Bon Jovi
January 19th, 2003
Yokohama Stadium
Yokohama, Japan
1 DVDs
Master VHS Tape + Very Low Genaration VHS Tape
25 minutes

Love For Sale (Acoustic)
Livin' On A Prayer (Acoustic, take #1)
Everyday (Acoustic, take #1)
Everyday (Acoustic, take #2)
Someday I'll Be Saturday Night (Acoustic)
Bed Of Roses (Acoustic)
Mystery Train (Acoustic)
The Joker (Acoustic, take #1)
The Joker (Acoustic, take #2)
Born To Be My Baby (Acoustic)
In These Arms (Acoustic)
Misunderstood (Acoustic, take #1)
Misunderstood (Acoustic, take #1)
Always (Acoustic, take #1)
Right Side Of Wrong (Acoustic)
You Had Me From Hello (Acoustic)
Joey (Acoustic, take #1)
Joey (Acoustic, take #2)
Heroes (Acoustic)
The Distance (Acoustic, take #1)
The Distance (Acoustic, take #2)
I'll Be There For You (Acoustic)
Always (Acoustic, take #2)
Livin' On A Prayer (Acoustic, take #2)
Blood On Blood (Acoustic)
Diamond Ring (Acoustic)
Living In Sin (Acoustic)
Have A Little Faith In Me (Acoustic)
I'll Sleep When I'm Dead (Acoustic)
Runaway (Acoustic)
Wanted Dead Or Alive (Acoustic)


The last four songs are lower quality and also not all complete, they seem to come from a more generated VHS tape and are from the "Rock City" broadcast. I have no idea about the exact source of the first part is.

Bon Jovi announced they would be recording and releasing a cd of live accoustic tunes to the delight of rabid fans. They recorded the show in Yokohama Japan on January 19th, 2003 and luckily several fans snatched the evening on DAT, because Jon wasn't happy with the results. In a matter of a few months the band had smoked so much LSD and Peyote (pure conjecture on my part) that they decided to record completely new versions of many of their hits and release the results as "This Left Feels Right ; Greatest Hits With a Twist" The band played only one show for the original concept and 2 shows for the "Left" idea (the first released in official DVD form). This was a special event. A one off acoustic concert intended to become the first official live acoustic album. While it was never released several Japanese fans recorded it to DAT with different rigs. There were actually a few start and stop takes and a few songs were redone live because of a bad take on the first run through. "Livin' On A Prayer" is done both with and without orchestra.