Wishbone Ash: Live from London film Product Information
|Category||Rock/Pop DVDs, Rock Movies, Rock Videos, Music Video - Rock, Music Video, Music (General), Pop Music Videos, Pop/Rock, Performing Arts, Concert, Rock And Roll, Rock Bands, Hard Rock|
Wishbone Ash: Live from London movie was released Feb 01, 2005 by the K-Tel/DVD studio.
Wishbone Ash: Live from London review Product Description
Wishbone Ash: Live from London movie Customer Reviews
||Great Musical Show!!!!|
Wishbone Ash: Live from London movie A MUST HAVE dvd for ANY ash fan! Even though it's not all original members, the group is TIGHT. Wishbone Ash: Live from London video Good selection of tunes. Wishbone Ash: Live from London film A little disappointing that it's only about an hour in length, but a very entertaining hour it is! Taped in February, 1983 the sound AND picture quality is exceptionally good and the editing quite well done. Wishbone Ash: Live from London review 'Can't Fight Love' kicks off this disc ---don't care much for this one---but segues into 'Living Proof' which KICKS! Then, 'Open Road' (zzzzz) highlighting original drummer Steve Upton. Then the band (original members Upton, Andy Powell on guitar, later SUPERB recruits Laurie Wisefield on guitar and vocals with Trevor Bolder rounding out on bass and vocals) starts to really warm up! 'No More Lonely Nights' is great, followed by 'Underground' , 'The King Will Come', and 'Phoenix', ALL really well performed with enthusiasm by these guys. Bolder is a great surprise-he of ex-David Bowie 'Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars' fame had to have looked bad on paper as a replacement for Martin Turner. But let me tell you, he JAMS. Top Notch bass player with a melodic sound all his own and highly complementary to the Ash sound. Good backing vocalist, too. I've watched this disc over and over-it's THAT good--and the other thing one would want to know about the disc is that the chaptering is erroneous. For instance, 'Living Proof' is listed on the box as track 2 when in reality it's track 3. Even more importantly, 'Phoenix' on the box is listed at 5:15 in song length-an alarming thought for a diehard ash fan thinking of buying the dvd!! Relax, the actual length of this masterpiece from the band clocks in at over 16 minutes; and quite well done I might say. Curiously, Wisefield gets most of the lead guitar throughout the disc. While quite good in his own right, and very adequate for the show, he's no Andy Powell who seems content to hold down the more complex rhythm background guitar parts the band is so famous for. But it still WORKS. Go Out and buy this dvd---you probably won't find it at a better price than cd universe either.
By RepoMan1_32507 (Florida panhandle)
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Wishbone Ash: Live from London video Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||1200924|
|Studio||K-Tel / DVD|
|DVD Encoding||Region 1|
|Release Date||Feb 01, 2005|
|Also Known As||Wishbone Ash: Live from London - Live from the Marquee Club|
Wishbone Ash: Live from London DVD Features
DTS Surround 5.1