Filmed and recorded in late December 2010 this Van Der Graaf Generator concert took place in an intimate club atmosphere with just 120 guests jammed into Metropolis Studios, London. The atmosphere of this concert was simply incredible and will never be recaptured. It includes the new songs Your Time Starts Now; Bunsho and Mr. Sands. Also included in the 89 minute concert set are many of the band's greats like Man-Erg. Footage and menus include rehearsal and setup for the concert.
Songs featured are as follows:
Your Time Starts Now
Over The Hill
We Are Not Here
Includes individual interviews with Peter Hammill; Hugh Banton; and Guy Evans recorded on the day of the concert.
The DVD is filmed in HD with stereo and 5:1 sound
Harper playing crisply, cleanly and focusing on his Art rather than his ire. The grey hair and beard correctly indicate that he's aging, but he still hits the notes and plays the... Read morePublished 11 months ago by M. M. Bennett
I imagine this won't be for everyone, but what a powerful performance from just 3 guys, who open the show with 2 keyboards and drums, not a guitar in sight to start with. Read morePublished on 23 Oct. 2012 by C. A. Kilgour
A heart warming Live performance from 2011 of VDGG in their latest trio Line-up(Peter Hammill,Hugh Banton, Guy Evans)
The sound and picture quality are excellent and... Read more
Got this release as soon as it hit the shops.
The filming is of the highest quality and with the 5.1 surround sound is just first rate. Read more
For this American, discovering all the "new" music written by Roy over the last THIRTY-FIVE years that American Radio ignored his immense influence on other SUPERSTARS of music was... Read morePublished on 8 Aug. 2011 by NoCelebrity
A full and glorious evening of entertainment on this dvd disc. To watch the recorded concert was like being at the venue, but with even more detail in the camera shots of the... Read morePublished on 1 July 2011 by mrs. c. versey
Its been a long time coming, but at last a decent DVD of Roy in action. Maybe not as interactive as the normal RH concert and as he says himself he was a bit rusty from not being... Read morePublished on 28 Jun. 2011 by Malcy T
Having seen Roy Harper on many occasions since the late sixties I cannot recall him looking and sounding so relaxed and happy. Read morePublished on 15 Jun. 2011 by ACB(swansea)
There are few real legends in Music fewer still who could genuinely be called a living legend, this DVD however represents a true legend, a remarkably spry 70 year old Roy Harper... Read morePublished on 4 Jun. 2011 by Fletch-a-sketch