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Live From The Basement [DVD] [2012]

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  • Format: Colour, DVD-Video, PAL
  • Language: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Aspect Ratio: 4:3 - 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: Exempt
  • Studio: Ticker Tape LTD
  • DVD Release Date: 23 Jan 2012
  • Run Time: 54.00 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B006IOJKUI
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 66,792 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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1.Bloom
2.The Daily Mail
3.Feral
4.Little By Little
5.Codex
6.Separator
7.Lotus Flower
8.Staircase
9.Morning Mr. Magpie
10.Give Up The Ghost
11.Supercollider

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4.0 out of 5 stars Great dvd 12 Mar 2014
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As you would expect from Radiohead a great dvd to watch.Excellent quality and they were on top form performing. Definete buy for any fan of Radiohead
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5.0 out of 5 stars Brilliant. 13 Aug 2013
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I haven't written too many reviews, but sometimes you feel that something is so good.

This is one of those occasions. This is an amazing DVD by an incredible band. It's a very relaxed performance of the 'King of limbs' album. Featuring all of the tracks, plus a few more.

I love how the DVD is filmed, and being a musician/producer, I really appreciate seeing the studio set up and the gear being used.
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Amazon.com: 4.8 out of 5 stars  13 reviews
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4.0 out of 5 stars Better than the CD 17 April 2012
By Jacktavish - Published on Amazon.com
I didn't love the KOL CD. Then I saw them perform 7 of the 8 songs live and really
liked most of them, especially Separator, Mr. Magpie (James Brown from Jupiter) & Given up the Ghost (early '70's Neil Young).
If you can't see them in concert (tix are always tough to find) at least get both "In The Basement" DVD's.
KOL has at least 10 songs (vs. 8 on CD). After you watch it 2 or 3 times, the songs that sounded unformed or droning on the album start to grow on you like a fungus. Yes, I love The Bends & OK Computer too, but that was then, this is now. You can sit around grousing, or open yourself up to what they're doing now. Seeing them in concert helps the transition. I'm not sure their enormous, layered sound can be contained on a CD anymore.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars If this doesn't blow you away, then you're not a Radio Head! 15 Aug 2012
By PotomacG - Published on Amazon.com
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So I kept this on my DVR for months. Supposedly high def in 5.1 surround - recorded off Palladium (with commercials of course).
In an effort to clear room off my DVR, I ordered the DVD because I already knew this was a keeper. Watched it over and over again.
When the DVD came, I had to do a little A-B comparison between the 1080i on DVR and the lowly 480p that is the DVD.
(Let's forget the fact that the DVD has no commercials and 3 more songs than the broadcast version.)
I was floored by the sound and video quality of this DVD. It simply blew away the recording I had been saving for months in both sound and picture quality. No comparison - this DVD is superb.
I'm just saddened by the fact that I can't find "In Rainbows Live from the Basement" on DVD. I have to enjoy watching those videos with headphones on my iPod.
Simply put, their Live from the Basement stuff is unbelievably good. Sound/Video/Live Performances as good as they get!
Highly recommended...
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5.0 out of 5 stars MUCH better than the album 21 Sep 2012
By T. Casey - Published on Amazon.com
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Jeez, I've watched this about a dozen times. For 60s Beatles fans like me, this is what "Let It Be" should have been. A killer band recording an album in front of cameras without overdubs. And it looks and sounds great.

The weird thing is, this is much better than the official "King Of Limbs" album. I bought the WAV download of the official album when it was released, and I liked it, but the only song that REALLY clicked was "Morning Mr. Magpie" (which, I think, is about a morning bird singing outside and screwing up your songwriting efforts).

The rest of the album was good, but the "glitch" effect was applied too liberally, distracting the listener's attention from the song. (To hear glitch at it's best and most melodic, PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE pick up the rather expensive import CD of "Tronika" by Sketch Show. It's one of my top twenty albums!)

This DVD puts the songs in a different light. There's two drummers keeping the weird rhythms going along with three guitars (and the occasional retro keyboard). My God, it works VERY well. I actually took the time to capture the audio to CD. This is a killer album.

This is way up there with stuff like The Talking Heads' "Stop Making Sense". Buy it now, before it's gone.

(P.S. "Giving Up The Ghost" is the most sublime and breath-taking musical performance I have on video.)
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars I love Radiohead! 15 July 2012
By barbara fletcher - Published on Amazon.com
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I am a new Radiohead fan and I have bought all the books, DVD's and CD's I can find. I love this DVD because the music is beautiful and the band members are more at ease than on stage. I play it over and over. I am especially glad that Staircase and Super Collider are on the video. I just want more!!!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Haunting beauty 11 Feb 2013
By M101 - Published on Amazon.com
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This DvD is an immense pleasure to watch for music lovers. These are the same kids from Meeting People is Easy, just few more creases on their foreheads! Thankfully for us, there is no sign of their acquired fame or celebrity, they are the same focused, dedicated, poised musicians! It's a thrill to see them up close, the camera moves around and captures subtleties, it is a thoughtful, art minding movie.
Because these are artists, at work! The music is metamorphosing again, transgressing genres, it is a rock band that plays a jazz symphony. The music feels layered, there is a steady foundation of drums, on which there are brush strokes of diaphanous melody, of sublime beauty...Debussy's Preludes for Piano came to mind in their delicate experimentation with sound!
King of Limbs is a strange album. It might not grab your attention immediately, the way In Rainbows did. The music is insidious, there are elegies and ballads, they will slowly seep into your consciousness until you can't get them out of your head!
That's right, Little By Little, give them a chance to creep into your blood! Let the eeriness of Separator surround you. Oh, how I love the way this song builds up, those strange harmonies, they manage to be lofty and tense at the same time!
The heavy emotional burden of Codex...
Staircase... I did review that before, how much I love it, I should have given Phil Selway more credit though, yes Clive Deamer is there too, but if you can imagine a Radiohead without Phil... I can't! The drums- the foundation of a rock band... just think Idioteque, if you need an example of his gifts!
Of course there had to be a Lotus Flower, the whole album has a Buddhist feel, a detached, enlightened acceptance ( I am not trying to interpret any of their meanings, that is every listener's duty)
In Chicago, we are lucky, XRT airs Lotus Flower on the radio. The way American radio goes nowadays though, this Radiohead can't go on it anymore! This music has no commercial streak in it, it is a search for beauty and knowledge...these guys managed to stay true to themselves and to their art!
" I'll set you free... Just to see what if"
My only regret is that Identikit is not on it, I'm not familiar with the timing, maybe it was not put together then. It is on the Austin City Limits concert. It is great to see them there, adored by an audience, but this DvD gives you the intimacy of a private performance! Treasure this gem!
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