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  • Language: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: U
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
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Ten Years After - Live Performance 1975

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By devil on 31 May 2014
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Was just what he wanted, said it was a great concert, would recommend it as it was very good. Great
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
Ten Years After - Life Performance 1975 - DVD - Media XXL, 2011 24 Feb. 2012
By Radu Mutihac - Published on
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DON'T BUY IT! It's simply bootleg stuff of the lowest quality in terms of video, audio, and artistic impression.
From one end to the other you may ask yourself whether it's color or B&W: black is not black but there are no colors either. Multi-camera video recording is ruined by a bunch of enthusiasts which are permanently agitating their hands with annoying persistence in between camera and the stage. Footage is incomplete (trimmed off) with frequent drop-outs. Light is poor and angles are not the best due to a small spot and apparently not agreed upon recording (cameras too low). Glitches every now and then. Resolution like a VHS video tape of 3rd generation or higher (particularly the last scores). No video warning from FBI, which I perfectly understand ...
Definitely Alvin Lee's voice was not in his best shape. He is covered anyway by the Thirty Years After image of Joe Gooch foggy presented on both covers (front and back). And have a look at Leo Lyons (bass) which seems so gray-haired as pertaining to the first decade of the 3rd millenium. It reminds me of another monumental fake launched on 2011-11-09 (which I also preordered - risky habit!) by a newly emerging famous enterprise like "Store for Music" . The John Mayall's DVD entitled "In the Shadow of Legends" is actually a concert recorded in 1981, and successively released on VHS video tape and two editions on DVD under the original name of the show "Jammin' with the Blues Greats". The producer designed a cover with the image of John's having thirty years more than by the time of the show, changed the title and successfully cheated me. At least the quality of the latter is similar with the previous releases. Nevertheless, the trick was similar, suggesting different events by means of phony pics on the covers - don't judge a CD/DVD/BD by looking at the cover!. The covers of TYA - Live Performance 1975 seem to contain shots from the concert recorded at Fiesta City Festival, Verviers, Belgium back in 2008-08-30. Anyway, Joe Gooch joined TYA and performed as vocal/lead guitar on "Now" in 2004, while footage here is dated on 1975 - which might be true (!?). Here, he remains on the covers only!
Difficult to decide upon the worst feature: the inappropriate light, the grimaces of Alvin Lee's, the quality of video recording (Super-8 mm or 16 mm TV format at most and intermixed in decreasing quality), the sound equalization... But who cares, all in all this was not created to enjoy the music of Ten Years After, but to profit from the TYA fans like I am.
If you want to have most of the scores included here but in good conditions, buy TYA - Live at the Marqee. The rest of the scores you may download for free (torrents like Dime, ...) and forget the "official" bootlegs more expensive than originals.
And above all, stick with, MovieMars, ImportCD, and avoid InetVideo, if you want to be sure that, if misled by the covers, lack of information on the material inside, and over-enthusiastic by a new release, you may wish to return and be refunded for faking stuff. And never order/preorder before reading the comments posted on this site.
PS: My equipment: SONY STR-DN1010 7.1 Channel A/V 3D Blu-ray Receiver, 3D SONY BDP-S770 Multi Region Code Free Zone A+B+C PAL/NTSC, ATLONA-LINE-EX HDMI Media Center PAL/SECAM/NTSC Switcher & Converter & 1080p up-scaler, TOSHIBA 40G300U 40" 1080p 120 Hz LCD HDTV, Speaker system JBL ES series.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Bootleg B/W quality...stay away.... 24 Feb. 2012
By Al - Published on
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Horrible quality, bootlegs are most of the times far better in quality, on top B/W and one audio only...Horrible advice, download it from a torrent and period, this is not worthy to be purchased to put another nickel in the pocket of the unscrupulous companies, that have the nerve, in the middle of the 21st century, of releasing such a crappy material!!!!

Update: on top the DVD was defective, not sure if it was an isolated case or if all of them are like that...around the 1:26 mark the audio make a huge noise and the video get all scrambled...So I'm returning it to Amazon for the refund.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Original Group with Alvin Lee Farewell Tour 1975 25 Feb. 2012
By An M.K. Fan - Published on
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Forget the cover picture with Leo Lyons and Joe Gooch, this is the original TYA with Alvin Lee. As other reviewers have pointed out, this is footage available from Wolfgang's Vault on the Internet. B/W video is very poor but the audio is quite good. "R&R Music to the World" and "I'm Going Home" (terrible version of this monster song) are extracts as probaly the original film was missing this material when recorded in 1975. The jewel of this set is probably the best version of "One of These Days" which highlights the keyboard playing of Chick Churchill. The other standout is Sweet Little Sixteen. This audio is far better than the filler song used to close out the 1970 "Watt" Album. George Harrison said that Alvin Lee did Chuck Berry better than Chuck Berrry did Chuck Berry. You decide for yourself. This was TYA's last tour in 1975. Alvin was into his solo period with releasing his third album "Pump Iron" on Columbia at the time this tour started. Oddly, TYA had finished their contract with Columbia and this tour was sponsored by Decca Records to promote a "Best Of Album" from the pre Chrysalis/Columbia Records era. Unfortunately for a band with the world's record for touring the US there is little film avaible of the group. Very Odd. But if you love great electric guitar, blues, jazz and rock and roll, watch this to see four master's of their trade. Due to the very poor video, suggested only for die hard fans of this group. No additonal video or material is included with this video, not even liner notes.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Not sure 29 Feb. 2012
By R. Lee - Published on
Is Alvin even in the band in 1975? I thought they broke up in 1974. I will have to look into this.
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