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The Michael Schenker Group: Live In Tokyo - The 30th Anniversary Concert [DVD] [2010]

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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: Inakustiks
  • DVD Release Date: 19 Oct 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 91,160 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)


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German rock guitarist Michael Schenker and his band perform live in Japan in January 2010 during the band's 30th anniversary tour.

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Michael is in form 10 Mar 2011
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Michael is in form and that's all that realy counts isn't it?
Besides that the camera and lighting are good, with closeups where you want them and not too much nervous switching to this camera or that. It gives you sort of the impression of being there.
Barden's performance is OK.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Worth the money. 27 Mar 2011
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I was very pleased when this arrived, the picture quality was excellent on my new TV and the sound, I really enoyed this concert would have liked to have been there, it may not be everybodies cup of tea but it certainly was mine. If you are thinking shall I, go for it I think you will be suprised.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Live in Tokyo 21 Jan 2013
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A present for someone else who gave the rating.I have heard it,from a distance and would rather give my opinion!
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4.0 out of 5 stars Four Stars 1 Aug 2014
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like this one !!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Rise of the Schenkerheads 23 Jan 2011
By Robert Knowles - Published on
Probably the best quality DVD release from those DVD's that are available of Michael Schenker. I should know - I handed a list of over 300 recordings of Schenker to his official website at their request. It is great to see Michael so ably climb out of his rough patch in 2007. One in the eye to those false prophets who keep saying "he's lost it". These false prophets come and go, but Schenker continues to overcome his demons again and again. Nobody is denying that he's had his demons. But, come on - people have been saying "he's lost it" from the beginning, when nothing could be further from the truth. Again and again and again, he rises from the ashes. He's made dozons of albums, all different to each other, and all brilliant. He rarely fails to turn out less than 4-5 classics per album. His "best of" collection is more than 24 hours in duration. The man is a musical genius. He wrote almost all the hits that made UFO famous, and invented most of the guitar-styles that make classic rock what it is today. Schenker IS classic rock - possibly the only man ever to really understand the genre, with very few exceptions. Whilst many UFO fans are also Schenker fans, a certain breed of UFO fan behave like fans of Stockport County FC who, briefly, had Maradona on their team. When he turned up, they loved him. When he left, they hated him. When he re-joined, they loved him again. When he left again, they hated him again. All this is pure cobblers. It has everything to do with tribalism, and nothing to do with musical assessment.

Anyway, to the DVD. The DVD contains a typical MSG set: mainly classics from the first four albums, but also three of his latest tracks (I Want You, A Night to Remember, and Dance Lady Gipsy). Whilst I can understand those who would want Schenker to play other more recent material, it is time to get into the real world, where releases have to be commercially viable. Classic Rock lamentably went out of fashion in the 1990s. Tragic, I know, but true nonetheless. This meant that anybody like Michael who showed integrity by sticking to the classic rock style was commercially forced to market themselves on the basis of their "greatest hits". Obviously, this means hits from the mid-late 1970s and early 1980s, when classic rock was at its zenith. But, hey, what's the alternative? So few people have been introduced to the brilliance of, for example, the trio of MSG albums, Written in the Sand, Unforgiven, and Be Aware of Scorpions, that it would be suicide to release tracks from these albums commercially on DVD. The same applies to Schenker's brilliant trio of solo electric projects - Dreams and Expressions, The Odd trio, and Adventures of the Imagination - or to Schenker's unbelievable "covers" trio of albums - Endless Jam, Endless Jam continues (the best lead guitar I have ever heard), and Heavy Hitters. I could go on. The fact is, once simean partisanism has been set aside, Schenker has to be acknowledged as one of the greatest musical talents of our time.

Anyway, back to the DVD. I would be the first to admit that Schenker has had greater live "highs" than this. And yet, it would be dishonest to rate the material as less than "5-star". The tone is there; the material is there; the dexterity is there; the camera work is, for once, not bad actually; and, personally, I love Gary Barden and Chris Glen. Furthermore, I love Wayene Findlay. For anybody who is new to Michael Schenker, get this DVD. It will be a great introduction to this hero of rock. For existing Schenkerheads - well, you know he's brilliant, so get it ordered. To die-hard UFO fans who have matured beyond football-terrace tribalism, get the DVD - it's well good.

OK - I admit it. The soloing on Lost Horizons is not the best. 99 times out of 100, Schenker corrects my musical opinions. Maybe 1 time out of 100, I can suggest something to him (his official website asked me to do his musical bibliography, so I suppose I know a little bit about this - admittedly Michael corrected me personally on a couple of points). I have five musical qualifications, but Michael knows so much more than me about music. And yet, I would perhaps dare to make just one suggestion to Michael: Learn the best versions of the solos from the classic tracks. These tracks no longer just belong to just you anymore, Michael. They are part of our history. They were gifts from you to the fans. You gave them to us - and we loved them. So, please re-learn the solos from the classics - the original Lights Out, Rock Bottom, Lost Horizons, Armed and Ready (you've never played the original solo from this live so far as I can see), and Let Sleeping Dogs Lie. Dear Michael - we love you. You're the best. But even us lowly fans can see things occasionally!

Nevertheless, such criticisms are trifles compared to the wonder that is Michael Schenker. In the words of that great Vulcan - live long and prosper, Michael - we're with you all the way. We love you. In other words, buy the DVD.
10 of 13 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars very good release! 6 Nov 2010
By vinsky - Published on
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MSG is in top form beginning to end a must for any schenker fan he plays clean and on fire picture and sound awesome dont walk run to get this dvd a true classic thanks michael.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great DVD, One of my top 5 live concert videos 5 Aug 2011
By VST - Published on
If you are into hard rock and serious musicianship this DVD is for you. This is a great video with some of Hard Rocks Top players. Schenker is in top form and is completely amazing, The songs are great, the sound is excellent. I Love this DVD!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great concert DVD 6 Aug 2011
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This is a great addition to the MSG and/or UFO fan. Lots to like here with many songs from the first two MSG releases. The camera work and audio are very good. Sometimes there are some missed opportunities where the camera angle is absent from Michael's fantastic finger work, but they are not too annoying and the video quality is excellent. Highly recommended!
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Stupendous, simple as that! 12 April 2012
By M. Fonseca - Published on
Hooosh! At last, at last... At last a Schenker concert is captured adequately in video. The 1981 show in Hamburg is also good, but hti sone here is simply amazing.

All the band is firing on all cylinders (to use an old cliche). The sound of Michael's Dean guitar is fantastic. Gary Barden is singing better than in the eighties, Neil Murray is bass player excellence itself, relatively modest and a little behind Barden and Schenker at the stage. Keyboardist/guitarist Wayne "Payl Raymond" Findlay does the job with enthusiasm. But man, that guy behind the drums... Simon Phillips is just a monster drummer. The guy knows everything. Just hearing/watching him play in this DVD is an experience in itself. The ultimate pro.

The extras are also good, although absolutely nothing "profound" is said. To watch Phillips says that he did not even talk to Michael in the recording process of 2008's IN THE MIDST OF BEAUTY is incredible (digital file transfers).
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