This album will not dissapoint those of us who find them inspired. Great as usual. I hope they are somewhere planning some more of the same!!!!!
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
I was there when Man played this show.
It remains the best Video record of perhaps the greatest live band of their day.
Although as fans of the band we all have their albums, they were always a "live" band and their albums never really caught them at their best because the magical atmosphere cannot be recorded on audio disk.
This DVD is as near to perfection as you can get.
You get the atmosphere, you get the talent, you get the tightness in their collective playing as well as breathtaking solos.
"Many are called but few get up" and "Bananas" are performed in true 60's psycedelic.
We mourn the passing of the great Micky Jones and Clive John, this will stand for… Read more
9 of 17 people found the following review helpful
Unlike some of the reviewers who obviously consider they have an ear for music, this magical masterpiece is for the true listener of the voice.
So many so called "artists" sing with monotoned expression of "easy listening" music.
Kate is and always has been one of the handfull of truely talented singers who "paint pictures" with their voices. I consider her to be the female version of "Captain Beefheart" or "David Bowie".
This album is like being present at some kind of play, images being formed within her outstanding voice.
I personally think she has progressed to new heights with this music while still keeping her unique view and observations of everyday life which has… Read more