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Days Of Our Lives [DVD]  [NTSC]
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PAL/Region 0. Days of Our Lives is a feature length Queen documentary featuring brand new interviews and unseen archive footage. Bonus features include new promo videos, performances and outtakes, as well as unseen interviews and archive footage, exclusive sequences that dig deeper into the history of Queen, and tell the stories that weren't covered in the documentary.
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Among them this little documentary gem, released in the UK (Mid January release date set for here in the US) on region free Blu ray disc.
There has been some consternation about the fact that the BD runs longer than the trimmed DVD release, and I can offer no insight. The BD has nice picture and sound, but is by no means stunning, most of the footage shown in the documentary is old and not restored, or upgraded to HD, so it's a good picture, not a stunning one.
The main feature is a two part documentary charting the beginnings of the band, through to their last live performance in 1986, and then what came next.
Most of the footage is narrated in interview style with Brian May, and Roger Taylor mostly. John Deacon (the bass player) seeming to have disappeared intentionally from the public eye, is not seen much, and the footage of Freddie is obviously old.
There is quite a bit of new footage, some unseen screen tests for videos, and the unseen live aid practice, all padded out with a chronology of hits, shows, ups and downs.
It was interesting to learn about some of the inner turmoil, the quiet solo attempts, not only from Freddie, but Brian and Roger also.
There are many interesting interviews with the likes of Paul Gambucinni, long time roadie Peter Hince, and their former manager, as well as news reports, clips covering the highs and the lows.
The immense crowds of South America, the mistake of Sun City, the long time break through to the USA, and so on.
The second part of the documentary deals with the high points, virtual split and then masterful reunion for Live Aid, and the massive '86 tour.Read more ›
I would recommend this DVD to anyone that wants to know the true Queen as a group and individuals BRILLIANTLY put together.
Graham R Croft
I don't know why people give it less than 5 stars just because of this. I highly recommend this DVD if you are a Queen and Freddie Mercury fan. Brilliant from start to finish.
I still fondly remember my copies of Queen 'The Magic Years' on VHS which was a staggeringly in depth look back on the bands career at the time of 'A Kind of Magic.' This was an extensive 3 volume set with everything the true Queen fan could want. This, for me, pales slightly in comparison, even to the memory of that creaky old set.
Its now almost 30 years since that VHS set and a lot has happened within Queen. The comeback album 'The Miracle', 'Innuendo', Freddies passing, the tribute concert, Made In Heaven, Paul Rogers?!@ and now we hear access has been granted for some of the songs done with Michael Jackson to be worked on. The Queen story is seemingly neverending!
So........a really great release.......but could have been soooooooo much more.
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Great insight into one of the (if not the) best bands to have ever recorded. Even if you are a massive Queen fan (as I would class my self as) this is worth a watch. Read morePublished 3 months ago by kyle hamilton
Two hours,plus hour of extras.Picture quality varies according to source.If you are expecting high def throughout,you may feel disappointed. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Dean Stansfield
Excellent Dvd from one of the best Rock bands ever,who can ever forget Live Aid.Sad ending with the passing of Freddie but very well made documentary.A Must for Queen fansPublished 7 months ago by mr kevin clark
This is a documentary on one of the greatest bands of all time. I bought this after watching it on YouTube and was slightly disappointed to see that there are bits missing from the... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Monroe 007