Fantasia: Live in Tokyo
Box Set, 2CD, Digipack
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In January 2006 the four original members of Asia - Geoff Downes, Steve Howe, Carl Palmer and John Wetton - quietly reconvened in a London hotel to discuss the possibility of a reunion in the year ahead - the 25th anniversary of the release of their phenomenally successful, self-titled debut album. By the end of the day an agreement had been reached. It was game on.
By the time the group reconvened for rehearsals in August, a full tour was in place. The entire debut album would be performed alongside a selection of special acoustic numbers and a new concept for the band; a series of musical snapshots from their pre-Asia careers.
In March 2007, the sold-out reunion tour finally reached the band's spiritual homeland, Japan. Captured in Tokyo at the Shinjuku Koseinenkin Hall, this concert (presented on 2CDs and a DVD) features all of Asia's best-loved tracks, notably Wildest Dreams, One Step Closer, Soul Survivor and Heat Of The Moment, plus highlights from the individual members' back catalogues, such as Roundabout (Yes), In The Court Of The Crimson King (King Crimson), Fanfare For The Common Man (ELP) and Video Killed The Radio Star (The Buggles).
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I bought this for my partner but I did buy the expensive one and not the cheaper Japanese versions everyone seems to complain about. I suppose you get what you pay for and nothing comes free.
On this DVD you actually get more than the original in that there are added scenes not even included in the original film.
My partner enjoyed it while I went out fishing so although I myself can't admit to have seen it all I did see the beginning and it appeared to be well up to standard.
She liked it, anyway!
Buy the Original Release if possible - you will not be disappointed.