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Under Flaming Winter Skies-Live In Tampere [Blu-ray]  [Region A & B]
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The Finnish power metal band captured live in performance in Tampere in November 2011. The tour was held in honour of drummer Jörg Michael, who had been with the band since 1995 but announced his departure in 2011 for personal reasons. Michael played in the Tampere show, which saw the band perform songs including 'Under Flaming Skies', 'Kiss of Judas' and 'Deep Unknown'.
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The main feature lasts around 1hr 52mins and contains 22 tracks, which works out as 17 songs when you discount the intro, guitar solo, bass solo, keyboard solo and speech. There's a Deep Purple (`Burn') and The Who (`Behind Blue Eyes') cover in there, as well as all the fan favourites you'd expect like `Eagleheart' `Kiss Of Judas' `Hunting High And Low' `Paradise' `Father Time' `Black Diamond' etc
The picture is absolutely fantastic, clear and sharp. Its helped a lot by a great but subtle stage show with intelligent use of lighting, and not too much dry ice as well as a tasteful and sensible editing job that is fast and contains enough movement to keep your interest but is slow and still enough so that you can appreciate the actual musicianship (of each member, as none are overlooked.)
The sound is even better with an absolutely crystal clear mix in which you can hear every stoke of every drum, each key get pressed (without the keys being too loud and overpowering the Metal) and every note the bass plays. The vocals are impressive and the crowd noise doesn't overpower them, even though they sing almost every word and best of all, it all actually seems to be live and not obviously mimed or overdubbed (or indeed out-of-sync).Read more ›
Filmed in Finland, there are English subtitles for the in-between song banter.
The set list is a good mix of old and new, with 2 surprising covers of Deep Purple's 'Burn' and The Who's 'Behind Blue Eyes'.
The stereo sound is strong, heavy with every instrument clear in the mix. Though vocalist Timo Kotipelto's is a little low in the mix.
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Good concert great playing like the old stuff better but still pretty good show hunting high and low great live versionPublished on 2 Dec. 2012 by jasons buys