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Iron Butterfly - Concert and Documentary: Europe 1977 [DVD] 
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Registrazione di una data del tour europeo del 1997 degli Iron Butterfly, la rock band americana che deve la sua fama al brano In A Gadda Da Vida uscito nel 1968. Con una formazione comprendente ben tre componenti originali del gruppo, il cantante e tastierista Doug Ingle, il batterista Ron Bushy e il bassista Lee Dorman, i nostri ci consegnano una setlist di hits che raggiunge il clou con un'energica versione di In A Gadda Da Vida.
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To sum up old looking guys playing what amounts to covers of IB stuff without conviction or gravity and simply wasting our time
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The Five stars I gave this product mainly represents the Quality of the performances. The Sound is very good and the picture is a little grainy at times, also I dont like the fadeouts between songs. That said there is nothing more to complain about other than it's only about 65 mins. of Music. The songs played are: Iron Butterfly Theme, Unconcious Power, In the Time of Our Lives, Flowers and Beads, Silent Screaming, Ezy Rider, Butterfly Bleu, Whispers in the Wind and of course In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida. "Screaming and Whispers" are "New songs".
After the "Concert portion of the DVD you get the Bonus Interviews which include a nice Acoustic song by Ingle. The Interviews are very informative and entertaing. Doug Ingle expresses himself well. Steve Howe of Yes talks a bit about his memories of touring alongside the Butterfly. At this time the DVD is available on Amazon for as little as $12.33. I highly reccomend that if you ever liked Butterfly at all to check this show out. Eric Barnetts Guitar work adds a whole new dimension to the classic sound of this great band. His playing exhuberates a lot of soul in each string of notes. Ingle sounds like nobody else and his voice is in great shape after so many years. Enjoy!!!
The band is rather long in the tooth-seeing Ron Bushy play drums in his "wife beater" tee shirt with sagging arms and a beer gut does much to dispel the magic. He does a more than adequate drum solo and Doug Ingle is in excellent voice but for some reason the band doesn't seem much energized and the songs are taken slower than their original counterparts. The concert is rather short at 62 minutes with no encores.
The only extra on the disc is 40 minutes of solo interviews but the editing here is atrocious. It jumps from one person to another (sometimes in mid-sentence) and there is no continuity. The first interview begins with Doug Ingle playing a song on an acoustic guitar but the last interview is Doug telling us the story about the song he is about to play (which we previously heard with no explanation.) And what the hell is Steve Howe doing in these interviews anyway?? Lee Dorman spends his interview speaking about the wonders of playing open air festivals in the `60s and then explains why they opted out of playing Woodstock due to the excessive hassle of getting a helicopter to the festival grounds. Ron Bushy talks about wanting to write and record new material and getting the music out to the fans. There are two "new songs" included in the selections and if they were indicative of the best that was being written it is no surprise that 12 years later there still is no new Iron Butterfly CD. Wait to get this as a used DVD. I wouldn't mind paying under $10 for it but that is the best recommendation I can give.