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Keane: Live In Concert - From O2, London [Blu-ray] [2009]

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  • Format: AC-3, Anamorphic, Colour, Dolby, DTS Surround Sound, DVD-Video, PAL, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: Spanish, French, Portuguese, German, English
  • Region: Region B/2 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: Exempt
  • Studio: Universal Island
  • DVD Release Date: 27 Oct. 2008
  • Run Time: 230 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (43 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001CJJWU2
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 99,090 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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The masters of melodic pop/rock captured live at the O2 Centre, London, performing songs from their acclaimed album 'Under The Iron Sea' among others.

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This is only about the second review I've submitted to Amazon of a product I've bought, but after seeing and hearing 'Keave Live' I felt the need to say how magnificent this DVD is.

I'm very critical of live recordings in general, particularly regarding the quality of band performance and sound quality - the two elements that matter most to me.

The audio and visuals are extremely good, and the band performance is faultless to my ears. There were numerous cameras filming the occasion, and they capture the excellent visuals the band has to offer, visuals that augment the music very well. There is also a 'CCTV option' that offers a fly on the wall view of the performance. This is interesting but you'd probably only want to watch it once.

The most important part, the 5.1 mix (there's also a stereo mix) is utterly magnificent. It is astonishing that just a drum kit, an electric piano (plus assorted pre-programmed keyboard and bass tracks) can make such a big sound. The crowning glory to this is Tom's voice, a voice that has always been one of the best out there (miles stronger than Chris Martin's nasal whine; but then Tim Rice-Oxley's songs are better as well), and which has now been brought out even clearer and stronger than on their CDs. Tom's emotional punch on some of these songs is really immense, without him ever losing control of his voice. Tom's voice on 'Try Again' and 'Atlantic' are better than the CD versions in this reviewer's opinion. Three of the songs also benefit from their new acoustic guitar accompaniment, notably 'Your Eyes Open', 'The Frog Prince' and 'Broken Toy'; each of these sound stronger than their originals.

This concert is from July 2007, so only covers the first two albums.
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By Friarofdoom TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 16 Nov. 2007
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For many Keane fans this live DVD will be a mixture of joy at seeing their beloved trio once again and a little sadness that the 'early' years feeling of intemacy & informal style shows must surely now be drawing to a close.
Having been fortunate enough to see a preview of this release I have to say that the homely charm of a close & slightly wobbly set such as was seen just at the end of last year at places like Alexander palace has been replaced with a hugely well oiled& slick set that no longer consists of the odd silent interval as the band ready themselves for the next song or Tom chatting away with the audience but rather the set segues seamlessly from one tune to the next. All 3 band members seem to have gained a huge amount of confidence from their world tour so that now they seem more than capable of effortlessly filling a large arena like the O2 with ease.
The set list will offer no surprises to anyone who has seen or heard Keane live before but thats not to say this is stale. Far from it the band inject a lot of energy into titles like 'Crystal ball', 'Is it any wonder' & 'Somewhere only we know' so that it's easy to forget there are just 3 people up there,while the quieter parts of the set list retain their gentle, close feel without being swamped by the arena.
The scale of things have certainly been up-scaled with the now obligitory walkway into the audience which provides a useful way of keeping the band connected to the audience during slower numbers & staves off any feeling of detachment a large venue can so often create.
Throughout the set Tom is in fine voice. He seems far more confident & at ease with both himself & the ever increasing audience.
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This DVD is Keane in their prime on July 21st 2007. Tom keeps speaking about how 'it was tough for all of us last year'; referring to how the band nearly split up because of Tom Chaplin's cocaine addiction. Well it's been a while since he broke the habit and he is nearly at his best singing their songs at the concert from London's O2 arena.

The concert gives us 21 songs and is an hour and a half. Nearly every song from the first 2 albums is included plus a song called Fly to me included on an EP. The band have 2 stages - one at the front and then a more initiate stage , which is more central to the audience. There are acoustic versions of Your eyes open, The frog Prince and a solo acoustic performance from Tom of Broken Toy. While these make interesting viewing live I disagree with the reviewer who says they're better than the originals. Tom's voice is good but definitely not as strong as on the CD versions either as I have explained below. Bad dream has 'a friend' reading from the poem which inspired the song, which puts an interesting perspective on it. The DVD also has extras - CCTV, which is basically a view of the concert from a band member's position in pretty poor camera quality. There's a short 5 minute build up to the show, soundcheck of Is it any wonder and Live visuals, which are the videos played in the background at the concert.

The concert itself is really good and Tom's voice is impressive. I don't think his voice is as strong as it used to be in Keane's earlier days and it was probably effected during his addiction. His voice is rougher and it doesn't quite have that fullness that it used to have. One positive though is that Tom's stopped doing that breathing in thing he used to do live before singing the words.
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