- Directors: Dick Carruthers
- Format: NTSC
- Language: English
- Subtitles: English, German, French, Spanish, Portuguese
- Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
- Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.77:1
- Number of discs: 1
- Classification: Exempt
- Studio: Universal Island
- DVD Release Date: 19 Nov. 2007
- Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars See all reviews (45 customer reviews)
- ASIN: B000VSGHSU
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 93,994 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)
Keane: Live In Concert - From O2, London [DVD] [NTSC]
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Tracklist 1. The Iron Sea 2. Everybodys Changing 3. Put it Behind You 4. Nothing In My Way 5. We Might as Well Be Strangers 6. Bend and Break 7. Cant Stop Now 8. Try Again 9. Your Eyes Open 10. Frog Prince 11. Hamburg Song
1. The Iron Sea 2. Everybodys Changing 3. Put it Behind You 4. Nothing In My Way 5. We Might as Well Be Strangers 6. Bend and Break 7. Cant Stop Now 8. Try Again 9. Your Eyes Open 10. Frog Prince 11. Hamburg Song 12. Fly To Me 13. Leaving So Soon? 14. This Is The Last Time 15. A Bad Dream 16. Somewhere Only We Know 17. Is It Any Wonder? 18. Broken Toy 19. Atlantic 20. Crystal Ball 21. Bedshaped
DVD Extras Full length concert multi-angle (CCTV)
Short Film (9 min documentary)
Sound check Is It Any Wonder?
Projections (12 minute tour visuals) A Bad Dream Is It Any Wonder? Atlantic
Top Customer Reviews
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.Read more ›
something,can't work out quite what it is,but live they are quite literally
brilliant.I've got their first DVD which is very good but it left the desire
for a full blown gig set.Well,here it is,and it's been worth the wait.To my
knowledge the first set to be recorded in the new O2 set up(Yeh! it used to
be the Millenium Dome,but forget that this is some venue,though the top tiers look a bit high up there).The band look and sound superb,the stage
set is very visual and adds to the event as a whole.The band encourage
and involve the audience throughout,and are just so glad to be there in
London their home town.
If you've never rated these guys get into this set.The songs
the hits,all sound even better than ever.I'd heard these guys were good but
didn't realise just how good.If your a fan your guaranteed to get it,but if
not yet take a look because you will experience one of the most tuneful,
energetic,and visual bands in music,Tom's voice is top rate,the huge two
piece band are simply amazing...Oh take it from me,a totally great DVD
that you'll play over and over again...not only that the extras are pretty
good as well,so a great package for yourself or a friend this Christmas.
For those who havent seen Keane Live yet, then you really must purchase this DVD, I promise you it will be one of the best decissions you ever make.
This DVD not only features a brilliantly edited performance of that night at the O2 (Capturing the atmosphere perfectly) but it also comes with a multi-angle set up which you can use, so you can choose what angle you wish to watch the gig from with a push of a button.
The is the complete gig, start to finish, nothing is cut out, including Tom's heart warming talks with the audience. Its all there.
The complete performance:
1. The Iron Sea
2. Everybody's Changing
3. Put it Behind You
4. Nothing In My Way
5. We Might as Well Be Strangers
6. Bend and Break
7. Can't Stop Now (Upbeat)
8. Try Again
9. Your Eyes Open
10. Frog Prince
11. Hamburg Song
12. Fly To Me
13. Leaving So Soon?
14. This Is The Last Time
15. A Bad Dream
16. Somewhere Only We Know
17. Is It Any Wonder?
18. Broken Toy (Encore)
20. Crystal Ball
Every song performed here, I find is (if even possible) better than the album versions. (the extra bass adds to the atmosphere alot.)
If you need something to show the full potentional of your surround sound system then this DVD will show that for sure! When "Everybodys changing" begins after the dramatically epic "under the Iron sea" intro, your room will become the arena, in both audio and atmosphere.
This DVD special features are a joy to watch also.Read more ›
I love this DVD! Keane is my favourite band, and many people from the official forums recommended it to me. I was not dissapointed - Tom Chaplin sounded amazing, even after 21 songs. The best performances of the DVD are Everybody's Changing, Somewhere Only We Know, This Is The Last Time and Bedshaped. Although, seeing these are possibly their four best songs, it's no surprise.
They also brought songs like Leaving So Soon (the should-be single), Broken Toy and Can't Stop Now out of the woodwork. They even (somehow) managed to make the acoustic b-stage bit feel very intimate and personal, despite the huge crowd ('the biggest crowd they've ever had' as TC proudly announces).
In conclusion, a great variety of camera angles, fantastic music and interesting extras make this a great watch, and a smart buy. Here's to the next live DVD!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The Blu-Ray arrived in excellent conditions. This has to be the best concert I've ever seen, I would love to have been in that place, but at least now I can see it on Full-HDPublished 15 months ago by Amazon Customer
excellent concert by my favourite group.2 angle video great.Published on 27 Mar. 2015 by william windsor