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Live At Montreux 2008 [Blu-ray] 
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This concert was filmed at Montreux in July 2008 with the bonus tracks being filmed in Clearwater, Florida later the same month. Bonus Features Five tracks from Clearwater, Florida featuring very different solos from the four band members and their classic Duel Of The Jester And The Tyrant . Main Show Montreux 2008 1) Introduction 2) Hymn Of The Seventh Galaxy 3) Vulcan Worlds 4) Sorceress 5) Song To The Pharaoh Kings 6) Al s Solo 7) No Mystery 8) Chick s Solo 9) Romantic Warrior 10) El Bayo de Negro (Stanley s Solo) 11) Lineage (Lenny s Solo) 12) Romantic Warrior (conclusion) Bonus Tracks Clearwater 2008 1) Lineage (Lenny s Solo) 2) Al s Solo 3) Friendship (Chick s Solo) 4) El Bayo de Negro (Stanley s Solo) 5) Duel Of The Jester And The Tyrant
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The Filming is simple with very little editing and the 5.1 mix allows the listener to believe they are in the auditorium with the band. Needless to say the playing and performance by Chick Corea, Al Di Meola, Stanley Clarke and Lenny White is superb.
My only gripe is that the tune "Duel of Jester and Tyrant" (the Band's encore) is treated as "extra" footage and is offered as a split screen version only. Nevermind though, easily my favourite DVD and I think it will remain so unless the band decide to go through the process again.
Great selection of tracks, brilliantly played and excellent camera work. The only way this could be improved is by giving us even more music but there is plenty on this already. It is as close to being there as a live recording is going to get (until they release a 3D version perhaps).
Picture and sound are both good, but there are a few wobbly camera shots here and there which spoil the show.
Worth the money in any event, and it is interesting to see this performance in contrast with their mid '70's OGWT appearance.
Higly recommended to all lovers of Return To Forever and good music.
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