Live From Wembley 2012 [DVD]
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This special 2 disc DVD features Frank Turner's unforgettable Wembley Arena performance on Friday 13th April 2012. Disc 2 features Gregory Nolan's documentary 'The Road To Wembley', and Frank Turner's documentary of 'Beans On Toast's Road to Wembley', as well as promo videos for tracks from 'England Keep My Bones' DISC 1 Live From Wembley performance DISC 2 I Still Believe (The Road To Wembley) documentary Beans On Toast s Road To Wembley a film by Frank Turner Promo videos for: Peggy Sang The Blues I Still Believe Wessex boy If Ever I Stray Sailor s Boots
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A storming rendition of his best loved hits followed up by a quick onstage tattoo before bursting out for his encore, including a spectacular rendition of Queens Somebody To Love.
One of those 'I was there' nights this is a quality DVD which shows the rise of one England's greatest singer song writers and his adoration of his loyal fans and his for them.
Quite simply a masterpiece of music. Sit back, enjoy and marvel at the genius which is Mr Frank Turner
The first disc contains the full concert he performed on 13 April 2012 at Wembley Arena. Highlights include an amazing rendition of Queen's 'Somebody To Love', a collaboration with Billy Bragg on Bob Dylan's classic 'The Times They Are A-Changin', and lots of excellent originals from Frank's long list of songs.
The second disc is equally worthwhile, and contains two documentaries, one by photographer Greg Nolan, and the other, a film by Frank Turner, which focuses on the band Beans On Toast. As well as these two insightful extras, the disc contains the complete five official promo videos for Frank's singles, which were from his then latest album 'England Keep My Bones'.
This is an excellent live experience from a man I already regard as a legend, and a good way for new fans to experience his abundance talent. Obviously, 'Live From Wembley 2012' is also an essential for those of us who find it very easy to love everything Frank Tuner does.
The set list
2. Try This at Home
3. If Ever I Stray
4. Reasons Not to Be an Idiot
5. Nashville Tennessee
6. Wessex Boy (with Emily Barker & The Red Clay Halo)
7. Peggy Sang the Blues" (with Emily Barker & The Red Clay Halo)
8. I Am Disappeared
9. Love Ire & Song
10. Glory Hallelujah
11. The Real Damage
12. Dan's Song (Frank's mother played harmonica)
13. Father's Day
15. Long Live the Queen (with Emily Barker & The Red Clay Halo)
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Fantastic musician with a backing band that are second to none.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Fantastic Fantastic dvd. Frank Turner is EPIC!!! Must see dvd! And brilliant performance from Franks Mum.Published 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
A Xmas present looks good and a very good price compared with eleswherePublished 20 months ago by George 30
Brilliant dvd of a briliant show. Shame its not available on blu-ray.Published 22 months ago by stezmacc
This was bought as a gift
was a good price and am sure my hubby will love it when its Christmas
Christmas present for son who couldn't get to actual gig and was delighted - when he's happy, so am IPublished on 10 Feb. 2013 by Barbara McCormick