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Wall: Live in Berlin [DVD] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]

4.3 out of 5 stars 22 customer reviews

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  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: Unrated (US MPAA rating. See details.)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00009VTYE
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 248,327 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Format: DVD
I was at Potsdamer Platz 13 years ago, I bought the VHS but I rarely watch it. This DVD makes it easy to dip into the show, great menus with orchestral and ambient extracts. The sound mix by Nick Griffiths and Nigel Jopson is really the best concert sound I have ever heard, and the Wall show could have been made for surround sound, it's a real pleasure to listen to on my home theatre system. There's some great performances, in particular from Brian Adams and Joni Mitchell. Extras include an interesting documentary about war-torn Berlin, and how the wall came to be built. There's also some professionally put together interviews with Roger Waters, designer Jonathan Park, artist Gerald Scarfe and others - R. Waters tells about artists who wouldn't do the show and what went wrong on the night (a power cut - the artists stayed til 3 am to re-record some parts - I never knew, just wondered how the VHS was completed ... i'd already left on the show night!)
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It is worrying, yet justified that everybody I have shared feelings with (concerning the official release of this concert) have all commented to the effect of this leaving a sour taste in the mouth, or like being subtley fisted.
The official version (DVD/Video/CD) lacks the atmosphere, energy, spontaneity and even the MAJOR technical faults which made the actual performance 'special' in it's own way.
Roger Waters, co-writer of The Wall and ex-Floydian, couldn't have been too happy with the artist's performances as can only be witnessed on the original televised version (many of which were appallingly bad & off key - apart from those by The Scorpions, Ute Lemper, Bryan Adams, Sinead O'Connor & Paul Carrack), but gone is what MADE the spectacle; even the crowd noise has been extensively re-sampled & deeply layered to DEATH to re-create the magnitude of the occasion, although it ends up sounding like a constant wave of computer fuzz.
Retained in the DVD edition are the show's size and epic visual production, and being honest these are the only positives which I personally could identify.
Almost all of the music and vocals on this DVD are actually from the rehearsal show (the evening before the concert) whilst other songs were re-recorded & re-engineered the day after, and the resulting overly rich & polished soundtrack doesn't necessarily score any points or substitute the lost atmosphere, let alone account for the awfully robotic & tedious sounding audience.
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At last the DVD is out! It is great to see this gig again, this time with the cock-ups fixed, (Sinead O'Connor sings with full backup from the band). The Wall in constructed using large Polystyrene blocks as the show proceeds and eventually, to mirror the liberation of the Eastern Bloc countries, a resent event then, in 1989, the hero 'Pink' losses his protective Wall and is exposed to his peers by external forces, (The Worm Judge). The destruction is spectacular and the stage is then filled with greats such as Van Morrison, Marianne Faithful, Brian Adams and more.
I think that this gig led on to the well respected "In the Flesh" concert which is a must for Pink Floyd and Roger Waters fans.
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An excellant dvd presentation of an extraordinary performance of Pink Floyd`s The Wall, and what a setting. I remember watching this back in 1990 live on tv and to see it again in this format is fantastic. I can`t fault any of the guest performers ,Joni Mitchell, Van Morrison, Cyndy Lauper, Sinead O` Connor, Jerry Hall, Paul Carrack, to name but a few. The actual show was visually spectacular with the artists, the lights , the projections and the building and ultimate destruction of the wall is breath taking.
Roger Waters as ever gives a terrific performance as vocalist, bass player and actor.
A few extras on the dvd include a short documentary about the building of the Berlin wall and how the show came about. Some fascinating unseen footage remaining from what was projected onto the round screen , unfortunately out of shot most of the time during the concert.
All in all , well worth getting for reliving a piece of history.
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This is, to my knowledge, the only film of a "live" performance of The Wall. As such it is definitely a worthwhile buy for Floyd fans who want to see how the original concert was staged.
As a spectacle it is a great event, and really captures the dramatic narrative of the story.
As a musical performance though it doesn't come close to the original Floyd shows. In the absence of Gilmour and co many of the songs feature special guests. Some fit in (Bryan Adams, Paul Carrack) but some don't (Sinead O'Connor, The Band), and I felt these moments really took the edge off the show. You also can't substitute Gilmour's guitar work, which I missed on Comfortably Numb in particular.
The camera work is a bit ropey in some places but overall this is well worth the money for occassional viewing.
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