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Get All You Deserve [Blu-ray]  [Region Free]
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Blu-ray release from Steven Wilson (Porcupine Tree). Directed by long-time visual collaborator Lasse Hoile, "Get All You Deserve" was filmed in Mexico City during the "Grace For Drowning" Tour and captures the spectacular live experience that Wilson and Hoile created for the tour in stunning high-definition.
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The picture is quite grainy but this is what SW seems to have wanted, an effect of artistic flair.
The concert as a whole is quite exciting with SW's input absolute. Steven is deeply engrosed into this show, look at him at times when he seems to be in another planet, deep in concentration, it is very obvious who is in charge here.
The band is supurb, the drummer Marco Minnermann is a very similar drummer to Gavin Harrison, the bass player is a hell of a good player but has the strangest look on stage with a hair do that looks like Goldilocks and the 3 bears. Great band, all musicians are the top of the league.
There is little in the way of extras on the BluRay surprisingly but the concert is well worth getting, the sound is incredible, one of the best sounding live concerts I have heard.
According to the blurb “The disc captures the spectacular live experience that Wilson and Hoile created for the tour.” Hmmm; that is overstating it in my view. It’s not as good as the ‘Anesthetize’ DVD to me and, good as the band is, to my mind it perhaps lacks the finesse of Porcupine Tree; the drumming here particularly is rather more basic rock (although the same Marco Minnemann with the Aristocrats seems far freer), whereas I could watch and listen to PT’s Gavin Harrison for ever.
However the major problem I have with the gig is Wilson himself who comes over as if he’s some kind of messiah (they don’t do ‘Halo’ luckily). His first appearance (the band come on individually) is wincingly awful - the second coming virtually. It doesn’t improve much either - he walks round a lot as if conducting or directing ‘his’ band, which singularly appears to just get on with it regardless. Rather like a very good pick-up band. He doesn’t play over much himself. This seems the major development since ‘Anesthetize’: The Ego has landed - Houston we have a problem.
That said, if you can ignore this aspect (and I still find that tricky despite being a fan since the Delerium days), the overall performance is very good. This runs for over 2 hours and it’s currently good value.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Stunning live concert of Steve Wilson's solo tour recorded at the height of his powers live in Mexico City on the Grace For Drowning Tour in superb Blu-Ray picture and sound... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Scott Carrick
Out of my collection of live dvd's this is my favourite. I hope he does another one showcasing the brilliant raven and hand cannot erase albums. Read morePublished on 11 Jun. 2015 by Eames
This is the best live concert sound i have ever heard. It features six stellar musicians in superb form performing Steven Wilson's fantastic music. Read morePublished on 1 Jun. 2015 by Michael Northorpe