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Get All You Deserve [Blu-ray] [2012] [Region Free]

4.9 out of 5 stars 42 customer reviews

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  • Format: Colour
  • Language: English
  • Dubbed: English, Castilian
  • Region: All Regions (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: Exempt
  • Studio: Kscopemusic
  • DVD Release Date: 24 Sept. 2012
  • Run Time: 60 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (42 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B008LSVL6U
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 79,978 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)
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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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As usual, he is brilliant
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This is a HD extravaganza, the sound is the highlight of these discs. SW is a genius when it comes to mixing audio especially in 5.1
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.
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If you are already well-versed in Porcupine Tree then you will need no introduction to Steven Wilson, the genius singer/songwriter/guitarist/keyboardist who has formed his "other" band for this project. The last two PT concert films are brilliant and I bought this on the strength of those, representing largely as the do, two of PT's best albums. So, for me,, I had no idea of the material on this Blu-ray, taken from Steven Wilsons two solo albums but mainly from his most recent release -Grace For Drowning. The concert was filmed in Mexico and an enthusiastic audence immersed themselves in this material and became "one" with the players. A couple of things stand out and need sharing - firstly the very evident entusiasm Wilson himself has for this project and his on-stage collaborators. I have never seen him so immersed and animated and enthused with what he was a part of and what he was hearing before. All his chosen musicians are of course stellar in their own rights but my second point has to be a mention for the incredible presence and ability of Nick Beggs on Bass and Chapman Stick and backing vocals. The man somehow managed to improve on the album versions of almost every song (I subsequently bought the CD's and realised what a difference Beggs made live). I think most prog fans will love this. The sound is lushious and there are no discernible mistakes in the performance. The new material is more jazz-infused but in a fantastic way. Beautiful keyboard and bass and guitar harmonies - intricate and funky freeform bass and drum rhythm sections leading the music in interesting directions.Read more ›
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The audio options of the standard dvd version of ‘Get All You Deserve’ is not revealed anywhere I could find. For the record it has two 5.1 surround formats (DTS & Dolby) and stereo. It features material largely from the ‘Grace For Drowning’ album which I enjoyed on CD but missed in any 5.1 version, not having the system then. Hence finding this purchase actually had surround sound was a relief; it’s a decent mix, maybe not matching ‘Anesthetize’ - perhaps Wilson has spread himself too thin mixing virtually any classic reissue to spend enough time on his own product (a feature of the ‘Octane Twisted’ set as well which doesn’t even have surround on the DVD).
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.
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There is nothing on this DVD that disappoints. The jazz and ambient progressive elements draw you in and each track blends beautifully into the next. Get all you deserve showcases brilliant musicians and together they take you on a magical musical ride which you don't want to end. Steven Wilson's quirky side is more evident in this DVD and you sense that he is in his element conducting the musicians around him. The brilliant Adam Holzman on keyboards ("sectarian" is pure genius); Marco Minnemann on drums is faultless; Nick Beggs on bass/stick/backing vocals is awesome; Niko Tsonev on guitar is spell binding; Theo Travis on sax/flute/clarinet/keys takes it to another level; and finally the main man himself, Steven Wilson, with his seamless vocals and awesome rhythm guitar and keys make "Get All You Deserve" an astonishing musical experience. I can't get enough of this guy, he is truly one of a kind and continues to innovate musically. Just buy it and immerse yourself in The Steven Wilson Experience!
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