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In Live Concert At The Royal Albert Hall
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Live In Concert At The Royal Albert Hall (+2DVD), Opeth, DVD-BOX music
Dopo vent'anni e nove dischi lo spirito creativo degli Opeth è rimasto immutato e ha preso forma nell' Evolution XX: An Opeth Anthology tour, che ha portato la band svedese a suonare sei concerti unici, tra cui quello londinese. La performance alla Royal Albert Hall (registrata il 5 aprile 2010) include due set: il primo è quello di Blackwater Park (loro classic del 2000) suonato per intero, il secondo ripercorre cronologicamente il loro catalogo, per oltre tre ore di musica.
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Voici le big coffret ; 3 dvd + les cds .Juste ce qu'il faut pour se régaler !
A consommer sans mosération ! .
La qualité visuelle et sonore est de très bonne facture : en effet grâce à l'acoustique du Royal Albert Hall, on retrouve ici un son live des plus chaleureux. Sans compter sur une prestation toujours aussi parfaite, mais nous sommes habitués à cela avec les messieurs ! Quelques pépins techniques sur scène, mais le tout rajoute beaucoup d'authenticité : on s'y croit !!
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First you have the excellent Blackwater Park set in its entirety. The addition of Per's vocals and keyboard work combined with other small additions from Axe and Fredrik take the performance to another level. Harvest is beyond excellent, worth the price of the DVD alone in my opinion.
The second DVD consists of a chronologically ordered set from oldest to newest songs, one per album. This was the best part of the set, again, in my opinion (Harvest notwithstanding). I couldn't have asked for a better choice of songs myself, with the gem being my personal Opeth favorite Harlequin Forest, which I have found to be notoriously hard to find performed live. Forest Of October, The Moor and Wreath are all performed wonderfully, and the Lotus Eater is flawlessly executed minus the minor technical difficulties with Fredrik's guitar.
A small nitpick that I noticed people had with The Roundhouse Tapes was the constantly shifting camera angles, rarely giving you time to really enjoy a shot of, say, Axe ripping on his kit. This small annoyance returns again for this production, however if you banish it from your awareness it won't bother you.
Overall this is just about as perfect a performance as you can get from Opeth, and a perfect 20th anniversary celebration. If you have any doubts at all as to whether or not to order this DVD/CD collection, put them aside and grab it. I actually believe you get more than what you pay for here at $27.99. Well worth the price.
Akerfeldt--He's supremely cocky, but also with a wry, self-deprecating humor throughout the show. But when he jokes about Steven Wilson telling him he's a genius songwriter, you have to acknowledge the truth behind the joke. His playing on these songs is incredible, and his vocals are spot-on. The earlier songs, like Forest of October and Advent, sound almost identical to the original recordings. Meanwhile, his clean vocals on every song sound better than I've ever heard them, especially on The Moor, which is one of several performances on this DVD that gave me chills. He's the main reason Opeth have established themselves as arguably the most talented and innovative band to be spawned by the death metal genre.
Mendez--As usual, his playing is mesmerizing, and he's exceptional on those older tracks. Advent was the song that originally got me into Opeth, largely because of the crazy-sounding bass parts, and even though he wasn't in the band then, he perfectly replicates the unique bass sound of the first two albums and that song in particular.
Wiberg--Great moustache! Pretty good keyboard playing, too.
Axe--He handles all of the old material without a hitch, even adding a blast beat to the end of Wreath, which sounds great. And his performance on The Lotus Eater is face-melting.
Akesson--The new guy plays all of Blackwater Park and one song each from every other album, and the band sounds as potent, well-rehearsed, and tight as ever, if not more so. Plus, he gets points for wearing an Entombed shirt throughout the show, gracing Royal Albert Hall with a nod toward one of the pioneers of Swedish metal and one of my all-time favorite bands. Kind of ironic, though, that the only flaw of the whole show comes on the one song that he actually recorded with the band. But after close to three hours of perfection, I'm not nitpicking anything.
This show looks great and sounds great, and I'm sure just about every Opeth fan will love the set list, which, other than the Blackwater Park songs, consists of tracks not present on Lamentations or The Roundhouse Tapes. Not only that, but they picked some 11- to 13-minute monsters, like the ones already mentioned and Harlequin Forest, that leave you speechless after seeing them played with such skill. I got the deluxe version that includes CD recordings so I can listen to it in the car, and I'll probably watch these DVD's about a thousand times. Highly, highly recommended.