U2 : The Joshua tree
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Pour célébrer le vingtième anniversaire de son album majeur, The Joshua Tree, U2 réédite celui-ci sous quatre incarnations différentes : L'album sera disponible sous la forme d'un CD simple remasterisé, d'un double CD, d'un coffret de collection comportant 2 CD et un DVD ou d'un double vinyle...
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The producers sat down recently (probably while making the new U2 album) with U2, Brian Eno, Daniel Lanois, and Flood and discussed in detail all that went into making this album. Bono and Lanois even play back the master tapes to show instumentations and vocals that weren't included in the final mix. The Edge also breaks down the master for "Where the Streets Have No Name" and discusses how the song evolved, and shows all of the different guitar parts included in the final mix. I found the whole DVD fascinating.
I only wish that it had lasted longer (60 minutes). My hope is that maybe some of the magic that went into the production of "The Joshua Tree" will find it's way onto the new album...
The only vice I could possibly find is that it's short. 60 minutes is not a lot of DVD. Including the Sweetest Thing video was a neat thing, but I would have liked to see the rest as well. I guess they want you to buy Best of 1980-1990, but then they better release that. Why was that only released on VHS?
I'm ready for the laughing gas. I want some ZooTV stuff on DVD... soon.
A great, short DVD, well worth the money if you like U2 or are interested in how albums are made.
This video is a must have for all U2 fans as well as anyone who is interested in how a brilliant aural masterpiece such as Joshua Tree is conceived, contructed, and recorded.
To those expecting live or studio action: This is a documentary, displaying the action behind the mixing console and in the sound room where all tracks were laid down. So of course it's only fitting to have Daniel Lanois, Brian Eno, Steve Lillywhite, and Flood guiding the viewer through the recording and mixing processes while each band member embellishes with their own personal experiences and memories of those landmark recording sessions. Tidbits of live action and additional video footage are interspersed with studio interviews and commentary. The comments by world famous photographer Anton Corbijn and Marketing Agent Steve Averill add further flavor to this DVD by telling the story behind the album artwork and photographs, as well as the significance of the Joshua Tree itself.
To Musicians and True Fans: Insight into the making of the Joshua Tree is like insight into the creation of the universe. The work, heart, and committment put into the making of this musical work of art is faithfully documented. If you play an instrument and or do some recording you'll more than appreciate what this DVD has to offer. True fans will be delighted in visiting the realm where all the magic took place. But please recognize that most audio releases have time limits...this is not a theatrical release. Albeit 60 minutes doesn't do the entire album justice, but provides insight to a majority of tracks. A documentary implies commentary and insight, articulated by all those involved in the recording process.