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Bryan Adams : Live at the Budokan, Japan 2000

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  • Acteurs : Bryan Adams
  • Format : DVD-Vidéo, PAL, Cinémascope
  • Audio : Anglais (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Sous-titres : Inconnu
  • Région : Région 2 (Ce DVD ne pourra probablement pas être visualisé en dehors de l'Europe. Plus d'informations sur les formats DVD/Blu-ray.).
  • Rapport de forme : 1.33:1
  • Nombre de disques : 1
  • Studio : Polydor
  • Date de sortie du DVD : 17 juin 2003
  • Durée : 120 minutes
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 4.0 étoiles sur 5 2 commentaires client
  • ASIN: B00009UYLD
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DVD Pal/All Regions//Recorded During His Japanese Tour 2000

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J'ai longtemps hésité entre ce DVD et Bryan Adams : Live at Castle Slane, puisqu'ils sont issus tous les 2 de la tournée consécutive à On a Day Like Today, album que je trouve plutôt sympa. Finalement, mon choix s'est porté sur le concert au Japon plutôt qu'en Irelande, car ce DVD propose au total 26 titres, soit 4 de plus que l'autre.

On connait tous Bryan ADAMS (tout au moins de réputation !) : il arrive sur scène, branche sa guitare, et envoie 2 heures de rock'n roll. Sauf que là, j'ai bien failli tomber de mon canapé, car ce n'est pas la guitare qu'il branche en début de concert, mais la basse ! Et, à part de brèves incursions dans des morceaux acoustiques à 2 guitares, il ne lâchera pas la 4 cordes de tout le concert ! Notre ami canadien a-t-il voulu se fixer un nouveau challenge ? Toujours-est-il qu'il ne fait pas de la figuration, et qu'il remplit son rôle de bassiste haut la main. En chantant, qui plus est... Il n'y a qu'a écouter l'intro de "Can't Stop This Thing We Started", où il commence seul. Il a un sacré son, et un groove du tonnerre !!!

A ses cotés, le batteur Mickey CURRY, fidèle à Bryan ADAMS depuis... 1981, puisque déjà présent sur l'album You Want It You Got It. A la guitare, Keith SCOTT, que je connaissais pas, et qui se révèle être franchement à la hauteur.
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un très bon concert où Bryan joue de la basse et non sa Strat; (bassiste malade, fâché, ou démarche volontaire?)
toujours est il que le son global manque d'accompagnement; (deuxième guitare, clavier)
de plus, j'ai trouvé le public japonais un peu coincé et ça plombe un peu l'ambiance globale; voir le duo "when you are gone" avec une fille du public qui n'ose pas se "lâcher" sur scène; mais ayant travaillé un peu au Japon, ce comportement ne m'étonne guère;

mais au final, un grand moment de rock!
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Could have been better - but still pretty good 9 août 2004
Par L.A. Scene - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Bryan Adams has always been a good artist when it comes to making live material available on either CD or DVD format. Thus, I immediately was excited when I heard that Bryan Adams was releasing a live performance DVD called "Bryan Adams: Live at The Budokan". The Budokan is basically the Madison Square Garden of concert venues in Tokyo. Whenever I hear the word "Budokan", I think to what might be one of the most legendary live performances ever - Cheap Trick's 1978 concert which became a legendary album. I've seen and heard the energy of Bryan Adams live in person, on the "Live Live Live" CD, and the "MTV Unplugged" performance. I know Bryan Adams is as capable as anyone when it comes to delivering a knockout with a live performance. When I heard that he was releasing a live performance at the legendary Budokan - now I was really psyched. This particular DVD has its moments, but it is more of a TKO as opposed to the slam dunk knockout I would have expected.

Bryan Adams has always surrounded himself with a top band. For the 2+ decades of his career, I have always thought of Bryan Adams as "Team Adams". For most of this time, Bryan has had Mickey Curry on Drums, Dave Taylor on Bass, Tommy Mandel on Keyboards, and Keith Scott on Lead Guitar. On his last studio album in 1998 "On a Day Like Today" - gone was Tommy Mandel. By the time 2000 rolled around, gone also was Dave Taylor. The performance at the Budokan is a trio performance. I look at this as a double edged sword. From one standpoint, I do think the stage presence of Tommy Mandel and Dave Scott are missed. I also think having any extra players on stage to fill the roles would have been nice. Keyboards have played a key role Adams' music. As for the role of the Bass, Bryan himself takes on that instrument for most of the concert (except for the acoustic numbers), so the band is down one less guitar player. However, there is an upside to this - Bryan, Mickey, and Keith Scott really turn it up a notch. They produce every sound on stage and in the process do a fantastic job in the process - especially Scott who in addition to some incredible guitar work really shines on background vocals.

The stage itself is disappointing. To me, it almost seems more like a stage for an 'A&E By Request' concert than a concert that is at one of the most legendary venues of the music business. The band itself is all dressed in white, and this doesn't enhance the stage presence visually. I also think the production work wasn't the best. You don't get a real good feel for the crowd during much of the performance. What has always been a strength of an Adams performance - whether in person, on CD, or on video is the connection with the crowd. Yes, Adams connects with the crowd, but visually you don't see this as much due to the editing. Much of this live performance has more of a feel of a private performance as opposed to connecting with the masses of the audience.

The performance gets off to a bit of a slow start. I don't think Adams really starts to connect with the audience until the fifth number ('Summer of 69'). There are some very good highlights in the concert once it starts cranking. Despite no Tina Turner on "It's Only Love", Adams is able to pull things off without a female vocalist thanks to some amazing guitar work and background vocals by Keith Scott. Adams doesn't do a lot of stuff from "Into the Fire" (an amazing album), but there is a rare performance of the title track from that album. "Into the Fire" had been included on the "Live Live Live" album, but this version is much more hard rocking and is much better than that one. Adams also does a rare performance of "Remember" (from his self titled debut album 'Bryan Adams'). "Remember" is one of the highlights of this performance and once again Keith Scott really shines added some terrific background vocals. There also is a terrific version of "Run to You" that is delivered - this is probably the best live version of the song I have seen and heard of this signature Adams tune.

A couple of other disapponting things.. The version of "(Everything I Do) I Do It For You" is the shorter version and doesn't contain the great instrumental at the end that are heard on the "Waking Up the Neighbours" CD. The girl he picks from the audience to do co-vocals for "When You're Gone" (a tradition at Adams' concerts) is disappointing. I can understand that she might not know all of the words - but I've seen other girls deliver a lot more passion and energy than this girl did. There are also 4 "Bonus Tracks" ("Fits Ya Good", "I Don't Wanna Live Forever", "Before the Night is Over", "Still Beautiful To Me") and I don't undertstand why these aren't just part of the regular performance. The four bonus tracks would have much been better if they were integrated into the flow of the concert. There is not a lot of interaction with the crowd and really seem like a private performance. On the plus side, these are four excellent tracks - with "Before the Night is Over" being the MVP of the four songs.

The DVD contains some a booklet that gives credits for the songs, but nothing that will give you any additional insight into the performance. Despite many of these shortcomings, this is still a pretty good DVD - but it could have been a lot better. All in all, it will keep the Adams fans happy and may even be good for the casual Adams fan.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Bit of a surprise, but oh so good 12 juillet 2003
Par Joseph E. Royland - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
I bought this DVD as the DVD/CD combo, which was a really good deal for the price. I've been a fan of BA for many years, but, sad to say, haven't seen him live since the late 80's. I was looking to get some new concert videos on DVD, and when I saw what was available from BA, opted for this one over the "Slane Castle" or "Unplugged"(which I already had on VHS).
Not really knowing much about his current "band format", I must admit that I was initially shocked to see it was just a three-piece - with Bryan on bass, no less! I wasn't sure, at first, if I was going to enjoy the show as much as I had thought I would - worried how a smaller combo would pull off the songs. But, I needn't have fretted - as this concert was fantastic!
22, plus four bonus, songs on the DVD (which could have/should have just been included as part of the regular show), that were all quite solid! (the CD has only an abridged 15, but is still good). Picture and sound quality (Dolby 5.1 or Dolby suurround) were outstanding, and the camera's focused on Bryan and the band, and rightly so. Pretty much all the hits are here throughout BA's career - and I was especially pleased to hear "Remember", which I don't believe I've ever heard him do live.
About the only downside, is that the three-piece format isn't as "full" sounding an experience as you may have expected from BA. There were some songs that really could have used an extra guitar, or keyboards to fill out the sound. Still, the band rocks, and BA is quite the bass player, I must say. That, and aside from the four "bonus" cuts, there are no additional special features on this disc. If it had had more, I would have rated it 5 stars, but since it doiesn't it only gets four.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Worth it 21 octobre 2003
Par Matt Wagner - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
I've been a BA fan since "This Time" (OK I'm dating myself)... I'd say this project wasn't as tight as the Shane's Castle ... but if you like the material on "A Day Like Today" this is worth getting - especially since the CD comes with it. I happen to like 3 of the cuts off that project, so it works. If you have to pick one live performance - go with Shane's Castle. Much better sound quality and performance. If you're a fan, this won't dissapoint.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 BA Rocks!!! 29 septembre 2003
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
I've been a BA fan for ages and I just picked up the dvd the moment I saw it. i was really surprised to see just 3 guys in a live show with almost no lighting effects at all but as you settle in it is just amazing. BA really interacts with the crowd and infact call one of the audience on stage to sing with him. Keith scott is amazing on guitars. To sum it up it is a great DVD. The reason i gave it 4 stars instead of 5 is that iam not really happy with the quality of video, it pixalletes sometimes and u dont really get the crisp picture u expect from a dvd.
FINAL VERDICT: Yes I would definetly recommend buying it.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 2 Stars Because it's Bryan Adams 24 juin 2004
Par D. Sun - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
After reading the negative comments regarding how it's not the same with just Mickey, Keith and Bryan I still decided to give this DVD a chance because I never heard them without the full band and this DVD received good reviews.
As talented as these three guys are - the sound just isn't the same without 2 guitars, keyboards, or other instruments in certain songs.
Some songs like Summer of '69, Run to You, Cloud #9, etc., really cry out for the missing musicians and the added character the songs have with a full band.
There is nothing to look at in this DVD. The 3 band members are dressed in white T shirts and white pants and the stage is really barren and there is no show aspect at all.
The production is good and the sound is clear, however Live! Live! Live! really is a far better representation of the concert Bryan Adams sound.
Unplugged has better versions of classic songs presented in a different way and the use of the Michael Kamen led Julliard students, Irish pipes, and other little surprises, along with all the band members make that a special collection of Bryan Adams music.
Bryan Adams REALLY needs to just remaster and release all his videos on DVD with Dolby 5.1 sound.
Bryan also needs to go back on guitar and hire at least a bass player and keyboardist to get the sound back to what it is supposed to be.
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