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"Took My Place"-A good song to get the crowd moving and excited!
"I've Always Loved You"-A song that tells us that even though we may stumble and fall, God still loves us and always will!
"My Hope Is You"-The testimony that Mac Powell gives during this song will want to make you shout!
All in all, you will not be disappointed with this DVD--GO BUY IT NOW!
The "Ohne Filter" productions that I've bought are all suprisingly good quality for TV productions. The audio is really good but is not as good as concerts that were digitally recorded originally for 5.1. That shouldn't be a surprise. But, they are recorded very well and the audio really rocks... you'll be very happy with the purchase. It's awsome.
The "Ohne Filter" productions that I've bought are all suprisingly good quality for TV productions. The audio is really good but is not as good as concerts that were digitally recorded originally for 5.1. That shouldn't be a surprise. But, they are recorded very well and the audio really rocks.
Now for the one problem. The product description listed on Amazon.com for this DVD says that it is Region 1 encoded. This isn't true. It is actually "region free". Now when I received my first 'Ohne Filter" production on DVD of Edgar Winter with Rick Derringer, I was very happy and had no problems with it. But when I got Steve Lukather it would not play on my DVD/Surround system at home. It will play fine on my computer at work, and on some of my friends' systems, but not on my home system. What a dissapointment! I still haven't figured out what the problem is so I haven't yet got to hear it cranked up on my Sony surround system.
This doesn't make sense!!!! Edgar Winter (same company) plays great. This one won't play at all. My DVD player won't load it and says "disc error". THE DISC IS FINE!!!! If someone can help me please post something here.
If you're player will play this DVD you'll be very happy with the purchase. It's awsome.
But it's really great stuff for any Jukes fan and it's ... region-free!
overstock(dotcom). Thanks very much!
The disc is wonderfully intimate both visually and aurally. The sound is clear and strong, and the camera work doesn't get in the way of the performance. Often mischaracterized as a Sinatra clone, on this disc Connick manages to show his depth, musical ability, and pure charm. Make sure to check out his other, softer side with his older solo albums too.
I too was a bit disappointed in not seeing the camera fixed on Kissin more often and for that reason deducted one star. Nevertheless, compared to many of Karajan's subpar Beethoven DVD's, this one is a real gem.
Some critics bemoan a similarity of sound in his pieces, citing repetitious arpeggio playing over predictable chord progressions, but fans counter that that repetition defines Brickman's unique style. While this DVD and the compact disc of the same name are both based on the PBS special, it's worth noting that the song selection does vary between the two. Snuggle up by the fire with a loved one, grab a glass of wine, and spend the evening with Jim Brickman--you won't be disappointed. --Tami Horiuchi
On the downside, I was severely annoyed by the unfortunate television trickery that afflicts this production. The director has apparently just discovered crossfades and, like someone with a new camcorder who overuses the zoom, forces them on viewers way too often. The result is a series of ill-conceived double exposures that make it hard to focus anything. Plus, shots often shift away from soloists just when you want to see what they're doing. All in all, a disappointing, intrusive and dated production style works to spoil what could be an engaging look at a monster player performing at the height of his powers.
larry is a great musician, if you like the good music, i recommended this dvd, thanks to michael au and the tv studio "ohne filter"
Kenny Garrett and Patches Stewart both contribute well on their horns, and the keyboardists do well also; Morris Pleasure (who's also the musical director for Earth, Wind, and Fire!) plays great keyboard bass under Marcus' soloing, and the other guy on keys (whose name escapes me!) sure makes some goofy faces, but his solos are killer.
And then, of course, there's Marcus and Poogie Bell, who provide a solid foundation anyone would die for.
Overall, not the best sound and a bit short, but DEFINITELY worth the trip.