bbblimp2 wrote:Live in Tokyo 2012 - DVD + CD
http://www.amazon.co.jp/%E3%83%A9%E3%82 ... 392&sr=1-1
98/1000 wrote:Years ago I guess it was pretty expensive to film and put out live concerts which is why the bigger bands only did maybe one or two in their whole careers.
Nowadays with digital tech and the internet it's so much easier so maybe it's possible to do at least once for every tour - so why not?
For the record, at the game winners concert in London last November TMDR did have several small digi cameras fixed to the equipment and balcony for a wide shot plus at least one roving camera doing crowd and crowd POV shots, so I should say there's a good chance of that seeing the light of day he's got time after this tour.
mikaels wrote:Arrived today, in five layers of bubble plastic, looked like a football
If you are still on the fence for this release, think no more, just click 'buy', for this may well be the best concert of Thomas' ever released, just absolutely great!
I have only seen/listened to the DVD yet, but it totally rocks, some of the best versions of his songs I have ever heard, and he seems so at ease at the show. A totally great band as well, just fantastic, I only wish I could have been at such a cool pace as the Blue Note club in Tokyo, even the name kinda makes you feel cool, right...
Cool nod to Sakamoto and Sylvian in Field Work as well, where parts of Forbidden colors slipped in
Well worth every cent of 44 bucks.
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