WATTS, CHARLIE - DVD
THE 1991 JAPANESE TOUR VOLUME EIGHT

LABEL:
StonyRoad
SOURCE:
Asakusa Studio, Tokyo 18 September 1991, bc 15 November 1991 by Japan tv JSB Wowow
FORMAT:
1 download DVD-R
RUNNING TIME:
49.59
SOUND/SOURCE:
Dolby Digital 2.0.
PACKAGING:
DVD Clamshell
 


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SOUND 9 / PACKAGING 9 / PERFORMANCE 9.5

 

TRACK LIST:
1. DVD Introduction-generic (Peter King solo) 2. Rehearsal Segments (with or without Orchestra), 3. Interview Segments (conducted by Mike Koshitani: Bernard Fowler, Peter King, Brian Lemon, David Green, Gerard Presencer, Charlie Watts), 4. Intro by Bernard Fowler, 5 .   Practising, Practising, Just Great, 6. Narration by Bernard Fowler, 7. Blackbird - White Chicks, 8. Narration by Bernard Fowler, 9 . Bluebird, 10. Narration by Bernard Fowler, 11 .   Bound For New York, 12. Narration by Bernard Fowler, 13. Terra De Pajaro, 14. Narration by Bernard Fowler, 15.   Bad Seeds - Rye Drinks, 16. Narration by Bernard Fowler, 17. Relaxing At Camarillo, 18. Narration by Bernard Fowler, 19. Going, Going, Going, Gone, 20. Narration by Bernard Fowler.

 
REVIEW:

This is the final volume to complete the series with a DVD of the tv show recorded on September 18, 1991 for Japanese TV, nothing has been done here except for the cover because the original one was incorrect, the date being wrong. Picture are good as well as the audio portion, given that this was broadcasted and recorded on VHS tape shortly less than 30 years ago. The interviews (not dubbed but with Japanese subtitles) are conducted by Mike Koshitani who is the brain behind the Stone People magazine (with Yuji Ikeda) and well known Japan collector. Charlie Watts himself plays sax at the beginning of Practicing, Practicing Just Great; it is quite unusual for a tv show to be recorded in a studio without audience, it is not known why Japan tv decided not to record one of the shows played at the Aoyama Spiral, anyway this is a nice recording and a pleasure to watch for those that love this kind of music. The show has been recorded professionally with many cameras that focus on each player at the right moment when they play their part and it is a nice addition to the series. There is an interactive menu but no chapter selection, which could prove to be uncomfortable for who may be looking for a single song, having to forward fast.

Too bad the concert from September 18, 1991 at the same venue for I.W. Harper Bow Tie Design Contest, which included different songs like Star Eyes,, Easy Living, I Got It Bad And That Ain t Good and Perdido has not surfaced.


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