Devin Townsend Project By A Thread Live In London 2011
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Devin Townsend Albums. The first of these albums was released in and titled Kithe second would follow that year and is called Hareton Salvanini A Virgem De Saint Tropez To celebrate the release of the third and fourth albums last year, Townsend decided to do a special series of concerts in London.
The shows would span four days and each night a different album would be featured. Naturally, the shows went in order of release and lasted four nights.
The contents of Devin Townsend Project By A Thread Live In London 2011 release which comes housed in a sturdy booklet style holder and cardboard sleeve. Each concert is on its own DVD, while the CDs are arranged by albums with a fifth disc comprising all of the encore tracks played over the course of the four days.
Despite the change in venue, the audio quality is consistent across the board and is quite clear and crisp. Visually, the DVDs are okay but nothing spectacular.
The venues are modest in size and the image sometimes feels a bit cramped. The menu graphics are interesting and fun to look at.
They also contain loads of hidden easter eggs for the curious type. Most of which are sound-checks and other behind-the-scenes shots. Chances are, whatever Jacques Dutronc Jacques Dutronc favorite DTP album is will be the star here. Where possible, Devin tried to recruit the musicians that actually played on the album, but some were unavailable.
The star-studded Deconstruction suffers the most as none of the guest musicians could contribute. Rather than use someone else, Devin opted to use recordings to fill the gap as it would seem he went to great lengths to try and recreate the album sound live. A lot of the backing vocals are also richened with Sunlightsquare Celebration Of Oggun samples from the albums, especially some of the songs from Addicted!
Even with that element, the Addicted! The encores are also some of my favorites. Speaking of which, Townsend took a different approach to each encore. The Addicted! The crowd is pretty good for most of the sets. They seem particularly into the Ki and Addicted!
That album is punishing. Himself Ryan van Poederooyen Himself Rest of cast listed alphabetically: April Amos Himself Caroline Campbell Herself Kat Epple Herself Luke Holmes Himself Chrys Johnson Himself Jean Savoie Himself Mike St-John Himself Anneke van Giersbergen Herself Dirk Verbeuren Himself Mike Young Genres: Music.
Edit Details Country: UK. Language: English. Sound Mix: Stereo. Color: Color.
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