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2.22 | 4 ratings | 1 reviews | 25% 5 stars

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DVD/Video, released in 2003

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Looking For Someone
2. White Mountain
3. Musical Box
4. Suppers Ready
5. Ripples
6. Entangled
7. Mad Mad Moon
8. Afterglow
9. One For The Vine
10. Follow You Follow Me
11.The Lady Lies
12. Please Don't Ask
13. Los Endos

Line-up / Musicians

The Classic Rock String Quartet:
- Anna Kirkpatrick / violin
- Emma Parker / violin
- Emma Ownes / viola
- Laura Anstee / cello

- Steve Oakman / Grand piano

Releases information

DVD Rock Classics Ltd. RCL 1635 (2003)

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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(25%)
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Review by erik neuteboom
2 stars Genesis is my favorite band (70-77 era), I love Grand piano and I own some wonderful albums from Yehudi Menuhin so I couldn't resist the temptation to buy this DVD for 6 euros when I was visiting a small market. The string quartet consists of two violins, a viola and a cello, accompanied by a Grand piano player (on a Yamaha). I have to admit that I quickly came to the conclusion that this musical project fails to generate excitement although it sounds wonderful and I also have the idea that everybody plays inspired. But the strong point in Genesis their music is the tension between the acoustic - and the electric side: the parts with the twanging 12-string acoustic guitars, flute and warm vocals and the parts with the harder-edged electric guitar work, powerful organ, sumptuous Mellotron waves and expressive vocals. For example, Musical Box goes on and on without tension or climax, Supper's Ready has only a mellow climate and One For The Vine is just a beautiful song without that sensational break. I am also disappointed by the pictures that are intend to embellish the music but I miss any sense, for example Musical Box without a picture featuring Peter Gabriel and the old man mask .. incredible! So what's next: Jimi Hendrix played on flute - and violin Mellotron or Black Sabbath for harpsichord ...?

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