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Tema: Roger Hodgson - Take The Long Way Home- Live In Montreal (2006) (Leído 538 veces)
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Roger Hodgson - Take The Long Way Home- Live In Montreal (2006) [DVD9 NTSC]



Label:    Eagle Vision
Catalog:    EV 30224-9
Country:    US
Released:    2006


Tracklisting:
1. Take The Long Way Home
2. Give A Little Bit
3. Lovers In The Wind
4. Hide In Your Shell
5. Oh Brother
6. The Logical Song
7. Easy Does It
8. Sister Moonshine
9. Love Is A Thousand Times
10. Breakfast In America
11. Don't Leave Me Now
12. Dreamer
13. It's Raining Again
14. School
15. Two Of Us
16. Give A Little Bit

Line-Up:
- Roger Hodgson / Piano, Keyboards, and vocals
- Aaron McDonald / Saxophone

Review by Bill Gibron, DVDVerdict.com:

He remains the most recognizable voice of pop-song savants Supertramp, as '70s a band as there ever was. From their confusing prog-rock beginnings to the moment tunes like "Bloody Well Right" became airplane "radio" favorites fodder, the British band was noted for their novel instrumentation (mostly keyboard in a guitar oriented arena) and sly sense of humor. But it was the high-pitched pleadings of main contributor Roger Hodgson that sent the act into the stratosphere. With choice chart toppers like "Dreamer," "Give a Little Bit," "Even in the Quietest Moments," "Take the Long Way Home," and "The Logical Song," his twee elfin looks and instantly memorable hooks made young girls weep and adolescent males smile. Yet after the Famous Last Words album (and the marginal smash It's Raining Again), Hodgson left Supertramp to forge his own artistic identity. In the nearly three decades that have past since the rather acrimonious split, talk of a reunion?even the cynical, cash grab-oriented type of reformation?has been systematically squashed. Apparently, whatever the group thought it could accomplish sans Hodgson (they have gone on to record a few more albums, mostly to fan indifference) remains solidly in place to this day. Luckily, our Tolkien-esque tunesmith continues to tour and record. Captured as part of a solo jaunt in 2006, Roger Hodgson: Take the Long Way Home?Live in Montreal stands as a wonderful testament to Hodgson's talent and enduring cultural impact.

You have to give the man, and the musician, credit. It takes melodic cajones the size of Breakfast in America's royalty checks to take the stage sans band, just yourself, an acoustic guitar, a electronic keyboard, and a backup saxophonist. Fans familiar with the intricate arrangements and sonic depth of Supertramp's sound will wonder how a one man set-up replicates same. The answer is?rather well, thank you very much. Hodgson's music is more about the songwriting craft than the byplay between bass and drum, and with such amazing tunes at his disposal, it's hard to hate a moment of this intimate performance. For the record, here is the set list performed during the show's nearly 90-minute running time:

? "Take the Long Way Home"?from the 1979 Supertramp album Breakfast in America
? "Give a Little Bit"?from the 1977 Supertramp album Even in the Quietest Moments
? "Lovers in the Wind"?from the 1984 solo album In The Eye of the Storm
? "Hide in Your Shell"?from the 1974 Supertramp album Crime of the Century
? "Oh Brother"?an original song exclusive to the Live in Montreal Concert
? "The Logical Song"?from the 1979 Supertramp album Breakfast in America
? "Easy Does It"?from the 1975 Supertramp album Crisis? What Crisis?
? "Sister Moonshine"?from the 1975 Supertramp album Crisis? What Crisis?
? "Love is a Thousand Times"?from the 2000 solo album Open the Door
? "Breakfast in America"?from the 1979 Supertramp album Breakfast in America
? "Don't Leave Me Now"?an original song exclusive to the Live in Montreal Concert
? "Dreamer"?from the 1974 Supertramp album Crime of the Century
? "It's Raining Again"?from the 1982 Supertramp album Famous Last Words
? "School"?from the 1974 Supertramp album Crime of the Century
? "Two of Us"?from the 1975 Supertramp album Crisis? What Crisis?
? "Give a Little Bit"?from the 1977 Supertramp album Even in the Quietest Moments

The reliance on material from his Supertramp days, considering the rather closed-mouthed approach Hodgson has taken towards his former bandmates, is not really all that unusual. While it would have been interesting to see the man, refreshed and redefined for the new millennium, dragging out a war chest of unreleased material, no one but longtime supporters would have cottoned to such a concert. While playing yet another new tune, the shouts for "Logical" and "Dreamer" would have been deafening. Let's face it?we're nostalgia nuts, and when faced with someone who created the soundtrack for our past, we're like Homer Simpson revisiting Bachman-Turner Overdrive: "No Talking. No New Crap. 'Taking Care of Business.' Now." Hodgson is more than willing to comply, and this makes for a nice amount of give and take between himself and the audience. Besides, he can play the spit out of these songs, recreating the same feeling and sentiment of the originals all by himself. In fact, songs like the aforementioned 1974 smash and the moving "Give a Little Bit" come off seemingly complete here. This is one artisan who doesn't need fancy bells and whistles to relive his glory days. His musicianship more than makes up for any instrumental lag.

Product Description
Format                 : DVD-Video
Format                 : MPEG Video
Format version             : Version 2
Width                  : 720 pixels
Height                 : 480 pixels
Display aspect ratio         : 16/9
Frame rate               : 29.970 fps
Standard               : NTSC

Audio #1
Format                 : AC-3
Bit rate               : 192 Kbps
Channel(s)               : 2 channels
Channel positions          : L R
Sampling rate            : 48.0 KHz

Audio #2
Format                 : AC-3
Bit rate               : 448 Kbps
Channel(s)               : 6 channels
Channel positions          : Front: L C R, Surround: L R, LFE
Sampling rate            : 48.0 KHz

Audio #3
Format                 : DTS
Format/Info              : Digital Theater Systems
Channel(s)               : 6 channels
Channel positions          : Front: L C R, Surround: L R, LFE
Sampling rate            : 48.0 KHz

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