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アート・ブレイキー/ライヴ・アット・ロニー・スコッツ [DVD]

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50年代から90年に他界するまで、ジャズの素晴らしさを世界中にアピールし続けたアート・ブレイキーが、85年にロニー・スコッツで行ったライブ映像。多くの人々を魅了したドラムプレイとインタビューを織り交ぜ、彼の人間性にも接することができる。

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ジャズ史上屈指の情熱的プレイヤーとも称されるドラマー、アート・ブレイキーが1985年に行ったロニー・スコッツでのライヴを収録。

アート・ブレイキー/ライヴ・アット・ロニー・スコッツ [DVD]

While accepting Vol 1 had more enthusiasm by the presenters in parts than was comfortable, it still remains a very enjoyable two disc set of what was (given the sheer overall range and quality) and left you wanting more.Sadly Vol 2 leaves you concerned this series is heading rapidly downhill. Reasons for this view are:- Only one disc when the sheer volume of material available plus pricing versus the double set of Vol 1, leaves you feeling definitely short changed- Some real dross that does not look like it will not stand repeated viewing (Loggins amp; Messina; OMD; Tom Verlaine; Thomas Dolby and the Andy Kershaw Skiffle Session being worst cases I suspect)- Introductory comments by different musicians/presenters that are inappropriate (Rick Wakeman on Roy Harper esp.); too self serving (Roger Daltrey and Jools Holland) rather than being about the show; or repetitive (the many different comments on problems with MU rules and the studio layout for recording plus later change to having an audience for some shows, could probably have been better edited into a single extra on problems with overall recording and presenting the show across the years).However the good news is that there are enough good performances and historic items to just about justify buying if 1970s to 1980s music is your bag. While I am sure everyone has their own favourite artistes they want to see again on the next issue (mine being Jack Bruce and Friends and David Bowie)I hope a rethink for content and format will occur for Vol 3 - my only other wish is that consider using some of the amazing graphics for certain pieces of music that were an early feature of the show(the cartoon for Pink Floyd's "One of these Days being one I remember best).
All good and on time.
Pop is the music of the rebel. But it's also the music of the non-rebel, and with the OGWT, from the heart of the BBC establishment, non-rebellious, thinking-person's pop reached its zenith. Of course, punk knocked it all down in 1977, and with the help of Saturday Night Fever disco, pop suddenly became physical again. The OGWT never really recovered, and once Bob Harris had gone, competition from C4's 'The Tube' etc meant its days were numbered.Which was a great pity, as all three OGWT compilation DVDs illustrate. The OGWT was a superb, must-see programme scheduled late on Tuesday evenings. You had to watch every show, firstly because there was no other TV programme showcasing 'album' music, and secondly because the Radio Times never told you who would be appearing.In the early 1970s I was at a boarding school, and our house was rationed to a TV maximum of three hours per week. Which programmes we watched were decided by the prefects (which brought them much undeserved popularity), and it says much about the quality of OGWT that this programme was always chosen.These DVDs have something of the feel of the TV programmes, except that they don't contain any interview material nor any of the wonderful animations chosen to accompany some tracks. (I never cease to be surprised at the number of occasions when I discuss OGWT with friends and they mention the 'Skiers' video chosen for Mike Oldfield's 'Tubular Bells'.) The introductions are, by and large, marvellous, if only to see how the artists look 30 years on. Perhaps Bill Nelson has weathered the years better than most, only a little pudgier of face. Particularly good is Roger Daltrey, whose interviews are spread across this and DVD three. Not for the first time do we hear an artist lamenting the arrival of CD, and with its poorer sonic quality and its destruction of the art of album cover design.The musical highlights, for me, are most of the 70s stuff, particularly The Who, Joan Armatrading, Bruce Johnston, AWB, and Roxy Music. The DVD will probably bring few new converts to the programme, but it's a treasure trove for those of us who were there at the time.
After some initial hesitation, curiosity finally got the better of me and being pleasantly surprised by Vol. 1, I decided to take a chance with this one too. Overall, I'm glad I did because in spite of some appalling dross (Loggins amp; Messina, OMD and The Pet Shop Boys), there are a few true gems here that I doubt you'd be able to find anywhere else.For me, the performances by Argent, Montrose, Be Bop Deluxe (who's music I've never actually liked) and Siouxsie amp; the Banshees are the main highlights. But even these are totally eclipsed by the truly sublime performance of "Don't Believe A Word" by "Gary Moore amp; Friends" (the latter mainly comprising other members of Thin Lizzy). It's worth buying for this alone.Let's just hope that Vol. 3 offers up some of the more interesting bands that others have mentioned. As is the way of these things,in the end it simply comes down to personal taste...

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