BEFORE THE DAWN LIVE ALBUM

A place to discuss Kate's live shows, which took place in the Eventim Apollo, London, in 2014
Blackbird Braille
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01 Oct 2016, 18:01 #1

KATE BUSH TO RELEASE THE LIVE ALBUM

“BEFORE THE DAWN” ON DECEMBER 2ND, 2016 VIA CONCORD RECORDS

“BEFORE THE DAWN” WILL BE AVAILABLE AS 3-DISC DELUXE CD PACKAGE AND 4-DISC DELUXE 180-GRAM VINYL PACKAGE

“BEFORE THE DAWN” WAS RECORDED DURING THE INCREDIBLE RUN OF 22 SOLD-OUT SHOWS PERFORMED BY KATE AT LONDON’S HAMMERSMITH APOLLO IN 2014.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – SEPTEMBER 29TH, 2016 

In March 2014, Kate Bush announced plans to perform 15 shows in London in August and September that year, her first live shows since 1979. The shows sold out so quickly that a further 7 were immediately added, with all shows selling out in 15 minutes. Kate’s own website crashed with the demand.

The first night of the shows prompted a complete media frenzy with the U.K.’s Evening Standard declaring that the show was “an extraordinary mix of magical ideas, stunning visuals, attention to detail and remarkable music – she was so obviously, so unambiguously brilliant, it made last night something to tell the grandchildren about.”

Later that year the show won the special Editor’s award at the highly prestigious London Theatre Awards, the only contemporary music show to do so.

On December 2nd, 2016, the live album “Before The Dawn” will be released in a 3-DISC CD deluxe edition and a deluxe 4-DISC 180-GRAM vinyl edition. The conceptual heart of the show is reflected in the CD format, which is split around the two integral pieces – ‘The Ninth Wave’ and ‘A Sky Of Honey’.

CD1 ends with the pivotal track ‘King Of The Mountain’ which bridges into ‘The Ninth Wave’ suite of songs on CD2.

The album was produced by Kate Bush. Nothing on the record was re-recorded or overdubbed.

Following the first week of performances eight of Kate Bush’s albums charted simultaneously within the UK Top 40, making her the only female artist in history to achieve this feat.


http://mediakits-showcase.concordmusicg ... -the-dawn/




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01 Oct 2016, 18:03 #2

CREDITS

ARTIST: Kate Bush

TITLE: Before The Dawn

LABEL: Concord Records

Street Date: December 2nd, 2016


BAND

Drums: Omar Hakim

Percussion: Mino Cinelu

Bass: John Giblin

Guitars: David Rhodes

Guitars, Bouzouki, Charango: Frissi Karlsson

Keyboards, Guitars, Programming, Vocals: Jon Carin

Keyboards, Uilleann Pipes,Accordion: Kevin McAlea

Piano (The Ninth Wave [Pre-Recorded], Prologue, Among Angels),Pre-Recorded Synths: Kate Bush


CHORUS 
                                                     
Jacqui DuBois

Sandra Marvin

Bob Harms

Jo Servi

Albert McIntosh


Backline Technicians

Baz Tymms

Chris Lawson

Morten Turbo Thobro

Steve Grey


LIVE

Sound Consultant: James Guthrie

FOH Engineer & Surround Systems Supervision: Greg Walsh

FOH Engineer: Davide Lombardi

Live Lead Vocal Engineer: Stephen W Tayler

Monitor Engineer: Ian Newton

Surround Systems Engineer: Davey Williamson

Soundscapes: James Drew

 

THE NINTH WAVE

Astronomer: Kevin Doyle

Witchfinder: Jo Servi

Helicopter Pilot, Harmonic Vocals, Fujare: Paddy Bush

 

WATCHING THEM WITHOUT HER

Ben: Albert McIntosh

Dad: Bob Harms


Poem at end of Jig of Life written and narrated by John Carder Bush


Astronomer’s Call, Helicopter Pilot, Watching Them Without Her Written by David Mitchell & Kate Bush


‘Water Tank’ Lead Vocals Researched & Recorded by: Greg Walsh, Ian Newton


Chorus MD: Nick Skilbeck


Studio Technicians & Live Shows Recorded by: Ian Silvester, Jim Jones


Written & Produced by Kate Bush

 
Audio Post-Production Sunshine: Stephen W Tayler

Mixed by Kate Bush & Stephen W Tayler

Mastered by James Guthrie & Joel Plante at das boot recording


Album Artwork Design: Kate Bush & Stuart Crouch Creative


Hand Lettering: Ruth Rowland

Front Cover Photography: Tim Walker

Puppeteer: Ben Thompson


Puppet Created by Robert Allsopp


Two Worlds Illustration: Timorous Beasties

Booklet Photography: Tim Walker, Ken McKay, Gavin Bush, Trevor Leighton

SPECIAL THANKS TO

Albert McIntosh, David Munns, Geoff Jukes, Brad Gelfond, Murray Chalmers, James Guthrie, Andrew Ross, Dave Taraskevics, Keely Myers, George Sinclair, Stuart Crouch, Pat Savage, Russell Roberts, Mark Henderson, Dan McIntosh, John Giblin, Stuart Angell, Christian Jenner, Robert Allsopp, Brigitte Reiffenstuel, Michael Kamen, Bill Whelan, Dick Bird, Adrian Noble, Sian Williams, Jon Driscoll, Cheryl Phelps-Gardiner, Matthew Wade, Simon Marlow, Stewart Crosbie, John McCarthy, Del Palmer, Gary Robson, Simon Moran and a big thank you to all who were there.

In loving memory of Ian Newton

katebush.com

concordmusicgroup.com

℗ & © 2016 Noble and Brite Limited. Under exclusive license to Concord Music Group, Inc., 100 N. Crescent Drive, Beverly Hills, CA 90210. All Rights Reserved. Unauthorized duplication is a violation of applicable laws. Printed in the U.S.A. CRE00302
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01 Oct 2016, 18:05 #3

LINER NOTES                                                

It was an extraordinary experience putting the show together. It was a huge amount of work, a lot of fun and an enormous privilege to work with such an incredibly talented team. This is the audio document. I hope that this can stand alone as a piece of music in its own right and that it can be enjoyed by people who knew nothing about the shows as well as those who were there.

I never expected the overwhelming response of the audiences, every night filling the show with life and excitement. They are there in every beat of the recorded music. Even when you can’t hear them, you can feel them.

Nothing at all has been re-recorded or overdubbed on this live album, just two or three sound FX added to help with the atmosphere.

On the first disc the track, Never Be Mine, is the only take that exists, and was recorded when the show was being filmed without an audience. It was cut because the show was too long but is now back in its original position. Everything else runs as was, with only a few edits to help the flow of the music.

On stage, the main feature of The Ninth Wave was a woman lost at sea, floating in the water, projected onto a large oval screen - the idea being that this pre-recorded film was reality. The lead vocals for these sequences were sung live at the time of filming in a deep water tank at Pinewood. A lot of research went into how to mic this vocal. As far as we know it had never been done before. I hoped that the vocals would sound more realistic and emotive by being sung in this difficult environment. (You can see the boom mic in the photo on the back of the booklet. This had to be painted out of every shot in post-production although very little of the boom mic recording was used. The main mic was on the life jacket disguised as an inflator tube!) The rest of the lead vocals on this disc were sung live on stage as part of the dream sequences. The only way to make this story work as an audio piece was to present it more like a radio play and subdue the applause until the last track when the story is over and we are all back in the theatre again with the audience response.

Unlike The Ninth Wave which was about the struggle to stay alive in a dark, terrifying ocean, A Sky Of Honey is about the passing of a summer’s day. The original idea behind this piece was to explore the connection between birdsong and light, and why the light triggers the birds to sing. It begins with a lovely afternoon in golden sunlight, surrounded by birdsong. As night falls, the music slowly builds until the break of dawn.

This show was one of the most exciting things I’ve ever been involved in. Thank you to everyone who made it happen and who embraced the process of allowing it to continually evolve.

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[Photos]:

I took this photo from the stage after a sound check. Not during a performance on a quiet night! Note the parked helicopter at the top.

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The sound of tolling bells feature in different parts of the show such as in Joanni, a song about Joan 0f Arc. These bells were recorded and played by Kevin McAlea. He happened to have recording equipment with him when he visited the Rouen Cathedral where they ring the bells for her on Joan of Arc Day. Coincidentally they were in the right key for the song.

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Mino is such a versatile percussionist. We called him Le Prestidigitateur. In the closing bars of King Of The Mountain he commanded front of stage with the bullroarer, a sacred aboriginal instrument which is traditionally forbidden to be heard by women. Made from a carved piece of wood tied onto the end of a rope, the player circles it above their head. It is a very physical instrument to play. This was the moment when Mino summoned a great storm that pulled everyone on stage into The Ninth Wave.

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All the singers changed from handheld mics to headsets to allow movement around the stage during The Ninth Wave. This made the audio engineering much more challenging. Three of the Chorus climbed up onto the roof of a moving, bobbing room to deliver their vocals in Watching You Without Me.

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During the choir sections, Jo could choose whether to sing an octave below everyone else or an octave above. He has such a staggeringly wide vocal range.

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“What a lovely afternoon. What a lovely afternoon. Oh can you hear the birdsong: the mistle thrush and wood pigeon, the chaffinch and the robin, the blackbird and the siskin, like golden light dripping and golden bells? Ding dong, ding dong.”

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 “Ring it, shake it down, bring it on, let it in. Summer has come Summer be long. What a lovely afternoon. What a lovely afternoon. Oh will you come with us to find the song of the oil and the brush?”

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“It was a lovely afternoon. Such a lovely afternoon. Sinking down into the hills. The pillows in the hills. Tesoro mio. Gioiellomio. Il sole. Il cielo.”


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“Every swimming pool will shiver with excitement. I made the wind blow and the starry heavens hang. I ache from head to toe, I’ve got blisters on my hands. Oh man, I’m painting the moon tonight.”

 

ACT I

1. LILY

2. HOUNDS OF LOVE

3. JOANNI

4. TOP OF THE CITY

5. NEVER BE MINE

6. RUNNING UP THAT HILL (A DEAL WITH GOD)

7. KING OF THE MOUNTAIN

 

ACT II

1. ASTRONOMER’S CALL (SPOKEN MONOLOGUE)

2. AND DREAM OF SHEEP

3. UNDER ICE

4. WAKING THE WITCH

5. WATCHING THEM WITHOUT HER (DIALOGUE)

6. WATCHING YOU WITHOUT ME

7. LITTLE LIGHT

8. JIG OF LIFE

9. HELLO EARTH

10. THE MORNING FOG

 

ACT III

1. PRELUDE

2. PROLOGUE

3. AN ARCHITECT’S DREAM

4. THE PAINTER’S LINK

5. SUNSET

6. AERIAL TAL

7. SOMEWHERE IN BETWEEN

8. TAWNY MOON

9. NOCTURN

10. AERIAL

11. AMONG ANGELS

12. CLOUDBUSTING

 

 

MUSICIANS                                                    

 

ACT I

Lily

Lead Vocal (LV): Kate Bush

Drums:Omar Hakim

Percussion: Mino Cinelu

Bass: John Giblin

Guitar: David Rhodes

Guitar: Frissi Karlsson

Keyboards: Jon Carin

Keyboards: Kevin McAlea

Fujare: Paddy Bush

Backing vocals (BVs): Albert McIntosh, Bob Harms, Jacqui Dubois, Sandra Marvin, Jo Servi

 

Hounds of Love

LV: Kate Bush

drums: Omar Hakim

percussion: Mino Cinelu

Bass: John Giblin

Guitar: David Rhodes

Guitar: Frissi Karlsson

Keyboards: Jon Carin

Keyboards: Kevin McAlea

BVs: Albert McIntosh, Bob Harms, Jacqui Dubois, Sandra Marvin, Jo Servi

 

Joanni

LV: Kate Bush

Drums: Omar Hakim

Percussion: Mino Cinelu

Bass: John Giblin

Guitar: David Rhodes

Guitar: Frissi Karlsson

Keyboards: Jon Carin

Keyboards: Kevin McAlea

BVs: Albert McIntosh, Bob Harms, Jacqui Dubois, Sandra Marvin, Jo Servi

 

Top of the City

LV: Kate Bush

Drums: Omar Hakim

Percussion: Mino Cinelu

Bass: John Giblin

Guitar: David Rhodes

Guitar: Frissi Karlsson

Keyboards: Jon Carin

Keyboards: Kevin McAlea

BVs: Albert McIntosh, Bob Harms, Jacqui Dubois, Sandra Marvin, Jo Servi

 

Never Be Mine

LV: Kate Bush

Drums: Omar Hakim

Percussion: Mino Cinelu

Bass: John Giblin

Guitar: David Rhodes

Guitar: Frissi Karlsson

Keyboards: Jon Carin

Piano: Kevin McAlea

BVs: Albert McIntosh, Bob Harms, Jacqui Dubois, Sandra Marvin, Jo Servi

 

Running Up That Hill

LV:  Kate Bush

Drums: Omar Hakim

Percussion: Mino Cinelu

Bass: John Giblin

Guitar: David Rhodes

Guitar: Frissi Karlsson

Keyboards: Jon Carin

Keyboards: Kevin McAlea

BVs: Albert McIntosh, Bob Harms, Jacqui Dubois, Sandra Marvin, Jo Servi

 

King of the Mountain

LV: Kate Bush

drums: Omar Hakim

percussion: Mino Cinelu

Bass: John Giblin

Guitar: David Rhodes

Guitar: Frissi Karlsson

Keyboards: Jon Carin

Keyboards:  Kevin McAlea

BVs: Albert McIntosh, Bob Harms, Jacqui Dubois, Sandra Marvin, Jo Servi

 

ACT II

Ninth Wave

 

Astronomer's Call

Guest artist, Solo spoken word:  Kevin Doyle

 

And Dream of Sheep

LV: Kate Bush

Piano: Kate Bush

 

Under Ice

LV: Kate Bush

Bass: John Giblin

Guitar: David Rhodes

Guitar: Frissi Karlsson

Keyboards: Jon Carin

Keyboards: Kevin McAlea

Harmonic voices: Paddy Bush

Featured Choir: Albert McIntosh, Bob Harms, Jacqui Dubois, Sandra Marvin, Jo Servi

 

Waking the Witch

LV: Jo Servi

Featured spoken vocal (helicopter pilot): Paddy Bush

Piano: Kate Bush

Drums: Omar Hakim

Percussion: Mino Cinelu

Bass: John Giblin

Guitar: David Rhodes

Guitar: Frissi Karlsson

Keyboards: Jon Carin

Keyboards: Kevin McAlea

BVs: Albert McIntosh, Bob Harms, Jacqui Dubois, Sandra Marvin, Jo Servi, Kate Bush

 

Watching Them Without Her

Featured spoken word: Albert McIntosh

Featured spoken word: Bob Harms

 

Watching You Without Me

LV:  Kate Bush

Drums: Omar Hakim

Percussion: Mino Cinelu

Bass: John Giblin

Guitar: David Rhodes

Guitar: Frissi Karlsson

Keyboards: Jon Carin

Keyboards: Kevin McAlea

BVs: Albert McIntosh, Bob Harms, Jacqui Dubois, Sandra Marvin, Jo Servi, Kate Bush

 

Little Light

Piano: Kate Bush

Featured Choir: Albert McIntosh, Bob Harms, Jacqui Dubois, Sandra Marvin, Jo Servi

 

Jig of Life

LV: Kate Bush

Drums: Omar Hakim

Percussion: Mino Cinelu

Bass: John Giblin

Guitar: David Rhodes

Guitar: Frissi Karlsson

Keyboards: Jon Carin

Keyboards: Kevin McAlea

BVs: Albert McIntosh, Bob Harms, Jacqui Dubois, Sandra Marvin, Jo Servi

Featured spoken word: John Carder Bush (Narrator of poem)

 

Hello Earth

LV:  Kate Bush

Drums: Omar Hakim

Percussion: Mino Cinelu

Bass: John Giblin

Guitar: David Rhodes

Guitar: Frissi Karlsson

Keyboards: Jon Carin

Keyboards: Kevin McAlea

Featured Choir: Albert McIntosh, Bob Harms, Jacqui Dubois, Sandra Marvin, Jo Servi

 

Morning Fog

LV: Kate Bush

Drums: Omar Hakim

Percussion: Mino Cinelu

Bass: John Giblin

Guitar: David Rhodes

Featured acoustic guitar: Frissi Karlsson

Acoustic guitar: Jon Carin

Accordion: Kevin McAlea

BVs:  Albert McIntosh, Bob Harms, Jacqui Dubois, Sandra Marvin, Jo Servi

 

ACT III

 

Prelude

Featured spoken word: Albert McIntosh

Synth, BVs: Kate Bush

Keyboards: Jon Carin

Piano: Kevin McAlea

 

Prologue

LV: Kate Bush

Piano: Kate Bush

Drums: Omar Hakim

Percussion: Mino Cinelu

Bass: John Giblin

Guitar: David Rhodes

Guitar: Frissi Karlsson

Keyboards: Jon Carin

Keyboards: Kevin McAlea

BVs: Albert McIntosh, Bob Harms, Jacqui Dubois, Sandra Marvin, Jo Servi

 

An Architect's Dream

LV: Kate Bush

Drums: Omar Hakim

Percussion: Mino Cinelu

Bass: John Giblin

Guitar: David Rhodes

Guitar: Frissi Karlsson

Keyboards: Jon Carin

Keyboards: Kevin McAlea

BVs: Albert McIntosh, Bob Harms, Jacqui Dubois, Sandra Marvin, Jo Servi

 

Painter's Link

LV: Albert McIntosh

Keyboards: Jon Carin

Piano: Kevin McAlea

BVs: Kate Bush, Bob HarmsJacqui Dubois, Sandra Marvin, Jo Servi

 

Sunset

LV: Kate Bush

Featured vocal: Albert McIntosh

Drums: Omar Hakim

Percussion: Mino Cinelu

Bass: John Giblin

Guitar: David Rhodes

Guitar: Frissi Karlsson

Keyboards and acoustic guitar: Jon Carin

Accordian: Kevin McAlea

BVs: Albert McIntosh, Bob Harms, Jacqui Dubois, Sandra Marvin, Jo Servi

 

Aerial Tal

LV: Kate Bush

Piano: Kate Bush

Keyboards: Jon Carin

Guitar: David Rhodes

 

Somewhere In Between

LV: Kate Bush

Featured vocal: Albert McIntosh

Drums: Omar Hakim

Percussion: Mino Cinelu

Bass: John Giblin

Guitar: David Rhodes

Guitar: Frissi Karlsson

Keyboards: Jon Carin

Keyboards: Kevin McAlea

BVs: Albert McIntosh, Bob Harms, Jacqui Dubois, Sandra Marvin, Jo Servi

Tawny Moon

LV: Albert McIntosh

Drums: Omar Hakim

Percussion: Mino Cinelu

Bass: John Giblin

Guitar: David Rhodes

Guitar: Frissi Karlsson

Keyboards: Jon Carin

Keyboards: Kevin McAlea

Synth: Kate Bush

 

Nocturn

LV: Kate Bush

drums: Omar Hakim

percussion: Mino Cinelu

Bass: John Giblin

Guitar: David Rhodes

Guitar: Frissi Karlsson

Keyboards: Jon Carin

Keyboards: Kevin McAlea

BVs: Albert McIntosh, Bob Harms, Jacqui Dubois, Sandra Marvin, Jo Servi

 

Aerial

LV: Kate Bush

Drums: Omar Hakim

Percussion: Mino Cinelu

Bass: John Giblin

Guitar: David Rhodes

Guitar and charango: Frissi Karlsson

Keyboards: Jon Carin

Keyboards: Kevin McAlea

 

Among Angels

LV: Kate Bush

Piano: Kate Bush

 

Cloudbusting

LV: Kate Bush

Drums: Omar Hakim

Percussion: Mino Cinelu

Bass: John Giblin

Guitar: David Rhodes

Guitar: Frissi Karlsson

Keyboards: Jon Carin

Keyboards: Kevin McAlea

BVs: Albert McIntosh, Bob Harms, Jacqui Dubois, Sandra Marvin, Jo Servi
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Pekka
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01 Oct 2016, 18:08 #4

^Thank you, BB!Where did you get all this??
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Blackbird Braille
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01 Oct 2016, 18:08 #5

PRESS PHOTOS
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Blackbird Braille
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01 Oct 2016, 18:14 #6

Pekka wrote:
^Thank you, BB!Where did you get all this??
Just put the link in the first post.
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Pekka
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01 Oct 2016, 18:14 #7

Oh wow!
So there ever was only one recorded take of Never Be Mine, and it was one of the run-throughs without audience!
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Blackbird Braille
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01 Oct 2016, 18:25 #8

And of course we've seen these but seems to make sense to include them here.

4-LP VINYL EDITION

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3-CD EDITION
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01 Oct 2016, 18:34 #9

Reading this, does anyone get the impression that Concord will also be issuing a US edition of physical releases on vinyl and CD?
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01 Oct 2016, 18:40 #10

"This is the audio document."Kate doesn't say this is the document. That leaves room for another document - possibly.This is wishful thinking, of course.
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Blackbird Braille
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01 Oct 2016, 18:59 #11

She's clever, that KT. Image
And I do believe there will be a physical US release. So now I'll have to get a Fish People vinyl and a Concord vinyl for a comparison!
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01 Oct 2016, 19:40 #12

It'll be interesting to see how she's mixed The Ninth Wave with the subdued audience, it just goes to show that this is more than just a "live" album to her.
Kate music snob and proud of it!
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flower of the mountain
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01 Oct 2016, 21:52 #13

I could have sworn I saw Kevin McAlea play the Uilleann Pipes during Jig of Life, but it's not mentioned in the liner notes for that song.
ETA: I see they do mention that he played the Pipes in the general credits, though.
and all the time the light is changing...
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01 Oct 2016, 22:03 #14

Thank you, Blackbird. Great work!

I did think at first that 'subdueing' the audience track was a bit of Director's Cut-style reworking via the back door, but then I thought it's a good idea to tone the crowd down because their reactions in certain places will not make sense to anyone who hasn't seen the show and will appear to be completely out of context, so yes it makes sense. Neil Young did a similar thing for one of his live albums and it was still mighty and fully balls-out rock.
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01 Oct 2016, 22:12 #15

Also forgot to say that the dedication to Ian Newton is a beautiful gesture, it was never in doubt.
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01 Oct 2016, 22:24 #16

Brilliant work BB, very interesting info here and I'm also bouyed up to think that the wording "audio document" leaves the door open for a "video document" later. (ps. I bet Roger Waters is kicking himself that he didn't think of releasing an audio of "Roger Waters: The Wall Live" before releasing the dvd).
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01 Oct 2016, 23:52 #17

I definitely though she wasn't releasing a video, now not so sure...

Also, IF a video is released it could have different audio (from the nights of filming) or be mixed differently which is why she may do two separate releases?
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curdey
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02 Oct 2016, 00:27 #18

Interesting (in a very good way!) that people's hopes of a visual document of the show is still possible - from reading the liner notes, the impression I got was that this is the only form the concert will take. Always hoping though! Image
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Aerial Suli
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02 Oct 2016, 03:33 #19

wow they really spilled all the content for the booklet! but very interesting. I love how proud she seems of the show. and if they can get a good audio from the filmed version of the show then I hope there is still a chance for a "visual document" for the show one day.
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02 Oct 2016, 05:01 #20

I agree, Suli - and just the fact she actually acknowledges the filming (a first!!!) is a very good sign. We know it happened yes, but she has never mentioned it herself - and to mention it in the same liner notes that say, "This is the audio document" is VERY promising, indeed. If she wanted to distance herself from the filming she could have easily not mentioned it.
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