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Don't Try This At Home (DVD, 2002)

Don't Try This At Home / The Making Of V
At last! A full length Spock's Beard concert with good quality film and sound! This was actually shot by a professional crew with 5 cameras and big cranes and the whole deal. Not by someone with a camcorder. I know it's hard to believe, but it's true! And it's on DVD! Witness the Beard in all their glory during the DAY FOR NIGHT tour of Europe. This performance features everything the band is known for: stunning technical ability, spot on vocal harmonies, complex arrangements, and a heavy dose of rockin' good fun. Including a rare feature performance of the complete Healing Colors of Sound, Spock's Beard demonstrate why they are known as one of the great live prog bands!



Set Contains:
  1. Day For Night
  2. In The Mouth of Madness
  3. Skin
  4. Gibberish
  5. June
  6. The Healing Colors of Sound
  7. Go The Way You Go
  8. Ryo's Solo
  9. The Doorway
  10. The Light
  11. Squonk
  12. Waste Away / Fire
PLUS!

THE MAKING OF V - DVD

A real look inside the recording process of Spock's classic V CD!! Includes the band recording at Kevin Gilbert's studio, overdubs at Al, Ryo & Neal's houses, lyric writing sessions, kids dancing to Tarkus, and Ryo recording the intro for The Great Nothing! Professionally edited by Phil Satterley and narrated by Neal Morse, this 2-hour film will make a great edition to your Beard collection.
DELUXE BONUS EXTRAS
  • All On A Sunday music video
  • The Doorway live acoustic in-store performance
  • June live in Chicago, with special guest
  • Go The Way You Go live at The Whiskey
  • Space Truckin' live in Lansing
  • Day For Night studio sessions
  • The legend of The Morse Brothers
  • And more surprises!
DOLBY DIGITAL SOUND Total Running Time: Approx. 300 minutes
REGION FREE Will play in any player NTSC & PAL
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