Six months later?Drico One wrote: ↑Sun 08 Apr 2018, 8:25 pmI had those videos as well, but other than the sentimental value, most have been superseded by DVD. I don't really see the point of Television, Showbusiness, Promotion, or Various in a world of PopArt.
I am pleased that Performance made it to DVD. Highlights was a pretty poor value video - as indeed were the others, with their paltry six tracks or so - so Performance and PopArt - along with the essential Ultimate DVD (those BBC performances are gold) - probably meet my visual needs. Cubism, A Life in Pop, and Pandemonium are all nice-to-haves rather than essential in my book. Montage was a mess. Somewhere was mediocre.
No, Performance, PopArt, and Ultimate do it for me. Peak PSB. I don't think I'm arsed about the forthcoming - allegedly - Super DVD or Bluray. The modern shows are best seen live, enjoyed, and then forgotten about until they revisit your city six months later. Performance was truly once in a lifetime, so the recording has evocative impact.
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