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Amazon.com: 11 件のカスタマーレビュー
A classic concert with excellent sound2018年11月27日 - (Amazon.com)
A wonderful transfer of the original VHS concert. Yes, it's only 4X3 but the audio track is fantastic in both 5.1 and 2 channel PCM. Bonus material is a bit of a disappointment but this was filmed before such things were a necessity. A must have for any Level 42 fan.
Yes, ALIVE at Wembley2007年5月31日 - (Amazon.com)
Loved this concert so much I went out and bought a spare VHS tape of it, I don't have a DVD player (that will work with me. lol) and find the VHS STILL much more nicer, (alot easier for me to work really), Every song, once again, are CLASSICS, I can't really pick a favorite because I love the who tape, some fav's LOVE GAMES, CHINESE WAY, SOMETHING ABOUT YOU (but of course!!), Lessons In Love, And MORE, SO MUCH MORE. I never tire of this concert tape perfomance and have almost worn out the first copy I was lucky to find. And must we get into Mark Kings performance especially? All the members of the band, Mike, Phil, Bob and the backup players are FANTASTIC. I rate this 6 stars out of 5. (not meant as a typo, really that great).
Ernesto Morales Ramos
For Level 42 enthusiasts only!2010年2月11日 - (Amazon.com)
Level 42 started out as a jazzy, funky alternative to the lame euro-pop that dominated most of the 80's airwaves. Powered by lead bassist, Mark King, whose dazzling spanking technique puts him on my top 10 list of all time bass players, the group had a nice combination of soulful melodies with punchy tunes. It is my appreciation, however, that Level 42 is a group that was meant for intimate club settings rather than bombastic stadium concerts, and I think this video proves my point. They just don't look the part of barnstorming mega-performers - they're simply very accomplished musicians trying to fit the part! It's an uncomfortable fit, and although they do come out musically dexterous, their showmanship seems a little too small and forced for this arena. So, my recommendation is listen, don't watch! I mean, there's nothing that's going to hurt your eyes, mind you, but in an era when dazzling stage displays seem the norm, Level 42's performance in the height of their 80's fame seems, well, a little understated. I would rather recommend more recent videos featuring Mark King with a new set of musicians simply because he seems more relaxed and interested in his musical performance than the theatrical antics which this type of 80's venue demanded.
Paul A. Fucito
The Best Way To See Level 42 - LIVE2002年8月16日 - (Amazon.com)
Level 42 was at its very best on stage and this video shows the band during the height of their international success (they remained a hit in Europe through the 1990's of course) with the original line-up. While you get amazing live rendiditons of all the hits like "Something About You," "Lessons In Love," "Leaving Me Now" and "Hot Water" (which includes Mark King suspended from wires above the stage and an amazing "fret cam" view), you really get to see just how talented each member was and how the crowd at Wembley just goes nuts. Think you've seen an amazing bass solo? Not until you watch Mark King's lightning fast fingers during his spotlight solo have you truly seen one. I still wonder how his fingers didn't just begin to smoke. Many of you may have caught this back in 1987/88 when MTV aired the entire concert uninterupted (you know, back when they used to play, oh, I don't know.... music videos). For any Level 42 fan this is a must have. If you are a casual fan, this will force you to buy even more Level 42 music so be warned. On a side note, the "Live At Wembley" CD is NOT the same concert as this one. The CD was recorded in 1989 with Alan Murphy and Gary Husband following the departure of the Gould brothers. This title pops in and out of print so grab it while you can.
M. L. Mitchell
The King of Bass2007年6月27日 - (Amazon.com)
Mark King is arguably the best bass musician to ever make the majors. It is hard to fathom while listening to and watching this dvd, that Mark had only been playing for about eight years. For Mark, the original instrument of choice had been the drums. It is pure joy to sit back and enjoy this fine time capsule of Level 42 at Wembley, as 1986 wound down. Mark King sings and plays to an enthusiastic full house during the high point of Level 42's musical career. Shortly after this stellar achievement, Boon and Phil Gould left the band. It is great that this dvd captures the original line-up at their best. Mike Lindup is the perfect compliment to Mark's vocals and a master musicain, as is the entire line-up, including Krys Mack on sax, and Annie McCaig on back-up vocals. The level of musicianship this band displayed is phenomenal and all captured on this dvd. All of the big hits are here, making this a must have for the fans who enjoyed the more jazz/pop fusion the band veered toward as the eighties pressed on. This live recording captures the pure joy of making music. This material does not come across as dated eighties tunes. There were no bands playing this type of music so it sounds timeless. The sound quality is excelent as well as the picture. There is also a video of the song "Running in the Family", and "The Sun Goes Down". And if that is not enough there is an interview with Mark King from 2005. This dvd is thoroughly enjoyable from start to finish. The songs are: Fashion Fever, World Machine, Children Say, Love Games, Leaving Me Now, The Chant Has Begun, Lessons in Love, The Sun Goes Down, Something About you, Hot Water, The Chinese Way, (although the last is not mentioned on the cover) Enjoy.