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Gabriel may be less wired than before, but he commands the arena with effortless charm and charismatic presence, his voice retaining all its paradoxically fragile power. Presented in an understated blue light and shot in an unobtrusive, gimmick-free style, the concert begins and ends in virtual darkness with Gabriel alone at a keyboard; from the opening "Here Comes the Flood" to the final "Father, Son," Growing Up is rock theater of rare intimacy, emotion, and intelligence.
The DVD is presented with a flawless 16:9 anamorphically enhanced picture and three soundtracks: rich and clear stereo, excellent Dolby Digital 5.1 and even more precise and detailed DTS. The Story of Growing Up is polished nine-minute documentary in which Gabriel talks about his ideas for the tour and the presentation of some of the songs. Tony Levin's View (five minutes) sets the song "More Than This" to photos taken by the bass player. --Gary S. Dalkin
If your a Peter Gabriel fan or not this is one of the best stage shows and performances captured live. Very moving. Sound quality is awesome.Published 6 months ago by Patman
Not too much to say... If you like Peter Gabriel, then this is a very nice show to watch.., Yet, maybe not the best of all.Published 8 months ago by Julio A. Durruty
This was truly a wonderful energetic show of over two plus hours and simply worth every penny of $20.00 here on Amazon.
Sounds fantastic on our 7. Read more
Growing Up Live is one fun concert to watch. Have several concerts of Peter Gabriel and this, to me, is where he is at his finest. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Monty Britton
THIS IS THE A&V QUALITY THEY JUST COULDN'T ACHIEVE WITH SECRET WORLD, INCLUDING THE REMIX.
NOT THE AUDIO MIX I WOULD HAVE DONE, BUT VERY GOOD. Read more
First, I must confess that I am a very avid fan of Peter Gabriel's. With that said, I am also very much a music aficionado and thus would not appreciate a bad production. Read morePublished 18 months ago by JavaGuy
I don't have any details to add that have not already been covered, but as a long-time PG fan I will say this is a delight to watch. Read morePublished 18 months ago by The Texas Clan