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Rick Wakeman's "The Six Wives Of Henry VIII" is one of the landmark albums of the seventies, a critical and commercial success that has sold in excess of 15 million copies worldwide. In May 2009, Rick Wakeman finally achieved his long held dream of performing the entire album live at Hampton Court Palace. It was the first time the whole album had ever been performed in concert & included the Henry VIII track "Defender Of The Faith," that had to be cut from the original album for space reasons, plus new opening and closing pieces. The two spectacular sell out concerts were a never to be repeated event and this DVD shows why they will live long the memory of all those fortunate enough to attend.
1) Tudorture / Henry's Fanfare
2) Tudorture / "1485"
3) Catherine Of Aragon
4) Kathryn Howard
5) Jane's Prelude
6) Jane Seymour
7) Defender Of The Faith
8) Katherine Parr
9) Anne Of Cleves
10) Anne Boleyn
Bonus Materials: Behind the scenes with Rick.
Awesome concert. If you are a fan then you must see this. When I purchased, only the DVD was available. Then after I got it the BD was suddenly available. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Bill Denny
Have been a fan of Rick Wakeman's since his Yes days. Seen him live after he split from the band a couple of times but only recently found this Blu-Ray with live performance of... Read morePublished 8 months ago by AR2
I was hoping to see a performance of this work, but the DVD is, sadly, unavailable. It is claimed to be out-of-stock but after a year of trying to obtain a copy I have lost hope.Published 22 months ago by Dennis Krill
Loved Brian Blessed! Next best thing to being there. Sound quality was also great. Thinking about getting Journey to the center of the earth next.Published on February 16, 2013 by ROBERT W WILSON
Production was flawless. A massive stage hold all musician having the Hampton Court's facade as background and audience was spread over a big backyard. Read morePublished on February 12, 2013 by RicaPall
ANYONE WHO REMEMBERS "YES", AND STILL RESPECTS THE MUSIC OF THE 70'S, SHOULD OWN THIS LIVE PERFORMANCE. IT IS WORTH THE PRICE. SIT BACK AND ENJOY!Published on October 9, 2012 by Tim
The problem with these remaining progressive rock icons--Wakeman and Keith Emerson come to mind-- has never been their skills as musicians, which are mighty. Read morePublished on September 4, 2012 by Dale 3433
This performance at the historic Hampton Court Palace, is the fulfillment of a dream for keyboardist extraordinaire Rick Wakeman. Read morePublished on August 21, 2012 by trebe
I was gladly surprise by the quality of this masterpiece. The sound is excellent, the video is more than decent (yet it is too much focus on Wakeman and drumers performance and... Read morePublished on February 15, 2012 by marcelo1961