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  • Actors: Transatlantic
  • Directors: Transatlantic
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Metal Blade
  • DVD Release Date: October 25, 2010
  • Run Time: 120 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002YSVZX2
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #85,270 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Editorial Reviews

3 ½ hour set list features Live Performances of:

*The Whirlwind
*All of The Above
*We All Need Some Light
*Duel With The Devil
*Bridge Across Forever
*Stranger In Your Soul

DVD includes live set + 2 hours behind the scenes tour documentary, a truly fascinating and humorous look at the band in their own words!

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Picture quality is great.
MusicFan
It's the best Transatlantic's DVD and a must for the fans of the band and for any prog rock lovers!
Rock Yours
They are all such great musicians.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Ian Martin on November 15, 2010
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Yes, this is easily the most uplifting, joyful prog rock concert I have had the privilege to watch on DVD. Here are a group of mature, brilliant musicians enjoying what they do in the intimate venue of Shepherd's Bush Empire, London. And the packed crowd laps up every moment that lasts for over three hours. This is no cold, clinical performance but rather a warm evening of smiles of musos and interaction of the crowd.

Neal Morse sings with his usual passion with nods and shouts of encouragement as Mike Portnoy flays away with a flurry of cross sticking. Watching the interaction between Transatlantic is worth the price of DVD alone. Pete Trewavas on fat bass (plus harmony vocals), stands next to the drums, and not only feels the pulse of the bass drum, but throughout the show turns to face Portnoy during intricate passages. Listen to Trewavas's full, rich bass tone particularly on "All of Above". Guest, Daniel Gildenlow, sings, fills in our keyboards, jumps and power chords his way adding to the enthusiasm, while Roine Stolt, seems serene on the most intricate guitar riff. The great camera work catches all these interesting glances, action and band spontaneity. (No artistic flourishes, intrusive fades or flash camera work - but rather good, clear, crisp footage.)

The concerts begins with the 78 minute opus 'The Whirlwind". From soaring melodic guitar lines to full throttle band with organ, keyboards, overdriven guitar and harmony vocals, this contains both light more acoustic sections to dark almost prog metal interludes. Overall this is accessible music with everything from styles of Yes, Kansas to Grateful Dead jamming and Crosby, Stills and Young harmonising by everyone in the band.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By A fan from Meriden, CT on November 1, 2010
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I have been looking forward to this DVD for months ... even more as footage from the High Voltage festival started showing up on YouTube. And I was definitely NOT disappointed.

First off, "The Whirlwind" Live is absolutely STUNNING ! And the guys played their guts out, running through the close to 80 minutes with barely time to take a breath. Then after a short intermission, they come back with "All of the Above." I will say that I prefer the version on "Live in Europe" better, but they still do a phenomenal job. Next up is "We All Need Some Light" with Roine doing the lead vocals this time out. A welcome change that did a lot to freshen this up. Finally they close out the set with "Duel With The Devil" which is just as fantastic as ever.

Next you need to swap discs for the encore. They start out with "Bridge Across Forever" which is just ETHEREAL live. And then they close out with the crowd pleasing "Stranger in Your Soul." 6 Songs, 3+ hours of music ... but wait - there's more !!!

I will say that I have only watched a little of the "Behind the Scenes" and I haven't seen any of the Interviews - yet ! So I'll hold off on any commentary for now ... which brings us to the final bit of Ear Candy .... "Return of the Giant Hogweed" with Steve Hackett from the High Voltage festival. This is every bit as great as you'd expect & watching Steve & Roine trade guitar solos near the end is worth the price of admission.

I will agree with the other reviewer's one criticism that the 5.1 mix was not used as well as it could have. Which really is surprising since Roine did the mix himself. But I'm assuming it was done on purpose, so I'll give him the benefit of the doubt & not knock off a star for it. If you're a fan - go buy this disk & make plans to block out 5 hours of time so you can take it all in.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Rock Yours on October 28, 2010
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The picture quality on this dvd is excellent, the music is always good with this supergroup. There's a lot of material here,a 3 hours show, 2 hours behind the scene where we can see Neal Morse and Mike Portnoy played the first role with some good laughs at times. The special treat of this DVD is the extra song in the bonus; "Return of the Giant Hogweed" played with no other than Steve Hackett. My only complaint about this double DVD is the 5.1 sound. There's not much sound to create the surround sound. It's often use to hear the crowd, sometimes the sounds of Daniel Gildelow instruments, and the sounds coming in the rear speakers are too low.

It's the best Transatlantic's DVD and a must for the fans of the band and for any prog rock lovers!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By E. Garrett on November 27, 2011
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I am almost at a loss for words at this DVD. Before watching this, all I knew of transatlantic was that Mike Portnoy & Neal Morse had this little project. After watching this concert, I am now a huge fan & I'm already purchasing all their albums. Any fan of Dream Theater or Spock's Beard will be very satisfied with this DVD. It opens up with the epic "The Whirlwind", a song that spans the length of an entire CD (79:52) & the title (& only) track from the band's third studio album "The Whirlwind", which this tour is supporting. A lot of mood & time signature changes in this lengthy epic story piece. Up next is "All of the Above" from their first album, "Stolt, Morse, Portnoy, Trewavas". Another lengthy song, but only clocks in at about 30 minutes (30:18 to be exact). This one is far more upbeat & lively than "The Whirlwind" & also manages to tell you a story in the midst of all that is going on all at once. At this point, Portnoy aptly notes "we've been on stage probably for more than two hours at this point, We've only played two songs so far" Then Mr. Neal Morse picks up his 12-string acoustic guitar & he & Roine Stolt wow you with more of their beautiful singing & guitar playing in the mellow, largely acoustic, & short (8:39) "We All Need Some Light", Then things ramp up again with the lively & also lenghty (28:31) "Duel With the Devil" which closes out the disk, but not the concert, which is so long, they need a second disk for the last two songs.Read more ›
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