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|Rick Wakeman - The Classical Connection|
Actor: Rick Wakeman
Genres: Music Video & Concerts, Musicals & Performing Arts
A unique opportunity to share in the mirth and music of the maestro of the keyboards. Rick Wakeman, seven times voted the world's greatest keyboard player, performs a series of outstanding new interpretations of some of h... more »
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High on talent-Short on Music
Joseph O'Donnell | Simsbury, CT USA | 05/24/2000
(3 out of 5 stars)
"As a keyboardist who group up on Tony Banks (Genesis), Rick Wakeman (Yes), and Keith Emerson (ELP), I of course relished the chance to listen and critic this DVD. I already own Rick's other DVD "Rick Wakeman Live" and I have to say it is better. This DVD has some wonderful songs, but not enough of them (only 7 total). You can tell that the concert contained many more songs but were edited out. Rick of course was great, but it could have had some more songs. The sound (5.1) was good, but not stupendous. The video was good and definitely provided some good shots of Wakeman. Elenor Rigby was the best song showing Wakeman's dexterity and creativity. In conclusion, if you are a serious fan, you must have this for your collection. If you are mildly interested, you can get by without it and buy "Rick Wakeman Live" instead."
He is the Master.
Thomas A. Bonavita III | Sterling, VA United States | 03/08/2001
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Spectacular performance from a genuine maestro. The recital style of this concert was geared toward true appreciation of such rare brilliant talent. Mr. Wakeman's ancedotal chats provided entertaining background to some of the songs and past tours. The only complaint I have is there should have been more material included in this fantastic performance."
A Genius at work
jim pembury | CHATTERIS, CAMBRIDGESHIRE United Kingdom | 07/26/2000
(4 out of 5 stars)
"An excellent 52 mins worth of Rick, although would rather have paid more and had more songs. Nonetheless good value for money if you are a true Rick Wakeman fan. Eleanor Rigby by far the best track, Ricks anecdotal ease also added to the enjoyment."