Seeing Is Believing Live
© 2012 Metal Mind Productions (MMP DVD 0198)
live & more
approx. - minutes
The second DVD release of one of the most interesting and original bands on the Polish arty progrock scene! Filmed three years after the release of “Hope To See Another Day Live”, this brand-new DVD documents how much has changed in the band in the meantime: Believe released two more excellent albums, letting their music grow more brilliantly intricate and sublime than ever before; Tommy Rózycki was substituted by the charismatic singer Karol Wróblewski, whose deep and distinctive voice contributes much to the style and mood of Believe’s music since the release of “This Bread Is Mine”; the new keyboard player Konrad Wantrych joined their ranks, enriching their music with his stylish and technically superb soundscapes. With the release of “Seeing Is Believing”, the band led by guitarist Mirek Gil prove they also came to excel as a live act, giving an outstanding performance which will surely be remembered by all the fans who had the chance to see and hear them on that magical evening. The DVD also includes an abundance of bonus features, including over 100 minutes of additional video material: two bootleg videos, and interview with Mirek Gil and Karol Wróblewski and the documentary “Music For One Leg”. Source: label info sheet.
|1. No Time Inside
2. World Is Round
3. This Bread Is Mine
4. And All the Roads
5. What They Want (Is My Life)
6. Lay Down Forever
9. New Hands
10. Cut Me Paste Me
||11. Poor King of Sun / Return
• Interview with Mirek Gil and Karol Wróblewski
• Music for One Leg (documentary)
• Friends for Robert, 2011
• Live at Progresja, Warsaw, 2011
|• Believe is one of Poland’s best progrock bands and watching this video was a pleasure, especially because the band members performed most of their well-received “World Is Round” album.
• Great performances by female violin player Satomi and guitarist Mirek Gil, but vocalist Karol Wróblewski and keyboarder Konrad Wantrych are also assets for this band.
||• I only got the DVD itself for review, which is a shame …
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