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PNYC: Portishead - Roseland New York (1998)

Video  -  Documentary | Music  -  10 November 1998 (USA)
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Portishead concert in the Roseland Ballroom, New York City, on the 24th July 1997 with tracks from the albums "Dummy" and "Portishead" played by the band and a 30 piece orchestra.

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Geoff Barrow ...
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Beth Gibbons ...
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Adrian Utley ...
Himself - Portishead
Dave MacDonald ...
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John Baggott ...
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Alfred Brown ...
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Harold Coletta ...
Himself (viola)
Clive Deamer ...
Himself (drums)
David Finck ...
Himself (bass)
Susan Follari ...
Herself (viola)
Will Gregory ...
Himself (oboe, baritone saxophone)
Joyce Hammann ...
Herself (violin)
Nick Ingman ...
Himself (conductor, bass)
Suzie Katayama ...
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Portishead concert in the Roseland Ballroom, New York City, on the 24th July 1997 with tracks from the albums "Dummy" and "Portishead" played by the band and a 30 piece orchestra. Written by Marco Radke <radke@krypta.aball.de>

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Damn, I Love PORTISHEAD!!!!
11 June 2006 | by (St. John's Abortion Clinic) – See all my reviews

This review is a BIG departure from the normal horror/gore/sleaze that I review - but I must say that I'm a HUGE P-HEAD fan and am mad at myself for not coppin' this DVD earlier. As far as "live" music is concerned - I've seen literally thousands of bands live, from SLAYER to STEELY DAN - and if there is any one single band that I never got to see live and could make it happen - it'd be these guys (and girl...)...

Backed by a full orchestra - PORTISHEAD does every song that you want to hear done live - and does it spot-on...period...

If you're a PORTISHEAD fan - you MUST see this. Make sure to also peep the "special-features" as it showcases all of their commercially-made videos and their short film - TO KILL A DEAD MAN. If you are even a marginal P-HEAD fan - pick this joint up immediately. If I had to have any gripe about this DVD - it would be that the songs are so well done that they sound straight off of their albums. You can take that as a good or bad thing. I was hoping for a little more "improvisation" - but it didn't much happen. I also think that PORTISHEAD is deserving of a little more of a "stage-show" which this concert is not - it's a pretty straight-forward showing of them doin' what they do best - but backed with a full orchestra. In other words - even with my minor gripes - this has already become one of my "most-watched" DVD's in my collection...15/10


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