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Although Bela Fleck and his group are somewhat interesting to view - and definitely a different kind of band - this is one of those DVDs that isn't much more than a CD. What I mean by that is that you could just listen to this while doing other things because the visuals here are nothing to watch. The band is not animated, there is no light show, nothing to make this an exciting show to see.
It's mostly, if not all, instrumental jazz music. The band members run the gamut from young and wild-looking to older and more traditional. They are all excellent musicians. The strangest part of this concert was when an Asian man appears for some "throat singing."
Overall, I was disappointed because I really like Fleck more when he's strutting his banjo and helping out others, such as Bruce Hornsby. Fleck is a great "picker" but his band here isn't anything exceptional watch. I'd stick with the CD.
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