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Adele Live at the Royal Albert Hall (2011)

Not Rated | | Documentary, Music | Video 29 November 2011
A live concert performance of Grammy-winning pop/soul sensation Adele Adkins at the Royal Albert Hall in London.


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Credited cast:
Adele ... Self
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jo Allen Jo Allen ... Wired Strings - Violin
Stephanie Cavey Stephanie Cavey ... Wired Strings - Violin
Sarah Chapman Sarah Chapman ... Wired Strings - Viola
Rosie Danvers Rosie Danvers ... Wired Strings - Cello
Samuel Dixon Samuel Dixon ... Self - Bass
Kelli-Leigh Henry-Davila Kelli-Leigh Henry-Davila ... Background Vocals
Sally Jackson Sally Jackson ... Wired Strings - Violin
Bryony James Bryony James ... Wired Strings - Cello
Sharleen Linton Sharleen Linton ... Background Vocals
Miles Robertson Miles Robertson ... Self - Keys
Wired Strings Wired Strings ... Strings
Ben Thomas Ben Thomas ... Guitar
Tim Van Der Kuil Tim Van Der Kuil ... Self - Guitar
Derrick Wright Derrick Wright ... Self - Drums
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A live concert performance of Grammy-winning pop/soul sensation Adele Adkins at the Royal Albert Hall in London.

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22 January 2012 | by idawidowiczSee all my reviews

As I expected, Adele's performance was nothing short of amazing. Vocally and visually, she is stunning. The musical arrangements, instrumentals/vocal backing and atmosphere was a joy to behold. I would have rated this DVD a perfect 10 except for the dizzying and confusing editing/direction. While I realize a certain artistry and visual interest is needed to make any video enjoyable to watch, in this case it was so over the top, that it detracted from Adele's unique talent, that being vocally as well as her easy repartee with the audience. The camera stayed on Adele for no longer than 5 seconds at a time while she performed. And sometimes even less. Switching from Adele to shots of the audience, the architecture, the stage decor, the musicians, and for some ridiculous reason, the chandeliers, with a dizzying speed that made my head spin. Rather than adding visual interest for the viewer, to me, it created nothing short of an irritation which lasted over 100 minutes. During a concert where Adele is the star, and her amazing voice and personality are on showcase, it amazes me that the director sought fit to focus the cameras on almost everything but Adele's beautiful face. Fortunately, the CD was included in the pack, which will be much more often listened to than the DVD. This is heartbreaking for me, because visually, Adele is wonderful to look at - but alas, this DVD direction and editing did not use her beauty and stage presence to best advantage,but rather focused more on the surroundings and decor of the theatre, rather than its amazing star performer.

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