I still love this disc. My ancient review can be found here. If you can find it, it's definitely worth picking up.There used to be a review of that one on dvdangle from our member Felix E. Martinez but the archived version is gone too.
I don't remember was Felix wrote, but I gave another listen today to this DVD-A I don't play very often, although I bought the original CD when it came out in 1999 (Japanese import !).
I was a fan of Steve Stevens then, especially for his releases with the the super trio comprised of himself and the mighty Tony Levin and Terry Bozzio.
I've always been surprised that DTS Entertainment picked that album for the full DVD-A treatment, given the relative confidentiality of Steve Stevens since his Billy Idol's days, but... I must admit that the surround mix and the fidelity are top notch.
The consistency of this "flamenco fusion" is a bit tiring in the end, but technically speaking, it's a shining DVD-A.
I recommend it for people who like guitarists, and who want very discrete mix.
Funny Neil mentions the Esteban disc - just playing this now for the first time and my thought was that this is similar to the Esteban - Enter the Heart DVD-A!I've only just discovered this one, having obtained it in a trade lately.
It's superb, it really is - although the title is pretty much a misnomer, as the only real flamenco stuff is the opener.
As far as "Under The Radar" titles go, this one is right up there alongside another little known guitar title - Esteban's "Enter The Heart" (also a DTS Ents release).
Anyone looking for Billy Idol type riffing is going to be out of luk here, but it is seriously well mixed & beautifully recorded.
A solid 9 from me. Highly recommended
Is this Flamenco DVDA-Go Go doing it for you so far LK?Funny Neil mentions the Esteban disc - just playing this now for the first time and my thought was that this is similar to the Esteban - Enter the Heart DVD-A!
Well, if you're going to derail then it has to be to a multichannel release. CD?, c'mon! :ugham:sorry for the slight derail...
Today I played in my commute the Bozzio Levin Stevens "Situation Dangerous" CD...to me , it's WAY more inspired than the "Black Light Syndrome" released later..I mean, it's REALLY F*CKIN' AWESOME!!!!!