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  • Directors: Black Country Communion
  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region A/1
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Studio: Universal Music Canada
  • Release Date: Nov. 21 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #35,529 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By dan'n'company on Jan. 30 2012
Format: Blu-ray
Aside from the obvious talent of these 4 individuals I was pleasantly surprised at the result of this musical combination. They gel very well together and peform to their audience in a manner befitting their experience. The filming is very well done and the sound reproduction does the band justice. The only thing I didn't like was I felt there were too many edits and the focus was not consistently on the musician that commanded the stage at that momnet (i.e., soloing). Over all ... well worth the investment. Highly suggested to those who only think Joe Bonamassa can play blues (which would be enough) and to those who wondered whatever happened to Glenn Hughes.
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If you are in to new Classic Rock there is no better band at the moment than Black Country Communion. Great energy, great performance on stage, great songs, etc.
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Product does not read on my Blu Ray drive on my computer. I updated drivers etc. Have Power DVD 14 Ultra but to no avail. All my others work.
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By Cactus Jack on Feb. 12 2012
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Wow, this is a great live DVD ! The guys are on FIRE !! What else can i say ?!
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21 of 23 people found the following review helpful
It's Just That Good Nov. 17 2011
By David Galloway - Published on
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
The much anticipated release of BCC-live over Europe(Blu-ray) is one Awesome concert experience. From start to finish the sound quality and picture are 10/10 and the set list is non-stop Rock n Roll.The drums are well balanced and the mix is just as you would expect with regard to stage positioning and volume, as well as the lead vocals being in the forfront. The finale with Glen Hughes singing Deep Purples 'Burn' is a fitting finish. I have over 150 quality concert DVD's and @ 50+ are Blu-ray and this ranks in the Best of the Best. Jason Bonham has never sounded better and Joe Bonamassa has matured beyond belief as an elite Rock guitarist/singer. The venue's in Hamburg and Munich.Germany are way into the concerts as well which the band feeds off of throughout each song.Get this as fast as you can and crank it up! The run time says 60 minutes when in actuality at the end of the concert it was 1 hour 48 minutes.
16 of 18 people found the following review helpful
now THIS is rock and roll... Dec 4 2011
By J. Lee - Published on
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Was prepared to be underwhelmed when I saw the lineup. I had never REALLY been a fan of any of these guys, even though I'm a musician, but something about the unlikely mixture just seemed "right", so I bought it without even listening to the demos...

And RIGHT is just the beginning of the words needed to describe this set. "Powerful", "Ageless", "Beautiful", "Loud", "Exciting", "perfect", etc., all come to mind. This is Bar Room Rock the way you WANT it to be: loud, with attitude, and all the pretentiousness of "Spinal Tap" (via Glen Hughes) but it is just SOOO "Right".

As a guitarist, Joe's sound/tone is absolutely KILLER, and I had no idea how wonderfully buttery his vocals were. He takes Hughes to task on some songs and in fact, probably even has a better vocal "purity" than does Glenn, but Hughes has ALL the attitude, despite his age. I really respect that, and it doesn't seem like a "caricature" in this setting.

As someone mentioned, the bass guitar is WAAY understated, but that's about the only sonic gripe I have about this DVD. Probably because they were in small venues, and most of the bass guitar was from the monitor instead of the board, and Hughes was using vintage equipment that doesn't have (now) standard "direct outs" that would allow a significant remix to be done without rerecording the bass. And I am SOOO glad they didn't do any rerecording...the flubs are there, just as a live show, even a live show with professionals---that's how you know it BREATHES and LIVES. I wish more people would "keep it real" and not try to fix every little thing. The "American Idol" Generation has RUINED the ears of the general listening public---"perfect" doesn't mean "good".

If you love vintage rock and roll, or are a fan of any of these guys, or want to hear some GREAT music with just 4 instruments and a lot of attitude, then you've found it.

we need MORE of this kind of music---it's been MIA. So glad BCC has found it!
11 of 13 people found the following review helpful
Get this blu-ray now!!! Nov. 23 2011
By Scott Hays - Published on
Format: Blu-ray
I second Dave's review on this concert. If you are a fan of classic rock, killer vocals, guitar, keyboards and drums, you must get this disc now. I have been a fan of all these musicians for a very long time. Glenn Hughes, the Voice of Rock, has never sounded better than he does on this video. He is a living legend (just check out Deep Purple's Come Taste the Band and Burn for starters). Joe Bonamassa is the best blues guitarist on the planet, and seriously close to one of the best guitarists period. Joe's voice is also stellar. Keyboardist of the starts Derek Sherinian is no slouch either. Check out his latest release Oceana, for some killer instrumental fusion (also highly recommended is his album Inertia). Rounding out the pack is the son of another legend (John Bonham) and a legend in the making himself, Jason Bonham.

If you have even remotely considered getting this blu-ray, then order it now. Stellar performance and sound. As Dave's review stated, I also have a lot of performance video's and this one ranks among the best. This is most definately a 10 out of 10.
11 of 14 people found the following review helpful
great show Oct. 15 2011
By Amazon Customer - Published on
Format: DVD
Ordered this from Joe Bonamassa's website and it came in yesterday over a week before the official release. This is the closest I will ever get to see this band live so to me it is well worth the purchase. The DVD is well produced, the sound is great and the band is ,well what else to expect but great.
17 of 24 people found the following review helpful
Mini-review ~ Black Country Communion ~ LIVE OVER EUROPE Oct. 15 2011
By David Harrison - Published on
Format: DVD
Pre-ordered this thru the BCC website and it arrived a day or two ago, ahead of general release... so here's my 2-cent mini-review...

WOW! What a great video document of an outstanding band in their element and a great way to celebrate your support for what rock n' roll should sound like in 2011.

It truly captures Black Country Communion and the essence of the band, from their tour earlier this year and clearly reminds me of the two shows I was in attendance at in the very beginning of their long live run.

I won't go through the songs, as we're all familiar with them, but standouts to make mention of in this package have to include "Black Country", "Crossfire", "Faithless", "I Can See Your Spirit", "Cold", "The Outsider", "The Great Divide", "Sista Jane" and "Man In The Middle".

It truly captures 100% Glenn Hughes vocally, live in 2011, especially on "Cold", where emotion pours out of his performance at every twist and turn.

This is how a DVD package should be... hopefully in the future, we can expect another of this quality, but from Glenn solo... that would be the icing on the cake!

It's great to hear both Derek Sherinian and Jason Bonham too - they're both at the top of their game. Although live in the flesh, at least at the gigs I attended, Derek S. was low in the mix, so it's good to hear him included a whole lot more here. What can you say about Joe Bonamassa... a real talent for sure and you get to hear him loud and clear.

I really like the way they cut in between some of the songs, either with scenes from the cities their playing or interview segments. Makes for a real sense that your involved from beginning to end. Oh and the rock doc. is cool too... funny as hell in places... great still shots included in the picture gallery as well.

The only real criticisms I have are that there aren't enough crowd interaction shots and too many close-ups... it would of been good to see a more wider angle during some scenes... but neither of these detract from the overall enjoyment... just be sure to crank your volume to 11!

Roll on a titled... No. 3 album!

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