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Genesis - Live at Wembley Stadium 1987


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  • Actors: Tony Banks, Phil Collins, Mike Rutherford, Daryl Stuermer, Chester Thompson
  • Directors: James Yukich
  • Producers: Elizabeth Flowers, Paul Flattery
  • Format: Color, DVD-Video, Live, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: NR
  • Studio: Atlantic
  • Release Date: Nov. 10 2009
  • Run Time: 120 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0001JXOOO
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #59,988 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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Filmed at Wembley Stadium during four sold-out concerts to an audience of 288,000 during the "Invisible Touch" tour. This DVD contains 14 classic Genesis hits, including "Abacab," "That's All," "Land of Confusion" and "Tonight Tonight Tonight." The DVD al

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on June 11 2004
Format: DVD
IF YOU LIKE THE GABRIEL ERA THEN YOU REALLY HAVE NO BUSINESS RATING THIS & GIVING IT ONE STAR. IM NOT A 'POSER' FAN LIKE ONE IDIOT SAID. I'VE GOT EVERY STUDIO ALBUM. FROM 'FROM GENESIS TO REVELALATION' TO 'FOXTROT', 'WIND & WUTHERING', 'INVISIBLE TOUCH' & 'CALLING ALL STATIONS'. YOUR NOT A GENESIS FAN, YOUR A PETER GABRIEL FAN, SO SHUT UP!
GREAT SONG SELECTION, GREAT SHOW, LOT OF ENERGY!
MAKES (THE ALSO GREAT) 'DANCE TOUR' DVD LOOK BORING
ALL GENESIS FANS...who really ARE Genesis fans...THIS IS A MUST
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on June 12 2004
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If you are a Genesis purist and hate their 80's popular music, don't get this video. On the other hand, speaking as a child of the 80's and a drummer, I think it's great. I loved Genesis's ABACAB and self titled stuff, which rocks at this concert. The dueling drum songs are way cool! The picture and sound quality seem good, certainly as good as you could expect for the time. The band is in top form, Phil Collins is an fantastic live singer.
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It is silly to compare this concert to Genesis with Steve Hacket/Peter Gabriel. I love the old stuff... Selling England BTP is one of my favorite, but I like Trick of the Tail just as much. I like the new stuff too. Yea it is not as complex, but I don't think musc has to be comples to be good.
The concerts in the 80s and 90s were lively and fun and this DVD is a great presentation of that period.
There are some great songs on this DVD. The recording and camera work are excelent also.
You can not deny theat Tony banks is a great musician and composer. Phil collins has a lot of presence (and fun) on stage.
By the way Glen, Daryl is a great musician too. Check out his playing with Jean Luc Ponty or his solo work (yes, he does compose.) Chester is also a very acomplished drummer and plays on Steve Hacketts Tokyo Tapes DVD (I am watching it right now - all I can say is WOW). His career includes years with Frank Zappa, and Weather Report.
I think this is a well produced DVD.
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By A Customer on May 13 2004
Format: DVD
The last reviewer needs to watch a few more episodes of Star Trek and calm down. Yes this is Genesis at their "pop" best, but lets not turn this into an Gabriel/post-Gabriel Genesis debate, which judging from all of his other reviews, he does repeatedly. I doubt he even watched the video, which by the way, for the casual reader is only OK at best. As a Genesis fan I bought it to add to the collection but I would not recommend it to the casual fan, its got too much of a Miami Vice feel to it to be truly enjoyable. Do not, I repeat, NOT buy the Tokyo Tapes DVD. Buy the CD. While the music is pretty good, it is the most lame show in the history of concerts, absolutely zero stage presence by any of those so called non-sellout real musicians or whatever the previous reviewer called them. Chester (funny how he is not considered a sellout, but Daryl is (Daryl's recent solo stuff is fantastic, by the way)) and John Wetton steal what little show there is on the Tokyo Tapes, not Hackett. Finally, for the previous reviewer to say a "real rock" band like Yes never "sold out" and played pop is stupid, you ever heard "owner of a lonely heart" (you know its much better than an owner of a broken heart) or what about "rhythm of love"?
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By A Customer on April 8 2004
Format: DVD
Genesis finally have their 2 best live videos on dvd. This one is the Wembley show from the Invisible Touch tour. I believe the video version was just titled "Invisible Touch Tour" (if memory serves me correctly) Genesis have always sounded better live than in the studio. This dvd shows them at their best. I don't really even like the Invisible Touch album, but those songs all sound excellent live. Domino, Brazilian, Home By The Sea, and Los Endos are my personal faves, but the whole dvd is great.
My complaints? Well, maybe it's just the copy I have, but during the parts where the stage is darker, the lights are dim, the picture constantly looks like I'm watching an old TV and I'm sort of picking up another channel. I don't remember the video version having that problem. Like I said, maybe it's just my dvd that does that. My other complaint is they left off too many songs. In Too Deep, In The Cage, and part of Supper's Ready were performed, but they never put them on the video or dvd. During the documentary, they're even talking about those songs and showing clips! Just teasing us! They should have included the whole show. Other than that, any true Genesis fan should get this dvd. Even people who aren't big fans, but know the songs will enjoy this dvd.
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I'm an obsessed Genesis fan from way back. I first saw this performance on VHS in 1987 and have since found it to be a favorite concert of mine. But, I always felt the sound on the VHS was lacking depth. Well, they fixed that with this DVD release! I do not have a 5.1 system, but even on a 2 channel system, the 5.1 mix is superb. The sound ranks up there with the sound on the Roxy Music "Live At The Apollo" DVD. As others have noted, it is a superior concert to the "Way We Walk" DVDs.
So, why only 4 stars? Well, it's not perfect because the "In The Cage/In That Quiet Earth/Apocolypse in 9/8" medley is not here. It wasn't on the video either, but I figured certainly they would include it on the DVD. Nope. Ah, but aside from that ommission, it is the best Genesis concert video yet available. I don't even like the "Invisible Touch" era that much, but these live versions are quite good. And they fixed the sound problem with "The Brazilian" (on the VHS version, the moment in the song where it's just the 2 drummers, the sound is noticeably quieter than the rest of the song -- it's all been fixed).
Highlights for me:
"Abacab" -- best live version of this song I've heard. Ramped up some and not as tired as the version on "Three Sies Live" (1982). I hear this and I remember why I was so smitten with this band.
"The Brazilian" -- This is one of Tony's best songs and, while the version here shows little change over the album version (some solo drumming), it's still great to see this song performed live.
"Domino" -- A better performance than "The Way We Walk" DVD and more energy than the album version.
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