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Van Halen - Live: Right Here, Right Now


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  • Actors: Michael Anthony, Sammy Hagar, Alex Van Halen, Edward Van Halen
  • Directors: Mitchell Sinoway
  • Producers: Carolyn Mayer, Jeff Scruton
  • Format: Color, DVD-Video, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: 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: Warner
  • Release Date: Oct. 26 1999
  • Run Time: 120 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (35 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: 6305459649
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #40,419 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By K. Wyatt on April 28 2004
Format: DVD
For several years I've listened to the Right Here, Right Now CD and wanted to see this concert but never ran across the earlier VHS version of this so I was very surprised and delighted to see this DVD available for sale. Granted, this DVD is a VHS transfer but who cares. This is an outstanding DVD of Van Halen's For Unlawful Carnal Knowledge tour, from beginning to end this DVD displays what an outstanding rock group they were with Sammy Hagar in the lead vocal position.
There are those out there that have said that Van Halen was better with David Lee Roth but I wouldn't go that far. Both versions of Van Halen had their particular sound to them, both of which I've enjoyed over the years, when you add Sammy Hagar to the mix though, their music is incredible.
The DVD is a mix of several concerts and some brief interviews. Although it is slightly distracting with cutting between different concerts and cloths on the same songs it's no real big deal. As a live bind, their sound is incredible and all four of their solos are absolutely wonderful. There are a couple of songs where the transfer isn't all that great, leaving a grainy picture, but who cares, for someone like myself who wanted to but never made it to one of their concerts this is a great find. That being said, it's great to see them back together again and my tickets are purchased for their "re-union" tour!
I highly recommend this DVD to any and all fans of Van Halen as it is a great example of just how great a band they are live! {ssintrepid}
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As a videographer, I found the approach used in filming this rather interesting. The footage was taken from two separate shows and spliced together. Hence, as one reviewer pointed out, it looks as though Sammy n' the boys are regularly changing between songs. While some might find this irritating from a 'lack of consistency' perspective, I can definitely see the advantages of using this approach on a practical level (something inevitably goes wrong during a shoot and backup footage is invaluable).
Personally, I found both the audio and visual elements brilliant. You really get the feel of being admist the crowd and witnessing something that is unlikely to happen again (sadly most VH fans are still coming to terms with this). Full kudos to the director. However, I was dissapointed to learn that not all the songs from 'Right here Right now' live CD are on this dvd, namely 'Give to Live' (the band didnt play this song on both nights) and 'One way to Rock'. In addition some backstage footage would have been nice. Regardless, the dvd gets a definite "buy" recommendation from this die hard Van Halen fan. Grade B+
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By A Customer on July 15 2003
Format: DVD
A "live" concert video should be just that..a "LIVE" concert
video? Why can't the producers of these "live" shows get it
in their heads that fans want the show, the whole show, and nothing but the show?
If anyone thinks it's not a total distraction to see Sammy Hagar change clothes back and forth six or seven times EACH & EVERY song, you're sadly mistaken? I actually got dizzy watching all the dress changes! Ok, the sound quality is pretty good, and the song list fairly impressive (not enough early Halen stuff though)? But what keeps this DVD sitting on my shelf unplayed most of the time is the terrible editing job, which went out of its way to let us know this video was shot over 2 nights (a fact they announced before the show begins), almost cramming that fact down our throats! And yes Mr. Big Time Editor, believe it or not that does turn off many fans who want to see the show the way it's meant to be seen, LIVE! I'd settle for the band wearing the same clothes both nights when filming a concert video; at least I can "pretend" that what i'm hearing and seeing are the same thing? If you must have this VH concert in your collection, my advice is buy the 2 cd set (more songs anyway), sit back, close your eyes, and enjoy the show without worrying about getting dizzy! =)))
I give it 3 stars for fairly good and fairly annoying!
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By "jimmy23" on Jan. 8 2003
Format: DVD
"Live: Right Here, Right Now" is not Van Halen at their best, but it's good enough. I am a huge Van Halen fan, and, perhaps, I was just over-anxious to see this concert, but there were aspects about the film that disappointed me. No. 1: the video footage was spliced together from two shows. So, you could be watching one song, and, in the middle of the song, Sammy Hagar's outfit would change. That became a nuisance. No. 2: Eddie Van Halen doesn't display his usual over-the-top energy during this show. No. 3: the song selection could have been better. Since this was taken from the "For Unlawful Carnal Knowledge Tour," there are too many songs taken from that album, leaving little room for precious older songs. But most of the songs work and work well!
However, the sound is top-notch. If it's sound quality you want, not much beats this. Michael Anthony's bass solo sounds out of this world. (You die-hard VH fans will recognize a portion of "Sunday Afternoon in the Park" in the middle of it. Alex Van Halen's solo is, indeed powerful and impressive, but a little too long. Eddie Van Halen's solo is a definite crowd-pleaser and it's very good, but I've definitely heard better solos from him. Finally Sammy Hagar's solo ("Eagles Fly") is a nice acoustical change of pace.
"Live: Right Here, Right Now" is a good DVD, and worth the price, but it lacks the energy and fun of "Live Without a Net."
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