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    New Peter Gabriel Video - No Way Out

    Recorded in 2002
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    Thank you for posting, I enjoyed the song.

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    That was a real treat. Thank for posting, thoroughly enjoyed the song.
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    Brilliant, thank you

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    This is an old video from the Up tour promo isn't it? I watched this yesterday and think it's great. Recorded Live in 2002)
    Rachel Z played keys on that tour and she's in this video.
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    Not really new...

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    Well, it was new to me, so thanks for posting!
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    Nice video, and an excellent performance of one of my favorite tunes from UP. Great band.
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    From 2002. Thought PG looked younger. Still nice though.

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    This is a newer concert https://vimeo.com/400909729 Not new concert but recently posted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rickm View Post
    This is a newer concert https://vimeo.com/400909729 Not new concert but recently posted.
    This is amazing to me. Never saw him with an orchestra, didnít even know about it somehow. Verona, Italy. Favoloso! Thanks!

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    Very nice! I don't care if it's "old", it's new to me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sturgeon's Lawyer View Post
    Very nice! I don't care if it's "old", it's new to me.
    My only reference to it being "old" was because when I read the title I thought Peter had recorded a new song with a video and was a bit disappointed.

    I too enjoyed it, and I really liked Rachel Z's keyboard playing on that tour.
    Peter still had hair back then. lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Buddhabreath View Post
    This is amazing to me. Never saw him with an orchestra, didn’t even know about it somehow. Verona, Italy. Favoloso! Thanks!
    I watched part of this concert yesterday and the Orchestra arrangements are very good to my ears. Very good concert.

    Here is the YT video:

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    Quote Originally Posted by rickm View Post
    I watched part of this concert yesterday and the Orchestra arrangements are very good to my ears. Very good concert.

    Here is the YT video:
    One of my least favorite PG concerts, along with Back to Front and that horrible first one where he runs around screaming like Johnny Rotten. His version of the Lamb in that show should be banned from the Universe. lol
    I think Live in Athens is probably my favorite.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Top Cat View Post
    This is an old video from the Up tour promo isn't it? I watched this yesterday and think it's great. Recorded Live in 2002)
    Rachel Z played keys on that tour and she's in this video.
    Yes, I thought a bunch of people would recognize it was filmed in 2002. However, itís production and quality for a YouTube video was good. I had never seen it before, unless it was on a DVD. The studio version of Up is a train wreck and an example of what happens when an artist attempts to use 256 channels. The live tour for Up (I think it was the Growing Up DVD) was much better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Firth View Post
    Yes, I thought a bunch of people would recognize it was filmed in 2002. However, it’s production and quality for a YouTube video was good. I had never seen it before, unless it was on a DVD. The studio version of Up is a train wreck and an example of what happens when an artist attempts to use 256 channels. The live tour for Up (I think it was the Growing Up DVD) was much better.
    It was funny, I had this video pop up in recommendations on YT I believe Sunday and thought at first it was a new one and PG possibly releasing something new.
    I remember reading on the page this was part of a promo he did for the album or the tour(don't remember which).
    The Growing UP DVD is excellent..it's been a while since I've watched it, his daughter sang backup on that? and I believe the pkg had 2 shows, the 2nd one was a bit rawer and stripped down.
    We saw every show he did whenever he came to Michigan, including the first solo show in support of his first album.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Top Cat View Post
    One of my least favorite PG concerts, along with Back to Front and that horrible first one where he runs around screaming like Johnny Rotten. His version of the Lamb in that show should be banned from the Universe. lol
    I think Live in Athens is probably my favorite.
    TBH I've only seen the first few songs so far, but I was really impressed with the orchestral arrangements and the venue. Unlike some perfunctory arrangements accompanying other rock acts, these arrangements struck me as relatively creative and thought through. I will reserve judgement until I've seen the whole. Isn't the case that this was a AXS TV show and had never been on DVD and distributed to a "wider audience"? That's what I read anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Top Cat View Post
    that horrible first one where he runs around screaming like Johnny Rotten.
    Is that one on DVD, or even YouTube?
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    Quote Originally Posted by moecurlythanu View Post
    Is that one on DVD, or even YouTube?
    YouTube.. I'm sure some will like it, I enjoyed the tour but not this version.
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    ^ Thanks. I'll check it out tonight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buddhabreath View Post
    TBH I've only seen the first few songs so far, but I was really impressed with the orchestral arrangements and the venue. Unlike some perfunctory arrangements accompanying other rock acts, these arrangements struck me as relatively creative and thought through. I will reserve judgement until I've seen the whole. Isn't the case that this was a AXS TV show and had never been on DVD and distributed to a "wider audience"? That's what I read anyway.

    ...and yes, Peter is no punk.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Top Cat View Post
    YouTube.. I'm sure some will like it, I enjoyed the tour but not this version.
    That version kind of goes with the original concept of Rael being a punk. Maybe that was the way it would have become the way it was performed in the Lamb musical Peter wanted to work on? I really like it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by paythesnuka View Post
    That version kind of goes with the original concept of Rael being a punk. Maybe that was the way it would have become the way it was performed in the Lamb musical Peter wanted to work on? I really like it.
    This could be. I like most of that Rockpalast performance, but this is a little manic for my taste as well. The encore, right? Probably riding the energy of the crowd a bit, and it was kind of in the height of the punk movement as well; maybe he's channeling a bit of that. Great band, but Tim Capello is really tough to watch.
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