Live in Buenos Aires DVD (2001)
Album Artwork
Track List
Title Length
1 Lancelot and the Black Knight 5' 24"
2 Catherine Howard/Catherine of Aragon
3 The Visit 7' 36"
4 Journey to the Centre of the Earth 16' 16"
5 Catherine Parr 9' 35"
6 Merlin the Magician 11' 24"
7 Buried Alive 6' 46"
8 1984 9' 59"
9 Starship Trooper 14' 11"
Artist List
Name Instrument
Rick Wakeman Keyboards
Adam Wakeman Keyboards & Backing Vocals
Tony Fernandez Drums & Percussion
Damian Wilson Vocals
Ant Glynne Guitars & Backing Vocals
Lee Pomeroy Bass
Catalogue
Type Cat No. Label Country
DVD PAL DVD1095X Classic Pictures Worldwide
Miscellaneous Information
Equipment Studio Engineering
•Recorded at the Gran Rex Theatre in Buenos Aires, Argentina •Live - Ian Barfoot
Rick's Perspective
Notes
Wakey's Verdict
Little Known Trivia
Reviews

Tor Espe on 09/09/2008 [Other reviews by Tor Espe ]

Absolutely love this DVD. Have had the pleasure of listening to a bootleg from Sao Paolo on the same tour(my all time fav boot!) and this DVD have all the good songs.


Angel Muņoz on 05/08/2005 [Other reviews by Angel Muņoz ]

A very good DVD, the new style, a wonderful duet (Adam, Rick), and the favourite and classic songs, I really love it, I recommend to you


David Momberg on 27/10/2003 [Other reviews by David Momberg ]

I just received this DVD in the mail 2 days ago and have watched it 3 times already. The video and audio quality are exceptional, and the band is extremely tight. There are a couple of camera miscues, and a few times that Damien Wilson's vocals could have been a little louder in the mix, but otherwise it is pretty flawless. The highlights to me are the opener "Lancelot"(which you don't see performed very often),"Merlin"(with the incredible dueling keyboards with rick's son Adam), and the closer "Starship Trooper". A must have for all fans!!!


Peter H. Kort on 28/03/2003 [Other reviews by Peter H. Kort ]

Great! What a wonderful show. I very much liked the "duelling keyboards"-part where Rick and his 'little Ninja' seem to be trying to outplay each other. I also found the "Behind the music"-documentary part very interesting and enlightening. A MUST for every Wakeman fan!


Reniet Ramirez on 03/11/2002 [Other reviews by Reniet Ramirez ]

A must. I think it has a great set list. "Buried Alive" from "Return...", a great medley of "1984" with unbelievable bass solo. If you love the GUITAR solos from "Clasic tracks" & "Live at Hammersmith", you fall in love with this version of "Catherine Parr". Some YES, etc. BOTTOM LINE: Another WILD Wakeman concert!!! :) Plus it has a bit of "RW Behind the Music"


Tim Boudewijn van der Wart on 13/12/2001 [Other reviews by Tim Boudewijn van der Wart ]

Really terrific, esspecially Merlin, where Adam and Rick both play on a portable guitar like keyboard, extremely fast! You have to get used to the singer tough, but that is the problem with a lot of Rick's albums. 1984 is great too! It is a very very good buy, as all his dvd's are, and you will get official bootleg live for free along with it!


Kevan James on 03/10/2001 [Other reviews by Kevan James ]

This is the live recording Rick's music has long deserved. The choice of material is inspired, performed by a terrific line-up, and the whole package looks and sounds fantastic. It was recorded on a different night to the "Out of the Blue" album, so you get completely different versions. This well worth buying - fantastic stuff!!