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Journey to the Centre of the Earth - 30th Anniversary Collectors Edition DVD (2005)

Journey to the Centre of the Earth - 30th Anniversary Collectors Edition DVD

#Track TitleLength
1Catherine Parr11m 51s
2Guinevere6m 11s
3Journey to the Centre of the Earth41m 20s
4Catherine Howard10m 0s
5Merlin7m 48s
6Anne Boleyn6m 42s
7Reprise from The Forest11m 13s
8The Lost Journey Documentary30m 38s
Artist Name Instrument Track (where known)
Rick WakemanKeyboardsAll
Ashley HoltVocalsAll
Barney JamesDrumsAll
Gary Pickford HopkinsVocalsAll
Geoff CramptonGuitarsAll
John HodgsonPercussionAll
Roger NewellGuitarsAll
Terry TaplinNarratorAll
The Melbourne Philharmonic OrchestraOrchestraAll
The Melbourne Chamber ChoirChoirAll
Verdon WilliamsConductorAll
Type Cat No. Label Country Other Title
DVD PALDVD8049XClassic PicturesWorldwide
Equipment Studio Engineering
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  • Recorded at the Sydney Myer Music Bowl in Melbourne, Australia on February 4th 1975
  • Documentary recorded Shepperton Studios, UK during January 2005
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In January 2005 for the very first time in 30 years Rick Wakeman and original band members Roger Newell, Ashley Holt, Barney James and Gary Pickford Hopkins were reunited at Shepperton Studios. Between them they had their own exclusive never seen before Super 8mm footage which was filmed during their amazing Journey and this documentary shows them at the time and today with interviews and many funny stories - This is a fascinating insight into their unforgettable Journey and life on the road across the globe – A collectors dream.
Rick's Perspective
Notes
Wakey's Verdict
Little Known Trivia
Reviews

Fendall Hill on 13th August 2005 [Other reviews]

This is a thoroughly enjoyable and well produced DVD with, considering the age of the footage, surprisingly good sound quality. Needless to say the musicianship of Rick, the band, vocals, choir and orchestra (except for the atrocious brass section) was brilliant! The renditions of Merlin and Anne Boleyn were a real highlight, and the hymn "The Day the Lord..." - Rick's lead-in and performance of that hymn always affects me personally more than any strictly sacred piece I know. The classical guitar is exquisite. I'd heard about the blow-up dinosaurs, but to see them in "action" made me laugh uncontrollably loudly. The "Lost Journey" documentary was real fun, as was the whole DVD.