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Tanglewood 63 - Colosseum - Theme From A Reunion (CD, Album)


The second part of the DVD is a superb rockumentary about the reunion and the future album recording sessions, but also and mainly the historics of Colosseum from their career start to the ultimate demise of the group. Plenty of superb filming from those heydays, Album) of interviews from the musicians all of them, Reeves and Litherland includedbut their management and crew also.

Absolutely perfect, and even if Hiseman takes the centre-role, he does not pull all the cover to himself either. Absolutely perfect and almost a dream come true!!! A must and maybe the only five star in their catalogue besides the second Tanglewood 63 - Colosseum - Theme From A Reunion (CD Suite album.

If you have this DVD there is really no need to buy the studio albums unless you are a big fan or collector.

This is the ultimate Colloseum product. The highlight for me is without doubt the complete Vallentyne Suite in what I consider it's ultimate version. Much better than the original studio album version. Have fun and enjoy the use of our website. IsraBox - Music is Life! Colosseum - Live CologneJazz Rock. Hot Day In Koln 3. Slipper Baths 2. Stonamman 3. Spree 4. Slipper Tanglewood 63 - Colosseum - Theme From A Reunion (CD 2 5. Chairside Thumper faded out. Oh Yeah Promo Crip One More Night Disc 2: Spoon Vitamin C Untitled 1 2.

Untitled 2. Few session Plus Bonus Tracks 1. BBC'74 8. Ice Cream for Crow Rehearsal, Instrumental tracks only, no vocals. Captain Beefheart Great Compilation - Mirror Man Upon The My -O- My Full Moon, Hot Sun Crazy Little Thing Improvisation Album) This Is The Day Hot Head Introduction Best Batch Yet Dirty Blue Tanglewood 63 - Colosseum - Theme From A Reunion (CD Safe As Milk Flavor Bud Living Bat Chain Puller Big Eyed Beans From Venus.

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For specific non-comment-related questions, consult the message board. For reading convenience, please open the reader comments section in a parallel browser window. In my quest for world tolerance, I have nevertheless more or less tended to avoid jazz-rock outfits so far - not being a particular lover of jazz because I'm an asshole who doesn't get jazz, hear that, people?

I think I'm serious hereI tend to view "jazz-rock" with a lot of scepticism because usually it sounds just like jazz with electric guitars, and since I don't review jazz, it's a rather mean trick to make me review jazz by disguising it as rock, right? But, as usual, to every bad rule there's a good exception, and Colosseum is one of these.

Like every respectable experimentalist, the band allowed itself to go shitty from time to time. Not bad, but working on your soul isn't exactly the main occupation Album) these guys. Well, they sorta pioneered fusion, I guess, even if they weren't alone.

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