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Kamelot - One Cold Winter's Night (DVD)

One Cold Winter's Night DVD
by Michael Dalakos at 24 December 2006, 7:26 PM

After doing the review for the double live CD of KAMELOT I am lucky enough to also hold in hands the double DVD that documents the visual side of the specific live show. I will not repeat myself on matters of performance since you can read my thoughts about this aspect in the report for the double CD. Let's see what's up when it comes to image…
Well KAMELOT the last couple years have raised their credit when it comes to live shows. Based on a much larger budget than the one the band had in the past KAMELOT now can deliver a much more closer to their demands theatrical performance with several guest appearances, huge light show and a sound that literally kills. Khan as a figure has always been a rather theatrical performer (like Tate from QUEENSRYCHE for example) than rather a head-banger like soooo many other performers out there. Yeah his style is a bit obscure and might seem a bit cold to some of you but its more than obvious he lives every moment in this live show.
The female presence is more than obvious since Khan is heavily supported by three singers while gals on stage appear on several songs, a princess in Nights Of Arabia, Simone Simons from EPICA in The Haunting (as always she looks yummy!!!) and so on.
Thumbs up for the very good work done on the picture: covered with many cameras and by using several effects this DVD keeps the interest level very high all the time. All in all I'm pretty sure that if KAMELOT keep up the success rate they will deliver even grander live shows (why not?).
The second DVD of this release includes some additional live footage, the making of The Haunting, biographies of the band members and a detailed discography of KAMELOT. Definitely the second disk could fit lot more stuff but again its worthy of your attention. In conclusion this is a very good and honest pack that will satisfy the fans of the band. Invest!

4 Star Rating

Disc 1

Intro: Un Assasino Molto Silenzioso
The Black Halo
Soul Society
The Edge of Paradise
Center of the Universe
Nights of Arabia
Keyboard Solo
The Haunting
When The Lights Are Down
Elizabeth (Part I, II & III)
March of Mephisto
Drum Solo
Curtain call/Outro

Disc 2

Behind the Scenes
Band interviews
Making of The Haunting
Up-close interview with Thomas Youngblood at home
 Casey Grillo at ddrum
Interview with Simone Simons from EPICA
Huge photo gallery
Band Bio and Top 5
Thomas Youngblood - Guitars
Glenn Barry - Bass
Khan - Vocals
Casey Grillo - Drums
Oliver Palotai - Keyboards
Record Label: SPV


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