Steve Vai

Steve Vai – Where the Wild Things Are (2007) 2BD Edition – Blu-ray 720p MPEG-2 PCM 2.0 + BDRip 720p

Title: Steve Vai – Where the Wild Things Are
Release Date: 2007
Genre: Rock

Production/Label: Favored Nations
Duration: 03:40:00
Quality: Blu-ray
Container: BDMV
Video codec: MPEG2
Audio codec: DTS, PCM
Video: MPEG-2, 25,4 mbps, 720p (16:9), 1280×720
Audio #1: English (PCM 2ch, 1538 kbps), English (AC3 5.1ch, 448 kbps), English (AC3 2ch, 192 kbps)
Size: 42.79 GB

With over 25 million career album & DVD sales around the world, Steve Vai will soon be adding to these figures with the release of his new concert film, Where The Wild Things Are. Two Blu-Ray containing nearly 3 hours of Steve Vai in concert, along with cool bonus footage that includes exclusive interviews with Steve’s band members and Steve’s viral hit promotional video for the Jemini pedal.

Disc 1
1. Paint Me Your Face
2. Now We Run
3. Oooo
4. Building the Church
5. Tender Surrender
6. Band Intros
7. Fire Wall
8. The Crying Machine
9. Shove the Sun Aside (Dave Weiner Solo)
10. I’m Becoming
11. Die to Live
12. Freak Show Excess
13. Apples in Paradise (Violin Solo)
14. All About Eve
15. Gary 7
16. Beastly Rap
17. Treasure Island
18. Angel Food
19. Earthquake Sky (Jeremy Colson Solo)
Disc 2
20. The Audience is Listening
21. The Murder
22. Juice
23. Whispering a Prayer
24. Taurus Bulba
25. Liberty
26. Answers
27. For the Love of God
• Commentary – an audio commentary with Steve Vai, Ann Marie Calhoun, Jeremy Colson, and Michael Mesker. I have to say that this is a very interesting commentary. I actually listened to it from start to finish as I found it to be incredibly informative. Vai, Calhoun, Colson, and Mesker basically deliver what I could only describe as a masterclass. The music, the performances and the program are addressed in detail.
• In the Steve Vai Band – introduction (11 min) and short interviews with Alex (2 min), Ann Marie (5 min), Bryan (4 min), Dave (10 min), Jeremy (8 min), and Zack (6 min), in which they talk about what it means to them to be part of Steve Vai’s band, what he demands from them, how they prepare for their live shows, etc. (1080i).
• Jemini Distortion Pedal – Steve Vai discusses a distortion pedal he designed with Ibanez. (11 min, 720p).

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