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Post by K@ppe » Fri Oct 24, 2014 4:43 pm

Metallica - S&M (2000) 2DVD5 PAL Untouched
(with Michael Kamen) conducting The San Francisco Symphony
Metallica - one of the most heavy bands of our time - with the San Francisco Orchestra Symphoniy. Classical fascination with the unmistakable sound of this band.
If a successful rock or pop band with an orchestra gives a concert, this is now no longer unusual. The times in which established orchestral musicians would have preferred the way in which unemployment a collaboration with pop musicians are over. If hard rockers from Schlage Metallica but play with an orchestra, then listens to the music world. A band whose first LP in 1983 a profound titles like Kill 'Em All was and is known to have no regard to the eardrums of their fans - together with an established symphonic orchestra?

Here is the proof that this collaboration has really taken place and the CD S & M was trimmed not only in the studio using digital technology to orchestral sound: Metallica with Michael Kamen Conducting The San Francisco Symphony Orchestra - S & M means the video for the concert, the orchestra and band gave in San Francisco in 1999 together. Here, Metallica have by no means limited to work their quiet orchestral pieces. A soft-focus "Pop meets Classic" story is not. Songs like "Until It Sleeps", "That Thing That Should Not Be" or "Hero Of The Day" have lost nothing of their hardness. Only that this time the sound frame is put a lot larger than normal.

It's great fun, the band drummer Lars Ulrich, who founded Metallica in 1981, to observe the interplay with the orchestra. The visual translation has failed surprisingly conservative. Apart from minor gadgets like a camera microphone to James Hetfield's vocal mic, the camera always endeavors about more than just represent a small portion of events, in the style of classic concert videos. This is not MTV history, in a setting applies as long, only because there has been no cut once for three seconds. With S & M gives viewers rather an overview of the concert and thus passes into the concert events. And that is what distinguishes a live video from a live CD!

At a time when conquer in the more and more so-called musicians the market that give rise to the question whether they may all have been bred in the same clone lab for spot-free, steeled teen stars with washboard abs, Metallica prove with this video that it out there on the big music market, still are musicians who are not afraid of experiments. Finally Metallica are known not just as a musical aesthetes and their trip with the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra also could have been a flop. Their courage but was worth it. As the video proves.
Performers: Metallica, San Francisco Symphony Orchestra
Director (s): Wayne Isham
Format: Color, Dolby, Full Screen, PAL, Surround Sound
Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo)
Subtitles: English, German
Region: All Regions
Aspect Ratio: 4: 3 - 1.33: 1
Number of Discs: 2
Rated: Unrated
Studio: Warner Music Group Germany
Release date: June 12, 2000
Production year: 1999
Playing time: 190 minutes

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Video: MPEG-2, PAL, 8340kbps, 720x576, 4:3, 25,000 fps
Audio: English, AC-3, 2ch, 256kbps, 48 kHz
Audio: English, AC-3, 6ch, 448kbps, 48 kHz
Subtitle: English, Dutch, France, Italian and Spanish
Playtime: 3:16:00s
[K®]-Metalica and the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra (2000).rar  [7.72 Gb]

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