This seventh and final installment of the Anthology of the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra covers the years 2000 to 2010, a rich period in the orchestra's history largely characterized by the changing perspectives of a new century. Indeed, it was in 2004 that Riccardo Chailly relinquished his position as chief conductor, to be replaced by the Latvian maestro Mariss Jansons, who shifted the orchestra's focus more towards Tchaikovsky, Richard Strauss and Shostakovich. A generation of orchestral players retired and were succeeded by a group of outstanding young musicians, most of them hailing from outside the Netherlands, resulting in a growing internationalization of the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra. Also in this period, the launch of the orchestra's own in-house record label, RCO Live, breathed new life into its rich recording tradition.
Naturally 7 came into being in 1999 in their home city of New York. Seeking to revolutionize the a cappella music genre, the seven vocalists not only created beautiful harmonies, but broke new ground by creating the rhythm tracks (including guitar, drum, bass, and horn sounds) with their voices alone. Calling their new approach to instrument-free music "vocal play," the band wowed audiences all over the States, leaving concert-goers in disbelief.
This live concert film captures a post-Chinese Democracy era Guns N' Roses performing in late 2012 at The Joint in Las Vegas' Hard Rock Casino. GN'R namesake Axl Rose leads a revamped version of the band (including former Replacements member Tommy Stinson on bass and longtime Guns collaborator Dizzy Reed on keyboards) through almost three hours of material…
Join Chris & Phil in the studio as they take a look at the Techno genre - watch the REWIND completely FREE below - then follow on with the full Fast Track Build where they create a full track, start to finish - LIVE.