PJ Harvey - PJ Harvey On Tour - Please Leave Quietly album flac
Title: PJ Harvey On Tour - Please Leave Quietly
Style: Alternative Rock
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Filmed at various shows throughout the 2004 uh-huh-her tour-i filmed at a number of shows by myself initially then gradually built an ever increasing crew/number of cameras so I was able to experiment with pixelcams,infrared,placing lipstick cameras at edge of cymbol one night & strapped to a guitar neck the next or putting a camera directly overhead u. Mike Patton, Mondo Cane - Teatro Caupolicán, Santiago, Chile, Sep.
On Tour: Please Leave Quietly.
PJ Harvey wants you to know. Well, she doesn’t really want you to know, but she wants to give you the impression that she’s letting you into her private world and therefore giving you the satisfaction that comes with such knowing. Filmed during her 2004 tour in support of her seventh album, Uh Huh Her, Please Leave Quietly is an artfully constructed look at Harvey’s stage show. Longtime collaborator and director Maria Mochnacz seamlessly weaves a multitude of textures and performances together without losing a beat or lip-synch, reaching beyond the performance at hand and turning the video document into an artistic statement of its own.
Includes: PJ Harvey EPK, "Uh Huh Her", "Down By The Water", "It's You", "Big Exit", "A Perfect Day Elise", "Who The Fuck?", "The Letter". I've always hated live shows, hated live albums," claims Polly Jean Harvey. So, she set out to put together something that recreates the "ramshackleness" of the concert experience. The good news is that On Tour captures Harvey, Rob Ellis, Josh Klinghoffer, and Dingo in all their intensity while on the road in 2004 . I just saw PJ live for the Let England Shake tour and she was marvelous.
Filmed during 2004's Uh Huh Her tour across Europe and the USA, this is PJ Harvey's first live DVD. Why she's resisted for so long is answered in a snippet of the self-filmed interview that intersperses the backstage and live footage. I've always hated live shows, hated live albums," she admits. However, she successfully captures the broken routine of life on the road, and Harvey's incendiary live persona.
PJ Harvey claimed, "I've always hated live shows, hated live albums," so she tried something different with this film by allowing director 'Maria Mochnacz' to film her during most of the "Uh Huh Her" tour in 2004.