As much as I hate to see Bill left on the short end of the deal. There is some good out of this product. I'm located in London, Ontario, Canada and I can't remember the last time I saw one of Bill's cds reviewed locally. But last week there was one in our local "Scene" magazine.Many thanks for posting that, Dempsey...a nice review.
Along with Bill's set the Metroplis sets from the Zombies and Van Der Graaf Generator were reviewed. The Zombie cd/dvd set was rated with a B+, as was VDGG's offering. Bill rated an A.
FYI - here's the content of the review:
"Bill Nelson is one of the premiere cult figures in the UK music scene of the last 40 years, having gained international fame fronting his prog-rock quartet Be Bop Deluxe in the mid-Seventies and then shedding his skin to become one of the first champions of the electronic music trend in British rock. After issuing an impressive catalogue of solo records (many are now collector's items), Nelson came out of his Yorkshire hideway/lab to play this rare live show at London, England's Metropolis Studios for an adoring audience. The tracks range from the early days of his career to the present day and include his beautiful instrumental tribute to late Big Country frontman Stuart Adamson. Filmed in HD and recorded in theatre-quality DTS sound. Recommended. - Rod Nicholson A"