Denver & The Mile High Orchestra - Live At Long Hollow

Published Thursday 12th October 2006
Denver & The Mile High Orchestra - Live At Long Hollow
Denver & The Mile High Orchestra - Live At Long Hollow

RATING 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8
FORMAT: DVD Music video
RELEASE DATE: 2006-03-10
RRP: £15.31

Reviewed by Philip Croft

Denver Bierman and the Mile High Orchestra have found a marketing niche for themselves in the crowded CCM scene and are a Christian throw back to the sounds of Glenn Miller and other artists who "swing when they're winning". I have to be honest and admit that big band jaz and swing aren't my favourite styles of music but this certainly got my feet tapping and gave me a real positive feeling inside which is definitely no bad thing. Okay, the presentation is cheesy in places and some of the misguided attempts at humour are cringe worthy but then American tastes differ. Fans of swing and the big band sound, which is after all back in fashion, will no doubt love this Christianised version of the sound of the '40s while the visuals add a certain charm to the proceedings.

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Product Description
Christian music's premier big-band perform both the sonic and visual elements of their high-energy stage show for home audiences on this live concert DVD, which pulls out all the stops to showcase the ensemble's musical buffet of swing, jazz, pop, R&B and funk, all rolled-up into one captivating big band package. Features include: Rare Acoustic performance including the songs, Behind the Scenes footage including Candid interview with Denver Bierman. Plus backstage footage, Bloopers and More!

It should play in most UK DVD players but please check before ordering. NTSC 4:3 Linear PCM

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