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Description: Claude D'Anna's movie of Verdi's Macbeth is a gloomy affair, stressing the descent into madness of the principal villains. It's acted by the singers of the Decca recording of the opera (with two substitutions of actors standing in for singers) and the lip-synching is generally unobtrusive. The musical performance is superb, conducted by Riccardo Chailly with admirable fire, and sung by some of the leading lights of the opera stages of the 1980s. Shirley Verrett virtually owned the role of Lady Macbeth at the time, and she delivers a terrific performance, the voice equal to the role's wide register leaps and it's suffused with emotion, whether urging her husband on to murder or maddened by guilt in the Sleepwalking Scene. Leo Nucci's resonant Macbeth may lack the ultimate in vocal color and steadiness (his last notes of the nice aria Pietà, rispetto, amore are wobbly) but he compensates with intensity in both singing and acting.
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This is an interesting look at Wings in their early days. The unique was a network tv unique in 1973. The band contained Denny Laine, Henry McCullogh, Denny Seiwell, Denny Laine, Paul and Linda. The present is quite amusing, but all the melody played is very good. I really enjoyed the song The Mess. The ver of My Love is cute cool too. It is various than the record. They enjoy a song named Must Sing, Must Dance that was never recorded on tape but was written for Cilla Black for her TV present Cilla. I acquired a bootleg copy of the video. If you can receive your hands on it, take a look. A gotta have for any major McCartney fan!
As had already been demonstrated before ("Magical Mystery Tour") and after ("Give My Regards To Broad Street"), I think it's fair to tell that Paul is better with a bass in his hands than a film camera.Offered the possibility by TV impresario Lee Grade to create his own hour long (including advertisement space) special, McCartney jumped at the possibility seeing it as an ideal occasion to highlight his newest melody and more particularly his newly established band Wings.The songs are mostly very nice with McCartney obviously by actually regaining his writing chops, which in fact was to culminate in his solo career high album "Band On The Run", just months after this TV movie was aired, although ironically by then, two of his Wings had been shorn, which sort of gives the lie to the jokey band questionnaires place up at the begin of proceedings.After starting with a studio performance in front of myriad TV screens, there's an odd narcissistic segment with McCartney strumming and singing some of his acoustic numbers (including the then unreleased "Bluebird") on a studio stool as a fawning Linda takes up close and private snaps of her man, okay Paul we receive it, you're the singer, she's the photographer.After that we're returned to a band studio performance with accompanying orchestra which handily come in on cue on the dreamy string-soaked ballad "My Love" before a brief pastoral interlude with the band testing alfresco, surrounded by sheep, naturally for his much derided hit single of the time "Mary Had A Tiny Lamb" and an awkward promotion movie with Macca dressed up as a reporter in an office pool for the hit single from "Ram", "Uncle Albert" / "Admiral Halsey".The entire piece then lurches alarmingly as Paul sees fit to remind us all where he came from by returning to his Liverpool roots by taking his band down the local pub where he mingles in very staged fashion with the locals indulging in a pub singalong as of course happens in each local each night in old Liddypool. Really embarrassing.It only gets worse as it's followed by McCartney giving full-vent to his old-time melody predilection with his 30's styled fresh number "Gotta Sing Must Dance", replete in the white tails we hoped he'd thrown away after "Your Mother Shoukd Know" from "Magical Mystery Tour", finished with a cast of Victor Victoria-garbed dancing girls.Thankfully, things improve with a live band rendition of his dynamite Bond theme "Live And Allow Die", (including insert sequences from the Roger Moore movie) an encore number in his live set even today.The very worst part follows with vox-pop renditions of different Beatles songs by universally out-of-tune members of the public, the funniest being the town guy who mangles the words as well as the tune of "Yesterday" which then cuts abruptly cuts into a live Wings gig, in front of a grooving audience, where the band performs fine if ragged versions of one of his greatest and least known rockers "The Mess", the superb "Maybe I'm Amazed" and the high-energy set closer "Long Tall Sally". I think I'd rather have had an hour of this entire concert as the band really cooks but then I was hardly the goal audience I think.The last number is an embarrassingly promoted solo-version of "Yesterday" with Paul apparently encouraged to do the number by the band who meekly look on, sat on their hands. I guess the thinking for this mixed-bag production was to demonstrate McCartney's all-round entertainer status, but in the end it comes over as confused and unfocused.
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