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Old 12-31-2017, 09:36 AM
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A few months ago, Stevie herself said the 24kg concert that was filmed was being edited for a DVD release. It was on a link that was posted to this board.
They're probably being overzealous with the post production and it will result in a delay of the release just like the In Your Dreams documentary.
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Old 12-31-2017, 11:46 AM
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They're probably being overzealous with the post production and it will result in a delay of the release just like the In Your Dreams documentary.

Then I would expect this thing to look and sound off the charts great, since the raw footage YouTube videos from this show are perfectly fine to my eyes and ears.Maybe itís a matter of trimming the talking to a reasonable level!
I also agree with whoever said a CD would almost be even better. Maybe a soundstage sessions 2 with all the lesser played songs included plus gold dust woman.
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Old 12-31-2017, 04:17 PM
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Well, everyone's different. For me the aesthetics of Stevie matters as does the sound of the voice and her ability to move. Without these things, her being a 'poet' isn't enough to warrant an expensive concert ticket. Some people say that they'd pay through the nose to listen to her recite a phone book in bunny slippers, I've heard that kind of nonsense since the days of the old FM/Stevie board on AOL in the early 1990s. To which I say, REALLY? lol
Just to be clear, what I wrote wasn't that she could look horrible or recite a phone book. i just wrote that in the footage and concert I'd seen she looked fine, and that if her worry was that she looked her age, well, that shouldn't be a worry. Also, I totally get wanting her to look like Stevie (i.e. the shawls and top hat, boots, etc) but we were talking about releasing a DVD here and not going to see her in concert, or at least that's what I thought were were commenting on. I agree that no, I don't want to hear her sing the phone book, but maybe you were responding to what other people said because that's not what I said or meant to say. Anyway, let's hope she releases something in which she sounds great and looks like...Stevie.

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They may be waiting to release it next year during the Mac tour, to drum up more sales. Kinda makes sense from a marketing perspective. I do have my doubts that it will ever see the light of day. Stevie mentioned in a recent interview that she still wears beautiful clothes, even if she's too fat for them. Her words, not mine. So perhaps watching the footage changed her mind about the release? I sure hope not.
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They may be waiting to release it next year during the Mac tour, to drum up more sales. Kinda makes sense from a marketing perspective. I do have my doubts that it will ever see the light of day. Stevie mentioned in a recent interview that she still wears beautiful clothes, even if she's too fat for them. Her words, not mine. So perhaps watching the footage changed her mind about the release? I sure hope not.
I have no doubts that the DVD will see the light of day.
This was her most successful solo tour of her career.
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Stevie is silly if she thinks she is too fat.
She looks terrific.
Especially nearing 70 years old.
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I have no doubts that the DVD will see the light of day.
This was her most successful solo tour of her career.
Which ironically was in support of the least successful album of her career!
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Which ironically was in support of the least successful album of her career!
We all bought it though, right??
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The Soundstage (?) is a top-notch production as a production. Is it on Blu-ray? Maybe the Stevie camp thinks that that one was so good, there's not much reason to release another live disc while some people are still buying the Soundstage. There are two Lindsey Buckingham concerts from recent years on Blu-ray, and, enjoyable as they both are, market people might consider it saturation.

But cable has a couple of live-concert channels, and you would think that one of the Stevie + Pretenders shows would have been aired by now.
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The Soundstage (?) is a top-notch production as a production. Is it on Blu-ray? Maybe the Stevie camp thinks that that one was so good, there's not much reason to release another live disc while some people are still buying the Soundstage. There are two Lindsey Buckingham concerts from recent years on Blu-ray, and, enjoyable as they both are, market people might consider it saturation.

But cable has a couple of live-concert channels, and you would think that one of the Stevie + Pretenders shows would have been aired by now.
Nah. Stevie's Soundstage took over 2 years to air after it was shot.
This is normal.
It has barely been a year since the "24KG" show was shot.
It will air and then be released on DVD.
It isn't over-saturation, as it's been about 10 years since her Soundstage aired and then was released on DVD.
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Nah. Stevie's Soundstage took over 2 years to air after it was shot.
This is normal.
It has barely been a year since the "24KG" show was shot.
It will air and then be released on DVD.
It isn't over-saturation, as it's been about 10 years since her Soundstage aired and then was released on DVD.

apparently being announced in the next day or two
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apparently being announced in the next day or two
Seriously? That is awesome. I am just curious, how do you know? I sure hope you are right!!
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[quote][apparently being announced in the next day or twoQUOTE]
What is your source?
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