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GABRIEL PETER - Growing Up Live & Unwrapped (Blu-ray + DVD)

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GABRIEL PETER - Growing Up Live & Unwrapped (Blu-ray + DVD)Format: DVD / Cat No: ERBRD5300 / Released: 14/10/2016

More information: Filmed in high definition, this stunning live film is now being released on Blu-ray for the first time. In 2002 and 2003, following the release of his album “Up”, Peter Gabriel went on the road with his “Growing Up” tour, once again collaborating with production designer Robert Lepage to create a spectacular and theatrical live experience.

The tour took in thirty-two cities across the USA, Canada and Europe with this concert film, directed by Hamish Hamilton, being shot over two nights at the FilaForum in Milan in May 2003 with Peter Gabriel and the band performing “in the round” at the centre of the arena.

The Blu-ray also includes the “Unwrapped” film (shot in standard definition), which explores the world behind the songs featured on the “Still Growing Up” tour. This sees Anna Gabriel take over the director’s chair with the collaboration of Hamish Hamilton. A simpler approach suggested a different set list and Peter, Hamish and Anna were determined that this should be filmed in a very different style. It shows Peter Gabriel as many of his fans love to see him, just playing the music.

As an added bonus Anna Gabriel’s film “Growing Up On Tour – A Family Portrait” has also been included. The second disc is the DVD of “Still Growing Up Live”, which was also shot in standard definition. In 2004, the “Still Growing Up” tour took Peter Gabriel and his band into smaller and more intimate venues in contrast to the large arenas chronicled in the “Growing Up Live” film. Award-winning director Hamish Hamilton reunites with Peter Gabriel for this concert film. Includes Sledgehammer, In Your Eyes, Solsbury Hill, Digging In The Dirt, More Than This, Red Rain, Growing Up, Mercy Street, Here Comes The Flood, Games Without Frontiers, Biko, San Jacinto, Come Talk To Me and more.