- Jul 25, 2011
This is just a reissue of the out-of-print vinyl. Not a 40th anniversary celebration of anything.
Oh I agree, it's the Estate's words though. Zoom in and read the cover's sticker
The title says it all.
I'm just wondering... Why, why couldn't they just include a DVD or Blu ray? Another missed opportunity.
AlwaysThere;4316609 said:I guess I'm still learning how to read, lol. Apologies!
Looking further into it, this seems like a project done outside of the Estate's purview, and they're just promoting it on the official social media platforms since Michael is involved. Not very surprised that there wasn't much effort put into it; The Jacksons aren't nearly as commercially attractive as Michael, which also explains why this news went completely unnoticed (even though Rolling Stone, Variety, and other A-list outlets posted articles about it).
However, this press release mentions that this is just the "first wave" of projects. I wonder if there are other things in the works?
that this is just the "first wave" of projects. I wonder if there are other things in the works?
Michael registered the Triumph Tour in 1981 as a motion picture, filmed on video tape. So unfortunately it can't be released on Blu-Ray. The Destiny & Victory Tours on the other hand were shot on film. An SD Blu-Ray of the LA shows with High Quality surround sound would have been amazing to see of course.
Second Wave: Triumph and Victory
This would be a low cost release - as the show has already been edited onto tape ages ago. Epic Records has also a Triumph outtake called "That Girl" in their vault. It would be great if it would get released, but highly doubt it. Not to mention how cool it would be if the Victory album would finally get its name given title track released. But most likely, they'll (re-)release some remixes, and maybe only 2300JS might offer its 3 outtakes (which were previously released as b-side tracks).
Will this be remastered or is it just a re-release. I actually don't have this album on CD so i may buy it
I really hope so. It's about time.
Just imagine... imagine if they made a limited edition set including this complete show:
Zakk;4316612 said:Michael registered the Triumph Tour in 1981 as a motion picture, filmed on video tape. So unfortunately it can't be released on Blu-Ray. The Destiny & Victory Tours on the other hand were shot on film. An SD Blu-Ray of the LA shows with High Quality surround sound would have been amazing to see of course.
charismatic;4316663 said:Maybe when it was registered they said it that it was edited on video and not necessarily filmed on video.
I have seen that before.
Wasn’t there shots of the Triumph Tour on the From Motown to Off The Wall Blu Ray? That looked like film to me?
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I think I will buy the 2 LP Live album.
i just hope it is remastered good so it sound as it should.
Not only that, but the original pressing of the album sounds perfect already. I honestly don't get the point of this release. Sure, it's out of print, but it's not like it doesn't exist anymore. You can buy this original album for real cheap.
There you go. Answered your own post. People will want a new copy.
Hulkamaniac;4316682 said:There's no need to. The record is out there and you can even find sealed copies. This release is pointless unless it included something else