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Wetton Downes – Icon Acoustic TV Performance DVD

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1. Heat Of The Moment
2. Voice Of America
3. Let Me Go
4. God Walks With Us
5. Sole Survivor
6. Meet me At Midnight
7. The Smile Has Left your Eyes
8. I Lay Down; Open Your Eyes
9. Only Time Will Tell
10. Don’t Cry
11. In The End

John Wetton (vocals, keyboards, guitar, bass)
Geoff Downes (vocals, keyboards, guitar, bass)
Hugh McDowell (cello)
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Following the warm response that graced their return CD, Icon, in May 2005 and the Icon EP in August 2005, John Wetton and Geoff Downes are now offering an acoustic DVD filmed for a broadcast special at TV studios during October 2005. Stripping bare a selection of their classic songs, John and Geoff demonstrate how they originally sounded around the piano, accompanied by acoustic guitar or acoustic bass. ELO’s Hugh McDowell joins them on cello and the three virtuosos clearly enjoy the opportunity to relax while performing in front of the cameras. John and Geoff are subsequently interviewed by BBC stalwart, Big George. John and Geoff are clearly excited about their future plans for a 2nd Icon studio album and they talk candidly about becoming and being the major creative influences behind the world’s biggest selling album of 1982. Asia was the last real “supergroup”. Their self styled debut album was number 1 in the USA for 9 weeks, an “English Invasion” which for a while rivalled the Beatles’ experiences nearly 20 years previously. At the time of recording this broadcast, they were keeping quiet about the plans for a 25th anniversary reunion of the founder members of Asia, including Steve Howe and Carl Palmer, which were publicised in February 2006. 2005 and 2006 has seen the original “Heat of the Moment” grace the soundtracks of 2 Hollywood blockbusters, the number 1 film of Summer 2005 [40 year old virgin], and Pierce Brosnan’s Golden Globe nominee “The Matador” which has graced the top 10 both sides of the Atlantic.

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