« Thread started on: Jun 30th, 2017, 8:19pm »
just wondering if and how Phil Collins will document his newest Not Dead Yet tour?
A live DVD seems a logical assumption, as he has released a concert DVD from almost all of his past tours, even Roseland Ballroom, more of a showcase than a tour.
Hyde Park will be the biggest concert of his career, an obvious concert to film.
Do we dare hope for a live album. I would absolutely love that. We haven't got a Phil Collins live CD since Serious Hits Live in 1990! I suppose we just got a selection of live songs with the reissue campaign but not quite the same thing.Does the man think we the fans would show enough interest in a live disc?
I get why the following couple of tours were not documented with a live album, even though they were hugely successful, because maybe it would have sounded too similar to the serious tour.
But I thought sure the Final Farewell tour would grant us this gift, seeing as how Phil thought it would be his last proper tour before leaving the stage forever... and still nothing from an audio standpoint.
So I am thinking not a high priority for him or his management. But I for one would prefer a high quality live CD to a DVD concert and am hoping for the best. It feels like this is a fresh start for Mr. Collins so maybe anything is possible. I guess we'll find out soon enough.