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DC Talk - Narrow is the road (video)
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|Review:||DC Talk's concert tour is rated as one of the best on the
road by fans. Narrow is the Road is a long form video
focusing on the concert experience of this popular group.|
The video opens with some of the video's many clips from
the past year on the road, set to "Luv is a Verb." A short
interview with Michael Tait explains the group's intent for
touring. Up next is a concert performance of "Jesus is Just
Alright." After a bit of "Say the Words," they talk about
Compassion International and meet a child they support. They
also feature a segment of instrumental solos by the band
members as they introduce them to the crowd.
The guys took cameras along as they went with Billy Graham
on a day off. They also took a trip to Liberty University
and reminisced about the founding of DC Talk. After concert
footage of "That Kinda Girl" and "I Don't Want It,"
they go behind the scenes to look at the making of the video
for "The Hardway."
One of the highlights is a chance for the guys to meet with
Larry Norman and discuss the song "I Wish We'd All Been
Ready." They share a small clip of their performance of
Norman's classic in a downbeat unplugged vein. After
another short interview about the purpose of the video
project, they add more concert footage of "Free at Last."
Also included are the videos of "Jesus is Just Alright"
and "The Hardway."
While Narrow is the Road doesn't really shed too much new
light on the band's life, purpose, or message, it's an
enjoyable experience, and one that serious fans of the group
probably won't want to miss.
|source: Roger Appelinski, pre-web TLeM October, 1994, added: Feb 23, 2005|