Ben Folds and WASO Live in Perth is a DVD featuring performances by singer-songwriter and pianist Ben Folds, backed by the West Australian Symphony Orchestra. Filmed over two nights on March 12 & 13, 2005 at Kings Park and Botanical Gardens in Perth, Australia - a venue Folds jokingly refers to as a "luminous green petri dish" - the DVD offers 14 songs from the three major Ben Folds Five albums and Folds' debut solo album Rockin' the Suburbs.
Hype Sticker on seal reads "Ben Folds' historic 2005 Australian concerts with WASO. Features 2 prev unreleased songs, remastered from the original concert recordings, documents first time Folds' compositions performed live with orchestra. Features 'Brick', 'The Luckiest' and 'Boxing'. Includes digital download.
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Ben Folds Five was formed in 1993 in Chapel Hill by Ben Folds. They were, in fact, a trio in spite of their name, and the primary motivation behind the name, apart from the band's well-known use of humor, was simple preference, according to Ben: "I think it sounds better than Ben Folds Three. Folds once described their music as "punk rock for sissies," a reaction to the angst prevalent in '90s rock. Ben Folds and WASO Live in Perth. ic, the LP released: 2006. Songs for Silverman released: 2005. Live in Perth released: 2005. Songs for Goldfish released: 2005. 2005-02-10: Norman, OK, USA released: 2005.
Folds' final solo album before his reunion with Ben Folds Five, a collaboration with English author Nick Hornby, was entitled Lonely Avenue and was released on September 28, 2010. From Above", the first single from the album, premiered on Richard Kingsmill's new music show 2010 on Triple J in Australia on July 18, 2010. Who Killed Amanda Palmer (Amanda Palmer).
Features Ben Folds performing for the first time with the Western Australia Symphony Orchestra in front of sell-out crowds in Perth, Australia. Recorded in March, 2005, his piano and the 83 piece symphony deliver nearly 90 minutes of music to his fans in a way never heard or seen before. Bonus features include interviews and backstage footage. Collaborations between rock or pop performers and symphony orchestras usually yield little more than bombast and redundancy, but Ben Folds' Live in Perth is a delightful exception
Ben Folds Live is a live album by Ben Folds, released in 2002 (see 2002 in music). This album marked the first official release of the classic Ben Folds live routine, "Rock This Bitch", which he went on to perform at least 60 more times since, including on the releases Songs for Goldfish (under the name "Weather Channel Music") and on the Live in Perth DVD (in which he "rocks this bitch orchestrally" with the West Australian Symphony Orchestra). The cover of the album was taken June 8, 2002 at Avalon in Boston, MA during the "Ben Folds and a Piano" tour. The "explicit" version of the cover shows the fingers. Ben Folds Live at MySpace.
Ben Folds with the West Australian Symphony Orchestra : Live in Perth VINYL 12"Title: Live in Perth Artist: Ben Folds with the West Australian Symphony Orchestra Genre: Rock/PopSinger/Songwriter Format: Vinyl, 12" Album Type: Vinyl No. Read full description. See details and exclusions. See all 10 brand new listings. RSD 2017 Ben Folds and WASO - Live in Perth Ltd 2lp Mint/. Brand new: lowest price.
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