The acclaimed Electronic Circus concert performance from 2009 featuring Ian Boddy, Klaus Hoffmann-Hoock and David Wright is now available as an official bootleg DVDr. The concert was not originally filmed for release, but for a personal record of the event and promotional purposes. However, it turned out to be such a good concert with an excellent live sound mix by the ‘house’ engineers and a terrific performance by the trio throughout, that when fans began requesting its release, the artists agreed to it being made available as an ‘Official Bootleg’. Although the footage is not ‘HD’ quality, it is still fine and watchable.
The DVDr has been professionally recorded and packaged (most people probably wouldn’t realise it’s a DVDr) and as with all our products, we have a no quibble lifelong replacement guarantee should you experience any problems when playing it.
The DVDr is provided in PAL and NTSC.
For those who witnessed the event, here is the uncut and unedited concert to savour again, save for a few inserted graphics. For those who couldn’t be there, here is the opportunity to see and hear these three great musicians perform together in concert.
Our ‘time to ship’ from the placing of your order is “immediate to 48 hours”, dependent only on whether you place your order on a weekday or at the weekend. We deliver anywhere in the world; usually 2-5 days in the UK, 5-10 days to Europe and 7-10 for the USA and the rest of the world.
MP3 and Flac files are available for download immediately after payment. You will receive an email containing links to download the zip files.
If you have any issues downloading, please contact us and we’ll re-send the download links.
Note to iOS uses
Apple iOS up to and including iOS 8 won’t download zip files in Safari. The easiest way around this is to download the zip files onto a computer and then open the zip and transfer the tracks into iTunes (just drag the folder onto the iTunes icon in the dock). Then sync the iOS device to iTunes in the normal way.
Alternatively, there are apps in the Apple App store that will open zip files directly on your iOS device (iPhone/iPad).