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Home: A Live Concert Recording with the Atlanta Symphony Youth Orchestra
     

Home: A Live Concert Recording with the Atlanta Symphony Youth Orchestra

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by Collective Soul
 
With just about every hard rock band issuing collaborations with symphonies (Metallica, Kiss, Scorpions, etc.), it was Collective Soul's turn to do the deed in 2006, with the release of the CD/DVD Home: A Live Concert Recording with the Atlanta Symphony

Overview

With just about every hard rock band issuing collaborations with symphonies (Metallica, Kiss, Scorpions, etc.), it was Collective Soul's turn to do the deed in 2006, with the release of the CD/DVD Home: A Live Concert Recording with the Atlanta Symphony Youth Orchestra. But unlike some of the other bands that have taken the "symphonic plunge," Collective Soul's sound was always heavily orchestrated -- most noticeably on their 1995 hit "The World I Know," so it's not that big of a stretch for the band as you might assume. And as a result, it all comes off sounding more natural than usual -- unlike some of the other symphonic rock experiments that sound extremely forced musically. Recorded in their hometown during April of 2005, many of the songs are actually improved in these orchestrated versions, also something that can't be said about your usual rock/symphony hybrid. Name a Collective Soul favorite and it's here -- "Listen," "December," the aforementioned "The World I Know," "Gel," and of course, their breakthrough hit "Shine," which serves as a set closer. Regardless of whether you like Collective Soul or not, after hearing and viewing Home, it should be widely agreed that they're one of the few rock acts that successfully pulled off the symphonic rock experiment.

Product Details

Release Date:
02/07/2006
Label:
El Music Group
UPC:
0805859060126
catalogNumber:
90601
Rank:
55213

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Performance Credits

Collective Soul   Primary Artist
Roy Williams   Trombone
Chris Butler   Percussion
Troy Harris   Bass
Andrew Jones   Cello
Robert Lee   Violin
Gwen Rogers   Violin
Amanda Lee   Violin
David Wu   Viola
Christine Lee   Violin
Kerry Watson   Harp
Amanda James   Clarinet
Julie Walker   Clarinet
Mark Owens   Horn
Sarah Williams   Horn
Min-Su Kim   Violin
Jessica Richards   English Horn,Oboe
Emily Cook   English Horn,Oboe
Stephanie Lane   Violin
Katie Algarra   Bass
Kyle Bauer   Clarinet
Jonathan Beard   Trombone
Kenneth Beard   Trumpet
Joseph Binney   Clarinet
Kyle Blond   Bass
Michael Broder   Trombone
James Brunone   Trumpet
Julie Burk   Horn
Paula Burt   Percussion
Sam Cauthorn   Bass
Michael Cecil   Percussion
Ashley Chang   Violin
Dale Cheng   Violin
Jihye Chung   Violin
Sarah Cleaton   Viola
Ridge Davis   Flute,Piccolo
Andrea Demarcus   Bass
Nicholas Dicillo   Flute,Piccolo
Jessica Ducharme   Trombone
Nicole Gabelmann   Bass
Jay Ganser   Percussion
Allison Gooch   English Horn,Oboe
Tegan Guyton   Bass
Stephanie Hao   Violin
Cindy Hong   Violin
Allison Hwang   Violin
Tricia Jo   Violin
Jarin Joyner   Violin
Khari Joyner   Cello
Kanad Khanna   Flute,Piccolo
Mary Elizabeth Kidd   Harp
Elizabeth Kim   Cello
Judith Kim   Violin
Yoon Jin Kim   Cello
Erin Kirby   Viola
Steve Koh   Violin
Nicholas Komor   Bassoon
Julienne Kung   Cello
James Land   Tuba
Jim Larson   Violin
Seo Ho Lee   Violin
Christine Li   Viola
Stefanos Melas   Violin
Erin Moir   Cello
Danielle Nahmias   Bass
Trinh Nguyen   Viola
Jordan Ou   Violin
Megan Palmier   Viola
Daniel Park   Violin
Helen Parra   Viola
Catherine Parsons   Viola
Jennifer Picard   Viola
Kathleen Ray   Horn
Abigale Reisman   Violin
Justin Rifkind   Tuba
Jason Rudolf   Bass
Patrick Russum   Bassoon
Caitlin Sacha   Cello
Christine Sallas   English Horn,Oboe
Ayaka Sano   Violin
Olivia Sedlack   Horn
Patrick Shelc   Viola
Christine Shim   Cello
Kyung Ah Shin   Cello
Elaine Shing   Violin
Brian Sung   Cello
Jennifer Torrence   Percussion
Sarah Tyu   Violin
Evelyn Tzou   Violin
Stephen Upshaw   Viola
Mark Wahl   Violin
Emily Wang   Violin
Shaolong Wang   Violin
Hannah Wilder   Violin
Sarah Wilder   Violin
Yi Xiang   Violin
Stephen Yang   Violin
Allison Rose Youngblood   Horn
Ritchie Zah   Violin,Concert Master
Royce Zah   Viola

Technical Credits

Scott Hamilton   Guitar Techician
David Davidson   Arranger,Symphonic Coordinator
Don Hart   Arranger
Pierre Lamoureux   Director,Producer
Robert Lee   Associate Concertmaster
Ed Roland   Composer
Scott Welch   Director,Executive Producer
John Painter   Arranger
Steve Mauldin   Arranger
Bob Rudd   Stage Manager
Dean Roland   Composer
Brian Duffy   Monitor Engineer
Ross Childress   Composer
Brian Porizek   Art Direction
Todd Rubenstein   Programming
John McCullagh   Director
Jere Flint   Music Direction
Mickey Wade   Programming,Drum Technician
Jake Mossman   Engineer
Dexter Green   Composer,Producer
Eugene O'Connor   Director
Mark Botting   Director
Francois Lamoureux   Audio Production
Fred Croshal   Director
Paul Barrett   Production Stage Manager
Caroline Bridges   Program Coordinator
Tony Caporale   Engineer
David Daly   Management
Melanie E. Darby   Program Coordinator
Eric Gaudry   Corrections
Duane Gore   Contributor
Matheiu Grainger   Producer,Stage Manager
Judith Kim   Associate Concertmaster
Steve Koh   Principal
David Lowell   Live Sound
David Murray   Engineer
Denis Normandeau   Engineer
Gavin Pigott   Producer
Abigale Reisman   Principal
Jason Rudolf   Principal
Rudi Schlegel   Contributor
Kyung Ah Shin   Co-Principal
Brian Sung   Co-Principal
Charles Sussman   Management
Royce Zah   Principal

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Home: A Live Concert Recording with the Atlanta Symphony Youth Orchestra 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
TexasReadingMom More than 1 year ago
The pairing of Collective Soul with the Atlanta Symphony Youth Orchestra is seamless, cohesive, natural. What a beautiful DVD - to hear and to see. It will go in our collection.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago