Some of you may remember
"Nomansland", a live CD recorded in Krakow and Budapeszcz.
We had a great time then, and we had a lovely time recently.
I have a lot of friends in Poland. It is a beautiful country,
with fabulous, energetic, passionate people - with the zest
for life and - of course - culture, for me,
in the form of live music.
I cannot describe - even as a writer - the sight from stage of
a woman crying her eyes out, throughout the whole show -
I didn't think I was THAT bad, Doro !
It was absolutely lovely to return to Poland, renew friendships,
and forge new ones. One or two people deserve some special
mention here - Tommy Dziubinski, the Viking, for his strength
and tolerance, and his gorgeous assistant Aga, for being
efficient, understanding, and - er, gorgeous - without them,
this DVD 'would never have happened. I, for one, am glad it
did, and I look forward to seeing you, the Polish people,
again in the next years. The DVD you hold comes
with a great deal of love - hence the title.
I thank my band - Steve Christey, John Mitchell and Martin
Orford, who - as always - were magnificent, supportive,
and - above all - brilliant - as people as well as musicians.
Most of all, we are friends.
I thank our entire crew and my co-producers Karl Groom
and Clive Nolan for their thoroughly professional
and dedicated performance.
I dedicate this DVD - with love - to my son, Dylan, and to the good people of Krakow.
Equipment by Diane Fox
Lighting by Mike Adams
Mixed by Karl Groom in 5.2 surround at THIN ICE STUDIOS, Virginia Water, Surrey, England.
Produced by John Wetton © SOUNDSTYLE Ltd. 2003
Interview done by Darek Switala - Metal Hammer
Edited by Darek Switala
Recorded in Krakow, Kiub Kunozum, on 10 April 2003
lead vox, bass guitar, acoustic guitar