Edge writes: "It's the sound that hits you. Your chest trembles with subtle power far beyond that of the crude thud of bass in a club, and shrill notes ply the very limits of your hearing.
Live orchestral music is breathtaking, especially when you're hearing it in Studio One at Abbey Road Studios. With fabric baffles hanging in rows on the high ceiling and subtly angled sections of wall all around, the acoustics of this auspicious hall render every note as sharp as you've ever heard. It makes you realise how infrequently we hear music that isn't amplified. This is music in its natural form: pure and vibrant."