Vessel is the first live long-form video by Björk, directed by Stéphane Sednaoui, digitally mastered by Francis Milano and George Reisz, and produced by Elektra Entertainment. It contains Björk's concert at The Royalty Theatre and was released in VHS on 5 September 1994, by One Little Indian, with a DVD reissue taking place on 13 May 2003. The release documents a concert by the artist during the 1994 tour – which was launched later that year with concerts throughout the UK, Europe and the United States – held in support of her studio album Debut (One Little Indian, 1993) – which garnered positive reviews and commercial success. It contains ten songs from the album – except for the song "Like Someone in Love" –, in addition to a b-side – the song "Atlantic" was released on the cassette single of "Human Behaviour" and the Japanese version of the album; an interview with Björk is interspersed throughout the setlist – presented in black and white, it's interspersed throughout the video, showing Björk discussing a variety of themes, such as her dreams, the art of touring, music, even some favorite recipes etc. Vessel was subject to mixed reviews from music critics, who had polarizing opinions on both the performances and Sednaoui's editing – it was noted to have a lots of different camera angles, fades, rapid zooms and a preponderance of close-ups, and its packaging and title sequence were designed by Me Company.
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