DVD: 01. Unchain Your Brain 02. Trouble 03. If You Believe Me 04. Mutually Assured Destruction 05. No Easy Way 01. Vengeance (Bonus Gillan Archive Footage) 02. Smoke On The Water (Bonus Gillan Archive Footage) 03. Sleeping On The Job (Bonus Gillan Archive Footage) Cannonball (Bonus) Interviews With John Mccoy, Bernie Torme, Colin Towns And Mick Underwood History Of Gillan By Joe Geesin Picture Format: NTSC 4x3 Format: DVD-9Time: 77 mins. Color Mode: Color Region Code: 0 (All)Language And Audio Content: English / Dolby Digital 2.0 Subtitles: No
The fifth title of this exclusive and all new DVD collection for fans, we take an inside look at the British rock-n-roll singer, lyricist, bandleader and actor Ian Dury the man who rose to fame during the late 1970s, during the punk and New Wave era of rock music. Best known as the founder and lead singer of his band Ian Dury and the Blockheads, he released a host of seminal songs most notably Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll, What A Waste and the UK chart-topping single Hit Me With Your Rhythm Stick. He toured extensively with his band over the years with the likes of Elvis Costello, Nick Lowe and Larry Wallis and released a dozen albums, with New Boots and Panties going platinum in 1977. After his death from liver cancer in 2000, Suggs, the singer with Madness, described him as ''possibly the finest lyricist we've seen.'' This brand new DVD release to coincide with the 10th anniversary of Dury s death is a collection of rare footage, featuring original film and videos of the singer, newsreels and photographs from private collections. Other Events to support release: The biopic Sex, Drugs & Rock & Roll was released in cinemas in January 2010, chronicling Dury s rise to fame, his battle with polio and the legacy he left behind. Featuring: The earliest known TV performance from the London Programme 1976 // Three great interviews with much missed Mancunian Tony Wilson who died in 2007 // Final Richard and Judy interview and live performance restored for widescreen // Includes EIGHT live musical performances with the Kilburns and the Blockheads: Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll, Sweet Gene Vincent, Upminster Kid, Rough Kids, Billy Bentley, England's Glory, Blockheads and Geraldine.
Ian Paice is without a doubt one of the world's most premier rock drummers. His reputation was established in Deep Purple, and it was during their last world tour that - in response to many requests - he came up with plans for this DVD to enable people to study his playing style and technique in detail, allowing fans and aspiring drummers to witness his technique up close, watch as he demonstrates riffs and answers questions. The end result is a unique DVD, 2 hours of specially filmed material including on and off stage footage, interviews, live and studio work. The DVD is divided into different sections for ease of use: IAN PAICE'S DRUMMERS GUIDElan Paice guides you through the manufacture of a complete drum kit, cymbals, skins, sticks and all. lan demonstrates the set-up of his kit, we hear from his drum roadie, there are clips of lan in action with Deep Purple, and a tutorial from lan with tips for new players. ABBEY ROAD SESSION Two specially written tracks filmed at London's famous Abbey Road Studios in 2001. "Paicesetter" and "Dustbins" are designed to showcase all aspects of Ian Paice's drumming style with a choice of camera angles. ROADIE'S EYE VIEWA close-up camera mounted near Ian Paice's kit gives a unique view of the man in action during Deep Purple's 2001 American tour, including Ted The Mechanic / Lazy / Knocking At Your Back Door / Highway Star and more.. DRUM CLINIC / INTERVIEW Filmed in Australia during Deep Purple's visit in 2001. RETRO MIXA montage of images and clips of Deep Purple and Ian Paice past and present.
Tracklist: 01. I Want To Know What Love Is - feat. Alfie Boe & Uli Jon Roth (Bonus Track)02. Only Friend - feat. The Temperance Movement (Bonus Track) 03. Born Free - feat. Brian May & Kerry Ellis (Bonus Track) 04. I Loved A Butterfly - feat. Brian May & Kerry Ellis (Bonus Track)