RARE DVDs FEATURING:

ANNIE LENNOX, ELECTRIC LIGHT ORCHESTRA, ELTON JOHN, ERASURE, EURYTHMICS, IGGY POP, JACKSON 5, JIMMY SOMERVILLE / BRONSKI BEAT / THE COMMUNARDS, LOU REED, PAN'S PEOPLE, PET SHOP BOYS, RIGHT SAID FRED AND TOP OF THE POPS COMPILATIONS.

 

The tables below highlight what footage is on each DVD disc:

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ANNIE LENNOX:

DVD WITH CHAPTERS:    

Annie Lennox - 'Performances From 2009' (77 minutes) footage includes:

Title 1:

BBC One Sessions, LSO St. Luke’s, London, UK, 07/03/2009 – pro-shot (58 minutes), songs are:

1. intro,

2. Little Bird,

3. Walking On Broken Glass,

4. No More “I Love You’s”,

5. There Must Be An Angel (Playing With My Heart),

6. Here Comes The Rain Again,

7. Cold,

8. A Thousand Beautiful Things,

9. Sisters Are Doin’ It For Themselves,

10. Ghosts In My Machine,

11. When Tomorrow Comes,

12. Shining Light,

13. band are introduced,

14. Why,

15. Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This).

Title 2:

Friday Night With Jonathan Ross, BBC1, UK T.V, 06/03/2009 (13 minutes):

1. video intro and interview,

2. Shining Light.

Title 3:

Later…With Jools Holland, BBC2, UK T.V, 12/05/2009 - interview (3 minutes).

Title 4:

Later…With Jools Holland, BBC2, UK T.V, 12/05/2009 – Little Bird (3 minutes).

 

ELECTRIC LIGHT ORCHESTRA:

DVD WITH CHAPTERS:

Electric Light Orchestra - 'Do It With The Light On' (43 minutes) footage includes:

Szene 74, WDR, German T.V, 11/10/1974 – live performance from a studio in Hamburg, Germany (43 minutes):

1. Daybreaker,

2. group interview,

3. Showdown,

4. Day Tripper,

5. Mik Kaminski solo,

6. Orange Blossom Special,

7. Ma-Ma-Ma Belle,

8. In The Hall Of The Mountain King,

9. Great Balls Of Fire,

10. Roll Over Beethoven.

 

ELTON JOHN:

DVD WITH CHAPTERS:

Elton John - 'Inside Elton’s World' (49 minutes) footage includes:

Inside Elton’s World, Channel 4, UK T.V, 21/04/2005 - David Frost interviews Elton in London and Las Vegas. He talks about his career, the music industry, his latest album and his work on ‘Billy Elliot – The Musical’. We also see him as he visits the Aids treatment centres in South Africa which he supports (49 minutes):

1. part 1,

2. part 2,

3. part 3,

4. part 4.

 

DVD WITH CHAPTERS:

Elton John - 'BBC T.V History' (57 minutes) footage includes:

Elton John At The BBC, BBC2, UK T.V, 30/10/2010 (57 minutes):

1. In Concert, BBC, UK T.V, 22/05/1970 - Your Song (the first part of the performance is cut out to show Elton arriving at the BBC studios).

2. Nationwide, BBC1, UK T.V, 1972 - rehearsal of Honky Cat and interview.

3. Sounds For Saturday, BBC2, UK T.V, 29/04/1972 - Levon.

4. The Royal Variety Performance, BBC1, UK T.V, 05/11/1972 - Crocodile Rock.

5. Old Grey Whistle Test, BBC2, UK T.V, 1972 - interview.

6. Top Of The Pops, BBC1, UK T.V, 25/01/1973 - Daniel.

7. BBC, UK T.V, 1973/74 - interview.

8. Live footage, BBC, UK T.V, 1974 - Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds.

9. Old Grey Whistle Test, BBC2, UK T.V, 18/04/1975 - John Lennon interview about Elton.

10. Old Grey Whistle Test, BBC2, UK T.V, 24/12/1974 - Saturday Night's Alright For Fighting live at the Hammersmith Odeon, London, UK.

11. Morecambe And Wise Christmas Special, BBC1, UK T.V, 25/12/1976 - funny intro/Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word.

12. Parkinson, BBC1, UK T.V, 07/02/1976 - interview.

13. Parkinson, BBC1, UK T.V, 07/02/1976 - Maybe It's Because I'm A Londoner.

14. Don't Go Breaking My Heart, 1976 - video of Elton and Kiki Dee in the studio.

15. Morecambe And Wise Christmas Special, BBC1, UK T.V, 25/12/1977 - Shine On Through.

16. In Concert, BBC, UK T.V, 03/11/1977 - Rocket Man live at the Empire Pool, Wembley, London, UK.

17. Parkinson, BBC1, UK T.V, 1978 - interview.

18. Top Of The Pops, BBC1, UK T.V, 1978 - Song For Guy.

19. Blue Peter, BBC1, UK T.V, late 70’s/early 80’s - about Elton's stage bike being auctioned.

20. Old Grey Whistle, BBC2, UK T.V, 24/12/1982 - The Bitch Is Back live at the Hammersmith Odeon, London, UK.

21. Top Of The Pops, BBC1, UK T.V, 22/04/1982 - Blue Eyes.

22. Blue Peter, BBC1, UK T.V, 1983 - interview.

23. I Guess That's Why They Call It The Blues, 1983 - music video.

24. News footage, BBC, UK T.V, 1984 - about Everton beating Watford 2-0 in the FA cup.

25. Top Of The Pops, BBC1, UK T.V, 08/1983 - funny intro/I'm Still Standing music video.

26. Blue Peter, BBC1, UK T.V, 1985 - tour of Elton's house.

27. Top Of The Pops, BBC1, UK T.V, 17/10/1985 - Nikita.

28. Wogan, BBC1, UK T.V, 1986 - interview.

29. Candle In The Wind, BBC, UK T.V, 14/12/1986 - live at Sydney Entertainment Centre, Sydney, Australia.

30. News footage, BBC, UK T.V, 1988 - about Elton's auction of 2000 items.

31. Top Of The Pops, BBC1, UK T.V, 22/06/1990 - Sacrifice.

32. Top Of The Pops, BBC1, UK T.V, 03/11/1994 - Circle Of Life.

33. News footage, BBC, UK T.V, 1997 - about the Candle In The Wind single in memory of Princess Diana.

34. Parkinson, BBC1, UK T.V, 22/09/2001 - interview.

35. Parkinson, BBC1, UK T.V, 22/09/2001 - I Want Love.

36. News footage, BBC, UK T.V, 2002 - footage about Elton addressing the US Senate about AIDS.

37. Top Of The Pops Awards, BBC1, UK T.V, 20/12/2002 - Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word with Blue.

38. Absolutely Fabulous, BBC1, UK T.V, 28/11/2003 - comedy sketch.

39. BBC, UK T.V, 2005 - footage of Elton getting married.

40. Blue Peter, BBC1, UK T.V, 2005 - Elton gets a gold Blue Peter badge in recognition of his AIDS work.

41. BBC One Sessions, BBC1, UK T.V, 11/09/2006 - Someone Saved My Life Tonight.

 

ERASURE:

DVD WITH CHAPTERS:

Erasure - 'Seaside Rendezvous' – Brighton Dome, Brighton, UK, 17/04/1987 – pro-shot (54 minutes) songs are:

1. Safety In Numbers,

2. Victim Of Love,

3. It Doesn’t Have To Be,

4. Don't Dance,

5. Who Needs Love (Like That),

6. Leave Me To Bleed,

7. If I Could,

8. Oh L'Amour,

9. The Circus,

10. Say What,

11. Sometimes,

12. Spiralling,

13. Gimme, Gimme, Gimme,

14. credits.

 

DVD WITH RANDOM CHAPTERS:

Erasure - 'Wild!' – London Arena, London, UK, 11/12/1989 – pro-shot (93 minutes) songs are:

Piano Song,

How Many Times?,

You Surround Me,

Knocking On Your Door,

Brother And Sister,

Crown Of Thorns,

Star,

Chains Of Love,

Hideaway,

Supernature,

Who Needs Love (Like That),

Stop!,

Victim Of Love,

La Gloria,

Ship Of Fools,

It Doesn't Have To Be,

Blue Savannah,

Sometimes,

The Hardest Part,

Oh L' Amour,

Drama!,

A Little Respect,

Spiralling.

 

DVD WITH RANDOM CHAPTERS:

Erasure - 'T.V. Compilation 1' (120 minutes) footage includes:

Alabama Club, Munich, Germany, 17/11/1986 – pro-shot - Erasure perform Senseless, Heavenly Action, Reunion, Sometimes, My Heart…So Blue, March On Down The Line, Say What, Love Is A Loser, Sexuality, Oh L’Amour, Gimmie Gimmie Gimmie and Push Me Shove Me (44 minutes).

Old Grey Whistle Test, BBC2, UK T.V, 1987 – Vince interview including video and live footage (6 minutes).

Cheggers Plays Pop, BBC1, UK T.V, 24/05/1982 – Yazoo perform Only You (cut) (1 minute).

Depeche Mode Weekend, MTV, 1982 – Yazoo’s Don’t Go video is shown (3 minutes).

Greatest Hits, MTV, 1982 – Yazoo’s The Other Side Of Love video is shown (3 minutes).

Yazoo’s Situation (Remix) video is shown, 1990 (cut) (1 minute).

Trax The Music, 1985 – Vince and Paul Quinn’s One Day video is shown (3 minutes).

Top Of The Pops, BBC1, UK T.V, 11/1986 – Sometimes performance (3 minutes).

The Tube, Channel 4, UK T.V, 1987 - (part 1) – It Doesn’t Have To Be performance (4 minutes).

The Tube, Channel 4, UK T.V, 1987 - (part 2) – Victim Of Love and Sometimes performance (6 minutes).

Top Of The Pops, BBC1, UK T.V, 05/06/1987 – Victim Of Love performance (4 minutes).

Top Of The Pops, BBC1, UK T.V, 19/03/1987 - It Doesn’t Have To Be performance (3 minutes).

Erasure’s Little Respect video is shown, 1988 (3 minutes).

The Late Show, Channel 4, UK T.V, 18/10/1989 – How Many Times? performance (3 minutes).

Top Of The Pops, BBC1, UK T.V, 12/1988 – Stop! performance, this is the second time this song was performed on the show (3 minutes).

Unknown Show, BBC, UK T.V, 1987 – Victim Of Love performance (cut) (1 minute).

Erasure’s Too Darn Hot video is shown, 1990 (4 minutes).

Paramount City, BBC1, UK T.V, 1991 – Chorus performance (2 minutes).

Top Of The Pops, BBC1, UK T.V, 03/10/1991 – Love To Hate You performance (4 minutes).

Top Of The Pops, BBC1, UK T.V, 05/12/1991 – Am I Right? performance (3 minutes).

Rapido, BBC2, UK T.V, 1991 – Erasure interview on the set of the Am I Right? video in Amsterdam (5 minutes).

Top Of The Pops, BBC1, UK T.V, 07/1991 – Chorus performance (3 minutes).

Tonight With Jonathan Ross, Channel 4, UK T.V, 13/02/1992 – Breath Of Life performance (4 minutes).

Top Of The Pops, BBC1, UK T.V, 04/06/1992 – Take A Chance On Me performance (3 minutes).

Unknown Show, 1992 – Tom Jones interviews Andy (1 minute).

 

DVD WITH RANDOM CHAPTERS:

Erasure - 'T.V. Compilation 2' (120 minutes) footage includes:

Friday At The Dome, Channel 4, UK T.V, 1991 – Perfect Stranger and Chorus are performed in a studio in Hamburg, Germany (7 minutes).

Erasure’s Sono Luminus acoustic version video is shown, 1996 (5 minutes).

Top Of The Pops, BBC1, UK T.V, 07/04/1994 – Always performance (3 minutes).

Erasure Turn Japanese, MTV, 1994 – news clip featuring Always video footage and an Erasure interview (1 minute).

MTV Most Wanted, MTV, 1994 – introduction by Andy then the Always video is shown (4 minutes).

Live And Kicking, BBC1, UK T.V, 09/04/1994 – (part 1) – Always performance and an Erasure interview (6 minutes).

Live And Kicking, BBC1, UK T.V, 09/04/1994 – (part 2) - Andy and Harry Enfield give their opinions on the latest music videos (the videos are cut out) (8 minutes).

What’s Up Doc?, ITV, UK T.V, 1994 – brief Erasure interview, Always performance, Erasure interview featuring children asking them questions and Love To Hate You performance (9 minutes).

Erasure’s Remix Anger, MTV, 1994 – news clip featuring Always video footage and interview with Vince (1 minute).

Later…With Jools Holland, BBC2, UK T.V, 21/05/1994 – introduction to the programme, Erasure are introduced, Miracle and Because You’re So Sweet performance then Erasure are introduced again (11 minutes).

Unknown children’s show, 1994 – brief Andy interview and Run To The Sun performance (4 minutes).

First Look, MTV, 1994 – Paul King introduces the Run To The Sun music video and then it is played (4 minutes).

Top Of The Pops, BBC1, UK T.V, 28/07/1994 – Run To The Sun performance (3 minutes).

Michael Ball Show, ITV, UK T.V, 03/08/1994 – Run To The Sun performance (4 minutes).

Top Of The Pops, BBC1, UK T.V, 01/12/1994 – I Love Saturday performance (4 minutes). (I have put this performance online, to watch it click here).

Hit List, MTV, 1994 – Erasure’s I Love Saturday video is shown (4 minutes).

Top Of The Pops, BBC1, UK T.V, 07/09/1995 – Stay With Me performance (3 minutes).

Big Breakfast, Channel 4, UK T.V, 09/1995 – Andy comments on the newspaper headlines, Lily Savage interviews Andy plus Stay With Me performance (11 minutes).

Top Of The Pops, BBC1, UK T.V, 1995 – Stay With Me performance, this is the second time this song was performed on the show (4 minutes).

Ozone, BBC2, UK T.V, 29/11/1995 – features Erasure interviews and various video and live footage (17 minutes).

Top Of The Pops, BBC1, UK T.V, 07/12/1995 – Finger And Thumbs (Cold Summer’s Day) performance (3 minutes).

Planet Rock Profiles, VH-1, 1996 – Dave Fanning introduces Erasure then interviews them, includes video footage – continues on next DVD (4 minutes).

 

DVD WITH RANDOM CHAPTERS:

Erasure - 'T.V. Compilation 3' (120 minutes) footage includes:

Title 1:

Planet Rock Profiles, VH-1, 1996 – Dave Fanning introduces Erasure then interviews them, includes video footage (24 minutes).

Chart Show, ITV, UK T.V, 1997 - the Don’t Say Your Love Is Killing Me video is shown, in the video there is a brief Erasure interview, information about the band is displayed plus the winner of the Battle Of The Bands is announced (4 minutes).

Depeche Mode Weekend, MTV, 1983 – Yazoo’s Nobody’s Diary video is shown (4 minutes).

Saturday Live, Channel 4, UK T.V, 1987 - It Doesn’t Have To Be and Victim Of Love performance – black and white (7 minutes).

Wide Awake Club, ITV, UK T.V, 1987 - It Doesn’t Have To Be performance and Erasure interview – weak colour (7 minutes).

The Tom O’ Connor Roadshow, BBC1, UK T.V, 02/03/1987 – (part 1) - It Doesn’t Have To Be performance (3 minutes).

The Tom O’ Connor Roadshow, BBC1, UK T.V, 02/03/1987 – (part 2) - Sometimes performance (3 minutes).

Cheggers Play Pop, BBC1, UK T.V, 1985 – Who Need Love (Like That) – black and white (2 minutes).

Unknown Show, 1986 – Sometimes and Oh L’ Amour performance (cut) black and white (6 minutes).

Title 2:

Unknown Show, 1992 – Tom Jones interviews Andy and S.O.S performance (5 minutes).

Music From The Bridge, 1992 – Erasure interview and interview with Andy on his own, includes video footage throughout (21 minutes).

Top Of The Pops, BBC1, UK T.V, 29/10/1992 – Who Needs Love (Like That) performance live via satellite from Broadway, New York, USA (3 minutes).

Unknown Show, 1992 – brief Erasure interview which includes video footage (1 minute).

The Brit Awards, ITV, UK T.V, 16/02/1993 – Andy and K.D. Lang perform No More Tears (Enough Is Enough) (4 minutes).

The Assembly’s Never Never video is shown, 1983 (3 minutes).

E.P.K, 1995 – video used to promote the ‘Erasure’ album features text about Erasure on screen, Erasure interview, behind the scenes footage of the Stay With Me video, the video is then shown and the interview with Erasure continues (16 minutes).

Erasure’s Fingers And Thumbs (Cold Summer’s Day) video is shown, 1995 (4 minutes).

Erasure’s Rock Me Gently video is shown, 1996 (cut) (3 minutes).

 

EURYTHMICS:

DVD WITH CHAPTERS:

Eurythmics - 'Eurythmics Live And Bonus Footage' (99 minutes) footage includes:

Title 1:

Sydney Entertainment Centre, Sydney, Australia, 14/02/1987 - pro-shot (94 minutes), songs are: 

1. intro,

2. Sex Crime (1984),

3. Let's Go,

4. The Last Time,

5. Here Comes The Rain Again,

6. It's Alright (Baby's Coming Back),

7. When Tomorrow Comes,

8. There Must Be An Angel (Playing With My Heart),

9. Who's That Girl?,

10. Right By Your Side,

11. Thorn In My Side,

12. Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This),

13. Would I Lie To You?,

14. Missionary Man,

15. Sisters Are Doin' It For Themselves,

16. The Miracle Of Love,

17. credits.

Title 2:

Top Of The Pops, BBC1, UK T.V, 11/07/1985 – There Must Be An Angel (Playing With My Heart) (3 minutes).

Title 3:

Top Of The Pops, BBC1, UK T.V, 07/02/1980 – So Good To Be Back Home Again - a performance by The Tourists featuring Annie Lennox and Dave Stewart (2 minutes).

 

IGGY POP:

DVD WITH CHAPTERS - has artwork:  

Iggy Pop - 'Nightclubbing In Paris' (110 minutes) footage includes:

Paris, France, 12/12/1999 - pro-shot - Johnny Depp, Chrissie Hynde and Vanessa Paradis join Iggy on stage for some songs (57 minutes) songs are:

1. intro/Motorcycle,

2. Nazi Girlfriend,

3. Avenue B,

4. I Felt The Luxury,

5. I'm A Fool To Want You,

6. I Wish You Love,

7. One For My Baby,

8. Miss Argentina,

9. You Go To My Head,

10. Don't Smoke In Bed,

11. She Called Me Daddy, 

12. Hollywood Affair,

13. Nightclubbing.

PLUS BONUS FOOTAGE (53 minutes):

14. Rip It Up (Elvis Tribute Show, October 1994),

15. Heart Is Saved (Harald Schmidt Show, February 1996),

16. I Wanna Live (Live at the Paladium),

17. Lust For Life (MTV Music Awards Europe),

18. Louie Louie (Feile Festival),

19. Wild America (promo video with T/C),

20. Beside You (MTV Most Wanted, 1993),

21. Heart Is Saved (MTV Hanging Out, June 1996),

22. Lust For Life (MTV Hanging Out, June 1996),

23. Backdoor Man (Hall Of Fame Concert, Ohio),

24. I Wanna Be Your Dog (MTV Most Wanted, 1993),

25. Beside You (Top Of The Pops, May 1995),

26. Louie Louie (Unplugged with Eric).

 

DVD WITH CHAPTERS:

Iggy Pop and the Stooges - 'Takin' Over Glastonbury 2007' (79 minutes) footage includes:

Title 1:

Friday Night With Jonathan Ross, BBC1, U.K T.V, 22/06/2007 (19 minutes):

1. initial introduction in the back room,

2. interview introduction featuring video footage,

3. interview,

4. I Wanna Be Your Dog.

Title 2:

Glastonbury Festival, Somerset, U.K, 23/06/2007 - BBC4 footage, U.K T.V, pro-shot (60 minutes), songs are:

1. Loose,

2. Down On The Street,

3. 1969,

4. I Wanna Be Your Dog,

5. TV Eye,

6. My Idea Of Fun,

7. Dirt,

8. Real Cool Time,

9. No Fun,

10. 1970,

11. Mindroom,

12. Funhouse,

13. Skull Ring.

 

DVD WITH CHAPTERS:

Iggy Pop - 'Behind The Music And More' (49 minutes) footage includes:

Behind The Music, VH1 1999 (44 minutes):

1. intro/early life,

2. becoming famous/drugs,

3. stage antics/rehab with David Bowie,

4. 1980's/commercial success,

5. Iggy's son on drugs/divorce.

RARE BONUS LIVE TRACK (5 minutes):

The Passenger - Fuji Rock Festival.

 

DVD WITH CHAPTERS:

Iggy Pop - 'Various YouTube Clips' (101 minutes) footage includes:

Title 1:

1. Unknown show, 1977 – Sweet Sixteen (3 minutes).

2. Unknown show, 1977 – Lust For Life (3 minutes).

3. Retro Bites, CBC, Canadian T.V, 11/03/1977 – Peter Gzowski interviews Iggy (2 minutes).

4. Dinah Shore Show, USA T.V, 06/05/1977 – Sister Midnight with David Bowie on keyboards (4 minutes).

5. TF1 Actualites, TF1, French T.V, 22/09/1977 – Yves Mourousi interviews Iggy (cut) (3 minutes).

6. Manchester Apollo, Manchester, UK, 25/09/1977 – Lust For Life (2 minutes).

7. Manchester Apollo, Manchester, UK, 25/09/1977 – The Passenger (8 minutes).

8. So It Goes, ITV, UK T.V, 30/10/1977 – Tony Wilson interviews Iggy (2 minutes).

9. Top Pop, Dutch T.V, 05/1978 – I Got A Right – black and white (4 minutes).

10. I’m Bored – promo video – Rage – 1979 (3 minutes).

11. 5ft1 – promo video – 1979 (3 minutes).

12. Interview with Iggy in a coach and footage of a signing at a record shop, includes live clips throughout – 1979 (10 minutes).

13. Old Grey Whistle Test, BBC2, UK T.V, 24/04/1979 – I’m Bored (3 minutes).

14. Old Grey Whistle Test, BBC2, UK T.V, 24/04/1979 – I Wanna Be Your Dog (1 minute).

15. Countdown, ABC (Channel 2), Australian T.V, 07/1979 – Molly Meldrum interviews Iggy then the star performs I’m Bored (4 minutes).

16. Knockin’ Em Down (In The City) – promo video – Rage – 1980 (3 minutes).

17. Loco Mosquito – promo video – Rage – 1980 (3 minutes).

Title 2:

1. The Tomorrow Show With Tom Snyder, NBC, USA T.V, 1980 – Tom Snyder interviews Iggy (7 minutes).

2. Bang Bang – promo video – 1981 (3 minutes).

3. Footage of Iggy arguing with an irate fan in the audience and the start of Rock And Roll Party – 12/1981 (2 minutes).

4. Unknown Show, 1982 – Eat Or Be Eaten (3 minutes).

5. The Tube, Channel 4, UK T.V, 1983 – Sweet Sixteen (4 minutes).  

6. The Tube, Channel 4, UK T.V, 1983 – Run Like A Villain (6 minutes).

7. V8 FilmProduktion!, 2007 – Iggy talks about the Stooges, includes old footage throughout (9 minutes).

8. Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame Induction Ceremony, Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, New York, USA, 10/03/2008 – Ray Of Light plus footage of Iggy meeting Madonna backstage (6 minutes).  

 

DVD WITH CHAPTERS:

Iggy Pop - 'The South Bank Show And More' (52 minutes) footage includes:

Title 1:

The South Bank Show, ITV, U.K. T.V, 2004 (49 minutes) - profile of the archetypal rock 'n' roll star, who first became famous in the late Sixties with The Stooges. Includes new interview with Iggy and footage from Iggy and the band's reunion tour (49 minutes):

1. Part 1.

2. Part 2.

3. Part 3.

Title 2:

Top Of The Pops, BBC1, UK T.V, 15/01/1987 – Real Wild Child (3 minutes).

Title 3:

Later Live…With Jools Holland, BBC2, UK T.V, 04/05/2010 - interview (3 minutes).

Title 4:

Later…With Jools Holland, BBC2, UK T.V, 07/05/2010 – interview (6 minutes).

 

JACKSON 5

DVD WITH CHAPTERS - has artwork:  

Jackson 5 - 'Goin' Back To Indiana' (NTSC) (61 minutes) footage includes:

Goin' Back To Indiana, ABC, USA T.V, 16/09/1971 - a programme in which the Jackson 5 perform and take part in various comedy sketches (57 minutes):

Title 1:

Comedy sketch featuring Scoop Newsworthy (Bill Cosby) trying to interview the Jackson 5 plus show intro.

Title 2:

Advertisements.

Title 3:

Comedy sketch featuring Scoop Newsworthy outside the Jackson 5 rehearsal studio, the group then perform I Want You Back, plus another comedy sketch about Tito's racing car:

1. part 1,

2. part 2,

3. part 3.

Title 4:

Advertisement.

Title 5:

Comedy sketch featuring Scoop Newsworthy outside the Jackson 5 rehearsal studio, the group then perform Maybe Tomorrow, plus another comedy sketch about the Jackson 5 playing basketball:

1. part 1,

2. part 2,

3. part 3.

Title 6:

Advertisements.

Title 7:

Comedy sketch featuring Scoop Newsworthy at the airport waiting for the Jackson 5 to leave for their concert plus ABC animated music video:

1. part 1,

2. part 2.

Title 8:

Advertisements.

Title 9:

Footage of the Jackson 5 arriving at the airport, comedy sketch featuring Scoop Newsworthy waiting in a limousine for them and accidentally meeting Diana Ross, plus the Jackson 5 perform Stand! and Feelin' Alright at West Side High School, Gary, Indiana, USA, 31/01/1971:

1. part 1,

2. part 2.

Title 10:

Advertisements.

Title 11:

Comedy sketch featuring Scoop Newsworthy on a rafter above the arena, plus the Jackson 5 perform I Want To Take You Higher, Walk On, The Love You Save and Goin' Back To Indiana at West Side High School, Gary, Indiana, USA, 31/01/1971:

1. part 1,

2. part 2.

Title 12:

Advertisement followed by a comedy sketch featuring Scoop Newsworthy and the Jackson 5 who sign Scoop's plaster, plus credits.

Title 13:

Footage of the Jackson 5 performing Who's Loving You taken from the film The Jacksons: An American Dream, 1992 (4 minutes).

 

JIMMY SOMERVILLE / BRONSKI BEAT / THE COMMUNARDS:

DVD WITH CHAPTERS:

Jimmy Somerville / Bronski Beat / The Communards - 'The Video Collection Plus Bonus Footage' (85 minutes) footage includes:

Title 1:

1. Smalltown Boy,

2. Why,

3. Ain’t Necessarily So,

4. I Feel Love / Johnny Remember Me,

5. Don’t Leave Me This Way,

6. Disenchanted,

7. So Cold The Night,

8. You Are My World,

9. Tomorrow,

10. Never Can Say Goodbye,

11. For A Friend,

12. There’s More To Love Than Boy Meets Girl,

13. Dancing Queen,

14. Comment Te Dire Adieu,

15. You Make Me Feel (Mighty Real),

16. Read My Lips,

17. To Love Somebody,

18. video credits.

Title 2:

1. Earsay, Channel 4, UK T.V, 01/09/1984 – Bronski Beat perform Why (4 minutes).

2. Top Of The Pops, BBC1, UK T.V, 07/06/1984 – Bronski Beat perform Smalltown Boy (4 minutes).

3. Top Of The Pops, BBC1, UK T.V, 04/09/1986 – The Communards perform Don't Leave Me This Way (2 minutes).

 

LOU REED:

DVD WITH CHAPTERS:

Lou Reed - 'Rock ‘n’ Roll Animal' (NTSC) (52 minutes) footage includes:

Sally Can’t Dance World Tour, Olympia Theatre, Paris, France 25/05/1974 – pro-shot (30 minutes):

1. intro,

2. Sweet Jane,

3. I’m Waiting For The Man,

4. Lady Day,

5. Vicious,

6. Sally Can’t Dance,

7. Ride Sally Ride.

Sally Can’t Dance World Tour, Brussels, Belgium 05/1974 – pro-shot, weak colour (19 minutes):

8. Rock ‘n’ Roll,

9. Heroin,

10. Walk On The Wild Side,

11. Goodnight Ladies.

Bataclan Club, Paris, France 29/01/1972 – with John Cale and Nico – French T.V, pro-shot, black and white (3 minutes):

12. Heroin.

 

PAN'S PEOPLE:

DVD WITH CHAPTERS - has artwork:      

Pan's People - 'Gotta Dance' (101 minutes) footage includes:

Title 1:

Top Of The Pops, BBC1, UK T.V, 1970-76 - Pan's People perform various songs (69 minutes), songs are:

1. Barbados - Typically Tropical - 23/12/1975,

2. Space Oddity - David Bowie - 23/12/1975,

3. Swing Your Daddy - Jim Gilstrap - 10/04/1975,

4. Help Me Make It Through The Night - John Holt - 02/01/1975,

5. You Little Trustmaker - The Tymes - 04/10/1974,

6. When Will I See You Again - The Three Degrees - 08/08/1974,

7. Monster Mash - Bobby 'Boris' Pickett And The Crypt-Kickers - 27/09/1973,

8. You Won't Find Another Fool Like Me - The New Seekers - 25/12/1974,

9. You're The First, The Last, My Everything - Barry White - 25/12/1974,

10. My Sweet Lord - George Harrison - 27/12/1971,

11. I Can't Stop - The Osmonds - 02/05/1974,

12. Theme From Mahogany (Do You Know Where Your Going To) - Diana Ross - 15/04/1976,

13. River Deep-Mountain High - The Supremes And The Four Tops - 01/07/1971,

14. Joy To The World - Three Dog Night - 17/06/1971,

15. Both Sides Now - Judy Collins - 05/02/1970,

16. Love On A Mountain Top - Robert Knight - 20/12/1973,

17. Get Down - Gilbert O' Sullivan - 25/12/1973,

18. Jungle Rock - Hank Mizell - 01/04/1976,

19. One Of These Nights - The Eagles - 28/08/1975,

20. Without You - Harry Nilsson - 28/12/1972,

21. Mama's Pearl - Jackson 5 - 29/04/1971,

22. Itchycoo Park - Small Faces - 08/01/1976,

23. You Make Me Feel Brand New - The Stylistics - 15/08/1974,

24. You're So Vain - Carly Simon - 01/02/1973,

25. Spirit In The Sky - Norman Greenbaum - 27/12/1973.

26. The Two Ronnies, BBC2, UK T.V, 08/11/1973 - Pan's People perform Johnny B. Goode by Chuck Berry (2 minutes).

Title 2:

Digging The Dancing Queens, BBC2, UK T.V, 30/07/2006 - documentary about Pan's People (29 minutes):

1. part 1,

2. part 2,

3. part 3,

4. part 4,

5. part 5,

6. part 6,

7. part 7,

8. part 8.

Title 3:

Advertisement for the DVD company (1 minute).

 

PET SHOP BOYS:

DVD WITH RANDOM CHAPTERS:

Pet Shop Boys - 'Discovery Live In Rio' – Rio de Janiero, Brazil, 11/12/1994 – pro-shot (96 minutes) songs are:

Tonight Is Forever,

I Wouldn’t Normally Do This Kind Of Thing,

Always On My Mind,

Domino Dancing,

To Speak Is A Sin,

One In A Million / Mr Vain,

Paninaro,

Rent,

Suburbia,

King’s Cross,

So Hard,

Left To My Own Devices / Rhythm Of The Night,

Absolutely Fabulous,

Liberation,

West End Girls,

Can You Forgive Her?,

Girls And Boys,

It's A Sin / I Will Survive,

Go West,

band are introduced,

Being Boring.

 

RIGHT SAID FRED:

DVD WITH CHAPTERS:

Right Said Fred - 'Up The DVD' (43 minutes) footage includes:

1. intro,

2. I’m Too Sexy,

3. Don’t Talk Just Kiss,

4. Deeply Dippy,

5. Those Simple Things,

6. Day For A Daydream,

7. Love For All Seasons,

8. Don’t Talk Just Kiss (Suck Face US Remix),

9. Deeply Dippy (US Version),

10. interview with Angus Deayton,

11. credits.

 

TOP OF THE POPS COMPILATIONS:

Various Artists – Top Of The Pops 70’s – DVD 1 (approximately 120 minutes) footage includes:

Top Of The Pops 70’s, Arte, German T.V – performances originally broadcast on BBC1, UK T.V in the 1970’s (approximately 120 minutes):

1. Get It On – T. Rex,

2. Rock And Roll, Part 2 – Gary Glitter,

3. All Right Now – Free,

4. Son Of My Father – Chicory Tip,

5. Fox On The Run – The Sweet,

6. My Sharona – The Knack,

7. Coz I Love You – Slade,

8. Starman – David Bowie,

9. Airport – The Motors,

10. Video Killed The Radio Star – The Buggles,

11. Lola – The Kinks,

12. Maggie May – Rod Stewart And The Faces,

13. Make Me Smile – Steve Harley And Cockney Rebel,

14. My Ding-A-Ling – Chuck Berry,

15. Stand By Your Man – Tammy Wynette,

16. Streets Of London – Ralph McTell,

17. Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word – Elton John,

18. The First Time I Ever Saw Your Face – Roberta Flack,

19. I’m Not In Love – 10CC,

20. Sympathy – Rare Bird,

21. Sam – Olivia Newton-John,

22. Exodus – Bob Marley And The Wailers,

23. Needles And Pins – Smokie,

24. 2-4-6-8 Motorway – Tom Robinson Band,

25. Heroes – David Bowie,

26. Wuthering Heights – Kate Bush,

27. Denis – Blondie,

28. Ca Plane Pour Moi – Plastic Bertrand,

29. One Step Beyond – Madness,

30. Gangsters – The Special A.K.A,

31. Living On The Front Line – Eddy Grant,

32. A Message To You Rudy – The Special With Rico,

33. Dreadlock Holiday – 10CC,

34. If You Can’t Give Me Love – Suzi Quatro,

35. Angelo – Brotherhood Of Man,

36. If I Can’t Have You – Yvonne Elliman.

37. Yes Sir, I Can Boogie – Baccara,

38. Belfast – Boney M,

39. You Sexy Thing – Hot Chocolate,

40. Dancin’ Easy – Danny Williams,

41. I Just Wanna Be Your Everything – Andy Gibb,

42. Whenever You Want My Love – The Real Thing,

43. Love Bug / Sweets For My Sweet – Tina Charles,

44. Figaro – Brotherhood Of Man.

  

Various Artists – Top Of The Pops 70’s – DVD 2 (approximately 120 minutes) footage includes:

Top Of The Pops 70’s, Arte, German T.V – performances originally broadcast on BBC1, UK T.V in the 1970’s (approximately 120 minutes):

1. We Don’t Talk Anymore – Cliff Richard,

2. When You’re In Love With A Beautiful Woman – Dr. Hook,

3. On A Little Street In Singapore – The Manhattan Transfer,

4. I Love The Sound Of Breaking Glass – Nick Lowe,

5. Hit Me With Your Rhythm Stick – Ian Dury And The Blockheads,

6. It’s A Heartache – Bonnie Tyler,

7. Love Don’t Live Here Anymore – Rose Royce,

8. Theme From Deer Hunter (Cavatina) – The Shadows,

9. So You Win Again – Hot Chocolate,

10. Makin’ All The Right Moves – Tina Charles,

11. Giving Up Giving In – Three Degrees,

12. Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood – Santa Esmeralda And Leroy Gomez,

13. Le Freak – Chic,

14. Born To Be Alive – Patrick Hernandez,

15. Light My Fire – Amii Stewart,

16. One Way Ticket – Eruption,

17. Hooray! Hooray! It’s A Holi-Holiday – Boney M,

18. Oooh What A Life – The Gibson Brothers,

19. Can You Feel The Force – The Real Thing,

20. I Want Your Love – Chic,

21. Rivers Of Babylon – Boney M,

22. My Simple Heart – Three Degrees,

23. Sunday Girl – Blondie,

24. On My Radio – The Selecter,

25. Cars – Gary Numan,

26. Lucky Number – Lene Lovich,

27. Money (That’s What I Want) – Flying Lizzards,

28. Making Plans For Nigel – XTC,

29. Pop Musik – M,

30. Are Friends Electric? – Tubeway Army,

31. Can’t Stand Losing You – The Police,

32. She’s In Love With You – Suzi Quatro,

33. Does Your Mother Know? – Abba,

34. Dreaming – Blondie,

35. Dance Away – Roxy Music,

36. Brass In Pocket – The Pretenders,

37. Wow – Kate Bush,

38. The Ballad Of Lucy Jordan – Marianne Faithfull,

39. If I Had You – The Korgis,

40. Mary’s Boy Child/Oh My Lord – Boney M,

41. A Woman In Love – Three Degrees,

42. Roxanne – The Police.

 

Various Artists – Top Of The Pops 80’s – DVD 1 (approximately 90 minutes) footage includes:

Performances originally broadcast on Top Of The Pops, BBC1, UK T.V in the 1980’s (approximately 90 minutes):

1. Dexys Midnight Runners - Come On Eileen,

2. Cliff Richard – The Only Way Out,

3. David Essex – Me And My Girl (Night-clubbing),

4. Modern Romance – Everybody Salsa,

5. UB40 – One In Ten,

6. Teardrop Explodes – Passionate Friend,

7. Soft Cell – Tainted Love,

8. Dollar – Mirror Mirror,

9. The Police – Spirits In The Material World,

10. The Kinks – Come Dancing,

11. Kim Wilde – Love Blonde,

12. Haircut 100 – Favourite Shirts (Boy Meets Girl),

13. Ultravox – The Voice,

14. Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark – Joan Of Arc,

15. XTC – Senses Working Overtime,

16. Hazell Dean – Searchin’ (I Got To Find A Man),

17. The Associates - This Party Fears Two,

18. The Stranglers – Skin Deep,

19. Godley And Crθme – Under Your Thumb,

20. The Beat – Too Nice To Talk To,

21. Ultravox – Dancing With Tears In My Eyes,

22. The Look – I Am The Beat,

23. Spandau Ballet – The Freeze,

24. XTC – Sgt. Rock (Is Going To Help Me),

25. Adam And The Ants – Ant Music,

26. Duran Duran – Hungry Like The Wolf,

27. ABC – That Was Then But This Is Now,

28. Tenpole Tudor – Wunderbar,

29. Yazoo – Only You,

30. Joan Jett And The Blackhearts – I Love Rock ‘n’ Roll / The Pretenders – Don’t Get Me Wrong (music video).

  

Various Artists – Top Of The Pops 80’s – DVD 2 (approximately 90 minutes) footage includes: 

Performances originally broadcast on Top Of The Pops, BBC1, UK T.V in the 1980’s (approximately 90 minutes):

1. Altered Images – See Those Eyes,

2. Elton John – Blue Eyes,

3. Yazoo – The Other Side Of Love,

4. Motorhead – Ace Of Spades,

5. The Stranglers – Strange Little Girl,

6. The Boomtown Rats – Someone’s Looking At You,

7. The Stray Cats – Rock This Town,

8. Adam And The Ants – Kings Of The Wild Frontier,

9. Madness – Cardiac Arrest,

10. ABC – Poison Arrow,

11. Robert Palmer – Some Guys Have All The Luck,

12. Toni Basil – Mickey,

13. Bucks Fizz – My Camera Never Lies,

14. Kim Wilde – View From A Bridge,

15. Nena – 99 Red Balloons,

16. Julian Lennon – Too Late For Goodbyes,

17. The Vapors – Jimmie Jones,

18. Slade – We’ll Bring The House Down,

19. Susan Fassbender – Twilight Cafι,

20. Aztec Camera – Oblivious,

21. Roman Holiday – Motor Mania,

22. Wham! – Club Tropicana,

23. The Specials – Ghost Town,

24. Scottish World Cup Squad – We Have A Dream,

25. Stiff Little Fingers – Just Fade Away,

26. Madness – Shut Up,

27. The Regents – 7-Teen,

28. Teardrop Explodes – Treason,

29. Matt Bianco – Get Out Of Your Lazy Bed,

30. Spandau Ballet – Highly Strung,

31. The Jam – Precious.

  

Various Artists – Top Of The Pops 80’s – DVD 3 (approximately 90 minutes) footage includes:

Performances originally broadcast on Top Of The Pops, BBC1, UK T.V in the 1980’s (approximately 90 minutes):

1. Madness – My Girl,

2. Roxy Music – Over You,

3. Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark – Messages,

4. Stiff Little Fingers – Nobody’s Heroes,

5. Judas Priest – United,

6. Split Enz – I Got You,

7. Duran Duran – Girls On Film,

8. Kim Wilde – Water On Glass,

9. Squeeze – Labelled With Love,

10. Bad Manners – Walking In The Sunshine,

11. The Special AKA – Free Nelson Mandela,

12. Blancmange – Don’t Tell Me,

13. The Bluebells – I’m Falling,

14. Elton John – Little Jeannie,

15. Siouxsie And The Banshees – Spellbound,

16. Joe Jackson – Steppin’ Out,

17. Wah! – The Story Of The Blues,

18. Wham! – Wham! Rap,

19. Blancmange – Waves,

20. Bananarama – Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye,

21. New Order – Blue Monday,

22. Kajagoogoo – Oh To Be Ah,

23. Slade – Run Runaway,

24. Ultravox – Love’s Great Adventure,

25. Jona Lewie – Stop The Cavalry,

26. Headgirl – Please Don’t Touch,

27. Ph.D. – I Won’t Let You Down,

28. The Creatures – Miss The Girl,

29. Nik Kershaw – When A Heart Beats,

30. Duran Duran – The Reflex.

  

Various Artists – Top Of The Pops 80’s – DVD 4 (approximately 90 minutes) footage includes:

Performances originally broadcast on Top Of The Pops, BBC1, UK T.V in the 1980’s (approximately 90 minutes):

1. Modern Romance – Don’t Stop That Crazy Rhythm,

2. The Kane Gang – Closest Thing To Heaven,

3. Frankie Goes To Hollywood – Relax,

4. The Icicle Works – Love Is A Wonderful Colour,

5. China Crisis – Wishful Thinking,

6. Madonna – Holiday,

7. The Smiths – What Difference Does It Make?,

8. Flock Of Seagulls – Wishing (If I Had A Photograph Of You),

9. Genesis – Paperlate,

10. Nick Heyward – Take That Situation,

11. Ultravox – One Small Day,

12. Stevie Nicks – Rooms On Fire,

13. The Bangles – Be With You,

14. The Beautiful South – You Keep It All In,

15. Danny Wilson – Mary’s Prayer,

16. ABC – Poison Arrow,

17. Kim Wilde – The Second Time,

18. Midge Ure – If I Was,

19. Altered Images – Happy Birthday,

20. Howard Jones – Pearl In The Shell,

21. Bananarama – Rough Justice,

22. Madness – Baggy Trousers,

23. Tenpole Tudor – Swords Of A Thousand Men,

24. Jon And Vangelis – I’ll Find My Way Home,

25. ABC – When Smokey Sings,

26. Kim Wilde – You Keep Me Hangin’ On,

27. Spandau Ballet – Lifeline,

28. Debbie Harry – I Want That Man,

29. Belinda Carlisle – Leave A Light On,

30. Bronski Beat – Smalltown Boy,

31. Phil Collins – I Missed Again,

32. The Firm – Star Trekkin’ (music video) / Duran Duran – Skin Trade.

  

Various Artists – Top Of The Pops 80’s – DVD 5 (approximately 90 minutes) footage includes:

Performances originally broadcast on Top Of The Pops, BBC1, UK T.V in the 1980’s (approximately 90 minutes):

1. The Primitives – Crash,

2. Eddy Grant – Gimme Hope Jo’anna,

3. Elton John – Kiss The Bride,

4. Depeche Mode – Love In Itself,

5. Duran Duran – Planet Earth,

6. Simple Minds – Glittering Prize,

7. Toyah – It’s A Mystery,

8. The Associates – 18 Carat Love Affair,

9. Terence Trent D’Arby – Wishing Well,

10. Cliff Richard – My Pretty One,

11. The Jam – The Eton Rifles,

12. ABC – Tears Are Not Enough,

13. Modern Romance – Walking In The Rain,

14. Living In A Box – Gatecrashing,

15. The Beautiful South – Song For Whoever,

16. ABC – That Was Then But This Is Now,

17. Kim Wilde – You Came,

18. The Alarm – 68 Guns,

19. The Undertones – My Perfect Cousin,

20. Judas Priest – Living After Midnight,

21. Duran Duran – Careless Memories,

22. Level 42 – The Chinese Way,

23. Ultravox – Lament,

24. The Specials – Do Nothing,

25. The Style Council – Speak Like A Child,

26. Martika – I Feel The Earth Move,

27. Tracey Ullman – Breakaway,

28. The Progues And The Dubliners – The Irish Rover,

29. Duran Duran – The Reflex,

30. Kim Wilde – Four Letter Word,

31. Fun Boy Three – Tunnel Of Love,

32. Culture Club – Karma Chameleon / Rock Steady Crew – (Hey You) The Rock Steady Crew (the audience dance to the song).

  

DVD WITH CHAPTERS:

Various Artists - 'Top Of The Pops 2: 80s Special’ (89 minutes) footage includes:

Top Of The Pops 2: 80s Special, BBC2, UK T.V, 10/05/2010 – a selection of old Top Of The Pops performances (89 minutes):

1. intro,

2. Adam And The Ants – Ant Music – December 1980,

3. Bucks Fizz – Making Your Mind Up – March 1981,

4. Soft Cell – Tainted Love – August 1981,

5. Bananarama – It Ain’t What You Do – February 1982,

6. Dexys Midnight Runners – Come On Eileen – July 1982,

7. Madness – Our House – December 1982,

8. Kajagoogoo – Too Shy – January 1983,

9. Paul Young – Wherever I Lay My Hat – June 1983,

10. UB40 – Red Red Wine – August 1983,

11. Culture Club – Karma Chameleon – September 1983,

12. Frankie Goes To Hollywood – Relax – January 1984,

13. Nena – 99 Red Balloons – February 1984,

14. Duran Duran – The Reflex – April 1984,

15. Wham! – Wake Me Up Before You Go Go – April 1984,

16. Dead Or Alive – You Spin Me Round – February 1985,

17. Fergal Sharkey – A Good Heart – April 1985,

18. Tears For Fears – Everybody Wants To Rule The World – April 1985,

19. Sister Sledge – Frankie – June 1985,

20. Eurythmics – There Must Be An Angel (Playing With My Heart) – July 1985,

21. Aha – Take On Me – November 1985,

22. Pet Shop Boys – West End Girls – December 1985,

23. Billy Ocean – When The Going Gets Tough – January 1986,

24. Chris De Burgh – The Lady In Red – July 1986,

25. The Communards – Don’t Leave Me This Way – September 1986,

26. Europe – The Final Countdown – November 1986,

27. Mel And Kim – Respectable – March 1987,

28. Whitney Houston – I Wanna Dance With Somebody – May 1987,

29. Terence Trent D’Arby – Wishing Well – June 1987,

30. T’Pau – China In Your Hand – November 1987,

31. Bros – When Will I Be Famous – January 1988,

32. Tiffany – I Think We’re Alone Now – January 1988,

33. Yazz – The Only Way Is Up – July 1988,

34. Kylie And Jason – Especially For You – January 1989,

35. Black Box – Ride On Time – August 1989,

36. Lisa Stansfield – All Around The World – November 1989.

 

DVD WITH CHAPTERS:

Various Artists - 'Top Of The Pops 2 Goes Disco!’ (89 minutes) footage includes:

Top Of The Pops 2 Goes Disco!, BBC2, UK T.V, 21/07/2007 – a selection of old Top Of The Pops performances/music videos (89 minutes):

1. Bee Gees – Jive Talkin’ – July 1975,

2. Chic – Le Freak – January 1979,

3. Gloria Gaynor – I Will Survive – February 1979,

4. Liquid Gold – Dance Yourself Dizzy – March 1980,

5. George McCrae – Rock Your Baby – December 1974,

6. Kool And The Gang – Celebration – November 1980,

7. Abba – Summer Night City – September 1978,

8. Junior – Mama Used To Say – May 1982,

9. Sylvester – Mighty Real – September 1978,

10. Weather Girls – It’s Raining Men – March 1984,

11. Rich Dees And His Cast Of Idiots – Disco Duck – October 1976,

12. Hi-Tension – British Hustle – August 1978,

13. Yazz – The Only Way Is Up – August 1988,

14. Village People – Y.M.C.A. – December 1978,

15. J.A.L.N. Band – Disco Music – October 1976,

16. KC And The Sunshine Band – Give It Up – July 1983,

17. Three Degrees – Take Good Care Of Yourself – April 1975,

18. Blondie – Heart Of Glass – February 1979,

19. Heatwave – Boogie Nights – February 1977,

20. The Real Thing – You To Me Are Everything – June 1976,

21. Earth, Wind And Fire – Boogie Wonderland – May 1979,

22. Boney M – Ma Baker – December 1977,

23. Gibson Brothers – Cuba – February 1980,

24. Tina Charles – I’ll Go Where The Music Takes Me – March 1978,

25. Linx – Intuition – March 1981,

26. Spiller – Groovejet – August 2000,

27. Dan Hartman – Instant Replay – November 1978,

28. Edwin Star – H.A.P.P.Y. Radio – May 1979,

29. Gonzalez – I Haven’t Stopped Dancin’ Yet – March 1979,

30. Infernal – From Paris To Berlin – May 2006,

31. Bee Gees – Stayin’ Alive – January 1978.

 

Various Artists – German Top Of The Pops (89 minutes) footage includes:

Kultnacht, ZDF, German T.V – performances originally broadcast in the late 1970’s and early 1980’s (89 minutes):

Title 1:

Empty title.

Title 2:

1. Mighty Quinn – Manfred Man’s Earth Band,

2. Wheel In The Sky - Journey,

3. A Spaceman Came Travelling – Chris De Burgh,

4. Changes - Santana,

5. Mit Pfefferminz Bin Ich Dein Prinz – Marius Muller-Westernhagen,

6. Bad Case Of Loving You – Robert Palmer,

7. Babe – Styx,

8. Don’t Look Back – Peter Tosh,

9. Heartbreaker – Pat Benatar,

10. She’s So European – Kiss,

11. Roxanne – The Police,

12. Return To Paradise – Elton John,

13. Matador – Garland Jeffreys,

14. Crossfire – Jethro Tull,

15. Highway To Hell – AC/DC,

16. Hymn – Barclay James Harvest,

17. Babooshka – Kate Bush,

18. I Want You To Want Me – Cheap Trick,

19. Feels Like The First Time – Foreigner,

20. When You’re In Love With A Beautiful Woman – Dr. Hook,

21. Liebe Wird Verboten – Peter Maffay,

22. You Really Got Me – Van Halen,

23. Humble Stance – Saga,

24. Food For Thought – UB40,

25. Cat Scratch Fever – Ted Nugent,

26. Don’t Break My Heart Again – Whitesnake.

 

ALL VIDEOS ARE IN COLOUR UNLESS STATED.

(These lists are very useful for collectors who want to know what rare footage exists).

 

Michael Jackson & Freddie Mercury comparisons.

Rare Queen videos.

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Tribute to Freddie Mercury 2001.

Queen book reviews.

Queen zone essay.

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