VARIOUS ARTISTS Ronnie Lane Memorial Concert

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VARIOUS ARTISTS Ronnie Lane Memorial Concert

DVD TRACKLISTING


I CAN’T MAKE IT .… SMALL WORLD
I’VE GOT MINE …. SMALL WORLD
I’M ONLY DREAMING …. SMALL WORLD
DON’T BURST MY BUBBLE …. SMALL WORLD
EVERY LITTLE BIT HURTS …. DEBORAH BONHAM BAND
MAYBE I’M AMAZED …. DEBORAH BONHAM BAND
RENE ….17BLACK (feat. Dean Rees) with MOLLIE MARRIOTT
LAZY SUNDAY ….17BLACK (feat. Dean Rees) with MOLLIE MARRIOTT
HERE COME THE NICE ….17BLACK (feat. Dean Rees) with STEVE DIGGLE
HEY GIRL …17BLACK (feat. Dean Rees) with DENNIS GREAVES
WHATCHA GONNA DO ABOUT IT ….17BLACK with DENNIS GREAVES
MAD JOHN …. MIDGE URE
MY MINDS EYE … MIDGE URE
WHAM BAM THANKYOU MAM …. OCEAN COLOUR SCENE
DONE THIS ONE BEFORE ….OCEAN COLOUR SCENE
SONG OF A BAKER ….OCEAN COLOUR SCENE
CATS MELODY ….SLIM CHANCE
KUSCHTY RYE ….SLIM CHANCE
ANNIVERSARY ….SLIM CHANCE with KEITH SMART
ANYMORE FOR ANYMORE …. SLIM CHANCE with CHRIS JAGGER
HOW COME …. SLIM CHANCE with CHRIS JAGGER
FLAGS AND BANNERS …. SLIM CHANCE with SAM BROWN
DEBRIS …. SLIM CHANCE with GLEN MATLOCK and MICK JONES
YOU’RE SO RUDE …. SLIM CHANCE with GLEN MATLOCK and MICK JONES
STONE …. SLIM CHANCE with PETE TOWNSHEND
HARVEST HOME …. SLIM CHANCE
THE POACHER …. SLIM CHANCE with PAUL WELLER
SPIRITUAL BABE …. SLIM CHANCE with PAUL WELLER
LAD’S GOT MONEY …. SLIM CHANCE with SAM BROWN
ONE FOR THE ROAD …. SLIM CHANCE
OOH LA LA …. SLIM CHANCE with PAUL WELLER and RONNIE WOOD
OGDENS NUT GONE FLAKE …. JONES GANG
MAGGIE MAY …. JONES GANG
GYPSY LANE …. JONES GANG
ITCHYCOO PARK …. JONES GANG
AFTERGLOW …. JONES GANG with STEVE ELLIS
IF YOU THINK YOU’RE GROOVY …. JONES GANG with SAM BROWN
HAD ME A REAL GOOD TIME …. JONES GANG with RONNIE WOOD
HEART TO HANG ON TO …. JONES GANG with PETE TOWNSHEND
and SAM BROWN
STAY WITH ME …. JONES GANG with RONNIE WOOD
ALL OR NOTHING …. JONES GANG with CHRIS FARLOWE

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At The ROYAL ALBERT HALL, LONDON on 8th April 2004 after some 15 months of planning with PAUL WELLER, RONNIE WOOD, PETE TOWNSHEND, STEVE ELLIS, MIDGE URE, OCEAN COLOUR SCENE amongst the artists assembled to perform to a sell-out venue and to pay tribute to a man who co-wrote many Mod anthems such as “Itchycoo Park, All Or Nothing, Here Comes The Nice, My Mind’s Eye” to name just a few.

RONNIE LANE was the creative heart of two of Rock ‘n’ Rolls quintessentially English groups, firstly during the 60’s with The SMALL FACES then during the 70;s with The FACES. After the split of the Faces he then formed SLIM CHANCE and toured the UK in a giant circus tent as well as working in the studio with ERIC CLAPTON, PETE TOWNSHEND and RONNIE WOOD.

5,500 fans looked on in awe at The RAH as the superb evening’s entertainment ended with “All Or Nothing” featuring a surprise appearance by CHRIS FARLOWE on lead vocals.

ARTISTS
RONNIE WOOD, PETE TOWNSHEND, PAUL WELLER, OCEAN COLOUR SCENE, JONES GANG, MIDGE URE, STEVE ELLIS, CHRIS FARLOWE, CHRIS JAGGER, MICK JONES, DENNIS GREAVES, SLIM CHANCE, DEBORAH BONHAM BAND

Run Time: Approx 3 hours 30 minutes

Region: NTSC all regions DVD

Reviews

This DVD is a wonderful way to remember a great evening at the Royal Albert Hall and a fitting souvenir for those who were there. Those who could not make it will enjoy hearing and see the concert for the first time. Great fun. Let's do it all again one day.

Making Time (August 2014)


A memorial concert worthy of Ronnie Lane for sure, and expertly captured on this DVD.

Music-News (August 2014)


Ten years on, a very well-filmed DVD running for more than three hours ensures the concert's standing as both a raucous piece of entertainment and a genuinely affectionate memorial event...

The Beat Magazine (August 2014)


Ronnie Wood, Pete Townshend, Paul Weller and sixties icons Steve Ellis and Chris Farlowe all played their part in the success of a lengthy set as they helped to breathe new life into memorable Lane creations such as 'Itchycoo Park', 'How Come' and the beguilingly bucolic 'The Poacher'.

Kevin Bryan, Regional Newspapers (July 2014)


 

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