VARIOUS ARTISTS – The 25th Anniversary of the Marquee Club

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VARIOUS ARTISTS The 25th Anniversary of the Marquee Club

DVD TRACKLISTING

1. OSIBISA Paper Match
2. DR JOHN Little Lisa Jane
3. CLIMAX BLUES BAND Couldn’t Get It Right
4. NAZARETH This Flight Tonight
5. ALEXIS KORNER Hootchie Kootchie Man
6. IAN MATTHEWS Lonely Hunter
7. MAN C’mon
8. WISHBONE ASH Phoenix
9. The CRY with JOHN WATTS Welcome
10.STATUS QUO Don’t Waste My Time
11.CHERRY BOMBZ Hot Girls
12.MARILLION Following Us
13.TEN YEARS AFTER Goin’ Home
14.MEZZOFORTE Danger High Voltage
15.DAVE DEE Bend It

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

London’s MARQUEE Club celebrated its 25th Anniversary in 1983 and this DVD features performances from bands and artists that have performed at one of the longest established venues in rock history over that period.

The Marquee was a launching pad for many of the world’s biggest bands and artists.

Also included alongside the full performances of the listed below artists are interviews with PHIL COLLINS, KENNY JONES, DAVE DEE, ALEXIS KORNER, CHRIS BARBER reflecting on their appearances at The Marquee.

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Reviews

A great classic rock DVD with great performances and a nice history of the Marquee Club. www.musicknockout.net

In summer 1983, the Marquee Club in London held two days of celebration for its 25th anniversary. On this DVD are snapshots of those nights and the bands and artists who have played there.

The most poignant is the appearance of Alexis Korner with an all star band that included Bill Wyman and Charlie Watts. This was one of his final appearances, at a club where he recorded his r and b at the Marquee album in 1962.

Also appearing on the DVD are a rockier Status Quo and Welsh band Man, sitting alongside the New Orleans legend Dr John and 1960s pop star Dave Dee. This DVD encompasses all the styles of music you would find at the club, enhanced by reminiscences with some of the artists.

Nigel Filby, Diss Express (September 2007)


Some of Britain's most popular rock acts are given an opportunity to strut their stuff during the course of this one and a half hour DVD...

Kevin Bryan, Houderness Gazette (September 2007)


...the footage is fine, with Welsh rockers Man putting in a powerful performance on C'Mon, while Nazareth rock out with an incendiary version of Joni Mitchell's This Flight Tonight...

Music Week (15.09.07)


...this enjoyably dated film makes for good entertainment, being informative of period, revealing of participating artists and (albeit unintentionally) amusing.

Peter Muir, www.getreadytorock.com (November 2007)


...it is great to revisit the history of a legendary club where bands plied their trade to become great live acts...

Classic Rock Society (Dec 2007)


Some of Britains' most popular rock acts are given an opportunity to strut their stuff during the course of the one and a half hour DVD...

Kevin Bryan, Stirling News (Dec 2007)


Reviews

A great classic rock DVD with great performances and a nice history of the Marquee Club. www.musicknockout.net

In summer 1983, the Marquee Club in London held two days of celebration for its 25th anniversary. On this DVD are snapshots of those nights and the bands and artists who have played there.

The most poignant is the appearance of Alexis Korner with an all star band that included Bill Wyman and Charlie Watts. This was one of his final appearances, at a club where he recorded his r and b at the Marquee album in 1962.

Also appearing on the DVD are a rockier Status Quo and Welsh band Man, sitting alongside the New Orleans legend Dr John and 1960s pop star Dave Dee. This DVD encompasses all the styles of music you would find at the club, enhanced by reminiscences with some of the artists.

Nigel Filby, Diss Express (September 2007)


Some of Britain's most popular rock acts are given an opportunity to strut their stuff during the course of this one and a half hour DVD...

Kevin Bryan, Houderness Gazette (September 2007)


...the footage is fine, with Welsh rockers Man putting in a powerful performance on C'Mon, while Nazareth rock out with an incendiary version of Joni Mitchell's This Flight Tonight...

Music Week (15.09.07)


...this enjoyably dated film makes for good entertainment, being informative of period, revealing of participating artists and (albeit unintentionally) amusing.

Peter Muir, www.getreadytorock.com (November 2007)


...it is great to revisit the history of a legendary club where bands plied their trade to become great live acts...

Classic Rock Society (Dec 2007)


Some of Britains' most popular rock acts are given an opportunity to strut their stuff during the course of the one and a half hour DVD...

Kevin Bryan, Stirling News (Dec 2007)


 

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