|1. One More Chance To Run
2. Fork Talking’ Man
3. Come On
4. International Heroes
5. My Life In Your Hands
6. Wild In The Streets
8. Wild One
9. Eat The Rich
JOHN FIDDLER unplugged
10.One More Chance To Run
11.Big Drift Away
12.Only The Roses
13.Return Of The Buffalo
Interviews with JOHN FIDDLER, DALE GRIFFIN*,
MORGAN FISHER, RAY MAJORS*
* Interviewed by KEITH SMITH
Band History written by Dale Griffin
Take Morgan Fisher, Overend Watts, Dale Griffin (ex MOTT THE HOOPLE), Ray Majors (ex MOTT) and add John Fiddler (Medicine Head front man) and you had in 1977 a super group just at the time that Punk was surfacing. British Lions had roared into life.
UK , European and USA tours took place over the next couple of years and a groundbreaking first album was released to much critical acclaim ‘British Lions’ SJPCD065
This DVD release prepared from footage shot for a German TV company in 1978 has been much sought after over the years and Angel Air release same for the first time now on DVD with band members interviews
JOHN FIDDLER, OVEREND WATTS, DALE GRIFFIN, MORGAN FISHER, RAY MAJORS
...their high energy rock tinged with a fair amount of boogie won many admirers...this DVD...shows a band full of vitality and taking greater pleasure in their performance...There are also several extended interviews with band members as they talk over the history of the band.
Classic Rock Society (July 2007)
...it's astonishing, an energetic roar that reminds us just how many great songs British Lions had salted away. The title track, in particular, is a stone cold John Fiddler classic, and the bonus cuts allow us another chance to experience it, as an unplugged Fiddler runs through a five song mini-set that begins with the same song.
There's also a clutch of band interviews lined up at the end of the disc, to put the entire British Lions story into excellent perspective.
Jo-Ann Greene, Goldmine (June 2007)
...the cream of their high octane repertoire is captured in this live DVD, which boasts five 'unplugged' songs from a solo Fiddler as a bonus
Kevin Bryan, Houderness Gazette (August 2007)