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Erstellt von bamalama, 16.03.2004, 13:05 Uhr · 2.012 Antworten · 217.088 Aufrufe

  1. #391
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    Heute soll planmäßig von Universal die DVD [b]"Nik Kershaw - The Universal Masters DVD Collection" [b/]auf den Markt kommen
    (ich weiss leider nicht wie man ein Bild in den Thread stellt, sonst würd' ich's machen...)

    Track-Listing:

    1. Wouldn't It Be Good
    2. I Won't Let The Sun Go Down On Me
    3. Dancing Girls
    4. Wide Boy
    5. Nobody Knows
    6. Human Racing
    7. Don Quixote
    8. When A Heart Beats
    9. Radio Musicola
    10. Elizabeth's Eyes

    Mann, bin ich gespannt... bestellt habe ich sie ja schon!

    Gruß,
    Kathleen

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  3. #392
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    ist diese DVD schon gelistet, weiß jemand ob das ein altes Concert ist oder ein Aktuelles?

    http://images-eu.amazon.com/images/P...3.LZZZZZZZ.jpg
    diese DVD ist bereits vor 2 wochen erschienen - sie enthält ein konzert, dass 2004 aufgenommen wurde. nachdem ich diese DVD gemiensam mirt meinem besten freund gesehen habe steht für uns fest: im nächsten leben möchten wir als HUMAN LEAGUE-sängerin geboren werden - das ist leicht verdientes geld...

    Kathy postete
    Heute soll planmäßig von Universal die DVD [b]"Nik Kershaw - The Universal Masters DVD Collection" [b/]auf den Markt kommen
    @ KATHY

    die DVD ist längst draussen - vor 2 wochen (in HOLLAND) erschienen

    eine genaue beschreibung findest du in posting 329!

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    @bamalama: Ups, den Post muss ich wohl überlesen haben! Aber in Deinem Post steht auch "Veröffentlichungstermin: 04.04.2005". Warum kriegen die Käseroller ihn schon früher? Frechheit!
    Gruß,
    Kathleen

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    HAPPY MONDAYS - live in barcelona SNAPPER MUSIC SMADVD209X VERÖFFENTLICHUNG: 11.04.2005

    The Ryder brothers, Shaun and eldest Paul, started making music together in 1980. They formed the Happy Mondays in 1984, and just a year later
    Shaun’s friend Mark ‘Bez’ Berry found himself onstage and in – to his own amazement.

    In the second half of the 1980s Shaun, Bez and the boys (Paul on bass, drummer Gary ‘Gaz’ Whelan, guitarist Mark ‘Moose’ Day, and Paul ‘PD’ Davis on keyboards) were the soul of the ‘Madchester’ Hacienda clubbing scene. They were a one-off in so many ways: for instance, where else in one band would you find a wayward policeman’s son (Bez), two drug dealers (Shaun and Paul) and an ex-apprentice of Everton Football Club (Gaz)?

    By 1990 – and their third album Pills ‘N’ Thrills and Bellyaches – the Mondays had effortlessly kicked mainstream rock into the middle of next week. But a few years earlier their indie-band take on funk (along with Shaun’s gritty lyrics) proved just a bit too ahead of its time.
    Even the hippest Manchester audiences at first didn’t know what to make of their earliest gigs supporting New Order and other Manc bands. In their set the Mondays created a series of dance grooves rather perform fixed-format numbers.
    And then there was Bez’s stage presence: the band had signed up with Tony Wilson’s Factory Records and 1985’s ‘Freaky Dancin’ ‘ was their second single
    ( the debut ‘Forty-Five’ EP came out before Bez joined). It was also the shape of things to come on club dance floors.

    Bez has since described his stage moves with maracas as a “fuck-you war dance”. Anyway, it soon caught on. So much so that by spring 1990’s Strangeways Prison riots, inmates got up on the roof and danced Bez’s monkey dance to make their point for national television.

    Their 1987 debut album Squirrel & G-Man 24 Hour Party People Plastic Face Carnt Smile (White Out) was produced by Velvet Underground’s John Cale, who took over from New Order’s Bernard Sumner, who was at the mixing desk for their first recordings.
    Martin Hannett produced album two, Bummed, which came out in 1988 and featured future Monday’s classics such as ‘Wrote For Luck’ and ‘Mad Cyril’
    (Shaun’s fantasy about a tripping gangster which included samples from Nicholas Roeg’s gangster film Performance). Erasure’s Vince Clarke produced a dance mix of ‘Wrote For Luck’ (called ‘WFL’) and this was a signpost to the future and massive chart success.

    The Mondays’ ascent from cult to mainstream came with 1989’s ‘Madchester Rave On EP’. Produced by DJ/Production team Paul Oakenfold and Steve Osborne, this reached 19 in the singles charts, and the November 29th edition of Top Of The Pops featured both the Happy Mondays and Stone Roses.

    The next two singles – ‘Step On’ and ‘Kinky Afro’ – were dance re-workings of hits by John Kongos and Patti La Belle. Both reached number 5 and both were taken from the hugely successful third album Pills ‘N’ Thrills and Bellyaches – produced in Los Angeles by Oakenfold/Osborne.

    Album four, Yes Please, was recorded in Barbados. Tony Wilson saw this as a make-or-break album for Factory Records: crack cocaine selling locally for a dollar a rock soon led him to expect the worst. Chronic duress was also no stranger to ex-Talking Heads’ producers Tina Weymouth and Chris Franz during those crazy sessions.
    Yes Please got to 14 in October 1992 but Factory went under the month after as things were also falling apart within the band. They split in early 1993.

    A couple of years later Shaun and Bez reunited in Black Grape alongside rapper Kermit (ex-Ruthless Rap Assassins): their debut album It’s Great When You’re Straight…Yeah topped the charts in August 1995 and produced three Top 20 singles. It was also nominated for that year’s Mercury Music Prize. 1997’s album Stupid Stupid Stupid was less successful and the band split the year after.
    1999 witnessed a musically successful though brief Happy Mondays reunion (including original backing singer Rowetta) in which their cover of Thin Lizzy’s ‘The Boys Are Back In Town’ charted at 24 (on the London label) and the band played at Glastonbury.

    This DVD captures a rare Mondays gig filmed at Barcelona’s Razzmatazz club in December 2004 .
    Onstage Shaun is still the subversive enigma whose poetry and lyrics some have compared to TS Eliot’s (and whose year 2000 operatic collaboration ‘Barcelona’ got voted NME’s single of the week).
    Bez is as loose-limbed and in-yer-face as ever: he spends the rest of his time dee-jaying and winning reality TV shows. Together onstage the two still create that unique twilight club vibe.

    Maybe it was critic/discographer Martin Strong who came closest to defining the
    Happy Mondays’ magic when he wrote of “a band that were capable of true musical genius against all the odds”.

    TRACKLISTE:

    01. Kinky Affro
    02. Loose Fit
    03. Reverend Black Grape
    04. Bob's Yer Uncle
    05. Step On
    06. Donovan
    07. Hallelujah
    08. Mad Cyril
    09. WFL (Wrote For Luck)
    10. Stinkin' Thinkin'
    11. 24 Hour Party People

    SPECIAL FEATURES:

    - Exclusive Interview with Shaun Ryder
    - Biography
    - Sound Check Footage
    - Photo Gallery

    - Digital 5.1 Surround Sound
    - 2.0 Dolby Stereo
    - Widescreen
    - DVD PAL (All regions)


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    leicht verdientes Geld??

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    leicht verdientes Geld??
    muss man das verstehen???

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    es kommt so bei mir an, als ob ihre Stimmen nicht so besonders sind?!

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    EXTREME - classic extreme / the universal masters dvd collection UNIVERSAL 0602498270462 VERÖFFENTLICHUNG: 28.03.2005

    01. Decadence Dance
    02. Kid Ego
    03. Get The Funk Out
    04. Tragic Comic
    05. Hip Today
    06. Stop The World
    07. More Than Words
    08. Hole Hearted
    09. Song For Love
    10. Rest In Peace


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    2 neue GARY NUMAN-DVDs, (zunächst?) nur erhältlich über seine homepage!

    GARY NUMAN - fragment 1-04 http://www.numan.co.uk/index.html VERÖFFENTLICHUNG: 30.03.2005

    Fragment 1-04 was filmed at the Birmingham Academy in September 2004. The initial idea behind the Fragment series was to create DVD's that were of a lower quality more 'bootleg' nature. This idea was abandoned and the Fragment series has been filmed with the same quality and attention to detail as the highly successful Hope Bleeds DVD which was released in 2004, including extra interview footage.

    The tracklisting for Fragment 1-04 is as follows and includes links to some film clips taken from the DVD.

    01. Rip
    02. Noise Noise
    03. Voix
    04. Remind Me To Smile
    05. My Jesus
    06. Haunted
    07. Down In The Park
    08. Ancients
    09. Replicas
    10. Jagged
    11. Listen To My Voice
    12. Dead Heaven
    13. Are 'Friends' Electric?
    14. We Are Glass
    15. A Prayer For The Unborn
    16. My Shadow In Vain
    17. Fadeout 1930
    18. I Die:You Die




    GARY NUMAN - fragment 2-04 http://www.numan.co.uk/index.html VERÖFFENTLICHUNG: 30.03.2005

    Fragment 2-04 was filmed at the Shepherds Bush Empire in London in September 2004. The initial idea behind the Fragment series was to create DVD's that were of a lower quality, more 'bootleg' nature. This idea was abandoned and the Fragment series has been filmed with the same quality and attention to detail as the highly successful Hope Bleeds DVD which was released in 2004, including extra interview footage. This concert was of particular interest at the time as the band line up was, due to unforeseen circumstances, reduced from two keyboard players down to just one highly overloaded but highly competent Ade Orange. Ade did a fantastic job of making it all happen under considerable pressure.

    The tracklisting for Fragment 2-04 is as follows and includes links to some film clips taken from the DVD.

    01. Rip
    02. Noise Noise
    03. Voix
    04. Remind Me To Smile
    05. My Jesus
    06. Haunted
    07. Down In The Park
    08. Crazier
    09. Replicas
    10. Jagged
    11. Dead Heaven
    12. Cars
    13. Are 'Friends' Electric?
    14. We Are Glass
    15. A Prayer For The Unborn
    16. The Machman
    17. It Must Have Been Years
    18. Jo The Waiter


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    JESUS JONES - live at the marqee SECRET RECORDS SECDVD 114 VERÖFFENTLICHUNG: 11.04.2005

    And how did it all begin? We’ve told this story and others, so often in radio stations in Romania, in front of TV cameras in Canada, to students with dog-eared notepads in France that it’s getting hard to tell the fact from the boredom-derived fiction. Even now, when it comes as praise that people still want to know, we argue about what actually happened.

    My version would start with buying my first guitar when “Pretty Vacant” was in the charts, or maybe with Gen singing along to records at someone’s 14th birthday party. We were going to be a band, write great songs. We were going to be famous.

    We have a hit, a big one. We go to all the parties, all the gigs, hang out with our contemporaries, some of whom soon disappear, some of whom become huge stars then disappear, some of whom die. We travel to every continent.

    We have a huge hit in America. Meanwhile we’re playing dives in the swamps of the Southeast. Writing, playing, interviews, photo shoots, videos: The Dream Life. Now we are pop stars it’s time to take more care of the music.

    Our turn to decline and fall. From panic through to acceptance through to revelling in the differences. With nothing to lose the only way is up. Fewer people know songs from the last album compared to the first but the later ones are usually better. We play some shows, we tour. We have more fun more often. We play better than ever before. We still screw up but that’s part of the occasion, we try and give all we have even if some of the finer points are lost in the effort. And that brings us here. This DVD tells its side of the story.

    01. Zeros and One's
    02. Move Mountains
    03. International Bright Young Thing
    04. Caricature
    05. Next Big Thing
    06. Devil You Know
    07. In The Face Of All This
    08. Bring It On Down
    09. All The Answers
    10. Chemical Number One
    11. Come On Home
    12. Right Here, Right Now
    13. Are You Satisfied
    14. Welcome Back Victoria
    15. Message
    16. Never Enough
    17. Rocket Ships
    18. Half Up The Hill
    19. Real Real Real
    20. Nowhere Slow
    21. Info Freako
    22. Who Where Why
    23. Trust Me
    24. Cut & Dried
    25. Idiot Stare

    SPECIAL FEATURES:

    - Exclusive Interview

    DURATION: 2 hours 23 minutes (approx)


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