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  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: Exempt
  • Studio: Rhino
  • DVD Release Date: 1 Dec. 2003
  • Run Time: 119 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0000E6YE9
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 29,204 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Track Listing:

  • Everybody Needs Somebody To Love – Solomon Burke
  • You Really Got Me – Ray Davies
  • Let The Boogie Woogie Roll – Robert Plant
  • You Can Get It If You Really Want – Jimmy Cliff
  • Fly Me To The Moon – Hughie Morgan
  • War – Edwin Starr
  • The Time Is Now – Roisin Murphy
  • Such A Night – Dr. John
  • A Change Is Gonna Come – Beverley Knight
  • Miss Otis Regrets – Kirsty MacColl
  • Handbags And Gladrags – Kelly Jones
  • Be-Bop-A-Lula – Tom Jones & Jeff Beck
  • Reconsider Baby – Eric Clapton
  • Ooh La La – Ronnie Wood
  • Ain’t No Pleasing You – Chas ‘n’ Dave
  • Will It Go Round In Circles? – Paul Weller
  • Surrender – Sharleen Spiteri
  • Out Of This World – Chrissie Hynde
  • I’m In A Dancing Mood – Jools Holland
  • Give Me A Little More Time – Gabrielle
  • Misty Blue – David McAlmont
  • Eyesight To The Blind – B.B. King
  • I Wanna Be Around – John Cale
  • Baby It’s Cold Outside – Tom Jones & Cerys Matthews
  • A Whiter Shade Of Pale – Gary Brooker
  • I’m A Man – Steve Winwood
  • T-Bone Shuffle – Mick Hucknall
  • Rotterdam – Paul Heaton & David Rotheray
  • Cry To Me – Solomon Burke
  • Drown In My Own Tears – Sam Brown
  • Say Hello Wave Goodbye – Marc Almond
  • Let’s Stick Together – Bryan Ferry
  • That’s All – Ruby Turner
  • Hi Ho Silver Lining – Jeff Beck

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Jools Holland's long-established Hogmanay/New Year's Eve celebration Later … Hootenanny remains TV's definitive dad-rock haven after 11 years on air. This formidably well-stuffed collection is a best of the best: the easiest way to check out the guest list is to study the cover picture--there really are that many names. Amusingly, the compilation comes close to shooting itself in the foot by opening with Solomon Burke's rip-roaring "Everybody Needs Somebody to Love", thus giving the following 31 turns a near-impossible act to follow. If in doubt, watch it at the end, as the everybody-up-on-stage version of Jeff Beck's "Hi Ho Silver Lining" that closes the disc is unfortunately a shambles. Along the way, though, there are plenty of highlights, the best of which add up to a triumph for the Welsh contingent. Cerys Matthews and Tom Jones do their best smoochy version of "Baby It's Cold Outside" before it began to wear a bit thin, the strapping Matthews managing to come on like a cross between Bambi and that girl you fancied in the lower sixth. Immediately preceding this is a gloriously menacing performance from John Cale in which he turns Johnny Mercer's jazz classic "I Wanna Be Around" into a leering, spitting threat to the listener's personal safety. There's something for everyone here, though, so just enjoy the show.

On the DVD: Later … Hootenanny on disc has nothing much by way of extras other than a handy facility that allows you to programme a sequence of any six tracks of your choosing, which is quite clever. But with over 30 acts performing more than two hours of music on a single disc, you really don't need anything more. --Roger Thomas

Customer Reviews

4.3 out of 5 stars

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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Jan Willem Wilkens on 8 Dec. 2003
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
This is the compilation I've been waiting for for a long time. I'm probably not the only one to have asked the BBC zillions of times to release some Hootenanny material. You watch it every year, you tape it (if you're lucky enough to remember), you enjoy it, but it's sometimes hard to remember how excellent most of the performances are... emptying a bottle of champagne. And the songs that are not worth a top rating are still good fun, as you can always enjoy the Jools' Orchestra & singers (Sam Brown is a knock-out !).
This is more than two hours of music performances worth watching.
Whilst not all the singers are in the december mood like Tom Jones & mrs Matthews from Catatonia (notably Chrissie Hinde seems a little out of style), you can enjoy this the moment you feel like it. It might even give cause to open the champagne after all.
On the critical side one might say it is a pity there are no interviews on the disc with some notable new year's resolutions from the audience to enhance the spirit even more & out of 34 songs there are 5 from the latest Hootenanny (01-01-2003). A bit out of balance, but that might hold a promise for more seasonal releases. HOOTENANNY !
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By S J Buck TOP 500 REVIEWER on 8 Sept. 2006
Format: DVD
Track 1 from 1999 is Paul McCartney playing Chuck Berry's "Brown Eyed Handsome Man". Ian Paice on Drums, Pete Wingfield Keyboards, David Gilmore Guitar. Pretty good? Well there is another 31 tracks on the DVD and the standard is maintained throughout.

If you're looking for great musicianship check-out George Benson playing Broadway. He's quite good on Guitar!

Georgie Fame does a marvellous version of Yeh Yeh. He's only playing with a quintet, rather than the full Orchestra, but they are all top quality musicians, so it has a different sort of power. Fame's voice is still as good as ever, really his voice is like a sixth instrument - listen to him to hold those long notes.

Theres other good stuff here: Johnny Cash performs Fulsom Prison Blues from 1994. Patti Smith and Guitar perform Because the Night. Bobby Whitlock (with EC on Guitar) does an emotional version of Bell bottom Blues. Paul Weller doing A Town Called malice. Steve Winwood jams with Jools in 2003 on 'Gimme Some Lovin'.

Naturally people who are 'Giants' will tend to be artists of an older generation so Robbie Williams doing a version of Suspicious Minds is the only vaguely contempary artist on the DVD. After that its REM then its back into the 70's or earlier.

Of course what I like and what you like is unlikely to be the same, but if you don't mind the older material, and enjoy the variety here there is likely to be something for everyone.

A special mention for Ian Dury and the Blockheads from 1998. Ian Dury was already ill when this was recorded but survived for another 18 months. So its great to see him and the Blockheads again doing "Sex and Drugs and Rock N Roll", and a fitting way to end the DVD.

This DVD set comes with a decent booklet giving you a moderate amount of information on each track.
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Jeremy Williams on 3 Dec. 2003
Format: DVD
Disc three of the three ten years anniversary Later discs is 'Later...with Jools Holland Giants' and focuses on 30 legendary artists, not all of whom are old. Most are, but that's no bad thing when Joe Strummer revisits 'London Calling', or Pete Townsend appears alone on stage with just his Strat for company and still cooks up an absolute storm. Jools has a showdown with his mentor, white bearded voodoo jazzman Dr John, Leonard Cohen is coaxed out of his monastery for 'Dance me to the end of love' and the grizzled Willie Nelson and his ancient guitar could have stepped straight out of the American Civil War, but his song is beautiful.
Every artist on the list is worthy of a place, though Ronnie Spector and Divine Comedy doing the Beach Boys 'Don't Worry Baby' is borderline. Elvis Costello scrapes in with a spirited performance of 'I don't want to go to Chelsea', and a disturbingly moustachioed Patti Smith just makes it with 'Because the night', de-housed from it's recent Ibiza incanation. Even Robbie Williams holds his own with an unrehearsed 'Suspicious Minds'. I doubted him, especially since he admitted he didn't know all the words and apologised in advance, but he pulls it off, despite playing in front of a picture of his own arse.
Of course, with legends comes eccentricity, so we're treated to Solomon Burke singing from a huge throne, and Bo Diddley covered in gold, playing a square guitar and singing 'Bo Diddley is crazy'.
Mostly though, this collection serves to put voices and faces to names, for the benefit of music plebs like myself. So that's who Georgie Fame is...
4/5
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By crush048 on 22 Jun. 2005
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The best way of starting your Jools Holland collection and for the fans....well just another one to your ever-growing collection! hehe anyway, Some really fantastic performances and memories that take you back to the days that Jools had some funny hair-styles..The amazing collaborations with people like BB King, Chas 'N' Dave, Dr John, Huey Morgan, Eric Clapton, Paul Weller, Beverly Knight, Solomon Burke, Tom Jones and loads more!!!
The get-together every year and for New Years eve, the best dvd to boogie with or to just sit back and enjoy!! The British will always have something to be proud of!
Ladies and gentleman, let's Hootenanny!!!
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