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Marty Wilde: Born To Rock 'n' Roll [DVD]


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  • Format: DVD-Video, PAL
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Classification: Exempt
  • Studio: Universal
  • DVD Release Date: 26 Nov 2007
  • Run Time: 296 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (27 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000XXDF9M
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 38,662 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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DVD1

1. Endless Sleep

2. Little Girl

3. Rubber Ball

4. Nut Rocker

5. Sea of Love

6. Six Five Special

7. Freight Train (featuring Roxanne Wilde)

8. Puttin’ on the Style

9. So Sad (To Watch Good Love Go Bad) (duet with Roxanne Wilde)

10. Scarlett O’Hara (performed by Jet Harris with The Wildcats)

11. Theme For Something Really Important (performed by Jet Harris with The Wildcats)

12. Diamonds (performed by Jet Harris with the Wildcats)

13. Like I’ve Never Been Gone

14. I Will

15. I’d Never Find Another You

16. Halfway To Paradise

17. Apron Strings

18. Do You Wanna Dance

19. Kids in America (featuring Kim Wilde)

20. INTERVAL

21. Jezebel

22. Danny

23. It Doesn’t Matter Anymore

24. Bad Boy (featuring original Wildcats, Brian Bennett, Brian ‘Licorice’ Locking and Big Jim Sullivan)

25. Tomorrow’s Clown

26. Jesamine

27. Here Comes That Feeling (featuring Roxanne Wilde)

28. Something Stupid (duet with Roxanne Wilde)

29. Nights in White Satin (duet with Justin Hayward)

30. Only Sixteen

31. I Remember You

32. Summer Holiday (featuring Brian Bennett and Bruce Welch)

33. Move It (featuring Brian Bennett, Hank Marvin and Bruce Welch)

34. Donna

35. A Teenager in Love

36. Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word (duet with Kim Wilde)

37. Are you Lonesome Tonight

38. Roll Over Beethoven

DVD2

Features interviews and photo gallery

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5 stars
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28 of 28 people found the following review helpful By J JARVIS on 28 Nov 2007
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Can`t praise this DVD enough. When I first heard Marty had appeared at the Palladium to celebrate 50 years in the business my first thought was something like this should have been filmed. To my joy and surprise it was and I bought it on the day of release. I have been a fan since the beginning buying all the records through highs and lows of his career and this must be one of the high points. Naturally being a fan I would give it a good review but I have to say it really is. Two and a half hours of pure nostalgia. Not only Marty but Jet Harris,Big Jim Sullivan, Justin Hayward,Hank Marvin,Bruce Welch,Brian Bennett,Licorice Locking and of course his daughters Kim & Roxanne. Plus a second disc of interviews with Marty and the rest of the artists. If you are a fan of some of the greatest music ever buy it and have a great nights entertainment. And then watch it again the next night.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Radiator on 16 Dec 2007
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Marty Wilde remains awesome. I first saw him in 1959 at Salisbury Gaumont and have seen him many times over the years.

The show is well balanced, packed with great songs and all of his hits - the big ones and the lesser chart entries.

The guests were marvellous and clearly he emerges as a man with class and integrity.

It is simply a great buy and long may Marty Wilde continue to give such great concerts. His voice is still superb, his manner humble.

A great star - then, and now
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28 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Jerry Edwards on 6 Dec 2007
Rock legend Marty Wilde covered thousands of miles earlier this year, winning standing ovations from packed theatres during his sell-out 50th Anniversary nationwide tour ... culminating in this unforgettable performance at Britain's premier theatre, the London Palladium.
He has also made a record-breaking return to the charts for the first time in 45 years with his Top 20 album `Born To Rock `n' Roll ~ The Greatest Hits' ... a 25-tracker which at the time of writing is close to going gold! And this value-plus DVD should also be a big seller, appealing to all ages.
The huge gap between those chart appearances proves that while hits are temporary, class is permanent. The iconic Wilde has always had one of the better voices in pop and rock since bursting on to the rock `n' roll scene in 1957, and now, at the age of 68, it shows no sign of diminishing ~ in fact it is stronger if this performance was anything to go by.
It was a terrific evening with the pioneering Marty in great form throughout, and a stellar list of special guests turned up to pay tribute, making it even more magical. The Palladium could not have staged many better one-off shows in its illustrious 70-year history. Marty's not just a rock `n' roll survivor, he has mastered his craft over that half-century ~ and how it showed with another consummate performance.
His power-packed versions of Jezebel and Tomorrow's Clown were awesome, his vocal range equal to anyone, and brought the house down. These were memorable moments in a show full of mutual warmth between performer and audience... and big surprises.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Mike on 21 Jan 2008
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I first heard Marty Wilde on radio around 1958 and then on tv in six Five Special and Oh Boy. It wasn't until the late 60s that I saw him live. Decades went by before I saw him again, this time touring with his old stable mate Jo Brown. I'd forgotten just how great a performer he was and still is with his voice as strong and distinctive as ever and covering a wide range of styles. When they were first starting out Cliff Richard and Marty inevitably were rivals but cliff has graciously gone on record as saying that of all of those early British rockers, Marty had the best voice. He also had hits in 1957 BC (before Cliff!) After seeing him with Joe I bought his "Best of" CD but was even more delighted by news of the 50th Anniversary DVD and it didn't disappoint. What a night and what a lineup, and no egos! This was a group of friends sharing a passion for great music and that really came across. Jet Harris even provided some great dead-pan, self-deprecating humour as well as reminding us what an innovative player he was and still is. Marty was in top form and the duets with his daughters were a delight to see and hear. For a man of 68 he he might just as well have been 18, although his voice is probably even better now. Also, his modesty, sincerity and sheer passion for his music make him a true star who has never had the recognition he so deserves. This is borne out in the accompanying Interviews DVD which gives a great insight. Buy this DVD and see for yourself!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By P. Clack on 7 Jan 2008
This DVD is summed up in one word BRILLIANT.A totally enjoyable show filmed
for us to enjoy again and again.Songs from right through his career and
joined by the original Wildcats Big Jim Sullivan,Brian Bennett and Liquorice
Locking (yep,the two who went onto fame with The Shadows),Jet Harris with his really dry sense of humour and great music,to Bruce Welch and Hank Marvin (The Shadows) not to mention Marty,s very talented daughters,Kim surely still one of the best voices around.What a concert,but wait theres more,a wonderful second disc of interviews,plus a tour of Marty,s office area with all his gold discs as well as Kims,his collection of all the guitars he,s had and played over the years.I cxould go on and on,but take it from me it's the best music DVD of 2007,because this music is ageless
and Marty Wlide deserves a Queens honour for bringing so far fifty years
of wonderful music and such a really nice guy with it,thanks Marty.
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