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Roxy Music -The Thrill of It All: A Visual History 1972-1982 [DVD] [2007]

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  • Format: Compilation, DVD-Video, PAL
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: Italian
  • Region: All Regions
  • Aspect Ratio: 4:3 - 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Classification: Exempt
  • Studio: EMI
  • DVD Release Date: 26 Nov. 2007
  • Run Time: 169 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000INAX0Q
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 57,126 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Disc 1 1972-1976

1. Re-make/Re-model The Royal College Of Art, London 1972

2. Ladytron The Old Grey Whistle Test, BBC Television 1972

3. Virginia Plain Top Of The Pops, BBC Television 1972

4. For Your Pleasure Full House, BBC Television 1972

5. Do The Strand The Old Grey Whistle Test, BBC Television 1973

6. In Every Dream Home A Heartache The Old Grey Whistle Test, BBC Television 1973

7. Editions Of You The Golden Rose Festival, Montreux 1973

8. Pyjamarama Musikladen, German Television 1974

9. Amazona Musikladen, German Television 1974

10. Psalm Musikladen, German Television 1974

11. All I Want Is You Top Of The Pops, BBC Television 1974

12. Love Is The Drug Supersonic, London Weekend Television 1975

13. Both Ends Burning The Empire Pool, Wembley, London 1975

14. The Thrill Of It All Konserthaus, Stockholm, Sweden 1976

15. Mother Of Pearl Konserthaus, Stockholm, Sweden 1976

16. Nightingale Konserthaus, Stockholm, Sweden 1976

17. Out Of The Blue Konserthaus, Stockholm, Sweden 1976

18. Street Life Konserthaus, Stockholm, Sweden 1976

Disc 2 1979-1982

1. Dance Away ABBA In Switzerland, BBC Television 1979

2. Manifesto Manchester Apollo, England 1979

3. A Song For Europe Manchester Apollo, England 1979

4. Still Falls The Rain Manchester Apollo, England 1979

5. Ain't That So Manchester Apollo, England 1979

6. Angel Eyes Promotional Video 1979

7. Trash Promotional Video 1979

8. Over You Top Of The Pops, BBC Television 1980

9. Oh Yeah! (On The Radio) Top Of The Pops, BBC Television 1980

10. Same Old Scene Promotional Video 1980

11. Rain, Rain, Rain Rockpop In Concert, German Television 1980

12. Flesh And Blood Rockpop In Concert, German Television 1980

13. Jealous Guy Promotional Video 1981

14. The Main Thing Frejus, France 1982

15. While My Heart Is Still Beating Frejus, France 1982

16. Avalon Frejus, France 1982

17. My Only Love Frejus, France 1982

18. More Than This Promotional Video 1982

Bonus Tracks:

1. The Main Thing Promotional Video 1982

2. Avalon Promotional Video 1982

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Roxy Music and Bryan Ferry habve always been a monument to lost opportunity when it comes to video releases. Witness the numerous snippets of songs on the 'Total Recall' video and some of the notable absences - admittedly rectified here - on 1995's 'Video Collection'. This is a comprehensive collection but I'd have preferred less of the performances already available on existing DVDs (1979's 'On the Road', 'The High Road' and the recent Musikladen compilation) and more rare TV output. For example, the 1980 German performance of 'The Thrill of It All' was better than the version included on this release. Furthermore, if we're going to regurgitate so much from existing DVDs, the excellent live version of 'All I want is You' available on the Musikladen DVD is far superior to the mimed TOTP performance, though admittedly this is worthy of inclusion if only to witness Bryan Ferry in T shirt and jeans!
Whilst ITV's Supersonic 'eye patch' performance of Love Is the Drug is equally unique, the amount of the song included is lamentable and, as one of Roxy's best loved songs, must surely have commanded a more representative performance.
Finally, the superb TV performance of 'In The Midnight Hour' is a dreadful omission as is the promo for 'Dance Away' which has the same theme as that for 'Trash', though understandably less vibrant! The Abba in Switzerland performance of 'Dance Away', whilst mimed, is nevertheless polished and worthy of inclusion but if we can have bonus promos of 'Avalon' and 'The Main Thing' (live versions of which are included in this release) why not include the 'Dance Away' promo as a bonus too?
In short, this is not the definitive collection it purports to be but will form a much loved place in fans' collections.
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as a fan of roxy music and a solo bryan ferry fan ,i loved the cd beause you see the change in the band from the early days almost up the the present day but for me its the early music that i loved, art house music if you whant to call it that , roxy was far better with eno than with out no dis-respect to eddie jobson but in a away eno was early roxy as ferry was the more pop roxy but to any roxy fan this cd is a must , but so is the book the thrill of it all ,i as a roxy fan would love to change time and go back to the ferry/eno age as see were roxy did end up as i have all enos music and ferrys and if they could have wrote togerther what music they would have given us , but mazanera 's body of work is very good too i think his band was 808 look for his cd diamond head and a live cd 808 live ,even andy macckay is a very good song writer in his own right i know i bang on but please remember the great paul thompson the drummer in the band when the band hit many bum notes he was steady as a rock ,the pop roxy music all i like is all i want is you and seeing the video where bryan ferry as mr spocks eye brows is a must too see but for ferry / roxy fans this is a good cd , even with abba , now than hows about that then roxy music and abba in one sentence what as the world come too
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be aware that if you order via this page, you are likely to get one cd only - I received cd2 only covering 1979 onwards. It rather looked as though a 2cd set has been split, with bar codes covered over by a new sticker. Very unimpressive. Refund only is possible, so I advise purchasers go straight to the 'other sellers' as I will, and then hope to receive 2 cd's, and then I may do a proper review. Note that I have not compromised the undoubted quality of the dvd, by giving one star. It is important that this sort of practice is exposed, and this is about the only way.
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Almost single-handedly defined 'art rock', Roxy burst onto the music scene with a slew of excitingly original singles, top-selling albums, and eye-catching performance. The grainy, lip-synched footage of the band, Eno already resplendent in boa and feathers, live at the Royal College of Art in '72 is relatively restrained, tentative even, but the pace gathered swiftly for resultant glammed-up forays into period Brit music TV: the OGWT, Mike Mansfield's Supersonic and silly old Top Of The Pops. The need to be seen as well as heard doing something different prompted above average churn in the costume dept., adding to the fun no end. Mackay is a cross between an alien and a fly; Eno, a camp Riff Raff; meaty drummer Paul Thompson distinctly uneasy in a leopard-skin; while Ferry works his way through rock 'n roll T-shirt 'n jeans, GI uniform (with eye patch), the famous crooner's white tux and, on the second of this 2 disc set, suits of red leather and silk, the camera lingering longingly on the pale grey eyes, the Cartier watch. The hits are present (Love Is The Drug, Pyjamarama, Do The The Strand, Virginia Plain, Angel Eyes, Jealous Guy, Dance Away) complemented by highlight faves from the set lists of the day. If the TV material is perhaps a tad self-knowing, any whiff of contrivance is blown away by the live material, notably from Germany's Musikladen 1974 TV show and a concert in Stockholm two years later, affirming the band's reputation for tough, proficient stagecraft. Roxy in the '80s were of the time: slicker, more polished and mechanical, showing some compromise in the trademark innovation of the previous decade as the safe money rolled in (see also Genesis). Nonetheless this 10-year career overview is solid entertainment. Whilst they may have been in thrall of the dressing-up box, 'The Thrill Of It All' measures the substance of Roxy Music equalling the style.
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