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'Take That - For The Record - Official Documentary [Amaray] [DVD]
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Music documentary looking back at the boy band's record-breaking career, from their early gigs in Manchester clubs to their sell-out stadium tours, and featuring frank interviews with the band members as they reminisce about the highs and the lows, and the acrimonious departure of Robbie Williams.
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Perhaps the most revealing part is how Howard felt about the break-up which I think is pretty much how many TT fans felt, too. Reading between the lines, you can see that there was a certain loss of confidence with the band once Robbie left and also a feeling that Gary felt the only way to progress was to go it alone. It's heartbreaking to know how badly he was treated by the industry in the intervening years before they reunited, and how he lost so much confidence in himself as a singer/performer. Fortunately, the fans were waiting for the return whilst Gary busied himself becoming the UK's answer to David Foster, writing and producing some amazing stuff for other performers in the meantime (check out the Donny Osmond album What I Meant To Say for the 'missing' Gary album), writing a very revealing autobiography and finally mending the bridge between him and Robbie.
Thanks to Simon Cowell, who managed to get this documentary to happen, we've since had 2 amazing albums (Beautiful World and The Circus),the breathtaking Circus Concert and the promise of many more surprises in the future.
Worth every penny, not only for the revealing facts of life as a boy band, but as an historical document of a truly exceptional group.
I'm an avid Take That fan and watching some of this is hard as they don't spare the dark days that existed even during Take That first time around as well as during the ten year hiatus for each of them but for some more than others. If i'm being perfectly honest the ending to the documentary doesn't show Robbie in an altogether nice light - but being made in 2005 if the other four only knew then what was to lie ahead for them in the years to come!
In summary, an insightful watch for the Take That Fan, either that was there with them from the beginning, or those new additions just wanting to see Take That from the start.
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This is a must if, like me, you're a fan of Take That in both incarnations! This was a replacement for a DVD I lent to someone and never got back - an essential part of any fan's... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Mrs Suzanne Appleby
Love this DVD, and great with the extras not shown on the TV version. Shows Robbie Williams to be a complete idiot.Published on 9 July 2014 by Miss L E Holding
I love Take That and watching this you realise what nice guys the Take That guys are, long may thay continue to entertain us.Published on 18 May 2014 by Sheila Randle