Stackridge Concert Films
The Forbidden City
Runtime: 1 hr 52 minStackridge performed to a sold out audience in Bath, England during April 2007 their commitment to touring the UK. Angel Air were there to film this historic gig. The evening was quite memorable for the set the band played but also for the fact that the concert also heralded the return to the stage of Mutter Slater, who had always commanded audience attention and participation in the past. The fans were not disappointed and this film documents the whole affair.
Stackridge Top Tracks
Live at the Union Chapel
Runtime: 1 hr 2 minBritish rock legends Procol Harum are captured here at their finest, in concert at Londons Union Chapel. The band perform tracks from their latest album, The Wells On Fire, alongside many of their classics including Pandoras Box, Homburg, Conquistador, A Salty Dog, Quite Rightly So and the rarely-heard full-length version of the immortal A Whiter Shade Of Pale. It was the last night of a tour that had taken them from London through Europe, Japan and North America and back again to London, and the band celebrated with a truly magical performance. Procol Harum are one of the select group of acts who had a No.1 hit with their first single. A Whiter Shade Of Pale continues to hold a fascination for all ages, and was recently voted into the all-time top ten of UK No.1s in a poll to celebrate 50 years of the UK charts. Beyond this, the band has had a string of successful singles and albums on both sides of the Atlantic.
The Six Wives of Henry VIII - Live at Hampton Court Palace
Runtime: 1 hr 48 minThis spectacular 94-minute concert was recorded live with the Melbourne Philharmonic Orchestra in 1975, at the Sydney Myer Concert Bowl in Melbourne Australia to a 30,000 audience. This mammoth sell-out concert to tens of thousands was at the end of the 'Journey Tour' to promote the album "Journey to the Centre of the Earth", which sold over 12,000,000 copies worldwide.
The concert opens with the greatest hits from Rick's biggest selling album The Six Wives of Henry VIII, followed by the complete 'Journey' and also includes hits from his then-new album King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table. This is classic Rick Wakeman, one of the world's finest keyboard players, at the very pinnacle of his legendary progressive rock career.
Barclay James Harvest
Runtime: 52 minThis documentary recorded in 1977, is a rare film, originally a cinema
to life on the road during BJH’s most successful period. Including rare
pre-concert sound checks. Barclay James Harvest formed in the summer of 1967. From the very outset the band pioneered and experimented with new forms, going beyond the traditional guitar, bass and drums format to include woodwind, strings and brass, then acquiring a Mellotron to simulate the sound of an orchestra. Throughout the seventies the band continued to develop chart-topping albums and were capable of filling stadiums and arenas throughout Europe.