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Because You Watched Live at Montreux 24 Available Shows

  • Architecture Morality and More

    OMD

    Year: 2007

    Runtime: 50 min

    Architecture & Morality, originally released in 1981, is considered by many to be the pinnacle of Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Darks career. It spawned three Top 5 UK singles and the album itself peaked at No.3. In 2007 Andy McCluskey and Paul Humphreys reunited with Malcolm Holmes and Martin Cooper as OMD for an extensive tour of Europe. For the early part of this tour, including this concert recorded at Londons Hammersmith Apollo in May, the concert was split into two halves. The first part of the evening was a complete performance of the Architecture & Morality album, whilst the second half was a greatest hits set covering the rest of the bands career.

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  • Arena: The Movie

    Duran Duran

    Year: 1984

    Runtime: 59 min

    In this concert/motion picture starring the New Romantic Pop stars, Doctor Duran (actor Milo O'Shea) the evil character in the cult film 'Barbarella' returns to earth, crash landing his time machine directly underneath a giant stadium in Oakland, California. He is bent upon doing battle with the five imposters above him (the band) who have stolen his name. The evil doctor sends out his henchmen to destroy them as they perform to a packed stadium. Duran Duran continues to perform throughout, as much chaos ensues around them. Duran Duran are captured at their musical best in Arena by award winning director, Russell Mulcahy, who was to hone his skills working on music promos through the 80's. Also includes the Making Of Arena documentary which opens the lid on the creative processes involved with making Arena.

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  • Blondie Live! The Farewell Concert 1982

    Blondie

    Year: 1981

    Runtime: 56 min

    As the most successful cross-over band ever, Blondie sold more than 15 million albums with a string of mega-hits. It is hard to understand why at the height of their worldwide success, Blondie abruptly called it quits. Before their break up, they performed one last spectacular concert and this is it!

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  • Live In Sydney

    Culture Club

    Year: 1983

    Runtime: 1 hr 13 min

    Culture Club were one of the most successful British acts of the eighties and this concert from Australia captures them at the height of their fame in 1984, at which point their album Colour By Numbers had reached the No.1 spot in over fifty countries and racked up sales in the millions. Performing hit after hit in front of a wildly enthusiastic audience, this program perfectly captures the sheer spectacle and excitement of Culture Club live.

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  • Live 1980

    Devo

    Year: 1979

    Runtime: 1 hr 15 min

    This rare footage has been compiled from a full-length show at the Phoenix Theater in Petaluma, CA in 1980. Live 1980 Songs include Its Not Right, Pink Pussycat, Whip It, Girl U Want, (I Cant Get No) Satisfaction, Swelling Itching Brain and many more.

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  • Mystify - Live at Rockpalast 1997

    INXS

    Year: 1997

    Runtime: 1 hr 20 min

    INXS formed in their native Australia in the late seventies and quickly established themselves as a great live band. It wasnt until the early eighties that they began to break through as a recording act, first in Australia and then globally. Through the rest of the eighties and nineties they filled stadiums around the world and released a constant stream of classic hit singles and best-selling albums. This INXS concert from the Loreley Festival in Germany was filmed for the famous German TV series Rockpalast on June 21st 1997, just five months before the tragic early death of lead singer Michael Hutchence on November 22nd.

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  • With The Wild Crowd: Live in Athens, GA

    The B52s

    Year: 2012

    Runtime: 1 hr 37 min

    The B-52s performed their first ever gig in February 1977. 34 years later, on Valentine’s Day 2011, they returned to their home town of Athens, Georgia to celebrate with this brilliant live show. Wig-wearing, boa-draped, glitter-covered fans came to join in and saw the band deliver a sizzling 90 minute set that turned Athens’ Classic Center into a cosmic dancehall. A B-52s live show is always the best party in town, yet here in front of their home crowd they even managed to turn it up a notch further. Packed with all their fan’s favorites, this is high spirited good time rock ‘n’ roll packed with great tunes, wild romance, blood pumping grooves and a lot of fun!

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  • Live in London

    The Pretenders

    Year: 2009

    Runtime: 1 hr

    "Live In London" is a live performance masterpiece that captures The Pretenders at the top of their game. If you saw them live on their 2009 tour, you'll know what I'm talking about. You owe it to yourself to get this program as a reminder of just how amazing this band is on the road.

    "Live In London" succeeds where The Pretenders' studio albums fail. They are one of those rare bands that truly does sound better when they're playing in front of an audience -- an intimate small theater crowd here.

    With all due respect to original guitarist James Honeyman Scott and bassist Pete Farndon, The Pretenders latest lineup is the best Chrissie Hynde has ever staged. With the steady pounding of original drummer Martin Chambers, newcomers James Walbourne on guitar, Nick Wilkinson on bass and Eric Heywood on pedal steel rock from start to finish, revitalizing Pretenders' classics like "Message of Love" and "Kid," while adding new ones like "Boots of Chinese Plastic" to the playlist.

    You'll be blown away by Walbourne's electrifying guitar work. It starts with the first licks of the opener "Chinese Plastic," scorches through "Rosalee," and climaxes with the show-stopper "Precious." Walbourne delivers pure, unadulterated, raw, rip-snorting rock 'n' roll. His on-stage chemistry with Hynde is self-evident.

    As per usual, Hynde's vocals are impeccable, showing great range, dynamics and emotion, equally adept at punk rockers like "The Wait" and ballads like "I'll Stand By You." This woman has earned the right to work the stage with the swagger of a rock star. She is it.

    The direction and camera work throughout "Live In London" give the viewer the perspective of being on stage with The Pretenders. Tight crops interspersed with effective wide angles make one feel like he can count the streaks of mascara multiplying on Hynde's face and see the beads of sweat building on Chambers' brow as the night rocks on.

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  • Friday the Thirteenth

    The Stranglers

    Year: 1996

    Runtime: 58 min

    Probably the most enduring band of the UK punk/new wave era, the legendary Stranglers perform live at Londons spectacular Royal Albert Hall. Accompanied by The Electra Strings

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  • Live at the Greenbelt

    After The Fire

    Year: 2003

    Runtime: 1 hr 2 min

    AFTER THE FIRE (ATF) roots go back to the 70's and their eventual signing to CBS Records in 1978. They released the acclaimed album 'laser Love' in 1979 and over the next 5 years they enjoyed considerable worldwide album and single success culminating with 'Der Kommissar' reaching number 5 in the USA singles chart in 1983. After a lengthy sabbatical the band started playing together in 1999 and in the summer of 2004 played to a capacity crowd at the Greenbelt Festival.

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  • Live on Soundstage

    Blondie

    Year: 2006

    Runtime: 56 min

    Inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 2006, Blondie is still putting out new music and rocking out for fans everywhere! Debbie Harry and her band bring their mix of pop, rock and punk sounds to Soundstage, performing hits such as “The Tide is High”, “One Way or Another”, and “Heart of Glass” in an electrifying concert.

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  • A Diamond In The Mind

    Duran Duran

    Year: 2011

    Runtime: 1 hr 35 min

    Filmed at the MEN Arena in Manchester on December 16th 2011, this stunning Duran Duran live show is the perfect combination of great music, amazing visuals and iconic style which has been the band’s trademark throughout their career. Following the release of their acclaimed “All You Need Is Now” album, this concert combines new songs from that release with their classic hits. Whether in the studio or the live arena, Duran Duran are masters of their craft and this latest concert bursts with energy and oozes class in the way that only they can.

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  • Live in Montreux

    Run DMC

    Year: 2001

    Runtime: 1 hr 6 min

    Run DMC were one of the true pioneers of rap music. Formed in the early eighties they had a string of hit singles and multi-platinum albums through the decade which helped to define the sound of contemporary rap music. They also pioneered the crossover with rock and pop typified by their worldwide hit Walk This Way, which they recorded with Aerosmith. This concert at Montreux in 2001 was one of the last they performed before the tragic death of Jam Master Jay in 2002.

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  • Live at Last

    Cyndi Lauper

    Year: 2003

    Runtime: 1 hr 45 min

    Twenty years after She's So Unusual made her an icon, Cyndi Lauper’s Live...At Last captures an intimate night at New York's Town Hall in 2004, featuring dramatically reworked renditions of her hits from "Girls Just Want To Have Fun" to "True Colors."

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  • Live in London

    Devo

    Year: 2009

    Runtime: 1 hr 2 min

    Live performance of Devo's debut album, "Q:Are We Not Men? A:We Are DEVO" at the Forum, London.

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  • Butch Devo and the Sundance Gig

    Devo

    Year: 1996

    Runtime: 1 hr 6 min

    In '96, Devo closed The Sundance Film Festival. They wore 20s style prison suits and dished out classic DEVO songs to an unsuspecting audience of Hollywood elite.

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  • Live in Athens 1987

    Peter Gabriel

    Year: 1986

    Runtime: 1 hr 57 min

    In October of 1987, after many months on the road, it was in the elevated surroundings of the hillside open-air theatre at Lycabettus overlooking Athens, that the "So" tour came to a climactic close. The three nights were filmed in what was the first-ever Peter Gabriel concert to be committed to film. As a concert film, it was brilliantly shot and has now been equally brilliantly remastered, a crystal-clear record of Gabriel and band in their mid-80s pomp. The viewer is placed right in the heart of the action all the way, from the band's synchronized choreography on opening number "This Is The Picture", right through to the skin-pricking closer "Biko". In between, we're lost in music, spellbound by the spectacle, totally absorbed by the imperfection-free tightness of a band that's been on the road for so long.

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  • Dylanesque

    Bryan Ferry

    Year: 2006

    Runtime: 48 min

    Bryan Ferry has always coupled his own songwriting with a great reputation as an interpreter of other peoples songs. His latest album Dylanesque sees him reinventing a selection of his favorite Bob Dylan songs in the unique Ferry style. Dylanesque Live: The London Sessions shows him performing all the tracks from the album live in the studio and also features insights from Bryan on his thoughts regarding the different tracks and why he chose them.

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  • Live at the Royal Albert Hall (20th Anniversary Concert)

    Culture Club

    Year: 2001

    Runtime: 1 hr 35 min

    Live at the Royal Albert Hall finds Culture Club celebrating its 20th anniversary with an infectious and expansive grandeur, all while basking in the love of adoring fans. The show actually starts with a great joke on the audience: Boy George, looking not a day over 20, glides onstage in his once-trademark derby and beaded hair extensions, delivering a warm and welcome vocal on "Do You Really Want to Hurt Me?" The startled crowd soon realizes he's an impersonator. The real, fortysomething George O'Dowd, looking a lot less androgynous and a tad thicker than in New Romantics days, smiles self-deprecatingly and launches into a pleasing set of white soul ("Cold Shoulder," "Miss Me Blind"), stark gospel ("That's the Way"), stirring raga-rock ("Bow Down Mister"), and even a classic (a lovely cover of Bowie's "Starman," complete with audience participation and muscular guitar by Roy Hay).

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  • Live

    Kenny G

    Year: 2016

    Runtime: 1 hr 50 min

    The first live album by saxophonist Kenny G was released in 1989, peaking at number 2 on the Contemporary Jazz Albums chart and number 16 on the Billboard 200. This performance was recorded live at Humphrey's Concerts By the Bay in San Diego, California. The concert film includes one of his most popular recordings 'Songbird' as well as 'Don't Make Me Wait For Love'.

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  • Live From London

    Magnum

    Year: 1984

    Runtime: 60 min

    Stalwarts of the British rock scene, Magnum’s performance at the Camden Palace in 1985 coincided with the release of their breakthrough album “On A Storyteller’s Night”. The album subsequently went gold and this concert, recorded as part of the “Live From London” series, was one of the first times audiences were treated to many of the tracks live. Featuring On A Storyteller’s Night, Les Morts Dansant, Just Like An Arrow and All England’s Eyes this concert is the perfect snapshot of a band in their prime.

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  • Live At Montreux, 2003

    Simply Red

    Year: 2003

    Runtime: 1 hr 34 min

    Simply Red are one of the most successful British acts of all time with global album sales in excess of 50 million. Both the band and Mick Hucknall as a solo artist have been frequent visitors to Montreux across their 25 year career. This concert, filmed in the summer of 2003, was part of the tour in support of their multi-platinum album “Home”. It features several tracks from that album, including many of their biggest hits and best loved album tracks. It’s a typically polished and sparkling Simply Red performance with Mick Hucknall in excellent voice and the band in fine form.

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  • Live at Montreux Jazz Festival 1989

    Youssou N'dour

    Year: 1988

    Runtime: 1 hr 27 min

    Youssou N’Dour is one of the true superstars of African music. A native of Dakar in Senegal he has been singing and performing since his childhood. He has performed with many leading western artists including Paul Simon, Neneh Cherry and Branford Marsalis but is perhaps best known for his association with Peter Gabriel. He was one of the stars of the 1988 Amnesty Tour and appeared at 8 Live concerts in Hyde Park, the Eden Project, Paris and Edinburgh – three of them on the same day! This concert from 1989 features Youssou N’Dour with his band Le Super Etoile de Dakar and was the first of four appearances he has made at the Montreux festival to date. N’Dour’s voice is as fine as ever and the show is a showcase for the colour, emotion and energy so characteristic of his performances.

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  • Live in Lyon

    Bryan Ferry

    Year: 2011

    Runtime: 1 hr 39 min

    From his earliest recordings with Roxy Music at the beginning of the 1970s, Bryan Ferry has taken his place as one of the most iconic and innovative musicians and songwriters to emerge in popular music. Ferry's "Olympia" tour traveled the world in 2011, including this spectacular performance filmed on July 25 at the ancient Roman amphitheatre in Lyon, France as part of the Nuits de Fourviere Festival. The show features tracks from across Ferry's 40 year career including classic Roxy Music songs, solo hits and his renowned interpretations of other writer's material all delivered with the style and panache that is uniquely Bryan Ferry.

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