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The Mick Fleetwood Story
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A great programme about his life and career, made in 2002 and aired on BBC around the time. There's lots of great footage and interviews. A must have for anyone who likes Fleetwood Mac.
The Rolling Stones: Some Girls - Live In Texas '78
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By far their best live dvd. I much prefer this to 'Ladies & Gentlemen.'This is the Stones at their most sleaziest, raw, rock n roll prime of a new era with Ronnie Wood - who in my oppinion completes the perfect Stones line up! A must have for any fan.
Oasis: Time Flies 1994 - 2009
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Hillarious commentary from Noel and Liam, speaking seperatly on the songs they wrote. With a revealing insight into what was going on with the band whilst each video was being shot.Favourite video for me has to be Supersonic, so simple but such a classic!
Up and Down with the Rolling Stones
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This guy saw a lot and takes you on a journey, making you feel like you were there. More talk of the glamour than the music but still a cracking read. Very revealing and well worth it.
Ladyhawke - CD
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There's been so many female singer songwriters in the last few years, but she's by far one of the decent ones. With well crafted pop tunes giving a nostalgic feel good time, it's like all your favourite 80's soundtracks but without the cheese and with a lot more credibility.
It's been so long since I've actually enjoyed listening to an album the whole way through without skipping. Buy it on CD as it's an album worth owning in your collection, with pretty cool artwork.
The NME wrote that she's the 'Cyndi Lauper of the American Apparel age' which I thought was spot on.Well worth the money.