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DV-70AS - 70s ALL STARS
English 

70's All Stars

DV-R70AS

Picture Format: 4:3
Sound Format: LPCM (48khz) Stereo, Dolby Digital, Dolby Digital 5.1
Running Time: 73 min
Region Code: PAL All
Recording Date: 1970's

The Party in the Park Concerts of 1998 and 1999 revived a splendid tradition that had been forged by the desire of the Price of Wales to help young people through funds raised by successful concerts of contemporary pop and rock artists.

It's the kind of stellar line-up that has pop fans from all over the world getting excited and wishing they were there. Perhaps you were - in that case, you'll know it was the live soundtrack to the party of your dreams.

Some of the stars that rocked London's Hyde Park were Boyzone, Texas, Geri Halliwell, Steps, S Club 7, Madness, Martine McCutcheon, Culture Club, Honeyz, Mike & the Mechanics, Ronan Keating and UB40.

These great bands and artists play many of their much-loved hits and the audience keeps up a staggering level of participation right from the start.

Tracks inc.:

Blue Mink - Our World
Don Mclean - Vincent
Focus - Sylvia
Dawn - Knock Three Times
The Kinks - Lola
Clarence Carter - Patches
Shocking Blue - Venus
Edison Lighthouse - Love Grows
James Brown - Get Up
The Kinks - Ape Man
Middle of the Road - Soley Soley
Gilbert O'Sullivan - Nothing Rhymed
Isaac Hayes - Theme from Shaft
Ringo Star - It Don't Come Easy
Dr Hook and the Medicine Show - Sylvia's Mother
The Drifters - Saturday Night At the Movies
Donny Osmond - Puppy Love
Focus - Hocus Pocus
The Temptations - Papa Was A Rolling Stone
Alice Cooper - School's Out For Summer
Procol Harum - A Whiter Shade Of Pale

After the peace, love and unity vibe of the previous decade, the seventies were marked more by uncertainty. This uncertainty was reflected in the music as many rock bands sought to experiment and in doing so forgot about the tunes. However, the seventies was also the decade that pop came of age and the dominance of British and American bands started to be challenged.

This DVD showcases the sheer diversity of sounds and styles of seventies pop for you to marvel at.


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