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Swinging 60s Complete Set of DVDs

Swinging 60s Complete Set of DVDs

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Product code: GUMD60SReleased: 14 September 2009360 minutes

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The Swinging in the Sixties Beatles DVD. Travel the long and winding road with the Fab Four for free, just pay postage. The Swinging in Sixties documentary features previously unseen footage from the archives of Mal Evans, live recordings of the Beatles playing Twist and Shout in Manchester and general stock footage of the Beatles “out and about” in both London and cities throughout the USA. The interviews featured are with members of the band and many of those who knew the band well Victor Spinetti, Alan Williams and Tony Sheridan. A must for every Beatles fan. 

The Swinging in Sixties Rolling Stones DVD. The story of Brian Jones & The Rolling Stones, which features early performances of the band with Brian Jones, this documentary also contains interviews with the band members that have never been seen before. Much of the footage comes from the Peter Whitehead archives. Witness for the first time the true story of Brian Jones death. A must for every Rolling Stones fan. 

The Swinging in Sixties Beach Boys DVD. This documentary contains a substantial amount of unseen footage from Peter Whitehead, featuring live performances at the Hammersmith Odeon London in 1967.This documentary has interviews with the band members and shows them visiting various sites around London. Featuring never before seen music and film footage.  

The Swinging in Sixties Jimi Hendrix DVD. Experience the real Jimi Hendrix with live performances from the Saville Theatre London in 1968 and a performance by Jimi Hendrix and Brian Jones of My Little One, a previously unreleased collaboration of two of the most famous guitarists the world has seen. Music featured includes Hey Joe, Purple Haze and Fire.