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2.18 | 3 ratings | 1 reviews | 33% 5 stars

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DVD/Video, released in 2004

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Mockingbird
2. Medicine Man
3. Play To The World
4. Life Is For Living
5. Rock 'n' Roll Lady
6. Poor Man's Moody Blues
7. Stand Up
8. Hymn

Total Time: 50 minutes

50 minute broadcast version of the Best Of BJH Live video, recorded at the London Town & Country Club, 16-02-92

Special feature:
- Archive footage from the early years (3 video clips)

Total Time: 8:50 minutes

Line-up / Musicians

- John Lees / guitar, vocals
- Les Holroyd / bass guitar, vocals
- Mel Pritchard / drums, percussion
- Kevin McAlea / keyboards, saxophone
- Colin Browne / guitar, percussion, backing vocals

Bonus feature:
- Les Holroyd / basses, keyboards, Mellotron, lead vocals, guitar
- John Lees / guitars, lead vocals
- Mel Pritchard / drums, percussion
- Woolly Wolstenholme / keyboards, mellotron

Releases information

DVD Ragnarok Ltd DVDL012D (Special DTS Enhanced Version)
(Main footage is the same as The 25th Anniversay Concert by Classic Rock)

Thanks to erik neuteboom for the addition
and to Joolz for the last updates
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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(33%)
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Review by erik neuteboom
2 stars This review is a warning to all eager and longing progheads who wants to buy DVD's from Classic Rock (and alied labels)! A few years ago I discovered that the Classic Rock label has a very doubtful DVD releasing policy. Not only because they don't have permission from the bands to release the DVD's like Inside King Crimson but also they deliberately fool their custumers. For example, they release a live DVD with front cover pictures from bands from The Seventies but when you watch that DVD it turns out to be footage from The Eighties and Nineties!

In this case it's also close to misleading custumers because it's a different title but in fact the same DVD concert as The 25th Anniversary Concert! The information on the back cover of this special DVD mentions that there is "archive footage from the early years", this turns out to be 3 odd video clips with the band in and around a house in the county, absolutely crap! So this review is for all those BJH fans who think that this DVD offers something special, DON'T BUY IT. And "I won't get fooled again" by Classic Rock!

By the way, the concert is a decent performance by BJH with tasteful duo- keyboards, pleasant vocals and some very inspired guitar work, if you want more details, please read Andrea Cortese his excellent review about the 25th Anniversary Concert!

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