60s All Stars - Vol. 1 details
|Starring:||The Searchers, The Supremes, The Animals, Bobby Vee, Chuck Berry, The Ronettes, The Zombies, Cilla Black, Gerry And The Pacemakers|
|Studio:||TDK UK LTD|
60s All Stars - Vol. 1
|Run time:||1 hour 12 minutes|
|Rental release:||02 Jun 2003|
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60s All Stars Vol 1By Richard Rayner from UK , 07 Dec 2004
[Highly rated reviewer]A real treat for those of us that still remember those days. Some of the clips have been lifted from a couple of films & there is a concert scene were the music doesn't match, but apart from that. Real Cool !!!!!
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Heady daysBy MichaelW (7 reviews) from Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire , 04 May 2013Can't beat Sixties music ... it was the best, and even better if you were there experiencing it. Takes me back to the days when I saw The Animals at Beverley Road Baths in Hull and the Stones third billing at the City Hall. Heady days indeed!
As Good As It GetsBy Dezzz (8 reviews) from Lancing , 26 Nov 2011Well yes it is a bit of a noisy soundtrack and the pictures are not all they could be, but, this was the sixties, I was there and was all a bit like that way back then.
Remember struggling to listen to Radio Luxemburg? This compilation is as good as it can be considering most people didn't think about proper archiving of these shows.
If you were there in the 60s you should appreciate 60s All Stars Vol 1. I Loved it.
Just OKBy PaoloLondon (25 reviews) from Morden , 06 Apr 2008This compilation actually screens the videos of the singers from the time - Unlike all the rubbish from Quantum Leap.
It has a TOTP 2 feel about it, bio's at the bottom of the screen sway some enjoyment.
Overall, whilst I have seen better, it's not a bad compilation !
Some good stuff...By a customer from Birmingham , 29 Mar 2008Not as good as the second volume, but there are still some interesting tracks on this disk. There are one or two tracks where the video switches between two performances of the same track with changes in the audio also, which is a bit disconcerting.
I should have known betterBy a customer from Manchester , England , 23 Dec 2006I strongly recommend that you rent this title..... but only if you want a laugh or to see an example of how poor some of these pop compilation discs really are.Quite frankly I think that whoever is responsible for this should be ashamed of themselves.I get the feeling that it was put together by somebody who had old VHS tapes lying around of recordings made from TV and decided to put them on disc.The clips tend to be made up of old live NME Poll Winner footage, dodgy clips of what appears to be Ready Steady Go and sixties versions of promo videos.The songs are classic sixties put their presentation is poor ( check out Millie Small who changes colour part way through !)
Does anybody know if Ready Steady Go is or is going to become available ?