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ringo and marc
« on: May 29, 2005, 01:11:37 PM »

GEMM is your best source for impossible-to-find !

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Re: ringo and marc
« Reply #1 on: May 29, 2005, 03:30:05 PM »

Great Movie i have DVD and CD Set

Magical Mystery Tour  let's greets










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Re: ringo and marc
« Reply #2 on: May 29, 2005, 03:38:25 PM »

yeah it looks great.how would you rate it dirk?
is it a must have?is tuttifruitti on it?

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Re: ringo and marc
« Reply #3 on: May 29, 2005, 03:46:44 PM »

Yes  and the complete Concert from the March 18 1972


Disc 1
1.Apple Films Intro
2.Jeepster
3.Baby Strange
4.'Electric Wind' (poem)
5.Tutti Fruitti (Elton, Ringo & T.Rex)
6.Children Of The Revolution (Elton, Ringo & T.Rex)
7.'Look To The Left' (Marc & Ringo - 30 secs)
8.Spaceball Ricochet
9.Some People Like To Rock' (Marc & Ringo - 30 secs)
10.Telegram Sam
 11.'Some People Like To Rock' (Mark & Ringo - 30 secs)
12.Cosmic Dancer
13.'They've Come, 'tis Said'
14.Tea Party Medley (Marc (on acoustic) & String Quartet): (a) Jeepster (b) Hot Love (c) Get It On (d) The Slider
15.'Union Hall' (poem)
16.Hot Love
17.Get It On
18.Children Of The Revolution - Reprise
19.Interview with Marc Bolan and Tony Norman (Interviewer), recorded in Marc's flat. From late 1971 (10 mins approx)
 



Disc 2
1.'The Almighty T.Rex' - Emperor Rosko (Live 18.03.1972)
2.Cadilac (Live 18.03.1972)
3.Jeepster (Live 18.03.1972)
4.Baby Strange (Live 18.03.1972)
5.Spaceball Ricochet (Live 18.03.1972)
6.Girl (Live 18.03.1972)
 7.Cosmic Dancer (Live 18.03.1972)
8.Telegram Sam (Live 18.03.1972)
9.Hot Love (Live 18.03.1972)
10.Get It On (Live 18.03.1972)
11.Just One More?' - Emperor Rosko (Live 18.03.1972)
12.Summertime Blues (Live 18.03.1972)

DVD:

DVD 1:
-Born To Boogie - The Motion Picture
-Ringo's original 1972 legendary picture - restored and remastered
Audio options include original and remastered soundtrack, and Commentary with Tim Van Rellim (Original Producer) and Mark Allen (DVD Director)
01 Jeepster
02 Baby Strange
03 Tutti Frutti
04 Children of the Revolution
05 Spaceball Ricochet
06 Telegram Sam
07 Cosmic Dancer
08 The Slider
09 Hot Love
10 Get It On
11 Chariot Choogle
12 The Wembley Evening Concert, 8.30pm - 18th March 1972
DVD 2:
Wembley Matinee Concert, 5.30pm - 18th March 1972
Entire extra concert, 61 minutes
Cosmic Rock - When T.Rex Ruled The World
47 min documentary, presented by Rolan Bolan feat. Interviews with Tony Visconti, Bob Harris, Emperor Rosko and more...
Re-Born To Boogie - Restoration Doco
15 min review of the restoration process
Outtakes and Deleted scenes
'The Eater of Cars' - Airfield outtakes & deleted footage
'More Tea, Anyone?' - Tea Party outtakes
'Apple Outtakes' - Extra Apple Studio sessions
Video and Audio demonstrations
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Re: ringo and marc
« Reply #4 on: May 29, 2005, 03:51:15 PM »

damn i envy you now.......lol
was it a commercial release there?or a bootleg?

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Re: ringo and marc
« Reply #6 on: June 05, 2005, 06:30:33 PM »

wow mice reply dirkQ
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