DURAN DURAN :: SONGBOOK Parts One & Two - ***16:9 WIDESCREEN*** PAL DVD
A Liberty Bell / JolyGoodTV co-production for skyARTS (2009)
Recorded at The Hospital Club, London 28th January 2009
Part One broadcast by ABC2 Australia 24th July 2009
Part Two broadcast by ABC2 Australia 31st July 2009
Source: SD DVB-T broadcasts
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Audio: Dolby Digital 2.0 / 224kb/s stereo
Format: PAL / 25fps
Aspect Ratio: 16:9 (shows as letterbox on 4:3 TVs)
Disc Type: DVD5
Number of Discs: 1
Total Running Time: 1h 33m 58s
The magic of song writing is explored with some of the most successful
songwriters of our day. In this two part episode Will Hodgkinson interviews the
current members of Duran Duran and discusses their career and creative processes.
Since forming in 1978 Duran Duran have sold over 70 million records.
They have released 12 studio albums and had 18 US and 30 UK hit singles.
Duran Duran have three times been honoured by the Ivor Novello Awards,
including an award for Outstanding Contribution To British Music. Their
current line-up includes Simon Le Bon, John Taylor, Nick Rhodes and
Dom Brown - lead guitar
Anna Ross - backing vocals
Simon Willescroft - saxophone
Dan Carpenter - trumpet
Dave Williamson - trombone
Martha Riley - violin
All songs are performed live and exclusively for the 'Songbook' program.
There is NO official content.
- opening titles
- Planet Earth - debut single from 1981's 'Duran Duran' album
- Late Bar - B-side of Planet Earth single
- The Chauffeur - track from 1982's 'Rio' album
- Rio - single from 1982's 'Rio' album
- Skin Trade - single from 1986's 'Notorious' album
- opening titles
- A View To A Kill - commissioned for the 1985 James Bond film A View To A Kill
- Do You Believe In Shame? - single from 1988's 'Big Thing' album
- Ordinary World - single from 1993's 'Duran Duran' album aka 'The Wedding Album'
- (Reach Up For The) Sunrise - single from 2004's 'Astronaut' album
- The Valley - track from 2007's 'Red Carpet Massacre' album
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