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GLAM ROCK - MUSIC VIDEO COMPILATION (2003) David Cassidy, Rod Stewart, Alice Cooper, Bay City Rollers, Suzi Quatro, David Essex, Lulu, Nazareth, Dave Edmunds, T. Rex, Roxy Music, Sweet, Medicine Head, Smokie, Tom Robinson Band, Mungo Jerry, Showaddywaddy

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A DVD compilation featuring 20 original television appearances from some of the leading acts of the Glam Rock movement!

Glam Rock’s emergence into popular music couldn’t have come at a better time. By the end of the late 60s and into the early 70s rock had reached its evolutionary peak.

In a time where men could take as much pride in their make-up as the ladies, Marc Bolan of T-Rex was the most popular male popster in the U.K. since Elvis. He is said to have pioneered Glam’s fashion movement and crafted music that was sexy with a surprisingly arty edge.

Glam was an opportunity for these artists to manipulate their personas at will, and as a result the fashion style and glitzy showmanship became part of the overall artistic statement.

Track List:

T. Rex - "Jeepster"

Roxy Music - "Virginia Plain"

Suzi Quatro - "48 Crash"

David Essex - "Rock On"

Sweet - "Teenage Rampage"

Bay City Rollers - "Bye Bye Baby"

Medicine Head - "How Does It Feel"

Lulu - "The Man Who Sold The World"

David Cassidy - "Rock Me Baby"

Smokie - "If You Think You Know How To Love Me"

Steve Harley - "Here Comes The Sun"

Tom Robinson Band - "2-4-6-8 Motorway"

Showaddywaddy - "You Got What It Takes"

Nazareth - "Love Hurts"

Dave Edmunds - "Here Comes The Weekend"

Rod Stewart - "Tonight's The Night"

Roxy Music - "Do The Strand"

T. Rex - "20th Century Boy"

Mungo Jerry - "Alright Alright Alright"

Alice Cooper - "Public Animal #9"

Number of DVDs: 1
Quality: 9.5/10
Running Time: 1 hr 4 min (approx)
Aspect Ratio: Fullscreen 1.33:1
NOTES: This is a fan-made DVD set. Not a studio release.
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