GLAM ROCK - MUSIC VIDEO COMPILATION
A DVD compilation featuring 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. (Digital, Quality: 10, 64 min)
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"
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