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Hank Marvin - Hank Plays Live (2004)
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Hank Marvin - Hank Plays Live (2004)

Video: PAL, MPEG-2 at 4 137 Kbps, 720 x 576 at 25.000 fps | Audio: AC-3 2ch. at 256 Kbps, AC-3 6ch. at 448 Kbps
Genre: Rock, Easy Listening | Label: Universal | Copy: Untouched | Release Date: 19 April 2004 | Runtime: 101 min. | 3,65 GB (DVD5)

A major influence on British guitar heroes of the '70s such as Jeff Beck and
Jimmy Page, Hank Marvin played lead guitar for the Shadows, one of the
U.K.'s top instrumental outfits and backing band for Cliff Richard on
most of his hits. Born Brian Robson Rankin on October 28, 1941, Marvin
grew up in Newcastle learning guitar, banjo and piano. He played in
various skiffle groups around the area, and met up with rhythm guitarist
Bruce Welch. After moving to London in 1958, the two were recruited to
serve in Cliff Richard's backing band, the Drifters, with Ian Samwell
and Terry Smart. Richard's first single "Move It" hit number two on the
British charts, and two other singles "Living Doll" and "Travellin'
Light" hit number one the following year. Samwell and Smart left the
band now called the Shadows, to avoid confusion with the American vocal
group -- and were replaced by bassist Jet Harris and drummer Tony
the Shadows recorded several sides as an instrumental act in late 1959;
one called "Apache" hit number one in the British charts. From 1960-63,
the band racked up four number ones and seven Top Ten hits before
disbanding in 1968. Marvin, while continuing to appear and record with
Cliff Richard, began a solo career with a self-titled album in 1969; it
reached number 14 in the album charts. In the early '70s, he reunited
with Welch and also John Farrar as Marvin, Welch and Farrar. The trio
recorded both an eponymous LP and Second Opinion, and then Marvin and
Farrar recorded an additional album as a duo. Marvin moved to Australia
and became a Jehovah's Witness in 1973, but later joined a re-formed
Shadows. The group resumed recording, and hit the Top Ten in 1978-79
with "Don't Cry for Me Argentina" and "Theme from 'The Deerhunter'."
Hank Marvin's only chart success as a solo act was 1982's Words and
Music, which featured the U.K. hit "Don't Talk." He recorded All Alone
with Friends in 1983, and then re-appeared in the '90s with four albums
Into the Light, Heartbeat, Hank Plays Cliff and Hank Plays Holly.

01. Apache
02. Live & Let Die
03. Atlantis
04. Devil Woman
05. Summer Holiday
06. Foot Tapper
07. Sacha
08. Medley: Lucile/ Rip It Up/ Blue Suede Shoes
09. Sleepwalk
10. Pipeline
11. The Savage
12. The Young Ones
13. Travellin' Light
14. Eleanor Rigby
15. Guitar Tango
16. Hound Dog
17. Mystery Train
18. Oxygene (Part 4)
19. The Theme From The Deer Hunter (Cavatina)
20. The Rise & Fall Of Flingel Bunt
21. Move It

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