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Bananarama & Shakespeare’s Sister: The Music Video Anthology 1982-2012 (Performance & 1999 Young Guns Documentary-4 Hours)

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All music videos are in the order that they were originally released including multiple alternate remix versions as well as rare extended remixes. An astounding 49 music videos in all, including the most recent efforts in 2012 for the songs “LOVE COMES” and “LOVE DON’T LIVE HERE” TOTALING FOUR INCREDIBLE HOURS on TWO SEPARATE DVD VOLUMES.  The most complete music video collection of BOTH Bananarama and Shakespeare’s Sister from start to finish in the world. Included are rare music videos from Fun Boy Three where Bananarama einther sung on and/or performed in the music videos, all Fun Boy Three music videos are considered rare. Also included is the Eurythmics music video for Who’s That Girl? where Bananarama make a appearance in the video as well as Band-Aid’s video for Do They Know It’s Christmas? This is a very inclusive DVD collection of all the bands work through out the years.

This DOUBLE DVD Set includes FULL Multi Page Menu with Chapter Settings for most of the music videos on Volumes I & II. Even if you own ALL prior music video collections you still would not have ALL the music videos available in this unique DVD Collection. Volume II features GREAT BONUS features including performances from 1984‘s and a 1999 Documentary on the band. Makes for a unique gift as well another unique on of a kind Music Video Collection brough to you by the staff at Music Video Resource.
 

Bananarama & Shakespeare’s Sister: The Music Video Anthology, Performances & 1999 Documentary 1982-2012 Volumes I & II (4 Hours): TRACK LISTING:

Bananarama The Music Video Anthology 1982-1988 Volume I

1.   Fun Boy Three Featuring Bananarama: It Ain’t What You Do It’s The Way That You Do It March 1982RARE
2.  Bananarama Featuring Fun Boy Three: Really Saying Something Directed by Midge Ure & Chris Cross April 1982
3.  Fun Boy Three: The Telephone Always Rings (Bananarama appear in video) May 1982 RARE
4.  Shy Boy Directed by Midge Ure & Chris Cross June 1982
5.  Cheers Then December 1982
6.  Na Na Hey Hey (Kiss Him Goodbye) Directed by Keef February 1983
7.  Cruel Summer 27 June 1983
8.  Eurythmics: Who’s That Girl ? (Bananarama appear in video) June 1983
9. Robert De Niro’s Waiting… Directed by Duncan Gibbins February 1984
10. Rough Justice May 1984
11. Hot Line To Heaven November 1984
12.  Wild Life January 1984
13. State I’m In November 1984
14. Band Aid (featuring Bananarama): Do They Know It’s Christmas? November 1984
15. Do Not Disturb August 24, 1985
16. Venus (Original 7″ Mix Version 1) Directed by Peter Care 31 May 1986
17. More Than Physical Directed by Peter Care 16 August 1986
18. A Trick Of The Night 14 Feb. 1987
19. Venus (12″ Remix Version 2) Directed by Peter Care June 1986 RARE
20. I Heard A Rumour Directed by Andy Morahan July 1987
21. Love In The First Degree (Original Conceptual Version 1) March 1987
22. I Can’t Help It Directed by Andy Morahan January 1987
23. Mr. Sleaze (Rare Groove Remix) Edited by Marek Budzynski March 1987
24. Love In The First Degree (Performance from The BRIT Awards) Directed by Andy Morahan 1988
25. I Can’t Help It ( 12” Club Mix Edit) Directed by Andy Morahan January 1987

26. I Want You Back Directed by Andy Morahan April 1988
27. Love, Truth & Honesty Directed by Big TV! September 1988
28. Nathan Jones
29. Multimix Video (A Hits Medley) November 1988
30. Help
31. Only Your Love

Bananarama & Shakespeare’s Sister: The Music Video Collection, Performances & 1999 Documentary1992-2012 Volume II

32. Preacher Man
33. Long Train Running
34. Tripping On Your Love
35. Movin’ On
36. Last Thing On My Mind
37. More More More
38. Every Shade Of Blue
39. Take Me To Your Heart
40. Move In My Direction
41. Look On The Floor
42. Love Comes
43. Love Don’t Live Here

Shakespeare’s Sister Music Videos

1. Goodbye Cruel World 1992
2. Stay 1992
3. I Don’t Care 1992
4. Catwoman 1992
5. Hello (Turn Your Radio On) 1992
6. Heroin RARE 1988

Bonus Footage Bananarama Archives 1984-1999

36. New York’s LOCAL Ch.4 Live at Five 1984: (not nationally broadcasted) Exclusive interview with the ladies discussing their beginnings and shooting the video for “Robert DeNiro’s Waiting”
37. American Bandstand 1984: Robert DeNiro’s Waiting (Performance), Interview with the band and Cruel Summer (Performance)
38. Young Guns Go For It 1999: Documentary examining Bananarama, one of the most successful British girl groups ever. In-depth interview with the ladies as they discuss how they first met and visit their old stomping grounds and discuss working with Steve Jones of the Sex Pistols. Other interviews include the late Malcolm McLaren, Terry Hall of Fun Boy Three discusses working with the ladies. Producer Colin Bell is also interviewed. Archival footage of the band from various appearances from Top of The Pops and other UK based programs.

This DVD Set totals FOUR HOURS LONG. A fantastic must have video for any Bananarama or Shakespeare’s Sister devotee. Even if you own ALL prior music video collections you still would not have ALL the music videos available in this unique offer.

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Weight.35 lbs

2 reviews for Bananarama & Shakespeare’s Sister: The Music Video Anthology 1982-2012 (Performance & 1999 Young Guns Documentary-4 Hours)

  1. Gary Roche (verified owner)

    Great service by MVR in receiving Bananarama and Shakespeare’s Sister The Music Video Anthology, performances and documentary 2 DVD set. It’s good quality particularly in sound and vision. Especially considering these clips we are made before digital came in to being make this a great DVD Set. The girls have fun and don’t take themselves too seriously however they obviously work hard on their vocals and music which they have a huge hand in writing and working on their choreography. This gives the viewer / listener an enjoyable experience. I thoroughly recommend this music video collection to purchase if you are a fan or simply lobe the 80s!

  2. qbela79 (verified owner)

    Absolutely love the Bananarama/Shakespear’s Sister 2 DVD Set Collection! Thank you!! I can recommend this to all Bananarama fans as a must have for your Music Video collection! Nice work!!

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