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Siouxsie and The Banshees The Video Archives 1978-2005 (4 DVD Set 7 HOURS- Features Robert Smith from The Cure)

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The following Worldwide Video Archives includes footage from as early as 1978 to 2005. The source of the archives mostly consists of footage from the UK and USA. Some performances featured here include Robert Smith from the Cure on guitar

Siouxsie and the Banshees Live Performances Video Archives Volume I

  1. (UKTV) Something Else 1979: Love In a Void (Live Performance with Robert Smith of The Cure) (Rebroadcast on BBC’s Peel’s Sounds of the 60’s and 70’s on 8/29/99)
  2. (UKTV) Something Else 12/15/80: Israel (Live Performance)
  3. (Dutch TV) Live in Amsterdam, Holland at The Paradiso 2/20/82: Israel, Painted Bird, Arabian Knights and Spellbound (Shot in Black and White)
  4. (UKTV) Live in Warwick, England at Warwick University 1982: Israel, Pull to Bits, Arabian Knights, Sin In My Heart, Happy House, So Unreal, Eve-White-Eve-Black, Spellbound
  5. (UKTV) Top of the Pops 9/83: Dear Prudence (Live with Robert Smith of The Cure) (Rebroadcast on BBC’s Top of the Pops II on 9/22/99)
  6. (UKTV) Top of the Pops 10/28/83: Happy House (Half of the song only) (Performance)
  7. “Nocturne”: Live at the Royal Albert Hall 9/30 & 10/01/83 (with Robert Smith of The cure on Guitar): Includes Israel, Melt, Painted Bird, Spellbound & Helter Skelter amoung others (58 Mins.)
  8. (UKTV) The Old Grey Whistle Test: Melt & Painted Bird (Live Performance including Robert Smith form The Cure)

TOTAL RUNNING TIME 1 HOUR 59 MINUTES 39 SECONDS

Siouxsie and the Banshees Live Performances/Interviews Video Archives Volume II

  1. (UKTV) The Tube 1984: Running Town, Preacher Man & Burning Down the House Live Performance including Robert Smith form The Cure)
  2. (UKTV) The Oxford Road show: Melt & Overground (Live Performance including Robert Smith form The Cure)
  3. Siouxsie and the Banshees Interviews/Documentaries
    The History of Rock ‘n Roll 1997: Episode Nine “Punk” Features interviews with many artists and groups from the Punk movement. This is an edited version of that episode that includes only the segments about or by Siouxsie & The Banshees.
  4. BBC America’s “Degeneration” (Documentary-1997) 10/21/01: (this is an edited down version, concentrating almost solely on the Siouxsie & The Banshees) Profiling the years 1977 to 1979. Included is “Make Up Break Up” (LIVE 1977) rare BBC Interviews with Siouxsie Sioux during a news report on Punk before they were signed.
  5. (UK TV) Thames Television’s “Today with Bill Grundy” 12/1/76: Historic first TV interview with the band Siouxsie Sioux is also in the background (3:19)
  6. BBC 2 “Rock Family Trees The Banshees and other Creatures 2/98: The most in-depth look at Siouxsie and the start of The Banshees. Includes interviews with all the original members of the band and profiles the progression and demise of the band, evolving into the creatures (Documentary) (40 Mins)
  7. TRIO Network “PUNK” (Live performances & Documentary) 6/2003: Archival punk footage from the earliest days of Siouxsie and the Banshees. This is a live performance from October 1977 at The Elizabethan Suite. Songs include Make Up To Break Up and Metal
  8. VH1 Classic “Headline Act 08/22/05: In-Depth interview with Siouxsie Sioux & Budgie
  9. Punk: Atitude 2004: Documentary with ONLY interview clips with Siouxsie Sioux and related stories
  10. (UKTV) Old Grey Whistle Test 1978: Metal Postcard Live
  11. The 25th Annual Brit Awards 10/29/05: Siouxsie Sioux presents the award for “Best International Album”

TOTAL RUNNING TIME 1 HOUR 47 MINUTES

Siouxsie and the Banshees Live Performances/Interviews Volume III

  1. (UKTV) BBC’s Rock Goes To College the 19th of March 1981: Siouxsie and The Banshees LIVE at The Warwick Arts Centre, University of Warwick, Warwickshire. Songs include: Israel, Spellbound, Arabian Knights, Halloween, Christine, Night Shift, Red Light, But Not Them, Voodoo Dolly and Eve White/Eve Black. Rock Goes To College (RGTC) was a BBC series that ran between 1978 and 1981 on British television. A variety of up-coming rock oriented bands were showcased live from small venues and broadcast simultaneously on television and radio during a 40-50 minute live performance.
  2. (UKTV) Play at home special present – Siouxsie & the banshees (with Robert Smith) (with The Glove) September 1984: Play at Home — Alice in Wonderland themed TV Special Songs they played: Weather cade (The Creatures) A blues in drag (The Glove) Circle (Siouxsie) Eve White/Eve Black (From Nocturne) Voodoo Dolly (From Nocturne) Helter Skelter (From Nocturne) Siouxsie and the Banshees, “Play at Home” on Channel 4 (1984, video, entire show, 50 minutes) If you like the Cure and Siouxsie and the Banshees, 1983/1984 was an absolute golden period. Robert Smith was playing guitar with the Banshees (one of several stints), appearing on Nocturne (the Banshees live from the Royal Albert Hall — a stunning gig released on double vinyl and VHS!) and on the studio LP Hyaena; Robert Smith and Steve Severin had formed the Glove with Jeanette Landray (then girlfriend of Severin’s band mate Budgie) and Siouxsie and Budgie had formed the Creatures. 1984 was also a golden era for live music TV with the Tube, the Old Grey Whistle Test and, briefly “Play at Home” — a series of documentaries about leading rock bands made by themselves… what could go wrong? So the Banshees do their own unique (and surreal) version of Alice in Wonderland, with a full supporting cast, and intercut with music from the Banshees, the Glove and the Creatures. Siouxie’s dis-embodied blood-red lips narrate the story, and chews all available furniture. Green screen tech must have been cheap — the whole show is littered with really bad backgrounds (but I think they new that). A strange film Siouxsie and The Banshees did for television running about 45 minutes long. It contains short vinettes, music videos exclusive to this film and live concert performances.

 

Siouxsie and the Banshees Video Archives 1978-1991 Volume IV

1. Metal Postcard The Old Grey Whistle Test: 07/11/1978 Stereo
2. Jigsaw Feeling The Old Grey Whistle Test: 07/11/1978 Stereo
3. Playground Twist Top Of The Pops: 12/07/1979 Stereo
4. Love In A Void Something Else 03/11/1979 Stereo
5. Regal Zone Something Else 03/11/1979 Stereo
6. Happy House Top Of The Pops Date: 10/04/1980 Stereo
7. Israel Something Else: 15/12/1980 Stereo
8. Tenant Something Else: 15/12/1980 Stereo
9. Israel Rock Goes To College: 09/03/1981Stereo
10. Spellbound Rock Goes To College: 09/03/1981 Stereo
11. Arabian Knights Rock Goes To College: 09/03/1981 Stereo
12. Halloween Rock Goes To College: 09/03/1981 Stereo
13. Night Shift Rock Goes To College: 09/03/1981 Stereo
14. But Not Them Rock Goes To College: 09/03/1981 Stereo
15. Voodoo Dolly Rock Goes To College: 09/03/1981 Stereo
16. Eve White/Eve Black Rock Goes To College: 09/03/1981 Stereo
17. Spellbound Top Of The Pops 04/06/1981 Stereo
18. Fireworks Top Of The Pops Date: 03/06/1982 Stereo
19. Melt! The Old Grey Whistle Test 12/11/1982
20. Painted Bird The Old Grey Whistle Test 12/11/1982
21. Melt! Oxford Road Show 03/12/1982 Stereo
22. Overground Oxford Road Show 03/12/1982 Stereo
23. Dear Prudence – Extra First Transmitted 29/09/1983 Top of the Pops
24. Dear Prudence Top Of The Pops 29/12/1983 Stereo
25. Swimming Horses Top Of The Pops 29/03/1984 Stereo
26. Cities In Dust Whistle Test Date: 29/10/1985 Stereo
27. Lands End Whistle Test Date: 29/10/1985 Stereo
28. This Wheel’s On Fire Top Of The Pops 22/01/1987 Stereo
29. Peek-A-Boo Top Of The Pops 28/07/1988 Stereo
30. Kiss Them For Me Top Of The Pops 30/05/1991 Stereo

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