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Various Artists - Concerts For The People Of Kampuchea (DVD)

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Scan submitted/created by [Maccafan x]
HQ Scans:
Publisher: MPL (Fake)
Reference :
Date :2004
Made In :Unknown
Quality :good
Booklet & packaging :single DVD case
Total duration:

Comments
This is the broadcast by "Night Flight" TV programme; the image quality is a little better than the other one, but this one has some cuts for advertisements. The audio quality is very good.

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1.
Now I'm Here(May)
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Concert
London, Kampuchea Concert
26 Dec 1979
Queen
Queen
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Crazy Little Thing Called Love(Mercury)
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Concert
London, Kampuchea Concert
27 Dec 1979
Queen
Queen
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Golde Us Jah(unknown)
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Concert
London, Kampuchea Concert
27 Dec 1979
Unclassified
Matumsi
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Armagideon Time(Williams/Mitoo)
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Concert
London, Kampuchea Concert
27 Dec 1979
The Clash
The Clash
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Precious(Hynde/Weller)
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Concert
London, Kampuchea Concert
28 Dec 1979
The Pretenders
The Pretenders
6.
Got To Get You Into My Life(Lennon/McCartney)
2:57
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Concert
London, Kampuchea Concert
29 Dec 1979
C.19791229.01
Paul McCartney
Paul McCartney & Wings
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Every Night(McCartney)
4:17
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London, Kampuchea Concert
29 Dec 1979
C.19791229.03
Paul McCartney
Paul McCartney & Wings
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Coming Up(McCartney)
4:08
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Concert
London, Kampuchea Concert
29 Dec 1979
C1979.12.29.17
Paul McCartney
Paul McCartney & Wings
9.
Monkey Man(Hibbert)
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Concert
London, Kampuchea Concert
27 Dec 1979
The Specials
The Specials
10.
The Imposter(McManus)
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Concert
London, Kampuchea Concert
29 Dec 1979
Elvis Costello
Elvis Costello & The Attractions
11.
Crawling From The Wreckage(Parker)
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Concert
London, Kampuchea Concert
29 Dec 1979
Rockpile
Rockpile
12.
Little Sister(Pomus/Shuman)
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Concert
London, Kampuchea Concert
29 Dec 1979
Robert Plant, Rockpile
Rockpile With Robert Plant
13.
Sweet Gene Vincent(Dury/Jankel)
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Concert
London, Kampuchea Concert
27 Dec 1979
Ian Dury And The Blockheads
Ian Dury & The Blockheads
14.
Hit Me With Your Rhythm Stick(Dury/Jankel)
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Concert
London, Kampuchea Concert
27 Dec 1979
Ian Dury And The Blockheads
Ian Dury & The Blockheads
15.
Sister Disco(Townshend)
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Concert
London, Kampuchea Concert
28 Dec 1979
The Who
The Who
16.
Behind Blue Eyes(Townshend)
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Concert
London, Kampuchea Concert
28 Dec 1979
The Who
The Who
17.
See Me, Feel Me(Townshend)
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Concert
London, Kampuchea Concert
28 Dec 1979
The Who
The Who
18.
Lucille(Penniman/Collins)
4:12
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London, Kampuchea Concert
29 Dec 1979
C1979.12.29.23
Paul McCartney, Robert Plant
Paul McCartney & Rockestra
19.
Let It Be(Lennon/McCartney)
4:12
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London, Kampuchea Concert
29 Dec 1979
C1979.12.29.24
Paul McCartney
Paul McCartney & Rockestra
20.
Rockestra Theme(McCartney)
2:30
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Concert
London, Kampuchea Concert
29 Dec 1979
Paul McCartney
Paul McCartney & Rockestra
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TV/Radio chat/jingle TV/Radio chat/jingle Interview Interview
Cover by another artist Cover by another artist Film Music/Orchestral Film music/orchestral
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Reviews

Review by: pachacutiOn 31 Jul 2012 at 19:25 CET
Concert for the People of Kampuchea was recorded over various nights at the Hammersmith Odeon in London on December 26, 27, 28 and 29, 1979.

Many musicians and bands participated in this UNICEF sponsored fund raiser for children and people of the war torn Kampuchea. Democratic Kampuchea was the name of the Khmer Rouge-controlled state in South East Cambodia, between 1975 and 1979.

Many thought the Concert for the People of Kampuchea would lead to a Beatles reunion but this was squashed by George Harrison's open letter to the world when he stated that he would not be participating. Ringo Starr was filming a movie at the time and John Lennon never responded. Paul McCartney was the sole Beatle to close out the final night of these concerts which raised money but more importantly awareness of the cold war and its impact on Cambodia and other Asian countries after the Vietnam War.

The complete concert was recorded by Keef & Co. which is by Keith (Keef) MacMillan. MacMillan is also known for recording early Kate Bush concerts and videos as well as Paul McCartney and Wings Back to the Egg long form music video (1979). The Concert for the People of Kampuchea was first broadcast on BBC 1 in 1981 but rarely screened there after. The US music and underground film Night Flight TV show ran an abridged version of the concert in the early 1980s and one can find a different version of the concert highlights on a commercial vinyl pressing released in 1981.

I personally recorded the Concert for the People of Kampuchea in 1984 along with commercials in order to avoid cutting off any vital footage. The recording was made on a Panasonic VHS recorder at the time using BASF video on an SP mode (higher quality).

The quality of the recording is still excellent even though the video is now 27 years old. I have yet to digitize it but should be doing this within the month.
The concert opens up with a few words from UNICEF and then continues with great performances by Queen, Matumbi, The Specials, Elvis Costello and the Attractions, Rockpile, The Pretenders, The Who, The Clash, Ian Duri and the Blockheads and Paul McCartney and Wings.

This concert video should be considered of historical value not only for the selfless contributions each musician and bands made towards a humanitarian cause but also for the unique and flawless performances as well as the rare recordings made of Robert Plant and John Paul Jones on stage with John Bonham 8 months before Bonham's passing. Also, one the last ever public performance by Wings. Paul McCartney would be incarcerated in a Japanese prison for illegally transporting Marijuana into Japan on January 16, 1980. Wings concert tour was cancelled and McCartney eventually broke up the band in the spring of 1981.

The combination of rock, punk, new-wave, hard rock, country, reggae and funk made for a very eclectic concert video.
It is also important to note that many of these bands would break up within a few years of this concert. Making this
event more memorable and a great example of the transition of late 1970s rock and early 1980s new wave.

Lastly, it should be noted that all four concert nights were recorded in complete. Making for an excellent box set DVD collection
if ever they are released.

-william cordova ©
Review by: alvaroOn 24 Jul 2014 at 16:34 CET


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Filename: cfpokam
Originally filled by: Maccafan x
Date of creation: 06 Jan 2005 05:27:48
Last filled by: dale
Last Revision Date : 15 Mar 2016 19:32:17
Online on : 15 Oct 2012
Type of media: Bootleg DVD


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