Oh- sorry, maccas-The DVD runs 7:20.
I believe that this DVD has been shown on TV on one of those AM shows and Dhani was on. Sorry I didn't see it. But I heard about it. All the dialogue is as I remembered it.
I had a hard time watching it. It had been such a long time since I've seen George and seeing him smiling and playing guitar and "the uke" it was too much for me. Just surprizingly overwelmed me. George in his garden at Friar Park.
I saw all the photos from 2001. These are clearly earlier. George looks very healthy, so I am guessing that all of the film photoage is from 1999.
It is a short DVD, but any film of George is so rare.
I am so glad I got the box set. There is a lot in it and so worth the extra money.
Oh, I don't know if anyone out there is familiar with Hoagy Carmichael, but I hear him in several songs. I know Paul owns his catalogue. And it is so fun to hear George play the uke on Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea.
And I would also like to say that I was very skeptical of Jeff Lynne's input and production. I think he did a very good job here- I don't see any overproduction/ ELO stuff here. A big relief!
George comes through very clear and the album has a simple, clean sound to it. So, thanks Jeff[:)]