Paul McCartney and The Who music DVDs this November

DVD UK Ltd has announced the UK Region 2 DVD release of two new music titles for 3rd November 2003. The titles are:

Paul McCartney - Put It There - Focussing on the making of the Flowers In The Dirt album, Put It There features a combination of interview footage, full renditions and segments of some 23 songs, this brand new version contains 20 minutes of hitherto unseen footage and four extra tracks. It also includes songs from every phase of Paul McCartney's career; from his rock 'n' roll roots, through his years with the Beatles and Wings, his collaboration with artists such as Elvis Costello to his solo work. Featured tracks include such all-time classics as Fool on the Hill, The Long and Winding Road, Lucille and Let It Be.

In addition to the music, McCartney's candid comments on everything from the Beatles to his music and his band to his concerns for the environment reveal a whole new side to the musical legend.

Available in DTS Surround Sound and Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound, bonus features comprise picture gallery; interactive motion menus; 20 minutes of never before seen footage and four additional songs.

Retail is £13.99.

The Who - Vegas Job is pure rock 'n' roll on stage with a behind-the-scenes story that reads like a Hollywood movie script. 1999 was the time of the high-flying Internet craze and companies were going to unusual measures to gain the attention of the public. One Internet company,, claimed it had invented a revolutionary method to deliver television-like images to the computer screens of anyone in the world with an Internet connection. To show off its technology, rented out the entire MGM Grand Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada and threw a $16,000,000 party that was headed by The Who and included such world famous performers as Tony Bennett, Natalie Cole, KISS, Faith Hill, The Dixie Chicks, The Brian Setzer Orchestra, Sugar Ray, LeAnn Rimes and Chely Wright.

After the concert however, it was discovered that's revolutionary technology was bogus. The concert that was supposed to have been seen by an audience of one billion around the world had been seen only by those lucky fans in attendance.

Now at last is it being made available in this unique Collector's Edition DVD for the rest of the world to enjoy.

Available in DTS Surround Sound and Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound, bonus features comprise interviews with Roger Daltrey and John Entwistle; interactive motion menus; a 35 minute Making of featurette and fan interviews.

Retail is £15.99.

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