This was one of those spur of the moment need for live music things, the other half came home from work and told about me about Tiger Lilly performing on our local high street and the urge of live music and the temptation of all night coffee drinking was a little too strong to resist.
Singer-songwriter Tiger Lilly has been performing up and down the country in support of her brand new album, Memory Lane, taking in a number of Costa’s on the way as part of her continuous support for the Costa Foundation, a charity that’s helped open a school in Ethiopia in the past as well as showcasing her material to a varied and at times unusual gig-going audience.
Tiger accompanied by her acoustic guitar and backing tapes (no room for a full band in a coffee shop!!!) took to the floor with a dazzling set of emotive originals and brilliantly delivered covers, to the delight of the assembled tea sippers and coffee dwellers.
She opened her set with a selection of originals taken from her aforementioned new album and her debut, Reflections, from the wonderful acoustic led, Wait For You complete with it’s gentle cooing vocals and infectious chorus to the light and breezy jazz infused Chocolate Button Kisses, complimented by catchy scat-like vocals and whistle along hooks, showcasing Tiger’s stunning range (and perhaps potentially showcase a new direction).
From there we were delivered carefully chosen covers such as a beautiful rendition of Son Of A Preacher Man and a powerful, rockier Black Velvet, whilst also treated to further original delights such as Chasing Ghosts and Newsflash.
Throughout Tiger’s performance she playfully interacted with the audience and they responded in kind creating a wonderful atmosphere for a spirited performance, whilst her blend of poppy light rock and big ballads found favour with one and all. Though Costa may not be the perfect venue for Tiger’s talents (I’d love to see her in a small club with a full band) she gave her all throughout and few performers can summon up so much passion and emotion in such an odd environment, she possesses a rare vocal talent that manages to simultaneously pull at the heart strings and leave you with a lasting fuzzy feeling inside.
Thank the lord for my roving feet, coffee addiction and need for live music, otherwise I may have missed the soul stirring, mesmeric beauty of Tiger Lilly.
Rhythm & Booze Rating 9
A couple of years back via good old Radio 2 (and my Dad) I was introduced the rather wonderful sounds of singer-songwriter Nell Bryden, her album at the time, What Does It Take, a delightful collection of rootsy blues, soulful Americana and stripped down folk became a firm favourite here at Rhythm & Booze and catching her live at the Academy 3 reaffirmed my faith in a good honest song and an infectious melody.
Since then I’ve had the pleasure in reviewing a couple of singles by Nell, including her brand new effort, the light, poppy Buildings And Treetops (reviewed on this very site) from her forthcoming new album Shake The Trees, so when the opportunity to catch Nell perform live as support to Chris Rea I jumped at the chance.
Last time I caught Nell she was accompanied my a full backing band, but this time out much to my surprise she trod the boards alone. Nell performed a short set taking in a few older tracks including the brilliant title track of the aforementioned What Does It Take along with a handful of newbies.
Throughout her short tenure on the stage, Nell’s warm soulful vocals and crisp electro-acoustic guitar work drew the crowd in, whilst her friendly stage banter and bubbly energy managed to win over a large portion of the Chris Rea disciples. Highlights came thick and fast throughout her delightful stripped down set with the likes of the country soul belter and death row lament Mercy On Me and fellow new track, Sirens both hitting home hard.
Nell’s intoxicating set has really whetted the appetite for the release of her forthcoming album proving whether with a band or solo, in a small club or massive stage such as the NIA, Nell Bryden is one singer-songwriter never fails to captivate and leave you with a warm fuzzy feeling inside.
Rhythm & Booze Rating 9
And so on to Chris Rea, well what can I say, the guy can really play guitar, his backing band are all strong competent musicians and he has written a couple of stone cold classics (Road To Hell, etc).
So you’d think that Chris Rea infront of his audience would really lift the roof of the NIA wouldn’t you? well actually no, sure he played a few really contagious numbers, he know’s his way around his guitar and the assembled masses lapped up every lick, solo and drum roll, but I have to say I was left a little cold by the performance.
Chris has no interaction with the audience bar a half mumbled thank you, half his set seemed to meander rather than grab you by the lapels and as for the band, they seemed content to happily move throw the motions. To be honest there seemed to be so little emotion or soul in the entire set and hey when you’ve seen one Chris Rea solo you’ve really seen them all. I guess if you like cold, hard musical proficiency, rather than a hook-laden song, Chris can do wrong, but for this viewer I prefer a bit of heart and soul.
Rhythm & Booze Rating 6
It seems some what apt to reviewing a festival called Rhythm here on the Rhythm & Booze website, obviously there’s the name sharing but not only that this years festivities featured a number of acts that we’ve featured previously on Rhythm & Booze (whether it was this site, an older version or even the now ancient paper format) including the likes of Imelda May, Hazel O’Connor, Sandi Thom and Missing Andy to name but a few
Rhythm Festival is set in the stunning Mansion House in Old Warden Park, a beautiful location for a small yet wonderfully varied festival, as with most festivals in this day and age Rhythm is something of a family orientated affair complete with a number of performance stages, a fair, stalls, eateries and the essential beer tent. But what sets the festival apart from their many contempories is their obvious love of music, this isn’t one of those festivals that people go to hang out, get drunk and miss the bands, no Rhythm is all about the bands and that’s why they manage to attract some of the biggest names in punk/blues/rock/ska/folk/indie/roots around, can you name another festival this year that featured The Buzzcocks, Nick Lowe and Jack Bruce (of Cream fame) no didn’t think so.
After a long drive from Worcester and dumping the bags at our hotel (yes I know, but I don’t do camping!) we hit the site and headed for the first band we could find, who just happened to be The Metratrons on the introducing stage.
The Metratrons turned out to be a brilliant opener for our weekends festivities, a four-piece female fronted blend of punk, new wave and fuzzy pop who delivered a fun, attitude filled set of infectious three minute belters that helped us all forget our damp feat and wind swept hair with contagious little ditties such as the bubblegum pop of Last To Know. The band’a Stomping rhythms, buzzing guitars, big hooks and hollered vocals went down a treat with the early revellers, setting us up nicely for the rest of the festival.
Next up and very high on my festival’s itinerary the always incredible Hazel O’Connor, with a set lifted from the iconic (now 3o year old) Breaking Glass. I’ve seen Hazel now on a number of occasions in various different formats but her performance at Rhythm with The Subterranens and saxophonist Clare Hirst helping out was perhaps the best I’ve witnessed to date (and I’m a big fan). Hazel and the band delivered a stunning high octane set, taking in the likes of Black Man, Big Brother, the marching Decadent Days and the eternal Will You? with the large assembled crowd hollering away to each and every vocal, with Hazel as ring leader, comandeering the audiences attention with her punchy attitude and deliverance.
8-piece Scottish-Canadian supergroup The Burns Unit (featuring the likes of Emma Pollock, King Creosote, Karine Polwart among their number) followed with a compelling set of multi-faceted indie pop, folk and alternative rock featuring six lead singers, wonderous harmonies, layers of sound and loads of contagious twists drawing you into their maverick , unique yet compelling set.
We spent the rest of the first of the day/evening bouncing around taking in the sights and the sounds of the festival before retiring for an early night (after all that travelling) but we reliably informed that The Buzzcocks brought the house (and the barriers) down with a hits filled set of punky madeness.
Day Two and up for an early start at the main stage with country titans Archie Brown & The Young Bucks.
Archie Brown produced an unexpected early highlight to our second day with a brilliant set of country, blues and rock, ranging from heartfelt crooned laments to a raucous sax assisted set finale. The band had more energy than most bands half their age, whilst Archie, himself was a whirring dervish of a frontman, putting in an energetic and commanding performance that had the assembled masses raptious with appreciation.
Indie upstarts Missing Andy added a new dimension to proceedings with a glorious, punchy set of upbeat indie rock anthems such as Kings For The Weekend, A Call To Arms and the holler along, live classic in the making Made In England. The band’s set had everything you could ask for, it was frantic, had attitude and swagger in abundance, full of sing-a-long hooks, addictive riffs, and delivered by a group on tip-top form. With performance like this and ready made festival classics it shoudn’t be too long until we see Missing Andy topping the bill.
After the riotous performance of Missing Andy we made a quick dash over to the Le Mesurier Stage to take in some of the greasy cow punk types the Blubbery Hellbellies, a wonderfully ramshackle collective headed by Lurkers main man Arturo Bassick, who wedge their tongues firmly in their cheeks to deliver a fun fuelled set of country punk including such classics as Is It Love Or Food Poisoning and All Wrestling Mama to name just two.
After gorging on some rather delectible pizza and once again wandering the site we paid a quick visit to the secret stage, took in a couple of tracks by Slim Chance, watching half a set of the wonderful bluesy Sandi Thom, which included Sandi blowing a mean harmonica before taking a brief sabbatical back at the hotel to charge the camera and our batteries before the two pronged main event.
Nick Lowe is a living legend, pure and simple, he is one of the finest songwriters of his and anybodies elses generation who has had a massively succesful solo career taking in soul, country, rock and pop, his 40 year musical career has numerous highlights and with the release of brand new album, At My Age, he doesn’t look like slowing down anytime yet. Nick’s set was a stunning display of restrained soulful, folky pop delivered in his aged yet wonderful croon taking in songs from thoughout his career to great applause and appreciation from one of the biggest crowds of the weekend. New songs slipped in effortlessly alongside better known classics, whilst his band laid down an infectious groove throughout and though Nick may not have delivered the most energetic of sets, his understated delivery and incredible songwriting ability shone through, proving that you don’t have to jump about to be a festival highlight. For me just being in the pressence of the mighty Nick Lowe performing live is a highlight in itself.
Saturday (and our festival due to work commitments) finished with the stunning, wonderful highly addictive Imelda May. By now unless you’ve lived on another planet you should have heard Imelda’s terrific blend of blues, soul and rockabilly, she’s lit up the stage across a number of the biggest venues and festivals across the world, whilst seducing he nation with her high profile turn on Later With Jools Holland and if you’re a regular Radio Two listener I’m sure you’ve become very accustomed to Imelda blaring out of your speakers as she’s become something of a main stay for the station in recent times. Both of her albums to date Love Tattoo and Mayhem have become firm favourites here at Rhythm & Booze, with her cool blues, upbeat rockabilly and soulful drawl regularly adorning the R&B hi-fi, but even those regular spins hadn’t prepared me for the Imelda May live experience. Imelda and her band are simply sensational in a live arena, she smoulderings as her her bunch of merry men kick up a shit storm of surf guitars, rock n roll licks and pulsating rhythms. Imelda lifts from both albums, with highlights delivered thick and fast, Johnny Gotta Boom Boom, a sensationally souped up Tainted Love and a glorious Big Bad Handsome Man are just three of a plethora that I could mention. Imelda May was the perfect choice as headliner as she had the audience in the palm of her hand from start to finish, we sang along, danced (well tried to) and lapped up every morsel from the Dublin born goddess with cries of more ringing long into the night.
I’m sure the final day of the festival was every bit as impressive with the likes of Toots & The Maytals, Steve Cropper (with The Animals), The Blockheads and Terry Reid all treading the boards, but like I mentioned earlier we had to head back to Worcester as the day job beckoned,.
I have to say we had an abosolute blast at our first ever (certainly not going to be our last) Rhythm Festival, it didn’t matter that we had a few spots of rain, what we may have lacked in sunshine was more than made up by the quality of music on offer. Rhythm is a fun, friendly festival put on by music lovers for music lovers, roll on next year.
Rhythm & Booze Rating 10
The fourth Worcester Music Festival took place over a long weekend in August and once again the streets of my home city came alive with the sounds of music. Over the three day event, anyone and everyone who’s interested in performing, hosting or volunteering came together to help raise some money and awareness for a brilliant local charity, The Maggs centre, whilst also providing a platform for local and further afield bands and artists to showcase their wares.
Last year Rhythm & Booze put together an eclectic day of music at Drummonds, featuring local and out of town musicians, it was something of a rousing success but a little stressful and certainly manic trying to cram in so much whilst working, writing this site and looking after our (then) six month old son. So this year instad of rushing around like a loon I decided I’d rather take the chilled approach and go back to being a mere punter.
Me being me I poured over the guide for over a week deciding wear to spend my time, after all there was so much happening all at once across the city. Being a bit of a sucker for something new I eventually decided on a night of out of town bands and artists but together by one Kevin Jenkins (or SelectaSound if you prefer), the line-up read as something a little different from the typical one genre nights with an eclectic mix of soul, folk, hip-hop and orchestrl indie on offer.
The night opened with Christi Warner (accompanied on guitar and backing vocals by Kevin Jenkins) a singer-songwriter who blends warm soulful vocals with spoken word poetry and one of the widest smiles I’ve seen in what seems like forever. The combination of Christi’s stunning heartfelt vocals and Kevin’s acoustic guitar worked wonderfully well as they weaved a seductive spell with such numbers as Mother Africa, the infectious Radio Will Die and the social commentary of Golden Coin. As opening performances go Christi’s faultless set of heart felt soul was pretty damn faultless.
One Sixth Of Tommy followed and I have to admit I was more than a little intrigued to hear what the three-girls, one boy line-up had to offer having just recently performing at Glastonbury. The young Midlands based quartet were something of a revelation with a stunning set of acoustic indie pop and stripped down folk, the female trio traded gorgeous vocal harmonies whilst the token male member held down a delicate beat. Songs such as Butterflies and the recent single Pact showcased not only the pretty melodies and harmonies that the band sew together but also an impressive songwriting ability and a talent for providing big pop hooks that had me humming for days afterwards. One Sixth Of Tommy also delivered a stunning stripped version of Dreams by Fleetwood Mac that left my jaw on the floor in amazement. The band are just set to release their debut album on Helium Records and if it manages to capture the brilliance of the live performance it’s set to be a wonderful intimate affair of pretty songs and addictive hooks.
Case Closed are a live hip-hop act and when I say live hip-hop act I mean it, they use acoustic guitars, harmonies and indie pop hooks along with contagious rapid fire rhymes to create one of the most contagious takes on the hip-hop theme I’ve heard in a long time. Two MC’s battle and duet over some tasty acoustic licks, whilst the guitarist also provides harmonies to the further pepper and provide hooks to the already intoxicating sound. Case Closed have recently supported the likes of Example in recent times and with tracks such as Paranoia, Wait In Line and the infectious Woke Up This Morning it’s easy to see why, the trio deliver a stunning set of memorable rhymes, stunning harmonies and catchy licks that could see the band move onto bigger and better things in the not to distant future.
Leiceseter based The Daydream Club are another band who have band plying their trade on the festival scene with a recent performance at Rhythm & Booze Favourite Summer Sundae whilst also receiving plaudits for their recently release debut Overgrown from everyone from the BBC to Notion Magazine as well receiving praise from Tom Robinson (of 6 Music) for their gorgeous take on acoustic indie pop and hook-laden folk. The male/female duo delivered on their promise with a stunning intimate set with blissed out harmonies, textured indie pop and serene heart stopping, beautiful duets. Songs such as English Rain and the jazzy piano fronted The Affair almost had a cinematic quality, whilst Be With You Always showcased the aforementioned folk element to the band’s unique and captivating sound as the duo delivered a really egaging set that had me completely enthralled through out.
The nights entertainment was rounded off by a short sharp set by two of the normally six-piece The Young Runaways, the guitar/violin duo delivered an engaging set of rousing indie folk and (orchestral) pop that intrigued as well invigorated. I’d like to se the full band in action as on the evidence on show here the band have an impressive arsenal of catchy songs that with the power of a full band could really be something special. The male/female duo of guitar, vocals and violin finished the evening with a brilliant slowed down folky version of ska classic, Message To Rudy ending an eclectic night of majestic music, energetic hip-hop and bewitching pop in fine fashion.
Rhythm & Booze Rating 9
RUFUS WAINWRIGHT RELEASES TRACKLISTING FOR HOUSE OF RUFUS BOXSET
The track listing for the House of Rufus box set has finally been announced! The whopping 19-disc collection will include some of the rarest and most sought after tracks from Rufus’ catalogue.
Limited to just 3000 copies worldwide, this collection is sure to be the most sought after release in Rufus’ catalogue. House of Rufus is available for pre-order here and in the RufusWainwright.com Store.
Some of the rare gems to be featured in this fantastic release include:
- Demos from his personal collection, which include tracks from the tape that got him his first record deal.
- Studio demos recorded for Want One and Want Two.
- A disc entitled ‘Rufus at the Movies’ made up entirely of his soundtracks including the haunting “Hallelujah” fromShrek.
- Recordings with ‘Families and Friends’ including a brand new and achingly beautiful version of Richard Thompson’s “Down Where The Drunkards Roll” recorded with Loudon Wainwright III for this box set.
- Live recordings from London’s Kenwood House and sessions recorded for radio.
The box contains:
6· studio albums
2· concerts on CD, including the legendary ”Rufus Does Judy at Carnegie Hall” (2CD)
4· additional CDs featuring previously unreleased material.
This beautifully packaged 19 disc box set spans Rufus’ entire career and represents the most complete collection of Rufus Wainwright recordings to date.
All housed in an elegant, red velvet encased 90 page hardback book containing; rare and unseen photos, Rufus’ early hand drawn tour posters, handwritten lyrics, 4 art prints and other memorabilia, extensive sleeve notes with interviews with Neil Tennant, Martha Wainwright, Linda Thompson and Lenny Waronker and an introduction by Rufus.
- Rufus Wainwright CD
1. Foolish Love
2. Danny Boy
3. April Fools
4. In My Arms
7. Beauty Mark
9. Matinee Idol
1. Heartburn (from McGarrigle Hour)
2. Goodnight Sweetheart(from McGarrigle Hour)
1. Cigarettes And Chocolate Milk
2. Greek Song
6. The Tower Of Learning
7. Grey Gardens
8. Rebel Prince
9. The Consort
10.One Man Guy
12.In A Graveyard
13.Cigarettes And Chocolate Milk – Reprise
1. Greek Song (KCRW session 5/6/01)
2. California (KCRW session 5/6/01)
3. Grey Gardens (KCRW session 5/6/01)
-Want One CD
1. Oh What A World
2. I Don’t Know What It Is
3. Vicious World
4. Movies Of Myself
5. Pretty Things
6. Go Or Go Ahead
8. 14th Street – Album Version
10.Harvester Of Hearts
14.Dinner At Eight
15.Es Mus Sein (Non-LP Version)
16.Velvet Curtain Rag (Non-LP Version)
1. What You Got (unreleased)
2. 11.11 (Studio demo)
- Want Two CD
1. Agnus Dei
2. The One You Love
3. Peach Trees
4. Little Sister
5. The Art Teacher
6. Hometown Waltz
7. This Love Affair
8. Gay Messiah (Album version)
9. Memphis Skyline
10.Waiting For A Dream
11.Crumb by Crumb
12.Old Whore’s Diet
13.Coeur De Parisienne – Reprise d’Arletty (Live)
14.Quand Vous Mourez de Nos Amours (Live)
1. Southern Soul (unreleased)
2. Gay Messiah (Studio demo )
-Release The Stars CD
1. Do I Disappoint You
2. Going To A Town
4. Nobody’s Off The Hook
5. Between My Legs
6. Rules and Regulations
7. Not Ready To Love
10.Leaving For Paris No. 2
12.Release The Stars
13.Do I Disappoint You – Instrumental
1. Low Grade Happiness (rare UK b-side)
2. Going to a Town (Live at Kenwood House, London. 3/7/10)
-Rufus Does Judy CD1
1. Overture: The Trolley Song/Over The Rainbow/The Main That Got Away – Live At Carnegie Hall
2. When You’re Smiling (The Whole World Smiles With You) – Live At Carnegie Hall
3. Medley: Almost Like Being In Love/This Can’t Be Love – Live At Carnegie Hall
4. Do It Again – Live At Carnegie Hall
5. You Go To My Head – Live At Carnegie Hall
6. Alone Together – Live At Carnegie Hall
7. Who Cares? (So Long As You Care For Me) – Live At Carnegie Hall
8. Puttin On The Ritz – Live At Carnegie Hall
9. How Long Has This Been Going On – Live At Carnegie Hall
10.Just You, Just Me – Live At Carnegie Hall
11.The Man That Got Away – Live At Carnegie Hall
12.San Francisco – Live At Carnegie Hall
- Rufus Does Judy CD2
1. That’s Entertainment – Live At Carnegie Hall
2. I Can’t Give You Anything But Love – Live At Carnegie Hall
3. Come Rain Or Come Shine – Live At Carnegie Hall
4. You’re Nearer – Live At Carnegie Hall
5. A Foggy Day – Live At Carnegie Hall
6. If Love Were All – Live At Carnegie Hall
7. Zing! Went The Strings Of My Heart – Live At Carnegie Hall
8. Stormy Weather – Live At Carnegie Hall
9. Medley: You Made Me Love You/For Me And My Gal/The Trolley Song – Live At Carnegie Hall
10.Rock A Bye Your Baby With A Dixie Melody – Live At Carnegie Hall
11.Over The Rainbow – Live At Carnegie Hall
12.Swanee – Live At Carnegie Hall
13.After You’re Gone – Live At Carnegie Hall
14.Chicago – Live At Carnegie Hall
15.Get Happy – Live At Carnegie Hall
1. Someone to Watch Over Me (unreleased. Features Martha Wainwright)
2. Everytime We Say Goodbye (unreleased)
-Milwaukee At Last CD
1. Release The Stars – Live
2. Going To A Town – Live
3. Sanssouci – Live
4. Rules And Regulations – Live
5. Leaving For Paris No. 2 – Live
6. If Love Were All – Live
7. Nobody’s Off The Hook – Live
8. Not Ready To Love/Slideshow – Live
9. Macushla – Live
10.Gay Messiah – Live
- All Days are Nights: Songs for Lulu CD
1. Who Are You New York?
2. Sad With What I Have
4. Give Me What I Want And Give It To Me Now!
5. True Loves
6. Sonnet 43
7. Sonnet 20
8. Sonnet 10
9. The Dream
10.What Would I Ever Do With A Rose?
11.Les Feux D’Artifice T’Appellent
13.Les Feux D’Artifice T’Appellent – Alternate Version
1. Who Are You New York? (Live at Kenwood House, London. 3/7/10)
2. Martha (Live at Kenwood House, London. 3/7/10)
3. The Walking Song (Live at Kenwood House, London. 3/7/10)
- Rufus Rarities CD
1. Money Song (unreleased)
2. Ups and Downs (rare promo only track)
3. Red Thread (unreleased)
4. St James Infirmary (unreleased)
5. London (unreleased)
6. A Bit of You (rare Japanese bonus track)
7. Ashes (unreleased)
8. In With the Ladies (rare UK bonus track)
9. Miss Otis Regrets (unreleased)
10.Cowboy Song (iTunes exclusive track)
11.Patience is a Virtue (rare US bonus track)
13.Fame Into Love Into Death (unreleased)
14.One More Chance (unreleased)
16.Dreams and Daydreams (unreleased)
- Rufus At The Movies CD
1. I’m a Running (Tommy Tricker) (unreleased)
2. Le Roi d’Ys (The Myth of Fingerprints)
3. On The Banks of the Wabash (The Myth of Fingerprints)
4. Complainte de la Butte (Moulin Rouge)
5. Hallelujah (Shrek)
6. He Ain’t Heavy He’s My Brother (Zoolander)
7. Across The Universe (I am Sam)
8. It’s Only a Paper Moon (Stormy Weather)
9. I Wonder What Became of Me (Stormy Weather)
10.I Eat Dinner (Bridget Jones The Edge Of Reason)
11.I’ll Build a Stairway to Paradise (The Aviator)
12.King of the Road (Brokeback Mountain)
13.The Maker Makes (Brokeback Mountain)
14.Bewitched, Bothered, Bewildered (The History Boys)
15.Another Believer (Meet The Robinsons)
- Family and Friends CD
1. What’ll I Do (Kate & Anna Mcgarrigle, Rufus & Martha Wainwright)
2. Au Fond Du Temple Saint (David Byrne)
3. So Easy (Teddy Thompson)
4. Old Paint (Loudon Wainwright) (Rare US bonus track)
5. Casanova in Hell (Pet Shop Boys)
6. What Can i Do (Antony Hegarty)
7. To America (Joan Wasser)
8. Tired of Wasting Time (Sloan Wainwright)
9. Chelsea Hotel No 2 (Live)
10.Everybody Knows (Live)
11.More Wine (Julianna Raye)
12.Lowlands Away (Rufus and Kate from Rogues Gallery)
13.Scarecrow (Kristian Hoffman)
15.Down Where The Drunkards Roll – (Loudon Wainwright) (recorded May 2011 unreleased)
- Rufus Original Demos CD
1. Foolish Love (unreleased)
2. Danny Boy (unreleased)
3. Beauty Mark (unreleased)
4. Damned Ladies (unreleased)
5. Liberty Cabbage (unreleased)
6. Matinee Idol (unreleased)
7. April Fools (unreleased)
8. Get Out of Town (unreleased)
9. Sally Ann (unreleased)
10.Sweet Repose (unreleased)
11.In My Arms (unreleased)
12.Keep Cool Fool (unreleased)
-Rufus Does Judy DVD
1. Overture: The Trolley Song/Over The Rainbow/The Main That Got Away – Live At The London Palladium
2. When You’re Smiling (The Whole World Smiles With You) – Live At The London Palladium
3. Medley: Almost Like Being In Love/This Can’t Be Love – Live At The London Palladium
4. Do It Again – Live At The London Palladium
5. You Go To My Head – Live At The London Palladium
6. Alone Together – Live At The London Palladium
7. Who Cares? (So Long As You Care For Me) – Live At The London Palladium
8. Puttin On The Ritz – Live At The London Palladium
9. How Long Has This Been Going On – Live At The London Palladium
10.Just You, Just Me – Live At The London Palladium
11.The Man That Got Away – Live At The London Palladium
12.San Francisco – Live At The London Palladium
13.That’s Entertainment – Live At The London Palladium
14.I Can’t Give You Anything But Love – Live At The London Palladium
15.Come Rain Or Come Shine – Live At The London Palladium
16.You’re Nearer – Live At The London Palladium
17.A Foggy Day – Live At The London Palladium
18.If Love Were All – Live At The London Palladium
19.Zing! Went The Strings Of My Heart – Live At The London Palladium
20.Stormy Weather – Live At The London Palladium
21.Medley: You Made Me Love You/For Me And My Gal/The Trolley Song – Live At The London Palladium
22.Rock A Bye Your Baby With A Dixie Melody – Live At The London Palladium
23.Over The Rainbow – Live At The London Palladium
24.Swanee – Live At The London Palladium
25.After You’re Gone – Live At The London Palladium
26.Chicago – Live At The London Palladium
27.Get Happy – Live At The London Palladium
28.Hello Bluebird – Live At The London Palladium
29.Someone To Watch Over Me – Live At The London Palladium
30.Everytime We Say Goodbye – Live At The London Palladium
31.San Francisco – Reprise, Live At The London Palladium
32.Credits – Live At The London Palladium
-All I Want DVD
1. Overture – A Portrait Of Rufus Wainwright – 2.0 Dolby Stereo [Concert Film]
2. Childhood – A Portrait Of Rufus Wainwright – 2.0 Dolby Stereo [Behind the Scenes]
3. New York, LA & The Big Break – A Portrait Of Rufus Wainwright – 2.0 Dolby Stereo [Behind the Scenes]
4. Pills, Partying & Poses – A Portrait Of Rufus Wainwright – 2.0 Dolby Stereo [Behind the Scenes]
5. Excess – A Portrait Of Rufus Wainwright – 2.0 Dolby Stereo [Behind the Scenes]
6. After The Party – A Portrait Of Rufus Wainwright – 2.0 Dolby Stereo [Behind the Scenes]
7. The Wants – A Portrait Of Rufus Wainwright – 2.0 Dolby Stereo [Behind the Scenes]
8. Hometown Waltz – A Portrait Of Rufus Wainwright – 2.0 Dolby Stereo [Behind the Scenes]
9. Gay Messiah – Studio Frisson, Montreal Performance – 2.0 Dolby Stereo [Music Video]
10.Crumb By Crumb – Studio Frisson, Montreal Performance – 2.0 Dolby Stereo [Music Video]
11.Rebel Prince – Studio Frisson, Montreal Performance – 2.0 Dolby Stereo [Music Video]
12.The Art Teacher – Studio Frisson, Montreal Performance – 2.0 Dolby Stereo [Music Video]
13.This Love Affair – Studio Frisson, Montreal Performance – 2.0 Dolby Stereo [Music Video]
14.Poses – Studio Frisson, Montreal Performance – 2.0 Dolby Stereo [Music Video]
15.Movies Of Myself – The Corn Exchange, Cambridge Performance – 2.0 Dolby Stereo [Music Video]
16.Go Or Go Ahead – The Corn Exchange, Cambridge Performance – 2.0 Dolby Stereo [Music Video]
17.I Don’t Know What It Is – The Corn Exchange, Cambridge Performance – 2.0 Dolby Stereo [Music Video]
18.Beautiful Child – The Corn Exchange, Cambridge Performance – 2.0 Dolby Stereo [Music Video]
19.Beauty Mark – Live At Central Park Summer Stage – 2.0 Dolby Stereo [Music Video]
20.Cigarettes And Chocolate Milk – Live At Central Park Summer Stage – 2.0 Dolby Stereo [Music Video]
21.Dinner At Eight – Live At Central Park Summer Stage – 2.0 Dolby Stereo [Music Video]
22.The One You Love [Music Video]
23.California [Music Video]
24.April Fools [Music Video]
25.The Maker Makes [Music Video]
-Prima Donna The Story of an Opera DVD
1. Opening: Prima Donna – The Story of an Opera [Documentary]
2. The First Workshop: Prima Donna – The Story of an Opera [Documentary]
3. The Genesis of Prima Donna : Prima Donna – The Story of an Opera [Documentary]
4. Melody: Prima Donna – The Story of an Opera [Documentary]
5. Montréal: Prima Donna – The Story of an Opera [Documentary]
6. The Insane Rage: Prima Donna – The Story of an Opera [Documentary]
7. In It For The Long Run: Prima Donna – The Story of an Opera [Documentary]
8. Getting Signed: Prima Donna – The Story of an Opera [Documentary]
9. Orchestration: Prima Donna – The Story of an Opera [Documentary]
10.Leeds & The Second Workshop: Prima Donna – The Story of an Opera [Documentary]
11.The Orchestra: Prima Donna – The Story of an Opera [Documentary]
12.Shakespeare In Berlin: Prima Donna – The Story of an Opera [Documentary]
13.Countdown To The Premiere: Prima Donna – The Story of an Opera [Documentary]
14.Kate & Zebulon: Prima Donna – The Story of an Opera [Documentary]
15.Fireworks: Prima Donna – The Story of an Opera [Documentary]
-MilWaukee at Last! DVD
1. This Is Me
2. Release The Stars – Live
3. Brooches 1
4. Going To A Town – Live
5. Sanssouci – Live
6. Rules And Regulations – Live
7. Brooches 2
8. Tulsa – Live
9. The Art Teacher – Live
11.Tiergarten – Live
12.Leaving For Paris No. 2 – Live
13.Get Up To Dance
14.Between My Legs – Live
16.Do I Disappoint You – Live
17.A Foggy Day – Live
18.If Love Were All – Live
19.Nobody’s Off The Hook – Live
20.Beautiful Child – Live
21.Not Ready To Love – Live
22.Slideshow – Live
23.Macushla – Live
24.14th Street – Live
25.Playing-out And Changing-up
27.I Don’t Know What It Is – Live
28.Pretty Things – Live
29.La Complainte De La Butte – Live
30.Glamming-up Onstage And Changing Backstage
31.Get Happy – Live
32.Gay Messiah – Live
34.Grey Gardens – Live
35.Verdi: Rehearsing For A Wedding [La traviata / Act 1]
36.Not Ready To Love – Live from Montreux Jazz Festival 2007
37.14th Street – Live from Montreux Jazz Festival 2007
38.Get Happy – Live from Montreux Jazz Festival 2007
-Live at the Fillmore DVD
1. DVD Intro (Rufus Wainwright/Live At The Fillmore)
2. L’absence – Live at the Fillmore
3. 14th Street – Live At The Fillmore [Music Video]
4. Harvester Of Hearts – Live at the Fillmore
5. Natasha – Live at the Fillmore
6. The Art Teacher – Live at the Fillmore
7. Hallelujah – Live At The Fillmore [Music Video]
8. Matinee Idol – Live at the Fillmore
9. Vibrate – Live At The Fillmore [Music Video]
10.Gay Messiah – Live at the Fillmore
11.Want – Live at the Fillmore
12.Greek Song – Live at the Fillmore
13.Foolish – Live at the Fillmore
14.I Don’t Know What It Is – Live at the Fillmore
15.Dinner At Eight – Live at the Fillmore
16.Beautiful Child – Live at the Fillmore
17.Oh What A World – Live at the Fillmore
18.Liberty Cabbage – Live at the Fillmore
19.California – Live at the Fillmore
20.As In Happy – Live at the Fillmore
21.DVD Credits (Rufus Wainwright/Live At The Fillmore)
-Release The Stars DVD
1. Track By Track interview
2. The Art Teacher – Sympatico/MSN Presents Live @ The Orange Lounge
3. Rebel Prince – Sympatico/MSN Presents Live @ The Orange Lounge
4. Gay Messiah – Sympatico/MSN Presents Live @ The Orange Lounge
5. Vibrate – Sympatico/MSN Presents Live @ The Orange Lounge
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- The Penny Black Remedy Announce New Album
- The Afterparty Announce UK Dates
- Night Verses Release New Album And Stream New Track
- Itch Announce London Date
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