Billy Fury Special Offer:
DVD plus CD for £25
In celebration of iconic rock’n’roller Billy Fury’s birthday – 17 April 1940 –
we have put together a brilliant Billy Fury special offer:
THE SOUND OF FURY a music documentary about Billy’s life on DVD plus
Last Night Was Made For Love – a CD compilation of Billy’s singles,
together for just £25!
THE SOUND OF FURY Music Documentary on DVD
Directors: Alan Byron and Mark Sloper.
Features: Billy Fury, Lord Puttnam, Chris Eley, Mark Kermode, Vince Eager, Amanda Barrie, Imelda May, Boz Boorer, Len Goodman, Clem Cattini, Jimmy Page, Jean Wycherley, Joe Brown, Albie Wycherley, Imelda May, Ray Connolly, Lee Everett, Spencer Leigh, Boz Boorer, Billy Butler and Mark Sloper.
Running time: 90 mins approx. Number of discs: 1.
BILLY FURY was an overnight sensation and The Sound of Fury album is a landmark in British Rock & Roll history, now seen by many as the high water-mark of British Rock ‘n’ Roll. Featuring unique and unseen archive footage and photos, this music documentary charts Billy Fury’s contribution to popular music. Britain’s original teen idol equalled the Beatles’ record of 24 hits in the 1960s. With exclusive home movie footage plus interviews with Billy’s mum and many more.
EXTRAS: Fact & Furious; The Stories of Fury; Full of Fury; five full performances from All That Jazz.
Last Night Was Made For Love The Singles Collection 1959-1962.
33 TRACKS on one CD
BILLY FURY wa one of the biggest home-grown pop stars of the pre-Beatles era. This compilation presents his first sixteen singles, (B-sides included), plus a bonus track, Fury’s Tune, from his first LP. This phenomenal body of work showcases his very best.
Billy Fury, (real name Ronald Wycherley), was the original pop idol with a string of hits from the late 1950s through to the early 1960’s. On October 1st 1958 he talked his way
on to the bill of a show at the Essoldo Theatre in Birkenhead. Larry Parnes was putting on Marty Wilde at the theatre. Ronnie Wycherley talked his way backstage and, after a brief
audition, was added to the bill. Along with a string of early sixties hits, he starred in I’ve Gotta Horse with Amanda Barrie, Michael Medwin and Jon Pertwee.
Tracks: Maybe Tomorrow / Gonna Type A Letter / Margo (Don’t Go) / Don’t Knock Upon My Door / Angel Face / Time Has Come / My Christmas Prayer / Last Kiss / Collette / Baby How I Cried / That’s Love / You Don’t Know / Wondrous Place / Alright, Goodbye / A Thousand Stars / Push Push / Don’t Worry / Talkin’ In My Sleep / Halfway To Paradise / Cross My Heart / Jealousy / Open Your Arms / I’d Never Find Another You / Sleepless Nights / Letter Full Of Tears / Magic Eyes / Last Night Was Made For Love / A King For Tonight / Once Upon A Dream / If I Lose You / Because Of Love / Running Around / Fury’s Tune