AC/DC's concert at The Apollo on 30 April 1978 later became the bulk of the band's first live album, If You Want Blood You've Got It A Month Later.
New Order's groundbreaking fusion of postpunk/new wave rock, synth-pop and dance music made them one of the most influential bands of the 1980s. After sitting out much of the '90s, they reemerged with acclaimed albums in 2001 (Get Ready) and 2005 (Waiting For The Sirens' Call), and in late 2006, performed a rare and celebratory two-night stand in Glasgow, Scotland.
1. Super Disco Breakin' 2. Flute Loop 3. Root Down 4. Shake Your Rump 5. Time for Livin' 6. Egg Raid on Mojo 7. Gratitude 8. Song for the Man 9. The Move 10. Unite 11. Skills to Pay the Bills 12. Slow and Low 13. Sabrosa 14. Lighten Up 15. Believe Me 16. Tough Guy 17. Pass the Mic 18. Sure Shot 19. Putting Shame in Your Game 20. Three MC's and One DJ 21. Something's Got to Give 22. Son of Neckbone 23. Nervous Assistant 24. Heart Attack Man 25. Remote Control 26. Body Movin' 27. Time to Get Ill 28. So What'cha Want 29. Intergalactic 30. Sabotage
Three teenage brothers, gang-member Bobby, troubled mama's boy Alan and self-assured prankster Lex, reside in a downtrodden section of Glasgow, Scotland, circa 1968. But while Bobby and Alan are beginning to experience the power of raging hormones, the story focuses on Lex, who begins a downward spiral after he accidentally shoots the leader of Bobby's gang. Lex's cockiness and immaturity unfortunately prevent him from understanding the effect his subsequent crimes will have on both himself, and on those around him.
On 27th November 2013 Simple Mindsplayed a very special concert and filmed it at the brand new award-winning venue the SSE Hydro Glasgow, the first concert to be filmed there. To an enthusiastic home audience, the band delivers rousing versions of hit after hit after hit. 1. Intro 2. Waterfront 3. Broken Glass Park 4. I Travel 5. All The Things She Said 6. Promised You A Miracle 7. Glittering Prize 8. Theme For Great Cities 9. Mandela Day 10. Someone Somewhere In Summertime 11. The American 12. Love Song 13. See The Lights 14. Don’t You (Forget About Me) 15. New Gold Dream (81, 82, 83, 84) 16. Big Music 17. Sanctify Yourself 18. Alive And Kicking.
GLASGOW GIRLS is a specially commissioned musical drama for BBC Three that tells the inspirational true story of a group of schoolgirls whose petition to save their friend from deportation inspired a movement which would eventually help change immigration practices in Scotland.
A documentary, edited by Bill Forsyth, promoting the proposed development of Glasgow in the 1970s.
For those of you wanting more Postcard records then this is the film for you! The Glasgow School is a companion to Big Gold Dream and is the most comprehensive account of Postcard, Swamplands, Strawberry Switchblade, The Jazzateers/Paul Quinn, James King, WIN and The Bluebells that's ever been assembled. No soundbites here, just plenty of accounts from those who were there.
Short about the titular choir, made after the announcement of the retirement of the choir's conductor, Sir Hugh Robertson
Jamaica Street, Glasgow
A British Transport Films production.
Scots television star Angus Simpson presents this documentary chronicling the history of Glasgow - second city of the British empire. In the nineteenth century Glasgow enjoyed the fruits of heavy industries developed along the Clyde, but fell on harder times in the twentieth century. The fall of the empire and disintegration of traditional industries resulted in the creation of slum areas, but in later decades the city found acclaim through the architectural achievements of Charles Rennie Mackintosh, and in 1990 was made the European City of Culture. One issue that continues to divide Glasgow, however, is the on-going battle between fans of the two resident football clubs, Rangers and Celtic.
A fresh-faced gym instructor, Murdo Caldwell, threatens the cosy lifestyle established in the seedy Adonis Health Club in Glasgow, where, up until now, sex ‘n’ sleaze have been the order of the day. Charley and Donald, who have established a comfortable living at the club, plot to get rid of Murdo and his ideals of creating “a wholly healthy Glasgow… a city of perfectly proportioned sinuous but not over-developed physiques.... a city of non-smoking non-drinking joggers ... a city of reposeful but alert minds.' But who will win the battle of minds rather than bodies?
Location - O2 Academy, Glasgow, Scotland. Date - 19th April 2012
Members of the PHOTOGRAPHIC CONVENTION carrying tripods and cameras file past a waiting room on the deck of the Clyde steamer "Lady Rowena".
Set List: Live At Barrowlands, Glasgow, Scotland, August 25, 1984 1. Shake Dog Shake 2. Primary 3. The Walk 4. The Hanging Garden 5. One Hundred Years 6. Give Me It 7. A Forest 8. Piggy In The Mirror 9. Happy The Man 10. Play For Today 11. The Caterpillar 12. 10:15 Saturday Night 13. Killing An Arab Bonus Tracks: Live At Theater De L'Empire, Paris, France, December 8, 1979 14. At Night (‘A Forest’) 15. Three Imaginary Boys 16. Killing An Arab
Victor, Jack and Winston, three friends and willy old widowers are trapped to their own devices 19 stories up in a Glasgow high rise. "The lift's aff!" and until it gets fixed there's hee haw to do but argue, reminisce and wind each other up.
Paul Rodgers is the possessor of one of the great rock voices. This concert was recorded in Glasgow on his sell out autumn 2006 UK tour and features powerful performances of songs from across his career
Star of TVs Live at the Apollo & Michael McIntyre's Comedy Roadshow, Kevin Bridges is the next big thing in comedy and the one to watch in 2010. His unique brand of social commentary, astute observations and sharp one-liners arguably make him the hottest act to come out of Scotland in the last ten years.