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In November 1984, Bill Wyman got together with a group of well-known musicians to record an album to help the Ronnie Lane Appeal for A.R.M.S. The band was called Willie and the Poor Boys and the fantastic line-up on the album included Bill Wyman, Charlie Watts, Kenney Jones, Jimmy Page, Paul Rodgers, Chris Rea, Andy Fairweather-Low, Geraint Watkins, Mickey Gee, and Henry Spinetti. On March 11th and 12th 1985, the core members of the band and additional star guests, turned up at the Fulham Town Hall, London to make this film of Willie and the Poor Boys. This rare event marked an historical Rock 'n' Roll moment where members of the Rolling Stones and The Beatles collaborated on a film project. Discovered in Bill Wyman's personal archive, this concert film and accompanying documentary make up this superb special edition, which has been digitally re-mastered.
Great show on DVD. Watching something that was filmed in the mid 80's that reflects the beginning of the rock n roll era. Well choreographed dancing and a good documentary as well. Read morePublished 1 month ago by cindyw