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In July 2009, Status Quo's hugely successful "Pictures" tour rolled into Montreux in Switzerland as part of the renowned Montreux Jazz Festival, an annual musical event now celebrating its 43rd year. The band, led as always by the twin telecasters of Francis Rossi and Rick Parfitt, delivered a blistering set of classic tracks covering their 40 years of hits with giant screens behind the stage illustrating high points from the Quo's career. With the temperature inside the auditorium soaring it was a hot and memorable night for band and fans alike that is brilliantly captured here.
This Blu-ray of "Pictures - Live At Montreux 2009" contains the full length concert and the new documentary "Pictures: The Story Of 40 Years Of Hits".
With: Francis Rossi, guitars, vocals; Rick Parfitt, guitars, vocals; Andrew Bown, keyboards, guitars, vocals; John Rhino Edwards, bass guitar, vocals.
3 The Wanderer
5 Don't Drive My Car
6 Mean Girl / Softer Ride
7 Beginning Of The End
8 Is There A Better Way
9 Proposing Medley: What You're Proposing / Down The Dustpipe / Little Lady / Red Sky / Dear John / Big Fat Mama
10 Pictures Of Matchstick Men / Ice In The Sun
11 The Oriental
12 Creepin' Up On You
13 In My Chair
14 Living On An Island
15 In The Army Now
16 The Killer (Drum Solo)
17 Roll Over Lay Down
18 Down Down
19 Whatever You Want
20 Rockin' All Over The World
21 Junior's Wailing
22 Rock 'n' Roll Music / Bye Bye Johnny
Quo in Montreux
Rossi Cam: Down Down & Roll Over
Parfitt Cam: Whatever You Want & Rain
PICTURES: THE STORY OF 40 YEARS OF HITS
In celebration of their 40 years of hits, this new documentary traces the career of Status Quo from their roots in the sixties, through their successful move from psychedelia to rock in the seventies and on to the legendary status that the band holds today. The programme features new interviews with Francis Rossi, Rick Parfitt, John Coghlan, Andy Bown, John Edwards and more and is packed with classic live performances clips, archive photos and memorabilia illustrating the band's remarkable story and contains additional material not included in the broadcast version.
Release date: October 12, 2009
Running time: 243 mins approx.
Video: 1080i High Definition Widescreen 16x9 (1.78:1)
Audio: LPCM Stereo, Dolby Digital 5.1, DTS HD Master Audio