The JamDVD - 2006
"During the late seventies and early eighties The Jam were the biggest band in Britain with an unforgettable string of hit singles. This is the long awaited critical review of The Jam which draws upon rare footage of the band, previously unavailable on DVD, live at the Reading Festival, in performance in Germany and from British TV appearances from Top of the Pops and The Tube, to produce the first comprehesive, independent critcal review of the work of this iconic band. Features highlights from: Town Called Malice, In The City, All Around The World, The Modern World, A Bomb In Wardour Street, David Watts, Down The Tube Station At Midnight, Eton Rifles, Going Underground, That's Entertainment and more."--Container.
Publisher: [United Kingdom] : Music Reviews, 2006
Branch Call Number: DVD 781.66 J271
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (74 min.) : Dolby Surround digital sd, col. ; 12 cm
Alternative Title: Jam [videorecording (DVD)] : punk icons