Track 1:
Mark Knopfler interviewed for Tina Turner special. Mark gave the hit Private Dancer to Tina for he come back album. Recorded early nineties.

Track 2:
Mark Knopfler interview, talking about soundtracks, Fender Stratocaster, Everly Brothers, Boby Dylan and Alchemy. Recorded in 1983.

Track 3:
USA radio program about The Notting Hillbillies. Mark Knopfler interview how he started the band and an announcement for a new Dire Straits tour. Recorded in 1990. Also an interview for the program "Off the wall", recorded in 1990.

Track 4:
Tomorrow's World, Mark Knopfler testing a new sort guiter that can teach you how the play the chords. Mark plays the Calling Elvis solo and some other stuff. Recorded om 28th April 1992.

Track 5:
Filming outside a venue where Dire Straits fans gather for a concert. Mark Knopfler interview, talking about the equipment they have with them and the fact that CD's should be much cheaper. Live shooting of Private Investigations and Sultans of Swing of the concert. Recorded in Sydney 1991.

Track 6:
Let it Be, video clip. Recorded for the tragic Zeebrugge Ferry disaster which happened on 6th March 1987. Mark Knopfler playing his black Pensa-Suhr on the video.

Track 7:
- MTV Video Music Awards 1986. Mark Knopfler received two awards: one for 'best group video' and one for 'best video of the year'. Both for Money for Nothing. Comment of Mark after his received his second award: "Cool bookends !" Recorded in New York, USA in 1987. 
- Facts on various artists including Brothers in Arms: "Achieved triple platinum status in 1986 for UK sales and has been in the album charts for 89 weeks."
- Robert Plant presenting an award to Mark Knopfler for the best British LP, recorded in 1987. Mark Knopfler looks very surprised when he has won because it's been two years after the release of the record. Also facts about artists at that moment: "Dire Straits completed an 18 month world-wide concert tour. Brothers in Arms has now sold more than two million copies in the UK including almost a quarter of a million CD's. The best succesful CD yet produced."
- UK promotion clip for the Money for Nothing greatest hits compilation album.

Track 8:
Extract from the Swan Hunter documentary with music from Mark Knopfler, including My claim to Fame. Broadcasted on 30th June 1994.


Additional comments:
This Video-CD has been made from various video recordings from 1983 to 1994. They are all not of very good quality, some black and white, but very interesting I think. Available on one CD-R.

Video-CD's can be played on DVD players or normal CD-ROM players using Windows Media Player. I can NOT play this Video-CD on my external Sony DVD player (DVP-NS705V). So I can only guarantee that it works on your PC CD-ROM drive!