Artist The Notting Hillbillies & Dire Straits
Venue Shepherd's Bush Empire, London, UK
Date 24th July 2002
Source Audience
Format 1DVD+R
  1. Calling Elvis
  2. Run me down
  3. Your own sweet way
  4. Railroad worksong
  5. Are we in trouble now
  6. Quality shoe
  7. Hobo's lullaby
  8. Can't be satisfied
  9. Feel like going home
  10. Setting me up
  11. Walk of life
  12. What it is
  13. Romeo and Juliet
  14. Sultans of swing
  15. Olé, olé
  16. Baloney again
  17. Why aye man
  18. So far away
  19. Going home
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Additional comments DVD-Video containing the second charity concert from the July 2002 series on behalf of Teenage Cancer Trust by the Mark Knopfler & Friends band: The Notting Hillbillies for the first part of the gig, then Dire Straits (with John Illsley and Chris White) for the second half where Jimmy Nail came on stage for backing vocals on Why aye man, Money for nothing and So far away. Unfortunately, two songs are missing on this DVD: Brothers in arms and Money for nothing (a complete version of this concert can be found on the DVD A Straits thing). Apart from that, a very interesting concert with some nice arrangements on What it is, Romeo and Juliet, Baloney again, and including new songs Quality shoe and Why aye man from The ragpicker's dream album. Great to hear also the Dire Straits sound back again! Filmed from the centre, a bit to the back but with very nice close-ups. Including nice menus.