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The Clash - Westway To The World album

The Clash - Westway To The World album
Performer: The Clash
Title: Westway To The World
Genre: Rock
Style:Punk
Released: 2000
MP3 album szie: 1702 mb
FLAC album size: 1684 mb

A 2000 documentary film about the British punk rock band The Clash. In 2003 it won the Grammy Award for Best Long Form Music Video. The Clash (US Version)/London Calling/Combat Rock (3 Pak). SME (от лица компании "Sony BMG Music UK"); LatinAutor - UMPG, LatinAutor, CMRRA, UBEM, UMPG Publishing, UMPI" и другие авторские общества (4).

Although The Clash: Westway to the World ostensibly provides an overview of the band's history, the film implies that The Clash broke up in 1983 when Mick Jones left the band, making no mention of the post-Jones version of the band that existed between 1983 and 1986, nor the album that iteration produced (Cut the Crap). Danny Garcia's 2012 documentary film The Rise and Fall of The Clash covers this period in some depth, placing an emphasis on the band's declining years and the repercussions of Mick Jones' ouster

The Clash: Westway to the World. Redirected from Westway to the World). The Clash: Westway to the World is a 2000 documentary film about the British punk rock band The Clash. In 2003 it won the Grammy Award for Best Long Form Music Video

Westway to the World" is the only full, unexpurgated story of one of Rock music's legendary acts. The Clash were the band who made Punk real, they were the last great British Rock'n Roll band, they were the coolest, the most political, the most eclectic and most thrilling of the Punk bands. Blasting away from the parochial concerns of the London Punk scene of the late 1970's, the Clash explored and expanded musical boundaries like no act before, or since. For seven years they set the agenda for future generations of Rock bands

From Here to Eternity: Live is a live album by English punk rock band The Clash. It was released on 4 October 1999 through Epic Records. The songs were recorded at different shows. Some of the recordings featured also appear in the film Rude Boy. "London's Burning", "What's My Name" and "I Fought the Law" were instrumentally overdubbed to repair some technical deficiencies of the original live recording. All tracks written by Joe Strummer and Mick Jones, except where noted. Mick Jones - guitar, vocals.

The Clash is the eponymous debut studio album by English punk rock band the Clash. It was released on 8 April 1977, through CBS Records and it is widely celebrated as one of the greatest punk albums of all time. Most of the album was conceived on the 18th floor of a high rise on Londons Harrow Road, in a flat that was rented by Mick Joness grandmother. The album was recorded over three sessions at CBS Studio 3 in February 1977. By the third of these sessions the album was recorded and mixed to completion, the cover artwork was designed by Polish artist Rosław Szaybo. In 1997, he travelled to Jamaica to direct Dancehall Queen and his film Westway to the World won a Grammy Award in 2003. Don Letts at the Internet Movie Database Don Letts Culture Clash Radio at BBC Programmes Don Letts Homepage.

The Clash: Westway to the World is a 2000 documentary film about the British punk rock band The Clash  . an overview of the band's history, the film implies that The Clash broke up in 1983 when Mick Jones left the band, making no mention of the post-Jones version of the band that existed between 1983 and 1986, nor the album that iteration produced. Danny Garcia's 2012 documentary film

The Clash: Westway to the World (2000 Video). Showing all 1 win and 0 nominations. Best Long Form Music Video Don Letts (video director). Getting Started Contributor Zone .

Starring: Terry Chimes, Mick Jones, Joe Strummer and others. A 2000 documentary film about the British punk rock band The Clash. In 2003 it won the Grammy Awards for the best long form music video. Directed by Don Letts, the film combines old footage from the band's personal collection filmed in 1982 when The Clash went to New York with new interviews conducted for the film by Mal Peachey of members Mick Jones, Paul Simonon, Topper Headon, and Joe Strummer and other people associated with the group.