FORMAT: PAL REGION: 0
COLOUR RUNNING TIME: 90 MINS.
REVIEW: Through the power of television, Ricky Nelson became one of the first artists that audiences saw and heard simultaneously. He would perform a song at the end of every show. Rock ‘n’ roll was considered salacious and scandalous in the mainstream 50’s, and weekly the “nice Nelson boy” smuggled it into living rooms and made it acceptable to parents. Consequently teenagers had far greater access to rock ‘n’ roll than they ever would have had, arguably Ricky Nelson’s most important contribution to music. (This is the DVD version of the two videos that were released several years ago).
TRACK LISTING: (Actual track listing. Note track listing on DVD jacket incorrect) Hello Mary Lou / You Are The Only One / I’m Walkin’ / Waitin’ In School / I Got A Feelin’ / Never Be Anyone Else But You / Believe What You Say / Fools Rush In / It’s Late / Teenage Idol / My Bucket’s Got A Hole In It / Lonesome Town / You Just Tear Me Up / Travelin’ Man / Everlovin’ / Young World / Tryin’ To Get To You / It’s Up To You / It’s Up To You / One Of These Mornings / Mighty Good / Just A Little Too Much / I’m Not Afraid / String Along / The Very Thought Of You / Say You Love Me / Try To Remember.