22 Jul 2007
Deeply Vale Festivals - The DVD 
A new dvd out 28 July 2007 will chronicle the history of the Deeply Vale Festival. The running time is approximately 220 mins and the content is spread over three main parts. The dvd comes with an in-depth booklet on the festival as well as all the film footage listed below.

It will be available priced 17.99 GBP from:

Ozit Morpheus Records
PO Box 116
Northwich
Cheshire CW9 5UG

Telephone orders (Switch, Maestro, Mastercard, Visa accepted) on 01565 734066 or 01565 734577

Email orders to ozitrecords@which.net

Full running order
Part One: Deeper Deeply Vale

Music, performances and rare video from:
Mick Middles' memories Part One
Misty In Roots - Six One Penny
Here and Now - What You see is What You are
Spizz Energi - Medley
Wilful Damage - Punk Space Rock
The Fall - intro by Marc Riley / Bingo Masters Break Out inc video comments from Mark E Smith
Tractor - Watching White Stars
Guitar George Borowski - This is not love
Ruts - Jah Wars
Nik Turner - Anubis plus Interview
Pete Farrow - Fixin to Die
Trevor Hyett - You just can't make it by yourself
Tony Crabtree - God Damn It We're All Gonna Die
Body - Brave New World
Danny and The Dressmakers - Ernie Bishop's Dead Body
Mick Middles' memories - Part Two
Steve Hillage - Searching for the Spark
David Bacha and DJ Foggy - Beautiful Friday Night
Accident on the East Lancs - We Want it Legalised
Fast Cars - Who loves Jimmy Anderton
The Trend - The Cookie Flow
Unknown artist 1
Dave Smith's on stage speech
Unknown artist 2
Unknown artist 3
Alchemist
Foreign Press - Downpour
Rivington Spyke - Poetry
Unknown artist 4
Elti Fits - Rebel Rebel

[wherever possible, audio soundtracks and film and stills from the actual festival have been used for each artist]

Part Two: Truly Madly Deeply Vale: 49 min documentary
Including original footage and interviews with:
Jimi Goodwin - Doves
Mark E Smith
Chris Hewitt - one of the festival organisers
Vini Reilly - The Durutti Column
Andy McCluskey - OMD
Jim Milne - Tractor
Steve Clayton - Tractor
Graham Massey - 808 State
Grant Showbiz
Steve Hillage
Alan Hempsall - Crispy Ambulance
Luke Bainbridge - Observer Music Monthly
Stuart and Steve Murray - Fast Cars

Part Three: Interview extras

Steve Cowen - Mock Turtles
Mark E Smith - around twenty minutes of classic Mark E Smith talking about Deeply Vale and The Fall
Jimi Goodwin - Doves
Vini Reilly - The Durutti Column
Andy McCluskey - OMD
Luke Bainbridge - Observer Music Monthly
Graham Massey (Biting Tongues, 808 State)

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