The Jam About The Young Idea on Blu-Ray + DVD
About The Young Idea is the story of The Jam, a feature length documentary with substantial bonus features and a previously unreleased full length concert on a Blu-Ray/DVD two disc set. The live show includes ‘"Going Underground," "Dreams Of Children," "Modern World," "Start," "Strange Town," "When You're Young," "In The City," "The Eton Rifles," "Down In The Tube Station At Midnight," and more.
About The Young Idea charts The Jam's career from their formation in the early-70s, through the heady days of chart success and on to their break-up in 1982. The program features extensive, brand new interviews with Paul Weller, Bruce Foxton and Rick Buckler alongside archive performance footage and new contributions from fans, journalists and many involved in the band's career. The package contains About The Young Idea on Blu-Ray and When You're Young, The Jam's performance on famous German TV show Rockpalast from 1980 on DVD.
As bonus features, About The Young Idea includes not only additional interviews not included in the broadcast version transmitted by Sky Arts in September, but also four extra live tracks. Two were recorded at The Rainbow, London in 1979, namely, "It's Too Bad" and "Saturday's Kids." The set also includes performances of "The Modern World" and "The Eton Rifles" from a show at The Ritz, New York City, May 1981.
Released in conjunction with the About The Young Idea exhibition at Somerset House in London, and the recent best of CD of the same name, this title makes up the ultimate set for any fans of The Jam!