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Description of the book "British Invasion: Gerry & the Pacemakers - It's Gonna Be All Right, 1963-1965":With the exception of the Beatles themselves, no other group dominated the early years of the British Invasion like Gerry &- The Pacemakers. They were the first artists to have their first three singles top the British charts, and many of their songs are now beloved classics. Gerry &- The Pacemakers: It’s Gonna Be All Right 1963-1965 features 17 complete songs filmed between 1963 and 1965 and is the group's first official DVD release.
Included are the classic "How Do You Do It," "I Like It," and "I'm The One," timeless masterpieces "Ferry Cross The Mersey" and "Don't Let The Sun PDF Catch You Crying."
In between the performances Gerry Marsden talks about the songs and tells the band's history in a new interview filmed at the Cavern Club in Liverpool exclusively for the DVD. Also telling the story is Bill Harry, the founder of the original Mersey Beat newspaper in Liverpool that reported the birth of British rock as it was happening.
The DVD bonus section includes a new solo rendition of "Ferry Cross The Mersey" filmed at the Cavern Club as well as a history of Liverpool's Mersey Beat scene as told by Bill Harry.
This DVD is PDF one of the first four releases in the British Invasion series and is sold individually or as part of the British Invasion Boxset along with Herman's Hermits: Listen People 1964-1969, Small Faces: All Or Nothing 1965-1968, Dusty Springfield: Once Upon A Time 1964-1969, and a bonus disc with more than two and a half hours of additional content.
- A Shot Of Rhythm And Blues
- Dizzy Miss Lizzy
- Skinny Minnie
- How Do You Do It?
- I Like It
- You'll Never Walk Alone
- I'm The One
- It's Just Because
- Don't Let The Sun Catch You Crying
- Ferry Cross The Mersey
- It's Gonna Be All Right
- Why Oh PDF Why
- I'll Be There
- Gerry Marsden returns to the Cavern Club and sings "Ferry Cross The Mersey"
- Bill Harry Remembers: Liverpool and the Mersey Beat