Carpenters - Gold Greatest Hits (2002) [DVD5]

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Carpenters - Gold Greatest Hits (2002) [DVD5] | 3.25 GB
Year of manufacture: April 2002
Country: EU /US | Duration: 0:55:10 | Quality: DVD5
Format: DVD Video | Video codec: MPEG2 | Video: PAL 4:3 (720x576) VBR
Audio Codec: AC3 | Audio: Dolby AC3, 2 ch, 224Kbps
Genre: Music Video / Pop / Label: A&M Records

In April 1986, Datchler, Nocito and Hayes released the first Johnny Hates Jazz single, "Me and My Foolish Heart", on RAK Records. It was not a commercial success, but gained substantial airplay and was Sounds magazine's record of the week. Datchler began writing new songs which included "Shattered Dreams" which was released in March 1987 and became a top 5 hit in the UK. It was followed by three other worldwide hits, "I Don't Want to Be a Hero", "Turn Back the Clock" (featuring Kim Wilde on backing vocals) and "Heart of Gold".[9] In 1988, "Shattered Dreams" reached No. 2 on the US Billboard Hot 100. That same year, their album, Turn Back the Clock, entered the UK Albums Chart at No. 1, selling four million copies. At the end of 1987, JHJ made two music videos with director David Fincher. The videos were for the US releases of "Shattered Dreams" and "Heart of Gold". Datchler left the band at the end of 1988. Hayes and Nocito continued the band, and replaced Datchler with their friend Phil Thornalley, a Grammy Award-winning engineer and record producer and a former bass player for The Cure. The new line-up released a second album, Tall Stories, in 1991. However, the album was unsuccessful and the band dissolved the next year.
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