Limited edition deluxe 10"x10" hard-back coffee table book edition includes both standard and Blu-ray DVD versions of the feature-length documentary There Must Be A Place housed in a lavish and extensive 96 page book detailing a photographic history of Runrig. Following their 45-year career; their ups and downs, twists and turns, tears of joy and heartbreak. Charting the unlikely rise of a band of friends who would go on to become Scotland's own House Band. Directed by Jack Cocker and packed with never- before-seen footage and photographs from the band's private archives and a wealth of exclusive extras. In 1973, two brothers and a friend from the Scottish island of Skye formed a ceilidh dance band. From those humble beginnings, they would go on to tour the world, release a string of hit records and touch the hearts of millions of fans. Inspired by the language and history of the Western Isles, Runrig took Gaelic culture from the dance halls of the Highlands to massive arenas around the world providing the soundtrack to an era when Scotland rediscovered it's roots and it's confidence. In 2018, after a 45 year career, Runrig brought it all to a close. For a band renowned for their live shows, The Last Dance proved to be the gig to end them all: 50,000 fans singing, celebrating, crying, dancing out their memories in a field - in the shadow of Stirling's historic Castle. All region
Limited edition deluxe 10"x10" hard-back coffee table book edition includes both standard and Blu-ray DVD versions of the feature-length documentary There Must Be A Place housed in a lavish and extensive 96 page book detailing a photographic history of Runrig. Following their 45-year career; their ups and downs, twists and turns, tears of joy and heartbreak. Charting the unlikely rise of a band of friends who would go on to become Scotland's own House Band. Directed by Jack Cocker and packed with never- before-seen footage and photographs from the band's private archives and a wealth of exclusive extras. In 1973, two brothers and a friend from the Scottish island of Skye formed a ceilidh dance band. From those humble beginnings, they would go on to tour the world, release a string of hit records and touch the hearts of millions of fans. Inspired by the language and history of the Western Isles, Runrig took Gaelic culture from the dance halls of the Highlands to massive arenas around the world providing the soundtrack to an era when Scotland rediscovered it's roots and it's confidence. In 2018, after a 45 year career, Runrig brought it all to a close. For a band renowned for their live shows, The Last Dance proved to be the gig to end them all: 50,000 fans singing, celebrating, crying, dancing out their memories in a field - in the shadow of Stirling's historic Castle. All region
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Format: CD
Label: CHERRY RED
Rel. Date: 11/05/2021
UPC: 5013929790728

There Must Be A Place (W/Dvd) [Deluxe] [Limited Edition] (Wbr)
Artist: Runrig
Format: CD
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Limited edition deluxe 10"x10" hard-back coffee table book edition includes both standard and Blu-ray DVD versions of the feature-length documentary There Must Be A Place housed in a lavish and extensive 96 page book detailing a photographic history of Runrig. Following their 45-year career; their ups and downs, twists and turns, tears of joy and heartbreak. Charting the unlikely rise of a band of friends who would go on to become Scotland's own House Band. Directed by Jack Cocker and packed with never- before-seen footage and photographs from the band's private archives and a wealth of exclusive extras. In 1973, two brothers and a friend from the Scottish island of Skye formed a ceilidh dance band. From those humble beginnings, they would go on to tour the world, release a string of hit records and touch the hearts of millions of fans. Inspired by the language and history of the Western Isles, Runrig took Gaelic culture from the dance halls of the Highlands to massive arenas around the world providing the soundtrack to an era when Scotland rediscovered it's roots and it's confidence. In 2018, after a 45 year career, Runrig brought it all to a close. For a band renowned for their live shows, The Last Dance proved to be the gig to end them all: 50,000 fans singing, celebrating, crying, dancing out their memories in a field - in the shadow of Stirling's historic Castle. All region