Billy Fury became an overnight music sensation in the late 1950’s when his moody brand of rock & roll earned him the nickname of ‘Britain’s Elvis’. The Sound of Fury album was a landmark in British Rock & Roll history and this new programme highlights the importance of Billy Fury’s contribution to British popular music. Fury was Britain’s original teen idol and had more Top 40 hits than the Beatles during the 1960’s. Featuring interviews with Lord Puttnam, Amanda Barrie, Vince Eager, Len Goodman, Clem Cattini and Billy’s mum, Jean Wycherley.
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I thoroughly enjoyed watching this DVD and recommend to others that they watch it also. Very true to fact showing scenes from Billy's Recording Manager Chris Eley and friend Marty Wilde to name just a few would be silly as there are a lot of Well known people giving tributes to the great Billy Fury. A fantastic revue into his life even his mum chats about him. If you like Billy then you'll love this DVD.
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