1 hr. 45 min.
Performing live the band plays “Too Much Too Young,” “Womankind,” “The Way That I Live,” “Don’t Confuse Sex With Love,” “Sail Away” and more. Fronted by the charismatic Toby Jepson, Little Angels were one of the most fondly-remembered hard rocking bands of the early 1990s. They were always at their best in a live environment, and this show, sees them absolutely in their element, whipping a rabid crowd up in their inimitable style, featuring – unusual for a Hard Rock combo – a brass section which adds drive and colour to the guitar fireworks and fist-in-the-air choral hooks. Containing rabble-rousing monsters UK chart hit singles.
Jam On Film includes live footage from their Leeds concert on 23rd June 1993 as well as new interviews with the band and lots of behind the scenes footage and interaction with their fans. Songs included are Too Much Too Young, Womankind, The way That I Live, Don’t Confuse Sex With Love, Splendid Isolation, Boneyard, Soapbox, Sail Away, I Was Not Wrong and Eyes Wide Open as well as Makin’ Jam documentary on the recording of the album.
Format: VHS (087 776-3)
Too Much Too Young (Promo Clip)
Womankind (Promo Clip)
The Way That I Live (Live)
Don’t Confuse Sex With Love (Live)
Splendid Isolation (Live)
Soapbox (Promo Clip)
Sail Away (Promo Clip)
Sail Away (Live)
I Was Not Wrong (Live)
Eyes Wide Open (Live)
Too Much Too Young (Live)
made the hairs on the back of my neck stand up through out that, loved that band so much, Mike Lee was a pure genius of drummer, my all time favourite. great video.
Little Angles forever rock n roll…
AMAZING. Just as brilliant as I remember when I was there all those years ago. Scarborough’s finest. love this.
One of the greatest British rock bands.. my teen heroes and one of the 1st bands j ever see live.. 6 times to be exact. Love em forever long live little angels!
Did this band ever make it over to America?I can see a band like this opening for for some one like kiss.They should be one of the first bands on Simmons records. Lead singer is Toby Jepson. 2 brothers in the band are the Dickinsons. Lead guitar is Bruce, Jimmy is on keys
awesome, I saw them live back in the day, this brought back great memories