Mike and the Mechanics and Paul Carrack: Live at Shepherds Bush Trailer

Mike and the Mechanics and Paul Carrack: Live at Shepherds Bush Trailer (2005)

08 March 2005 Music 77 mins

Mike and the Mechanics and Paul Carrack - Live at Shepherds Bush, London movie was released Mar 08, 2005 by the RED Distribution studio. Filmed on September 7, 2004 at Shepherd's Bush in London, Mike + the Mechanics take the stage with a mix of new recordings from their 2004 album "Rewired," along with many of their classics from their original 1985-1995 run. Mike and the Mechanics and Paul Carrack - Live at Shepherds Bush, London video Bonus DVD features include an interview, promo videos, another Cup of Coffee, A Beggar on a Beach of Old, Over My Shoulder, Word of Mouth, Living Years, Silent Running.

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Cast

Mike Rutherford

as Guitar, Vocals

Paul Carrack

as Vocals

Crew

International Releases Dates

United Kingdom 08 March 2005

Production Companies

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