Title: A Retrospective 1977-1984
Style: Prog Rock
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A Retrospective 1977-1984. A Retrospective 1977-1984.
Utopia (5) – A Retrospective 1977-1984. Label: BMG Video – 80053-9. The eight track is blasting out the new album Ra. You have just witnessed the most elaborate stage show Utopia ever produced. In the show a new format emerges, the music video. What would it have been like to have been inside the Utopian camp between the years 1977-1984? What rare footage would you compile and collect for posterity? We no need to dream about it.
A Retrospective 1977-1984. Utopia (/juːˈtoʊpiə/) is an ideal community or society possessing highly desirable or perfect qualities. The word was coined in Greek by Sir Thomas More for his 1516 book Utopia, describing a fictional island society in the Atlantic Ocean.
Utopia: A Retrospective 1977-1984. May 21, 1993 at 04:00 AM EDT. FB. Twitter. Todd Rundgren started messing around with video before MTV was a gleam in some media mogul’s eye, and you can see the early work he did for his band, Utopia, on Retrospective, including the Beatles homage I Just Want to Touch You. Rundgren shows great imagination but lousy technique, except for the later videos here. With the three clips devoted to his solo music on Ever Popular, however, he artfully combines special effects with his quirkily romantic style. Unfortunately, these videos are tacked on to a pretentious Q&A in which Rundgren’s thoughts are illustrated by surreal vidbits
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In addition to his work as a solo artist, Todd Rundgren also made a number of groundbreaking albums with the group Utopia. This video collects concert footage shot in 1977 of Rundgren, Roger Powell, Kasim Sulton, and John Wilcox performing material from their album Ra (showing off the group's then state-of-the-art laser-light show), as well as later studio-shot music videos directed by Rundgren himself. Songs include "Wouldn't Have Made Any Difference," "Love of the Common Man," "I Just Want to Touch You," "Cry Baby," and "Feet Don't. Adventures In Utopia/Deface the Music/Swing To the Right. Deface The Music Tour. SongMeanings is a place for discussion and discovery.
Utopia: Retrospective: 1977-1984. Availability: Out of stock. DVDs & Blu-ray include disc, cover art, and case. Bonus downloadable or promotional content may have already been redeemed.
|Magic Dragon Theatre|
|Love Of The Common Man|
|Wouldn't Have Made Any Difference|
|Set Me Free|
|You Make Me Crazy|
|I Just Want To Touch You|
|Love In Action|
|Just One Victory|
|Feet Don't Fail Me Now|
|80053-3||Utopia||A Retrospective 1977-1984 (VHS, Comp)||BMG Video||80053-3||US||1993|
|80053-6||Utopia||A Retrospective 1977-1984 (Laserdisc, 12", NTSC)||BMG Video||80053-6||US||1993|
|80053-9||Utopia||A Retrospective 1977-1984 (DVD-V, Multichannel, NTSC)||BMG Video||80053-9||US||2000|