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Billy Fury: The Sound of Fury 2015 123movies

Billy Fury: The Sound of Fury 2015 123movies

Aug. 03, 201590 Min.
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Watch: Billy Fury: The Sound of Fury 2015 123movies, Full Movie Online – Billy Fury became an overnight sensation in the 1950s and The Sound of Fury, a landmark album in British Rock & Roll history. This new film recounts the story of Billy Fury and the birth of British popular music. Although it may have been inspired by Elvis and American R&B artists, Britain produced its own Rock and Roll heroes with the unique sound of Billy Fury, Marty Wilde, Cliff Richard, Joe Brown and many more great artists..
Plot: Billy Fury became an overnight sensation in the 1950`s and The Sound of Fury album, a landmark in British Rock & Roll history. This the story of Billy Fury and how his Sound of Fury album is now seen by many as the high water-mark of British Rock and Roll. Shot entirely in HD with unique and unseen archive and photos, this music documentary highlights Fury`s contribution to popular music and the reason why Britain`s original teen idol had more Top 40 hits than the Beatles during the 1960`s. Featuring exclusive home movie footage and interviews with Lord Puttnam, Amanda Barrie, Imelda May, Vince Eager, Len Goodman, Clem Cattini, Boz Boorer, Spencer Leigh, Billy`s mum, Jean Wycherley and many more; this is a must-see for Billy Fury and music lovers alike.
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Lengthy but Uninformative Documentary
Born Ronald Wycherley in 1940, Billy Fury came from a modest working class background in Liverpool, but soon displayed a talent for musicianship that got him noticed. He auditioned for manager Larry Parnes at a young age, and was immediately signed up to join other young singers in the stable, including Marty Wilde, Joe Brown, and Vince Eager.

At the outset it seemed as if Fury would be providing songs for other artists; but once Parnes had heard him perform, he realized that he had a new young talent on his hands. In the late Fifties and early Sixties Fury was catapulted to stardom with over twenty hit singles to his credit plus innumerable television appearances.

Fury’s star waned as rapidly as it had risen. By the mid-Sixties he was yesterday’s singer, and remained in comparative obscurity until he was asked to perform in David Puttnam’s THAT’LL BE THE DAY (1973). Thereafter he made sporadic appearances on television and in theaters until his early death at the age of 53.

Alan Byron’s documentary unearthed plenty of archival material of Fury’s performances, as well as interviews with the singer. Several of his contemporaries, including Eager, offered their reminiscences. Yet the piece as a whole remained curiously uninformative about Fury’s personality; apart from learning about the difference between his on- and offstage personae, and his fondness for animals, we learned little about him. There were some notable absentees from the roster of people reminiscing about the era – for example, Marty Wilde or Tommy Steele, both of whom are very much alive at the time of writing.

The program was also uncertain about its history. We learned a lot about the impact of rock ‘n roll on Fifties British culture, but unless you knew something about the period, you’d have imagined that Bill Haley and Billy Fury were contemporaries, which is certainly not the case historically.

The usual cohort of tele-celebs were wheeled on to contribute – Len Goodman, Mark Kermode, and an Irish rockabilly singer Imelda May. They did not offer much in the way of analysis, but then perhaps they were not expected to.

Review By: l_rawjalaurence
Lengthy but Uninformative Documentary
Born Ronald Wycherley in 1940, Billy Fury came from a modest working class background in Liverpool, but soon displayed a talent for musicianship that got him noticed. He auditioned for manager Larry Parnes at a young age, and was immediately signed up to join other young singers in the stable, including Marty Wilde, Joe Brown, and Vince Eager.

At the outset it seemed as if Fury would be providing songs for other artists; but once Parnes had heard him perform, he realized that he had a new young talent on his hands. In the late Fifties and early Sixties Fury was catapulted to stardom with over twenty hit singles to his credit plus innumerable television appearances.

Fury’s star waned as rapidly as it had risen. By the mid-Sixties he was yesterday’s singer, and remained in comparative obscurity until he was asked to perform in David Puttnam’s THAT’LL BE THE DAY (1973). Thereafter he made sporadic appearances on television and in theaters until his early death at the age of 53.

Alan Byron’s documentary unearthed plenty of archival material of Fury’s performances, as well as interviews with the singer. Several of his contemporaries, including Eager, offered their reminiscences. Yet the piece as a whole remained curiously uninformative about Fury’s personality; apart from learning about the difference between his on- and offstage personae, and his fondness for animals, we learned little about him. There were some notable absentees from the roster of people reminiscing about the era – for example, Marty Wilde or Tommy Steele, both of whom are very much alive at the time of writing.

The program was also uncertain about its history. We learned a lot about the impact of rock ‘n roll on Fifties British culture, but unless you knew something about the period, you’d have imagined that Bill Haley and Billy Fury were contemporaries, which is certainly not the case historically.

The usual cohort of tele-celebs were wheeled on to contribute – Len Goodman, Mark Kermode, and an Irish rockabilly singer Imelda May. They did not offer much in the way of analysis, but then perhaps they were not expected to.

Review By: l_rawjalaurence

Other Information:

Original Title Billy Fury: The Sound of Fury
Release Date 2015-08-03
Release Year 2015

Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 25 min (85 min)
Budget 0
Revenue 0
Status Released
Rated N/A
Genre Documentary, Music
Director Alan Byron, Mark Sloper
Writer Alan Byron, Chris Eley
Actors Amanda Barrie, Boz Boorer, Joe Brown
Country United Kingdom
Awards N/A
Production Company N/A
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Aspect Ratio 16:9 HD
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Original title Billy Fury: The Sound of Fury

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