Giants, legends, greats - whatever you call the artists collected on this third 'Later' DVD - they all undeniably belong in popular music's top drawer. While 'Later' prides itself on surfing the moment and capturing the arrival of major new talent, the show also delights in making the past present again. When Al Green magically revisits one of his classic 70s hits, 'How Can You mend A Broken heart?', time doesn't so much rewind as stop. Often there's an added poignancy to watching artists like Solomon Burke or Steve Winwood taking repossession of songs that made them in their youth, songs from decades back that they reawaken before their eyes. The fascination of these performances is that they show the journey that an artist and a song can make together over time, journeys in which they can find new ways of understanding each other. Pop music and maturity don't always go very well together but watch Dusty or Willie or Leonard Cohen on this DVD and you'll fin yourself agreeing with Jools that sometimes talent - like fine wine - just gets better with age.
Tracklisting: 1. Paul McCartney - Brown Eyed Handsome Man 2. Joe Strummer - London Calling 3. Johnny Cash - Folsom Prison Blues 4. The Pretenders - Kid 5. Dr John - Creole Moon 6. Bryan Ferry - Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow? 7. Georgie Fame - Yeh Yeh 8. Patti Smith - Because The Night 9. Leonard Cohen - Dance Me To The End Of Love 10. Paul Weller - A Town Called Malice 11. Al Green - How Can You Mend A Broken Heart 12. Ronnie Spector & Divine Comedy - Don't Worry Baby 13. Willie Nelson - She Is Gone 14. Elvis Costello - (I Don't Want To Go To) Chelsea 15. Dusty Springfield - Where Is A Woman To Go 16. Robbie Williams - Suspicious Minds 17. Solomon Burke - Cry To Me 18. Tom Jones - Crazy Arms 19. Jeff Beck - Brush With The Blues 20. Page & Plant - Gallows Pole 21. Pete Townshend - Magic Bus 22. Bo Diddley - Bo Diddley Is Crazy 23. B