Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
11 Great Videos/ List
Vincent A. Petraglia | New York City, USA | 02/24/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"1. Rock Me 5:12
2. Lady Re Light 3:59
3. Save Your Love 4:22
4. Once Bitten Twice Shy 4:32
5. Mista Bone 4:49
6. House of Broken Love 5:00
7. The Angel Song 4:49
8. Babe, I'm Gonna Leave You 7:07
9. Call It Rock N' Roll 3:56
10. Desert Moon 5:08
11. Lovin' Kind 4:41"
Worth The Money!
rudy figueroa | USA | 12/15/2002
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This DVD is worth the money spent! I enjoyed it and recomend it to all looking for good video & sound. The only down fall in this DVD is they edited Rock Me :( WHY? This is one of the best songs Great White ever made and to cut it short is sad! But as for the quality of the DVD I give it a high "9" BUY IT!"
Great White in the video era
Justin Gaines | Northern Virginia | 09/01/2008
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Great White's first DVD release - My...My...My... - may just be a reissue of the VHS version, but it still has everything a Great White fan could hope for in a video anthology. Great White was a band that was smart enough never to go high concept. You basically get a bunch of videos where the band rocks out with hot chicks (proof once more why the 80's RULED).
The main program:
This DVD features 11 Great White videos shown in chronological order. As far as I know, this is a complete collection of Great White videos. If the band made any videos for their debut or Shot in the Dark, or anything after Hooked, I've yet to see one. From the Once Bitten... album you get Rock Me (my introduction to this band), Lady Red Light and Save Your Love. From ...Twice Shy you get the smash hit Once Bitten Twice Shy, the inane Mista Bone, House of Broken Love and The Angel Song. There's a live, Unplugged version of Led Zeppelin's Babe, I'm Gonna Leave You followed by Call It Rock n' Roll, Desert Moon, and the brilliant Lovin' Kind from Hooked. Call It Rock n' Roll was actually directed by Michael Bay, though nothing blew up in the video.
The bonus material:
Unfortunately this DVD has nothing in the way of special features, unless you count the table of contents. You'd think the band/label could have tossed on some live or documentary footage.
If this DVD had some extra features I'd give it a full 5-star rating. It's still a great video anthology, and a must-have DVD release for Great White fans.