Peter Gabriel ‎– CV

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E L M ‎– ELM V1046
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1 Big Time
Animation [Animators And Special Effects] – Bill Wright (6), David Daniels (5), Joe Castallano, Michael Sullivan (11), Peter Wallach (2), Rob Niosi, Robert Lyons (4), Spencer Cook, Susan Pitt, Tom McLaughlin (4), Wayne White (4)Film Director – Stephen R. Johnson*
2 Don't Give Up 2
Film Director – Jim BlashfieldVocals [Uncredited] – Kate Bush
3 Shock The Monkey
Film Director – Brian Grant (2)
4 Mercy Street
Film Director – Matt Mahurin
5 Sledgehammer
Animation – Arrdman Animation*, Brothers Quay, David Sproxton, Nick Park, Peter Lord (2), Richard GoleszowskiFilm Director – Stephen R. Johnson*
6 I Don't Remember
Film Director – Marcello Anciano
7 Red Rain
Film Director – Matt Mahurin
8 Don't Give Up 1
Film Director – Godley And Creme*Vocals [Uncredited] – Kate Bush

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© 1987 Real World Productions Limited.

Run time approx. 40 mins.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 6 001491 124859
  • Other (Cens. Cert. No.): DP4/18/3 (89/19)

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
VVD 241 Peter Gabriel CV(VHS, PAL) Virgin Music Video VVD 241 UK 1989 Sell This Version
50118-3, 50118-3-B Peter Gabriel CV(VHS, Comp, NTSC) Virgin Music Video, Virgin Music Video 50118-3, 50118-3-B US 1989 Sell This Version
L050-1115 Peter Gabriel CV(Laserdisc, 12", S/Sided, NTSC, CLV) Virgin Music Video L050-1115 Japan 1987 Sell This Version
083 790 3 Peter Gabriel CV(VHS, PAL, RE) 4Front Video, Virgin Music Video 083 790 3 UK & Europe Unknown Sell This Version
080 5121, Peter Gabriel CV(Laserdisc, 12", PAL) Polygram Music Video, Virgin Music Video 080 5121, UK 1987 Sell This Version

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March 18, 2005
edited over 12 years ago

CV (Compilation Video) is a collection of musician extraordinaire Peter Gabriel's promotional videos for his single releases between 1982 and 1989. Most of these went largely unnoticed until he unleashed "Sledgehammer" (taken off his most accessible and commercially successful album "So") onto an unsuspecting public in 1986... and dammit: What an amazing piece of work it is, finally garnering several awards along the way.

Equally fabulous is the loud and sarcastic video for "Big Time", taken from the same album, and other highlights being the insanity of "Shock The Monkey" and "I Don’t Remember", whilst the remainder are rather slow tracks with stylish but rather unassuming videos.

Observation: The 5-minute hug that is "Don't Give Up 1" consists of one single take.