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Al Green. Each scene is punctuated by the sounds of legendary groups including the Stones, Pink Floyd and the Grateful Dead. Even though he acknowledges that they have given way to the blander effusions of today, he constantly uses music as a symbol of pagan ecstasy.
All this is clearly articulated in Trevor Nunn's excellent production, in which the scenes are spliced with exultant rock. And the other great virtue of the production is that allows ample scope for each intellectual viewpoint.
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Rock'n'Roll, a third of the length, and delivered in fragmentary scenes, is more immediate, more focused and more contradictory. There are snags. Robert Jones's design is perfunctory: a dull wall with a sluggish creeper for a don's garden; lots of books for a don's sitting-room; hideous stained concrete for a Prague exterior.
Everything moves too slowly. But if it doesn't yet rock, it's still full of fascination. The playwright, the English knight, has spoken of his central character, Jan, as offering 'a sort of shadow life of my own life', as being the person he might have been had he not been taken from his birthplace in Czechoslovakia as a baby.
He has a polar opposite in a Cambridge Marxist, a passionate, unrepentant supporter of the Soviet Union, played by Brian Cox in a baffling uninflected roar. You don't have to be familiar with the autobiographical background to recognise Stoppard's involvement with the character of Jan: elusive, subtle and realised by Rupert Sewell in what must be one of his best ever performances; he looks both donnish and dashing, but also a bit damp around the edges, as if he's spent too much time obsessing over LPs in his cramped apartment.
But the actual heroes are the unseen creators of the music that punctuates the play with ironies the final number is 'You Got Me Rockin' from the Stones' No Security and with gusts of pleasure. Packaging should be the same as what is found in a retail store, unless the item is handmade or was packaged by the manufacturer in non-retail packaging, such as an unprinted box or plastic bag.
See details for additional description. Skip to main content. The listing you're looking for has ended. View original item.Aug 20, · Little Richard's releases for the Specialty label are one of the greatest treasure troves of early rock n' roll. The kind of wild excitement he manages to create on a song like Keep On Knockin' is matched perhaps by several releases by Jerry Lee Lewis and Chuck Berry but very few others, if any. Whatever merits Elvis Presley's Sun singles have, they sound laid-back compared to Little Richard /5(10).