Distributor Put Off Jagger's DVD



A DVD featuring musical performances from "The Dick Cavett Show" is postponed by two weeks to August 16 relesae

Distributor has been forced to put off a DVD featuring musical performances from "The Dick Cavett Show" by two weeks to August 16 release because Mick Jagger has not yet given an OK. That's because he has allowed archival label Shout! Factory to include performances of "Brown Sugar" and "Street Fighting Man" filmed during a July 25, 1972 performance at Madison Square Garden in New York, and two backstage interviews he did with Cavett.

"The Dick Cavett Show," which was ran from 1969 to 1975, mixed lively debate on topical issues like Vietnam and women's rights with celebrity interviews and musical performances. Some famous take part in the segment, among others David Bowie, Stevie Wonder, Paul Simon, Janis Joplin and George Harrison.

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