1. Electric Lady2. Gasoline Alley3. Set Me Free4. Superstar5. The Rose6. The Runaway7. Fool If You Think It's Over8. Don't Cry Out Loud9. Lilac Wine10. Nights In White Satin11. He Moves Me12. Groom's Still Waiting At The Altar13. Try Harder14. Roadhouse Blues15. Baby, What You Want Me To Do16. Out Of The Rain17. We've Got Tonight18. Sunshine After The Rain19. No More The Fool20. The Brighter Side21. Travelin' Light 22. Pearl's A SingerBonus Feature:Backstage With The Band - presents an exclusive insight into the Classic T Stage recording session with backstage footage, spontaneous jam sessions and profiles on the musicians involved.Special Guests:Rick Wakeman - Keyboards, Martin Taylor - Guitar, Humphrey Lyttelton - Trumpet, Sarah Jory - Steel GuitarArtists:Elkie Brooks - vocals, Jean Roussel - Keys, Geoff Whitehorn - Guitar, Mike Richardson - Drums, Brian Badhams - Bass, Steve Jones - Saxophone, Lee Noble - Backing VocalsElkie Brooks' Pearls is an intimate look at one of Britain's finest female singers at work performing with a band comprised of great friends and world class musicians. During Elkie Brooks' 2005 Tour, her band visited Classic T Stage, located at Shepperton Film Studios to perform live in session and record as the cameras roll. The session, filmed over several days, captures Elkie Brooks re-recording many of her greatest hits and a collection of new material.Elkie Brooks' singing style has successfully embraced pop, rock, ballads, blues and jazz, with a career spanning 4 decades. The powerful, warm and unquestionably fantastic voice of Elkie Brooks continues to produce a high output of quality new material as she shows no sign of slowing down. Along with her band she tours continuously, entertaining a brand new generation of fans as well as serving as a timely reminder of her quality music to her original admirers. In 1977 it was announced that Elkie was the biggest-selling female album artist in the history of the British pop charts. Elkie's many hit singles have endured to the present day, with pop standards like 'Don't Cry Out Loud', 'Sunshine After The Rain', 'Pearl's A Singer', 'Lilac Wine', 'Fool If You Think It's Over' and 'No More The Fool' still garnering airplay more than two decades after their original release.