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Description: 01.Good Morning; 02.Say Goodbye; 03.Little Broken Hearts; 04.She's 22; 05.Take It Back; 06.After The Fall; 07.4 Broken Hearts; 08.Travelin' On; 09.Out On The Road; 10.Happy Pills; 11.Miriam; 12.All A Dream; 13.Don't Know Why; 14.Sunrise; 15.It's Gonna Be; 16.Come Away With Me; 17.Stuck Additional Live On Letterman: 18. Satisfied Pills
Description: Simply Red are one of the most successful British acts of all time with global album sales in excess of 50 million. Both the band and Mick Hucknall as a solo artist have been frequent visitors to Montreux across their 25 year career. This concert, filmed on July 15th 2003, was part of the tour in help of their multi-platinum album Home. It details few tracks from that album, including many of their largest hits and greatest loved album tracks. It s a typically polished and sparkling Simply Red performance with Mick Hucknall in perfect voice and the band in fine form
Description: Recorded in 1992, this unforgettable performance details Mariah backed by an all-star band in the most intimate of settings. Included are the #1 hits "Emotions", "Someday" and the Jackson 5 classic "I'll Be There" featuring Trey Lorenz. Recorded at Kaufman Astoria Studios, Fresh York on 16 March 1992.
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Description: Variety of star and character-actor cameos and a message about the Tons Club (a show-business charity) are woven into a framework about two hopeful young ladies who come to Hollywood, exchange identities, and cause comic confusion (with slapstick interludes) throughout the Paramount studio.
Description: The Velvet Underground decided to call it quits in 1970, and the last thing anyone expected was to hear from them again. When the Velvets announced plans for a reunion tour in Europe, opening for U2 on choose dates there, expectations of a U.S. tour rose to a fever pitch. Tragically the Velvets broke up once again before reaching the states. The Velvet Underground reunion may never have reached America, but as live DVDs go, Live MCMXCIII stands as a fitting tribute to both Morrison and the legacy of The Velvet Underground. Track Listings: Venus in Furs White Light/White Heat Beginning to See the Light Some Kinda Love Femme Fatale Hey Mr. Rain I'm Sticking With You I Heard Her Call My Name I'll Be Your Mirror Rock N'Roll Sweet Jane I'm Waiting for the Boy Heroin Pale Blue Eyes Coyote
Description: The storyline is set in southern Italy and recounts the tragedy of Canio, the lead clown (or pagliaccio in Italian) in a commedia dell'arte troupe, his wife Nedda, and her lover, Silvio. When Nedda spurns the advances of Tonio, other user in the troupe, he says Canio about Nedda's betrayal. In a jealous rage Canio murders both Nedda and Silvio. Although Leoncavallo's opera was originally set in the late 1860's, Zeffirelli's production is modernized to the period between Globe Fight I and Globe Fight II.
Description: Live at the Royal Albert Hall is a live album by Emerson, Lake & Palmer. It was recorded at a present at the Royal Albert Hall during the Black Moon tour in October 1992. Highlights of the album contain a 9 minute outfreakage of "Tarkus", the song "Black Moon", and "Finale", which is a three song medley.
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Description: Zalvation: Live In The 21st Century is a live album that was released in 2006, the album served as a The Sensational Alex Harvey Band reunion. This was the first live album (second overall) to be made without Alex Harvey, the another album produced without Alex Harvey being the band's eighth studio album, Fourplay. Despite the death of Alex Harvey in 1982, this album details Maximum Maxwell on vocals, and also sees the return of Hugh McKenna to the band. His last appearance being on the Fourplay album, where he took over on vocals. The album not only served as a reunion tour, but also a farewell tour, but after the success of touring, the band decided to continue.
Description: Threshold are one of the leading lights of the progressive metal scene. Actually celebrating twenty years together, Threshold continue to create strong and innovative rock melody both on record and on stage. 1.- Phenomenon 2.- Oceanbound 3.- Choices 4.- Angels 5.- Falling Away 6.- Virtual Isolation 7.- Innocent 8.- Long Method Home 9.- Fragmentation 10.- Clear 11.- Lifeflow 12.- Narcissus 13.- Sunseeker 14.- The Latent Gene 15.- Light And Space 16.- Sunrise On Mars 17.- Paradox 18.- Sanity's End
Description: Songs for Drella is a idea album by Lou Reed and John Cale, both formerly of The Velvet Underground, and is dedicated to the memory of Andy Warhol, their mentor, who had died unexpectedly in 1987. Drella was a nick for Warhol coined by Warhol Superstar Ondine, a contraction of Dracula and Cinderella, used by Warhol's crowd. The song cycle focuses on Warhol's interpersonal relations and experiences, with songs falling roughly into three categories: Warhol's first-person perspective (which makes up the vast majority of the album), third-person narratives chronicling happenings and affairs, and first-person commentaries on Warhol by Reed and Cale themselves. The songs on the album are, to some extent, in chronological order.
Description: Released in 2003, it documents the November 12, 2001 present by the band at the 013 Club, Tilburg, Netherlands. The present was part of the tour to help the band's second studio album, Bridge Across Forever. In keeping with the tradition of covering a classic progressive rock epic on every release, Live In Europe details the band running through The Beatles' Abbey Street medley as part of the intentionally Beatle-esque "Suite Charlotte Pike." Rather than being a straight cover version, every section of "Suite Charlotte Pike" is juxtaposed with a section of the Abbey Street medley.
Description: Live is a live performance by Sunny Day True Estate. Recoded on the How it Feels to Be Something On tour on May 26, 1999, in Eugene, OR and released in the same year through Sub Pop. The VHS included the promotion melody videos for "Seven" and "In Circles" Set list: "Pillars" – 5:01 "Guitar and Video Games" – 4:18 "The Blankets Were the Stairs" – 5:48 "100 Million" – 5:37 "Every Shining Time You Arrive" – 4:31 "Song About an Angel" – 6:21 "The Prophet" – 6:02 "J'Nuh" – 5:48 "Rodeo Jones" – 5:08 "In Circles" – 5:00 "Days Were Golden" – 8:42
Description: Extremely limited eight disc (seven CDs plus NTSC/Region 0 DVD) collection of rare recordings from the Irish rockers. This release is collated from all of the BBC owned Lizzy recordings that still exist in the archive and charts the inexorable rise of the band: from the first steps as a three piece on the Decca label, to the glory days as one of the best live acts of all time. This collection brings together a raft of sessions and live recordings form throughout the band's career including the last concert with Phil Lynott from the Reading festival in 1983. Included also is a DVD of the bands sought after appearances on Top of the Pops and the Old Grey Whistle Use a well as concerts from throughout the band's career. This is a first for the band as these recordings have never been accessible in one zone before. With comprehensive notes by Classic Rock's Malcolm Dome who says the storyline of the bands history at the BBC. Universal.
Description: This is the first DVD in the discography of Pain, the brainchild of Peter Tägtgren, popular musician and multi-instrumentalist (Pain, Hypocrisy, The Abyss) and producer (Dimmu Borgir, Dark Funeral, Amon Amarth, Marduk, Ragnarok, and many more)! It details two great, energetic shows played at Metalmania 2005 and at Cracow TV Studio, covering Pain's entire discography. Pain - Life is Overrated video It also contains Peter Tgtgren's special ver of the Beatles' "Eleanor Rigby"! Premium features: bootleg from Tavastia Club in Helsinki Finland, 7 videoclips, interview with Peter, biography, discography, image gallery, downloadable desktop images, and weblinks.
Description: Lee Ritenour is one of the world's most renowned jazz guitarists. Initially performing and recording as a sideman with the likes of The Mamas And The Papas, Tony Bennett, Steely Dan, Pink Floyd and Dizzy Gillespie, since 1976 he has been a major solo artist with over 30 albums to his credit. Overtime was filmed in high definition in Enterprise Studios, Burbank in front of a tiny audience and is a career retrospective of this extraordinary guitarist in which he is accompanied by some of his many collaborators down the years. The concert is split into four distinct sections. The tool begins with acoustic jazz and then moves into Brazilian music, followed by Lee's early fusion melody and concludes with a set of his most famous tracks from more newest albums. Interviews with the participants are interspersed between the live performances.
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Description: Produced by Frank Zappa in 1982, The Dub Room Unique combines footage from a performance at the KCET studios in Los Angeles on August 27, 1974, a concert performed at The Palladium, NYC on October 31, 1981, some clay animation by Bruce Bickford, and few interviews. Previously only accessible through mail-order, it was made widely accessible on DVD on October 17, 2005.
Description: Lou Reed is one of the most influential artists of the rock era. From his days in the sixties as the main singer and songwriter of the Velvet Underground and through his mercurial solo career he has kept his audience and the critics on their toes with dramatic changes of musical direction from album to album. Underpinning everything however has been his unquestionable ability as a songwriter and performer of the highest class. This DVD includes Lou Reed’s only Montreux performance to date in July 2000. This was part of his tour for the acclaimed Ecstasy album. Tracklisting: 1) Paranoia Key Of E 2) Turn To Me 3) Modern Dance 4) Ecstasy 5) Smalltown 6) Future Farmers Of America 7) Turning Around Time 8) Romeo Had Juliette 9) Riptide 10) Rock Minuet 11) Mystic Kid 12) Tatters 13) Set The Twilight Reeling 14) Dirty Blvd 15) Dime Shop Mystery 16) Excellent Day
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Other slice of the time capsule is what 65 Revisited comes down to- a capsule from the 'Don't Look Back' documentary, where Pennebaker place his practically objective 16mm lens on Dylan and what might be considered his crossover period (I tell 'practically' since it's right before his electric switch, which may or may not had happened on the tour, it might've not, I can't tell yet till I listed to the commentary). What's so nice about Pennebaker's movies of Dylan- this shouldn't be considered any more or less than what DLB gave its audience which was unfiltered Zim up on the screen, is that he has the fly-on-the-wall approach. He's just there, and Dylan is just there (or is he?) and aside from the pretty acoustic performances given, we see a Dylan- even more in Revisited arguably- jovial and kidding around. A reporter asks him "What will you be doing in the future?" Dylan says, with a grin, "Sleeping, about 60 years." There are also the moments of downtime with Dylan and Joan Baez in a room improvising some folk tunes, or Baez just softly singing as Dylan goes feverish on the typewriter. The structure also goes a method to represent the structure, if there is any, to traveling on the road, one zone merging into the next, a long continuous chain. At one mission we see Dylan a tiny ambivalent with fans, but who's to tell if he'll meet the same fanatics when he comes to Birmingham, or Sheffield, or some another tiny town? Prophet? Probably not, but with something to tell and sing and play. It's relatively short, but you receive a very cool offering as an additional on the Don't Look Back DVD (or, if you had the chance, for one week only at the IFC in NYC), as there's just a tiny more added to the plate of Dylan-lore, and a look that strips down, if only a bit, the myth-making that surrounded Dylan in the 60s. It's raw documentary film-making at its best.
65 Revisited (2007) **** (out of 4) D.A. Pennebaker took outtake footage from his DON'T LOOK BACK to make this 65 minute documentary, which should be named a sequel to that landmark film.Most of the time when you hear outtakes you just think of material that wasn't nice enough to create it into the current film but that's certainly not the situation here and this film is right on the tag of the original. There's some really wonderful footage here, which contains items with Dylan off the stage. One of the highlights is a stage where Dylan and his buddies go shopping. Of course, if you're a die difficult Bob Dylan fanatic you're going to wish to hear the melody and there are few nice concert performances here. It's All Over Actually Baby Blue and It's Alright Ma (I'm Only Bleeding) are just two of the terrific performances captured here.65 REVISITED might as well have been named DON'T LOOK BACK PART TWO. If you're a fanatic of the original movie then this here is certainly a gotta see.
This collection of 65-minutes worth of outtakes and musical performances that weren't included in the classic Bob Dylan documentary "Don't Look Back" proves to be just as compelling and substantial as that landmark movie. Director D.A. Pennebaker's stark no-frills fly-on-the-wall approach evokes a bracing sense of raw intimacy and immediacy as we see Dylan and company travel around England, perform songs in concert, and chill out in hotel rooms in between gigs. The concert footage seriously smokes, with Dylan delivering spot-on passionate performances of such terrific songs as "It's All Over Actually Baby Blue" and "It's Alright Ma (I'm Only Bleeding)." Moreover, the scenes with Dylan either harmonizing with Joan Baez on an impromptu song or going shopping for clothes with his entourage present Dylan at his most laidback and likeable. Perfect stuff.
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