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Description: Finding The Sacred Heart - Live In Philly 1986 was filmed at The Spectrum in Philadelphia on June 17, 1986 during the second leg of the "Sacred Heart" tour, which featured fresh guitarist Craig Goldy. The present was issued in an edited form first on VHS and then DVD. Actually for the first time the full concert is being released in the original running order, restored from the original 16mm movie and with remastered sound. It's an extraordinary live present with a giant animatronic dragon towering over the scene and spectacular lasers and pyrotechnics. Ronnie James Dio is in fine voice as ever and the band deliver a blistering live performance featuring tracks from their first three albums alongside BLACK SABBATH and RAINBOW classics. Draco Ignis Lord Of Rock And Roll Like The Beat Of A Heart Don't Talk To Strangers Hungry For Heaven The Last In Line/Holy Diver Heaven And Hell Sacred Heart Rock n Roll Children Time To Burn Stand Up And Shout Rainbow In The Dark We Rock
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Description: in 2010 Beardyman went on tour around the UK performing a present based on recommendations from his fans. Here is it's story. Any likenesses to persons living or dead is fully intentional.
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Description: In May 2012, Judas Priest wrapped up their epic "Epitaph" globe tour with a storming set at London's Hammersmith Apollo. The band, having announced that this would be their final large-scale globe tour, celebrated their last and possibly final present with an wonderful career-spanning set list that brought down the house. In addition to performing all their classics "Breaking The Law," "Living After Midnight" and "You ve Got Other Thing Comin'" the Priest dug deep into their catalog, performing at least one song from every of their albums, which rounded off their 23-song set list.
Description: Killswitch Engage performing live at the Rock AM Ring Festival in 2012, at The Nürburgring race track in Germany. Setlist: 1. Fixation on the Darkness 00:00 2. Rose of Sharyn 05:18 3. This Is Absolution 08:58 4. Life to Lifeless 12:19 5. The Arms of Sorrow 17:08 6. My Curse 20:53 7. The End of Heartache 25:03 8. My Last Serenade 30:45 9. Holy Diver 35:50
Description: Heavy Attack , live at Melt Melody Festival (Germany) 16-18 July 2010 United Snakes SONGS: Babel, Woman I Love You, Invade Me, Teardrop, Secure From Harm, Inertia Creeps, Unfinished Sympathy, Atlas Air.
Description: Eagles Live At The Capital Centre - March 1977, featuring never-before-released performances from the Eagles’ two-night stand at Washington, D.C.’s Capital Center during the legendary Hotel California tour.
Description: Inspired by the flamboyance of Hendrix, the digitally dextrous Swede started out testing in bands, but it wasn't long before he was putting his name (and what a name!) to line-ups skilled enough to help a six-string style that leans as much towards the globe of classical melody as that of rock. In the course of an ongoing career that encompasses ground-breaking music, global gigging, award winning albums, and as many front covers & critical backslaps as one lifetime can sensibly handle, Malmsteen has virtually reinvented the guitar as an instrument to be seen with. This DVD set contains 4 promotion videos ("Bedroom Eyes," "Heaven Tonight," "Save Our Love," and "You Don't Remember"), plus an interview with Barry Barnes conducted in 2006 at Malmsteen's studio in Miami, FL.
Description: A vampire movie, an experiment. Victor Iriarte instead of filming a film says a film with intertitles and a black screen, while artist Mursego writes melody for the movie we never see.
Description: In 2010, Rage Vs the Machine played a gratis gig at Finsbury Park in London, after their track "Killing in the Name" topped the UK charts at Christmas 2009. The band promised this gratis concert if a campaign to receive the single to the top of the charts above the X-Factor's single was successful.
Description: The Doobie Brothers Live at Wolf Trap may not be the whole Doobie Brothers story, but it's a really fun and musically brilliant tour through some of the band's greatest material. One of the nice ironies of The Doobie Brothers' history is how the early days were type of shunted off to the sidelines once Michael McDonald came on board, and so it's great to revisit some of those storied early hits, especially since there's such camaraderie between Johnston and Simmons especially. This live concert is further aided by some nice helping musicians, and a superior video and audio
Description: After a five year break, 2012 saw Garbage back in the spotlight with a fresh studio album Not Your Type Of Folks followed by their first globe tour for seven years. Filmed on this tour at the Ogden Theatre in Denver, Colorado on October 6, One Mile High...Live is the first ever Blu-ray release of a full Garbage live concert. Charismatic singer Shirley Manson leads from the front propelled by the twin guitars of Steve Marker and Duke Erikson and the powerhouse drumming of Butch Vig with Eric Avery providing bass guitar for the live shows. The band mix highlights from the fresh album with classic tracks from across their career to produce the ultimate Garbage live experience.
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Of Strauss' operas, while Ariadne Auf Naxos is perhaps his most sophisticated Der Rosenkavalier has everytime been my favourite. It has typically superb music(the final trio is perhaps the most pretty stage of all of Strauss' operas, is fun at times and everytime moves me. This is a very nice production, not quite on the same lvl as the 1962, 1985, 1979, 1994 and 1982 performances but absolutely worth watching for a number of reasons.It does have a couple of issues though. The main one was the Sophie of Maki Mori. Now this is not a poor performance, just not to my taste. Her voice is bright and controlled, which is everytime a nice thing regarding Strauss, and she looks pretty and charming. However, as an actress I just didn't search her convincing, excepting the Presentation of the Rose stage which was touching, with the constant smiling and flicking her hair and not much else it did look to me as though she lacked experience. I felt tiny of Sophie's sadness or revulsion as she is reprimanded, which I felt with Annelise Rothenberger, Lucia Popp and Barbara Bonney, and when she is offended by Baron Ochs she for some reason seems to be cool with it.I also found the Italian Opera Singer of Roberto Sacca(surprisingly as he has given nice performances before) weak, the voice is strained and he just wasn't very characterful or funny.However, the rest of the singing is wonderful. Anke Vordung's Octavian is one of the performance's highlights, she is impetuous and charming in the joint most necessary role of the opera, the another being the Marschallin. And she now looks like a teenage boy, so much so you do forget she's a woman. She is a great, sincere actress, and her voice is both firm and creamy, with nice musicality. Whether she is one of the greats in the role like Ann Sofie Von Otter, Christa Ludwig, Tatiana Troyanos, Brigitte Fassbaender and Sena Jurinac I am not sure, but she is outstandingly nice indeed, definitely not a performance to disregard.Elisabeth Wilke as Annina steals the present in Act 2, with her nice timing, effective scheming and powerful and quite luscious mezzo she is one of the better Anninas I've come across. Fanninal is also good.Kurt Rydl, despite the wobble he's actually got in his voice, is the greatest Baron Ochs since Kurt Moll under Kleiber. He is for me more convincing than Franz Hawlata, who sings well and gives the role humanity but for my tastes is not quite sonorous or boorish enough, as well as Otto Edelmann on record who characterises well but uses crooning half-voice too much in Act 2. Here Rydl's singing is robust and has the right amount of resonance on the very weak basso notes, even with the wobble this is a Baron Ochs that shows authority in his voice. In acting, he is just as good, boorish and self-satisfied yet gives him some humanity that doesn't create him overly crude or annoying.Anne Schwanewilms in the role of the Marschallin is superb. The singing is of nice beauty, is controlled and very musically and intelligently used. Her acting is of dignity and nobility and like Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, Kiri Te Kanawa, Gwyneth Jones, Felicity Lott and even Renee Fleming she brings a lot of nuances to the role that supports to bring meaning to the Marschallin's wise yet sad words. Her entrance in Act 3, one of the best in all opera for me, is suitably graceful.Musically, I cannot fault it either. The orchestral testing is rich and in the situation of the waltz-like tunes and the final trio sumptuous. The legato lines are long and controlled, and don't feel fragmented in any way. Fabio Luisi's conducting is firm yet allows the poetry of the score to come through. One of the better conductors of this score since Carlos Kleiber that's for sure. Visually, when I heard the production was updated, I thought to myself that this should mean ugly and superfluous like the Zurich production and some of the Robert Carsen-directed production. How wrong I was, and thank goodness I didn't allow my fears cloud my judgements. Even with a couple of anachronisms and the Presentation of the Rose stage looking and feeling as though it was set in a kitchen, this modernized production now looks very opulent and lavishly coloured.The staging is very nice and allows the singers to act and live their characters, the Baron Ochs scenes don't resort to buffoonery(like they have potential to) and the Presentation of the Rose and final trio are moving. The video directing is unobtrusive and never too gimmicky. Overall, this is a very nice production of such a unbelievable opera. 8/10 Bethany Cox
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