Peter Kay is back with this DVD featuring his final performance at the Manchester Arena to a 9 000 sell out crowd on the 'Mum Wants A Bungalow Tour'. Also included on the DVD is a previously unseen and exclusive 47-minute documentary - 'One Hundred And Eighty - The Tour Documentary' a hilarious fly on the wall look at life backstage for Peter Kay as he travels around the UK on his jam-packed stand-up tour. Furthermore the DVD incorporates the chart topping video and the biggest se
Perhaps the greatest rock documentary ever made, Martin Scorsese's The Last Waltz captures what was advertised as legendary rock group The Band's final farewell concert appearance. Joined on stage by more than a dozen special guests, including Eric Clapton, Bob Dylan, Neil Young, Muddy Waters and Joni Mitchell, The Last Waltz started as a concert, but it became a celebration. Interspersed with candid discussions between director Scorsese and members of The Band, The Last Waltz has been called the greatest rock concert movie ever made - and maybe the best rock movie, period, and The Masters of Cinema Series is proud to present this iconic documentary on Blu-ray. And remember, This film should be played loud! Special Features: 1080p presentation of the film on Blu-ray PCM 5.1 Audio Optional English SDH subtitles Audio Commentary by director Martin Scorsese and Musician Robbie Robertson Audio Commentary by The Band members Levon Helm and Garth Hudson, journalists Jay Cocks and Greil Marcus, creative consultant Mardik Martin, producers Jonathan Taplin and Steven Prince, Cameraman Michael Chapman, Music Producer John Simon, Irwin Winkler and performers Mavis Staples, Dr. John and Ronnie Hawkins (includes optional subtitles identifying who is talking) Revisiting The Last Waltz [22 mins] Archival Outtakes Stills gallery PLUS: A collector's booklet including essays and archival writing on the film
Inspired by Robertson s 2017 bestselling memoir Testimony, ONCE WERE BROTHERS: ROBBIE ROBERTSON AND THE BAND is a confessional, cautionary, and sometimes humorous tale of Robertson's young life and the creation of one of the most enduring groups in the history of popular music. The film blends rare archival footage and interviews with many of Robertson's friends and collaborators, including Bruce Springsteen, Eric Clapton, Van Morrison, Scorsese, Taj Mahal, Peter Gabriel, David Geffen and Ronnie Hawkins, among others. Includes subtitles for the Hard Of Hearing FEATURING: Robbie Robertson, Martin Scorsese, Bruce Springsteen, Eric Clapton, Taj Mahal, Jann Wenner, Ronnie Hawkins, Van Morrison, Dominique Robertson
Features the best performances from Clapton's record-setting string of 24 consecutive sold-out concerts at London's Royal Albert Hall in 1990-91. Certified gold in the home video format ``24 NIGHTS'' features Clapton backed by a stripped-down four-piece combo an all-star blues band a nine-piece rock ensemble and a symphony orchestra. Musical guests include Phil Collins Robert Cray Buddy Guy Chuck Leavelland Ray Cooper as well as The National Philharmonic Orchestra 4 Piece Ba
The tracklist includes: 'Forever Man' 'Pretending' 'Tears In Heaven' 'Running On Faith' 'Change The World' 'Blue Eyes Blue' 'My Father's Eyes' 'Bad Love' 'Motherless Child' and 'Pilgrim'.
Disc 1 Promise Land - Sonny Landreth w/Eric Clapton Z. Rider - Sonny Landreth Traveling Shoes - Robert Randolph & The Family Band Going Down - Pino Daniele Joe Bonamassa Robert Randolph & The Family Band Killing Floor - Robert Cray w/Jimmie Vaughan & Hubert Sumlin Six Strings Down - Jimmie Vaughan w/Robert Cray & Hubert Sumlin Waiting For The Bus - ZZ Top Jesus Just Left Chicago - ZZ Top Gypsy Blood - Doyle Bramhall II In My Time Of Dying (Jesus Make Up My Dying Bed) - Doyle Bramhall II Bright Lights - Gary Clark Jr. Long Road Home - Sheryl Crow w/Derek Trucks Susan Tedeschi Doyle Bramhall II & Gary Clark Jr. Our Love Is Fading - Sheryl Crow w/Eric Clapton Doyle Bramhall II & Gary Clark Jr Blackwaterside - Bert Jansch Mississippi Blues - Stefan Grossman & Keb' Mo' Roll And Tumble Blues - Stefan Grossman & Keb' Mo' One More Last Chance - Vince Gill w/Keb' Mo' James Burton Earl Klugh & Albert Lee Mystery Train - Vince Gill w/James Burton Albert Lee Keb' Mo' & Earl Klugh Lay Down Sally - Vince Gill w/Sheryl Crow Keb' Mo' Albert Lee James Burton & Earl Klugh Angelina - Earl Klugh Vonetta - Earl Klugh Who Did You Think I Was - John Mayer Trio Ain't No Sunshine - John Mayer Trio Disc 2 Midnight In Harlem - Derek Trucks & Susan Tedeschi Band Coming Home - Derek Trucks & Susan Tedeschi Band w/Warren Haynes Soulshine - Warren Haynes Don't Keep Me Wondering - David Hidalgo & Cesar Rosas w/Derek Trucks Space Captain - Derek Trucks & Susan Tedeschi Band w/Warren Haynes David Hidalgo Cesar Rosas & ... Five Long Years - Buddy Guy w/Jonny Lang & Ronnie Wood Miss You - Buddy Guy w/Jonny Lang & Ronnie Wood Hammerhead - Jeff Beck Nessun Dorma - Jeff Beck Crossroads - Eric Clapton Hands Of The Saints - Citizen Cope & Eric Clapton I Shot The Sheriff - Eric Clapton Shake Your Money Maker - Eric Clapton & Jeff Beck Had To Cry Today - Steve Winwood & Eric Clapton Voodoo Chile - Eric Clapton & Steve Winwood Dear Mr. Fantasy - Steve Winwood & Eric Clapton The Thrill Is Gone - B.B. King & Ensemble
The greatest show on earth and a gargantuan humanitarian effort to help those starving in Africa Live Aid took place on July 13th 1985 and brought together some of the biggest music stars of all time! ""Twenty years ago they not only played 'real good for free ' they took an issue that was nowhere on the agenda of the political world and placed it at the very top "" says concert organizer Bob Geldof. ""By buying the Live Aid DVD that day continues far off into some distant but hopeful
A leopard skin shirt long hair and the ultimate highland dance are some of the highlights you'll expect to see in this memorable performance from Billy Connolly. The Big Yin himself descends on London to entertain an audience of celebrities delivering an unswerving performance in front of a packed studio full of stars. Enjoy a unique performance of outrageous comedy in this hilarious once in a lifetime show. If you love Billy Connolly you'll see him here as you've never seen him before.
Tracklisting: 1. Key To The Highway 2. Reptile 3. Got You On My Mind 4. Tears In Heaven 5. Bell Bottom Blues 6. Change The World 7. My Father's Eyes 8. River Of Tears 9. Goin' Down Slow 10. She's Gone 11. I Want A Little Girl 12. Badge 13. Hoochie Coochie Man 14. Have You Ever Loved A Woman? 15. Cocaine 16. Wonderful Tonight 17. Layla 18. Will It Go Round In Circles 19.Sunshine Of Your Love 20. Over The Rainbow
Knebworth Hertfordshire Saturday June 30th 1990. 120 000 fans gathered for an historic event featuring a legendary combination of British artists... Tears For Fears: Change / Badman's Song / Everybody Wants To Rule The World Cliff Richard & The Shadows: On The Beach / Good Golly Miss Molly / We Don't Talk Anymore Phil Collins & The Serious Band: In The Air Tonight / Sussudio Paul McCartney: Coming Up / Birthday / Hey Jude / Can't Buy Me Love Status Quo: Whatever You Want /
Cream's spectacular 2005 reunion live at the Albert Hall. Performances from each of the four nights are featured and tracks include 'Badge' 'I'm So Glad' 'Crossroads' Sunshine Of Your Love' 'White Room' and many many more. Disc 1 Tracklisting: 1. I'm So Glad 2. Spoonful 3. Outside Woman Blues 4. Pressed Rat & Warthog 5. Sleep Time Time 6. N.S.U. 7. Badge 8. Politician 9. Sweet Wine 10. Rollin' & Tumblin' 11. Stormy Monday 12. Deserted City Of The Heart 13. Born Under A B
Even by the standards of a genre not characterised by restraint, the 1974 rock opera Tommy is endearingly barmy, a bizarre combination of Pete Townshend's disturbed inspiration and director Ken Russell's wildly eccentric vision. Even if you gamely try and read allegorical meaning into it, the story is frankly odd: a child becomes psychosomatically deaf, dumb and blind after witnessing the murder of his father by his stepdad and goes on to become rich and famous as the world pinball champion (since when was pinball a world-class competitor sport?), before setting himself up as a latter-day messiah. It's about the travails of the post-war generation, the disaffection of youth, the trauma of childhood abuse, the sham nature of new-age cults, and many other things besides. At least, that's what Townshend and Russell would have you believe. But what's really important is the many wonderful, utterly bonkers set-pieces--effectively a string of pop videos--that occur along the way, performed by great guest stars: Tina Turner as the Acid Queen, Eric Clapton as the Preacher, Keith Moon as Uncle Ernie, Elton John's mighty rendition of "Pinball Wizard", even Jack Nicholson doing a turn as a suave specialist. Roger Daltrey is iconic in his signature role, and Oliver Reed makes up for a complete inability to sing with a bravura performance as his sleazy stepdad, but best of all is Ann-Margret as Tommy's mother Nora: her charismatic presence holds the loose narrative together and she richly deserved her Academy Award nomination; the sight of her in a nylon cat suit being drenched in baked beans and chocolate from an exploding TV set is worth the price of admission alone. On the DVD: Tommy comes to DVD in a two-disc set, with the feature on disc one accompanied by three audio tracks: Dolby Stereo or 5.1 surround, as well as the original "Quintaphonic" surround mix--a unique experience with effectively two pairs of stereo tracks plus a centre track for the vocals. The anamorphic picture adequately recreates the original theatrical ratio. The second disc has a series of lengthy and illuminating new interviews with the main (surviving) players: Townshend, Russell, Daltrey and Ann-Margret, in which we learn among other things, that Daltrey wasn't Townshend's first choice for the role, that Stevie Wonder was the original preference for the Pinball Wizard, and that Ken Russell had never heard of any of these rock stars before agreeing to helm the movie. There's also a feature on the original sound mix and its restoration for DVD. All in all, a satisfying package for fans of one of the daftest chapters in the annals of rock music. --Mark Walker
Ginger Baker is the mad bad drummer best known for playing in Cream and Blind Faith. One of rock's most colourful characters his reputation for drugs violence and all forms of excess preceded him everywhere. This brand new documentary includes revealing interviews with Eric Clapton Steve Winwood Carlos Santana and more to paint a fascinating portrait of a musical icon.
Eighteen years after the Brothers original mission from God , Elwood Blues (Dan Aykroyd) is getting out of prison and discovering that much has changed in the time he s been away. His partner Jake is gone, his band is no longer together and the orphange where he grew up has been demolished. Elwood soon realises that he must embark on a whole new mission- to assemble the old band, this time with the help of a soulful bartender (John Goodman), compete at Queen Moussette s (Erykah Badu) Battle of the Bands and set a wayward orphan named Buster on the path to redemption. Special appearances by B.B King, Aretha Franklin, James Brown, Johnny Lang, Blues Traveler, Eric Clapton and many more. It s an action packed comedy with lots of Rythmn and Blues.
Finally on Blu-ray! Ken Russell's cinematic telling of The Who's psychedelic rock opera about a deaf dumb and blind kid. Roger Daltrey Oliver Reed Elton John Ann-Margaret Eric Clapton Keith Moon Jack Nicholson and Tina Turner star! Special Features: Audio Commentary with Ken Russell and Mark Kermode Ken Russell on Tommy Pete Townshend Interview Roger Daltrey Interview Ann-Margret Spills the Beans The Story of the Sound Theatrical Trailer
Eric Clapton-Unplugged was recorded at Bray Studios in London and features Clapton on acoustic guitar performing songs that include: 1. Intro 2. Signe 3. Before you Accuse me 4. Hey Hey 5. Tears in Heaven 6. Lonely Stranger 7. Nobody knows you when you're down and out 8. Layla 9. Running on Faith 10. Walkin' Blues 11. Alberta 12. San Francisco Bay Blues 13. Malted Milk 14. Old Love 15. Rollin & Tumblin
Eric Clapton's status as a guitar hero is unmatched by anyone else. Still in his late teens his fans nicknamed him ""God"" and he is still regarded with both awe and reverence by fellow guitarists and music fans alike. This concert from the Montreux Festival in 1986 came shortly before the release of his ""August"" album later that year and features the main musicians who would also appear on the album; namely Phil Collins on drums (who also produced the album) long time collaborator Nathan East on bass and Greg Phillinganes on keyboards. Tracklist: 1. Crossroads 2. The White Room 3. I Shot The Sheriff 4. I Wanna Make Love To You 5. Miss You 6. Same Old Blues 7. Tearing Us Apart 8. Holy Mother 9. Behind The Mask 10. Badge 11. Let It Rain 12. In The Air Tonight 13. Cocaine 14. Layla 15. Sunshine Of Your Love 16. Further On Up The Road
God Save The Queen ; Big Country - In The Big Country ; Suzanne Vega - Marlene On The Wall ; Level 42 - Hot Water ; Elton John - Your Song ; Phil Collins - In The Air Tonight ; Tina Turner - Better Be Good To Me ; Eric Clapton And Tina Turner - Tearing Us Apart ; Midge Ure - Call Of The Wild ; Mark Knopfler and Sting - Money For Nothing ; Paul Young - Every Time You Go Away ; Joan Armatrading - Reach Out ; Howard Jones - No One Is To Blame ; Rod Stewart - Sailing ; Elton John - I'm Still Standing ; Paul Young And George Michael - Every Time You Go Away ; Paul McCartney And Ensemble - Long Tall Sally ; Paul McCartney And Ensemble - Get Back.
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