A gem for any Incubus fan to have this disc captures the band's unforgettable performance at the legendary Red Rocks Amphitheatre in July 2004. The set includes a bonus audio CD with extra material. Track List: 1. Megalomaniac 2. Nice To Know You 3. Idiot Box 4. Just A Phase 5. Priceless 6. Beware! Criminal 7. Wish You Were Here 8. Here In My Room 9. Drive 10. Vitamin 11. Pistola 12. Stellar 13. Made For TV Movie 14. Talk Shows On Mute 15. Sick Sad Little World 16. A Certain Shade Of Green 17. Pantomime 18. The Warmth 19. Pardon Me 20. Pantomime 21. Follow 22. Monuments and Melodies
What started as a suggestion for Paul Simon to play a concert in New York's Central Park blossomed, on September 19, 1981, into a full-blown Simon and Garfunkel reunion after an 11-year hiatus, and now proves a priceless snapshot of two of America's greatest folk-rock performers. (It's also the rightful bookend to Simon and Garfunkel's acoustic Live from New York City, 1967.) Performed with a who's-who of East Coast session aces before a record-setting crowd of half-a-million fans, the Concert in Central Park finds its stars just shy of their 40th birthdays and very much in their primes, their voices sweet and pure and their playing relaxed, perfectly in tune and in synch. The show features a mix of S&G and solo Simon tunes, including all the songs that appear on the CD, with the addition of a reprise of "Late in the Evening" and the first live performance of Simon's "The Late Great Johnny Ace". This is classic material from start to finish, 87 minutes of unmitigated beauty. --Michael Mikesell
To celebrate the final concert tour of Barbra Streisand's unparalleled career Columbia Records is releasing for the first time on home video the complete version of her critically acclaimed Timeless Concerts which were the highlight of the Millennium celebration. Recorded at the MGM Grand Hotel in Las Vegas on December 31 1999 and January 1 2000 this is the first Barbra Streisand concert DVD ever to be released. Track Listing: 1. Brother Time - Savion Glover 2. You'll Nev
The DVD features 23 live performances and 4 exclusive rehearsal tracks filmed during Michael's 1997 tour of the same name. Michael Ball is one of the greatest talents of Broadway and now for the first time 'The Musicals And More' is available on DVD. Tracklisting: Don't Rain On My Parade; On Broadway; I Dreamed A Dream; Empty Chairs Empty Tables; Something's Coming; Sunset Boulevard; With One Look; Easy Terms; Last Night Of The World; All I Ask Of You (Duet with Lisa Hull); A
Josh Groban first sprang to fame when he appeared on a season finale of Ally McBeal singing in the bar; making him an instant star. Since the release of his internationally successful self titles debut Josh Groban has become a musical phenomenom selling over 5 million albums worldwide. In 2002 his PBS 'Great Performances' special was the best selling long-form music DVD in the US. For fans of Groban this DVD/CD 'Live At The Creek' is the latest great performance from a master of his
Tracks comprise: 1. Introduction 2. Nighttrain 3. Mr. Brownstone 4. Live And Let Die 5. It's So Easy 6. Bad Obsession 7. Attitude 8. Pretty Tied Up 9. Welcome To The Jungle 10. Don't Cry 11. Double Talkin' Jive 12. Civil War (video) 13. Wild Horses 14. Patience 15. November Rain
Tracks comprise: 1. Introduction 2. You Could Be Mine 3. Drum Solo & Guitar Solo 4. Theme From ""The Godfather"" 5. Sweet Child O' Mine 6. So Fine 7. Rocket Queen 8. Move To The City 9. Knockin' On Heaven's Door 10. Estranged 11. Paradise City
Five Live is collection of 15 live performances from Five, recorded during the group's Invincible Tour--a promotion of their second album. While Five--which stands for "Federation of Interactive Visual Exploits"--inevitably follow the Backstreet Boys and 'N Sync formula, they do have their own flair. J is reminiscent of Vanilla Ice as he adds rap and hip-hop to Five's otherwise pop sound. They cleverly included samples from Joan Jett's "I Love Rock & Roll" in their hit "Everybody Get Up", and they also do a great update of Queen's "We Will Rock You"--a promo video of the latter tune is included here. On the DVD: the 25-minute TV documentary features various aspects of preparation for the Invincible Tour: activities from the five weeks prior to departure can be selected individually. The backstage tour is only marginally interesting. There's the obligatory photo section with several group shots, and you can also choose to have the lyrics on-screen. The best DVD feature is "Five-Cam": two of the songs from the concert were recorded using one camera for each lad, so if you have a favourite, you can watch him even when he isn't singing the lead. --Larry Clark, Amazon.com
Visualize' features 90 minutes of live promo interview footage and tracks including: 'Rocket' 'I Wanna Touch U' 'Heaven Is' 'Love Bites' 'Two Steps Behind' 'Photograph' and 'Make Love Like A Man'. 'Video Archive' features the group as seen through footage from 1993-95.
1. Sultans of Swing 2. Lady Writer 3. Romeo and Juliet 4. Tunnel of Love 5. Private Investigations 6. Twisting by the pool 7. Love Over Gold (Live) 8. So Far Away 9. Money for Nothing 10. Brothers in Arms 11. Walk of Life 12. Calling Elvis 13. Heavy Fuel 14. On Every Street 15. Your Latest Trick (Live) 16. Local Hero - Wild Theme (Live)
The only authorized Tull DVD! Tull are a musical powerhouse driven by the distinctive flute and wonderfully crafted melodies of Ian Anderson. Jethro Tull have now performed almost 3000 concerts featuring a powerful repertoire of classic material sprinkled with the latest gems from a string of vibrant new releases. Living With The Past is the definitive record of Jethro Tull live. This stunning concert film captured on the British and American tours in 2001 also features a
With over 1200 new questions Noel Edmunds is back with another edition of the highly popular and entertaining Telly Addicts interactive DVD game.
The first-ever Russell Watson DVD compilation featuring highlights from his three filmed concerts - in Leeds Atlantic City and Auckland. Timed for release alongside his new album. All nine Atlantic City items appear for the first time on DVD. Guest stars include Lulu Mel C Lea Salonga and Hayley Westenra. No less than five promo videos make up the generous bonus feature section. Tracklist: 1. Questa o Quella 2. Volare 3. The Prayer ( with Lulu) 4. 'O Sole Mio 5. Caruso 6. Bridge Over Troubled Water 7. Funicul Funicul 8. Nella Fantasia 9. Torna a Surriento 10. Pokarekare Ana 11. E lucevan Le Stele 12. Barcelona (With Mel C) 13. Miserere 14. Panis Angelicus 15. Someone Like You (With Lea Salonga) 16. Ave Maria 17. Va Pensiero 18. You Are So Beautiful 19. Somewhere 20. Mattinata 21. Nessun Dorma
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'.
Boy band Westlife in concert plus the documentary 'Westlife - Bringing It Home' covering the rehearsals for the tour and life on the road right through to the final shows at the band's hometowns of Dublin and Sligo. Full Tracklisting: What Makes A Man Swear It Again When You're Looking Like That If I Let You Go Tonight Flying Without Wings My Love Bop Bop Baby Queen Of My Heart To Be With You I Get Around Do You Love Me Twist And Shout Great Balls Of Fire Kiss Fool
Beyonce: I Am Sasha Fierce World Tour - Live
Elvis: '68 Comeback Special shows how, isolated from his original audience after a long sojourn on Hollywood soundstages, and threatened by the vibrancy and social gravity of rock, the King sought to reclaim his throne. This was filmed five years before he achieved broadcast history with his legendary 1973 global satellite telecast, Elvis: Aloha from Hawaii, but more than three decades later, it's Comeback Special that looms as the Memphis icon's most substantial achievement as a stage performer. If the candy-coloured sets and hyperactive choreography of its larger production numbers smack of its network packagers' desperation to be hip, Elvis himself rises to a riveting, assured performance at the peak of his powers. Looking fit and relaxed, and sheathed in black leather, Elvis covers a shrewd song list encompassing early rockabilly hits, gospel (rendered unintentionally hilarious by its florid dance routines) and comparatively restrained ballads. Standout performances include two intimate stage sets that put him literally within his fans' reach, most strikingly in a brief reunion with four of his earliest bandmates (including guitarist Scotty Moore and drummer DJ Fontana). The latter segment is only a brief sample of a session posthumously released on video as One Night with You, which is, if anything, even better than this terrific portrait of a towering American artist. --Sam Sutherland
Producing a DVD for Play, could be seen as a shameless attempt to resurrect an album which has reached saturation point as far as sales go or British tolerance will allow after the relentless use of tracks from it in films, adverts, TV shows, trailers and even football coverage. Thankfully, Moby's quality control means he refuses to rip off his fans, so the material gathered within this disk is surprisingly good. First up there's all the music videos from Play, which range from the sublime (Jonas Akerland's treatment of "Porcelain") via the cartoon ("Natural Blues" and "Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad" by Susi Wilkinson, Hotessa, Laurence & Filipe Alcada, complete with cute little animated Mobys) to the ridiculous (Fredrik Bond's inspired vision for "Body Rock"). Even funnier are the outtakes for "Body Rock", which show footage of all the dancers who didn't make the grade in stupidity stakes. Along with this is an hour's worth of Moby remixes all segued together, with trippy electronic visuals for the late-night crowd. Even in the middle of the afternoon you can't fail to stare in slack-jawed wonder as a stunning remix of "Porcelain" kicks in, accompanied by smooth flowing images of urban streets. To stop you from drifting off altogether there are some more up-tempo sections to the mix, including a euphoric reworking of "Natural Blues" and a 1970's disco funk version of "Body Rock" to get your toes tapping. For those of you who thought that Moby--the born again Christian, vegan, anti-smoking, animal rights activist--took himself too serious for his own good, go straight to the Tour Videos section of the DVD: filmed all over the world, it provides a platform for Moby to be himself and he turns out to be hilariously funny as he takes you on a backstage tour of Homelands complete with crazy Scottish accent, then pops up in both Germany and France, proving himself a master of their inflexions too. Added to all these features are tracks culled from the "Later with Moby" BBC special and a separate mix CD of some of Moby's finest moments. All in all a great supplement to a modern day classic. --Helen Marquis
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
This collection of 200 of the most influential music videos in Britain 1966 to 2016 is the result of a three-year University research project run in partnership with the British Film Institute and the British Library. The collection has been put together by a team of researchers in collaboration with a panel of over one hundred directors, producers, cinematographers, editors, choreographers, colourists and video commissioners from the business. Each video has been selected because it represents a landmark in music video history - a new genre, film technique, post-production method, distribution channel, or other landmark. Along with the 6 discs comes a booklet explaining the history of British music videos since 1966 and rare production credits: using archives, callsheets, interviews and trade press listings the researchers have identified credits for directors, producers, executive producers, directors of photography, editors, colourists, production companies and choreographers as well as information about the source material on which the video was shot where available. In order to protect the artistic integrity of each, the videos are presented in their original native aspect aspect ratio. The videos for Manfred Mann's Mighty Quinn' and Flowered Up's Weekender' have been digitally re-mastered for this collection from the original film prints dating back to 1967 and 1992.
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