A collection of music videos from one of the most successful rock and roll bands ever. From the David Lee Roth era to the Sammy Hagar era, you'll find just about every popular video from the guitar driven band that was ever produced.
Recorded in California at the Santa Barbara County Bowl, this live concert appearance from Bob Marley and the Wailers was filmed on November 25, 1979. One of the last shows to be recorded before Marley's untimely demise, the gig is a scintillating mix of reggae classics and provides a fitting epitaph to the influential musician. Tracks include "I Shot the Sheriff," "Exodus," "Is This Love" and many more.
Swedish death metal greats Arch Enemy deliver a powerhouse performance in this concert that was filmed live in England at the London Forum, 17 December 2004. Selections include "Enemy Within," "Silent Wars," "Dead Bury Their Dead," "Instinct," "Savage Messiah," "The Immortal," "Snow Bound," "Ravenous," and more.
Three masters explore their roots and capture the full spectrum of the art of Jazz...a display of lyrical sensuality and sizzling pyrotechnics. Features Herbie Hancock, Ron Carter and Billy Cobham performing 7 tracks plus 2 bonus concert performances: "Speak Like a Child" and "Little Waltz." Three masters explore their roots and capture the full spectrum of the art of jazz in this display of lyri
Filmed at the Magna Steel Foundry near Rotherham on 18th December 2006, this DVD commemorates an event that was put on by the band for Hawkwind Passport Holders exclusively.
Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band · Phish · Beastie Boys · Snoop Dogg · Elvis Costello with Jenny Lewis and Her Sound · Ben Harper and Relentless7 · Andrew Bird · The Decemberists · Del McCoury Band · Coheed and Cambria · Amadou & Miriam · Santigold Zac Brown Band · Passion Pit · Raphael Saadiq · Cage the Elephant If you couldn’t go to Bonnaroo this year, we missed you…but you don’t have to
Filmed during the band's live performance in Cuba in August 2005. Track list includes 'Song For You', 'Your Mirror', 'Stars', 'For Your Babies' and many more. 19 tracks in total.
On The Road Again is a collection of live performances from Melua, the major highlight being a gig in Croydon during March 2004
John Legend brings his old-school soul sound to the stage with this concert recorded at Hollywood's House of Blues in August 2005, delivering live renditions of hits like "Let's Get Lifted," "Number One," and "Ordinary People" with special guest appearances by Kanye West and Snoop Dogg.
Grammy award winning maestro of rock Serj Tankian is releasing his first live album that features a full orchestral performance of his critically-acclaimed debut solo rock album 'Elect The Dead'. With The Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra at his side, Tankian's epic songs and operatic vocals take on a whole new sense of grandeur when accompanied with a full 70 piece orchestra.
An overview of the early years--late 1970s, early 1980s--of San Francisco punk band Dead Kennedys, with clips from some of their live concerts and footage of landmark San Francisco locations of the punk music scene. Jello Biafra and The Dead Kennedys show why they're the kings of satire in 9 live early performances.
This 58 minute DVD video is one of the Dead Kennedy's last ever live concerts, captured on film just months before their breakup in 1984. This 14-song performance at San Francisco's On Broadway catches Jello and company at the height of their punk powers.
The tale of two brothers, Moses and Ramses: united by love, divided by destiny, they lead their two nations in an epic struggle between slavery and liberty. The Hebrews were slaves in Egypt 3,300 years ago. When Moses, a Hebrew baby raised as a brother to the Egyptian prince, learned of his true origins, he was thrust into a new life, leading his people to freedom.
"Between The Lines" is exactly that. It is not only a concert, but a film that shares what happened backstage and in the days surrounding the Fillmore show. This is very much a personal portrait of who Sara Bareilles is and where she comes from, including a performance in Sausalito with some of her best friends...all against the beautiful backdrop of the Northern California Coast.
Live at the Palladium is a live concert DVD by the punk band Bad Religion, released in March 2006. It features footage from two nights at the Palladium in Hollywood, California on November 21 and 22, 2004.
A Night In Vienna was recorded at Musikverein in Vienna, Austria on Friday, November 21st, 2003. The Gala Concert was part of the 175th anniversary celebrations for Bosendorfer. During the festive week which would climax with the concert, the President of Austria wished to bestow on Peterson in person the nation's highest award for the Arts & Sciences.
This DVD features live performances from the band's 2007 show at Theater of the Living Arts in Philadelphia, as well as from their concert in Baltimore at The Recher Theatre on July 12. ATR fans also are treated to tons of bonus goodies on the new DVD, including behind-the-scenes footage, band and fan interviews, a live photo slideshow and all of the band's videos.
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The Sting is a live album and DVD by the band W.A.S.P. Originally released as a DVD/CD set, it is also available as a CD on its own. The concert was originally recorded and shown as a live webcast, which happened during the bands Helldorado World Tour. The DVD of the show (and the webcast) is the first live footage of the band to feature Blackies signature microphone stand, dubbed 'Elvis' by band and fans alike. This album according to band members is known as "The Sting". It is alleged that Blackie is unhappy with the way the DVD and CD were produced, feeling that the sound is of an inferior quality