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AC/DC - Dirty Deeds
This is the ultimate critical review of a legendary band, from the early days playing obscure clubs to conquering the world. For many fans, Bon Scott was a legendary front man without equal, and his powerful voice was the key to a host of classic hits from Whole Lotta Rosie to Let There Be Rock. After his tragic death, the virtually unknown Brian Johnson stepped into the breach, and Ac/Dc came storming back with the classic album Back In Black. This unique DVD and book set draws together a team of Ac/Dc insiders to review the legacy of probably the best hard rock band the world has ever seen. With interviews from Bon Scott and Angus Young, plus the inside story from Pete Way of UFO who toured with the band, this is essential for all Ac/Dc fans. The book also features an in-depth biography of the band, a chronology and a track-by-track analysis of Ac/Dc's studio albums. Deluxe 4 DVD / 116 page book set.
[Abstract Sounds] All Regions
Adams, Ryan - Live in Jamaica
American singer/songwriter, Ryan Adams is the latest in a line of artists who have taken part in the very entertaining Music in High Places series. The stripped back feel of the series really suits Adams' style and songs. Favouring an acoustic, almost unplugged sound, the songs transpose brilliantly when stripped back even more, and when you throw in some of the local Jamaican influences, you have a very relaxed and groovy sound.
[Image]Region 2
Band - The Last Waltz
The Band, one of the most respected musical groups during the late '60s and early 70's ended their career with a final concert in San Francisco in 1976.

They brought together one of the greatest line-ups of rock musicians ever assembled on one stage.

Lovingly filmed by Martin Scorsese, The Last Waltz features probing interviews with the group. It is a poignant look at a spectacular musical celebration, captured with an intimate style. The Last Waltz not only spotlights a wealth of great music, but serves as a salute to the end of an era.
[MGM]Region 2
Catamenia - Bringing the Cold to Pland
"Bringing the Cold to Poland" contains just over 50 minutes of a live show recorded in the Stodola Club in Warsaw, Poland.
[CD Maximum]Region 0
Corea & Gary Burton, Chick - Live at Montreux
Live performance from the jazz fusion keyboard player and his band, recorded at the Montreux Jazz Festival in 2004.
[Eagle]Region 0
Death Cab for Cutie - Drive Well, Sleep Careful
Fasten your seat belts and join Seattle indie rock band Death Cab for Cutie on tour for some energetic performances, musings about music culture, backstage revelations and all the ups and downs of life on the road. Poised for the big time, the introspective rockers talk about their creative process, tell the stories behind some of their songs and speculate about their future on this video that captures a band at a critical stage in its growth.
[Plexifilm] Region 0
Drones - Live in Madrid
Australian band the Drones perform live in Madrid at the Gruta 77 club on this release. The show was captured on camera in 2007 and features songs such as "Dog Eared," and "Jezebel."
[Munster] Region 0
Dylan, Bob - No Direction Home
This two-part film, directed by Martin Scorsese, which focuses on the singer-songwriter's life and music from 1961-66, includes never-seen performance footage and interviews with artists and musicians whose lives intertwined with Dylan's during that time.

Dylan talks openly and extensively about this critical period in his career. For the first time, The Bob Dylan Archives has made available rare treasures from its film, tape and stills collection, including footage from Murray Lerner's film "Festival" documenting performances at the 1963, 1964 and 1965 Newport Folk Festivals and previously unreleased outtakes from the famed 1967 documentary "Don't Look Back".
[Paramount]Region 2
Eaglesmith, Fred - Small Beers Tour
This compilation combines intimate interview footage with the best live performances from Canadian singer-songwriter Fred Eaglesmith, including gigs in Amsterdam and Leeuwarden, the Netherlands. Tracks include "I Ain't Ever Givin' Up," "Share Croppin'," "Codeine," "Freight Train," "I Lost Her to Bingo," "Ship," "York Road," "Drive-In Movie," "Crashin' & Burnin'," "Evelyn" and "Soft on My Shoulder."
Ebba Grön - Ebba the Movie
Ebba Grön började sin karriär på ungdomsgården Oasen i Stockholmsförorten Rågsved. De reagerade på sin samtid och deras råa, täta och inspirerande musik har överlevt alla trender och är minst lika populär idag. 1979 kom bandets debutalbum "We're only in it for the drugs". Den följdes av "Kärlek & uppror" 1981, "Ebba Grön" 1982 och "Samlade singlar" 1983. När långfilmen "Ebba the movie" kom 1982 anade man redan att uppbrottet inte var långt borta. Den 21 februari 1983 mottog den svenska nyhetsbyrån TT Ebba Gröns avskedsbrev.
[SF]Region 2
Epica - Retrospect
Epica celebrates a decade of success with this limited edition (4000 copies) 2 DVD/3 CD set. The show was filmed with 10 high definition cameras and is edited, mixed, and mastered by Jochem Jacobs at Split Second Sounds. The release was captured this past March during the band's very special sold-out 10th anniversary performance in front of thousands of ecstatic fans at Klokgebouw (Bell Building) in Eindhoven, the Netherlands. The 3 hour concert is presented here up close and in your face, with a level of energy, musicianship, and dynamism about which most bands can only dream.
[Nuclear Blast] Region 0
Foo Fighters - Everywhere but Home
Foo Fighters have established themselves as a premier alternative rock band, offering a mixture of bittersweet harmonies and full-on rock anthems. Their formidable live act is second to none, and EVERYWHERE BUT HOME cements their reputation with a combination of stadium shows, festival appearances, and intimate acoustic performances. Endearing behind the scenes footage illustrates the goofy nature of the band, with singer Dave Grohl displaying all his gentlemanly charms. Tracks include "Monkey Wrench," "All My Life," "Learn To Fly," "Everlong," and more.
[RCA]Region 0
Freddy Fender - King of Tex Mex Live
2003 live concert at the Riverside Casino, Laughlin, Nevada, packed with Fender's well-loved hits - along with exciting covers - in styles ranging from rockabilly to pop to traditional Mexican dance music. Freddy also appears in an interview interspersed with revealing glimpses of the band's backstage life.
[Immortal]Region 0
Gaye, Marvin - Greatest Hits: Live in '76

This concert was recorded live on Marvin Gaye's first European tour in 1976. Filmed in Amsterdam, Holland, before a sold-out audience, this show was one of Marvin Gaye's rare live performances, now forever captured on film.
[Eagle]Region 0
Gene - Live
Jam-packed full of extras from yonderyears including their sell out Royal Albert Hall show, footage from one of their many shows at the Forum, fan interviews, US tour snippets, band interviews and of course a triumphant live show from the Sheffield Leadmill. This double DVD does Gene proud and celebrates their criminally underexposed back catalogue which stretches from 1994-2004, when they decided to call it a day. They will be sorely missed.
[ILC] Region 0
Genesis - Inside 1975-1980
When Peter Gabriel left Genesis in 1975 the critics claimed the band would wither and die. Phil Collins stepped out from behind the drum kit and the revitalised Genesis produced an amazing series of albums, which bridged the divide between art rock and commercialism. Using the actual words of the band and critics, Inside Genesis is the definitive critical review of the music of Genesis from Trick of the Tail to Duke. A period which saw Genesis grow from progressive icons to become one of the biggest grossing acts in the world. This DVD features Rare concert performances from the Duke tour as well as previously unreleased interviews with the band.
[Classic Rock]Region 0
Gray, Macy - Live in Las Vegas
R&B diva Macy Gray brings her one-of-a-kind voice and distinctive lyrics to the stage in this concert video. Macy Gray Live in Las Vegas includes the songs & I Try, & Do Something, & Sweet Baby,& Sexual Revolution, & When I See You Again, & She Ain't Right for You, and many more 14 Tracks in all.
[Black Hill]Region 0
Hellacopters - Goodnight Cleveland
"Goodnight Cleveland" is a documentary film directed by Jim Heneghan chronicling The Hellacopters North American tour in 2002 in support of their album "High Visibility".

The film was shot with one camera and a sound person using the techniques of Direct Cinema and Cinéma vérité and is noted for its lack of dramatic arc which captures the boredom and tedium of touring life in a very realistic way.
[Escapi]Region 0
Hornsby, Bruce - The Way it Is
Live 1990 performance from the singer-songwriter, recorded at the Live Music Hall in Cologne, and featuring tracks such as 'The Way It Is', 'The Show Goes On' and 'Another Day'.
[EV Classics]Region 0
Ian, Scott - Swearing Words in Glasgow
Legendary heavy metal musician, author, and television personality SCOTT IAN had a lot to say on the European and United States legs of his ground-breaking Swearing Words Tour. After decades-worth of international touring with Anthrax, bumping elbows with illustrious (and sometimes ridiculous) characters all over the media spectrum, and undergoing general 'you won t believe this' experiences Scott Ian certainly had some hilarious and surprisingly personal stories to share. 'Swearing Words' is an honest look at the insane life that Scott has led for the last 31 years, the people he s met, and the events that coincide.
[Caroline]Region 0
Imagine Dragons - Smoke + Mirrors Live
Rock band Imagine Dragons perform live in Toronto, Ontario as a part of their world tour in support of their 2015 sophmore record "Smoke + Mirrors".
[Eagle]Region 0
Jackson, MIchael - Number Ones
"Number Ones" was released in conjunction with the promotion for Jackson's greatest hits album, of the same name (although the album and DVD have different songs). The DVD contained fifteen music videos, which was directed and produced by various people. It consists of music videos filmed and released by Jackson from 1979's "Off the Wall" to 2001's "Invincible". Just like the album, the DVD has four different covers.
[Epic]Region 0
Jones, George - The Race is On
On a hot spring night in May, the rolling hills of Tennessee came alive and rocked again to the pure country sounds of George Jones, country music¹s greatest living singer. Fans crowded the stage with hands full of flowers while cowboy hats waved in the air to salute country music's living legend. George Jones, Country Music's Hall of Fame and Pioneer Award winner, is captured "Live in Tennessee" at a sellout performance in the Knoxville Civic Coliseum. See for yourself the magic as George Jones thrills the audience and experience for yourself the one-of-a-kind performance of the classic songs that have made George Jones famous throughout a career that spans four decades.
[Immortal]Region 0
Jones, Norah - Live in New Orleans
With over 4 million copies of her debut album sold in the U.S. Norah Jones has quickly established herself as a major talent. This live performance was filmed at the House of Blues in New Orleans, and features a variety of original material, and cover versions. Tracks include "Something Is Calling You," "Comes Love," "What Am I To You" and many more.
[Blue Note]Region 0
Keane - Strangers
Chronicling Keane's meteoric rise to fame in the mid-2000s, this behind-the-scenes documentary offers hours of extra features, including in-depth interviews, rehearsal footage, international videos and live performances from on stage and in the studio. And the best part? The interactive format allows you to choose when you want to access more information, making for a customized visit with the piano-based pop trio.
Marillion - EMI Singles Collection
This compilation is the first official DVD release from EMI of Marillion material.

This updated video compilation features all recorded promo videos from the EMI years: 1982-1995.

Special features include a photo gallery, complete lyrics for all tracks, and a Marillion discography - plus a special bonus hidden track.
[EMI]Region 0
Matogrosso, Ney
This album was recorded live in December 2004 at SESC Pinheiros to commemorate the anniversary of broadcaster Channel Brazil. In it, Ney Matogrosso presents an eclectic repertoire including his greatest hits and given new arrangements with instrumentalists chosen by him, forming a suit of high quality plucked strings.
[Universal]Region 0
McGraw, Tim - Greatest Video Hits
Country singer Tim McGraw has nine of his videos collected on this DVD.
[ILC Music]Region 0
Morgan, Lee - I called him Morgan
On a snowy night in February 1972, celebrated jazz musician Lee Morgan was shot dead by his wife Helen during a gig at a New York City club. The murder sent shockwaves through the jazz community, and the memory of the event still haunts all who knew the Morgans.


This documentary by Swedish filmmaker Kasper Collin is a love letter to two unique personalities and the music that brought them together. A film about love, jazz and America.
[Studio S]Region 2
Morrissey - The Jewel in the Crown
He attracted mass adulation, critical respect and wholesale success from almost the first day he stepped onto a stage with The Smiths, yet Morrissey seems to become more and more of a cultural icon with each passing year. And while most of his contemporaries from the 1980s have either faded away, lost relevance or morphed into little more than nostalgia acts, Mozzer remains arguably the only artist to have emerged in the wake of punk yet kept huge appeal for each new generation of music fans. This film charts Morrissey's solo career from the day the Smiths were no more up to the present. And with the aid of rare footage, exclusive interviews, contributions from those closest to the man himself, and a host of other features, proffers a unique and uncensored look at the life, career and music of the most influential performer to have emerged over the past 30 years.
[Chrome Dreams]Region 0
Napalm Death - Punishment in Capitals
Filmed at a gig at the London ULU in April 2002 in benefit of a campaign to stop scientific tests on animals this DVD showcases around 25 of the grindcore legends finest tracks from 1987's "Scum" through to 2000s "Enemy Of The Music Business".
The DVD also features a new track from the "Order Of The Leech" album released in November 2002 titled "Narcoleptic".
[Snapper]Region 0
Nightwish - End of Innocence
END OF INNOCENCE consists of a two-hour documentary on metal band Nightwish, which is complemented by music videos for the songs "Over the Hills and Far Away" and "End of the World."

Having just toured the States, the international phenomenon known as Nightwish are about to unleash their new DVD. Included are "End Of Innocence" documentary, "4th of July in Norway" live footage, Summer Breeze 2002 live footage, Music videos, MTV Brazil Interview, and Photo gallery.
[Spinefarm]Region 2
Owl City - Live in Los Angeles
Owl City is the creation of Adam Young, a Minnesota native who started making music at home and building up a fanbase via the internet before breaking worldwide in 2009. This DVD was filmed in high definition at Club Nokia on July 21, 2011, and includes tracks from their recent album "All Things Bright And Beautiful," and more. Also included is behind the scenes and Young interview.
[EV] Region 0
Paul Carrack - Live in Liverpool
This live DVD was filmed at the Liverpool Philharmonic Hall in 2005.

The first set is an acoustic set this along with the bonus features takes up one DVD. The second set is Rock and Soul orientated and takes up room on the second DVD, the second set is of course accompanied by more bonus features.
[Dash]Region 0
Pendergrass, Teddy - From Teddy with Love
Teddy Pendergrass first rose to fame as the vocalist with Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes, and then went on to a successful solo career as one of R&B's great love men, scoring five multiplatinum albums in a row and landing a fistful of singles on the charts. Pendergrass lost the use of his legs in a 1982 auto accident, but he bravely held on to his will to perform, and from his wheelchair is still knocking audiences flat around the world. Teddy Pendergrass: From Teddy With Love is a concert video recorded in Los Angeles during the Valentine's Day show on his 2002 tour; Teddy and his band play fourteen songs, including "If You Don't Know Me By Now", "Love TKO", "You're My Latest, My Greatest Inspiration", "Turn Off The Lights", and ten others.
Region 0
Pet Shop Boys - Somewhere in Concert
The synth-pop duo of Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe take their fans on a journey before, during, and after their sold-out stand at the Savoy Theater in London. Part documentary and part concert, the Pet Shop Boys perform both covers and originals such as "Somewhere," "Rent," "Being Boring," "Left to My Own Devices," and more.
[Eagle]Region 0
Pop, Iggy - Jesus? This is Iggy
A superb documentary on pioneering punk rocker Iggy Pop, featuring interviews with Pop himself, along with footage of the former Stooges frontman performing songs such as 'Lust forLife', 'TV Eye', 'Search & Destroy', 'China Girl' and more, running time 51 minutes).
[Arte]Region 0
Presley, Elvis - 25th Anniversary
Australian exclusive 25th Anniversary Limited Gold Edition 8-disc DVD [Region Free PAL] box set featuring 16 one hour in-depth episodes featuring over 200 exclusive interviews plus film and TV-performances and rare live footage, presented in an individually NUMBERED (#004000) gold slipcase!
R.E.M. - Tourfilm
"Tourfilm" is a documentary-style concert film that chronicles the band's 1989 "Green" tour of North America. Produced by frontman Michael Stipe and director Jim McKay, the black-and-white film features aspects of avant-garde and experimental filmmaking, including handheld camera shots and stock footage.
[Warner]Region 0
Rage Against the Machine - Battle of Mexico
Outside Mexico City's Sports Pavilion hundreds of young Rage fans rattle metal fences and throw rocks at the increasingly nervous police. Inside, a seething crowd of 5,000 lucky ticket holders cram into the cavernous pavilion chanting anti-government slogans and poking their middle fingers into the thick, sweaty air while waiting for Rage Against the Machine to storm the stage.

Longtime supporters of various political causes in Mexico, Rage were performing for the very first time in Mexico City. The connection between the audience and the band is electric. From the early "all hell can't stop us now" chant in "Guerilla Radio" to the blood-curdling screams in the finale of "Freedom", there is an urgency at this show that is unrivaled. This is live rock'n'roll as it's meant to be heard: fierce, funky, uncompromising. This is Rage Against the Machine in their finest hour.
[SMV]Region 0
Rage Against the Machine - Grand Olympic
Rage Against The Machine performed their last ever shows on September 12 and 13th, 2000. Having paved the way for many alternative bands in the 90s, and proving once and for all that pop and politics do mix, the band decided to quit while they were ahead. Fortunately a camera crew were on hand to capture the action from their emotional farewell shows, providing an intense document of the final hours of the band.
[Epic]Region 0
Red Hot Chili Peppers - Off the Map
California's Red Hot Chili Peppers have, over the course of their long and tumultuous career, gone from being a frisky, sex-obsessed local funk band to becoming highly influential hitmakers whose poppy funk has attracted millions of fans. OFF THE MAP is the band's first concert film in 10 years, and captures the Peppers in a typically hyper and exhilarating performance of hits including "Scar Tissue," "Suck My Kiss," "Under the Bridge," and a funky cover of Bob Dylan's "Subterranean Homesick Blues."
[Warner/Reprise]Region 0
Rolling Stones - Some Girls
The Rolling Stones 1978 tour of the USA in support of that year's "Some Girls" album is considered by fans to be one of their very best.

By the time the band arrived in Texas in mid-July the album had hit the No. 1 spot on the US charts. The tour took a back to basics approach, with the band and their music very much at the forefront and little or no elaborate staging. Filmed at the Will Rogers Memorial Center in Fort Worth, Texas, on July 18th, 1978, this concert is typical of the tour with the Rolling Stones delivering a raw, energetic performance in front of a crowd who are clearly loving the show.
[Eagle]Region 0
Simon & Garfunkel - Concert in Central Park
Years after they both inaugurated successful solo careers, the archetypal folk-rock duo reunited for a concert in their hometown. The performance, in New York City's Central Park, was a major media event, and there's an undeniable air of pageantry to the proceedings. Bringing together several generations of listeners, THE CONCERT IN CENTRAL PARK, as captured on this compelling aural document, delighted longtime Simon and Garfunkel fans and undoubtedly made many new ones. The album functions as a comprehensive live best-of, as the two stroll through immaculate, slightly revamped versions of their classics as well as some solo Simon hits. There's the fragile folk poetry of "April, Come She Will," the Latin spice of Simon's "Me and Julio Down by the Schoolyard," the generational anthem "Mrs. Robinson." Things close out on an appropriately unsettling note with a poignant version of the band's breakthrough hit "Sounds of Silence."
[Sony]Region 0
Slipknot - Disasterpieces
Featuring the band in their element - the live arena - this full-length live show is a stunning mix of visual mayhem and brutal, extreme heavy metal. No band around can top the Slipknot experience, with concussion bombs, flames, lasers, rotating drum risers and a whole lot more going on, you're simply not going to be able to take your eyes off the on-screen carnage. All of Slipknot's music videos are also presented, including the never-before-seen animated promo for "Wait & Bleed."
[Roadrunner]Region 0
Smith, Patti - Dream of Life
Less a documentary than a slightly trippy home movie, Steven Sebring's DREAM OF LIFE gathers about 10 recent years' worth of footage of the rock icon Patti Smith: in performance, lolling on Baudelaire's grave, protesting the war in Iraq, strolling Coney Island with her children (who are so physically and spiritually similar to the artist as to appear almost as fractal emanations of her), jamming on acoustic guitars with old friend and former lover Sam Shepard, and chatting openly to the camera without a trace of self-consciousness. On the soundtrack is the elegiac narration by the artist herself, along with her incantatory poetry and music. The absence of portentous voiceovers or aggrandizing talking heads underscores the intimacy and humble quality of the production, although the plethora of cameo shots of members of rock music royalty indicates the wide-ranging influence Smith has had since the mid-1970s.
[Atlantic]Region 2
Springsteen, Bruce - Live in New York
In 1999, Bruce Springsteen reunited with his beloved E Street Band and took off on a mammoth worldwide tour that featured rare performances of gems from his entire career, ending with a triumphant 10-night stand in New York City's Madison Square Garden. This fabulously shot concert film captures songs from the brilliant final two nights, June 29 and July 1, 2000, in which Bruce and the E Streeters pulled out all the stops, tearing up the Garden with exhilarating versions of such old stand-bys as "Prove It All Night" and "Born to Run" as well as such rarer numbers as "My Love Will Not Let You Down."
[SMV]Region 0
Springsteen, Bruce - Video Anthology
Bruce Springsteen - the Boss - features in this definitive compilation chronicling his career between 1978 and 2000. All the hits are here, and plenty besides, from 'Born in the USA' and 'Dancing in the Dark' to 'The Streets of Philadelphia' and 'The Ghost of Tom Joad' - plus some rare acoustic performances.
[CMV]Region 0
Stéphane Sednaoui: Work of the Director
Stéphane Sednaoui career started 30 years ago exploring various film and photographic territories. He covered with success the genres of music video, photojournalism, portrait photography and pop culture. As a music video director, he made "Give It Away" (Red Hot Chili Peppers), "Sly" (Massive Attack), "Mysterious Ways" (U2), "Big Time Sensuality" (Björk), "Fever" (Madonna) and "German Bold Italic" (Towa Tei feat. Kylie Minogue.
[Palm]Region 0
Stone Roses - Made in Stone
In 2012, a resurrection no-one thought possible took place when legendary band, The Stone Roses reformed after 16 years.

With unprecedented access to previously unseen archive footage, Made of Stone is a revealing journey through the life of one of the most revered and influential bands in British music history.

Acclaimed film-maker Shane Meadows brings his unique directorial style, humour and emotional depth to the film, capturing the band at work and in their everyday lives as they rehearsed for their much-anticipated reunion, which culminated in three triumphant homecoming gigs at Manchester's Heaton Park in front of 220,000 adoring fans.

Incorporating never-seen-before material spanning the band's musical history, the personal experiences of many of those touched by the band and their music, and unparalleled access to the record-breaking sell-out concerts which took place in summer 2012, this is the definitive record of the definitive band of the past 25 years.
[Njuta Films]Region 2
Stranglers - Friday the 13th
Probably the most enduring band of the UK punk/new wave era, the legendary Stranglers perform live at London's spectacular Royal Albert Hall. Accompanied by the Electra Strings (an 18 piece all female orchestra) the group perform all their classic hits.
[EV Classics] Region 0
Tupac: Resurrection
Rap legend Tupac Shakur's life was cut short in 1996 when he died as a result of multiple gunshot wounds. This film provides an authorized account of his life, with his mother Afeni Shakur serving as a producer. Also making it unique is the use of otherwise unattainable material from the MTV archives. Through audio and interviews recorded before his death, Tupac's story is presented along with his music, poetry, rare photographs and home movies.
[Paramount] Region 1
U2 - Elevation 2001: Live from Boston
One of the most famous rock bands in the world, Ireland's U2 have refused to accept their incredible success with complacency and laziness. Rather than stagnating and continuing to pump out songs based on a formula that has proven amazingly popular, the band continue to grow and innovate, taking a particular interest in the possibilities of technology. ELEVATION is a concert film which captures Bono and the boys live in Boston in 2001. Directed by Hamish Hamilton with 20 cameras, the film is an interactive experience which lets the viewer dictate different perspectives and angles of viewing.
[Island]Region 0
Upchurch, Phil - In Concert
Phil Upchurch - In Concert: Ohne Filter movie was released Oct 28, 2003 by the Music Video Distributors studio. Prolific and virtuosic Chicago guitarist Phil Upchurch has played on albums by such artists as Howlin' Wolf, John Lee Hooker, Muddy Waters, and Stan Getz, while his solo career yielded the infamous and ubiquitous instrumental, "You Can't Sit Down." Phil Upchurch - In Concert: Ohne Filter movie This concert, held at the Ohne Filter studios in Baden-Baden, Germany, on October 28, 1992, features such songs as "6 to 4," "What Ever Happened to the Blues?" and "Angel Eyes."
[Inakustik]Region 0
v/a - A Tribute to Gram Parsons
Return to Sin City: A Tribute to Gram Parsons celebrates an artist who made his greater mark in the years following his death and has become a contemporary music icon. The late, great Gram Parsons refused to let anyone call his music "country rock." With the soul of a true cowboy, he just couldn't be fenced in. His vision was much more grandiose than the words "country rock" would allow. The cosmic American music of Gram Parsons celebrated diversity. Sure, the broken hearted sentiment of country music was firmly rooted in his musical upbringing. But so was the burning urgency of soul music's dramatic melodies as well as the sweet, uplifting, revelatory harmonies of gospel choirs and of course the hip shaking, hand clapping strut and boogie of rock and roll music. Thirty years after his untimely death in Joshua Tree, CA., musicians and music lovers still name check Gram Parsons with the utmost awe and respect. He saw beyond labels and boundaries in music and in life. In his time he influenced the music of his prot#g# Emmylou Harris, as well as his friends the Rolling Stones and the Byrds. He was the first longhair country boy-just ask any of the outlaws from Willie Nelson to Kris Kristofferson-someone who could bring country music to the closed minds of those who previously dismissed it as "hillbilly" or "hick" while turning on many a good ol' boy to the sounds of sweet soul music.
[Image]Region 0
v/a - Warming by the Devil's Fire
Director Charles Burnett presents a tale about a young boy's encounter with his family in Mississippi in 1955, and intergenerational tensions between the heavenly strains of gospel and the devilish moans of the blues.


Bonus performances from Willie Dixon. Interview with Charles Burnett.
[Snapper]Region 0
Van Halen - Live from Australia 1998
Recorded live at Sydney Entertainment Centre, April 20, 1998.
[Room 101]Region 0
various - Beat Club: Progressive Times
A series of DVDs on progressive rock, as they were broadcasted on the German TV on a show called beatclub. Original early 70;s appearances in great quality.
[Orange]Region 0
Wilson, Mary - Live at the Sands
Mary Wilson is an best known as a member of the Motown soul and pop group The Supremes. On this DVD, Wilson performs her 2005 show "Up Close & Personal" at the Sands Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, where she sings ballads and standards in addition to Supremes' hits. Wilson was the only Supreme who remained in the group from the time it was formed in 1959, as The Primettes, until the very end, when the group was disbanded in 1977.
[Paradise MediaWerks]Region 0
Vreeswijk, Cornelis - Cornelis
Tom Alandhs film om Cornelis, riksbusen som blev genial poet och som sjöng Bellman som ingen annan och Taube bättre än Taube själv. En tolvårig pojke flyttar från Holland till Sverige med sina föräldrar. Ett liv senare har han sjungit Bellman som ingen annan och Taube bättre än Taube själv. Och skrivit egna visor som älskas av hela svenska folket, kanske mer nu än någonsin, tio år efter hans död. Cornelis - riksbusen som blev genial poet. Det är om hans liv och hans konst den här filmen handlar.

Som bonus finns en 45 minuter lång inspelning från Mosebacke Etablissement.
[SVT]Region 2
Yellowjackets - New Morning
Paris is obviously one of the Yellowjackets' favorite cities when it comes to performing live. In March 2008, they filmed their live DVD The Paris Concert at The New Morning (a well-known Paris jazz club). It isn't hard to understand why the Yellowjackets think highly of Paris from a jazz standpoint; France has some of the world's most knowledgeable and enthusiastic jazz fans, and given the hellbent-for-improvisation outlook that the Yellowjackets have had since 1990's Greenhouse, it makes perfect sense for them to record in one of the world's more jazz-friendly cities.
[Inakustik]Region 0
Young, Neil - Heart of Gold
In March 2005, Neil Young was diagnosed with a brain aneurysm. Four days before he was scheduled for a lifesaving operation, he headed to Nashville, where he wrote and recorded the country folk album PRAIRIE WIND with old friends and family members. After the successful operation and recovery period, he returned to Nashville that August to play at the famed Ryman Auditorium, once again gathering together friends and family for this special performance.

2-Disc Collectors Edition
[Paramount]Region 2