LP  Singles  CD  [DVD]  Books  Magazines  LaserDisc  Other
 A  B  C  D  E  F  G  H  I  J  K  L  M  N  O  P  Q  R  S  T  U  VW  XYZ  Å Ä Ö  Svensk Film / TV  Television  Children's Movies / Barnfilm  [Music]  BluRay


Aimee Mann
"Live at St Ann's Warehouse" 125:-

This set includes a live DVD of the concert plus a bonus CD. Included are 2 never before released new songs from her upcoming album, interviews with performers, backstage footage, photo gallery with new live photos.
[SuperEgo]Region 0
Alice Cooper
"Prime Cuts" 80:-

A comprehensive visual biography that will take you through the legend of Alice Cooper from before "I'm Eighteen" to "Poison" and beyond. There has never been anyone quite like Alice Cooper in the history of Rock 'n' Roll.
[Sanctuary]Region 0
Art Farmer
"Live in 64" 100:-

Jazz flugelhornist and trumpeter Art Farmer performs live in London in 1964 accompanied by guitarist Jim Hall, drummer Pete LaRoca and bass player Steve Swallow.
[Jazz Icons]Region 0
Arthur Grumiaux - Beethoven, Mendelssohn, Paganini
Arthur Grumiaux was a Belgian violinist, considered by some to have been "one of the few truly great violin virtuosi of the twentieth century". He has been noted for having a "consistently beautiful tone and flawless intonation". English music critic and broadcaster, Edward Greenfield wrote of him that he was "a master virtuoso who consistently refused to make a show of his technical prowess".
[EMI]Region 2
Band - The Last Waltz
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"...
[MGM]Region 2
Beatles - Eight Days a Week
(2016 Ron Howard) 50:-

In 1962 four young men came together to form the 20th century musical phenomenon known as, "The Beatles". The band stormed Europe in 1963, and, in 1964, they conquered America.

Their groundbreaking world tours changed global youth culture forever and, arguably, invented mass entertainment as we know it today. However the relentless pressure of such unprecedented fame, that in 1966 became uncontrollable turmoil, led to the decision to stop touring. In the ensuing years The Beatles were then free to focus on a series of albums that changed the face of recorded music.
[Noble]Region 2
Benny Carter All-Stars - same
Den legendariska Benny Carter, den stora altsaxspelaren, omges här av en sann All-Star-grupp bestående av Nat Adderley på trumpet, Red Norvo på vibrafon, Horace Parlan på piano, Red Mitchell på bas och Ronnie Gardiner på trummor. Det är en minnesvärt konsert med melodier från den stora amerikanska sångboken, inklusive Nat Adderley som sjunger sin egen klassiska jazzkomposition "" Work Song "".
[Gazell]Region 2
Black Sabbath
"The Last Supper" 80:-

There was something genuinely heart-warming about the decision by Black Sabbath's founding members to take to the road again in 1999. The fractious intra-band relationships that have characterised Black Sabbath's long career were a major inspiration for the writers of This is Spinal Tap, and so there was something pleasingly symmetrical and evocative of the closing scenes of that fine film about the Sabs' reunion.

The concert footage was taken from six of the concerts on that tour. It is conclusive proof that the original quartet of Osbourne, Iommi, Butler and Ward--or, in Osbourne's words, "four dickheads from Aston, near Birmingham"-­were every bit as exuberantly juvenile a rock & roll band in their early fifties as their late teens. Also included is a sketchy biography and interviews with the band by Henry Rollins, one of the countless contemporary musicians influenced by Sabbath. It's a nice idea, but the only real weakness of the package is that Ozzy is never granted time to wheel out any of his peerless reserve of grotesque rock & roll anecdotes. Nevertheless, the already formidable case for Osbourne's knighthood is strengthened further.
[SMV]Region 0
Bruce Hornsby - 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
Bruce Springsteen
"Live in Barcelona" 80:-

On October 16, 2002, two months into his world tour in support of The Rising, Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band took the stage of the Palau Sant Jordi in Barcelona, Spain, to create he kind of soul-stirring concert experience that transforms Springsteen neophytes and fans alike into true believers.

"Live in Barcelona" captures Springsteen and the E Street Band at the peak of their form performing a dream set-list of new songs, classic hits, audience favourites, and seldom-heard rarities.
[Sony]Region 0
Bruce Springsteen
Complete Video Anthology 80:-

"Bruce Springsteen Video Anthology 1978-2000" is a double DVD featuring 33 performances spanning 22 years of concerts, music videos, and television appearances by Springsteen.

The two-hour collection represents a complete anthology of Bruce Springsteen videos, as well as rare or previously unreleased bonus performances. In all, 15 of the 33 clips did not appear on the original 1989 home video release.
[CMV]Region 0
Carlene Carter - Live from London
The country music singer Carlene Carter captured live in performance at the Marquee Club in London in 1983. The daughter of country legend John Cash's wife, June Carter Cash, Carlene released her first album in 1978 and continues to tour and record to this day.
[Mediatilsynet]Region 0
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
Chaka Khan
The Jazz Channel presents Chaka 80:-

Recorded live at Black Entertainment Television Studio II in the nation's capital, this hourlong "Jazz Central" concert showcases legendary rhythm-and-blues diva Chaka Khan belting out a variety of jazz standards.
[Image]Region 0
Crossroads Guitar Festival 2004
2-DVD Box Set 125:-

This is a video from Eric Clapton's "Crossroads Guitar Festival", held in June 2004.

Artisits include Eric Clapton, BB King, Buddy Guy, Carlos Santana, Dan Tyminski, David Hidalgo, James Taylor, Jimmie Vaughn, JJ Cale, Joe Walsh, John McLaughlin, Jonny lang, Robert Cray, Steve Vai, Vince Gill, ZZ Top and many others.
[Warner]Region 0
Death Cab for Cutie
Drive Well, Sleep Carefully 50:-

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
Deep Purple
"Concerto for Group and Orchestra" 80:-

Deep Purple's "Concerto for Group and Orchestra" is an event that shouldn't be forgotten. Composed by keyboardist Jon Lord, this three-movement concerto begins as an antagonistic contest between Deep Purple and the 80-piece Royal Philharmonic, under the mediating baton of conductor Malcolm Arnold.

The second movement finds group and orchestra coming to terms with each other, while the third unites them into an integrated whole. Everybody's evidently mystified when guitarist Richie Blackmore hijacks the first movement with an amazing but unexpectedly extended solo, and it's obvious that some of the tuxedoed players aren't too keen about sharing Royal Albert Hall with long-haired rockers. Still, this remains one of the most remarkable efforts to meld "the best of both worlds," and Lord's jovial commentary track guides the viewer/listener through all the musical hazards and highlights.

Originally recorded for British television and superbly remastered for DVD, this premier performance is a must-have for Deep Purple fans, and the casually curious will also be richly rewarded.
[EMI]Region 0
Delbert McClinton
Live from Austin, TX 100:-

You can call Delbert's music "Texas roadhouse blues" if you want to, but you might as well give up trying to pin a label on this guy. He was born in Lubbock, but you'd never know it from the sound of that growling, gravelly, funky voice. Maybe growing up in Fort Worth explains the difference, since he developed his R&B chops early-on playing in the house band at Jack's Place, a notorious, rough-and-rowdy late-night joint. That's where they shared the stage with the likes of legends Bobby Blue Bland and the infamous Jimmy Reed, Delbert's main man. He wandered out to L.A. for awhile and helped propel Emmylou Harris's career with his song, "Two More Bottles of Wine," then released two classic pre -"progressive country" albums with partner Glen Clark.
[New West]Region 0
Doug Sahm
Live from Austin, TX 100:-

Doug Sahm a/k/a Sir Doug was both a Texas rock & roll legend and pioneer. True, there were others before him (Buddy Holly and Roy Orbison come to mind), but the Sir Douglas Quintet counterattacked the British invasion of the mid 1960's with their own brand of Chicano-influenced rock that they had been playing around their hometown of San Antonio. Wearing their tight-fitting English-looking suits, they hit the charts with "She's About a Mover" in '65, riding the waves with Doug's incessant guitar twangs and Augie Meyer's much-imitated, two-to-a-beat Vox electric organ chords.
[New West]Region 0
Dr John
"Live in Montreux 1995" 80:-

Dr. John's distinctive brand of "voodoo" blues combining his inventive piano playing, gravelly voice and the pure essence of New Orleans has made him both a much admired and much loved character in a career that stretches over forty years. Dr. John has graced the Montreux stage on six occasions but this concert from 1995 was his personal choice.
It is an exceptional performance and includes classic tracks such as Iko Iko and Right Place, Wrong Time. As a bonus, there are three additional songs from his earlier concert in 1986.
[Eagle]Region 0
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."
Ed Sullivan - The Soul of Motor City

A collection of some of the very best performances from 'The Ed Sullivan Show' focusing particularly on the Motown Label and other soul greats including Diana Ross and The Supremes and Stevie Wonder.
[Rhino]Region 0
Elton John - To Russia with Elton
Get ready to go on a rock 'n' roll tour of Russia with Elton John!

The ten-day tour takes Elton to Leningrad and Moscow, where he has been invited to perform a series of concerts. Joining Elton on the spectacular tour is brilliant percussionist Ray Cooper. Along with a behind-the-scenes look at putting the stage together - which requires thirteen tons of equipment - and preparing for the shows, we go along with Elton and Ray as they tour the sights and sign autographs for fans. But the highlights, of course, are the concert performances. You've got the best seat in the house to watch this exciting performer play the piano and sing the songs that made him a superstar.
[Atlantic]Region 2
Emerson Lake & Palmer - Live in Montreux 1997
Founded in 1967, the 'Montreux Jazz Festival', has established itself as one of the most prestigious annual music events in the world. The extraordinary list of artists who have played there is drawn from the musical spectrum and from around the world. Now, with the consent of the festival and the artists...Keith Emerson, Greg Lake and Carl Palmer first joined forces in 1970 and went on to become a global success story.
After a break in the eighties they reunited in the early nineties and took to the road once more. In 1997 they made their debut at the Montreux Jazz Festival with a performance that included all their trademark virtuosity and showmanship.
[Eagle]Region 0
"Fados" is a film by Carlos Saura, that outlines the past, the present and the future of the great music of Portugal, and features Fado singers such as Carlos do Carmo, Camané or Mariza, along with performances by Caetano Veloso, Lila Downs, Chico Buarque and Miguel Poveda, among others.
[Cameo]Region 2
Foo Fighters
"Everywhere but Home" 50:-

Over three hours of live Foo Fighters from across their 2002/2003 "One By One" World Tour.
[RCA]Region 0
Gary Moore - Blues for Jimi
This unique concert was filmed at the London Hippodrome on October 25th 2007. It formed a part of the launch for the Jimi Hendrix LIVE AT MONTEREY program and featured Gary Moore and his band performing classic Hendrix tracks. At the end of the night Gary was joined by Mitch Mitchell and Billy Cox of the Jimi Hendrix Experience for three tracks. This is a stunning tribute from one master guitarist to another.
[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 to 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
Hammerfall - One Crimson Night
After quitting Ceremonial Oath, Oscar Dronjak and Jesper Strömblad formed HammerFall with Niklas Sundin and Mikael Stanne, both of whom are members of Dark Tranquillity.

Recorded live at Lisebergshallen, Göteborg, Sweden, on February 20th, 2003.
[Nuclear Blast]Region 0
James Brown - Live at the Boston Garden
April 5th, 1968 - the morning after one of the most catastrophic moments in American history: the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. America's inner cities are imploding and in Boston there is a fragile peace...
The Mayor of Boston is about to cancel a long-scheduled James Brown concert to avoid confrontation - a potentially incendiary move... but after warnings he has a change of heart and asks "Is there something James Brown can do to help?".
[Shout]Region 0
Jimi Hendrix
"Band Of Gypsys: Live At The Fillmore East" 50:-

Nearly three decades after his untimely death in September 1970, Jimi Hendrix's legendary performances with the Band of Gypsy's remain one of his most impressive achievements.
The revolutionary impact Jimi Hendrix, Billy Cox and Buddy Miles had upon the boundaries and definitions of rock, R&B, and funk can be traced to four concerts over the course of two evenings.
[Sony]Region 0
Joe Cocker - Mad Dogs and Englishmen
(1971 Pierre Adidge) 80:-

This classic rock film captures one of the most exciting concert tours ever and defines the spirit of a generation in much the same way as "Woodstock" and "The Last Waltz".
"Mad Dogs and Englishmen" stands today as one of the most dramatic visual records of a tour and a time, with backstage footage, fan interviews and electric performances.
Joe Cocker and friends - among them, Leon Russell and Rita Coolidge - cut loose with close to two dozen incredible songs.
[Universal]Region 0
John Lennon - Sweet Toronto
(1969 D A Pennebaker) 50:-

John Lennon and the Plastic Ono Band played their first and last performance at the Sweet Toronto Peace Festival in 1969 that featured Yoko Ono, famed guitarist Eric Clapton and renown musicians Klaus Voorman (bass) and Alan White (drums).
[Gravity]Region 2
John Lydon - The Best Of British £1 Notes
Compilation of punk legend John Lydon's greatest tracks, from his groundbreaking work with the Sex Pistols, his post-punk music as part of Public Image Limited, as well as his solo work. Also featured are rare live performances from Finsbury Park, Crystal Palace, and the Phoenix Festival.
[EMI]Region 0
The Ultimate Collection 150:-

2 DVD collection in cardboard box containing the DVD "The Immaculate Collection" and "The Video Collection 93:99".
[Warner]Region 0
Manon (Jules Massenet)
(2008 Vincent Patterson) 100:-

This magnificent performance was filmed from live stage performances in 2007, from the Staatsoper Unter den Linden, Berlin. The director and Choreographer Vincent Patterson has updated this 1882 Opera to the 1950's, and the role allows Anna Netrebko ample room to demonstrate her considerable acting skills.
[Deutsche Grammophon]Region 0
Meeting of the Spirits
McLaughlin, de Lucia, Coryell 80:-

In 1979 and 1980 three world renowned guitarists, recognised as the finest exponents of their individual styles, John McLaughlin, Larry Coryell and Paco De Lucia formed a guitar super-trio and toured Europe.
The spell-binding quality of the music that the collaboration created as an ensemble and the dazzling audience reaction to the performances has never been surpassed and has rightfully passed into Jazz folklore. At long last an original, authenticated master of the concert is available for a worldwide audience to experience how the legend that was a 'Meeting of the Spirits' was made.
[Alpha Centauri]Region 0
Musica Cubana
(2003 German Kral) 80:-

En varm film om passionen för Kuba, dess musik och om att lämna över facklan till nästa generation av Buena Vista Social Club.

Barbaro, en typisk taxichaufför från Havanna, möter av en tillfällighet den kände sångaren Pío Leiva, en stjärna från originalbandet ”Buena Vista Social Club”. Barbaro har beundrat Leiva hela sitt liv och försöker övertala Leiva att hjälpa honom att skapa ett nytt band med de bästa unga musikerna på Kuba. Leiva engagerar sig helhjärtat i projektet, och hjälper Barbaro och en grupp begåvade musiker att spela in flera kubanska klassiker och improviserade nya sånger, med deras egen nyskapande stil. Resultatet var en helt enastående live-konsert i Tokyo som också är inkluderad.
[Sandrew Metronome]Region 2
Neil Young - Heart of Gold
(2006 Jonathan Demme) 80:-

Soon after his critically-acclaimed album "Prairie Wind", rock legend Neil Young took the Ryman Auditorium – the historic home of Nashville’s Grand Old Opry – by storm, blowing away the audience with heartfelt renditions of recent songs and classic hits including "The Painter", "Heart Of Gold" and "Harvest Moon".

Surrounded by a hand-picked group of musical companions, including his wife Pegi Young and special guest vocalist Emmylou Harris, Neil Young Triumphs.
[Paramount]Region 1
Neil Young - Rust Never Sleeps
Neil Young and Crazy Horse perform live at San Francisco's Cow Palace on October 22nd 1978.
[Sanctuary]Region 0
Norah Jones - Live in New Orleans
Norah and her band are captured here in an intimate setting at the House of Blues in New Orleans on August 24, 2002.
[Blue Note]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
Paris Reunion Band - For Klook
Denna DVD är en magnifik hyllning till den legendariska trummisen Kenny Clarke som dog 1984 och till Paris Jazz-scen på 1960-talet. Kenny Clarke eller "" Klook "" tillbringade den senare delen av sitt liv i den franska huvudstaden.
[Gazell]Region 2
Paul McCartney - Back in the U.S.
(2002 Mark Haefeli) 80:-

Paul McCartney's tour could have been called "Beatlemania: The Next Generation." Young and old alike come out to his concerts. In addition, Paul has completely come to terms with his past. In addition to performing many Beatles songs, he dedicates "Here Today" to John Lennon, "Something" to George Harrison and "My Love" to Linda McCartney. However, don't get the impression that the concerts are somber remembrances of past glories. All of the songs, old and new, are performed with passion, vitality and a sense of fun. Paul McCartney is a survivor and, as Bruce Springsteen said, it ain't no sin to be glad you're alive.
[Capitol]Region 0
Paul Simon - A Night of Gospel Glory
This is part of the 1988/89 Cinemax Sessions All-Star concerts each featuring another genre. it may be the best of the series. It is an oft-overlooked gem and Paul Simon's most soulful concert guests: Jennifer Holliday (the original lead of Dreamgirls here before her weight loss but with her amazing voice), The Mighty Clouds of Joy, The Oak Ridge Boys (on Slip Sliding Away). the amazing Tata Vega (don't ask don't take your eyes off her) and a very thin Luther Vandross (doing A Change Is Going To Come -- with some of the most amazing melismatic gospel vocal runs in history -- prepared to be blown away) and others.
[Immortal]Region 0
Pearl Jam - Single Video Theory
This fly-on-the-wall documentary follows three days in the life of alternative rockers Pearl Jam, as they rehearse in their hometown of Seattle at the end of 1997. In between live performances, the band discuss their latest album, 'Field', and look back on their career so far.
[Epic]Region 0
Piano Blues
Director (and piano player) Clint Eastwood explores his life-long passion for the piano blues, using a treasure trove of rare historical acts as well as interviews and performances by such living legends as Pinetop Perkins and Jay McShann, as well as Dave Brubeck and Marcia Ball.
[Snapper]Region 0
Pink Floyd - Live at Pompeii
(1972 Adrian Maben) 80:-

The music of Pink Floyd – colourful, imaginative, surrealistic, and highly inventive - lends itself very well to visual interpretation.

Shot in and around an ancient amphitheatre among the ruins of old Pompeii, Pink Floyd treat the viewer to a stunning audio-visual experience.
This session was skillfully recorded in the sun splashed arena by day, and amidst the eerily-lit scene of volcanic destruction by night, and is a perfect transition from audio to video media.
[Universal]Region 0
Puddle of Mudd - Striking that Familiar Chord
The raw emotion of multiplatinum rockers Puddle of Mudd is captured forever on this DVD. Filmed at San Diego’s famed Key Club in High Definition on November 16, 2004, the California rock band’s high octane performance showcases many of their greatest hits, including "Away From Me", "She Hates Me" and the chart-topping "Blurry."
[Eagle]Region 0
Radiohead - Meeting People is Easy
The British rock band Radiohead are an unusually introspective and downbeat group of musicians, which would make them unlikely candidates for international pop stardom. But against all odds, that's what happened to them in the wake of a hit single, "Creep," and press notices that have made them one of the most talked about English groups of the 1990s.

In "Meeting People Is Easy", director Grant Gee watches the band as they record their third album, the highly acclaimed "OK Computer", then head out for an international tour, playing concerts and promoting the record in Europe, Japan, and the United States.
[Parlophone]Region 0
Ray Charles - Genius
A meld of legendary performers and contemporary artists of today that have been influenced by Ray's music, perform in this concert extravaganza. Presented by Quincy Jones, Jamie Foxx, Morgan Freeman and Regina King, to honour a true genius with real soul.

This special contains the extended tribute, tracing Ray's rise to stardom through a climate of adversity, and
celebrates his major contribution to several generations of music. Together with his longtime friends and co-musicians, Quincy Jones, B.B. King and David "Fathead" Newman, we can reminisce about his true genius life.
[Universal]Region 2
Red Hot Chili Peppers - Off the Map
The first ever live video from the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Off The Map includes a collection of the bands greatest live material, recorded at the Portland Memorial Coliseum in September 10, 2000.
[Warner]Region 1
Red, White & Blues
Director Mike Figgis joins musicians such as Van Morrison, Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck and Tom Jones performing and talking about the music of the early 60?s British invasion that reintroduced the blues sound to America.
[Snapper]Region 0
Return to Forever
"Live at Montreux 2008" 100:-

Return To Forever were at the forefront of jazz/rock fusion in the 70s and was formed by a former Miles Davis sideman, the great Chick Corea. They reunited after 25 years at Montreux in 2008.
[Eagle]Region 0
Rhonda Vincent & the Rage - Ragin' Live
The best blue grass music show you could hope to see. Rhonda Vincent is a spectacular musician and vocalist, backed up by some of the very best blue grass musicians in the genre.
[Rounder]Region 0
Ringo & his New All-Starr Band
Ringo Starr hits the road with another group of well-known rock accompanists in this 80-minute program, recorded in 2001 at Chicago's Rosemont Theater. Now, no one--most likely including Ringo himself--will claim that the former Beatle drummer is a great singer or artist, but he's an amiable bandleader with a clutch of solo hits to perform, including "Back Off Boogaloo," "Photograph," and "It Don't Come Easy," not to mention the Fabs' own "Yellow Submarine" and "With a Little Help from My Friends." Add to that the presence of rock dinosaurs Greg Lake (King Crimson, ELP), Roger Hodgson (Supertramp), and Ian Hunter (Mott the Hoople), along with relative youngsters Howard Jones and Sheila E. (all of whom perform one or two of their own best-known songs), and you've got a recipe for a relaxed and appealing stroll down memory lane. DVD bonus features include a brief featurette about the band.
[WM]Region 0
Rolling Stones - Gimme Shelter
(1970 Albert & David Maysles) 150:-

David and Albert Maysles groundbreaking documentary follows the Rolling Stones on their 1969 U.S. tour.

From New York to California in ten days, the filmmakers set out to record the raw sweat and swagger of the world's greatest rock band. By the time the tour ends at the infamous free concert at the Altamont Speedway, the filmmakers have chronicled a combustive mix of violence, chaos and counterculture that has since come to define the end of the Love Generation.
[Criterion]Region 0
Rolling Stones - Shine a Light
Martin Scorsese and the world's greatest rock n' roll band, The Rolling Stones, unite to bring audiences the year's most extraordinary film event, 'Shine A Light'. 'Shine A Light' will show the world Rolling Stones as they've never been seen before. Filmed at the famed Beacon Theatre in New York City in Fall 2006, Scorsese assembled a legendary team of cinematographers to capture the raw energy of the legendary band.
[Nordisk Film]Region 2
Roy Orbison - Black & White Night
In 1987, Roy Orbison crowned his critical rehabilitation with this concert in Los Angeles, where he runs through his greatest hits with the help of some famous friends.
[Universal]Region 0
Rufus Wainwright - Rufus does Judy!
On June 14, 2006, Rufus Wainwright took to the stage to recreate the Greatest Show of All Time in honor of the Greatest Show of All Time: Judy Garland's legendary 1961 concert at Carnegie Hall. He recreated the entire show song-for-song in the very same venue it was recorded at. Garland fanatics feared a fiasco, but the show was a triumph. His sophisticated act of homage to his hero was both a loving tribute and an arch commentary on the original, featuring classics like 'Over The Rainbow', 'Come Rain Or Come Shine' and 'Zing! Went The Strings Of My Heart'. Backed by a 36-piece orchestra and arranged by Broadway's famed Stephen Oremus (Wicked, Avenue Q), Rufus's vocal talent soars over those classic melodies.
[Geffen]Region 0
Ryan Adams - 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
Searching for Sugar Man
(2011 Malik Bendjellou)

In the late '60s, a musician was discovered in a Detroit bar by two celebrated producers who were struck by his soulful melodies and prophetic lyrics. They recorded an album that they believed was going to secure his reputation as one of the greatest recording artists of his generation.
Despite overwhelming critical acclaim, the album bombed and the singer disappeared into obscurity amid rumours of a gruesome on-stage suicide. But a bootleg recording found its way into apartheid South Africa and, over the next two decades, it became a phenomenon. Feature follows two South African fans who set out to find out what really happened to their hero. Their investigation led them to a story more extraordinary than any of the existing myths about the artist known as Rodriguez. This is a film about hope, inspiration and the resonating power of music.
[Warner]Region 2
Simon & Garfunkel
"The Concert in Central Park" 50:-

Simon and Garfunkel perform live in New York's Central Park in September 19, 1981.
[20th Century]Region 1
Sunrise Ave - Live in Wonderland
Sunrise Avenue is a Finnish rock band originally formed in 2002 in Helsinki, Finland. In the early days the band was called Sunrise and the name was changed to Sunrise Avenue in 2003. Their style varies from rock and pop-rock to rock ballads.
[Imagion]Region 0
Talking Heads - Stop Making Sense
(1984 Jonathan Demme) 50:-

Directed by Jonathan Demme, Talking Heads concert film 'Stop Making Sense' film has been re-mixed and re-mastered allowing the brilliance of the music and visuals to take full advantage of state-of-the-art technology.
[VideoFilm]Region 2
Tan Dun: Paper Concerto
Paper, normally a utilitarian material, becomes a solo instrument in Tan Dun's ingenious and inventive Paper Concerto, fusing orchestral music and organic sounds to create accessible, even melodious, music that is almost beyond imagination. Intriguing sounds are created by all manner of different papers, so that they appear elemental rather than simplistic, tapping into something basic in the fabric of our lives. In a remarkable and unforgettable concert experience, Tan Dun directs the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra and soloist Haruka Fujii in a
vivid demonstration of his belief that orchestral music, far from being static and traditional, still has the capacity for experimentation and the power to stimulate in extraordinary ways.
[Opus Arte]Region 0
Tan Dun: Water Concerto
Tan Dun's hypnotic three-movement Water Concerto is intoxicating, both visually and aurally. Using water as a musical instrument, this extraordinary piece uses innovative techniques to explore the musicality of the sounds of water. Virtuoso percussionist and soloist David Cossin displays remarkable genius as he deftly creates unique, sensuous, organic and sometimes celestial sounds using a range of water-based instruments. Conducted by the composer, the distinctive accompaniment of the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra, reflecting Dun's personal combination of Chinese and Western musical traditions, is carefully interwoven and combined with the water percussion to
produce a uniquely enchanting performance.
[Opus Arte]Region 0
Thelonious Monk
"American Composer" 80:-

Monk is a fascinating figure to observe. He is one of the finest composers in all of jazz. He swings hard, and plays in a style that is all his own. This DVD is a candid look inside a complicated man.
[Medici Arts]Region 0
Thin Lizzy
"Greatest Hits" 50:-

A selection of promotional videos / films, plus 'Whiskey In The Jar' in black & white from the UK music show 'Top Of The Pops' (TOTP) from the weekly edition originally broadcast on BBC1 on 1st February 1973.
[Mercury]Region 0
Thin Lizzy
"Live and Dangerous" 100:-

"Live and Dangerous" was recorded in London in 1976, and Philadelphia and Toronto in 1977, with further production in Paris.

It was also the last Thin Lizzy album to feature guitarist Brian Robertson, who left the band shortly after its release.
[Universal]Region 0
Timberlake, Justin - Futuresex/Loveshow
This 2-DVD set captures Justin Timberlake's "FutureSex / LoveShow" from Madison Square Garden in August 2007. It boasts a slew of exclusive extras, including previously unseen backstage and concert footage. Artist commentary, a bonus high-speed music video and candid in-depth interviews with JT, his band and his road crew make this a must-view for any fan of the pop icon.
[HBO]Region 0
Tito Puente - Live in Montreux
Known as the "King of Mambo," Tito Puente is one of Latin music's most loved performers. The rhythms are hot as Tito's band effortlessly bridges the gap between Latin music and jazz with his own compositions such as the Santana classic "Oye Como Va" and the captivating Latin-style scat of "Tito's Especiale." A true legend with a lifelong passion for music, Tito in concert is a joy to experience!
[Universal]Region 0
U2 - The Joshua Tree
All four members of U2 are on hand to reminisce about the making of the album that broke them worldwide - 1987's 'The Joshua Tree'. Producer Brian Eno also reveals the production tricks that gave the songs their distinctively expansive sound, and archive footage captures the band in performance at the time of their recording.
[Isis]Region 0
(1972 Mel Stuart) 80:-

Documentary with a selection from a non-stop 7-hour musical event at Watts, the Los Angeles Coliseum, August 20, 1972. It's a sort of Woodstock event but with black artists, namely the groups Dramatics, Staple Singers, Rance Allen Group, Emotions, Bar Kays, Mel and Tim.
[Warner]Region 1
Who, The
"Live at Kilburn 1977" 125:-

Experience one of the biggest in rock like you'll never heard or seen them before! Featuring one of the final performances by Keith Moon, the 1977 Kilburn, North London, show recorded for 'The Kids Are Alright' is a holy grail for fans after decades of anticipation.
Also included is their powerful, never-before-seen 1969 gig at the London Coliseum. Filled with Who hits and rarely performed favorites, it's the rock discovery you'll never forget!
[Image]Region 0