-- Opening - Jon Stewart -- -- The Seventh Seal -- -- Big Fat Money -- -- Don't Tell Me(What Love Can Do) -- -- Amsterdam -- -- When It's Love -- -- Feelin' -- -- Edward's Solo -- -- Why Can't This Be Love -- -- Finish What Ya Started -- -- Right Now --
If you thought TV shows in which audiences and juries judge musical acts were a relatively new phenomenon, you'd better think again. In the 1970s, such "festivals" were incredibly popular in Brazil. They were recorded before a live studio audience, and usually featured a number of elimination rounds. They also formed the springboard for the career of many a big-name star, such as Chico Buarque, Caetano Veloso, Roberto Carlos and Gilberto Gil. Appearing on such a program was no cakewalk, however: audiences could be as wild in their condemnation as in their appreciation of an artist. Extensive archive footage (including performances and behind-the-scenes interviews) from a turbulent final of the Festival of Brazilian Popular Music one evening in 1967 paints a fascinating picture, not only of the transformation of Brazilian music into real "festival" music, but also of a society starting to buck against the yoke of military rule.
1. Dreams 2. Linger 3. Zombie 4. Ode To My Family 5. I Can´t Be With You 6. Ridiculous Thoughts 7. Salvation 8. Free To Decide 9. When You´re Gone 10. Promises 11. Animal Instinct 12. Just My Imagination 13. You & Me 14. Analyse 15. Time Is Ticking Out 16. This Is The Day 17. Stars
Recorded live at the London Astoria 2 on 14 January 1994. For some unknown reason, the performance of "Sunday" was edited out of this video (and all the other "Live" videos). Also, on the opening screen in the video, there is a mistake: The date is listed as 14 February 1994 (it is actually 14 January)
The Black Crowes are one of the all-time great live rock bands. Their shows are legendary and regularly sell out in record time wherever in the world they play. This new live DVD was filmed on March 20, 2008 at the Wiltern in Los Angeles during the tour in support of their critically acclaimed new studio album "Warpaint". The concert features live versions of the whole of the "Warpaint" album plus a mixture of previously unreleased cover versions and some of their own classics. 1) Goodbye Daughters Of The Revolution 2) Walk Believer Walk 3) Oh Josephine 4) Evergreen 5) We Who See The Deep 6) Locust Street 7) Movin' On Down The Line 8) Wounded Bird 9) God's Got It 10) There's Gold In Them Hills 11) Whoa Mule 12) Poor Elijah - Tribute To Johnson 13) Darling Of The Underground Press 14) Bad Luck Blue Eyes Goodbye 15) Don't Know Why 16) Torn And Frayed 17) Hey Grandma
01 - Please please me 02 - I Saw Her Standing There (live 1964) 03 - Some Other Guy 04 - Love Me Do 05 - She Loves You 06 - She Loves You 07 - From Me To You 08 - This Boy 09 - I Wanna Hold Your Hand 10 - Twist and shout 11 - It Won't Be Long 12 - Can't Buy Me Love 13 - And I Love Her 14 - And I love her (1964) 15 - I Should Have Known Better 16 - If I Fell (A Hard Days Night Concert 1963) 17 - A Hard Day's Night 18 - 'Til There Was You 19 - Baby's In Black (Ready Steady Go 1964) 20 - I'm A Loser - Boys (Shindig 1964 Kansas City) 21 - Eight Days A Week 22 - I Feel Fine 23 - Everybody's Trying To Be My Baby 24 - Ticket to Ride 25 - Another Girl 26 - You've got to hide your love away (1965) 27 - You're Gonna Lose That Girl 28 - Help! 29 - Yesterday 30 - I Need You and more...
Live in Paris, 2005 1. Secret World 2. Call Me Mellow 3. Sowing The Seeds Of Love 4. Pale Shelter 5. Closest Thing To Heaven 6. Mad World 7. Everybody Wants To Rule The World 8. Head Over Heels 9. Shout
London, Queen Mary College, 10 Nov 1977 1. Give A Little Bit 2. Bloody Well Right 3. Lady 4. From Now On 5. Babaji 6. Poor Boy 7. Dreamer 8. Another Man's Woman 9. Hide In Your Shell 10. Fool's Overture
Recorded live at The Ocean Center, Daytona Beach, Florida, USA 1987. TrackList 1. Say What 2. Lookin' Out The Window 3. Look Out Little Sister 4. Ain't Gone And Give Up 5. Superstition 6. Willie The Wimp 7. Cold Shot 8. Couldn't Stand The Weather 9. Life Without You 10. Love Struck Baby 11. Rude Mood
Steve Morse - a player who actually deserves the accolade of "guitarist's guitarist". Now even more widely known thanks to his work in Deep Purple, he spends his spare time... touring! His band Dixie Dregs hit the road whenever they and Steve have the time. This Blu Ray captures them performing in America as well as members of the Dregs backing Steve at an earlier show. With a generous running time, extras, and remastered audio options, it's one no Steve Morse fan should be without. Two full live shows, recorded in 2001 and 1992. Recorded live on the 29th November, 2001, and in New York in 2002, this DVD is an excellent introduction to the world of Steve Dregs and his immaculate country sounds.
This DVD release features a concert filmed in Irvine California for television. At the time Ozzy Osbourne was touring to promote his second solo album Diary of A Madman a tour that was marred by the tragic death of guitarist Randy Rhoads in March 1982 in a freak flying accident. By June 12th 1982 the band were scheduled to play at the Irvine Meadows amphitheatre Irvine, California. By this time Brad Gillis who had replaced Randy Rhoads had been playing with the band for almost two months and had a number of high profile concerts under his belt including a radio broadcast.
Over two hours of up-close and personal behind-the-scenes action from 1997 to 2004, including studio footage, backstage footage, tour bus antics, and live performance clips.
Jamiroquai - London Live Special
On a hot Friday night Jamiroquai performed in Madrid, Spain as part of the Rock in Rio festival. The set list included classic hits such as "High Times", "Seven Days In Sunny June", "Alright", "Cosmic Girl", "Virtual Insanity", "Love Foolosophy" and "Deeper Underground".
01 E5150/After All (The Dead) 02 The Mob Rules 03 Children Of The Sea 04 Lady Evil 05 I 06 The Sing Of The Suthern Cross 07 Voodoo 08 The Devil Cried 09 Computer God 10 Falling Off The Edge Of The World 11 Shadow Of The Wind 12 Die Young 13 Heaven & Hell 14 Lonely Is The Word 15 Neon Knights
01) Weight of the World 02) Sweet Sacrifice 03) Going Under 04) The Only One 05) Cloud Nine 06) Lithium 07) Haunted 08) Tourniquet 09) Call Me When You´re Sober 10) Imaginary 11) Bring Me to Life 12) Whisper 13) All That I´m Living For 14) Lacrymosa 15) My Immortal 16) Your Star 17) Interview with Amy Lee
1. Its Raining Again 2. Emotion 3. Rosanna 4. The Logical Song 5. Roxanne 6. Money 7. Listen to the Music 8. Mrs. Robinson 9. A Horse With No Name / Ventura Highway 10. Tears in Heaven 11. Sailing 12. Kayleigh 13. Follow You Follow Me 14. Instrumental Vocal 15. Wish You Were Here / Breathe (In The Air) 16. I Still Havent Found What Im Looking For 17. Give a Little Bit 18. Instrumental Viola 19. Have You Ever Seen the Rain 20. Every Breath You Take 21. Blowin in the Wind 22. I Want to Break Free 23. Final (Instrumental) Extras: Making of – Na Estrada – Nepopó
A legend takes the stage! For over twenty years, the music and magic of DIO have shaped the very landscape of heavy metal. Now for the first time ever, the celebrated and epic over-the-top live show has been captured digitally and can be relived by fans worldwide anytime! On a rain-soaked Friday the 13th in December of 2002, the mastery of DIO took full command of New York City's famous Roseland Ballroom. In grand fashion, the formidable quintet was unleashed upon a rabid sold-out crowd, delivering a memorable performance that was nothing less than a heavy metal history lesson. With material ranging from the timeless anthems found on the Holy Diver and Last in Line albums to brand new headbangers from their latest opus, Killing the Dragon, DIO delivered that special kind of evening that hard rock and heavy metal fans live for. Also included are several electrifying classics from Ronnie James Dio's days with Rainbow and Black Sabbath.
Time Machine is a video by heavy metal band Dio. Ronnie James Dio made extra narration to every song in this video. Tracks "Wild One" (Ronnie James Dio, Rowan Robertson) "Holy Diver" (Dio) "Rainbow in the Dark" (Vinny Appice, Jimmy Bain, Vivian Campbell, Dio) "The Last in Line" (Bain, Campbell, Dio) "Hungry for Heaven" (Bain, Dio) "Rock and Roll Children" (Dio) "Stand Up and Shout" (Bain, Dio) "King of Rock and Roll" (Appice, Bain, Campbell, Dio) "All the Fools Sailed Away" (Dio, Craig Goldy)
“Intro [Draco Ignis]“ “King Of Rock And Roll” (Dio/Appice/Bain/Campbell) “Time To Burn” (Dio/Goldy) “The Last In Line” (Dio/Bain/Campbell) “Holy Diver” (Dio) “The Last In Line (reprise)” (Dio/Bain/Campbell) “Heaven And Hell” (Dio/Iommi/Butler/Ward) “Sacred Heart” (Dio/Appice/Bain/Campbell) “Rock ‘N’ Roll Children” (Dio) “Long Live Rock ‘N’ Roll” (Dio/Blackmore) “Man On The Silver Mountain” (Dio/Blackmore) “Rock ‘N’ Roll Children (reprise)” (Dio) “Rainbow In The Dark” (Dio/Bain/Appice/Campbell) “Hungry For Heaven” (Dio/Bain)