AIX Records gives us a studio concert featuring some of the best bluegrass players around and cameo appearances by Albert Lee and Nathan Mceuen. Sonics are darn good but visuals come up a bit short in detail and color palette.
Wallace Roney, a lineal descendant of Miles Davis, gets his fellow musicians to deliver a terrific study in bebop. Great sound and decent picture give us an insider’s view of what makes for great jazz.
Late Blues legend Etta James is captured in peak form at the 1993 Montreux Jazz Festival singing her classics. Eagle Rock also throws in selections from previous concerts ranging from 1975 to 1990 albeit with lower visual quality.
Gary Moore is joined by members of the Jimi Hendrix Experience for a rocking tribute concert to the legendary guitar god.
This charitable concert at London’s O2 gathers together some of Britain’s biggest artists from Robert Plant and Joss Stone to David Gray and Tom Jones for an enjoyable hour of music making.
Katy Perry makes teenage dreams come true with this tilt-a-whirl, Day-Glo splashed, documentary concert film.
Threads from James Walker and Free Flight’s Threads, featuring the pianist Bryan Pezzone, is another superbly played and recorded release from audiophile label AIX Records.
Staind: Live From Mohegan Sun offers great sound and a strong performance for fans of this post-grunge hard rock band.
Slipknot’s theatricality and high octane metal hits Blu-ray with their triumphant 2009 headlining performance at the Download Festival in Donington.
Two decades on, Peter Gabriel’s Secret World Live is still a must see concert and Eagle Rock does a fine job bringing it to Blu-ray.