Ladies and Gentlemen…The Rolling Stones, indeed! This 1972 concert film. long missing in action, may not look great, but it sounds really good and offers up an excellent look at the legendary band in their prime.
Michael McDonald gives a special Christmas-themed concert in this special for PBS’ Soundstage, full of Doobie Brothers classics, Christmas songs, and an excellent backing band.
Canadian prog-rock trio Rush have two of their pivotal albums discussed in the Classic Albums series from Eagle Rock.
The world’s first 3D Music Album arrives from audiophile powerhouse AIX and it’s a winner.
Sir Simon Rattle leads the Berlin Philharmonic through a gala New Year’s Eve concert of 19th century Russian music. This superb concert video highlights a world class orchestra playing much-loved symphonic selections in a visually arresting setting.
A middle-Verdi masterpiece that is given a strong reading by soloists, orchestra and conductor. The superb period costumes offset a minimalist set and overall dark staging. This performance is most satisfying on repeated viewings.
The head-on metal assault of Black Label Society is captured live on Blu-ray from their 2005 European tour and offered up in a feature rich release from Eagle Rock.
“Jane says” Jane’s Addiction’s Live Voodoo concert performance from Halloween night in 2009 is a hard rock winner on Blu-ray.
The Pixies 2005 reunion tour is captured in glorious HD on Blu-ray from Eagle Rock in two sets that include an all-acoustic stand at the Newport Folk Festival.
This Classic Albums’ release gives you an in-depth look at what many fans and critics alike consider to be the pivotal point in Tom Petty’s career, as well as the making of one of his best albums.