In commemoration of the 25th Anniversary of his death Elvis Lives - The 25th Anniversary Concert From Memphis was staged at the Pyramid Coliseum in Memphis Tennessee. The monumental occasion took place on 16th August 2002 and reunited the original TBC band back-up singers & their musical director. The DVD of this remarkable event contains 27 classic Elvis tracks and 30 minutes of bonus material including footage of previous concerts such as the 1973 TV special ""Aloha From Hawaii"" which was watched by more than 1 billion people. Tracklist: 1. Also Sprach Zarathustra 2. C. C. Rider 3. Burning Love 4. Welcome To My World 5. I Can't Stop Loving You 6. Steam Roller 7. Cast Intros 8. Johnny B. Goode 9. You Gave Me A Mountain 10. Imperials Introduction 11. That's All Right 12. You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin' 13. Mystery Train/Tiger Man 14. Just Pretend 15. Are You Lonesome Tonight? 16. Walk A Mile In My Shoes 17. In The Ghetto 18. Polk Salad Annie 19. Bridge Over Troubled Water 20. The Wonder Of You 21. Suspicious Minds 22. I'll Remember You 23. A Big Hunk O' Love 24. My Way 25. How Great Thou Art 26. If I Can Dream 27. American Trilogy 28. Can't Help Falling In Love
Rod Stewart: The Great American Songbook features Rod Stewart performing a collection of classic love ballads with more than a few old favourites included for good measure. Recorded at Sony Studios in New York in November 2002. Tracklist: Forever Young Some Guys Have All The Luck They Can't Take That Away From Me The Way You Look Tonight These Foolish Things Moonglow Every Time We Say Goodbye The Very Thought Of You That Old Feeling You Go To My Head For All We Know The
A theatre director, facing up to a midlife crisis, is torn every which way by the nine, titular women in his life in Rob Marshall's eagerly awaited musical.
The Grammy winner's 1999 performance features classics like Blackjack David King of California and Fourth of July plus 10 other tracks! DVD in 5.1 Surround Sound. Tracklisting: 1. King of California 2. Barn Burnin' 3. Mary Brown 4. Border Radio 5. Dry River 6. Out in California 7. Abilene 8. Medley: Jubilee Train/do-re-me/promised Land 9. Blackjack David 10. Fourth of July 11. Marie Marie
Knebworth Hertfordshire Saturday June 30th 1990. 120 000 fans gathered for an historic event featuring a legendary combination of British artists... Tears For Fears: Change / Badman's Song / Everybody Wants To Rule The World Cliff Richard & The Shadows: On The Beach / Good Golly Miss Molly / We Don't Talk Anymore Phil Collins & The Serious Band: In The Air Tonight / Sussudio Paul McCartney: Coming Up / Birthday / Hey Jude / Can't Buy Me Love Status Quo: Whatever You Want /
Tracklist: 1. Intermission 2. Can't Explain 3. There's No Other Way 4. Luminous 5. She's So High 6. Colin Zeal 7. Pop Scene 8. When Will We Be Married 9. Sunday Sunday 10. Wassailing Song 11. Coping 12. Day Upon Day 13. For Tomorrow 14. Postman Pat Theme 15. Chemical World 16. Advert 17. Commercial Break 18. Sunday Sunday
Disc 1 Tracklist: 1. High Voltage [King Of Pop Awards Australia October 1975] 2. It's A Long Way To The Top (If You Wanna Rock 'N' Roll) [Bandstand Australia February 1976] 3. School Days [St. Albans High School Australia March 1976] 4. T.N.T. [St. Albans High School Australia March 1976] 5. Live Wire [Super Pop/Rollin' Bolan London July 1976] 6. Can I Sit Next To You Girl [Super Pop/Rollin' Bolan London 7. Baby Please Don't Go [Myer Music Bowl Melbourne December 8. Hell Ain't A Bad Place To Be [Sight & Sound In Concert 9. Rocker [Sight & Sound In Concert London October 1977] 10. Rock And Roll Damnation [Apollo Theatre Glasgow April 11. Dog Eat Dog [Apollo Theatre Glasgow April 1978] 12. Let There Be Rock [Apollo Theatre Glasgow April 1978] 13. Problem Child [Rock Goes To College Colchester October 14. Sin City [Rock Goes To College Colchester October 1978] 15. Bad Boy Boogie [Rock Goes To College Colchester October 16. Highway To Hell [Countdown Holland August 1979] 17. The Jack [Countdown Holland August 1979] 18. Whole Lotta Rosie [Countdown Holland August 1979] Disc 2 Tracklist: 1. Shot Down In Flames [Nihon Seinenkan Tokyo February 1981] 2. What Do You Do For Money Honey [Nihon Seinenkan Tokyo February 1981] 3. You Shook Me All Night Long [Nihon Seinenkan Tokyo February 1981] 4. Let There Be Rock [Nihon Seinenkan Tokyo February 1981] 5. Back In Black [Capital Center Landover MD December 1981] 6. T.N.T. [Capital Center Landover MD December 1981] 7. Shoot To Thrill [The Summit Houston TX October 1983] 8. Guns For Hire [Joe Louis Arena Detroit MI November 1983] 9. Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap [Joe Louis Arena Detroit MI November 1983] 10. Flick Of The Switch [Capital Center Landover MD December 1983] 11. Bedlam In Belgium [Capital Center Landover MD December 1983] 12. Back In Black [Tushino Airfield Moscow September 1991] 13. Highway To Hell [Tushino Airfield Moscow September 1991] 14. Whole Lotta Rosie [Tushino Airfield Moscow September 1991] 15. For Those About To Rock (We Salute You) [Tushino Airfield Moscow September 1991] 16. Gone Shootin' [VH1 Studios London July 1996] 17. Hail Caesar [Entertainment Center Sydney November 1996] 18. Ballbreaker [Entertainment Center Sydney November 1996] 19. Rock And Roll Ain't Noise Pollution [Entertainment Center Sydney November 1996] 20. Hard As A Rock [Stade De France Paris June 2001] 21. Hells Bells [Stade De France Paris June 2001] 22. Ride On [Stade De France Paris June 2001] 23. Stiff Upper Lip [Circus Krone Munich June 2003] 24. Thunderstruck [Circus Krone Munich June 2003] 25. If You Want Blood (You've Got It) [Downsview Park Toronto Rocks July 2003] 26. The Jack [Downsview Park Toronto Rocks July 2003] 27. You Shook Me All Night Long [Downsview Park Toronto Rocks July 2003]
Tracks include: 'Always The Winner' 'Solus Na Madawn' 'Healer In Your Heart' 'Every River' 'Harvest Moon' 'Hearthammer' and more.
Recorded at the Mid South Coliseum Memphis on the 12th December on the US leg of the 1982 Screaming For Vengeance Tour. This DVD captures all the live electrifying energy of Judas Priest and features a cracking set list containing the likes of ""Breaking The Law"" and ""Living After Midnight"". Tracklist: 1. The Hellion/Electric Eye 2. Riding On The Wind 3. Heading Out To The Highway 4. Metal Gods 5. Bloodstone 6. Breaking The Law 7. The Sinner 8. Desert Plains 9. The
The show was filmed at the Westfalenhalle Arena Dortmund Germany during the Dance of Death European Tour in December 2003 and fully captures the magnificent stage production and electricity of the band's performance. Steve Harris once again took four months personally supervising the editing of the footage and like 'Rock In Rio' this means thousands of cuts right into the heart of the action! Tracklist: 1. Declamation 2. Wildest Dreams 3. Wrathchild 4. Can I Play With Madness 5. The Trooper 6. Dance Of Death 7. Rainmaker 8. Brave New World 9. Paschendale 10. Lord Of The Flies 11. No More Lies 12. Hallowed Be Thy Name 13. Fear Of The Dark 14. Iron Maiden 15. Journeyman 16. The Number Of The Beast 17. Run To The Hills
If Phil Collins isn't the hardest-working man in show business, he's right up there, at least if the nearly 90-minute concert Live and Loose in Paris is any indication. The man is non-stop motion, whether seated behind his drum kit, prowling the stage as frontman (the format is in-the-round, so it takes an effort to keep all of the arena-sized audience involved), or, of course, singing the hits (including "Against All Odds", "In the Air Tonight" and "Sussudio"). The "loose" part of the title is a bit of a misnomer; Collins' excellent band is unerringly tight, and the performance is well-choreographed while still maintaining some sense of spontaneity. There's no denying the appeal of Collins' drum-heavy, horn-driven, R&B-cum-world-music sound, and if his music ultimately isn't as challenging or engaging as that of Peter Gabriel's (the other ex-Genesis lead singer), no one in this Paris audience seems to mind a bit. Good show, Phil. --Sam Graham
Deep Purple captured live in Denmark. Tracklisting: 1.Intro 2.Highway Star 3.Strange Kind Of Woman 4.Child In Time 5.The Mule 6.Lazy 7.Space Truckin' 8.Fireball 9.Lucille 10.Black Night 11.Strange Kind Of Woman 12.Smoke On The Water 13.Space Truckin' 14.Burn
The Entertainers 6 Programme Set includes; Tom Jones, Kenny Rogers, Engelbert Humperdinck, Max Bygraves, Richard Clayderman and Val Doonican
1. Buttons Live From London 2. Beep Live From London 3. I Don't Need A Man Live From London 4. Feelin' Good Live From London 5. Stickwitu Live From London 6. Show Me What You Got Live From London Skit 7. Wait A Minute Live From London 8. Don't Cha Live From London 9. Don't Cha Busta Version 10. Beep 11. Stickwitu Revised Version 12. Buttons Revised - Snoop Version 13. I Don't Need A Man 14. Wait A Minute 15. Beep 16. Buttons 17. Meet The Dolls Nicole 18. Meet The Dolls Kimberly 19. Meet The Dolls Melody 20. Meet The Dolls Jessica 21. Meet The Dolls Ashley 22. Meet The Dolls Carmi 23. The Rise of The Dolls 24. PCD The Music 25. Don't Cha
Disc 1: The Beatles Videobiography 1962 - 1965 This is the independent critical review of the Beatles on record, on film and in concert. Drawing on rare live film from the archives this powerful re-assessment of the work of the Beatles features every major release from the birth of the band through to the final split. A leading team of rock critics and musicologists provide penetrating insights into why the music worked so well. This is the ultimate critical reference guide to the work of a band whose influence is still felt today. Disc 2: The Beatles Videobiography 1965 - 1970 Here explored are The Beatles as never seen before. With extensive archive footage and interviews, the legacy of this behemoth of mainstream culture is carefully sifted to get to the truth behind the legend. The extensive expertise of a host of music critics, journalists and industry insiders is here pooled to form a concise whole, analysing the Beatles canon with the love only The Fab Four induce, with exclusive insights from Norman Hurricane Smith, sound engineer for the band from 1962-66.. Disc 3: Rock Milestones - The Beatles Meet The Beatles Featuring rare archive performances by the Beatles performing live in the USA; this is the most powerful independent review of the album which launched the Beatles in America. By 1963 the rest of the world was gripped by Beatlemania. Only America remained unconquered. Capitol records promised manager Brian Epstein that they would make 1964 the year of the Beatles. Capitol were as good as their word. On the back of the ground breaking Ed Sullivan live appearances and the number one US album Meet the Beatles, the Beatles took America by storm. In April 1964 the Beatles occupied all five top positions on the billboard singles chart, a feat which has never been equalled. Meet the Beatles was carefully selected to introduce the band to a whole new continent and remains today a powerful record of the band emerging as world-class songwriters.
By any rational measure, Alan Parker's cinematic interpretation of Pink Floyd's The Wall is a glorious failure. Glorious because its imagery is hypnotically striking, frequently resonant and superbly photographed by the gifted cinematographer Peter Biziou. And a failure because the entire exercise is hopelessly dour, loyal to the bleak themes and psychological torment of Roger Waters' great musical opus, and yet utterly devoid of the humour that Waters certainly found in his own material. Any attempt to visualise The Wall would be fraught with artistic danger, and Parker succumbs to his own self-importance, creating a film that's as fascinating as it is flawed. The film is, for better and worse, the fruit of three artists in conflict--Parker indulging himself, and Waters in league with designer Gerald Scarfe, whose brilliant animated sequences suggest that he should have directed and animated this film in its entirety. Fortunately, this clash of talent and ego does not prevent The Wall from being a mesmerising film. Boomtown Rats frontman Bob Geldof (in his screen debut) is a fine choice to play Waters's alter ego--an alienated, "comfortably numb" rock star whose psychosis manifests itself as an emotional (and symbolically physical) wall between himself and the cold, cruel world. Weaving Waters's autobiographical details into his own jumbled vision, Parker ultimately fails to combine a narrative thread with experimental structure. It's a rich, bizarre, and often astonishing film that will continue to draw a following, but the real source of genius remains the music of Roger Waters. --Jeff Shannon
It's 1961 two years after the original gang graduated from Rydell High and there's a new crop of seniors. The Pink Ladies and the T-Birds are still the epitome of cool except that over the summer something's happened to Stephanie the sorority leader. She feels she's outgrown Johnny the head T-Bird and is looking for a new love - one who's even more cool and whose bike is even hotter. Meanwhile newcomer Michael is smitten with Stephanie who won't even notice him... The conflict is on and the Rydell High fun takes off to new heights.
Since age 11 as the lead singer of the Jackson 5 Michael Jackson has had a truly amazing life and has enjoyed one of the most successful and celebrated careers in popular music. With an immediate string of No.1 singles for Motown Michael quickly became a public icon and with his brothers rode high on the charts throughout the '70's. As Michael grew up his creative energies outdistanced those of his brothers and he embarked on a solo career of mythic proportions - releasing four
A retired model invites friends from Greenwich Village to a party to help the career of her room-mate an aspiring disco composer. A visiting socialite discovers the 'Village People' and launches them to overnight stardom. With music by Jacques Morali.
Legendary new romantics Spandau Ballet reform for a live performance that can only be described as true gold!
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