The Doors: 30 Years Commemorative Edition

The Doors: 30 Years Commemorative Edition 2007

This Doors DVD compiles three films Live at the Hollywood Bowl, Dance on Fire and The Soft Parade - A Retrospective . The first was filmed live at the Hollywood Bowl in the summer of 1968. The second is a collection of 14 videos, including some rare footage from television performances. The third includes the Doors' last televised appearance on PBS in 1969 in the aftermath of the infamous Miami concert that resulted in Morrison's arrest for "indecent exposure."

Yusuf's Café Session

Yusuf's Café Session 2007

Cat Stevens gave his final concert at Wembley Arena in London on November 22, 1979, before retiring from music. He had formally converted to Islam nearly two years earlier, taking the new name Yusuf Islam. On March 1, 2007, he returned to live performing by staging a concert at the Porchester Hall in London that was taped for a one-hour program broadcast on BBC1. That show is the main part of this DVD. His beard now gray and white, Islam combines songs from his comeback album, An Other Cup, with old Cat Stevens favorites.

Curtis Mayfield - Live at Ronnie Scott's

Curtis Mayfield - Live at Ronnie Scott's 2001

This Concert film from 1988 captures the full power of one of the giants of black American music in performance and, as a bonus, also includes an Interview Mayfield gave at the time to life-long fan Paul Weller.

Curtis Mayfield: Live at Montreux 1987

Curtis Mayfield: Live at Montreux 1987

Curtis Mayfield was one of the dominant figures of soul music for three decades. This performance, filmed at the Montreux Jazz Festival in 1987, finds Curtis on fine form. His distinctive falsetto vocals and fine gutiar playing are evidence on a classic set that spans his career from early Impressions hits such as Gypsy Woman and It's Alright through to his solo classics including Move On Up, Freddie's Dead (theme from "Superfly"), If There's A Hell Below, We're All Going To Go and People Get Ready.

Monterey Jazz Festival 1975

Monterey Jazz Festival 1975 1998

The Monterey Jazz Festival was established in 1958 by impressario Jimmy Lyons who has hosted an enormous amount of music at this idyllic location. Against this beautiful seaside setting in Northern California, one spends a pleasent weekend listening to some of the giants of music.

The Moody Blues: Legend of a Band

The Moody Blues: Legend of a Band

This unique longform video "LEGEND OF A BAND," chronicles the twenty-five year history of The Moody Blues, proving their long standing reputation for creating some of the most haunting, melodic and rythmic rock classics.

The Jimi Hendrix Experience - Live at Monterey

The Jimi Hendrix Experience - Live at Monterey 1967

This special presentation offers all the remaining footage from Jimi Hendrix's incendiary appearance at the Monterey Pop Festival in 1967. Hendrix classics such as "Hey Joe" and "Purple Haze" are delivered in crystal clear sound and vision, with Eddie Kramer (who was Hendrix's original engineer) breathing new life into the audio with a new mix. LIVE AT MONTEREY does, of course, feature the most iconic image of Hendrix's career, as his performance reaches a crescendo and the young musician sets fire to his instrument, firmly sealing his place as one of the greatest rock & roll musicians of all time. This program features some eye-catching additional material for Hendrix completists, with two documentaries included--one on Hendrix's remarkable rise to fame and the other on the Monterey Festival itself. Also included are a few early clips of the talented star playing in England circa 1967.

Rowwen Hèze: In de tent (Live in America)

Rowwen Hèze: In de tent (Live in America) 2003

DVD Rowwen Hèze in de tent, live in America. Deze DVD bevat een live registratie van het legendarische slotconcert wat Rowwen Hèze gaf op 15 november 2003 in hun eigen dorp America.