Supershow was intended to be Britain's first music 'super session', with several famous blues, jazz and rock artists of the time coming together to be filmed whilst performing. Filming took place over a two-day period in March 1969 in a disused linoleum factory at Staines, England. Artists who were filmed included Led Zeppelin, Buddy Guy, Jack Bruce, Buddy Miles, Dick Heckstall-Smith, Chris Mercer, Eric Clapton, Jon Hiseman's Colosseum, Buddy Guy, Roland Kirk and Stephen Stills. This project also marks one of the rare film appearances of Glenn Ross Campbell and The Misunderstood. The whole project was planned with great secrecy and filming went ahead at a reputed cost of £100 per minute. The film received a limited run in London, premiering at the Lyceum Theatre in November 1969. Footage of Led Zeppelin's performance of the song "Dazed and Confused" which was originally filmed for Supershow later appeared on the Led Zeppelin DVD in 2003. (Wikipedia)
Zeca Pagodinho back live after 10 years. Check out this DVD with an exciting concert, packed with hits like "Deixa a Vida Me Levar" "Faixa Amarela", "Heart in disarray," "Lama nas Ruas" "Verdade" and more. Highlight the track "Ela Não Gosta de Mim", new song together with singer Arlindo Cruz, and there for special interests such as: Jorge Ben Jor, and Almir Guineto Velha Guarda da Portela! A DVD that can not miss in your collection! A Must See!
Elijah Moshinsky's production of Saint-Saëns's "Samson et Dalila", recorded live at the Metropolitan Opera 28 September 1998. Plácido Domingo and Olga Borodina star as Samson and Dalila with Sergei Leiferkus as Grand-prêtre de Dagon, Richard Paul Fink as Abimélech, and René Pape as Un vieillard hébreu. James Levine conducts.
Elijah Moshinsky's production of Verdi's "Il trovatore", filmed live at the Australian Opera in 1983. Joan Sutherland stars as Leonora, with Kenneth Collins as Manrico, Jonathan Summers as Count di Luna, and Lauris Elms as Azucena. Richard Bonynge conducts the Elizabethan Sydney Orchestra.
Symphonic Odysseys: Tribute to Nobuo Uematsu was a symphonic tribute concert held in Cologne, Germany on July 9, 2011 at the Cologne Philharmonic Hall. The concert exclusively paid homage to the work of Japanese composer Nobuo Uematsu and featured music selected from his works as a video game music composer. Among the games featured were Lost Odyssey, Blue Dragon, Last Story, King's Knight, Chrono Trigger, Final Fantasy Legend, and selected works from the Final Fantasy series. The concert was produced and directed by Thomas Böcker, with arrangements provided by Finnish composer and musician Jonne Valtonen, along with Roger Wanamo, Masashi Hamauzu, and Jani Laaksonen. The concert was performed by the WDR Rundfunkorchester Köln and the WDR Radio Choir Cologne under conduction from Arnie Roth, with guest performers Benyamin Nuss and Juraj Cizmarovic joining the orchestra. A video recording of Symphonic Odysseys was streamed live online.
Die Ton Steine Scherben gibt's seit 1985 nicht mehr, aber ihre Bedeutung für die deutsche Musikgeschichte ist bis heute ungebrochen. Land in Sicht präsentiert neben einem Konzert ein längeres Interview mit dem verstorbenen Scherben-Sänger Rio Reiser und diverse Extras, die den einzigartigen Stellenwert der Band untermauern. Die Live-Aufnahmen vom 30. Mai 1983 aus der Offenbacher Stadthalle sind nicht immer perfekt -- die Bühne ist größtenteils ziemlich dunkel ausgeleuchtet, und der Ton weist einige kleinere Schwankungen auf --, aber diese leichten Unsauberkeiten machen Land in Sicht nur noch authentischer und sympathischer. Rio Reiser besticht mit hundertprozentigem emotionalem Einsatz, und seine Hinterleute beweisen, dass die Scherben immer deutlich mehr waren, als eine Band mit Lagerfeuer-Protestsong-Flair. Da wird hart gerockt, satt gegroovt, und die originellen, komplexen Arrangements heben sich meilenweit von Politpunk-, Deutschrock- und NDW-Klischees ab.
Live DVD des Konzertprogramms "Unter einem Hut" von Herman van Veen und Edith Lierkes.
Herman van Veen ist der absolute Inbegriff des Liedermachers. Bezaubernde, nachdenkliche, traurige, wahre und fantasievolle Geschichten erzählt der 56-jährige Musiker, Sänger, Songschreiber und Schauspieler aus Utrecht. Herman van Veen ist aber auch Poet und Clown -- und das macht aus jedem seiner Konzerte etwas Besonderes und ebenso aus jedem seiner Alben. Denn Herman van Veen singt nicht nur seine Lieder, er lebt und atmet sie. Was ich dir singen wollte handelt in erster Linie von der Liebe. Fazit: Ein Herman van Veen wie immer -- ein sensibler Poet, voller Menschlichkeit und Mitgefühl, eingebettet in ebenso einfühlsame, zarte aber durchaus auch lebensprühende Musik.
A Perfect Circle performing live on MTV2 during the Nine Inch Nails Tour.
Other titles: Somewhere Back In Time World Tour, Porto Alegre, Brasil 2008 Iron Maidens 2008-2009 tour went under the name of ‘Somewhere Back In Time World Tour’ and it focussed on the bands late 80s material, in particular songs from Powerslave, Somewhere In Time and Seventh Son of a Seventh Son. The tour was advertised as a way of bringing back the 80s stage show and forgotten classics for an audience of younger fans, not having been born in time to witness the original. Track listing: 1. Intro - Churchills Speech 2. Aces High 3. 2 Minutes to Midnight 4. Revelations 5. The Trooper 6. Wasted Years 7. The Number of the Beast 8. Can I Play With Madness 9. Rime of the Ancient Mariner 10. Powerslave 11. Heaven Can Wait 12. Run to the Hills 13. Fear of the Dark 14. Iron Maiden 15. Moonchild 16. The Clairvoyant 17. Hallowed Be Thy Name
After 7 years the original members get together to perform in chile at the Movistar Arena. With an amazing Setlist: How,Animal Instinct,Linger,Ordinary Day,(Dolores O’Riordan song),Wanted,Just My Imagination, Dreaming My Dreams,When You're Gone,Daffodil Lament,I Can't Be With you,Pretty,Ode to My Family,Free to Decide,Waltzing Back,Switch Off the Moment,(Dolores O’Riordan song),Salvation Ridiculous Thoughts,Encore:Zombie,The Journey,(Dolores O’Riordan song) and Dreams
They still carry his house keys with them, Joaquin Sabina's old friends. It does not matter that the Madrid-based singer, who is adored throughout the Spanish-speaking community, changed the locks to his house years ago. After the brain haemorrhage that hit him in 2001, Sabina suddenly could not bear the dozens of friends anymore that invaded his house. This was a raw deal for them, as the interviews reveal that director Ramón Gieling had with them. As in Gieling's previous documentaries, he created a cinematographic form for the interviews, which he consistently applies. Friends and former lovers are introduced in a minutely reconstructed copy of the living room they were expelled from. In the real living room, they used to lead a loose life without thinking about the health risks.
Girlfriend I Can Do Better Sk8er Boi My Happy Ending Losing Grip Runaway Don’t Tell Me Keep Holding On (Album Recording) I’m With You Everything Back But You The Best Damn Thing Complicated I Don’t Have To Try He Wasn’t When You’re Gone
On the soundtrack, the US Army Band plays strains of "You're in the Army Now" and a full version of "The Caissons Go Rolling Along" as the films shows us a convoy of trucks and soldiers at work. Then, we go to the steps of the Lincoln Memorial where we see and hear the Band play "Aura Lee," "Pack Up Your Troubles," and "It's a Long Way to Tipperary." Band members also sing the latter songs, but "Love Me Tender" isn't a number one song yet, so "Aura Lee" just gets a musical treatment. The film concludes with "Over There," played and sung, as we see news footage of the Army rolling in to Paris.
Recorded at Nurburgring, Germany, 02 June 2007
Bonus DVD with an hour-long live performance, music videos, and behind-the-scenes footage.
Featuring Neil Peart, Chad Smith, Tommy Igoe, John Blackwell, Terry Bozzio with Efrain Toro, Nick Rich, Peter Erskine, Will Lee, and Jeff Berlin. These artists pay tribute to Buddy Rich, one of the greatest drummers of all time. With an all-star big band, they play not only Buddy classics but also their own hits. Over two hours of concert footage, plus almost two hours of rehearsal and backstage footage memorialize this historic drumming event. Special Features: Interview with Cathy Rich, rehearsal footage, pre-show and backstage. DVD produced by Neil Peart and Don Lombardi