“Smithereens 2011” is the first album of all-new material from New Jersey’s pop-rock craftsmen since 1999’s “God Save the Smithereens.” Was the wait worth it?
Over the course of three decades, Marillion has morphed into something completely different from its original form as one of the founding fathers of Britain’s neoprogressive-rock movement.
When Irish guitarist Rory Gallagher hit his homeland tour circuit in 1974, he was at the peak of his power and his popularity.
It was a brilliant idea to release not just the Beatles’ landmark appearances on “The Ed Sullivan Show” on DVD, but the entire programs on which they appeared.
If you’re looking for the best way to acquire all of Jackson’s solo videos in one place, “Michael Jackson’s Vision” is the set for you.
Filmed in Russia in 2008 prior to the release of the Keith Emerson Band Featuring Marc Bonilla’s eponymous album, this 15-song performance rocks, breathing new life into such ELP classics.
Originally filmed for MTV on Halloween 1981 this immensely entertaining gig now gets a wider release and finds Frank Zappa at the height of one of his more accessible, song-oriented periods.
This gig, filmed in 2005 on the “Contraband” tour, finds the band already starting to fray.
Plagued by health issues, Phil Collins avoids the drums and doesn’t do much to further his musical legacy with “Going Back: Live at Roseland Ballroom, NYC.”
Ringo Starr always looks like he’s having a great time on stage, and his attitude can’t help but rub off on his colleagues.