ELP collectively proved that progressive rock was, depending on a listener’s preference, a force to either be reckoned with or destroyed.
“Tommy, can you hear me?” We can now see you on Blu-ray!
This two-DVD set is a repackage of DVDs that have been released in the past—2008’s “The Rebirth of Cool: U2 in the Third Millennium” and “Achtung Baby: A Classic Album Under Review” from 2006.
Through interviews with friends, family, and associates, vintage video clips and photos, and dramatic re-enactments, the tale of the death of one of rock’s liveliest personalities, The Who’s Keith Moon, is examined.
Joe Strummer and the Mescaleros were joined on stage by Strummer’s old Clash bandmate Mick Jones is alone worth the price of the DVD. They tear through Clash standards “White Riot” and “London’s Burning.” Jones’s comments about that concert are also very interesting.
U2 has been playing shows and releasing albums for more than 30 years, so even hardcore fans might honestly wonder whether they really need to buy yet another concert video showing the band playing hits like “One” and “Sunday Bloody Sunday.’’
The Rolling Stones Stones in Exile Eagle Rock Entertainment (B003GCMX5Y) Grade: ★★★★ By Pat Prince Eagle Rock has produced a gem of a documentary — stylish, informative and as gritty as the subject matter itself. Many of the stories you’ve …
Interview segments with Mick Jones and fellow Clash bandmate Topper Headon, Glen Matlock of the Sex Pistols, and friends, fans, and journalists in this DVD paint a vivid picture of why Joe Strummer was such an important figure in music during the last quarter of the 20th century.
A rock doc that combines re-enactments, archival footage and recent interviews with key figures in Joplin’s life.
This 87-minute DVD history of the one of the most important British bands of the 1960s, is a huge disappointment.