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The Rolling Stones — Steel Wheels Japan Tour 1990 DVD (no label)

The Rolling Stones — Steel Wheels Japan Tour 1990 DVD (no label)

Live at Tokyo Dome, Tokyo, Japan, February 26, 1990 (Total Time: Approx. 133 minutes) DISC ONE: Continental Drift, Start Me Up, Bitch, Sad Sad Sad, Harlem Shuffle, Tumbling Dice, Miss You, Ruby Tuesday, Almost Hear You Sigh, Rock and a Hard Place, Mixed Emotions, Honky Tonk Women, Midnight Rambler, ... Read On

New DVD releases

New DVD releases

New DVD releases this week     The Rolling Stones – “Voodoo Lounge” In Japan features two versions of the pro-shot Tokyo Dome, Tokyo, Japan show from March 12th, 1995. This no label pressed 4DVD set features the broadcast edition “Tokyo Live ’95″ broadcast on Apri... Read On

Iron Maiden – Monsters Of Rock 1988 25th Anniversary Edition (Zodiac 033/034)

Iron Maiden – Monsters Of Rock 1988 25th Anniversary Edition (Zodiac 033/034)

Monsters Of Rock 1988 25th Anniversary Edition (Zodiac 033/034) Iron Maiden’s seventh studio record was the pinnacle of their worldwide success and has gone on to mythical status, and with good reason. Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son was a true band project and one that would find the English met... Read On

The Rolling Stones – Glastonbury 2013 (no label)

The Rolling Stones – Glastonbury 2013 (no label)

Glastonbury 2013 (no label) Live Glastonbury! 2013 Glastonbury Festival, Worthy Farm, Pilton, UK 29th June 2013 DVD1 (1:05:46) 01 intro, 02 JUMPIN’ JACK FLASH, 03 IT’S ONLY ROCK AND ROLL, 04 PAINT IT BLACK, 05 GIMME SHELTER, 06 GLASTONBURY GIRL, 07 WILD HORSES, 08 DOOM AND GLOOM, 09 CAN&... Read On

Led Zeppelin – London Royal Albert Hall January 9, 1970 (Virgin Vinyl Records)

Led Zeppelin – London Royal Albert Hall January 9, 1970 (Virgin Vinyl Records)

London Royal Albert Hall January 9, 1970 (Virgin Vinyl Records) Vinyl: Side A: We’re Gonna Groove; I Can’t Quit You Baby; Dazed and Confused (Part I) Side B: Dazed and Confused (Part II); White Summer Side C: What Is and What Should Never Be; How Many More Times (Part I) Side D: How Many More Times ... Read On

Yes – Going For The Best (Virtuoso DVD 001/002)

Yes – Going For The Best (Virtuoso DVD 001/002)

Going For The Best (Virtuoso DVD 001/002) Yes achieved a height of popularity by 1976.  Their exploration of spiritual themes and pushing the boundaries of symphonic rock and even jazz fusion drew massive crowds on their last US tour with the June 12th, 1976 show in Philadelphia drawing 100,000.  Th... Read On

Bryan Ferry – Tokyo Joe & The Sting Of El Ferranti (no label)

Bryan Ferry – Tokyo Joe & The Sting Of El Ferranti (no label)

Tokyo Joe (no label) Roxy Music is rightly considered one of the seminal artists of the early seventies.  Brian Eno’s genius not only help propel the band into their unique vision, but also guided such luminaries as Robert Fripp and David Bowie as the decade wore on.  But Roxy Music could also... Read On

Kiss – Vengeance Is Ours 1992-1995 A Visual KISStory (Apocalypse Sound AS 206)

Kiss – Vengeance Is Ours 1992-1995 A Visual KISStory (Apocalypse Sound AS 206)

Vengeance Is Ours 1992-1995 A Visual KISStory (Apocalypse Sound AS 206) Total Playing Time; 2 hours 46 minutes of pure KISS At the beginning of 1992 KISS was at a cross roads of sorts. They had finished a successful tour the year before in support of Hot In The Shade but the music business was chang... Read On

Paul McCartney – On The Run In Moscow (no label)

Paul McCartney – On The Run In Moscow (no label)

On The Run In Moscow (no label) SK Olimpiski, Moscow, Russia – December 14th, 2011 DVD 1 (1:31:04):  Intro, Magical Mystery Tour, Junior’s Farm, All My Loving, Jet, Got To Get You Into My Life, Sing The Changes, The Night Before, Let Me Roll It, Paperback Writer, The Long And Winding Road, Com... Read On

The Kinks – Live In Germany (Pignon-036)

The Kinks – Live In Germany (Pignon-036)

Live In Germany (Pignon-036) The Kinks were always enthusiastic in embracing video promotion.  Their early videos ranged from simple personality shots (“Starstruck”) to elaborate narratives (“Dead End Street”).  In the seventies, in addition to television appearances, they ex... Read On

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