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The culmination of the last two year's work with Caamora took place on October 31st 2007 at the Wyspianski Theatre, Katowice, Poland. Spearheaded by Clive Nolan and Agnieszka Swita, this epic production featured also guest musicians: Alan Reed (Pallas...

"When John Cales was invited for the Rockpalast-Festival on October, 14th 1984, he had just released the desolate masterpiece "Music For A New Society" (1982), "Caribbean Sunset" (1983) and "John Cale Comes Alive" (1984).
Compared to the official live album, JOHN CALE's performance at the Rockpalast was far more intense, desperate and wild. He performed the songs with a very hard edge, sometimes even deconstructed them ("Heartbreak Hotel"), receiving a mixed reaction from the audience, that just had..

Great set of two of John's performance on Rockpalast in 1984 (with his band) and 1983 (solo).

"Even today, JOHN CALE is renowned for having been a member of the Velvet Underground alongside Lou Reed, Maureen Tucker and Sterling Morrison...

"Containing vintage 70's footage to never-before-seen amateur footage shot during the 1992 tour and previously unreleased footage from 1997. This is a gem of audio visual material that Camel fans have been begging for these past 10 years...

Two hours of live Camel from the tour no one thought would ever happen!
Ichigo Ichie:'Treasure every encounter for it will never recur'
Recorded in Tokyo at the EX Theatre in Roppongi during May 2016 featuring:
Andrew Latimer (guitars, vocals, flute, recorder)
Colin Bass (bass, vocals)
Denis Clement (drums, recorder)
Pete Jones (keyboards, vocals, penny whistle)

Never Let Go (Latimer)
The White Rider (Latimer)
Song Within a Song (Latimer/Bardens)...

This is the same show that was previously used to make the Pressure Points DVD, but it's the complete, 2 hour concert, including a fair amount of material that was left off of Pressure Points (hence the name of this release). Andrew Latimer (guitars...

"The legendary tribute concert to Franco Battiato by Cancelli della Memoria, which was held at the Teatro Dante in Castellanza on November 26th 2010, is finally released on CD and DVD. The group features musicians who played on the early and classic...

This is pretty exploitative and horrible, but, still, some of you may not have this material and some of it is great. You get 'Electricity' and 'Sure Nuff 'n' Yes I Do' from Cannes, 1967, I'm Gonna Booglarize You from Beat Club (which is available...

These sort of 'unauthorized critical analysis' DVDs are mostly really vile, and this one is sort of too, but Don Vleit is such an important musical figure (sez I) and the true story/history has been shrouded in myth for so long that this is actually wo...

"When it comes to musical eccentricity, no one has ever come close to the often strange and sometimes downright weird sonic achievements of the loosely connected Frank Vincent Zappa and Don Van Vliet. The fact that this pair of unconventional musicians...

ATTENTION! ATTENTION! Unbelievable ARCHIVAL TREASURE alert! This 30' long DVD contains every scrap of material that exists in the archives of Beat Club/Radio Bremen, from the Magic Band's April 12, 1972 performance, which resulted only in one song ever...

Yes, this is really only $7.00 now. While our limited supply lasts! Any and every Captain Beefheart fan should own this at this price. Period.

ATTENTION! ATTENTION! Unbelievable ARCHIVAL TREASURE alert! This 30' long DVD contains every scrap of material that exists in the archives of Beat Club/Radio Bremen, from the Magic Band's April 12, 1972 performance, which resulted only in one song ever broadcast - no one ever saw the remaining 25' or even suspected that anything else existed!...

This is the powerful film of the sold out London Astoria concert which marked the return of Jan Schelhaas to the Caravan lineup. With Jan back in the band, the band recalled the halycon days of Blind Dog At St. Dunstans and Better By Far. [Classic Rock...

"This is the powerful film of the sold out London Astoria concert which marked the return of Jan Schelhaas to the Caravan lineup. With Jan back in the band, the band recalled the halycon days of Blind Dog At St. Dunstans and Better By Far."

Nice to see some totally new material here!
"Metropolis Studios, London, December 4th 2010. Studio A measures 98 square metres and contains six musicians, a five man film crew and 120 fans. This equation adds up to one electric performance for...

The greatest concert ever given becomes, naturally, the greatest DVD ever released. Previously released only as a VHS tape, this incredible document has never been on DVD before. It captures the group in their insane prime and the little 'asides'...

PROMO! "Johnny Cash: Chapter & Verse combines Johnny Cash s rich musical legacy with his inspiring narration of God s Word. This special edition includes Johnny Cash Reads the New Testament New King James Version® Bible On DVD plus a CD featuring a...

Cassiber was the very exciting post-Henry Cow project of Chris Cutler, which also featured Heiner Goebbels and Alfred Harth as well as Christoph Anders. This collects all their albums and much more. Limited edition of 1,000 made!...

" IL CASTELLO DI ATLANTE, a quintet (Guitar, bass, drums, keyboards-vocals & violin) born in the mid-Seventies, only issued their first album in 1992. The line-up performs an airy symphonic rock, ethereal and pastoral, completely influenced by the...

Dave Bainbridge / guitars, keyboards, bouzouki, percussion, vocals
Sally Minnear / lead vocals, vocal looping, acoustic guitar, percussion
Dave Brons / guitars, mandolin, vocals
Simon Fitzpatrick / basses, Chapman stick, Moog bass
Frank Van Essen / drums, percussion, violin, vocals

"Recorded on their first concert tour, this is the first release by Dave Bainbridge's new band Celestial Fire.
Featuring a mix of IONA music (some rarely played live, such as...

Stupid expensive. "Stunning performances by 14 yr. old drumming sensation Tony Royster Jr. and world renown funk drummer Dennis Chambers playing to original music and drum solos. A special appearance by master drummer/innovator Billy Cobham completes t...

This was the 1st album by this short-lived Yes offshoot, assembled by Billy Sherwood and featuring keyboardist Tony Kaye and drummer Alan White. This was released by the band themselves in 2007 and only available from the band at extremely high prices....

"Circle don't need an introduction, but just in case: the highly prolific band's been cycling through psychedelia, art-punk, krautrock, atmospherics, and metal (among other things) since 1991."-Pitchfork Media...

Alex Cline, a great drummer and composer, leads a tribute to the landmark AEC album, Roscoe Mitchell composition, that features an all-star lineup:
Oliver Lake – saxophones, flute
Vinny Golia – woodwinds
Dan Clucas – cornet...

Drum legend Billy Cobham leads his band: Wolgang Schmidt-bass (formerly of Passport), Rita Marcotulli-keyboards, Peter Wolpi-guitar, Wayne Cobham-keyboards and Nippy Noya-percussion. This DVD features a hot band and includes some of his classic solo wo...

Glass Menagerie was Billy's 'come-back' electric band in the early-mid 80s. It featured a fine lineup
Billy Cobham - drums
Mike Stern - guitar
Michael Urbaniak - violin / sax
Gil Goldstein - piano
Tim Landers - bass
...

"This is clearly underlined in the live recording made in September 2002 at the Paris New Morning club. The New Morning - The Paris Concert DVD contains twelve great tracks, where all of the musicians involved show themselves to be fantastic soloists...

This is Billy's early 80's fusion band, recorded live in Riazzino in March, 1981. A pretty stellar band: Billy Cobham-drums, Michael Urbaniak-violin & saxes, Mike Stern-guitar, Gil Goldstein-piano and Tim Landers-bass.

"All-star drummers Billy Cobham and Louis Bellson face off and alternate in virtuosity using a myriad of tones - from the "whispering" to the "fortissimo." You can't pin a musical label on Billy Cobham. He plays it all...Jazz, Rock & Roll, Fusion...

Jon Hiseman-drums
Clem Clempson-guitar / vocals
Dick Heckstall-Smith-saxes
Dave Greenslade-keyboard / vibes
Chris Farlowe-vocals

This includes the complete reunion performance from 6/24/1994 + a very good documentary, "The Story Of Colosseum".

"Despite many requests from fans and promoters over the last 20 years, I never seriously considered reforming the original Colosseum. But the release of all the albums on CD in the early 90's was very successful and generated a lo

Over 3 hours long, this includes the concert plus a 90 minute documentary "The Story Of Colosseum" With Jon Hiseman, Chris Farlowe, Dick Heckstall-Smith, Clem Clempson, Dave Greenslade and Mark Clarke.

So, if there is a holy grail in 60s jazz, what would it be? Well, there are definitely several answers, but a show by the John Coltrane Quartet where they perform Ascension as well as A Love Supreme would definitely be pretty high on the list. And here...

A long lost film made in the mid/late 60's with great musical interest: "The Committee, starring Paul Jones of Manfred Mann fame, is a unique and controversial document of Britain in the 1960's. Avoiding easy answers, The Committee uses a surreal murde...

"Copernicus (heteronym of Joseph Smalkowski) is New York born and based philosopher, poet and sage, active since late 70's. He has enjoyed a decent deal of success all around Central and Eastern Europe from mid 80's to early 90's. In 1989, after the...

Incredible, atmospheric, fantastically beautiful, animated film. Highly recommended, but not for kids!

"A dark and creepy film about family relationships directed by Henry Selick of Nightmare Before Christmas and James and the Giant Peach fame, Coraline is based on the haunting book Coraline by Neil Gaiman. Coraline is a teenager who has just moved to an old house in the middle of nowhere with her writer parents and she is bored, bored, bored. Her only companions are an annoyingly talkative boy...

"An engaging performance at Iowa State University circa 1987 by Chick Corea (Keyboards) with Dave Weckl (Drums) and John Patitucci (Bass) at Iowa State University circa 1987. Corea travels between the jazz and fusion worlds with great ease, since he...

This is the band I saw in 2006 with Chick's current Spanish band, which includes some great players, especially most notably, bassist Carles Benavent from Musica Urbana! "Filmed at the historic Palau de la Musica in Barcelona, this special DVD...

"Chick Corea has been the most important Jazz Musician since Miles Davis, and this DVD shows that he still is just that. Joining Chick are all 4 original members of the Elektric Band. Each member of the Elektric band is quite possibly the best

"This show was recorded at The Avalon in Hollywood, California on October 13, 2005. It's a two disc retrospective on a career's worth of songs that are every bit as electrifying now as when they were first recorded. Coryell is a monster on guitar...

Hailed as the most inventive guitarist since Charlie Christian, (editor's note: COUGH, COUGH, COUGH! Who wrote *that* ad copy? I'm sure Larry is appalled by this comparison.) Larry Coryell is not only a hero, but a living legend of the guitar. This i...

My dear, late friend Scott had a big collection of 'spoken word' albums that he inherited from his father. There was a lot of weird stuff in there, but the weirdest were the two albums he had by these two guys. The description below sums it all up...

I have a real soft spot for these guys and their first incarnation (1975-1980 or so) from my days selling records in Gaithersburg, MD at a shop that did a big biz in metal and hard rock. I guess you could say that they combined hard rock with melodic...

I'm a big Cream fan; they were the first band I liked when I was a kid that I still like. This title could have been a lot cheesier than it is - it includes new interviews with Jack, Ginger and Eric, a bunch of cool live/TV footage (including the...

I'm pretty suspicous of these 'making of' DVDs, but in this case, this includes contemporary acoustic performances of some of the tunes by Jack (!!) which sheds a lot of light on the making of this classic psych/blues-rock album.

This is a newly (2005) re-made version of the famous documentary film of Cream's farewell concert from The Royal Albert Hall, on November 26th, 1968. I remember seeing this on TV several times as a Cream-addled youth; amazing to see it again now. Songs...

Cream were the first band I liked after the Beatles and they still have a place in my heart. They were essentially a blues/rock band, but they were extremely 'progressive' in the literal sense of the word (how could they not be with Jack Bruce, one of ...

For about five years in the mid 80s/early 90s, not enough people seemed to realize that the best live band in the USA was Curlew. Their heyday featured the classic line-up of leader George Cartwright (saxes), Tom Cora (cello) (who also played with...

Every time I think I can not be surprised by a archival release found somewhere and somehow negotiated for release, one shows up that amazes. This is one of those. Here is some great archival footage by the original version of the group at their peak...

A CELEBRATION OF BAY AREA FILMMAKING featuring experimental and historical films tracing the evolution of Market Street, San Francisco. Directed by Liz Keim and Melinda Stone. On September 24, 2005 over 1,000 people joined together in the newly created...

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"My Grandmother—a silent film by Soviet Georgian director Kote Mikaberidze made in 1929 and banned by the Soviet regime for 40 years—is finally available on DVD. Beth Custer has coupled this amazing film with her own score (performed by the Beth Custer...