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Jack Dupon is not a person, Jack Dupon is a group. A rather great group from France, keeping the wacky surrealism of early Etron Fou and Gong alive and rockin'.

This fab-o DVD has great live footage, great clay animation (think Bruce Bickford).

"A November night in Guastalla for an Event organised by the Peter Hammill / Van der Graaf Generator Study Group: the solo concert by David Jackson, once saxophone player in Van der Graaf Generator. A late afternoon arrival, the discovery of the musici...

Great price on a great album! This is by the 'jazz/jam band and beyond' keyboard, bass, drums trio that don't have anybody in the band named Jacob OR Fred. This is called a 'acoustic album' by their label, but the bassist is running so many boxes off...

"Born in Brooklyn in 1933, Ken Jacobs is one of the truly legendary figures in the New York Underground. Artist, filmmaker, inventor, theatrical innovator and teacher—Ken Jacobs has been questioning and reinventing new film techniques for well over...

One of the most consistently experimental and prolific filmmakers in Avant Garde Cinema, Ken Jacobs has produced enough work for several lifetimes, and continues on stronger than ever into his seventh decade. From film and shadow play to magic lantern ...

"To celebrate their 15 year anniversary, the band has put together the first ever live documentation of their career. The concert was filmed...

Los Jaivas are a Chilean musical phenomenon. Founded in 1963, they are best known for their album Alturas De Macchu Picchu, from 1981 which fuses Chilean folkmusic with progressive rock. I saw them in September, 2005 at a huge outdoor place, and they w...

Finally a compilation of 60's vintage tracks (all of which are complete performances and not excerpts) of the Airplane from their prime. Their story is told through new interviews with the members and their manager, but mostly through these performance...

This is pretty great, if you are a Tull fan. I wish that there was more stuff from 1968 - 1973, but there just isn't that much good archival footage out there. Here's what you get : Introduction/Living In The Past (live) Brussels 93 Nothing Is Easy (...

"Despite the "1970-1993" subtitle, most of this DVD comes from the mid-80s Tull with Peter Vettese on keys. The first 1/2 or so is a show from the Broadsword & The Beast tour. Sadly, despite Ian's liner notes of the elaborate pirate ship stage show...

An hour and a half of Tull, recorded in 2008 with fine visuals and sound. And a great set list:
* My Sunday Feeling
* Living In The Past
* Serenade To A Cuckoo
* So Much Trouble
* Nursie
* Rocks On The Road...

"In 2003 the band made their first (and so far only) visit to the Montreux Festival. Split into a semi-acoustic first half and full on electric second half, the concert was a triumph combining newer songs with classic favorites. As ever Ian Anderson...

I just love early Tull, so it's a real thrill for me personally to be able to see this professionally filmed document of their concert in front of 600,000 people at the Isle of Wight 8/30/70. This contains performance footage, newly recorded interviews...

This special edition of the album includes a DVD that includes a 5.1 surround-sound mix by Steven Wilson, who really is the current king of this, as well as a short 'making of' film and an interview with Ian and Steven. But, really, you're buying this...

Very special price on this concert video from this great guitarist (who started his musical life in the cult fusion band "Electromagnets"). This is by his trio with Kyle Brock-bass and Tommy Taylor-drums. Includes a cover of "Are You Experienced"!

Before you snicker too much, before all the TV scores, Quincy was an excellent bandleader and this is him at his peak. "An ongoing DVD series featuring full-length concerts and in-studio performances by the greatest legends of jazz, filmed all over the...