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Laboratorium are a rather obscure Polish fusion/fusion-progressive band who released 8-9 albums during their lifetime. The band was a quintet of piano/ Fender Rhodes/synths, sax/vocals (wordless vocals and quite good too, giving the band a unique flavor..

This 1985 film is a little bit short (50'), but it includes some fairly stunning footage of his great sextet (Steve, Irene Aebi, Steve Potts, Bobby Few, Jean-Jacques Avenel, Oliver Johnson) and some really great interview footage of him speaking of his...

"In the spring of 1973, Bernardo Lanzetti , along with the group Acqua Fragile, recorded their first, self-titled album , which gave way to a brilliant and commendable career of one of the the main Italian voices of progressive rock...

"T Lavitz may be best known as the 6 time Grammy nominated keyboardist of The Dixie Dregs, however his complete performance and teaching resumes are both extensive! When he isn't recording or performing live, T teaches at the Berklee College of Music...

"On December 10, 2007, Led Zeppelin took the stage at London’s O2 Arena to headline a tribute concert for dear friend and Atlantic Records founder Ahmet Ertegun. What followed was a two-hour-plus tour de force of the band’s signature blues-infused...

Man, if you ever had the opportunity to see this in a theatre full of stoned and/or drunken Zep-freaks in 1976 and got to hear their cries of "what the fuck?" during all the weird fantasy sequences (which are amusing in a rock-god of the 70s kinda way...

"Jazz icon Mel Lewis represents what American Big Band is all about. Giving his players the creative and expansive freedom to solo, Lewis is known for his unselfish and innovative approach to big band music and his ability to make a big band swing...

Lifesigns is a relatively new band, led by journeyman progressive rock keyboardist John Young. After the release of their debut album, they took to the road.

"Following the 2012 release of their exceptionally well received debut, Lifesigns have taken the show on the road across the UK, Europe and the first USA Prog Cruise. A true virtuoso band, the founding members John Young (Vocals/Keyboards), Frosty Beedle (Drums/Vocals) and Steve Rispin (Engineering/Production) joined forces with Jon Poole....

"This DVD presents footage from the band's outstanding performance at Wyspianski Theater in Poland, which proves the band's virtuosity as well as cleverness in devising remarkably intelligent compositions. The DVD also includes an interview with Pär...

Taken from the Central (UK) TV series "Bedrock" from 1990. You like these guys, you gotta get this! 11 tracks.

This is the Rockpalast TV broadcast from 1977, recorded just before the shows that soon after became Little Feat's great "Waiting For Columbus" live album.

This is the only full length concert footage of Little Feat that includes their leader...

"From the great Ralph Gleason Jazz Casual TV series comes this volume featuring Charles Lloyd with Keith Jarrett, Ron McClure & Jack DeJohnette (6/18/68); also The Paul Winter Sextet (3/1/63), Bola Sete and the Vice Guaraldi Quartet (9/25/63) and, fina...

"Two years after the event, we can still hear today the echoes of that memorable Italian progressive rock night. That Saturday, November 6, 2010. the night Locanda delle Fate went on stage, playing their masterpiece Forse le Lucciole non si Amano Più...

"Joe Lovano was born in Cleveland, Ohio in 1952, and began playing alto saxophone as a child. His father, tenor saxophonist Tony ""Big T"" Lovano, schooled young Joe in jazz dynamics and interpretation, and regularly exposed him to the live performances..

OK, now I am definitely showing my age and my sappy-factor, but in the much more innocent times of 1965/1966, this band had some great singles and it's nice to see all of their extant Television appearances show up on a legit DVD, even though the...