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Deluxe DVD + 2 CDs + enhanced artwork.
"Originally dreamed of the founder of The Tangent Andy Tillson, he eventully he formed the band with such prog legends as Roine Stolt ,Joans Reingold & Zoltan Csorsz (The Flower Kings) and a few more incredibly talented musicians to take progressive and jazz music to New Levels not heard since groups like Weather Reoprt & Return to Forever. The band is a unique set up with various members and new ones coming in and out of the fold as their time permits...

"The Tangent release Going Off On Two" is their second live DVD/CD. As an independent Fan-funded release, this DVD shows the new band performing over 90 minutes of music from different areas of their career. Filmed in a studio environment the DVD...

Well known 1911 Italian silent film based on Dante's narrative and inspired by the illustrations of Gustav Dore. This has a new soundtrack specifically made for it by Tangerine Dream. "Inferno (1911), the first Italian feature film ever made, is a...

Like too many releases on the Voiceprint family of labels, this one is simultaneously an amazing release and a very frustrating one: The story on this apparently is that the film (which is unbelievably high quality) was shot for the BBC. Apparently...

This was filmed in the USA when the band toured in support of their Rockoon album.

"First time I've ever seen this concert DVD.Not great,but fairly good. Show was taped on October 25,1992 at the Paramount Center in New York. Plenty of beautiful..

Taste were a power trio following in the footsteps of Cream but who were quite good in their own right and who also were the first professional band of guitarist Rory Gallagher when he was only 18 in 1966.

They made two quite good studio albums and broke up just after playing the Isle of Wight (this show) in front of several hundreds of thousands of people.

This performance has never before been released as a DVD!

"Originally formed in Cork, Ireland in 1966 by Rory Gallagher...

"This story began in 1973 when Museo Rosenbach recorded their magnificent debut album Zarathustra that still is one of the boldest and most beautiful work in Classic Italian Prog and in contemporary music in general. And now nearly forty years later...

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 we have the infamous, crazy Third Ear Band in September 1970 from their appearance...

Yes, this is really only $7.00 now. While our limited supply lasts!

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 we have the infamous, crazy Third Ear Band in September 1970 from their appearance on Germany's famed TV program "Beat Club". This is less than one minute shy of 30' and is fully authorized and taken from the original video masters in the archives of Radio Bremen....

"Who's Next, known as one of the greatest rock albums of all time, was actually the most disappointing failure of Pete Townshend's career. A much more vast and grandiose project called "Lifehouse" had been envisioned, but Townshend couldn't pull it all together, and finally settled for a meager best of Lifehouse collection which was called Who's Next. Pete never finished Lifehouse as a rock opera, but the music remains.
In 2000, he decided to make a decent production of the songs. The result is a...

Träd Gräs och Stenar have their origin from Pärson Sound / International Harvester which started playing in 1967. The band dissolved in 1972 but reunited in 1995, ready for new adventures. During 2002-05, Mikael Högström and his video camera...

This 2014 release is the fourth studio album by the prog-rock supergroup of Roine Stolt (Flower Kings), Neal Morse (ex-Spock's Beard), Mike Portnoy (ex-Dream Theater) and Pete Trewavas.

This is the 3 disc deluxe edition...

One hour of Terje Rypdal-guitar, Miroslav Vitous-bass and Trilok Gurtu-drums and percussion, recorded live at the Jazz Open in Stuttgart, Germany, July, 1994. I've always wanted to see moving footage of Terje! All three of them play great; Rypdal soars like he used to and so seldom does nowadays, Vitous is solid as can be, and until you've seen Trilok's ridiculous-looking but astounding playing, it can't be believed. Six reasonably lengthy tracks means that there are plenty of all-mighty jams!

Baptiste is a rising star of the French jazz scene and has had a few albums also released internationally. He's a great pianist with some superficial similarities to Keith Jarrett (although I don't think he yells at the audience), but he's definitely...

Not long ago, I was very pleasantly surprised to see that Trower and Bruce had reunited to make a really great new album, Seven Moons. I saw Trower shortly after the album came out with his regular touring band and it was a really terrific show, but I...

"The entire span of every era of the much beloved and legendary Tuxedomoon - from their early beginnings in San Francisco through their many years in Europe. Impressionistically filmed in both grainy black & white and psychedelic color, by group...