This 2-disc DVD set features Mike Portnoy of Dream Theater. Volume One features music of Dream Theater and Liquid Tension Experiment, with Mike performing eight songs & segments, breaking down parts of each. Featured throughout is exclusive footage of the making of the first LTE album, as well as rare live footage of the band. Volume Two focuses on the muic of Dream Theater. Mike performs eleven songs/segments from "Falling Into Infinity" and "Scenes From a Memory;" there is also exclusive live footage of Dream Theater's 1998 World Tour.
Disc 1: In the Dream focuses on music from the last three Dream Theater albums, Six Degrees Of Inner Turbulence, Train Of Thought and Octavarium; featuring complete band performances of six songs from these albums as well as new studio performances of the drum tracks and Mikes in-depth analysis of each song. Disc 2: On the Side covers a wide range of Mike's side projects, including his work with TransAtlantic, John Arch, John Petrucci/G3, Fates Warning and Overkill. Disc 3: Bonus Material contains additional Dream Theater tracks filmed on the band's 20th Anniversary tour, three live drum solos featuring duets with Charlie Benante, Jason Bittner and Richard Christy.
Gavin Harrison's Rhythmic Horizions is a highly acclaimed, cutting edge book, and has earned him ten-star reviews and was voted in the top five of the best Drum Publication category by Modern Drummer and Drum! Readers polls. As a solo artist, session drummer and column writer for Modern Drummer, Drummer, Rhythm UK, magazines and member of Porcupine Tree, Gavin has also worked for Incognito, lisa Standsfield, Iggy Pop, Level 42, Lewis Taylor, Artful Dodger, Paul Young, Dave Stewart, Barbra Gaskin, Claudio Balioniand many other.
The Flaming Lips’ U.F.O.s At The Zoo: The Legendary Concert In Oklahoma City captures the over-the-top spectacle of the band’s 2006 homecoming performance. Filmed at the Zoo Amphitheater in front of a capacity crowd of manic fans, U.F.O.s At The Zoo delivers the sonic and visual sensory overload that is The Flaming Lips live experience.
DJ Yoda Goes To The Movies live at The Curzon Soho Cinema in London
Recorded on September 24th, 1969 at London's Royal Albert Hall, Jon Lord's Concerto for Group and Orchestra really was a meeting of two different worlds.
Country family strikes rich and move to the big city, but something changes.
Hide and Seek 05:56 Bring forth Ye Shadow 05:49 Lorelei 05:04 Frozen 05:21 Ashes and Dreams 04:10 A Rose for the Dead 05:15 Fragment 03:55 And when He Falleth 06:40 Venus 04:37 Hollow 06:24 Storm 03:56 Image 03:17 Cassandra 03:55 A Hamlet for a Slothful Vassal 04:27 Fade 06:10 Machine 04:59 Der Tanz der Schatten 07:08 Forever is the World 07:35
1. Howling At The Moon [3:38] 2. Belexes [6:37] 3. Point Of Know Return [4:25] 4. Song For America [9:38] 5. On The Other Side [7:50] 6. Musicatto [3:29] 7. Ghosts/Remember [5:20] 8. Nobody's Home [5:25] 9. Hold On [5:13] 10. Cheyenne Anthem [8:03] 11. Icarus II [6:57] 12. Icarus: Borne On Wings Of Steel [6:46] 13. Miracles Out Of Nowhere [6:50] 14. The Wall [5:51] 15. Figh Fire With Fire [4:29] 16. Dust In The Wind [4:21] 17. Carry On Wayward Son [9:47]
01 – Hurts Like Heaven 02 – Yellow 03 – In My Place 04 – Major Minus 05 – Lost! (w/ “Singing in the Rain” snippet) 06 – Cemeteries of London 07 – God Put A Smile Upon Your Face 08 – Violet Hill 09 – The Scientist 10 – Us Against the World 11 – Politik 12 – Viva La Vida 13 – Charlie Brown 14 – Life Is For Living 15 – Clocks 16 – Fix You 17 – Every Teardrop is a Waterfall
Filmed absolutely live on 20th November 2004 at Utrecht Tivoli, Holland on the Our Last Tour? tour. Plus a 40 minute interview with Olga in Camden, London, January 2005 and behind-the-scenes / rehearsal / on-tour footage from throughout 2004.
In 1996, Steve Hackett (formerly of Genesis) assembled a progressive rock supergroup, including players from Genesis, King Crimson, Asia, Weather Report, and Frank Zappa's band, for two nights of concerts in Japan.
The original line-up of the one of the most important jazz-rock fusion groups of all time, featuring John McLaughlin, Jan Hammer, Billy Cobham, Jerry Goodman and Rick Laird.
Susan Tedeschi’s debut album earned her a prestigious Grammy nomination for Best New Artist in 2000 (she lost to Christina Aguilera!). She sounds like part Bonnie Raitt, part Janis Joplin, part Aretha Franklin, yet she can belt out a song without losing control in a way that gives her an edge that no other singer can compare to. Add to her vocal prowess, her guitar slinger skills and you have a rare combination in a contemporary female performer. Recorded in 2003, Tedeschi’s performance is the essence of what Austin City Limits is all about, drawing from the best of blues, rock, soul and funk. But what she does best comes from deep within her heart and soul.
An intimate portrait of the legendary bass guitarist for The Who. This documentary includes the last footage ever recorded with John Entwistle, and features interviews with Pete Townshend, as well as other major figures in rock history.
Hvis ikke du så dem live eller hvis du vil gense showet, har du nu chancen for både at se og høre dem spille en lang række nye og gamle favoritter. Intenst, hidsigt, varmt og med humor. Hos Kim Larsen & Kjukken går grin og alvor, spilleglæde og drive hånd i hånd. Larsen og Kjukken gi r både “Rabalderstræde”, “Kvinde min” og “Midt Om Natten”. Alle synger med på “Rita” og afslutningsnummeret “Stille I Verden” har allerede status af nyklassiker.
Optaget 13. april 2002 i Frederecia Teater
Filmed in November 2010 in the palatial surroundings of the wonderful art deco Pantages Theatre in Hollywood, this Blu-ray captures Sheryl Crow on tour in support of her recent hit album "100 Miles From Memphis". The set pulls tracks from across her career and is peppered with hit singles and her best loved album tracks as well as highlights from the new album. Sheryl Crow is at the top of her form and is backed by an outstanding band. Combine this with simple but elegant staging and atmospheric lighting and everything is set for a perfect evening in the company of an exceptional artist. Bonus Features Behind The Scenes with Sheryl Crow - Sheryl Crow introduces her band and guides us through the preparations for her show at the Pantages Theatre. Included are soundcheck versions of two tracks "Eye To Eye" and "Stop" which aren't included in the main show.
This blazing New Year's Eve performance at the legendary J&J Blues Bar in Forth Worth, Texas is this veteran duo's first DVD. Holiday cheer and roadhouse ambiance make for a uniquely satisfying taste of Joe and Bnois trademark Texas blues.