1974 was a year of high achievement for Queen. They had their first two hit singles, 'Seven Seas OfRhye' and 'Killer Queen,' released two albums, 'Queen II' and 'Sheer Heart Attack,' and completed major tours across the UK, America and Europe. In the UK, they performed three sold-out shows at the legendary Rainbow Theatre in London's Finsbury Park, one in March on the 'Queen II' tour and two in November following the release of 'Sheer Heart Attack'.
This spectacular live concert, filmed at Londons O2 using the latest Ultra High Definition 4K technology, captures Peter Gabriels celebration of the 25th anniversary of his landmark album So.
Filmed on July 8, 2013, Quadrophenia: Live in London DVD features The Who in peak form, performing Quadrophenia from front to back, in its entirety, plus a special set of some of their all-time greatest hits. The film captures the band's dynamic performance in front of their hometown crowd and features blistering performances of 'The Real Me', 'The Punk And The Godfather', 'Doctor Jimmy' and a powerful performance of 'Love Reign O'er Me'.
A classic of the German space genre. Their current music is a combination of Progressive Rock and New Instrumental Music, with touches of Jazz and passages dedicated to an experimentation near to Ambient. Their originality was due to the blend electronic and repetitive musics with a lot of ethnic elements from North Africa, India, etc. Very much like your early Ashra Tempel, Guru Guru type bands except with a cultural influence. This special edition contains a Bonus-DVD with concert footage from Berlin and the Burg Herzberg Festival 2013.
Harry Connick Jr The New York Big Band Concert film This 60 minute DVD includes 13 tracks from Harry Connick Jr and his Big Band during his record-breaking 15-night engag ement at the Paramount Theatre in New York City in 1992.
With very few exceptions, the career of Harry Connick, Jr., can be divided in half his first two albums encompassed straight-ahead New Orleans jazz and stride piano while his later career (which paralleled his rising celebrity status) alternated between more contemporary New Orleans music and pop vocals with a debt to Frank Sinatra.
Blues-rock guitarist Walter Trout spent the majority of the '80s as a sideman to such renowned blues artists as John Lee Hooker, Big Mama Thornton, Joe Tex, Canned Heat, and John Mayall's Bluesbreakers, but it wasn't until the '90s that Trout assembled his own band and struck out on his own.