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Blu-ray Review: The B-52’s – With the Wild Crowd! Live in Athens, GA

“Live in Athens, GA” should be music to the ears of any B-52’s fan: the band, their home town, and a crowd filled with adoring fans. But they’ve been playing live for more than 30 years.  Has the band held up against the test of time? The first impression that the band makes is visual: …

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Blu-ray Review: Usher – OMG Tour, Live from London

Filmed at London’s state-of-the-art O2 Arena in April of this year, Usher: OMG Tour captures the R&B star on tour in support of his seventh album, Raymond V. Raymond, which achieved platinum status in the United States and earned him Grammy Awards for Best Contemporary R&B Album and Best Male R&B Vocal Performance. Beginning with …

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The Rolling Stones: Some Girls

Blu-ray Review: The Rolling Stones – Some Girls, Live in Texas ‘78

Whereas Ladies and Gentleman … The Rolling Stones was filmed in a dark and gritty manner, Some Girls Live in Texas ’78 is its polar opposite with a brightly lit stage and numerous camera angles and shots of the audience. Filmed in Fort Worth, Texas during The Stones 1978 tour, this 17 song Blu-ray showcases …

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Music DVD Review: Frank Zappa – The Torture Never Stops

Eagle Rock | 1982 | 115 mins. | NR Having been available on Frank Zappa’s website for quite awhile, The Torture Never Stops has been licensed by Eagle Rock Entertainment and is now out and available on DVD. As any Zappa fan knows, Frank was very prolific during a career that spanned more than thirty …

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DVD Review: Frank Sinatra – Concert For The Americas

Shout Factory | 1982 | 86 mins. | NR Frank Sinatra needs little introduction. Considered by many to be the first modern superstar, since the 1940’s he has been one of the biggest selling recording artists since the 1940’s. Beyond that, Sinatra is an Academy Award winning actor who was part of several films—From Here …

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Blu-ray Review: Ladies & Gentlemen – The Rolling Stones

Eagle Rock Entertainment | 1973 | 75 mins. | PG Man, it feels like The Rolling Stones have been around forever. Formed backed in 1962, they were part of the British invasion, and have been and integral part of rock ‘n roll ever since. Though The Stones aren’t touring and they haven’t released a studio …

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Blu-ray Review: Dio – Holy Diver Live

Eagle Rock Entertainment | 2006 | 125 mins. | NR Largely regarded as the most powerful singer in heavy metal, Ronnie James Dio was an inspiration for countless singers and musicians around the world. A former vocalist of Elf, Black Sabbath, Dio, Rainbow, and Heaven & Hell, Dio died earlier this year, leaving behind a …

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Music Blu-ray Review: Rush 2112/Moving Pictures Classic Albums

Eagle Rock | 2009 | 112 mins. | NR A Canadian rock band formed in August 1968, Rush featuring lead vocalist Geddy Lee, guitarist Alex Lifeson, and drummer and lyricist Neil Peart, have enjoyed a reputation as one of rock’s most respected bands. Though largely dismissed by critics and rarely played on mainstream radio, the …

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Music DVD Review: The Moody Blues – Live at the Isle of Wight 1970

Eagle Rock | 2009 | 79 mins. | Not Rated Formed in Birmingham, England in 1964, The Moody Blues have had a long and very successful career. The band is credited with inspiring and developing the progressive rock style of the late 1960’s and early 1970’s. Among their innovations was a fusion with classical music, …

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