With an unchanged line-up stretching back to 1969 and global album sales in excess of 50 million, ZZ Top continue to delight fans around the world with brilliant live concerts and great music. The band has made a number of visits to Montreux over the years and this concert from the 2013 Festival is undoubtedly one of their finest live performances. The set list blends tracks from early seventies albums such as Tres Hombres and Fandango through their eighties blockbuster period with Eliminator and Afterburner and up to their most recent release and return to their blues roots with La Futura . The middle section of the concert features a jazz-blues tribute to the late Montreux Festival founder Claude Nobs with guest appearances by Mike Flanigin on Hammond Organ and Van Wilks on guitar. ZZ Top, the lil ol band from Texas , are rocking the blues as strongly as ever!
1. Got Me Under Pressure 5:08
2. Waitin’ For The Bus 2:54
3. Jesus Just Left Chicago 4:31
4. Gimme All Your Lovin’ 4:27
5. Pincushion 4:31
6. I Gotsta Get Paid 3:52
7. Flyin’ High 5:49
8. Kiko 4:17
9. I Loved The Woman 6:19
10. Foxey Lady 3:35
11. My Head’s In Mississippi 4:31
12. Chartreuse 3:09
13. Sharp Dressed Man 4:47
14. Legs 6:28
15. Tube Snake Boogie 3:27
16. La Grange 7:55
17. Tush 4:52
• Special Features
- Interview with Billy Gibbons and Dusty Hill
- Billy Gibbons on the Montreux Jazz Festival
• Widespread Panic took the stage at the Family Circle Stadium in South Carolina for the first night of their two night run. After warming up with a killer set by openers Umphrey’s McGee, the Charleston crowd was ready to rock and the stadium bleachers were packed with Spreadheads rising all the way up to the sky! The opening notes of “Ribs and Whiskey” brought on an uproar from the energetic fans and gave JB a chance to showcase a bluesy slide guitar riff. A spectacular jam through “Surprise Valley”>”Blight”>”Surprise Valley” came next as Jimmy Herring kicked off the sandwich with the instantly recognizable opening riff. During “Blight”, Sunny and Todd had a chance to give the fans their first taste of drum section jam – a tease of the incredible percussive jamming that would fill the weekend. Later in the first set, JoJo danced his fingers along his piano while singing the fan-favorite track “Greta,” a clever song about the Georgia-Georgia Tech rivalry.
• Set two maintained the high energy of the night with classic Widespread Panic songs blended into covers masterfully adapted to fit the famous Panic sound. “Makes Sense To Me” and “Pigeons” were blended with stand out performances of Bill Withers’ “Use Me” and JJ Cale’s “Travelin’ Light” and “Ride Me High”. As “Travelin’ Light” segued into “Rebirtha,” Schools inspired cheers of recognition and joy with his iconic bass riff. The band played “Porch Song” with crowd lights on and every fan in the stadium had their arms in the air – havin’ a good time! When the band returned for an encore of Cat Stevens’ “Trouble,” JB serenaded the crowd underneath a spotlight before playing a high energy “Climb To Safety”. The fans left exhilarated, looking forward to another incredible show by Widespread Panic the following night!
• For the second and final night of their stop in Charleston, Widespread Panic took the stage at Family Circle Stadium before thousands of cheering fans. JB picked up his guitar and admired the fans, commenting “Some of y’all are wayyyy up there!” The band broke straight into fan favorite “All Time Low,” setting the stage for another high-energy night. Next was “Saint Ex” from Panic’s most recent studio album, “Dirty Side Down.” “Chilly Water” had fans ecstatically tossing water in the air during the chorus. The beautifully written “Pilgrims” let the fans slow to down and appreciate one of Panic’s inspiring older songs. To close the set, the band played a rocking rendition of Neil Young’s “Mr. Soul,” giving Lighting Director Paul Hoffman a chance to show off his beautiful rig, illuminating the stadium with gyroscopic cones and spotlights of all colors. To top it off, the beautiful ASL interpreter Edie Jackson was feeding off the energy in the venue, signing the lyrics for audience.
• JoJo kicked off the second set with the opening piano riff to “Tall Boy,” singing with the support of the band and fans. “Barstools and Dreamers” showcased just how funky Schools can get with his bass riffs, as the song ended he said “Mother Earth is pregnant for the third time,” indicating the beginning of their cover of Funkadelic’s “Maggot Brain.” At this point in the show, Umphrey’s McGee members Jake Cinninger (lead guitar) and Joel Cummins (keys) joined the stage. The next ten minutes included a jaw dropping call-and-response guitar solo trade between Jimmy and Jake. Umphrey’s McGee percussionist Andy Farag then joined Sunny to provide double percussion for a thrilling version of “Red Hot Mama.” In the second section of the song, Joel and JoJo were trading piano solos back-to-back. A rhythmic “Drums” was up next, with Todd, Sunny and Andy Farag providing a groove for the fans to boogie to. The second set maintained the intensity and energy, blending fan favorite songs. As Panic took the stage for an encore, JB was showcased playing his mandolin for “End Of The Show,” before capping off the weekend with “Ain’t Life Grand.” These two spectacular shows are sure to have Spreadheads talking for years to come!
01. Feel the love
02. WE WISH
03. Free & Easy
04. Because of You
07. is this LOVE?
08. Love song
10. You & Me
11. SURREAL ～ evolution ～ SURREAL
12. part of me
13. Curtain call
14. Boys & Girls
16. Bold & Delicious
01. Wake me up
03. Beautiful Fighters
04. Fly high
05. snowy kiss
07. Together When…
08. everywhere nowhere
09. You & Me
10. Song 4 u
12. Humming 7/4
15. until that Day…
18. Boys & Girls
19. MY ALL
• In 2012/2013, The Who embarked on the Quadrophenia and More Tour, performing their landmark rock opera in its entirety, marking the 40th anniversary of the original 1973 release of this double-album masterpiece. The critically acclaimed and highly successful tour closed at London’s Wembley Arena, with the cameras rolling, to record the closing night of this historic anniversary tour. • Filmed on July 8, 2013, QUADROPHENIA: LIVE IN LONDON Blu-rayTM 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’. With HD screen backdrops, archival footage and today’s advanced technology in sound, QUADROPHENIA: LIVE IN LONDON reunites The Who with bandmates John Entwistle, for ’5:15′, and Keith Moon for his signature song ‘Bell Boy’. In addition to their performance of Quadrophenia, the band tear through classic tracks such as ‘Pinball Wizard’, ‘Who Are You’, ‘You Better You Bet’ ‘Baba O’Riley’ ‘Won’t Get Fooled Again’ and ‘Tea & Theatre’, from their 2006 release ‘Endless Wire’, with the intensity and power only The Who can conjure.
• Live in London’s Wembley Arena on July 8, 2013 1. I Am The Sea 01:57 2. The Real Me 03:42 3. Quadrophenia 05:50 4. Cut My Hair 04:08 5. The Punk And The Godfather 05:02 6. I’m One 03:01 7. The Dirty Jobs 04:55 8. Helpless Dancer 02:17 9. Is It In My Head 03:37 10. I’ve Had Enough 06:42 11. 5:15 11:12 12. Sea And Sand 05:40 13. Drowned 07:21 14. Bell Boy 05:11 15. Doctor Jimmy 08:09 16. The Rock 06:51 17. Love Reign O’er Me 07:22 Bonus Performance: 18. Who Are You 06:27 19. You Better You Bet 05:35 20. Pinball Wizard 02:53 21. Baba O’Riley 05:27 22. Won’t Get Fooled Again 09:06 23. Tea & Theatre 03:58
This is a unique musical performance series, driven by famous recording artists who write their own songs, blended with professional song poets who write for other artists. “Legends & Lyrics” is currently airing on PBS on a weekly basis. Installments include artist performances, “Out Of The Box” interviews, “Did You Know?” historical facts addressing the origins of today’s commercial music, “Rising Stars” featuring undiscovered talent, and “Tips Of The Week” for aspiring song poets. Shot in an intimate classical performance hall in HD and Surround Sound, the series honors the true creators of the most popular genres of commercial music. “Volume 1″ features Kris Kristofferson, Patty Griffin, Randy Owen, and Jonathan Singleton. Available on Blue-Ray and DVD.
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1.Best Of All Possible Worlds
2.Here Comes That Rainbow Again
3.Me And Bobby McGee
1.Top Of The World
2.No Bad News
3.Up to The Mountain
2.Feels So Right
Filmed at London s Hammersmith Apollo on 12th December 1993 this previously unreleased concert film captures the then newly reformed Dio on the last night of their European tour in support of the Strange Highways album in high definition. With a line-up of Ronnie James Dio (vocals), VinnyAppice (drums), Jeff Pilson (bass) and Tracy G (guitar) the band delivered a blistering performance on tracks from their new album, previous Dio classics and favorites from Ronnie s career with Black Sabbath and Rainbow. So take a ride on Strange Highways and be blown away by one of the greatest rock bands of all time.
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01.Stand Up And Shout
03.Don’t Talk To Strangers
05.Pain (with guitar solo)
06.The Mob Rules
07.Children Of The Sea
09.Heaven And Hell
10.Man On The Silver Mountain
12.Heaven And Hell (reprise)
13.Jesus Mary & The Holy Ghost
15.The Last In Line
16.Rainbow In The Dark
18.Here’s To You
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3.A Te Feat. Kenny G on Sax Soprano
4.Vivo Per Lei duet with Heather Headley
5.Io Ci Sarò Lang Lang on Piano
6.Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2 In C Sharp Minor performed by Lang Lang
7.La Voce Del Silenzio duet with Elisa
8.Dancing performed by Elisa
9.Canto Della Terra duet with Sarah Brightman
11.Medley: Besame Mucho, Somos Novios & Can’t Help Falling In Love
12.Because We Believe
13.The Prayer duet with Heather Headley
15.Vivere duet with Laura Pausini
17.Il Mare Calmo Della Sera
18.Con Te Partirò duet with Sarah Brightman
Genre: Rock, documentary
Year: 2003/2013 Quality: Blu-ray Container: BDMV Video codec: MPEG-4 Audio Codec: PCM
Video: 1920x1080i / 16:9 / 29,970 fps / 30005 kbps Audio: LPCM Audio / 2.0 / 48 kHz / 2304 kbps / 24-bit Subtitles: English German Spanish French Italian Dutch Portuguese
Eagle Vision’s new SD Blu-ray range presents upscaled standard definition original material with uncompressed stereo for the best possible quality.
Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon is both a masterpiece and a phenomenon. It is an iconic album with an instantly recognizable sleeve and music that has stood the test of time in the 40 years since its release. It is also one of the bestselling albums in history. There couldn’t be a more appropriate album to include in Eagle Vision’s Classic Album series. As usual the main program includes interviews with all the members of the band: Roger Waters, Richard Wright, David Gilmour and Nick Mason, plus the engineer, Alan Parsons, the designer, the late Storm Thorgerson, and other people involved in the recording and release of the album.
In addition to the 50 minute TV version, there are over 40 minutes of bonus footage including the following:
Brain Damage. A complete solo acoustic performance by Roger Waters together with his thoughts on the song.
Money. Roger Waters and Alan Parsons discuss the song, intercut with David Gilmour playing guitar and Roger Waters playing bass.
Us And Them. Richard Wright talks about writing the song and plays solo piano, along with excerpts from the full album track.
Breathe. A complete solo acoustic performance by David Gilmour.
Time. Roger Waters discusses the track followed by an excerpt from the animated video used at Pink Floyd concerts and Roger Waters original demo recording.
Gilmour’s Guitars. David Gilmour illustrates the guitar parts from three tracks on the album: Breathe, The Great Gig In The Sky and Us And Them.
Bonus Interviews (36:16) includes longer and/or unedited versions of several interviews that are included in the documentary.