Amy Winehouse with band Live at Glastonbury Festival. Saturday night 29th June 2008.
It's cattlemen versus sheepmen and Trigger Gargan appears to be the leader of the gang causing the trouble. But unknown to Ranger Tex Lawrence, the respected town citizen Barrow is the boss and is tipping off the gang as to the Ranger's activities.
Guitar-heads Tesla crank out their heavy metal hits in this collection of videos. Songs include "Modern Day Cowboy," "Little Suzi," "Gettin' Better," "Heaven's Trail (No Way Out)," "Hang Tough," "Lazy Days Crazy Nights," "Love Songs," "Edison's Medicine," "Signs," "Paradise," "Call It What You Want," "Try So Hard," "What You Give" and "Stir It Up." The video also features interviews with various band members, plus Frank Hannon going acoustic.
On the heels of his tour with G3, world-renowned "shred" guitarist Paul Gilbert gives viewers private instruction as he explains his technique of performing scales, chords and notes in a step-by-step approach. This release also captures Gilbert performing live in concert in Japan and playing on stage at the MI in Hollywood. Musicians Joe Satriani and John Petrucci of G3 make appearances.
Led by guitarist and vocalist Dave Mustaine, thrash metal group Megadeth had enormous success through the late 1980s and early 90s. Music videos that span their entire career, such as "Symphony of Destruction" and "Train of Consequences," are included. As the band honed their threatening sound and nihilistic lyrics to perfection, their fan base grew, and so did the production value for their music videos.
One of the most popular bands from the thrash metal scene in the 1980s, the New York City-based Anthrax provided fans with pure head-bangin' pleasure. Covering the group's most fertile period, from 1985 to 1991, this video assembles 17 Anthrax videos, plus three bonus videos -- including one with rap legends Public Enemy. As a special feature, the rockers recorded a video commentary session discussing each song and video.
If you've had enough of performing air guitar, here's your chance to learn how to play the real thing like a pro. This in-depth instructional program covers everything you need to know to improve your skills as a heavy metal guitarist. The tutorial focuses on advanced techniques such as whammy bar tricks, rakes, harmonics, full-neck and metal speed runs and much more.
In this concert recorded live in Poughkeepsie, New York, Keith, Paul, George, Ryan, Damien, and Neil perform the following songs: 1/ Heartland, 2/ Buachaill ón Eirne, 3/ The Dutchman, 4/ Black Is The Color, 5/ Working Man, 6/ Home From The Sea, 7/ Just A Song At Twilight, 8/ Belfast Polka, 9/ Gold & Silver Days, 10/ Noreen, 11/ Steal Away, 12/ Skye Boat Song, 13/ Whiskey In The Jar, 14/ My Love Is Like A Red Red Rose, 15/ Ireland's Call, 16/ A Place In The Choir.
Argentine audiovisual documentary based on a musical tour carried out between 2007 and 2008 by León Gieco along with a group of young artists with disabilities from different provinces of Argentina. The film combines music, singing, dance, and painting, along with the life stories of the protagonists.
Live At Madison Square Garden 1978 is a video and an album by english rock band Jethro Tull, released in 2009. It's a concert made by the band on October 9, 1978 at the Madison Square Garden of New York City. 50 minutes of show was broadcasted live via satellite on the BBC's Old Grey Whistle Test.
On September 1, 1990, at the Shoreline Amphitheater, the Garcia Band performed a particularly poignant kind of magic. A Grateful Dead show was originally scheduled for that date, but the Dead's brilliant, passionate keyboard player, Brent Mydland, had died of an overdose at age 37 in late July. Rather than cancel the gig, the Garcia Band stepped in to deliver one of their most heartfelt performances. First Set - How Sweet It Is ToBe Loved By You, Stop That Train, Dear Prudence, I Shall Be Released, Run for the Roses, My Sisters and Brothers, Deal. Second Set - I Second That Emotion, Think, And It Stoned Me, Waiting For A Miracle, Don't Let G, That Lucky Old Sun (Just Rolls Around Heaven All Day), Tangled Up in Blue.
Recorded in July 2001, this meeting of musical minds saw virtuoso guitarist Yngwie Malmsteem team up with The New Japan Philharmonic Orchestra for an incredible concert experience. Adding layers of pure rock power over the symphonic delights created by the Orchestra, Malmsteem proves his musical skills and wows the crowd in the process. Tracks include "Icarus Dream Fanfare," "Prelude To April," "Sarabande," and many others.
Label: Raster-Noton Catalog#: R-N 76 Format: DVD, NTSC Country: Germany Released: Oct 2006 Genre: Electronic Style: Modern Classical, Minimal, Experimental, Ambient Tracklist 1 Intro 4:51 2 Berlin 5:42 3 Noon 5:55 4 Uoon 10:03 5 Morning + Iano 9:50 6 Barco 6:24 7 Nor 4:20 8 Trioon 9:16 9 Xerox 5:38 10 Siisx + Mur - Encore 7:26 11 Ax. Mr. L. - Encore 5:05 12 Trioon - Second Angle 10:11 13 Morning + Iano - Second Angle 10:37 14 Uoon - Second Angle 10:02 15 Conversation 18:00
Recorded "in the heat of the night" at EMI Toshiba Studio 3 in Tokyo on 5th July 1997.
Comemorando os 15 anos da maior banda independente do Brasil este DVD apresenta um show ao vivo gravado no Teatro Mars em junho de 2001 com seus maiores sucessos.
-- Opening - Jon Stewart -- -- The Seventh Seal -- -- Big Fat Money -- -- Don't Tell Me(What Love Can Do) -- -- Amsterdam -- -- When It's Love -- -- Feelin' -- -- Edward's Solo -- -- Why Can't This Be Love -- -- Finish What Ya Started -- -- Right Now --
1. Dreams 2. Linger 3. Zombie 4. Ode To My Family 5. I Can´t Be With You 6. Ridiculous Thoughts 7. Salvation 8. Free To Decide 9. When You´re Gone 10. Promises 11. Animal Instinct 12. Just My Imagination 13. You & Me 14. Analyse 15. Time Is Ticking Out 16. This Is The Day 17. Stars
Recorded live at the London Astoria 2 on 14 January 1994. For some unknown reason, the performance of "Sunday" was edited out of this video (and all the other "Live" videos). Also, on the opening screen in the video, there is a mistake: The date is listed as 14 February 1994 (it is actually 14 January)