DRI: Live At The Ritz 1987

Hardcore-metal pioneers D.R.I. let loose with a super-sized dose of their trademark sonic mayhem in this concert video, shot during a gig in New York City in 1987. D.R.I.: Live At The Ritz includes the band powering through "Five Year Plan", "Madman", "Argument Then War", "No Religion", "Commuter Man", "Couch Slouch", "Nursing Home Blues", and many more. Also included are five studio-shot promotional clips, including the tunes "Suit and Tie Guy", "Acid Rain", and "Syringes in the Sandbox"

Anthrax: Oidivnikufesin 1991

Filmed live at London’s Hammersmith Odeon on the Among The Living tour, Oidivnikufesin (henceforth referred to as "Oidiv") captures Anthrax at the creative peak of the 80s thrash wave, riding high on the success of what is almost always hailed as their finest release. (That said, this reviewer holds Sound Of White Noise above Among The Living, but that's another discussion for another day.) This is Belladonna-era 'Thrax, pre-Public Enemy collaboration, playing some kick-ass metal in front of legions of British fans, their goofy take on thrash in full swing and embodied by Mutant Ninja Turtles and hideous jam shorts and haircuts that they all surely regret. Originally released in 1991 on VHS, this was re-issued on DVD in 2008 and again as part of the Deluxe Edition of Among the Living in 2009.

Gipsy Kings - Tierra Gitana 2005

This DVD features a documentary about the band, entitled ""Tierra Gitana"" (57 minutes) and a concert recorded at the height of the Gipsy Kings' popularity. Tierra Gitana: Igual Se Enfonces, Baila Me, A Tu Vera, Un Amor, Galaxia, Catalunia, Viento del Arena, Montana, Campesino, A Ti A Ti, Siempre Acaba du Vida, Bamboleo. Live Concert: Liberta, Chiribi, Pharaon, Bamboleo, Trista Pena, Caminando Por La Calle, Djobi Djoba, Passion A Mi Manera, Pena Penita, El Camino, Fandango, Viento Del Arena, Bem Bem Maria, Improvisation Gitane, Allegria

Brother Firetribe: Live at Apollo 2010

Live recording video & audio from Finnish Rock Band, recorded in Apollo, Helsinki 15 April 2009 and includes Anette Olzon (ex-Nightwish, ex-Alyson Avenue) singing on "Heart Full of Fire"

Duran Duran MTV Unplugged 1993

A bootleg with songs recorded on MTV show on 17th November 1993, aired 2005 on VH1: Hungry like The Wolf, Ordinary World, Serious, Girls On Film, Rio, Planet Earth, Come Undone, Too Much Information.

Pixies at Austin City Limits 2005 2005

Austin City Limits has, for more than 30 years, honored both artists and music fans, creating an intimate connection between the two. Aiming beyond style boundaries, trends, or geography, ACL promises an authentic music experience while delivering the highest standard of discovery and production. This musical mission has expanded and bloomed at the ACL Music Festival in a convergence of performance, culture, people, and the beloved green expanse of Zilker Park in Austin, Texas. Artists included are The Pixies, Dashboard Confessional, Ben Harper, Los Lonely Boys, Blind Boys of Alabama and many more. Rhino. 2005.

Kinshasa Symphony 2010

The Film "Kinshasa Symphony" shows how people living in one of the most chaotic cities in the world have managed to forge one of the most complex systems of human cooperation ever invented: a symphony orchestra. It is a film about the Congo, about the people of Kinshasa and about music.

Cesaria Evora: Live in Paris 2003

Singer Cesaria Evora is the cultural ambassador and greatest star of her native country, Cape Verde, a former Portuguese colony off the Northwestern coast of Africa. She excels at the highly stylized and emotionally intense ballad style known as the "morna," a melodramatic, mournful romantic music that is much like the Portuguese fado, full of beautiful, melancholy guitars and impassioned lyrics of love lost and life both savored and endured. For those of us unlucky enough to be unable to attend any of her concerts, here is a splendid presentation of Cesaria and her band, recorded live at the Zenith Theatre in Spring of 2001.

Cesaria Evora: Live in Paris 2001

Singer Cesaria Evora is the cultural ambassador and greatest star of her native country, Cape Verde, a former Portuguese colony off the Northwestern coast of Africa. She excels at the highly stylized and emotionally intense ballad style known as the "morna," a melodramatic, mournful romantic music that is much like the Portuguese fado, full of beautiful, melancholy guitars and impassioned lyrics of love lost and life both savored and endured. For those of us unlucky enough to be unable to attend any of her concerts, here is a splendid presentation of Cesaria and her band, recorded live at the Zenith Theatre in Spring of 2001.

Céline Dion - The Colour of My Love Concert 1998

Filmed in Quebec in 1995, this concert souvenir captures Celine Dion as she turned the corner from pop contender to platinum princess. Long a star in Canada, and a major draw throughout the Francophone world, the Québecois vocalist was still a relatively new, if increasingly successful, commodity stateside. A clutch of single hits, augmented by two big soundtrack themes, hadn't entirely erased the suspicion that Dion's career was being bolted together on an assembly line not far from Mariah Carey's--apart from frequent overlaps in production support, both singers relied on similar mixtures of sweeping ballads and crisp, uptempo dance workouts, and both were notorious for their vocal gymnastics.

From Nothing, Something: A Documentary on the Creative Process 2012

Everyone has ideas. But what where do they come from? And what ensures they keep coming? How do you sort the genius ideas from the useless ones? Why invest all this hope and energy into making things in the first place? From Nothing, Something profiles creative thinkers across a variety of disciplines and finds common methods, habits, mindsets and neuroses that help bring breakthrough ideas into being. This is a thoughtful, intimate, often funny look at the creative process—straight from the brains of some of our culture's most accomplished and inspiring talents.

Oliver Dragojević à l'Olympia 2006

After he won over the public at home, it was time to use his unique musical style to entertain the international public, who await his concerts with excitement. In 2005, in the Parisian concert hall Olympia, Oliver started making all the dreams he dreamt as a boy come true.

Mariza: Live in London 2004

The new queen of the Portuguese folk music known as fado shines in the impressive Mariza Live in London, a 2003 concert recorded at the Union Chapel in London. The twentysomething Lisbon resident has been hailed as the successor to fado legend Amália Rodrigues; now, after two well-received CDs, comes Mariza's first filmed concert performance, and it is stunning. Mariza is backed primarily by acoustic guitar, acoustic bass guitar, and "Portuguese guitar," a 12-string instrument that looks something like a lute and sounds a bit like a Greek bouzouki; there is some piano as well, and Guy Barker's muted trumpet provides "O Deserto" with a pronounced jazzy feel. But the singer is the main attraction here, and the power and passion of Mariza's delivery on "Barco Negro" and nearly all the others in the 16-song set, including more upbeat, celebratory numbers like "Oica La o Senhor Vinho" (the introductions are in English, but the tunes are all in Portuguese) are undeniable.

Coldplay: Live at Austin City Limits 2011

With an alluring, melodic pop sound and multi-instrumental arrangements, English, alternative-rock band, Coldplay has enchanted audiences everywhere over the years. Coldplay’s second appearance on ACL’s stage is another milestone for the historic show and a one-of-a-kind episode with the band’s unique production.

Amy Winehouse - Live at Glastonbury Jazz World Stage 2007 2007

Location of The Glastonbury Festival takes place in south west England at Worthy Farm between the small villages of Pilton and Pylle in the county of Somerset, six miles east of the town of Glastonbury, overlooked by the Glastonbury Tor in the mystical "Vale of Avalon". The area has a number of legends and spiritual traditions, and is a "New Age" site of interest: ley lines are considered to converge on the Tor. The nearest town to the festival site is Shepton Mallet, three miles (5 km) north east, but there continues to be interaction between the people espousing alternative lifestyles living in Glastonbury and the festival itself. The farm is situated between the A361 and A37 roads.