Jimi Hendrix: Experience
Various places in the world, trouble is awakening the terror inside every person's view of life, the distant future of overhead airspace is shown in Highway Jenny. It compares existance with one's lifetime and afterlife, it contemplates the purity and death of future generations, and to the person who looks at the importance of the choices in their own life, it will be appealing.
Isaac Hayes: The Black Moses Of Soul
Grateful Dead: Rocking The Cradle
Hollywood Festival North West England 1970
Grateful Dead: Crimson, White & Indigo | Philadelphia July 7, 1989: SET I: 1)Hell In A Bucket, 2. Iko Iko, 3. Little Red Rooster, 4. Ramble On Rose, 5. Stuck Inside Of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again, 6. Loser, 7. Let It Grow, 8. Blow Away | SET II: 1. Box Of Rain, 2. Scarlet Begonias, 3. Fire On The Mountain, 4. Estimated Prophet, 5. Standing On The Moon, 6. Rhythm Devils, 7. Space, 8. The Other One, 9. Wharf Rat, 10. Turn On Your Lovelight, 11. Knockin' On Heaven's Door
George Duke: Live At Shibuya Public Hall - Tokyo, Japan 1983
Embryo: Vagabunden Karawane
The legendary super group in all its glory, featuring 9 classic tracks.
Colosseum: Complete Reunion Concert 1994
Big Brother and The Holding Company: Nine Hundred Nights
With a catalog of rockin' hits, the music of Iron Butterfly defined a generation- but one song, and one song alone, made them superstars- In A Godda Da Vida. For the first time in nearly 25 years, Iron Butterfly returns to the stage for the comeback of the century!
King Crimson: Live In Japan
Jimi Hendrix: Woodstock, Monterey, Atlanta
Loggins & Messina: Sittin' In Again At The Santa Barbara Bowl
This Doors DVD compiles three films Live at the Hollywood Bowl, Dance on Fire and The Soft Parade - A Retrospective . The first was filmed live at the Hollywood Bowl in the summer of 1968. The second is a collection of 14 videos, including some rare footage from television performances. The third includes the Doors' last televised appearance on PBS in 1969 in the aftermath of the infamous Miami concert that resulted in Morrison's arrest for "indecent exposure."
Caravan: The 35th Anniversary Concert
Soft Machine: Legacy
Buddy Miles: Changes
Cat Stevens gave his final concert at Wembley Arena in London on November 22, 1979, before retiring from music. He had formally converted to Islam nearly two years earlier, taking the new name Yusuf Islam. On March 1, 2007, he returned to live performing by staging a concert at the Porchester Hall in London that was taped for a one-hour program broadcast on BBC1. That show is the main part of this DVD. His beard now gray and white, Islam combines songs from his comeback album, An Other Cup, with old Cat Stevens favorites.