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    Charlie Daniels Band

    Year: 2004

    Runtime: 1 hr 20 min

    The lengthy career of The Charlie Daniels Band is showcased in this unforgettable concert experience. Join Daniels and his musical cohorts for a decades-spanning overview of country classics--including "El Toreador," "Simple Man," "Long Haired Country Boy," "The Devil Went Down to Georgia," "Carolina" (performed with the Nashville Symphony), and more.

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  • Black Ice Vérité

    Drive By Truckers

    Year: 2014

    Runtime: 1 hr 5 min

    "This truly is Armageddon." said the local Athens, GA meteorologist on the seemingly sub-zero night last winter that the Drive-By Truckers were scheduled to play live at the 40 Watt. Luckily no snow, ice or hail could stop the band from firing up the room as they performed their critically acclaimed 12th LP, English Oceans, in full. Titled Black Ice Verite, fans will be able to re-live this concert experience as a live film. As the final track on English Oceans,"Grand Canyon" brings together both the record and the band's 40 Watt performance, as it is an emotionally overwhelming elegy for Craig Lieske. Lieske was a longtime member of DBT's touring family, a former manager of the 40 Watt Club and a key player in the city's experimental music scene. Lieske died suddenly of a heart attack in January 2013 following the first night of the band's three-night homecoming stand in Athens. English Oceans is dedicated to him.

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  • Live at the Greek Theater

    The Doobie Brothers

    Year: 1981

    Runtime: 1 hr 15 min

    Recorded at the Greek Theatre in Berkeley, California in 1982, this concert was the last date on the Doobie Brothers' "Farewell Tour". It was an emotional night and would be their last gig for 5 years. The band played a set containing all their best loved hits from across their career and were joined by founding member Tom Johnston for the last two tracks, with former members John Hartman (also from the original line-up), Tiran Porter and Michael Hossack coming on stage for the celebratory finale of "Listen To The Music". The band are in fantastic form and rise to the occasion magnificently, they can rarely have delivered a better performance throughout their distinguished career.

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  • August and Everything After

    Counting Crows

    Year: 2007

    Runtime: 1 hr 18 min

    Counting Crows’ debut album “August and Everything After” was an instant success on its release in late 1993 and went on to sell over 7 million copies in America. In the UK it charted at No.16 and has sold over 400,000 copies. On September 18, 2007, the band performed the complete album live for the first time at Town Hall in New York City. The gig was filmed in high definition and is now presented here as the first ever Counting Crows live concert release. The band has maintained a hugely successful career with global album sales now in excess of 20 million but they have always saved their finest moments for the live arena.

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  • Busted Circuits and Ringing Ears

    Tad

    Year: 2007

    Runtime: 1 hr 30 min

    This film spans the entire career of Tad, featuring archival live footage, interviews, music videos, and lost footage, as well as new footage and interviews with the band members and Krist Novoselic (Nirvana), Mark Arm (Mudhoney), Kim Thayil (Soundgarden), Chad Channing (Nirvana), and many others. TAD took the idea of playing LIVE very seriously; it was a life or death matter. This documentary not only stands as testimony, but it's also a cinematic document of the world's HEAVIEST band EVER (as Bruce Pavitt so incisively puts it) boldly stretching that assertion beyond any previously known limitations. Better than a tattoo, it's an open scar that roars, a broken alarm bell ringing from the lost event horizon of a long-dead star, one would never see - that is, until this film clipped it back onto the light box of the silver screen, where it can be deciphered and viewed anew. This documentary telescopes the musical pathology of Tad down to the image of an electrocardiograph recording the minor-mode melody of a final infarct, a demented soundtrack that is neither tame nor de-clawed. It was never meant to be. Dare to feel it, and risk bleeding internally.

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  • What Did You Expect? Live At Cat's Cradle

    The Archers Of Loaf

    Year: 2010

    Runtime: 1 hr 29 min

    Indie rock icons the Archers of Loaf reunited in 2011, and during the course of their reunion tour played two hometown concerts at Cat's Cradle in Chapel Hill, NC. Combining in-your-face concert footage along with rare interviews of the band, this film by director Gorman Bechard documents those concerts, and captures the excitement of this extraordinary band.

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  • Rockin' Down the Highway: The Wildlife Concert

    The Doobie Brothers

    Year: 1995

    Runtime: 1 hr 49 min

    This historic live concert event unites the three lead vocalists of The Doobie Brothers for a special greatest hits performance including brand new music, exclusive interviews and behind-the-scenes footage.

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  • Live at The Mercury Lounge

    Blitzen Trapper

    Year: 2007

    Runtime: 29 min

    Blitzen Trapper's music went through various genres with each record, bouncing from indie folk to art rock to experimental folk before settling into a rich, dusty brand of Neil Young-inspired alt country. The band formed in 2000 in Portland, Oregon, with songwriter Eric Earley leading a lineup that also included Erik Menteer (guitar, keyboard), Brian Adrian Koch (drums, vocals), Michael Van Pelt (bass), Drew Laughery (keyboard), and Marty Marquis (keyboard, vocals). Before signing a record contract in 2007, the band released three albums on its own dime: an eponymous effort in 2003, Field Rexx in 2005, and the highly acclaimed Wild Mountain Nation in 2007. The latter album landed the group a record deal with Sub Pop.

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  • Legends in Concert

    Creedence Clearwater Revival

    Year: 1955

    Runtime: 44 min

    Creedence Clearwater Revival was an American rock band that gained popularity in the late 1960s and early 1970s with a number of successful singles drawn from various albums.

    This title features various live performances by Creedence Clearwater Revival.

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  • Talk to the Hand: Live in Michigan

    Barenaked Ladies

    Year: 2006

    Runtime: 1 hr 10 min

    With over ten million albums sold worldwide, including one multi-platinum album (Stunt) and two platinum albums (Maroon and Rock Spectacle) in the U.S., Barenaked Ladies are one of Canada's greatest musical exports. Now, they cross the border once again for their first-ever live DVD Talk to the Hand: Live in Michigan. With a blend of classics including "One Week," "Pinch Me" and "If I Had $1000000," and hits from the recent releases Barenaked Ladies Are Me and Barenaked Ladies Are Men, this concertshows not only why Barenaked Ladies remain loved by their many fans, but also why they are one of the world's greatest touring bands.

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  • Starshaped

    Blur

    Year: 1993

    Runtime: 1 hr

    Three years of candid camera on the road with Blur, from Reading 1991 through the dark ages of the EEC in 1992 and then on to Modern Life. This 126 minute tour film features live footage including scenes from Glastonbury ’92, the Heineken Music Festival ’94 in Nottingham, and festivals in Germany, Denmark and Sweden. It is a fascinating rockumentary about the early days of one of the most influential bands of the 1990s.

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  • Alive at Red Rocks

    Incubus

    Year: 2004

    Runtime: 2 hr 26 min

    Recorded at one of America’s most legendary outdoor amphitheaters, Incubus’ Alive at Red Rocks finds the California quintet performing their biggest hits plus cuts from A Crow Left Of The Murder, including "Megalomaniac" and "Talk Shows On Mute."

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  • Live at Soundstage

    Peter Wolf

    Year: 2003

    Runtime: 53 min

    This episode features the eclectic, dynamic and wonderful Peter Wolf who is best known for his years fronting the J. Geils Band. Wolf's delivery is high velocity all the way with songs including: "Growin' Pain," "Long Way Back Again," "Nothing But The Wheel," "Long Line," "Homework," "Believe in Me," "Sleepless," "Cry One More Time," "All Torn Up" and "Waiting on The Moon." Wolf recently scored a record within Rolling Stone's list of the "500 Greatest Albums of All Time" with his solo release, "Sleepless." Throughout the evening, his soundscape washes through the audience and locks them into a syncopated, pulsating rhythm. His effervescent energy parallels performers half his age. His soulful vocals and rollicking persona culminate in a performance not to be missed.

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  • The Battle of Mexico City

    Rage Against The Machine

    Year: 1999

    Runtime: 1 hr 35 min

    Outside Mexico City's Sports Pavilion, hundreds of young Rage fans rattle metal fences and throw rocks at the increasingly nervous police. Inside, a seething crowd of 5,000 lucky ticket holders cram into the cavernous pavilion chanting anti-government slogans and poking their middle fingers into the thick, sweaty air while waiting for Rage Against the Machine to storm the stage.

    One of the greatest live acts in music history, Rage only affirms that fact with this show. Whatever club, theater, arena, or stadium they're in, the opening of each Rage Against the Machine show always feels like a grenade has gone off. But this night it was as if a truckful of bombs blew up as the band tore into the opening salvo of "Testify." Fans cascaded toward the stage like rippling waves stopping only to pogo up-and-down like jackhammers.

    Longtime supporters of various political causes in Mexico, Rage were performing for the very first time in Mexico City. The connection between the band and the audience is electric. From the early "all hell can't stop us now" chant in "Guerilla Radio" to the blood-curling screams in the finale of "Freedom," there is an urgency at this show that is unrivaled. This is live rock & roll as it's meant to be heard: fierce, funky, uncompromising. This is Rage Against the Machine in their finest hour.

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  • Live At Soundstage

    Lynyrd Skynyrd

    Year: 2010

    Runtime: 53 min

    With a backbone of Southern rock and country, passionate Van Zant vocals, and trademark layered guitars, Lynyrd Skynyrd deliver renditions of their iconic classics Sweet Home Alabama, and That Smell that will blow you away. This episode is littered with hits, rousing guitar solos, and songs from their new album, God and Guns. Dont miss an epic Freebird finale that does justice to the 35-year legacy of this all-star rock and roll group.

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  • Live in Manchester

    Don Mclean

    Year: 1991

    Runtime: 1 hr 14 min

    Singer/songwriter Don McClean performs a fifteen-song set in Manchester that includes renditions of his signature songs such as "Vincent," "1967," and "American Pie."

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  • Live from Gatorville

    Tom Petty

    Year: 2003

    Runtime: 1 hr 56 min

    Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers are responsible for such infectious songs as "American Girl," and "Don't Do Me Like That," "Free Fallin" and some of the most critically acclaimed albums of all time such as, "Damn the Torpedoes," and "Full Moon Fever." Throughout the years, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers have continued earning critical praise and fan adoration for their trademark brand of straight-ahead, American rock 'n' roll and their refusal to compromise their integrity. Along the way, they have become recognized as one of America's greatest rock bands and were inducted into the Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame in 2002, their first year of eligibility.

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  • Bug Live at 9:30 Club: In the Hands of the Fans

    Dinosaur Jr.

    Year: 2011

    Runtime: 1 hr 3 min

    Through an online contest, six fans are selected to film Dinosaur Jr. performing ""Bug"" in its entirety at the 9:30 Club in Washington DC, June 2011. Experience the fans' joy as they witness a classic performance and meet their heroes face to face in an exclusive interview with the band. Under the awesome direction of Dave Markey (The Year Punk Broke), ""In the Hands of the Fans"" brings the fans closer to the band and the music closer to you. Includes bonus footage of Henry Rollins speaking candidly to Markey about the the band, and interviewing them on stage before the show.

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  • The Morning View Sessions

    Incubus

    Year: 2001

    Runtime: 1 hr 49 min

    October 23, 2001, on the release day of their album "Morning View," Incubus assembled in Sony's New York City studios to perform an intimate concert of their new material.

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  • MTV Unplugged

    Placebo

    Year: 2015

    Runtime: 1 hr 15 min

    On the 19th of August, Placebo performed a unique one-off show for MTV Unplugged at the London Studios in the UK. Here we present the results of this incredible show.The band were encased in spectacular LED box during the performance, from where they belted out some of their most well-loved tracks such as 'The Bitter End' and 'Every You Every Me.' Some new gems were dropped in for good measure, alongside surprise guests Joan As Police Woman and Majke Voss Romme (Broken Twin). No Placebo show would be complete without some signature cover versions and this set did not disappoint, from the breath-taking opener to the show- Sinead O'Connors 'Jackie' to a melancholy version of Pixies 'Where Is My Mind'

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  • Screamadelica -Live

    Primal Scream

    Year: 2010

    Runtime: 1 hr 18 min

    Primal Scream's seminal album "Screamadelica" defined a generation. It's mix of rock, dance, dub, gospel and more caught the zeitgeist of the early nineties to perfection and it went on to win the inaugural Mercury Music Prize in 1992 and consistently be named as "Best Album Of The Nineties" and appear in numerous "All Time Best Albums" lists. This show, filmed on November 26th 2010 at London's Olympia, was the first time that Primal Scream had performed the whole album live and it became one of the "must see" gigs of the year. The band was accompanied by a brass section and a gospel choir with back projections specially created for the event. The result was a stunning musical and visual triumph and proved, if it needed to be, that Screamadelica is one of the finest albums ever made and that Primal Scream are one of the truly great live bands.

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  • Sweet Home Alabama - Live At Rockpalast

    Lynyrd Skynyrd

    Year: 1996

    Runtime: 1 hr 34 min

    Lynyrd Skynyrd are the ultimate Southern Rock band. Their signature three guitar attack coupled to superb songwriting and massive on stage charisma has rightfully earned them a reputation as one of the greatest live bands of all time. The original band infamously had their career cut short by a disastrous plane crash in 1977 which took the lives of three members plus two of their road crew and seriously injured several others. In 1987 the surviving members reformed the band with Johnny Van Zant taking the place of his brother Ronnie. This concert from 1996 captures the band on top form at Rockpalasts Loreley Festival on 23 June 1996.

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  • In Session

    J.J. Cale

    Year: 1978

    Runtime: 1 hr 19 min

    This film is the most intimate look at JJ Cale ever. Recorded in 1979 at the Paradise Studios in Los Angeles this rare and unique session with Leon Russell on keyboards, has never been seen before and gives fans the chance to see this unique talent at work in the studio.

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  • Live from Freedom Hall

    Lynyrd Skynyrd

    Year: 2008

    Runtime: 1 hr 28 min

    'Live From Freedom Hall' not only captures the band in its most natural state-on stage, but is also one of the last concert she to be recorded with longtime members Billy Powell and Ean Evans, both of whom passed away in 2009. The release is a tribute to and a celebration of Skynyrd. The set features all the classics including 'Sweet Home Alabama' and 'Free Bird.'

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