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‘Eric Clapton Live in San Diego with Special Guest J.J. Cale’ Highlights Revered Partnership (DVD REVIEW)

Because Live in San Diego captures a seasoned road ensemble at the peak of its powers, led by an iconic musician clearly inspired to nearly his highest level of playing, this DVD of Eric Clapton’s, ...

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Rise of a Texas Bluesman: Stevie Ray Vaughan 1984-1989 (DVD REVIEW)

There’s a wealth of video material available devoted to the stage work of the late blues icon guitarist Stevie Ray Vaughan, so it’s somewhat surprising there’s precious little corresponding documentary work apart from Rise of ...

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‘Havana Moon’ Captures The Rolling Stones’ Historic Cuba Performance (DVD REVIEW)

For The Rolling Stones, playing Cuba last year may have just been another notch on their fifty-plus year old touring belt, but its historical nature was significant and it was all caught on film for ...

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Heart: Live At The Royal Albert Hall With The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (DVD REVIEW)

While most music fans breathed a sigh of relief when the year finally ended, Heart decided to jubilate with a live DVD celebrating a career highlight. For the female-fronted band from Seattle who were inducted ...

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Mötley Crüe Wraps Up an Era With ‘The End: Live In Los Angeles’ (DVD REVIEW)

It’s been almost a year since Mötley Crüe ended their farewell tour. Tommy Lee, Mick Mars, Vince Neil and Nikki Sixx have moved on to other projects while the dust settled over the grave of the ...

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Iggy Pop Post Pop Depression: Live At The Royal Albert Hall (DVD REVIEW)

“I jumped in the van and managed to somehow lick his chest,” remembered Grace Potter in a 2012 interview with Glide about her first encounter with Iggy Pop. “Don’t ask me how it happened but ...

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KISS Rocks Vegas Documents Joint Residency (DVD REVIEW)

In the mid-1970’s, I was a kid growing up in small town America when a band called KISS started releasing albums. Looking like demons from your worst nightmares, scaring the souls of middle-class parents who ...

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Miles Ahead & Audio Companion Pieces Reaffirm Jazz Icon’s Influence (DVD REVIEW)

Because he so artfully interweaves literal storytelling with provocative movie-making, Don Cheadle deserves an Academy Award for Miles Ahead. Both the conception and execution of this homage to the late Miles Davis are also reflected ...

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Neil Young & Crazy Horse Reaffirm 1978 Brilliance on ‘Rust Never Sleeps’ Reissue (DVD REVIEW)

The almost simultaneous release of two Neil Young DVD’s is a sage move on the part of the Canadian rock icon. Not only does his current touring heighten the visibility of their respective releases, but ...

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Feats First: The Life and Music of Lowell George (DVD REVIEW)

Lowell George was one of contemporary rock’s greatest iconoclasts and, like most such characters, his idiosyncratic tendencies were as close to the source of his talent as the cockeyed lust for life that ultimately led ...

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