Crossfire Hurricane is an intimate look through the half-century-long career of “the greatest rock and roll band in the world.” It’s well worth watching for any fan of The Stones.
Heavy Metal, par excellence, returns as a high resolution download set, Van Halen Studio Recordings 1978-1984, from HDtracks. This 3-hour plus collection really delivers the goods, giving us the original lineup sounding about as good as we will ever hear them.
The Doors are captured at their performance best in this live Hollywood Bowl 1968 film. Obvious drug use and idiosyncrasies aside, this is an exciting experience and has benefited from serious sound remastering.
Gary Moore is joined by members of the Jimi Hendrix Experience for a rocking tribute concert to the legendary guitar god.
Carlos Santana proves baby boomers can still rock out in this electrifying 2011 Montreux appearance caught in splendid 1080i HD from Eagle Rock.
Pink Floyd follow up their colossal Dark Side of the Moon Immersion box set with this Wish You Were Here Immersion set containing the highly anticipated 5.1 mix of the classic album in high resolution PCM on Blu-ray.
After a four decade layoff, Cream were in top form for this 2005 stint at Royal Albert Hall, and the Blu-ray release from Eagle Rock is top notch as well, with reference audio and video.
The Boss’ classic 1978 album is given the deluxe treatment in this 3-CD/3-Blu-ray box that includes The Promise making-of documentary, classic period concert performances, and a new 2009 live album performance from the original Darkness-era E. Street Band.
This Classic Albums’ release gives you an in-depth look at what many fans and critics alike consider to be the pivotal point in Tom Petty’s career, as well as the making of one of his best albums.
Neil Young has finally announced an official release date of June 2 for his long-awaited Archives set on the official Neil Young website. The 10-disc Blu-ray set, being released day-and-date with the DVD and CD editions…