The first long-form video documenting the long and winding history of Envy's sound and vision. Presented here are seventeen of the band's most notable live performances, spanning a dozen years.
"The Sky Remains The Same As Ever" is a nearly two-hour document of the recording sessions for Mono's "You Are There", and the several worldwide tours that followed its release.
Coming off a tour spanning two-and-a-half years, the rock act Shinedown presents LIVE FROM THE INSIDE, a Chris Sims-directed concert feature documenting the band's last show from their LEAVE A WHISPER tour. Taking the stage at the House of Blues in North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, Shinedown performs hits from its debut album including "Burning Bright," "Fly From the Inside," "Simple Man," "45," and "Stranger Inside."
01. Samadhi (Prelude) 02. Resign To Surrender 03. Sensorium 04. Mother Of Light 05. Unleashed 06. Martyr Of The Free Word 07. Cry For The Moon 08. Tides Of Time 09. Blank Infinity 10. The Obsessive Devotion 11. Kingdom of Heaven Encore: 12. Sancta Terra 13. Quietus 14. Consign To Oblivion
This is a live DVD recorded for MTV in 2004, where the former Titãs frontman performs 18 songs from various phases of his career. As usual, when it comes to these MTV live recordings, the sound and production is very slick and elaborate, constituting a rich framework for Nando Reis' music. Worth special mention here are the versions of some of his own tracks that were previously recorded by other artists, such as "Relicário," "All Star" and the beautiful "O Segundo Sol" (all three by Cássia Eller) and "Do Seu Lado" (Jota Quest). The old Titãs material is also excellent, as for example the hit "Cegos do Castelo," the reggae "Marvin" and the slightly odd but humorous "Não Vou Me Adaptar." The mildly meditative "Mantra" is another highlight. On "Pomar" Reis is joined by the young band Ultramen from Rio Grande do Sul. The fine production and excellent song material make this perhaps Nando Reis' strongest effort as a solo artist.
Paris By Night 101: Hanh Phuc Dau Nam (Happiness in the New Year) is a Paris By Night program produced by Thuy Nga that was filmed at the Pechanga Resort & Casino in Temecula, California on November 13 and 14, 2010 and released on DVD, 2 months later, on January 14th, 2011. The show was hosted by Nguyen Ngoc Ngan and Nguyen Cao Ky Duyen. This PBN is the 4th Xuan based program after PBN 76, 80, and 85.
Peace Through Superior Firepower is the name of Cradle of Filth's 2005 music DVD released through Roadrunner Records. The title references the popular T-shirt slogan featured in the 1986 film Aliens. The DVD contains a full concert filmed on 2 April 2005 at Elysée Montmartre, Paris. It also contains six music videos and extra features including footage of a signing session and a "Shockumentary".
Extra content from The Prodigy: Worlds on Fire.
he concert film Buried Alive, directed by Mika Ronkainen, filmed at the funeral gig, was premiered at Oulu Music Video Festival September 9, 2006.
Recorded live at Houston's Lakewood Church, this collection of live performances and video clips features guest appearances by Bishop T.D. Jakes, Shirley Caesar, Crystal Lewis, Donnie McClurkin and more
Donnie McClurkin's voice has become one of universal solace and encouragement. You now have a front-row seat to this concert event that features Donnie, his signature voice, and a captivated UK audience. This recording of Live in London and More... was filmed before a packed house at the famous Fairfield Hall in Croydon, England and offers Donnie's flawless and timeless renditions of the songs you have grown to love, including "Caribbean Medley," "Who Would've Thought..." featuring Marvin Winans, and "Just for Me." Also included is live and concept video footage of 2001's Gospel Song of the Year, "We Fall Down."
Filmed 1-3 June 1991 at Birmingham NEC on their Performance tour. Conceived by David Alden. Concert designed by David Fielding with choreography by Jacob Marley. Film directed by Eric Watson and produced by Dickie Jeffares for Manga! Films. Digitally remastered and visually restored in 2004.
These worship songs explore themes including sacrifice and redemption ("Beautiful Exchange"), love ("Our God Is Love") and hope ("Forever Reign"), which is also the first radio single. Hillsong Live albums are led by worship leaders including Reuben Morgan, Joel Houston, Ben Fielding and Darlene Zschech. Other key songs include: "Open My Eyes" (sung by Reuben Morgan), "The One Who Saves" (sung by Ben Fielding) and "Greatness Of Our God" (sung by Darlene Zschech). Many of the songs were written by Reuben Morgan with other authors such as Jason Ingram, Stu Garrard, Ben Fielding and Darlene Zschech. It is the last album to feature Brooke Fraser as a Worship Leader.
Recorded live at the New Birth Cathedral, Atlanta, GA. 1. Magnify Him. 2. Medley #1: Glory Song; Yet Praise Him; Shabach. 3. Thou Art A Shield For Me. 4. Medley #2: Thats What You Are To Me; It Is To You; Glory To Your Name. 5. Never Too Busy. 6. The Presence Of The Lord Is Here. 7. Still Say Yes.
Daddy Sang Bass (with the Carter Family) Keep on the Sunny Side (with the Carter Family) Georgia on a Fast Train (with John Carter Cash and the Carter Family) Ring of Fire (with the Carter Family) Folsom Prison Blues Get Rhythmn I Still Miss Someone A Boy Named Sue Ghost Riders in the Sky Long Black Veil (with Kris Kristofferson) Big River (with Kris Kristofferson) Jackson (with June Carter Cash) Wabash Cannonball (with the Carter Family) Will the Circle be Unbroken (with the Carter Family) Forty Shades of Green (with Sandy Kelly, Kris Kristofferson, and the Carter Family) I Walk the Line
Hailing from one of America’s most renowned and successful bands, Fleetwood Mac, Lindsey Buckingham embarked on a productive and storied solo career that continues to evolve 18 years after his departure from the band. Reuniting in 2003 with Fleetwood Mac, Buckingham and his former cohorts released Say You Will and embarked on a worldwide tour. With this Soundstage appearance, Buckingham’s performance spans the various eras of his career. Whether performing Rumours hits “Red Rover” and “Peacekeeper” from Say You Will, or 1981’s Law and Order single “Trouble” and the title song from Go Insane, As an added bonus, the alluring Stevie Nicks joins Buckingham during the set, providing an intimate view of the chemistry that once propelled their former band to the top of the charts. Though their once tumultuous relationship was a topic that reached near-epic proportions, this reunion eclipses the controversy, placing all emotion back into the songs that defined them.
Joe Elliott (vocals) Vivian Campbell (guitar) Rick "Sav" Savage (bass) Rick Allen (drums) Phil Collen (guitar). Let's Get Rocked - Another Hit And Run - Too Late For Love - Hysteria - Make Love Like A Man - Foolin' - Rocket - Two Steps Behind - Have You Ever Needed Someone So Bad - Armageddon It - Pour Some Sugar On Me - Rock Of Ages - Love Bites - Photograph recorded live at Sheffield Stadium, Sheffield, UK, June 6, 1993 In the early 80s Def Leppard started new standards in British heavy metal. Trendy power chords and 5000 vocal tracks in the chorus involved sopping metal hymns and arenas with topless teens. It is not easy to be a legend. No matter what you do, no matter how much you change and you deliver qualitative work you are always in the eye of the critics and are measured against the famous classics. "Def Leppard" are not an exception. The hard rock institution from Sheffield delivered with "Pyromania" and "Hysteria" two groundbreaking albums in the 80s - million seller.
Tracklist: * 1973 (Unplugged) * I Really Want You (Unplugged) * No Bravery (Unplugged) * One Of The Brightest Stars (Unplugged) * Same Mistake (Unplugged) * Wiseman (Unplugged)