Sunday, March 31, 2013

Sade - Lovers Live (2002)

Sade - Lovers Live (2002)

Lovers Live is the first live album (seventh overall) by the English group Sade. It was released in the United States on 5 February 2002 and in the United Kingdom on 18 February 2002 by Epic Records, and was recorded during one of the shows of their Lovers Live Tour in 2001. The recording was taken from two concerts, held respectively at the Arrowhead Pond in Anaheim, California, and at the Great Western Forum in Inglewood, California.


    "Cherish the Day"
    "Your Love Is King"
    "Somebody Already Broke My Heart"
    "Cherry Pie"
    "Every Word"
    "Smooth Operator"
    "Kiss of Life"
    "Slave Song"
    "Sweetest Gift"
    "The Sweetest Taboo"
    "Lovers Rock"
    "King of Sorrow"
    "No Ordinary Love"
    "By Your Side"
    "Is It a Crime"
    "It's Only Love That Gets You Through"


    Sade Adu – vocals
    Andrew Hale – keyboards
    Stuart Matthewman – guitar, saxophone
    Paul S. Denman – bass
    Karl Vanden Bossche – percussion
    Charlie Bouis – recording engineer
    Ian Duncan – digital editing
    Lynn Jeffrey – personal assistant
    Eric Johnston – assistant engineer
    Pete Lewinson – drums
    Tony Momrelle – vocals
    Sophie Muller – image design
    Andrew Nichols – assistant mixer
    Leroy Osbourne – flute, guitar, vocals
    Howard Page – engineer
    Mike Pela – mixing
    Ryan Waters – guitar

Santana - Sacred Fire: Live in Mexico (1993)

Santana - Sacred Fire: Live in Mexico (1993)

Studio: Island
DVD Release Date: June 26, 2001
Run Time: 97 minutes

Santana - Sacred Fire: Live in Mexico movie was released Jun 26, 2001 by the Universal Music & Video Distribution studio. This DVD was recorded and filmed during a 2 night stand in May of 1993 and brings you over 90 minutes of Santana's greatest hits live! Includes over 16 tracks such as "Black Magic Woman," "Europa," "Angels All Around Us," "Oye Como Va" and more!

1 Angels All Around Us        
2 Spirits Dancing In The Flesh        
3 Esperando        
4 Batuka        
5 No One To Depend On        
6 Wings Of Grace        
7 Black Magic Woman        
8 Gypsy Queen        
9 Oye Como Va        
10 Samba Pa Ti        
11 Guajira        
12 Open Invitation        
13 Make Somebody Happy        
14 Toussaint L'Overture        
15 Soul Sacrifice        
16 Don't Try This At Home        
17 Europa        
18 Ji-Go-Lo-Ba

The Rolling Stones - Bridges to Babylon Tour '97–98 (1998)

 The Rolling Stones - Bridges to Babylon Tour '97–98 (1998)

Bridges to Babylon Tour '97–98 by The Rolling Stones is a concert DVD released in December 1998. It was filmed in the TWA Dome in St. Louis, Missouri on 12 December 1997 during the Bridges to Babylon Tour 1997-1998. Featuring performances by Dave Matthews and Joshua Redman.

Track listing

    "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction"
    "Let's Spend the Night Together"
    "Flip The Switch"
    "Gimme Shelter"
    "Wild Horses" (featuring Dave Matthews)
    "Saint of Me"
    "Out of Control"
    "Waiting on A Friend" (featuring Joshua Redman)
    "Miss You"
    "I Wanna Hold You"
    Across the bridge (B-stage)
    "It's Only Rock 'n Roll (But I Like It)"
    "Like A Rolling Stone"
    "Sympathy for the Devil"
    "Tumbling Dice"
    "Honky Tonk Women"
    "Start Me Up"
    "Jumpin' Jack Flash"
    "You Can't Always Get What You Want"
    "Brown Sugar"
    Bows and End credits


The Rolling Stones

    Mick Jagger – lead vocals, harmonica, and guitar
    Keith Richards – guitar and backing vocals
    Charlie Watts – drums, percussion
    Ronnie Wood – electric and lap slide guitar

Additional musicians

    Darryl Jones – bass guitar
    Chuck Leavell – keyboards
    Bernard Fowler – backing vocals, percussion
    Lisa Fischer – backing vocals
    Blondie Chaplin – backing vocals, percussion
    Bobby Keys – saxophone
    Andy Snitzer – saxophone, keyboards
    Michael Davis – trombone
    Kent Smith – trumpet

Special guests

    Dave Matthews – vocals on "Wild Horses"
    Joshua Redman – saxophone on "Waiting on a Friend"

Pink Floyd - Live at Pompeii (Director's Cut) (2003)

Pink Floyd - Live at Pompeii - Directors Cut
Live at Pompeii was originally released in September 1972, an edited release in 1974 with studio recordings of Dark Side of the Moon.
Rereleased in 2003 as The Director's Cut with additional footage and Nasa space shots.
1. "Echoes, Part 1"/"On the Run" (Studio Footage) (Uncredited) (from Meddle/The Dark Side of the Moon, 1971/1973)
2. "Careful with That Axe, Eugene" (B-side of "Point Me at the Sky" single, 1968)
3. "A Saucerful of Secrets" (from A Saucerful of Secrets, 1968)
4. "Us and Them" (Studio Footage) (from The Dark Side of the Moon, 1973)
5. "One of These Days I'm Going to Cut You into Little Pieces" (from Meddle, 1971; also known as "One of These Days")
6. "Mademoiselle Nobs" (from Meddle, 1971; previously known as "Seamus")
7. "Brain Damage" (Studio Footage) (from The Dark Side of the Moon, 1973)
8. "Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun" (from A Saucerful of Secrets, 1968) 9. "Echoes, Part 2" (from Meddle, 1971)

91 mins total

Directed by :Adrian Maben
Produced by : Steve O'Rourke
Michele Arnaud
Reiner Moritz
Starring: Pink Floyd
Music by : Pink Floyd
Cinematography :
Willy Kurant
Gabor Pogany
Editing:Jose Pinheiro
Distributed by: Universal Home Video

No Quarter: Jimmy Page and Robert Plant Unledded (1994)

  No Quarter: Jimmy Page and Robert Plant Unledded (1994)

Jimmy Page & Robert Plant: No Quarter (Unledded) movie was released Oct 26, 2004 by the Warner Bros. studio. This DVD documents the much-heralded reunion of Jimmy Page and Robert Plant performing with the London Metropolitan Orchestra in 1994. Jimmy Page & Robert Plant: No Quarter (Unledded) video They perform Zeppelin favorites and four new songs.

Track Listings:
1. Nobody's Fault But Mine
2. Thank You
3. No Quarter
4. Friends
5. Yallah
6. City Don't Cry
7. Since I've Been Loving You
8. The Battle Of Evermore
9. Wonderful One
10. That's The Way
11. Gallows Pole
12. Four Sticks
13. Kashmir

Jamiroquai - Live in Verona (2002)

 Jamiroquai - Live in Verona is a DVD of a concert performed by the British band Jamiroquai in Verona in 2002, when the band toured in support of their album A Funk Odyssey.

Track listing

    Twenty Zero One
    Canned Heat
    Bad Girls
    Corner of the Earth
    Virtual Insanity
    Little L
    High Times
    Cosmic Girl
    Main Vein- with Beverly Knight
    Deeper Underground
    Love Foolosophy- with Beverley Knight


    Jason Kay - vocals
    Matt Johnson - keyboards
    Simon Carter - keyboards
    Rob Harris - guitar, backing vocals
    Nick Fyffe - bass
    Derrick McKenzie - drums
    Sola Akingbola - percussion, backing vocals
    Hazel Fernandez - backing vocals
    Dee Lewis - backing vocals
    Valerie Etienne - backing vocals

Sunday, March 10, 2013

U2 - Go Home: Live from Slane Castle, Ireland (2001)

U2 - Go Home: Live from Slane Castle, Ireland (2001)
U2 Go Home: Live from Slane Castle, Ireland is a concert video release by rock band U2 from the European leg of their Elevation Tour. Recorded on 1 September 2001 at Slane Castle on the band's featured stop in County Meath, Ireland, it was released on DVD in November 2003. Although Slane Concerts at Slane Castle are traditionally held once a year, U2 played two concerts. This was the final concert of the first European leg of the Elevation Tour.

The film was the second of two concert releases from the tour, preceded by 2001's Elevation 2001: Live from Boston.

The film features the band playing Slane to more than 80,000 people, the second of two concerts played at Slane Castle on the Elevation Tour. The performances were the band's first at Slane since 1981 when they opened for Thin Lizzy. Bono had lost his father to cancer several days before the concert. Their first night at Slane was a day after his father was buried. Bono also dedicates "Kite" to his father. U2 Go Home was filmed on Saturday, 1 September 2001 the same day Ireland secured a place in the 2002 FIFA World Cup. The match was shown to the football-crazy Irish crowd at Slane Castle prior to the concert, adding to the already festive air.

Track listing

    "Beautiful Day"
    "Until the End of the World"
    "New Year's Day"
    "Out of Control"
    "Sunday Bloody Sunday"
    "Wake Up Dead Man"
    "Stuck in a Moment You Can't Get Out Of"
    "Angel of Harlem"
    "Staring at the Sun"
    "All I Want Is You"
    "Where the Streets Have No Name"
    "Pride (In the Name of Love)"
    "Bullet the Blue Sky"
    "With or Without You"
    "Walk On"

U2 - Elevation Tour 2001: U2 Live from Boston

U2 - Elevation Tour 2001: U2 Live from Boston (2001)
Elevation 2001: Live from Boston is a concert film by Irish rock band U2. It was released as a two disc DVD set by Island Records in the United Kingdom on 26 November 2001, and by Interscope Records in the United States a month later. The video documents three concerts by the band performed in Boston, Massachusetts during the first American leg of their 2001 Elevation Tour. It was the first of two video releases from the tour, the second being U2 Go Home: Live from Slane Castle, Ireland.

Elevation 2001 has received certifications in several regions including Mexico, where it was certified gold based on imports alone, and the United States, where it became the band's highest video album.

Track listing

    "Beautiful Day"
    "Until the End of the World"
    "Stuck in a Moment You Can't Get Out Of"
    "New York"
    "I Will Follow"
    "Sunday Bloody Sunday"
    "In a Little While"
    "Stay (Faraway, So Close!)"
    "Bad" / "40" (snippet)
    "Where the Streets Have No Name"
    "Bullet the Blue Sky"
    "With or Without You"
    "The Fly"
    "Wake Up Dead Man"
    "Walk On"

Björk ‎ - Live at Royal Opera House (2001)

Björk ‎ - Live at Royal Opera House (2001)
Live at Royal Opera House is an official DVD released by Björk on 18 November 2002. It contains a live performance by Björk on the Vespertine tour, recorded live at the Royal Opera House in London, England on 7 December 2001. It was amongst one of the last of the concerts performed on that tour. With this concert Björk had become the first ever contemporary pop artist to perform in the Royal Opera House. The concert was exclusively premiered on UK television in the launch week of the BBC digital channel BBC Four on 12 March 2002. For the first half of the concert the majority of the songs were taken from her then most recent album Vespertine, while the second half sees songs played from her previous solo albums. The closing song "It's in Our Hands" (which was then previously unheard) was later released as the lead-off single from her Greatest Hits album. The track "Generous Palmstroke" is a B-side, and appears in a different form on the "Hidden Place" single. Although listed as "Frosti", the first song of the concert is actually a music box version of "Pagan Poetry", as it appears on the "Cocoon" single. The DVD (and television broadcast) omits performances of two songs that were performed on the night - "Play Dead" and "Bachelorette". A mini-documentary "Touring Vespertine" is also included as a bonus feature, a working version of what was to become the Minuscule DVD. However, the Minuscule documentary does not include some material which is included on "Touring Vespertine", such as the short interviews with composer Simon Lee (who was part of the Vespertine tour).

First half:

    "All is Full of Love"
    "Generous Palmstroke"
    "An Echo, a Stain"
    "Hidden Place"

Second half:

    "Harm of Will"
    "It's Not Up to You"
    "Pagan Poetry"
    "Possibly Maybe"
    "Human Behaviour"
    "It's In Our Hands"

Johnny Cash - The Anthology (2001)

Johnny Cash - The Anthology (2001)
Sure, Johnny Cash is a country superstar and a founding father of rock & roll--but why, exactly? Johnny Cash: The Anthology is an efficient and highly enjoyable effort to answer that question through a rare historical perspective. Comprised of a 54-minute documentary and a supplementary film entitled Half Mile a Day, The Anthology places Cash dead center at the junction of gospel and blues traditions: between the isolation of hard living in America, delusional guilt from too much sin, and the fragile redemption of love. Drawing upon archival footage of Cash performing his earliest crossover hits ("Five Feet High and Risin'," "I Walk the Line") and including comments by admiring peers (Rodney Crowell, Porter Wagoner), The Anthology makes a compelling case for Cash as a master of knife-edged economy and a populist oracle from a younger, perhaps scarier, America. If it has become too easy over the decades to take Cash for granted, The Anthology sets things straight. --Tom Keogh

Johnny Cash is one of the most imposing and influential figures in the history of music. Emotional and real, his deep baritone voice and percussive guitar style created a bridge among various genres of music and earned him induction into the Country Music Hall of Fame, the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and the Songwriters Hall of Fame. This special collection includes two programs--"Johnny Cash: The Anthology" (54 min.) and "Half Mile a Day" (89 min.)--which detail the incredible six-decade career of this 10-time Grammy winning artist through performances, rare archival footage and photos. Scoring over 100 hit singles during his career, "Johnny Cash: The Anthology" takes viewers on a journey which begins with the 1950s hit "Cry, Cry, Cry" and continues through the 1990s classic "Bird on a Wire." Songs: Cry Cry Cry, Folsom Prison Blues, I Walk the Line, Orange Blossom Special, Five Feet High and Risin', Big River, Ring of Fire, Jackson, A Boy Named Sue, Daddy Sang Bass, Sunday Mornin' Comin' Down, The Man in Black, If I Were a Carpenter, Bird on a Wire. 143 minutes.

The Band - The Last Waltz (1976)

The Band - The Last Waltz 1976

The Last Waltz was a concert by the rock group The Band, held on American Thanksgiving Day, November 25, 1976, at Winterland Ballroom in San Francisco. The Last Waltz was advertised as The Band's "farewell concert appearance",[1] and the concert saw The Band joined by more than a dozen special guests, including Paul Butterfield, Eric Clapton, Bob Dylan, Emmylou Harris, Ronnie Hawkins, Dr. John, Joni Mitchell, Van Morrison, Ringo Starr, Muddy Waters, Ronnie Wood, Bobby Charles, Neil Young, Neil Diamond and The Staple Singers. The musical director for the concert was The Band's original record producer, John Simon.

The event was filmed by director Martin Scorsese and made into a documentary of the same name, released in 1978. Jonathan Taplin, who was The Band's tour manager from 1969-1972 and later produced Scorsese's film Mean Streets, suggested that Scorsese would be the ideal director for the project and introduced Robbie Robertson and Scorsese. Taplin was the Executive Producer of The Last Waltz. The film features concert performances, scenes shot on a studio soundstage and interviews by Scorsese with members of The Band. A triple-LP soundtrack recording, produced by Simon and Rob Fraboni, was issued in 1978. The film was released on DVD in 2002 as was a four-CD box set of the concert and related studio recordings.

1 Cutthroat, Don't Do It        
2 Theme From The Last Waltz, Main Title        
3 A Celebration        
4 Up On Cripple Creek        
5 The Skylight Lounge, The Shape I'm In        
6 Who Do You Love        
7 Canadian Overcoats, It Makes No Difference        
8 Introduction To The Canterury Tales        
9 Such A Night        
10 Helpless        
11 Stagefright        
12 A Name For The Band        
13 The Weight        
14 The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down        
15 An Adult Portion        
16 Dry Your Eyes        
17 Women On The Road        
18 Coyote        
19 Sonny Boy Williamson        
20 Mystery Train        
21 Rock 'N' Roll Melting Pot        
22 Mannish Boy        
23 Further On Up The Road        
24 Tour Of Shangri-La, Sip The Wine        
25 Evangeline        
26 Genetic Method, The Music Teacher        
27 Ophelia        
28 Travelling Tent Shows        
29 Caravan        
30 Loud Prayer        
31 Forever Young        
32 Baby Let Me Follow You Down        
33 I Shall Be Released        
34 Theme From The Last Waltz, End Credits

Joe Cocker Live - Across from Midnight Tour (1997)

Joe Cocker Live - Across from Midnight Tour 1997
Filmed in Berlin in 1997, this good-looking production finds the aging bluesman mixing his classic covers with more recent material, all for an appreciative audience in a startlingly dramatic venue. Warming up with "Could You Be Loved" and "Feeling Alright," Cocker soon finds his footing and launches into the Scotch whiskey soul of "Have a Little Faith," the kinky comedy of "You Can Leave Your Hat On," and the gospel-flushed agony of "When the Night Comes." A take on Van Morrison's "Into the Mystic" is welcome, while "Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood" mines the old Animals chestnut for further blues testimony. The crumpled valentine of "You Are So Beautiful" is touchingly familiar and dedicated, on this occasion, to the late Princess Diana. In all, Cocker is in very good, professional form here, a tempered force of nature, perhaps, but an expressive stylist of mature conviction. --Tom Keogh
Joe Cocker's Across From Midnight captures his 1997 performance at Waldbuhne, Berlin. His 17-song, 86-minute performance includes hits like "Feelin' Alright," "Up Where We Belong," "You Are So Beautiful," and "You Can Leave Your Hat On." Inspired cover choices such as "The Letter," "Please Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood," and "Into the Mystic" round out an entertaining set list.

Track Listing:
1. Could You Be Loved
2. Feelin' Alright
3. Have a Little Faith In Me
4. Up Where We Belong
5. You Can Leave Your Hat On
6. When the Night Comes
7. N'Oubliez Jamais
8. Summer in the City
9. You Are So Beautiful
10. Into the Mystic
11. Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood
12. Delta Lady
13. The Letter
14. Unchain My Heart
15. With a Little Help From My Friends
16. Across From Midnight
17. Cry Me a River 

Gov't Mule - The Deepest End: Live in Concert (2003)

Gov't Mule - The Deepest End: Live in Concert [Live]
The Deepest End, Live in Concert is a two CD live album and DVD video by Gov't Mule, released on October 7, 2003. It was recorded in New Orleans on May 3, 2003.
In 2003, after recording The Deep End, Volume 1 (2001) and Volume 2 (2002), Gov't Mule gathered several musicians that had worked on the Deep End sessions as well as a few other friends for a live concert. This was intended as the culmination of the Deep End project, which was a tribute to their late bassist Allen Woody, who died in 2000.
The release also marked the first Gov't Mule CD to feature keyboardist Danny Louis as a full-time member.
This album is one of 10 "live jam releases of this century" according to the August 2006 issue of Guitar One magazine.

1 Bad Little Doggie        
2 Blindman In The Dark        
3 Sco-Mule        
4 Lay Of The Sunflower        
5 John The Revelator        
6 Chameleon        
7 Beautifully Broken        
8 Mule        
9 Banks Of The Deep End        
10 On Your Way Down        
11 Down And Out In New York City        
12 Maybe I'm A Leo        
13 Voodoo Chile        
14 Politician        
15 Guitar Solo - Drum Solo        
16 Sweet Leaf        
17 War Pigs        
18 Greasy Granny's Gopher Gravy (Part 1 & Part 2)        
19 Wasted Time        
20 Thorazine Shuffle

Gov't Mule are:

    Warren Haynes - vocals, guitar, audio production
    Matt Abts - drums
    Danny Louis - keyboards, guitar

Simply Red - Home (Live in Sicily) (2003)

Simply Red - Home (Live in Sicily) (2003)

The highlight of Simply Red's 2003 summer tour was performed against the stunning backdrop of the open-air amphitheatre in Taormina. Home Live In Sicily is a record of that night and features 90 minutes of classic hits old and new

 1 Someday In My Life       
2 Ocean       
3 Home       
4 Positively 4th Street       
5 Lost Weekend       
6 Home Loan Blues       
7 A New Flame       
8 Night Nurse       
9 Something For You       
10 You Make Me Feel Brand New       
11 Stars       
12 Money In My Pocket       
13 Fake       
14 Thrill Me       
15 The Right Thing       
16 Something Got Me Started       
17 Holding Back The Years       
18 Money's Too Tight To Mention       
19 Fairground       
20 Sunrise  



Saturday, March 9, 2013

John Mayall - 70th Birthday Concert (2003)

John Mayall - 70th Birthday Concert (2003)
70th Birthday Concert is a live Electric blues video recording of John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers to celebrate Mayall's 70th Birthday. Recorded in Liverpool, England on July 19 2003, the concert was notable as it featured Eric Clapton as a guest, so marked the first time he and Mayall had performed together in almost 40 years. The set also features Mick Taylor and Chris Barber.

It's a warm summer's Saturday night, July 19, 2003 in Liverpool England and the eager audience patiently waits. In celebration of John Mayall's 70th birthday and for the benefit of UNICEF's fight against child exploitation, The Bluesbreakers (TOM CANNING, HANK VAN SICKLE, JO YUELE AND BUDDY WHITTINGTON) kick off with "Jacksboro Highway." After a few more numbers the place erupts as John Mayall appears to a standing ovation. The Godfather of British Blues has arrived and straight away he's playing fantastic harmonica and keyboards. Then (and after 38 years since they first played together) the "friends" and soul mates are reunited to a tumultuous reception as ERIC CLAPTON appears on stage. Joining them is MICK TAYLOR and British Blues pioneer, CHRIS BARBERAS as they blast through nearly 21/2 hours of stunning blues. From blues standards to classics from the "Beano" album and on to contemporary Bluesbreakers material, an ecstatic Liverpool crowd laps up one of the finest nights of blues this millennium.

Track Listing:
1. Grits Ain't Groceries
2. Jacksboro Highway
3. Southside Story
4. Kids Got The Blues
5. Dirty Water
6. Somebody's Acting Like A Child
7. Blues For The Lost Days
8. Walking On the Sunset
9. Oh, Pretty Woman
10. No Big Hurry
11. Please Mr. Lofton
12. Hideaway
13. All Your Love
14. Have You Heard
15. Hoochie Coochie Man (w/ Eric Clapton vocal)
16. I'm Tore Down (w/ Eric Clapton vocal)
17. It Ain't Right
18. California
19. Talk To Your Daughter

Tina Turner Live in Amsterdam Wildest Dreams Tour (1996)

Tina Turner Live in Amsterdam
Wildest Dreams Tour (1996)

 Tina Turner lifted the roof off the amazing new Amsterdam Arena for three sizzling nights in September 1996, in front of 150,000 people, as part of her record-breaking "Wildest Dreams" European Tour, on which she performed over 150 shows to 3 million people.

Track Listing:
1. Whatever You Want
2. Do What You Do
3. River Deep Mountain High
4. Missing You
5. In Your Wildest Dreams
6. Goldeneye
7. Private Dancer
8. We Don't Need Another Hero
9. Let's Stay Together
10. I Can't Stand The Rain
11. Undercover Agent For The Blues
12. Steamy Windows
13. Givin' It Up For Your Love
14. Better Be Good To Me
15. Addicted To Love
16. The Best
17. What's Love Got To Do With It
18. Proud Mary
19. Nutbush City Limits
20. On Silent Wings
21. Something Beautiful Remains (Bonus Track) 

Friday, March 8, 2013

Rammstein - The Video Collection (2002)

Rammstein - The Video Collection (2002)
1         Seeman        
2         Du Riechst So Gut        
3         Asche Zu Asche        
4         Rammstein        
5         Du Hast        
6         Engel        
7         Stripped        
8         Ich Will        
9         Sonne        
10         Links 2-3-4        
11         Mutter        
12         Ich Will (Making The Video + Interview)        
13         Ich Will (Live)        
14         Links 2-3-4 (Live)        
15         Spiel Mit Mir (Live)        
16         Herzeleid (Live)        
17         Weisses Fleisch (Live)        
18         Asche Zu Asche (Live)        
19         Du Hast (Live)        
20         Rammstein (Live)

The Allman Brothers Band - Live At The Beacon Theatre (2003)

The Allman Brothers Band - Live At The Beacon Theatre [DVD] 2003

Live at the Beacon Theatre is a live album by the Southern blues rock group The Allman Brothers Band. It was recorded at the Beacon Theatre, New York City on March 25-March 26, 2003 and released on September 23.The DVD is certified Platinum in the United States

Track listing:

    "Ain't Wastin' Time No More"
    "Black Hearted Woman"
    "Statesboro Blues"
    "Woman Across the River"
    "Change is Gonna Come"
    "Come and Go Blues"
    "Rockin' Horse"
    "Don't Keep Me Wonderin'"
    "Midnight Rider"
    "The High Cost of Low Living"
    "Leave My Blues at Home"
    "Old Before My Time"
    "The Same Thing"
    "Instrumental Illness"
    "Worried Down with the Blues"
    "One Way Out"
    "Whipping Post"

Stevie Ray Vaughan: Live At The El Mocambo (1999)

Stevie Ray Vaughan: Live At The El Mocambo [DVD] 1999

Live at the El Mocambo is a live video by Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble. The film was recorded at the El Mocambo club in Toronto, Ontario during the band's Texas Flood Tour. It was also released as a DVD on December 21, 1999, with interviews from drummer Chris Layton and bassist Tommy Shannon.

Track listing

    "Testify" (Isley Brothers)
    "So Excited"
    "Voodoo Chile (Slight Return)" (Jimi Hendrix)
    "Pride and Joy"
    "Tell Me" (Howlin' Wolf)
    "Mary Had a Little Lamb" (Buddy Guy)
    "Texas Flood" (Larry Davis, Joseph Wade Scott)
    "Love Struck Baby"
    "Hug You, Squeeze You" (John Lee Hooker)
    "Third Stone from the Sun" (Jimi Hendrix)
    "Wham" (Lonnie Mack)

Tom Jones: Live at Cardiff Castle (2001)

Tom Jones: Live at Cardiff Castle [DVD] 2001

Recorded in July 2001, Tom Jones's high-voltage return to his roots in Live at Cardiff Castle, featuring more than two hours of hits spanning four decades, certainly set the grounds of Cardiff Castle--and 10,000 fans--alight. As a singer, Jones has always played a canny game. He's proved particularly adept at reinventing himself as an avuncular costar for today's young singers, bumping and grinding through hip-hop and rhythm and blues without neglecting the brassy novelty numbers which set him on the path to stardom back in the 1960s. The voice has survived the years virtually intact. Subtlety was never exactly a Tom Jones trademark and everything is attacked with the stops full out. All the hits are here: "Delilah" and "What's New Pussycat" are interspersed with "Burning Down the House" and a "Sex Bomb" which really zips along. The hips might not be as snake-like as they once were and the pouring sweat is testimony to the effort required by gyrations which would test a much younger man. But when he sails into "The Green Green Grass of Home", it sounds like a deserved paean both to his staying power and a charisma which genuinely appeals across the generations. --Piers Ford
: Tracklisting:
A lot of love
Hard to handle
Help yourself
Never tear us apart
Your right im left she's gone
Burning down the house
She's a lady
Without love
Sometimes we cry
Crapped out again
If I only knew
You need love like I do
Mama told me not to come
Give me one reason
Am I wrong
A boy from nowhere
Never fall in love again
Green green grass
Leave your hat on
Sex bomb
It's not unusual
It's your thing
Are you gonna go my way

The Cult: Music Without Fear (2002)

The Cult: Music Without Fear 
Live from Grand Olympic Stadium (2002)

Ian Astbury on vocals, Billy Duffy on lead guitar, Matt Sorum on drums, Mike Dimkich on rhythm guitar and Billy Morrison on bass guitar make up the 'Positive Punk' band that is known as The Cult. They are seen here playing tracks such as 'Rain' and 'She Sells Sanctuary' live to an audience at the Grand Olympic Stadium in Los Angeles. Also included is behind-the-scenes footage. 

1 Intro / Rise     6:16    
2 In The Clouds     4:34    
3 Lil' Devil     2:53    
4 Peace Dog     4:23    
5 Take The Power     4:32    
6 My Bridges Burn     4:25    
7 Rain     5:13    
8 Edie (Ciao Baby)     4:43    
9 The Witch     5:52    
10 Breathe     4:53    
11 Fire Woman     5:25    
12 Sweet Soul Sister     5:47    
13 Wildflower     4:49    
14 She Sells Sanctuary     5:41    
15 True Believers     4:36    
16 War (The Process)     4:50    
17 Love Removal Machine   7:30     

REM - Road Movie (1996)

REM - Road Movie (1996)
 The successful rock outfit from Atlanta, Georgia show they can still deliver the goods in this selection of live performances. Tracks from 'Monster' and 'Automatic for the People' predominate, though there are a couple of numbers from 'Green' and 'Document'. 
Track listing:
 "I Took Your Name" (unedited from the second night)
    "What's the Frequency, Kenneth?"
    "Crush with Eyeliner"
    "The Wake-Up Bomb"
    "Losing My Religion"
    "Binky the Doormat"
    "Orange Crush"
    "Strange Currencies"
    "Man on the Moon"
    "Country Feedback"
    "Find the River"
    "The One I Love"
    "Star 69"
    "Let Me In"
    "Everybody Hurts"
    "It's the End of the World as We Know It (And I Feel Fine)" 
(mostly from the final night)