Last updated July 16, 2019
This installment of the Classic Albums series tells the story behind one of heavy metal's greatest achievements: "Paranoid" by Black Sabbath. The four original members of Black Sabbath talk us through the making of the album.
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This documentary examines the making of the Band's 1969 self-titled album, including interviews with band members, commentary from rockers Eric Clapton and George Harrison, and performances of hits such as "The Weight" and "I Shall Be Released."
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This installment in the Classic Albums series gives fans a double dose of Rush, examining two of the seminal prog-rock band's most important albums: "2112," their breakthrough effort, and "Moving Pictures," their best-selling record to date.
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A must for any Pink Floyd buff, this film chronicles the band's journey prior to the release of their classic album "The Dark Side of the Moon" in 1973. Discover how the band created the landmark recording and see interviews with band members Roger Waters, David Gilmour, Nick Mason and Richard Wright as they provide insight into the record-making process. Also includes single performances of certain tracks.
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The only Queen concert ever filmed in its entirety, this 1981 performance from Montreal has been digitally restored and remixed. The DVD and Blu-ray versions also feature the band's legendary Live Aid performance, plus previously unreleased footage.
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This installment of the Classic Albums series goes into the studio with Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers to dissect the making of the band's landmark third album, "Damn the Torpedoes," which spawned hits like "Refugee" and "Don't Do Me Like That."
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This film follows Rory Gallagher's life and career from his upbringing in Cork to his early days with a show band, the brief success of Taste and his legendary solo career leading up to his health problems and tragic death at the age of just 47.
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Featuring illuminating interviews, archival film, television clips and a track-by-track analysis, this retrospective revisits the creation of "Machine Head," Deep Purple's seven-song masterpiece released in 1972.
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Musicianship, hard work and heartache all went into Fleetwood Mac's multiplatinum album "Rumours," a masterpiece spawned by personal dramas. This "Classic Albums" installment chronicles the the album's making as the band's relationships crumbled.
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As a drummer and vocalist for The Band, Levon Helm contributed to some of rock's most enduring classics. This eye-opening documentary examines what happened after the group dissolved, and the demons that haunted Helm until his solo comeback in 2007.
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The Queen of Rock 'n' Roll puts on a powerful performance at Wembley Stadium during her 2000 farewell tour. The show features the dynamic diva belting out some of her best-loved tunes, including "Proud Mary," "Private Dancer," and" "Simply the Best."
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This intimate documentary goes behind the scenes with one of the rock world's best-loved acts: the Grateful Dead. The film, produced after lead guitarist Jerry Garcia's untimely death, offers an engaging retrospective of the prolific band.
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This fascinating 1981 documentary lionizes the Lizard King as the remaining members of the Doors -- drummer John Densmore, guitarist Robby Krieger and keyboardist Ray Manzarek -- discuss legendary front man Jim Morrison, who died in 1971.
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This installment of the Classic Albums documentary series explores Cream's influential sophomore release, "Disraeli Gears," which delivered a whole new sound to hungry rock consumers of the 1960s.
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Sit down with Elton John, Bernie Taupin and others who were responsible for creating this memorable album. By blending styles and genres, John produced some of his most acclaimed songs, including "Bennie and the Jets" and "Candle in the Wind."
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Recorded live at the Oakland Coliseum in 1981, this performance by the flamboyant funk group captures the hard-driving rhythms, soothing melodies, scintillating horns and special effects that have dazzled concertgoers around the world.
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When Meat Loaf released "Bat out of Hell" in 1977, the album quickly became one of the highest grossing in history. This documentary uses interviews and concert footage to illustrate the making of the album.
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Taking the stage at the Bang Your Head Festival in Germany, Mick Jones and Foreigner dazzle a sold-out Balingen crowd with inspired renditions of hits such as "Double Vision," "Urgent," "Juke Box Hero" and "Cold As Ice."
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Culled from three television appearances at the height of the Doors' career, this documentary includes 12 songs and interview footage of the band -- including Jim Morrison's interview shortly after the Miami concert at which he was arrested.
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After the demise of the Velvet Underground, Lou Reed branched out on his own and released "Transformer," an influential record of true 1970s sound. It spawned singles such as "Satellite of Love" and "Walk on the Wild Side."
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Philadelphia's Tower Theater hosts this soulful 1980 Paul Simon concert. Backed by a band featuring several members of Stuff, Simon delivers solo favorites and some personal renditions of songs from his days with Art Garfunkel.
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Legendary Southern rock band Lynyrd Skynyrd wowed fans in this June 1996 concert, filmed at Rockpalast's Lorely Festival. Johnny Van Zant appears as lead singer, replacing his late brother, Ronnie Van Zant, who died in a 1977 plane crash.
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Join such acts as Fats Domino, Jerry Lee Lewis, Johnny Cash, Carl Perkins, Bo Diddley and Bill Haley as they rock around the clock. Hear hits like "Blueberry Hills," "I Got Stripes," "All I Have to Do Is Dream" and "Great Balls of Fire."
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This compilation of interviews, performance clips and home movie footage sheds light on the creation of two Frank Zappa masterpieces from the early 1970s: "Over-Nite Sensation" and "Apostrophe (')."
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