Last updated April 18, 2019
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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Masters of rock guitar celebrate the 50th anniversary of Leo Fender's Stratocaster in this tribute concert. This set filmed in 2004 features some of the world's best rock guitarists, including David Gilmour, Brian May, Ron Wood and Joe Walsh.
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Grammy Award-winning progressive rock band Yes deliver some of their greatest hits in this performance at the Montreux Festival in 2003, considered by both fans and band members to be the group's greatest show ever captured on film.
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This chronicle of Jackson Browne's remarkable career contains interviews, performances and rare footage spanning 25 years featuring Don Henley, Bonnie Raitt, David Crosby, Graham Nash, The Eagles, David Lindley, Jennifer Warnes and many more.
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Just three years into their career and just months before the release of their acclaimed album "Aqualung," Jethro Tull performed on the final day of the 1970 Isle of Wight festival. Award-winning director Murray Lerner captures tension between the hippie audience and show organizers, and audio commentary by front man Ian Anderson provides intimate perspective into the band's festival experience. Songs include "Nothing Is Easy" and "My God."
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Psychedelic rock meets the television airwaves in this collection of Jefferson Airplane's appearances on hippie-era variety shows including the "Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour," "Go Ride the Music" and the "Bell Telephone Hour."
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Theatrics abound when the original shock rock icon, Alice Cooper, takes the stage at the Montreux Festival in Switzerland. With a body of work spanning more than 30 years, Cooper shows no sign of holding back his adrenaline and his signature snarl.
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Former members of Thin Lizzy -- including Gary Moore, Scot Gorham, Brian Robertson and Brian Downey -- gather to pay tribute to Philip Parris Lynott, the band's original front man and "King of Dublin" who died from a heroin overdose at age 36.
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Heavy-metal rocker (and original "Goth") Alice Cooper is a music legend with a devoted cult following. Filmed in London in early 2000, Brutally Live captures the wigged-out aesthetic that is Cooper. Tracks on this video include "Brutal Planet," "Gimme," "Go to Hell," "Blow Me a Kiss," "I'm Eighteen," "Pick Up the Bones," "Feed My Frankenstein" and many more.
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Carlos Santana rounds up a formidable band of musicians, including Chick Corea, John McLaughlin, Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter and Ravi Coltrane, for this concert of tunes centering on the theme of peace.
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Famed showman Neil Diamond electrifies the crowd in this three-hour concert from Sydney Sports Stadium, broadcast live on what remains one of Australia's most-watched TV shows ever, on the last stop on his 1976 tour of Australia and New Zealand.
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Led by Bob "The Bear" Hite, blues band Canned Heat rocks the house in this manic 1973 performance at Switzerland's Montreux Jazz Festival. They start with their megahit "On the Road Again" and close with one of their renowned jams.
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Rock's first supergroup -- the 1960s British band Cream -- is the subject of this comprehensive documentary made with the full cooperation of the boys in the band: Eric Clapton, Ginger Baker and Jack Bruce. From the group's birth in 1966 to their sudden breakup in 1968 and their reunion more than 30 years later, this film tells Cream's story through interviews with band members and industry insiders, archival footage and live performances.
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Few bands are more closely associated with Montreux than Deep Purple, who headlined the closing night of the Montreux Festival in 2006. The band sprinkled songs from their latest album, "Rapture of the Deep," through a set full of classic tracks.
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Australian filmmaker Peter Clifton captures the band America on the road, in the studio and on location at the height of their popularity in this 1979 documentary that combines behind-the-scenes action with authentic concert footage.
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Hot on the heels of their platinum-selling double album "Out of the Blue," Electric Light Orchestra ignite the stage at London's Wembley Arena in this remastered 1978 concert. Jeff Lynne and the rest of the band give the audience what they want -- plenty of spectacular stage effects and a set bursting with hits, including "Telephone Line," "Sweet Talkin' Woman," "Mr. Blue Sky," "Turn to Stone" and many other classics.
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British blues legend John Mayall joins up with an all-star lineup of musicians -- including Eric Clapton, Mick Taylor, Chris Barberas, Jack Bruce, Mick Fleetwood and John McVie -- to celebrate his 70th birthday in this dynamic performance. Filmed live in summer 2003, the concert features performances of "Southside Story," "Blues for the Lost Days," "Walking on Sunset," "Talk to Your Daughter," "Please Mr. Lofton" and more.
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Freda Kelly was just a shy Liverpudlian teenager when she was asked to work for a local band hoping to make it big: the Beatles. In Good Ol' Freda, the band's former secretary tells her personal stories for the first time in 50 years.
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Acclaimed director Jonathan Demme turns his cameras on musician Neil Young in this intimate two-night concert featuring a soul-bearing set from Young's album "Prairie Wind" and filmed inside Nashville's landmark Ryman Auditorium.
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With pied piper Ian Anderson at the helm -- his inimitable vocal style and single-legged flute playing still intact -- British rock legends Jethro Tull hijack the 2003 Montreux Festival with this half-acoustic, half-electric performance.
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Immortalized as one of the most vital musicians of the Irish rock movement, Rory Gallagher performed at the Montreux Festival five times during his career. This collection combines material from all five concerts, spanning more than two decades.
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