Cher Live: The Farewell Tour

// January 30th, 2018 // 3 Comments » // Dance

Nearly two dozen live tracks from her 2002 tour! Cher revisits classics and new favorites: Bang Bang, a Sonny & Cher medley, All or Nothing, Believe, Strong Enough, If I Could Turn Back Time, I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For , and many more, as well as behind-the-scenes footage, interviews and more! 2003/color/91 min/NR/widescreen.If her 2002 tour really was her last–and after being “an evil frickin’ diva for 40 frickin’ years,” as she puts it, she just might mean it–Cher has definitely left us something to remember her by. In the course of this 92-minute concert (plus loads of extra features), she wears enough different costumes and wigs to outfit a small (if rather odd) town, surrounds herself with dancers and acrobats galore, shows clips from her old TV series, and even plays all the roles in a delightful mini-version of West Side Story (one of the extras). Oh, and she sings too, covering everything from the Sonny & Cher years to her early solo career and her renaissance as a disco diva via “Believe.” Bottom line: The Farewell Tour is a dynamic, sometimes silly, always entertaining show. As Cher herself notes, Britney, J-Lo, and all the others have a tough act to follow. –Sam Graham

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Live in Japan

// November 18th, 2017 // 3 Comments » // Prog Rock

2003 live release for the late blues rock guitarist features 8 tracks. Digipak. Repertoire.

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Live at the Philharmony Szczecin: Poland 2016

// August 15th, 2017 // 3 Comments » // Prog Rock

THE QUANTUM YEARS – FIRST TIME LIVE.
Originally Mr. Klaus Schulze, the well-known contemporary of Edgar Froese and pioneer of electronic music was invited to play in the Szczecin Philharmony (Poland) in June 2016, but unfortunately had to cancel the concert due to his severe state of health. So he suggested Tangerine
Dream to perform in his stead, which the band thankfully accepted. The concert took place in a stunningly beautiful location within the framework of the SOUNDLab concert series. This special
concert was the first official big concert for the three remaining TD members to perform live within
the new period of THE QUANTUM YEARS, the period Edgar Froese, founder and head of Tangerine Dream until his death in January 2015, still had the chance to introduce in Australia in 2014. Thorsten Quaeschning, Ulrich Schnauss and Hoshiko Yamane chose a series of well-known and popular TD tracks, but also came up with many new
arrangements and some very new tracks from their QUANTUM KEY EP. Enjoy listening to a great live concert in Poland in a special atmosphere and with a wonderful audience. Dedicated to Edgar.

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Live in Nashville, November 9 & 10, 2001

// July 20th, 2017 // 1 Comment » // Prog Rock

The 19th Collectors’ Club release (February, 2002). King Crimson, Live in Nashville, TN, November 9 & 10 2001.
“We sounded fantastically powerful, that much I know. But, we did have some spectacularly sour moments. We wouldn’t want to let Nashville down by leaving out the ‘brown moments’, now would we? Nashville has always seen the beginning shows of our tours, so they are especially privy to our first meanderings within these pieces. We have a new stage set-up. Pat on the left up front. Robert on the right up front. Me, next to Pat slightly back center. Adrian, next to Robert slightly back center. This has radically changed our interactions as a band.” – Trey Gunn

Tracks:
1. Dangerous Curves
2. Level Five
3. The ConstruKction Of Light
4. ProzaKc Blues
5. eleKtriK
6. Thela Hun Ginjeet
7. Virtuous Circle
8. Elephant Talk
9. Larks’ Tongues In Aspic: Part IV
10. The Deception Of The Thrush
11. Red

Adrian Belew – Guitar and Vocals
Robert Fripp – Guitar
Trey Gunn – Warr Guitar
Pat Mastelotto – Drumming

Product Features

  • Collectors’ Club
  • King Crimson

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Live In Wacken

// June 10th, 2017 // Comments Off on Live In Wacken // Ambient

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Beyond Words – Rare Live Treasures

// May 19th, 2017 // 3 Comments » // Music

Recorded during a rare live performance by David Helpling and Jon Jenkins, Beyond Words captures the intensity and power of their music. Joined by long time friend and collaborator Matthew Stewart on drums and additional keyboards, David and Jon re-imagined these tracks for the stage in a performance that drew a standing ovation on that special evening at the University of California San Diego. This limited edition of 300 Beyond Words in special eco-wallet packaging will only be available while supplies last.

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