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Lenny Kravitz at His Best, Rocking Live on Tour, Captured on New DVD

Lenny Kravitz, known for his retro style and innovative sound, has just released “Just Let Go,” a live-concert DVD, recorded during the European leg of his recent world tour. Kravitz in concert is a force to be reckoned with The 51-year-old singer spans genres from rock, blues, soul, R&B, funk and jazz, to reggae, hard rock, psychedelic, pop and folk. Playing with Kravitz on the tour were David Bowie’s bassist Gail Ann Dorsey Carlos Santana’s wife Cindy Blackman Santana...

Daryl Hall & John Oates Issue Live Dublin Show Encore on DVD, Blu-Ray

Daryl Hall and John Oates, the No. 1 selling duo in history, are giving fans another shot at their music with a new live set recorded in Dublin, Ireland last July and set to debut later this month on DVD and Blu-Ray. It’s their first release in six years. Better known simply as Hall & Oates, they were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame last year, a fitting coda to a remarkable career. ...

Peter Gabriel: Insights Into His Genius on New 'So' DVD

Peter Gabriel’s classic album So was featured in a compelling behind-the-scenes documentary in October and has just been released on DVD by Eagle Rock Entertainment. I have to say, it’s one of the best behind-the-scenes compilations I’ve ever seen. Gabriel’s smash album contained many of his most beloved songs including “Sledgehammer” and “In Your Eyes.” Released in 1986, it was his fifth studio album and seventh album overall. So became the best-selling album of Gabriel’s career and went five-times platinum in the U.S., selling more than 5 million copies. It was also his first experiment with pop music, albeit “on his own terms,” he once said....

Peter Gabriel's 'Secret World' Revisited on DVD, Blu-Ray

Peter Gabriel’s Secret World Live … from 1993 has been fully re-stored and remastered by Eagle Rock Entertainment, which has just released the famed tour footage on DVD and Blu-ray, and it’s a fascinating viewing and listening experience. This particular band featured not only his regulars, bassist Tony Levin and guitarist David Rhodes, but also Paula Cole on vocals (what ever happened to her?), Shankar on violin and guests Papa Wemba and Molokai....

Phil Collins' Iconic 'Live at Montreux 2004' Out on DVD

When singer, songwriter Phil Collins first played his song “In The Air Tonight,” Atlantic Records chieftain Ahmet Ertegun, had some suggestions that ultimately gave birth to a drum line heard throughout the 1980s. Truth be told, it even holds up today and has been captured on Eagle Rock Entertainment’s double DVD set, Phil Collins Live At Montreux 2004...

Peter Gabriel Solo Career Captured on Two-CD Set

Peter Gabriel began his solo career with the terrific song “Solsbury Hill,” from the first of several solo albums that were all self-titled. The results are now on a staggering, mesmerizing two CD set called Live Blood from Eagle Rock Entertainment. The music for his CD set was recorded live at London’s iconic Hammersmith Apollo on March 23 last year, and several of the songs are now legendary, among them “Sledgehammer,” “Don't Give Up” and “Red Rain.”...

Jim Morrison, Doors Ride Again for 40th Anniversary

Jim Morrison and The Doors final album, L.A. Woman, from 1971, is being celebrated with a special two-CD release from Rhino Records and a behind-the-scenes DVD/Blu-Ray from our friends at Eagle Rock Entertainment. The album included The Door's signature hits “Love Her Madly,” “Riders On The Storm” and the iconic album title track. The Rhino release features a never before-heard song, “She Smells So Nice.”...

Carlos Santana's Classic Style Endures Since Woodstock

Carlos Santana first broke into the big time at Woodstock in 1969. I wasn't there, but I marveled at his prowess even back then. I'm also struck by how he and his music have remained relevant to this day. To tell you how much of a fan I am, I still have never been able to completely grasp the fact that the song “Black Magic Woman,” was written in 1968 by Peter Green, then a mainstay of Fleetwood Mac. But Santana made it a worldwide hit in 1970....