The DVD, 'Paul Weller Live - Two Classic Performances', features last July's two-hour show from Hyde Park in front of 22,000 fans, which featured special guest appearances from Jocelyn Brown, Carleen Anderson and Kelly Jones from Stereophonics.The hour-long unplugged performance from 'Later…', recorded last Christmas, saw him perform material from his Jam and Style Council days for the first time in a decade, plus guest performances from Noel Gallagher, who joined him for 'That's Entertainment' and Jools Holland, who played piano on 'Town Called Malice'. It also includes songs not previously shown as part of the show.
Live from Kilburn, the second in what may be an ongoing series of archival releases from Ron Wood's vaults, is rawer and rougher than the first, Buried Alive: Live in Maryland. Essentially, this is an official bootleg – containing a CD and a DVD of the entire show – of the first solo concert Woody played in support of his first album, 1974's I've Got My Own Album to Do. When Ronnie took to the stage he was supported by his new Stones bandmate Keith Richards, his old bandmate keyboardist Ian McLagan, bassist Willie Weeks, and drummer Andy Newmark – in other words, this is not the New Barbarians of the late '70s, but close enough that it's cleverly billed as the First Barbarians on this release.
In 2001, Collectables released Live at the Whisky A Go Go/Mississippi Gambler, which combined a pair of original Atlantic LPs – Live at the Whisky A Go Go (1968) and Mississippi Gambler (1972) – by Herbie Mann on one compact disc.
The songs in the collection were recorded between 1969 and 2014, including the band's entire performance at the Isle of Wight Festival in 1970. The DVD features a concert that was originally broadcast on the German music television show Rockpalast (a WDR production) in 1977.