"…Snow Patrol's approach is epic. They are the kind of band that embraces simplicity as beautiful and human flaws as art. The lullaby-like "You Could Be Happy" and the passionate buildup of "Make This Go on Forever" are evident of that. This 11-song set is a masterpiece, so keep your ears and eyes open for Snow Patrol. They're onto something big." ~AMG
ELO – Total Rock Review is a Band biography DVD released in 2006 regarding the founding of Electric Light Orchestra. The Independent biography traces the foundations of the band through its metamorphosis from The Move in 1970 and later to the point where Roy Wood quit the group leaving Jeff Lynne to steer the band in to worldwide stardom…
This is the ultimate review of the music of Pink Floyd on record, on film and in performance. Drawing on rare concert films, and penetrating interviews with the critics, this is the definitive exploration of the Pink Floyd phenomenon. Using an extensive selection of archive film and radio recordings, the key Pink Floyd works from the halcyon days of Syd Barrett through to the glories of Pulse are revisited and critically assessed.
Inspired by the name and flair of the Parisian student quarter Quarter Latin, Mike Jones (lyrics), Steve Skaith (voice and guitar) and Richard Wright (guitar) founded the British band Latin Quarter in 1983 – a band that was like a melting pot of different cultures. The music styles were just as different as the subject matter of the songs; with their committed lyrics they vented their own anxieties over issues such as America during the McCarthy era, everyday racism or unemployment. Their songs captivate through a mixture of rock, reggae, dance and ballads.This DVD brings you Latin Quarter in 1986 at the height of their success from the Full House Rock Show, Hanover featuring their hit single Radio Africa.
Cutting Crew's single debut 'I Just Died In Your Arms Tonight' was a huge hit in the UK and internationally in 1986 and brought the band instant fame. This live show was recorded in Hamburg, Germany in 1987.
This is the long awaited critical review of the music of the Electric Light Orchestra during the Roy Wood era. This unique independent film traces the development of the band from the tail end of the Move era through the creation of the legendary debut album and on to the birth of Wizzard. The original and classic line up of the band featured the combined talents of Jeff Lynne, Bev Bevan and Roy Wood. Drawing on rare footage of the original ELO in performance previously unreleased on DVD, this powerful film features the frank and incisive views of a team of leading critics and working musicians. Essential viewing for every ELO fan this is the definitive retrospective of the birth of a legendary band.