Eagle Rock Gives Audiences Its All In Its New Sinatra Bio

Courtesy:  Eagle Rock Entertainment

Courtesy: Eagle Rock Entertainment

On December 12, 1915 one of America’s greatest entertainers was born.  His name was Francis Albert Sinatra.  He was more well known as Frank Sinatra.  That was just a little more than a century ago.  And this past December America stopped to mark the 100th anniversary of the late, great entertainer’s birthday.  Tributes were paid throughout both the music industry and Hollywood since Sinatra’s career spanned both worlds.  There were even television specials that put the spotlight on some of Sinatra’s greatest achievements in his life and career.  And just ahead of the anniversary Eagle Rock Entertainment released a very special retrospective on the music legend’s life and career in the form of Sinatra: All Or Nothing At All.  The title lifts from his hit song of the same name.  And even while the hundredth anniversary of Sinatra’s birth has passed it does not detract from the importance of this bio.  As a matter of fact, with the milestone anniversary in question having passed, this documentary actually takes on even more importance.  It is such a thorough look at Sinatra’s life and career that the standard DVD presentation requires two discs to cover everything.  The main feature presented in Eagle Rock’s new bio of “Old Blue Eyes” is just one part of what makes this presentation a must have for fans of Sinatra’s life and work.  The bonus material included in the presentation adds even more enjoyment to the documentary’s overall presentation.    It is made up of various interviews with those that were close to Sinatra. But the anecdotes that are shared in each interview serve to make the portrait painted in the program’s main feature all the richer. The companion booklet that comes with the double-DVD set rounds out the set’s presentation. It gives even more background on Sinatra’s life and career, even including Sinatra’s own note written to fans announcing his retirement and then return from retirement. Each element plays its own important part in the whole of Sinatra: All Or Nothing At All. Altogether they make this presentation a piece that any Sinatra fan should have just as much as any lover of the true classics.

Eagle Rock Entertainment’s new Sinatra bio Sinatra: All Or Nothing At All is a presentation that any Sinatra fan should have just as much as any lover of music’s golden age. That is because it in fact gives its all over the course of its nearly two and a half hour run time. Specifically speaking its run time comes in at two hours and twenty-one minutes. Note this is in the case of the presentation’s DVD and Blu-ray presentation. There is so much information provided in the course of that time that the DVD portion requires two discs in order to cover everything. In other words Eagle Rock Entertainment doesn’t just give a quick over view of Sinatra’s life and career here. Rather, they present Sinatra the man, the myth, and the legend. The story doesn’t pull any punches along the way, either. Audiences are presented with the full picture of Frank Sinatra as a man that loved doing what he did and fully appreciated his audiences for their love of his work. They are also presented with a man that was a social activist of sorts, openly noting in interviews that he disagreed with segregation in every form. There is also plenty of mention of his support of America’s military. For all of the positives that audiences see here, audiences also see a portrait of Sinatra as a man that was a playboy of sorts, much like so many male celebrities of his time and who had a little bit of a controlling side, too. This and so much more is presented in the documentary’s main feature. From his birth in New Jersey right up to his final days, Eagle Rock presents in the bio’s main feature what is one of the most thorough Sinatra bios presented on DVD or Blu-ray in a very long time. As important as that thorough presentation is to the overall presentation of Sinatra: All Or Nothing At All it is just one part of what makes this presentation well worth the purchase. The bonus “interviews” included in the presentation add even more enjoyment to the presentation.

The central feature of Sinatra: All Or Nothing At All is in itself plenty of reason for audiences to add this video bio to their home DVD/Blu-ray collections should they not have access to the extended Deluxe edition of Eagle Rock’s new Sinatra bio. The bonus “interviews” that are included with the bio’s main feature are just as important to the overall presentation here as its central feature. The “interviews” are not that long. In all they total roughly thirteen minutes. But even in that short time, audiences get even more background on Frank Sinatra the performer and the man. Ex-wife Mia Farrow notes in her interview how casually he suggested they get married, laughing as she recollects the suggestion. And close friend Jerry Weintraub recollects Sinatra telling him at one point that he [Weintraub] needed to get his heart checked, only to end up getting him drunk shortly thereafter. Weintraub’s recollection of what Sinatra said days later will leave audiences in stitches. That won’t be revealed here for the sake of those that haven’t yet heard this anecdote. But it is funny needless to say. Jill St. John shares her own interesting bit of info in her interview noting that Sinatra did not like doing multiple takes when recording. She notes that he was more of a one-take type of person. It really showed his dedication to getting the music right and getting it the best that it can possibly be. Comedian/entertainer Jerry Lewis offers what is one of the most enlightening and moving memories of Sinatra as he recalls going to Richmond, Virginia to perform at a private benefit show for a fireman that had died doing his job. Lewis recalls that Sinatra never answered his question as he asked about people knowing that he [Sinatra] was a good man. The response that Sinatra gave will both leave audiences laughing but also being moved. It’s just one more way that the bonus “interviews” included in the presentation of Sinatra: All Or Nothing At All prove to be their own collectively important way to the documentary’s overall presentation. Together with the program’s central feature both elements show even more clearly why this latest Sinatra bio is one of the best to come along in a very long time. Even as important as both elements are both by themselves and together, they are still not the only elements worth noting in the program’s overall presentation. The companion booklet that is included in the double-disc DVD presentation rounds out said presentation.

Both the main feature of Sinatra: All Or Nothing At All and the bonus “interviews” included in the package are equally important to the documentary’s overall presentation. As important as they are to its whole, they still are not all that make it an interesting program to watch. The companion booklet included with the package rounds out its presentation. The booklet offers even more history for fans and audiophiles alike. It gives a much shorter version of the bio presented on the program’s discs. But it is still just as concise, offering up the most important parts of Sinatra’s life. It even includes Sinatra’s own to his fans announcing his retirement. That is followed by the history of his return from retirement, including his own explanation as to why he came out of retirement. His humble explanation plays even more in tandem with the statements made by his friends and family in the program’s main feature and interviews. He notes that, “After the so-called retirement I was struggling, I was really fighting my way out of the doldrums because when I quit, I let everything go, and it all fell down. He goes on to offer more in his explanation for his return. But that will be saved for audiences to discover for themselves when they purchase this documentary or its deluxe edition. Those statements couple with everything else presented in the program’s companion booklet to prove in whole why the booklet is more than just a booklet. It is its own important part of the bio presented in Sinatra: All Or Nothing At All. Together with the program’s main feature and bonus “interviews” all three elements combine to show with full clarity why this documentary is, again, a must have for any Sinatra aficionado and for any audiophile in general.

Eagle Rock Entertainment’s new Frank Sinatra bio Sinatra: All Or Nothing At All is a must have for any Sinatra aficionado and for audiophiles in general. That is because it is one of the most thorough bios presented about the music legend in a long time. That depth of information is centered on the program’s main feature. The main feature comes in at nearly two and a half hours. And it is nearly two and a half hours that will keep audiences completely engaged from beginning to end. The bonus “interviews” and companion booklet that complement that feature complete the presentation, giving even more background and history on Sinatra the man, the myth, and the legend. Each element plays its own integral part to this documentary. Altogether they make it a documentary that any Sinatra fan should have in his or her own home DVD/Blu-ray library. That is especially the case for those that can’t get their hands on the documentary’s deluxe edition. That edition gives audiences the fullest experience. That is not to take anything away from this presentation of course. It offers its own entertainment and value. It is available now in stores and online. It is available on 2-DVD, 2-Blu-ray, Deluxe Edition and digital formats. The 2-DVD and 2-Blu-ray presentation will both retail for MSRP of $29.98 while the Deluxe Edition will retail for MSRP of $69.99. That is because of the expansive amount of material included in the Deluxe Edition. It features the All or Nothing At All Documentary on two DVDs, Sinatra’s complete 1971 “Retirement Concert” on both DVD and CD platform, a one-on-one interview between Sinatra and famed newsman Walter Cronkite originally recorded in 1965 (on one DVD), a reproduction of the 1971 Life Magazine article discussing Sinatra’s “Retirement Concert,” a separate bonus booklet, and six art cards housed in their own envelope. More information on Sinatra: All Or Nothing At All and other titles from Eagle Rock Entertainment is available online now along with all of the latest news from the leading name in live recordings at:

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Elvis Costello Releasing New Live Recording Next Month

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Courtesy: Eagle Rock Entertainment

Veteran singer/songwriter Elvis Costello has a new live recording on the way for fans.

Eagle Rock Entertainment has partnered with Costello to release his new live recording Detour Live at Liverpool Philharmonic Hall next month. It will be released in stores and online on Friday, February 12th. Originally recorded at the Liverpool Philharmonic Hall during his 2015 European Tour, the performance includes some of Costello’s most well-known songs. Those songs include the likes of: ‘Watching The Detective, ‘Accidents Will Happen, ‘A Good Year For The Roses,’ ‘Shipbuilding,’ ‘Alison, ‘I Can’t Stand Up For Falling Down,’ ‘Peace Love and Understanding,’ Church Underground,’ ‘Jimmie Standing in the Rain,’ and a number of others. It also includes bonus performances of ‘Love Field,’ ‘Either Side of the Same Town,’ ‘Brilliant Mistake,’ and ‘Ascension Day.’ The recording’s complete set list is featured below.

 

TRACK LISTING

1) Intro

2) Red Shoes

3) Watch Your Step

4) Accidents Will Happen

5) Church Underground

6) ’45

7) Shipbuilding

8) I Can’t Stand Up For Falling Down

9) Walkin’ My Baby Back Home

10) Ghost Train

11) When I Was Cruel No.2

12) Watching The Detectives

13) If I Had A Hammer

14) Pads, Paws And Claws

15) That’s Not The Part Of Him Your Leaving

16) Down On The Bottom

17) Blame It On Cain

18) Alison

19) A Good Year For The Roses

20) Side By Side

21) Jimmie Standing In The Rain

22) Peace, Love And Understanding

23) Golden Tom – Silver Judas (credits)

The concert recording will be available on DVD, Blu-ray, and digital formats. The recording’s DVD presentation will retail for MSRP of $14.98 and the Blu-ray for $19.98. Pricing for its digital formats will be announced soon. More information on this and other titles from Eagle Rock Entertainment is available online now at:

 

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The Who: Live in Hyde Park Is One More Of 2015’s Top New Live Recordings

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Courtesy: Eagle Rock Entertainment

The Who is one of the most iconic bands in the modern history of the music industry. The band, originally composed of front man Roger Daltry, guitarist Pete Townshend, drummer Keith Moon, and bassist John Entwhistle, has seen its lineup change a number of times over the course of its now fifty years plus making music. Through it all Daltry and Townshend have both remained at the core of the band. And late last year the duo, along with its current roster of backing musicians, marked The Who’s fiftieth anniversary with an extensive global tour. While there were some bumps along the way, the band finally wrapped its tour this past June at London’s famed Hyde Park. The concert was recorded and last month was released by Eagle Rock Entertainment and Universal Music Group in a triple-disc Blu-ray/2 CD combo pack. The experience presented throughout the course of the set’s discs make this recording one more of the year’s best new live overall recordings. The main reason for that is the show’s set list. The twenty-plus song set takes listeners of all ages throughout the band’s expansive catalogue of hits. There is a lot to say here. It will be noted shortly. On a related note, there are some differences between the concert’s CD presentation and Blu-ray presentation that set the two apart from each other. This is another important element of the recording that makes its presentation so important to note. Last but not least of note here is the band’s stage presence throughout the 109-minute (one hour and forty-nine minutes) concert. Daltry and Townshend may be up there in age. But the pair definitely doesn’t show it even despite Townshend’s joke in one interview about how easily he and Daltry getting easily winded. Each element is important in its own right to the overall presentation that is The Who: Live in Hyde Park. Altogether, they make this recording one more of the year’s best new live recordings.

The Who: Live in Hyde Park is one of this year’s top new live recordings. The main reason for the recording earning such acclaim is its set list. The show’s set list runs nearly two hours. Among that massive collection of hits featured in this show’s set list are: ‘My Generation,’ ‘Pinball Wizard,’ ‘Baba O’Reily,’ ‘I Can’t Explain,’ ‘You Better You Bet,’ ‘Who Are You,’ ‘Won’t Get Fooled Again,’ ‘Join Together,’ ‘The Kids Are Alright,’ ‘I Can See For Miles’ and a number of others. Simply put the show includes songs that audiences of all ages know and love. And depending on how one counts the total number of songs, it could be argued that the set list features a total of twenty-two songs. Some of those songs are included as part of a couple of medleys. So the total number of songs could be argued. Regardless of which side one takes on that discussion, the fact that so much of the band’s extensive catalogue of hits is featured in this concert is plenty of reason for audiences to check out the recording. It isn’t the only reason that audiences will want to check out The Who: Live in Hyde Park. Believe it or not the concert’s Blu-ray presentation is actually different in at least a couple of ways from its CD presentation. That is another important element to note in its overall presentation.

The set list that is presented in The Who: Live in Hyde Park is in itself an important reason for audiences to check out this latest live recording from The Who. It is just one part of what makes this recording such an interesting experience for audiences. Between its Blu-ray and CD presentations The Who: Live in Hyde Park audiences actually get two largely different presentations. That is just as important to note of this recording as the show’s set list. Audiences will note in comparing in both its Blu-ray and CD presentations that the Blu-ray presentation includes one-on-one interviews with the band members, fans, and even the band’s counterparts. One of those counterparts is veteran punk rocker Iggy Pop. Pop discusses the band’s mega-hit ‘My Generation’ and its importance in the rock community’s modern history. Townshend–as previously noted–jokes about how easily he and Daltry can get winded in live performances in one interview. And Daltry shares his thoughts on the band’s place in rock’s history among many other topics throughout the show. The fans that are interviewed at the concert show exactly why The Who remains one of rock’s (and music’s) elite acts today. The fans in question come from a number of age groups and are both male and female. That wide sample of fans and their views on the band shows that the band remains just as relevant today. That relevance and continued ability to entertain masses of all ages is the argument as to why The Who remains one of rock’s (and music’s) elite acts. The interviews with the band members (those interviews include not just Daltry and Townshend but the duo’s backing musicians as well) and the band’s counterparts strengthen said argument even more. On the other side of the recording, audiences get in the recording’s CD side the band’s interactions with the audience between songs at the concert. Those interactions are replaced in the Blu-ray presentation with the previously noted interviews. On the surface this is a little bit problematic. That is because it would have been nice to have those moments included both on the concert’s CD and Blu-ray presentation. But in the bigger picture of the recording, audiences still get the whole concert experience between the two presentations. So to that extent the two separate presentations are in whole an important part of The Who: Live in Hyde Park in terms of its overall presentation despite the Blu-ray slightly short-changing audiences. Even with this issue being noted it still isn’t enough to doom the recording in whole. That is because audiences do still get the full concert experience here. Said experience is just spread across three discs. And when combined with the concert’s extensive set list both elements together make The Who: Live in Hyde Park even more of an important recording especially being that of the final show on the band’s worldwide 50th anniversary tour. Even together they are not all that makes this recording such an interesting and important recording. The band’s stage presence throughout the show is just as important to note as the set list and the two distinctly different presentations that make up the body of the recording.

 

The set list and separate CD and Blu-ray presentations that make up the body of The Who: Live in Hyde Park are both important elements in the recording’s overall presentation. AS important as each element is to the recording’s whole, they are not the only elements that should be discussed in examining the recording. The band’s stage presence throughout the course of the nearly two-hour concert is just as important to discuss as those previously noted elements. It has already been mentioned that Pete Townshend jokingly mentions in one of the one-on-one interviews included in the recording’s Blu-ray presentation, that it doesn’t take much for he and long-time band mate Roger Daltry to get winded. Yet watching the duo on stage here, one wouldn’t know that. That is because the duo (and the other musicians on stage) comes across as giving it their all throughout the show. Townshend’s arm swings in that propeller motion with just as much power as in his younger days. And while Daltry can’t swing his mic with the same power as he used to decades ago, he still has some power. What’s more, the pair still surprisingly has just as much fire in its performance of each song as in its younger days. On a related note in regards to the band’s stage presence, there is no parental advisory sticker on this recording. But there is a certain amount of foul language throughout the recording. Maybe it isn’t enough for whatever parties to consider it deserving of such notice. But there is at least some language throughout that some audiences might find objectionable beginning right off the top as Townshend drops an “F”-bomb as he tells the audience that the band will reach the audience no matter how far away audiences are in the expansive venue. It’s just one moment that audiences should note. So listener discretion should be advised. Even noting the discretion that should be taken in taking in the recording in whole, it still isn’t enough to ruin the overall experience presented in this recording in either its Blu-ray or CD side. Keeping that in mind, the band’s stage presence, when coupled with the concert’s set list and the separate elements included and omitted in the Blu-ray and CD portion of the recording, rounds out the recording’s most important elements. Altogether, all three elements make The Who: Live in Hyde Park a concert recording that is one more of the year’s best overall live recordings.

Eagle Rock Entertainment’s new recording from The Who is a good addition to the personal music library of any of the band’s fans. That is thanks in large part to the extensive career-spanning set list that makes up the main body of the recording. In examining both the recording’s Blu-ray and CD presentations, audiences will note that there are some noticeable differences between the two presentations. The audience interactions included in the recording’s CD presentation have been largely replaced in the Blu-ray presentation with one-on-one interviews with the band members, audience members that were at the show, and some of the band’s counterparts. It would be interesting to find out why the choice was made to go in that direction in this recording. Regardless, audiences still get the full concert experience in the Blu-ray/2 CD presentation of The Who: Live in Hyde Park even if it is spread across the entire presentation. So it isn’t necessarily a bad thing. The band’s stage presence is another positive throughout the concert. Even though they aren’t as young as they once were, Daltry and Townshend still own the stage alongside their younger counterparts from beginning to end. That energy is certain to keep audiences fully engaged throughout the course of the concert’s nearly two-hour run time. All three elements combined, they make The Who: Live in Hyde Park, again, one of this year’s best new live recordings and one more welcome addition to the personal music library of any of the band’s fans around the world. The Who: Live in Hyde Park is available now in stores and online.   More information on this and other titles from Eagle Rock Entertainment is available online now at:

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Lady A’s Latest Live Recording Will Have Fans’ Hands Up And Clapping

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Courtesy: Eagle Rock Entertainment

This past October, superstar country music act Lady Antebellum wrapped its “Wheels Up Tour.” The tour, which was in support of its latest full-length studio recording, 2014’s 747, spanned a total of sixty-six dates, eight countries including the United States, Canada, and select European nations, and garnered a total revenue of more than six million dollars. That means that thousands of fans across the world got to see this platinum-selling and Grammy Award-winning country act. However, just as many fans didn’t get to see the trio. That is because as many did get to see the trio perform, its global tour only visited a select group of nations. Its North American tour was far more far-reaching. Last month though, the band teamed up with Eagle Rock Entertainment to give even more fans the chance to see the band perform with the release of its new live recording Wheels Up Tour. There is plenty for fans to appreciate about this performance, originally recorded at the band’s June 27th performance in Irvine, California beginning with the concert’s overall presentation. Audiences get here more than just another run-of-the-mill concert recording. Audiences get to see the band’s concert as well as vignettes featuring fans in attendance and the band’s interaction with said fans before the concert. The show’s set list is just as important to the whole of the recording if not more so. The band’s stage presence is one more important part of the recording’s whole but hardly the last. The concert’s production values are also an important part of the recording’s presentation. Together with the previously noted elements, the presentation of Wheels Up Tour shows in whole to be yet another impressive live recording from Lady Antebellum and more proof of why Eagle Rock Entertainment remains today the leading name in live recordings.

Eagle Rock Entertainment has shown time and time again why it is the leading name in live recordings. It has done so with the release of live recordings from a number of different acts that span the musical universe and with recordings that give audiences the best seat in the house whether or not those audiences were able to be in attendance at the concerts featured in the given recordings. Now with the release of Lady Antebellum’s latest live recording, Wheels Up Tour, it has continued to hold that mantle with strength and pride. The third full-length live recording that the band has released via Eagle Rock Entertainment, this recording is another impressive piece from the two parties first and foremost through its general presentation. The concert presented here is not just a standard, run-of-the-mill concert recording. Instead of just giving audiences the concert, the recording also features vignettes featuring the band’s fans as well as the band and its interaction with its fans outside of the concert. Audiences will be interested to learn of the dedication of some fans. One group of fans, audiences will discover, drove about three days just to see the band’s show. That’s dedication. In another vignette, audiences see the band invite a young lady “up on stage” in a pre-show performance in which the young lady gets to actually perform on her own for both the audience in attendance and for the band. This isn’t just a performance with the band but actually by herself as the band and audience watch. There’s a certain genuine vibe from the band that audiences will appreciate in seeing that genuine respect for fans from the band. At the same time, the love that the fans have for the band is just as pleasant to see. The solid editing between the band’s performance and the recording’s companion vignettes makes the presentation in whole one that entertain audiences from beginning to end and in the same vein will keep them just as engaged.

The general presentation of Lady A’s Wheels Up Tour is in itself plenty of reason for the trio’s fans to add this latest recording to their home music libraries and DVD/Blu-ray collections. It is just one reason that audiences will enjoy this recording. The show’s set list is another important part of the recording’s presentation. The twenty-song set list covers all five of the band’s current albums. Yes, there are six total releases, but one of them is a holiday collection, thus leading the count to actually be five if that makes any sense. What is really interesting about this is of those twenty-songs, the band’s 2010 sophomore album Need You Now is most heavily represented with a total of five tracks. Those tracks are: ‘Perfect Day,’ ‘Hello World, ‘Need You Now,’ ‘Our Kind of Love,’ and ‘American Honey.’ 747, which the tour was supporting, is represented here by four songs. The band’s 2008 self-titled debut is represented with only three songs as is 2011’s Own The Night. Golden gets two nods for a total of eighteen songs. There are also three covers–Ed Sheeran’s ‘Thinking Out Loud,’ ‘Aerosmith and Run DMC’s ‘Walk This Way,’ and Shania Twain’s ‘Any Man of Mine’–included in the show for a total of twenty songs. Considering the spread of songs featured in this recording audiences will appreciate just how much of the band’s catalogue is covered here. Add in the mix of covers included in the set, it shows that the band listens, obviously, to more than just other country acts. In turn it might even get audiences that might otherwise not listen to those acts into said acts. To that effect, the set list featured in Wheels Up Tour proves to be just as important to its overall presentation as the band’s performance. It still is not the only remaining important element worth noting in this recording. The band’s stage presence is just as important to note.

The set list that makes up the body of Wheels Up Tour and the overall presentation of the recording contained therein are both equally important to the whole of the recording. While both elements are equally important in their own right to the whole of the recording they are just not all that should be noted. The band’s stage presence couples with the concert’s production values to round out the recording’s most important elements. Audiences will be impressed by the band’s stage presence because of its energy throughout. The trio and its backing musicians give their all throughout the show. And it shows quite well even on the small screen. That clear translation of said energy is thanks to the work of those behind the concert’s cameras and audio boards. The venue’s rather large size allows for plenty of great shots. And the camera crew utilized every one of them, capturing every bit of the band’s energy and the love and energy given by the audience in return. The audio is just as impressive considering the venue’s size. The concert’s audio engineers expertly handled the challenges presented by the venue’s size. They captured the venue’s size by balancing the sound of the trio singing without losing the trio’s vocals in all of its echoing through the concert hall. Also balanced within that element was the crows noise. It complements the audio not just from the trio but its backing musicians, too. The end result of the expert camera work and audio engineering is a concert that captures Lady Antebellum’s enjoyable stage presence quite well. And together with the show’s set list and general presentation of the concert in all of its facets, Wheels Up Tour shows in the end to be yet another must have for any of the trio’s fans. It also proves to be yet an impressive companion to the trio’s previous pair of recordings released via Eagle Rock Entertainment as well as more proof of why Eagle Rock Entertainment remains today the leading name in live recordings.

Lady Antebellum’s Wheels Up Tour live recording is another impressive recording released by the partnership between the trio and Eagle Rock Recording. The third of the band’s live recordings to be released via Eagle Rock Entertainment, it features a concert that is more than just a concert. It actually takes audiences behind the scenes before and during the concert showing why the trio’s fans are so dedicated to the group and why the connection between the two parties is so strong. The set list, which covers all five of the group’s albums so far adds even more reason for fans to add this recording to their respective music libraries and DVD/Blu-ray collections. The combined stage presence by Lady Antebellum and its clear translation via the work of those behind the lenses and audio boards rounds out the presentation, showing once more why any Lady Antebellum fan will appreciate this new recording from the superstar country act. Wheels Up Tour is available now in stores and online. More information on this and other titles from Eagle Rock Entertainment is available online now at:

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Phil’s Picks Celebrates The Holidays Again With Annual Holiday Giveaway

It’s time once again, everybody.  The holiday season is officially upon us.  And that means that it is time once again for the annual Phil’s Picks holiday giveaway.  Each Friday in December I will be giving away a prize to one lucky reader from the list below.  Here’s the catch:  YOU the reader get to choose the prize instead of me.  I’m going to sweeten the deal for you, the loyal Phil’s Picks fans this year, too.  I am going to bundle together the standalone season sets of Hey Dude, and The Wild Thornberrys.  This is just the current list.  There’s a chance I could throw in even more prizes as the month goes on.  So if you want a chance to win a prize for yourself or someone you know, make sure that you get your name in now!  Good luck and spread the word!

Movies

1. The Aviator (Blu-ray + DVD)

2. Believe Me (Blu-ray)

3. Blancanieves (DVD)

4. Born Yesterday (Blu-ray)

5. The Duellists (DVD)

6. Dying of the Light (Blu-ray + Digital HD)

7. Grizzly Adams (DVD)

8. Jimmy P. (DVD)

9. Liberal Arts (Blu-ray)

10. Life’s A Breeze (Blu-ray)

11. Match (DVD)

12. May in the Summer (Blu-ray)

13. Perfect Understanding (Blu-ray)

14. Premature (DVD)

15. Robot Jox (Blu-ray)

16. Ships (DVD)

17. Shout At The Devil (Blu-ray)

18. Speak No Evil (DVD + Digital)

19. Spike Island (DVD)

20. The Sweeney (DVD)

21. Tooken (DVD)

22. The Voices (Blu-ray + Digital HD)

23. While We’re Young (Blu-ray + Digital HD)

DVD/BD BOX SETS

1. Beetleborgs Metallix: Season Two Volume Two (DVD)

2. Broadchurch: The Complete Second Season (DVD)

3. The Carol Burnett Show: The Lost Episodes (DVD)

4. CPO Sharkey: Season 1 (DVD)

5. CPO Sharkey: Season 2 (DVD)

6. Cook’s Country: Season Five (PBS DVD)

7. Fireball XL5: The Complete Series (DVD)

8. Halt and Catch Fire: The Complete First Season (Blu-ray + Digital HD)

9. The Hee-Haw Collection (DVD)

10. Hey Dude: Season 3 (DVD)

11. Hey Dude: Season 4 (DVD)

12. Hey Dude: The FInal Season (DVD)

13. I Spy: The Complete Series (DVD)

14. Joe 90: The Complete Series (DVD)

15. Mister Ed: The Final Season (DVD)

16. Mr. Warmth: Don Rickles–The Ultimate Collection (DVD)

17. The Red Skelton Show: The Lost Episodes (DVD)

18. The Red Skelton Show: The Early Years: 1951 – 1955 (DVD)

19. Sapphire And Steel: The Complete Series (DVD)

20. Secret Agent (AKA Danger Man): The Complete Series (DVD)

21. Stingray: The Complete Series (DVD)

22. The Wild Thornberrys: The Complete Series (DVD)

23. The Wild Thornberrys: Season 2 Part 2 (DVD)

24. The Wild thornberrys: Season 2 Part 3 (DVD)

25. The Wild Thornberrys: Season 3 (DVD)

LIVE RECORDINGS

Black Veil Brides (Blu-ray)

Ceelo Green: Loberace–Live in Vegas (Blu-ray)

Concert For Ronnie Montrose (DVD)

Emerson, Lake, and Palmer: Live at Montreux 1997 (2 CD)

Jeff Lynne’s ELO: Live in Hyde Park (DVD)

Jon Lord: Concerto For Group and Orchestra (Blu-ray)

Lord of the Dance (DVD)

Marillion: A Sunday Night Above The Rain (2 CD)

Ministry: Enjoy The Quiet–Live at Wacken 2012 (DVD/2 CD)

Ministry: Last Tangle In Paris–Live 2012 (DVD/2 CD)

Neil Sedaka: The Show Goes On–Live at the Royal Albert Hall (Blu-ray)

Peter Gabriel: Live Blood (2 CD)

The Richard Thompson Band: Live at Celtic Connections (Blu-ray)

Saga: Spin It Again!–Live in Munich (2 CD)

Shania Twain: Still The One–Live in Las Vegas (Blu-ray)

Simply Red: Live at Montreux 2003 (Blu-ray)
Documentaries

1. After Newtown: Guns in America (PBS DVD)

2. The Booker (DVD)

3. Heaven Adores You: A Documentary Film About The Life & Music Of Elliott Smith (Blu-ray)

4. How To Survive A Plague (DVD)

5. Lost Songs: The Basement Tapes Continued (Blu-ray)

6. Produced By George Martin (DVD)

7. Who Killed Alex Spourdalakis? (DVD)

DVDs/BDs

1. Don Rickles: TV Specials Volume 1

2. Highlights of the 2012 Masters Tournament (DVD)

3. Power Rangers: Trickster Treat (DVD)

4. Ruby’s Studio: The Friendship Show (DVD)

5. Transformers Prime: Ultimte Decepticons (DVD)

CDs

1. All Time Low–“Dirty Work”

2. Anders & Kendall–“Wild Chorus”

3. Beatallica–“Abbey Load”

4. The Blues Magoos–“Psychedelic Resurrection”

5. Bob Schneider–“A Perfect Day”

6. Breathe Carolina–“Hell Is What You Make It”

7. Buzz Cason–“Troubadour Heart”

8. Buzz Cason–“Record Machine”

9. The Dangerous Summer–“War Paint”

10. Daniel Guaqueta–“Saying Is Only Saying So Much” (EP)

11. Darkest Hour–“The Human Romance”

12. Derek Sherinian–“Black Utopia”

13. Device–“Device” (Clean)

14. Divided By Friday–“Prove It”

15. Empresarios–“The Vibes”

16. Eternal Voyager–“The Battle of Eternity”

17. Francesca Blanchard–“Deux Visions”

18. Glasscloud–“The Royal Thousand”

19. High on Fire–“Snakes for the Divine”

20. James Durbin–“Memories of a Beautiful Disaster”

21. Janus–“Nox Aeris”

22. Jefferson Grizzard–Learning How To Lie (X4)

23. Joe Gruschecky–“Somewhere East of Eden”

24. Kittie–“I’ve Failed You”

25. Laura Wilde–“Sold My Woul”

26. Limp Bizkit–“Three Dollar Bill Y’all”

27. Marillion–“Sounds That Can’t Be Made”

28. Marillion–“Sounds That Can’t Be Made (Special Edition)

29. Matt Skiba and the Sekrets–“Babylon”

30. Permanent Ability–“Bring It On”

31. Rebelution–“Count Me In”

32. Red Hot Chili Peppers–“Blood Sugar Sex Magik”

33. Roy Orbison–“Greatest Hits”

34. Saving Abel–“Bringing Down The Giant”

35. Shahidah Omar–“Freedom”

36. Something Unto Nothing–“Something Unto Nothing”

37. Tempt–“Under My Skin” (EP)

38. There For Tomorrow–“The Verge”

39. Throwdown–“Deathless”

40. Throwdown–“Intolerance”

41. Tim Chaisson–“The Other Side”

42. Uh Huh Her–“Future Souls”

43. Unbreakable–“Knock Out”

44. The Wild Beyond–“The Wild Beyond”

45. The Winery Dogs–The Winery Dogs (Special Edition)

46. Yellowcard–“When You’re Through Thinking, Say Yes”

 

Clapton’s Musical Birthday Bash Is A Great Gift For Every One Of His Fans

Courtesy:  Eagle Rock Entertainment

Courtesy: Eagle Rock Entertainment

Eric Clapton celebrated a big milestone earlier this year. The legendary guitarist celebrated his 70th birthday. And he didn’t just celebrate it with a quiet night at home. Instead he celebrated it in front of hundreds of fans at the famed Royal Albert Hall. Now fans around the world will get to take in that celebration in the comfort of their own homes this fall courtesy of the people at Eagle Rock Entertainment in the form of the new recording Slow Hand at 70: Live at the Royal Albert Hall. Slow Hand at 70: Live at the Royal Albert Hall was released earlier this month in a variety of platforms including DVD + 2CD, Blu-ray + 2CD, and an exclusive Deluxe DVD + 2CD edition. For the sake of this review, the attention will rest on the recording’s DVD + 2CD platform. There is plenty to like about this recording beginning with the show’s set list. While not necessarily a career-spanning show or even a career-defining set list it still touches on some of Clapton’s biggest hits. It is just one part of what makes this presentation another impressive addition to Eagle Rock Entertainment’s expansive catalogue and to any Clapton fan’s music library. Clapton’s stage presence and that of his fellow performers is just as important to the whole of this recording as the show’s set list. The concert’s production values round out its presentation. Between the work of the concert’s audio engineers, those behind the cameras, and those that handled the concert’s post-production the production values stand out here just as much as any of the other live recordings in Eagle Rock Entertainment’s vast library of archived concerts. Of course the package’s double gate-fold packaging can’t be ignored either. Together with all of the previously noted elements the DVD + 2CD presentation of Eric Clapton’s Slow Hand at 70: Live at the Royal Albert Hall proves to be yet more proof of why Eagle Rock Entertainment remains today the leading name in live recordings and why this recording in itself is one more of the best of this year’s new live recordings.

Eric Clapton’s new live recording Slow Hand at 70: Live at the Royal Albert Hall is one more of the best of this year’s new live recordings. Being such an impressive recording it is also more proof (as if the company needed it) as to why Eagle Rock Entertainment remains today the leading name in live recordings. The main way in which it shows itself to be such an impressive recording is its set list. The seventeen-song set list comes in at just under two hours. Specifically it comes in at an hour and forty-five minutes. Though the bonus performance of ‘Little Queen of Spades’ pushes that time to just over two hours. While not necessarily a career-spanning or even career-defining set list it is still a set that every fan will enjoy. It includes some of Clapton’s biggest hits of all time including: ‘Key to the Highway,’ ‘Wonderful Tonight,’ ‘Cocaine,’ and ‘I Shot The Sheriff’ among others. There is also a great performance of Willie Dixon’s blues classic ‘Hocchie Coochie Man’ and ‘You Are So Beautiful,’ which was co-written by Billy Preston, Bruce Fisher, and Beach Boys legend Dennis Wilson. As if all of that is not enough, the classic ‘Tears in Heaven’ is here, too as are ‘Layla,’ ‘Somebody’s Knockin’ On My Door’ and ‘Driftin’ Blues,’ which was originally composed by Johnny Moore’s Three Blazers in 1945. Between these songs and those not noted here, it can be said that the set in whole plays its own important role in the whole of this concert recording’s overall presentation. It is not the only part of the presentation’s whole that makes it enjoyable. Clapton’s stage presence and that of his fellow performers is just as important to the recording’s presentation as the show’s set list.

The set list that is featured in Eric Clapton’s new live recording is an important part of the recording’s whole in its own right. That is because it presents just a handful of the veteran musician’s songs from his extensive catalogue of songs. It might not necessarily be a career-defining set list or even career-spanning in the traditional sense of the terms. But it is still an impressive collection of songs nonetheless. As impressive as the show’s set list proves to be it is just one part of the presentation that makes it such an enjoyable program. Clapton’s stage presence and that of his fellow performers is just as important to note as the concert’s set list. There are no fireworks or big, bombastic guitar solos here. It is just a straight forward performance in which Clapton and company really let the music do the talking for them. One of the most notable moments to note in regards to the group’s stage presence is Clapton’s performance of ‘Tears in Heaven.’ Typically a slow, emotional piece Clapton opts for a different take in his performance here. He actually speeds up the song here. And while that might not seem like much on the surface, it is quite important to note. That is because it gives the song a wholly different identity from its original recording. ‘I Shot The Sheriff’ gets the audience just as into the show thanks to the group’s grooving energy as it performs the song. And the group’s take on ‘Hoochie Coochie Man’ conjures thoughts of a smoky old jazz club even with it being performed in what is one of the biggest and most respected concert halls in England if not the UK. The energy exuded through this performance and that of each of the concert’s other songs shows in whole just why Clapton’s stage presence and that of his fellow performers is so important to the whole of the performance. All involved handle each song with such expertise that it makes the music just as much the star of the show as its performers; So much so that there is really no need for interaction between Clapton and the audience in attendance. All things considered here Clapton’s stage presence and that of his fellow performers throughout each of the show’s songs shows just why it is just as important to the whole of the recording as the show’s set list.

The set list featured in Slow Hand at 70: Live at the Royal Albert Hall and the band’s stage presence throughout the featured songs are both key ways in which the recording shows itself to be yet another solid release from Eagle Rock Entertainment and a recording that any of the legendary guitarist’s fans should have in their own music libraries. While both elements are of equal importance to the concert’s overall presentation they are not the only elements that should be considered. The concert’s production values are just as important to the concert as its set list and the performers’ stage presence. The Royal Albert Hall is a massive venue to say the very least. For those that might not be familiar with the hall’s makeup it is a very large, open structure. That means that the sound absolutely envelopes the hall. It also means plenty of options for camera shots. And the camera crew utilizes every option, too. There are multiple angles captured on-stage as well as from the audience. The on-stage angles include head-on shots of Clapton working his way through each song, his backup singers, Michelle John and Sharon White, singing like two wonderful angels, and even bassist Nathan East when he gets his time in the spotlight. There is also a number of equally wonderful other angles from every possible post on stage that heighten the viewing experience even more for audiences at home. The audience shots are just as incredible. There are incredible shots from atop the hall in its highest balconies and other trucking shots from the hall floor. Both shots capture in their own way the very immensity of the hall’s structure. Together they not only capture its incredible size but also the equally immense size of the audience in attendance. It shows Clapton’s continued popularity and relevance among audiences even decades after his debut. Considering the hall’s size, the audio is just as impressive. Audiences get to hear just how full the sound is as it rings through the hall. Yet thanks to those behind the audio boards (and those that handled the audio in post production) it never feels overpowering either to audiences or itself at any point. One can only imagine how it must have sounded in person. And even considering that it sounded just as incredible in this recording if not better. Coupled with the equally standout work of the show’s camera crew (and those that edited the concert in post) the concert’s production values show in the end exactly why they are just as important to this recording as the show’s set list and the performers’ stage presence. The combination of all three elements in the concert’s DVD + 2CD combo pack makes it just as enjoyable as it is in any of its other presentations. Given there is quite a bit more in the extended deluxe edition for true fans of Eric Clapton. But it doesn’t detract from the enjoyment offered by this presentation one bit. It is just as enjoyable in its own right. The double gate-fold packaging can even be cited in the package’s presentation. It may be more bulky than packages that use those plastic inserts in order to save space. But it also ensures the safety of the package’s discs. Set against the other noted elements, they collectively show exactly why Slowhand at 70: Live at the Royal Albert Hall is one more of this year’s best new live recordings and why Eagle Rock Entertainment remains today the leading name in live recordings.

Eric Clapton’s new live recording Slowhand at 70: LIve at the Royal Albert Hall is one more of this year’s best new live recordings. It also shows yet again why Eagle Rock Entertainment remains today the leading name in live recordings. It proves both of these arguments mainly through the show’s set list. While not necessarily career-spanning or defining, it is still a set list that Clapton fans of all ages will enjoy. His stage presence (and that of his fellow performers) adds even more enjoyment to the concert. The production values presented throughout the concert and the packaging of the triple-disc set together round out the package. Each element plays its own important part in the whole of this concert. Collectively, they make it a concert recording that every Eric Clapton fan will enjoy and one that is one of this year’s best new live recordings. It is yet more proof of why Eagle Rock Entertainment remains today the leading name in live recordings. It is available now in stores and online. More information on this and other titles from Eagle Rock Entertainment is available online now at:

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Perry’s Prismatic World Tour Live Shines Brightly For Fans

Courtesy:  Eagle Rock Entertainment/Capitol Records

Courtesy: Eagle Rock Entertainment/Capitol Records

Katy Perry is one of the biggest names in the pop music community today.  Ever since breaking out with her hit song ‘I Kissed a Girl’ in 2008 Perry’s rise to stardom has been meteoric to say the very least.  Now roughly seven years later, she is one of the darlings of the pop world having earned no fewer than five American Music Awards, fourteen People’s Choice Awards, nine number one singles, and much more acclaim.  This is all with Perry having released three albums and one live recording since the release of her 2008 debut album One Of The Boys.  Late last month Perry added yet another live recording to that list, ensuring that her acclaim grows even more.  The recording, Prismatic World Tour Live, was recorded at Perry’s performance in Sydney, Australia during her 2014 Prismatic World Tour.  Whether one is a long-time Katy Perry fan or perhaps just a casual fan, this latest live recording from the pop princess is one every one of her fans will enjoy.  The main reason for that is the show’s set list.  That will be discussed at more length shortly.  Perry’s stage presence and the show’s overall presentation are just as worth noting in this recording.  The show’s production values round out the most important of the recording’s elements.  The camera work and that of those behind the audio boards lies at the center of the recording’s overall viewing experience.  Together with the show’s set list and performance by Perry and company, all three elements combined make Prismatic World Tour Live a recording that any of Perry’s fans will enjoy.

Katy Perry’s new live recording Prismatic World Tour Live is a recording that any of her fans will enjoy.  This applies both to the hardcore fans and even the more casual fan that enjoys her music but might not want to pay the exorbitant price of a ticket to see her live.  The main reason for such high level of enjoyment is the show’s set list.  The twenty-two song set features songs from all three of Perry’s current full-length studio recordings.  Though her two most recent albums—Prism (2013) and Teenage Dream (2010)—are most prominent in the featured set list.  That is not to say that Perry ignored her debut album One Of The Boys (2008).  It is just that the latter pair is more heavily represented.  That is especially the case with Prism.  Nearly the entire album is represented in this performance.  Perry even goes so far as to include the song ‘It Takes Two’ in the show.  That song is only included in the extended edition of Prism.  In all Prism is represented by a grand total of twelve songs.  Teenage Dream is represented by eight songs and One Of The Boys by four.  So since Katy Perry has only been a fixture in the mainstream music community for seven years, it would be improper to call this recording career-defining.  However, considering the fact that all three of her albums so far have been relatively well represented in the concert, it could be argued that one could call it career-spanning.  Of course that term would be used loosely at this point.  But it would still apply.  And that being the case, it can be said that in presenting so much material, the show’s set list shows itself to be a key element to Prismatic World Tour Live’s overall presentation.  It establishes a solid foundation for the recording and in turn is just the beginning of what makes the presentation in whole one that Perry’s fans will enjoy.  Perry’s performance (and that of her dancers) couples with the show’s theatricality in whole to strengthen the concert’s overall presentation.

The set list chosen for Prismatic World Tour Live establishes a solid foundation for the recording.  It is a set that covers all three of Perry’s albums so far.  Two of those albums are even more prominent than the other.  Regardless, Perry’s long-time fans and her more casual fans alike will appreciate that she covered so much ground, musically speaking.  Of course the concert’s set list is just one part of the whole that fans will enjoy.  Perry’s performance (and that of her dancers) couples with the theatricality of the show to add even more depth to the concert.  Perry’s performance throughout the show is within itself important to the whole of this concert in that she really puts on the best possible performance for those in attendance.  From her extensive dance routines to the choreographed routines with her dancers, many hours had to have been spent rehearsing those routines.  Those hours obviously paid off because they are handled with the utmost precision.  To that extent, Perry and company will keep audiences engaged.  On a side note, it should be said that some audiences might find some of the dance featured dance moves….offensive.  That is because there is a fair share of twerking and rump shaking going on throughout the course of the show.  And some of the outfits leave little to the imagination.  Those two factors cannot be ignored even with the precision of the performers’ (Perry included) routines in mind.  On a related note, the theatrical elements of Perry’s show add even more depth to the concert for fans.  There are multiple costume changes and set changes throughout the show.  From an Egyptian set and costumes to something akin to the Broadway musical Cats to a giant balloon-like dress, post-apocalyptic rave-like outfits in the show’s opener, and so much more, Perry and company keep audiences well entertained through the show’s theatricality. All things considered here, the dance routines and overall theatricality of Perry’s live show makes for even more enjoyment for her fans. What’s more it might actually be possible that Perry even used her own vocal talents at different points in the show. Heck, she might have even actually sung her way through the entire show. Though, with her singing over her own vocal track it is at time difficult to tell. It cannot be denied that she did use her own vocals even if it was only at certain points. The fact that she actually did will impress audiences just as much. It is the proverbial cherry on top of the concert’s performance elements that together with said elements makes those elements important in their own right. Together with the show’s set list, they make Prismatic World Tour Live that much more of an entertaining watch for Perry’s fans. As with any other live recording they are hardly the last elements worth noting in examining the concert in whole. The show’s overall production values round out the viewing experience.

The set list and overall performance by Perry and her dancers throughout Prismatic World Tour Live are in their own right hugely important to the concert’s overall viewing experience. The set list covers almost all of her songs to date. The performance and theatricality of the show itself is sure to keep audiences just as engaged. Together, all of those elements make Prismatic World Tour Live a concert experience that any of Katy Perry’s fans will enjoy. Of course they wouldn’t be worth the note if attention wasn’t paid to the show’s production values—its audio and video mix. Of course Eagle Rock Entertainment is not the leading name in live recordings for no reason. It only releases recordings with the highest quality production values. And that holds true here just as much as in any of the label’s vast collection of recordings. The venue at which Perry performed this concert was expansive to say the very least. It was a full-size arena holding any number of her fans. That means that balancing the concert’s audio was of the utmost importance for audiences at home. And that is evident even in the concert’s post production work. That is meant in the most complimentary fashion possible. Audiences can really hear just how expansive the venue was. At the same time, Perry’s vocals are never lost along the way. In simpler terms, audiences can hear as she sings just how far her vocals (and the rest of the show’s audio) spread throughout the arena. But none of those parts ever overpowers the others nor do any of those parts sound airy, as if they are off in the distance. To that extent all involved are deserving of praise for their painstaking efforts to balance the concert’s audio levels. In the same vein, the work of those behind the cameras and editors is just as important to note. Whereas the venue’s size offered its share of challenges for those handling audio duties, it offered just as many opportunities for those behind the lens. And it goes without saying that said individuals used every one of those opportunities. There are shots taken from every possible angle from beginning to end. It gives audiences watching at home quite a view of the show if not the best seat in the house. The work of those charged with assembling said shots in post is just as much to thank for that. It is thanks to their efforts that the shots not only give viewers the best seat in the house and the fullest experience. The zooms, pans, cuts, and angles are used expertly throughout to enhance Perry and company’s performance. They serve to heighten the show’s energy even more and translate said energy to audiences at home. The end product is a concert to which audiences will find themselves singing and dancing because of that expert translation. Together with the equally well-handled audio, that enjoyment is made even more. And together with the performance of Perry and her dancers, and the show’s set list, the recording in whole proves to be one that is well worth the watch by any of Perry’s fans regardless of whether they have ever gotten to see her live or not.

Katy Perry’s new live recording Prismatic World Tour Live is a live recording that any of the pop star’s fans will want to see. This is regardless of whether or not they have ever had the opportunity to see her live. The show’s set list covers all three of the albums that she has released to date, totaling twenty-two songs. Perry’s performance alongside her dancers couples with the show’s theatrical elements to keep fans fully engaged and entertained. The production values give audiences the best seat in the house thanks to the efforts of those that originally recorded the show and those that prepared the show for release. Each element plays its own important part in the whole of this recording’s presentation. Altogether, they make Prismatic World Tour Live a recording that, again, any Katy Perry fan will enjoy. It also serves to show once more why Eagle Rock Entertainment remains to this day the leading name in live recordings. It is available now in stores and online. More information on this and other titles from Eagle Rock Entertainment is available online now at:

 

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