THE ALLMAN BROTHERS 1973/94 DVD
First up is the band's 1973 appearance in Macon, Georgia on Don Kirshner's Rock Concert. Songs include Southbound & Statesboro Blues. Next is Gregg Allman's 1975 appearance on The Cher Show. Songs include Good Thing (duet with Cher) & Midnight Rider. Next is the band's 1982 performance on Saturday Night Live. Songs include I'm Leavin' & Midnight Rider. Next is Gregg on "The Inside Track" with Graham Nash (A&E) from 1990. Gregg answers questions from the audience & performs the songs These Days & Come & Go Blues (He also tells some great stories about his brother Duane, shooting himself in the foot to avoid the army & getting drunk with Jimmy Carter!). Next up is the band's 1990 performance on "Unplugged" (MTV). Songs include Midnight Rider, Melissa, Seven Turns & Come On into My Kitchen. Next is a rare 1990 VH-1 Documentary featuring rare footage with Duane, interviews & more! Next is the band's 1991 performance of "Ramblin Man" on VH-1. Next is the band's 1991 performance of "Blue Sky" on The Dennis Miller Show. Next is the band's 1994 performance of "Nobody Left to Run with Anymore" on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. Total running time is 2 hours.
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ATLANTA RHYTHM SECTION 1978/96 DVD
First up is their 1978 performance on "The Midnight Special". Songs include Imaginary Lover, I'm Not Gonna Let it Bother Me Tonight, So Into You, Long Tall Sally & Champagne Jam. Next is their performance of "How Much Love is Enough" on the 1988 Georgia Music Awards (PBS). Next is their 1989 performance of "Doraville" in Augusta, Georgia. Next is their 1990 performance at The Center Stage, Atlanta, Georgia. Songs include Alien & I'm Not Gonna Let it Bother Me Tonight. Next is their 1990 performance at the North Carolina Seafood Festival including an interview with Ronnie Hammond & clips of "Homesick". Next is their 1991 performance of "Outside Woman Blues" at The Center Stage, Atlanta, Georgia. Next is their 1992 performance at Lakewood Amphitheatre, Atlanta, Georgia. Songs include Homesick, So Into You, Large Time, Spooky & Imaginary Lover. Next is their 1994 performance on "River Street" in Savannah, Georgia. Songs include Jukin & Lois Malone. Next is their 1996 induction into The Georgia Music Hall of Fame including a Live performance of "Champagne Jam" featuring all 6 original members of A.R.S.!! Total running time is 1 hour & 40 minutes & the quality is excellent but not mint perfect.
LYNYRD SKYNYRD 1974/98 DVD
First up is the band's performance on the 1974 German TV Show "Rockpalast". This is when Ed King & Bob Burns were still in the band! Songs include Workin' For MCA, Sweet Home Alabama & Freebird. Next up is the 1974 promo video for Sweet Home Alabama. Next up is the band's performance of "Sweet Home Alabama" from Asbury Park, New Jersey July 13th 1977. Next is the 1977 Pepsi Cola Tribute film featuring footage from the band's 1977 concert at Anaheim Stadium in California plus interviews with each band member! Next is the surviving members' of Skynyrd's first performance after the plane crash at the Vol. Jam V 1/13/79 performing "Freebird" with no vocals. Next is a 1987 MTV interview with Ed King, Billy Powell, Leon Wilerson, Artimus Pyle & Gary Rossington discussing the upcoming 10 year reunion tour. Next is the bands very first show of the 1987 Reunion tour in Nashville Tennessee! Songs include Workin for MCA, I Know a Little, Gimme 3 Steps, That Smell & Sweet Home Alabama (also includes an interview with Gary Rossington). Next is the 1990 MTV death reports of Allen Collins. Next is Artimus Pyle & Judy Van Zant on the CMT show "Prime Time Country" discussing "Freebird The Movie" from 1996. Next is the 1996 Entertainment Tonight segment on "Freebird The Movie" with interviews. Next is the VH-1 segment "100 Greatest Bands" from 1998. Next is the 1998 VH-1 promo of Sweet Home Alabama (all vintage 1970's footage!). Next is footage of the original grave sites of Ronnie Van Zant, Steve Gaines & Cassie Gaines at The Jacksonville Memorial Gardens Cemetery. This footage was filmed on 1/15/98 which would have been Ronnies' 50th Birthday. This was a couple of years before some lunatic disturbed the sites. Total running time is 105 minutes & the quality is overall excellent!
LYNYRD SKYNYRD 1974/06 DVD
First up is a rare promo video for the song “Don’t Ask Me No Questions” from 1974. Next is the band’s 1975 live performance of “I’m A Country Boy”, “Railroad Song” & “On The Hunt” at The Winterland Ballroom in San Francisco California. Next is the band’s 1976 live performance of “Tuesday’s Gone” & “The Needle & The Spoon” at The Winterland Ballroom in San Francisco California. Next is a rare 1987 MTV interview with Billy Powell, Leon Wilkeson, Artimus Pyle, Ed King & Gary Rossington! Next is a rare live performance of “Swamp Music” from the 1987 “Southern by the Grace of God” Tour! Next is a 1991 profile of the band on Canada’s “Much Music” channel including interviews with Leon Wilkeson, Gary Rossington, Ed King & Johnny Van Zant. Next is the promo video for the song “Smokestack Lightning”. Next is the band’s 1993 live performance of “One Thing” & “The Last Rebel” at The Fox Theatre in Atlanta Georgia. Next is a 1993 MTV segment featuring footage of the band live on stage (and backstage) in Baton Rouge Louisiana 16 years to the day after the 1977 plane crash. Next is the band’s 1996 live performance of “Working For MCA”, “I Ain’t The One”, “Down South Jukin”, Double Trouble” & “I Know A Little” at The Puisto Blues Festival in Finland. Next is the band’s 1997 live performance of “Travelin’ Man” on the “Carol & Merrill” show. Next is the band’s 1998 live performance of “What’s Your Name” & “Berneice” on “Hard Rock Live” in New York. Next is the band’s 2006 induction into the “Rock & Roll Hall of Fame” featuring all surviving members of the band including Bob Burns, Ed King, Artimus Pyle, Billy Powell, Gary Rossington, Rickey Medlocke & Johnny Van Zant! Each band member takes their turn at the podium thanking friends & family and then the band performs “Sweet Home Alabama” & “Freebird”. Allen Collins’ daughter also says a few words as well as Ronnie’s wife Judy! Total running time is 2 hours. Picture quality varies slightly but it's still overall excellent.
LYNYRD SKYNYRD 1975 SAN FRANCISCO DVD
Lynyrd Skynyrd at The Winterland Ballroom in San Francisco, California 1975. A superb performance from the band on their "Nuthin' Fancy" Tour (Ed King was still in the group). Songs include Whiskey Rock & Roller, I Ain't the One, Needle & the Spoon, I'm A Country Boy, Gimme 3 Steps, Don't Ask Me No Questions, Saturday Night Special, Railroad Song, Call Me the Breeze, Sweet Home Alabama, On the Hunt & Freebird (black & white). Total running time is 1 Hour & 15 minutes. The quality is very good but not quite excellent (multi cameras).
LYNYRD SKYNYRD 1993 FOX THEATRE,
ATLANTA, GA. DVD
Lynyrd Skynyrd "LYVE at The Fox Theatre in Atlanta, Georgia 2/19/93. A superb performance from the band on their "Last Rebel" tour! The show starts with several rockers paying tribute to Skynyrd by doing covers of some of their classic tunes!
"Coming Home"- Zak Wilde (Ozzy)
"When You Got Good Friends"- Charlie Daniels
"Down South Jukin'"- Bret Michaels (Poison)
"Mississippi Kid"- Tom Kiefer (Cinderella)
"Things Going On"- Donnie Van Zant (38 Special)
"Made in the Shade"- Travis Tritt
"Ballad of Curtis Loew"- Peter Frampton
The Skynyrd set includes Workin' for MCA, Saturday Night Special, Swamp Music, What's Your Name, Tuesday's Gone, That Smell, I Know a Little, One Thing, Good Lovin', Get Outta Hell in My Dodge, The Last Rebel, Don't Misunderstand Me (w/Travis Tritt), Keepin' the Faith, Born to Run, Simple Man, Gimme 3 Steps (w/Bret Michaels), Call Me the Breeze (w/Peter Frampton & Charlie Daniels), Sweet Home Alabama (w/Donnie Van Zant) & Freebird. Total running time is 2 hours & 40 minutes & the quality is excellent!
LYNYRD SKYNYRD "BEHIND THE MUSIC" &
"UNCIVIL WARS" DVD
First up is the 1997 "Behind the Music" documentary featuring rare live footage & interviews with the band including & more! Next is the 2002 "Uncivil Wars" documentary. This chronicles the feuds between different members of the band featuring interviews with Ed King, Artimus Pyle, Billy Powell, Gary Rossington, Johnny Van Zant & Judy Van Zant. Total running time is 90 minutes & the quality is excellent!
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MARSHALL TUCKER BAND 1973/81 DVD
First up is the band’s 1973 performance on Don Kirshner’s Rock Concert filmed in Macon, Georgia and features Take The Highway, Can’t You See & Ramblin'. Next is the band's November 29th 1975 concert in Houston, Texas. Songs include In My Own Way, Desert Sky, 24 Hours at a Time, Can't You See, Searchin' For a Rainbow & This Ol' Cowboy. Next is the band’s 1978 performance of Blue Ridge Mountain Sky and Can’t You See from their concert in Charleston, South Carolina. Next is the band’s 1981 performance of This Time I Believe and Heard It In a Love Song” on the ABC-TV show "Friday’s". Next is the band’s 1981 performance on The Tomorrow Show with Tom Snyder. Songs include “Rumors Are Raging”, This Ol’ Cowboy” & “Bob Away My Blues”. Tom Snyder also interviews the band! Next is the band's 1981 performance of Fire On The Mountain from their MTV concert in New Jersey. As a bonus the DVD also includes Doug Grey's 2005 interview on CMT. Total running time is 2 hours. The picture quality varies slightly but it’s all still excellent!
MOLLY HATCHET 1979/89 DVD
First up is the band's 1979 performance on Don Kirshner's Rock Concert. Songs include Flirtin' With Disaster, Gator Country & Dreams I'll Never See. Next is the band's 1979 performance on French TV. Songs include Big Apple, Dreams I'll Never See, Flirtin' With Disaster & Crossroads. Next is the bands 1980 performance on American Bandstand with Jimmy Farrar on lead vocals. Songs include "Beatin' The Odds" & "Rambler" plus Dick Clark interviews the band! Next is the Danny Joe Brown Band's 1981 promo videos for "Edge Of Sundown" & "Nobody Walks On Me". Next is the 1983 promo video for "What's It Gonna Take". Next is the band's 1984 performance of "Satisfied Man" on Solid Gold. Next is the 1984 promo videos for "Stone In Your Heart" & "Satisfied Man". Next is the 1989 promo video for I Can't Be Watching You. Total running time is 85 minutes! Picture quality varies from very good to excellent.
"SOUTHERN ROCK" DOCUMENTARY DVD
A superb documentary tracking the roots of Southern Rock & Roll featuring rare live footage & interviews from The Allman Brothers, The Marshall Tucker Band, Charlie Daniels & Lynyrd Skynyrd! The Lynyrd Skynyrd segment includes interviews with Gary Rossington, Ed King, Billy Powell, Judy, Johnny & Donnie Van Zant! This was originally aired on "CMT" in June of 2005. The DVD also includes "The 20 Greatest Songs of Southern Rock" documentary! Total running time is 110 minutes & the quality is excellent!
.38 SPECIAL 1981/98 DVD
First up is the band's 1981 performance at The Rainbow Theatre, Denver Colorado (MTV). Songs include Turn it On, First Time Around, Stone Cold Believer, Robin Hood, Wild Eyed Southern Boys, Hold on Loosely, Back Alley Sally, Reelin' & Rockin', I Been a Mover, Rockin' Into the Night, Who's Been Messin' & Fortunate Son. Next is a 1981 MTV interview with Donnie Van Zant & Don Barnes. Next is a 1983 MTV interview with Jeff Carlisi & Don Barnes. Next is the band's 1998 performance at The Atlanta Motor Speedway. Songs include Wild Eyed Southern Boys & Hold on Loosely. Next is the 1998 "Where are They Now" segment from VH-1. Total running time is 90 minutes. Not everything on this DVD is "mint perfect" quality but I still give it an excellent grading!
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ZZ TOP 1977/2009 DVD
First up is the 1977 KPRC-TV News Special called "That Little Ole Band from Texas" documenting the band's 1976 "World Wide Texas Tour" concert at The Summit in Houston Texas. Next up is the band's 1980 performance of "I Thank You" & "Cheap Sunglasses" on The Old Grey Whistle Test (BBC-TV). Next is their performance of "Party On The Patio" at the 1982 Pinkpop Festival in Holland. Next is their 1982 performance of "Ten Foot Pole" in Dortmund, Germany. Next is their 1982 performance of "Tube Snake Boogie" & "Jailhouse Rock" in Stockholm, Sweden plus a great interview! Next is their 1985 performance of "Sharp Dressed Man" & "Tush" on The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson. Next is the 1992 VH-1 documentary "Bad & Nationwide" featuring lots of rare footage & interviews! Next is the band's 1994 performance of "Pin Cushion" on The Late Show with David Letterman. Next is their performance of "What's Up With That" on David Letterman. Next is their performance of "Bang Bang Shang a Lang" on The 1996 Billboard Music Awards. Next is their 1999 performance of "Fearless Boogie" on David Letterman. Next is the band's 2004 induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in New York including a great performance of "La Grange". Next is their performance of "Gimme All Your Lovin'" on the 2007 VH-1 Rock Honors with a great interview! Next is their 2009 performance of "Just Got Paid" on VH-1 "Storytellers". Total running time is 2 hours. Picture quality varies slightly but it's all excellent!
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