America - Live in Central Park 1979 DVD Review by Gary Hill Having seen America live I can tell you that they are an interesting animal in the concert setting. It's amazing how they can take laid back soft rock songs and use them to create an invigorating and powerful concert experience.
Tori Amos - Live at Montreux 1991 - 1992 DVD Review by Gary Hill I’ve always been a huge fan of Tori Amos from the day I first heard her when her debut disc was released. There is something about both her lyrical and musical presentation that is both beautiful and jarring, catchy and quirky. More
Carmine & Vinnie Appice - Drum Wars: The Ultimate Battle DVD Review by Gary Hill The premise is interesting. Two brothers, both legends of the rock world (think Vanilla Fudge, Black Sabbath and more), both drummers, put together a show down to see which of them is the ultimate drummer. Let’s just say one thing right out front – both of these guys are incredible and I know you’ve heard their work on lots and lots of music, even if you might not know the names off hand.
April Wine - Live in London DVD Review by Gary Hill I don’t know what it was about April Wine, but I always really liked this band. Admittedly some of their music was just plain arena pop rock – and a bit generic at times
Average White Band - Live At Montreux 1977 DVD Review by Gary Hill I've always had a soft spot in my heart for funk, and therefore Average White Band. This Scottish outfit had a killer funky sound and always managed to entertain. This DVD captures their 1977 appearance at the Montreux Jazz Festival. More