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Randy Bachman - Vinyl Tap Tour: Every Song Tells a Story DVD
Review by Gary Hill
I have to say upfront that I’m a much bigger fan of The Guess Who than of Bachman Turner Overdrive.

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The Beatles - From Liverpool to San Francisco DVD
Review by Gary Hill
This new DVD is a pretty interesting look into the history of arguably the most important band in the history of rock music. To begin with there is a documentary of the band covering their history from 1963 in Liverpool to the end of the band in 1970.
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The Bee Gees - One Night Only Blu-Ray
Review by Diane Hill
The Bee Gees One Night Only starts out with "You Should Be Dancing," which is a number guaranteed to get you moving and prepare you for the music ahead. 

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George Benson - Live At Montreux 1986 DVD
Review by Gary Hill
As part of the Live at Montreux series, this DVD of George Bensen's 1986 performance has just been released. Bensen is sort of a paradox.

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Big Country - Live at the Town and Country Club London DVD
Review by Gary Hill
Well, this is certainly a no-frills release. It’s almost the equivalent of a VHS tape.

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Black 47 - Fanatic Heart: The Story So Far of Black 47 DVD
Review by Gary Hill
I've been a big fan of Black 47 since their Fire of Freedom album. I've followed their career from that point all the way to the end of the band - and even beyond.
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Black Lips - Kids Like You & Me DVD
Review by Gary Hill
Sometimes life brings some serious synchronicity. 

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Black Stone Cherry - Thank You: Livin Live Birmingham UK October 30 DVD/CD Set
Review by Gary Hill
If you dig Black Stone Cherry, you should love this set.

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Black Uhuru - Live At Rockpalast - Essen 1981 DVD
Review by Gary Hill
You really can't go wrong with this outfit. I guess I mean Rockpalast, as well as Black Uhuru.

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Body Count - Smokeout DVD
Review by Gary Hill
I have to say upfront that I've always had a deep respect for Ice-T. The guy has a lot of talent and also seems to me to have a lot of integrity.
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Joe Bonamassa - Live At The Greek Theatre DVD
Review by Gary Hill
I previously reviewed the audio set of this concert. As good as that was (and it was very good), this is so much better.

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Joe Bonamassa - British Blues Invasion Live BluRay
Review by Gary Hill

After  a short bit of documentary that outlines the British blues movement of the 1960s we’re taken into the concert to continue. It is immediately apparent just how good Joe Bonamassa and his band are as they tear through the opening instrumental medley.


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The Boomtown Rats - Live Germany '78 DVD/CD
Review by Gary Hill
I had completely forgotten how raw and pure punk the Boomtown Rats were at first. This scorching hot concert really makes that fact clear.

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Charles Bradley - Live from the House of Soul DVD
Review by Gary Hill
Let’s get one thing out of the way, when you hear the words “live” in terms of a performance, you are likely to assume that it means the music was recorded while the band was performing for an audience.

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Jack Bruce - Rockpalast: The 50th Birthday Concerts DVD Set
Review by Gary Hill
It would be easy for a cynical person to assume that this was some hastily assembled set to cash in after the death of Jack Bruce.

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Solomon Burke - Live at Montreux 2006 DVD
Review by Gary Hill
I’ve reviewed the audio CD version of this separately in this issue of Music Street Journal.

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