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Eric Gales - Night on the Sunset Strip DVD/CD Set
Review by Gary Hill
I really wasn't sure if I should do this as a DVD review or CD one. Ultimately I chose to go with the video.

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Garbage - One Mile High...Live DVD
Review by Gary Hill
I’ve liked Garbage from their first album. So, I was quite interested in seeing this live DVD.

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Lowell George - Feats First: The Life and Music of Lowell George DVD
Review by Gary Hill
This is a fascinating, but not perfect, documentary chronicling the life and times of the late great Lowell George.

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The Gourds - All the Labor: The Story of the Gourds DVD
Review by Gary Hill
The title here is appropriate because watching this documentary it’s obvious these guys work hard.

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Green Day - Suburbia Bomb DVD
Review by Josh Turner
It's like a Michael Moore movie without the politics. It's like "Super Size Me" without the food.
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Al Green - Gospel According To Al Green DVD
Review by Gary Hill
Al Green got his start as a soul singer. He had quite a career of it, too.

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CeeLo Green - Loberace Live in Vegas BluRay
Review by Gary Hill
CeeLo Green is an entertainer. It’s important to keep that in mind when watching this.

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Peter Green - Man of the World: The Peter Green Story DVD
Review by Gary Hill
When you ask a lot of people about Fleetwood Mac, they only know about the modern era with Stevie Nicks and Christine McVie.

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JJ Grey & Mofro - Brighter Days DVD
Review by Gary Hill
Do you remember the days of the concert film?

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