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L.A.M.F. - Live At Bowery Electric DVD
Review by Gary Hill

Walter Lure is the only surviving member of Johnny Thunders and the Heartbreakers. L.A.M.F. takes its name from the title of their 1977 album.


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L7 - Pretend We're Dead DVD and BluRay set
Review by Gary Hill

You really get a lot with this video package.

L7 were (and still are) in many ways the classic example of a band that didn't fit into any molds. I suppose by definition they were alternative rock, but their sound was packed with metal, punk, pop and a lot more. The footage here will really give you quite an in-depth look at the band, their history and more. I can't recommend this one enough for both the casual and hardcore fans. It's great.


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Lady Antebellum - Live on this Winter’s Night BluRay
Review by Gary Hill
I think our household now has a new holiday classic that we’ll be adding to the mandatory December viewing list.

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Lady Antebellum - Wheels Up Tour BluRay
Review by Gary Hill
Lady Antebellum is a great act. They are part country and part pop rock.

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k.d. lang - Ingenue Redux: Live from The Majestic Theatre Blu-Ray
Review by Gary Hill

The performance captured in this DVD was a celebration of k.d. lang's Ingenue album. The show included the album in its entirety along with some other selections from her catalog.


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John Lennon - Imagine & Gimme Some Truth DVD
Review by Gary Hill

This brand new DVD is a very cool thing. It includes two features along with some bonus material. Both of these features on their own would be great.


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Level 42 - Live At London's Town & Country Club DVD
Review by Gary Hill
This 1992 concert really shows the amount of talent encompassed by the act called “Level 42.”

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Lynyrd Skynyrd - Gone with the Wind DVD
Review by Gary Hill
This is basically an unauthorized biography as it includes only participation from three former members of Lynyrd Skynyrd (Bob Burns, Artimus Pyle and Ed King) along with some members of management and the record label staff.

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