Madonna - Wild Angel DVD Review by Gary Hill I’m not sure how many of you out there know the way MSJ operates, but we don’t do negative reviews. That doesn’t mean that we right positive things about items we don’t believe in, thoug More
Madonna - An American Artist DVD Review by Gary Hill This might be the weakest DVD in this series – and not so much because of this product itself as due to the other material out there. Here’s the rub – this is an unauthorized documentary.
Buddy Miles - Changes DVD Review by Gary Hill This DVD features drummer (and as we see here, also guitarist and vocalist) Buddy Miles playing with a couple different bands in two concerts. More
Charles Mingus - Epitaph DVD Review by Gary Hill If you came aboard here to see Charles Mingus playing, you have gotten on the wrong train. This DVD is a live concert performance – and it is the heart and soul of Mingus.
I first got a glimpse of Willy DeVille’s world when I reviewed a copy of his then new DVD Live In The Lowlands. I also got to interview him for a more personal look and at that point I realized that he was a living, breathing embodiment of the songs that he puts out.
The Mission UK - Lighting the Candles DVD Review by Gary Hill Wow, this is some package! This is what I would call a "massive" set. The Mission - a spin off of Sisters of Mercy has just released this 2 DVD one CD set, and it's simply a lot of bang for the buck. More
Molly Hatchet - Live In Hamburg DVD Review by Mike Korn Here's a no-messin', no-frills DVD from a no-messin', no frills band. It seems hard to believe this is the first real DVD for the longtime Southern rockers, but so it is. More
Bill Monroe - Father of Bluegrass Music DVD Review by Gary Hill This documentary does a great job of bringing people into the world of bluegrass and more specifically into Bill Monroe’s world. It features more music than a lot of documentaries – and that’s a good thing. More
Mountain - Live in Paris DVD Review by Gary Hill When it comes to great 1970’s hard rock with its foot planted firmly in the blues, you just don’t get much better than Mountain. Well, here we have a new DVD featuring a concert the band played in Paris in 1985 – OK, let’s be more accurate, it’s compiled from two shows on two consecutive nights in the capital of France. More