Renaissance - Song of Scheherazade Review by Bill Knispel Only one thing has been missing over the years for devoted fans of Renaissance, that band combining rock and classical music more completely and seamlessly than almost any other band in progressive music…a video document of the classic band (Annie Haslam, Michael Dunford, John Tout, Terrence Sullivan and Jon Camp) live in concert.
Rush - R30 DVD/CD set Review by Greg Olma I can't believe it has been 30 years since Rush have unleashed their Canadian brand of Led Zeppelin influenced riffs. Where has the time gone? More
Rush - Exit...Stage Left DVD Review by Bruce Stringer Writing about this band is a labour of love. I grew up with Rush (not literally!) and learnt to play guitar by emulating Alex Lifeson's playing. More
Rush - Replay x 3 DVD Review by Greg Olma If you are a Rush fan, these last couple of years have brought you many visual documents of their live shows. This particular set goes back to a time when VHS tapes ruled the world. More
Rush - Rush In Rio DVD Review by Bruce Stringer After only one studio release between the 1998 triple live CD, Different Stages, and the Rush In Rio DVD and CD releases of recent months could this be the definitive moment to bring Rush back into the limelight in grand fashion? I believe so. More
Rush - Grace Under Pressure Live DVD Review by Bill Knispel Rush has done a more than decent job over the past few years in offering their rabid fanbase plenty of concert footage. For the potential audient unable to attend a show due to scheduling conflicts, DVD releases like Rush in Rio and R30 have done a great job of creating a "you are here" feel for the viewer, documenting the band’s more recent tours.