A 1989 show finds The Rolling Stones enthusiastically performing many of their classic numbers. Plus, releases from three little-known but noteworthy artists.
Pink Floyd drummer Nick Mason comes out of retirement to deliver a live set of his old group’s early material. Also, Johnny Iguana and Rich Krueger.
Teddy Thompson comes back strong, plus a gem from Alan Lomax’s archives, new folk and R&B acts, and a film starring Elliott Murphy.
Bob Dylan’s 2003 film, which has just been reissued in high definition, is a mess, but you might nevertheless want to see it at least once. Also: an album of harmonious duets featuring Carla Olson.
An exceptional Tim Buckley concert surfaces and a Chuck Berry film comes to Blu-ray. Plus material from Elliott Murphy’s archives and a Gene Clark cult favorite.
The Rolling Stones dig into the vaults to offer an anniversary edition of the classic ‘Let It Bleed’ plus a concert from their 1998 world tour.