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April 25, 1955

The Jimi Hendrix Experience played at London's Royal Albert Hall, an event which was filmed for a feature length movie "Experience." The movie itself was only ever screened once in public to a small audience in Berkley University, and has since vanished.

September 6, 1969

Johnny Cash at San Quentin was recorded live at San Quentin State Prison on February 24, 1969 and released as an album onJune 16 of that same year. The concert was filmed by Granada Television. Songs performed include Wreck of the Old 97 , I Walk the Line, San Quentin and A Boy Named Sue.

March 26, 1970

An intimate look at the Woodstock Music & Art Festival held in Bethel, NY in 1969, from preparation through cleanup, with historic access to insiders, blistering concert footage, and portraits of the concertgoers; negative and positive aspects are shown, from drug use by performers to naked fans sliding in the mud, from the collapse of the fences by the unexpected hordes to the surreal arrival of National Guard helicopters with food and medical assistance for the impromptu city of 500,000.

December 6, 1970

The landmark documentary about the tragically ill-fated Rolling Stones free concert at Altamont Speedway on December 6, 1969. Only four months earlier, Woodstock defined the Love Generation; now it lay in ruins on a desolate racetrack six miles outside of San Francisco.

Frank Sinatra: In Concert at the Royal Festival Hall was an CBS musical television special starring Frank Sinatra broadcast on February 4, 1971, of a concert given by Sinatra at London's Royal Festival Hall on November 16, 1970. The special was directed by Bill Miller, and produced by Harold Davison. Sinatra was introduced on stage by Grace Kelly. Kelly had starred alongside Sinatra in the 1956 film High Society, the last film she made before her marriage to Rainier III, Prince of Monaco. Sinatra had been follicularly challenged for many years, hence all the hats in publicity stills, album covers etc. TV directors were forbidden to photograph him from the back because of this. However, at this concert, Sinatra had completed a very successful hair transplant and deliberately turned his back on the main audience a couple of times to acknowledge the audience sitting backstage, along with running his hand over the back of his head to draw attention to his new coiffure.

This is the actual Broadcast Version of the concert. Aloha from Hawaii is a music concert that was headlined by Elvis Presley, and was broadcast live via satellite on January 14, 1973. The concert took place at the Honolulu International Center in Honolulu and aired in over 40 countries across Asia and Europe. Despite the satellite innovation, the United States did not air the concert until April 4, 1973. Viewing figures have been estimated at over 1 billion viewers world wide, although it has been debated whether these figures are accurate. The show was the most expensive entertainment special at the time, costing $2.5 million.

1. The Lady Is a Tramp (Studio segment) 2. Hello Hooray 3. Billion Dollar Babies 4. Elected 5. I'm Eighteen 6. Raped and Freezin' 7. No More Mr. Nice Guy 8. My Stars 9. Unfinished Sweet 10. Sick Things 11. Dead Babies 12. I Love the Dead 13. School's Out 14. Under My Wheels The original Rock'n' Roll spectacle. The groundbreaking tour. The five original members of Alice Cooper group captured live. The 1973 Billion Dollar Babies show was the first of its kind. No other band had ever brought a more expensive, elaborate theatrical production to the rock stage - and rarely has any since. Good To See You Again, Alice Cooper - the film made during the Billion Dollar Babies tour that combines stunning concert footage with an outrageous story and also features the band's acting debut.

The Bette Midler Show is a HBO Video special of one of Bette Midler's tours entitled 'The Depression Tour', The video is of her show at the Cleveland Music Hall during February 1976. the show features many of Bette's popular songs, such as "Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy", "Friends", "In The Mood", "Hello In There", and "Lullaby of Broadway" As well as dazzling the audience with her spontaneous wit with her 'Wonderful Sophie Tucker Jokes' and her special 'The Vicki Eydie Show'

A 1975 Alice Cooper concert hosted by Vincent Price, featuring Alice Cooper's trademark "horror" stage act and performances of some of his hit songs.

January 31, 1977

Genesis In Concert, filmed in 1976 during the band's tour supporting the album A Trick Of The Tail, was the first long-form concert video featuring Phil Collins as lead vocalist, taking over from Peter Gabriel who had left the previous year. Supplementing Collins at percussion during this tour was Yes & King Crimson drummer Bill Bruford, whom Collins was a fan of and who volunteered for the job until a permanent touring drummer could be found. The movie combines film of two shows: one at the Apollo Theatre in Glasgow, Scotland on July 9, 1976, and one at Bingley Hall in Staffordshire, England on July 10, 1976. Long out of print on VHS and laserdisc, the film resurfaced as an extra on the band's 2007 CD+DVD reissue of A Trick Of The Tail. Setlist: I Know What I Like (In Your Wardrobe) • Fly on a Windshield [abbreviated] • The Carpet Crawlers • The Cinema Show [abbreviated] • Entangled • Supper's Ready [excerpt] • Los Endos

"This video cassette contains a recording of a live performance by TG at Oundle School. The audience, apart one or two members of the staff, was composed completely of school boys between about 8 and 18. In addition to the single camera recording of the gig, certain visual information from the files of Industrial Records Ltd. has been included. Like the TG sound itself, the content and quality of this recording cannot and should not be compared with conventional commercial recordings."

The live in-studio recording of Throbbing Gristle's Heathen Earth, in February of 1980, in front of an invited audience at the studios of Industrial Records Ltd.

September 26, 1980

Divine Madness is a 1980 concert film directed by Michael Ritchie, and featuring Bette Midler during her 1979 concert at Pasadena's Civic Auditorium. The 94-minute film features Midler's stand-up comedy routines as well as 16 songs, including "Big Noise From Winnetka," "Paradise," "Shiver Me Timbers," "Fire Down Below," "Stay With Me," "My Mother’s Eyes," "Chapel of Love/Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy," "Do You Want to Dance," "You Can’t Always Get What You Want/I Shall Be Released", "The E-Street Shuffle/Summer (The First Time)/"Leader of the Pack" and "The Rose".

January 1, 1981

Recorded October 30th and 31st, 1980, at Radio City Music Hall in New York City, Dead Ahead showcases the recently reformed Grateful Dead lineup in acoustic and electric splendor.

November 7, 1981

Urgh! A Music War is a British film released in 1982 featuring performances by punk rock, new wave, and post-punk acts, filmed in 1980. Among the artists featured in the movie are Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark (OMD), Magazine, The Go-Go's, Toyah Willcox, The Fleshtones, Joan Jett & the Blackhearts, X, XTC, Devo, The Cramps, Oingo Boingo, Dead Kennedys, Gary Numan, Klaus Nomi, Wall of Voodoo, Pere Ubu, Steel Pulse, Surf Punks, 999, UB40, Echo & the Bunnymen and The Police. These were many of the most popular groups on the New Wave scene; in keeping with the spirit of the scene, the film also features several less famous acts, and one completely obscure group, Invisible Sex, in what appears to be their only public performance.

Live is a live video of Meat Loaf, recorded at the Wembley Arena in London, on April 29, 1982. According to a misprint on some versions, the songs "Paradise by the Dashboard Light" and "Read 'Em and Weep" were also performed, but neither song was ever released. Track listing[edit] 1."Bat Out of Hell" - 10:37 2."You Took the Words Right Out of My Mouth" - 5:59 3."Dead Ringer for Love" - 6:06 4."All Revved Up with No Place to Go" - 9:27 5."I'm Gonna Love Her for Both of Us" - 7:59 6."The Promised Land" - 6:21 7."Two Out of Three Ain't Bad" - 5:09 8."All Revved Up" (reprise) - 0:47 All tracks written by Jim Steinman, except "The Promised Land" by Chuck Berry

Two live titles by the hard rock band Rainbow. LIVE BETWEEN THE EYES was filmed live at the San Antonio Stadium, Texas, while THE FINAL CUT was recorded during the band's 1984 tour of Japan. Tracks on LIVE BETWEEN THE EYES include 'It Can't Happen Here', 'Smoke On The Water', and 'Stone Cold'. THE FINAL CUT features eleven tracks including 'Spotlight Kid', 'Difficult To Cure', 'Power', 'Since You've Been Gone', 'Stone Cold', 'Can't Let You Go' and 'Street Of Dreams

Throbbing Gristle performing live at the Kezar Pavillion in San Francisco, California on the evening of May 29th, 1981. This would be TG's last show until reforming in 2002.

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