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Paco and John - Live at Montreux 1987 DVD
Review by Gary Hill
The “Paco” here is Paco de Lucia. The “John” is John McLaughlin.

Pain of Salvation - Be
Review by Josh Turner
This is one of the coolest music videos since Michael Jackson's Thriller. It's one of the best concepts since Queensryche's Operation: Mindcrime. Without hesitation, I'd put this in step with Pink Floyd's The Wall.
Carl Palmer - Decade: 10th Anniversary Celebrating the Music of Emerson Lake & Palmer DVD
Review by Gary Hill
I have to say that I truly respect Carl Palmer’s vision.

Paradise 9 - Live At Onboard the Craft Festival DVD
Review by Gary Hill
The video quality on this live DVD from Paradise 9 is very good.

Jaco Pastorius - Jaco the Film DVD
Review by Gary Hill
Jaco Pastorius is one of the most important bass players of all time. He’s certainly one of the most influential.

Pink Floyd - Pulse DVD
Review by Greg Olma

I can’t believe it has been 25 years since Pink Floyd last toured.  The album they were promoting at the time was The Division Bell but they were also, in a way, promoting The Dark Side of the Moon by playing that record in its entirety. 

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