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Bryan Adams - Wembley Live 1996 DVD
Review by G. W. Hill
Considering that this concert was twenty years ago, great audio and video quality are not a given. Fortunately, this is really quite good in both departments.

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Trace Adkins - Live Country DVD
Review by Gary Hill
If you are a fan of Trace Adkins, or just love country music, this is highly recommended.

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Air Supply - Live in Hong Kong DVD
Review by Gary Hill
Did you know that Air Supply is still around? I didn’t. I mean, they were a big deal in the very beginning of the 1980s, but seemed to fall off the radar after that.

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Alabama - & Friends - At the Ryman DVD
Review by Gary Hill
This is a great concert. There’s no question there. 

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Duane Allman - Song Of The South: Duane Allman And The Rise Of The Allman Brothers DVD
Review by Gary Hill
This is very classy. Duane Allman died young, and really at the time when his career was truly starting to gel.

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Aswad - Live At Rockpalast: Cologne 1980 DVD
Review by G. W. Hill
These guys are considered one of the most successful reggae acts from the UK. Here in the states, though, they are more or less unknown.

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Average White Band - Live At Montreux 1977 DVD
Review by Gary Hill
I've always had a soft spot in my heart for funk, and therefore Average White Band. This Scottish outfit had a killer funky sound and always managed to entertain. This DVD captures their 1977 appearance at the Montreux Jazz Festival.
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