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Glen Campbell - I’ll be Me DVD
Review by Gary Hill
This is probably the best music documentary I’ve ever seen. It is a music documentary, but really, it’s so much more.

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Glen Campbell - Live Anthology 1972-2001 DVD/CD set
Review by Gary Hill

I can't imagine a better tribute to the music of Glen Campbell. The man had so many hits and transcended so many musical styles.


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David Cassidy - I Think I Love You: Greatest Hits Live DVD
Review by Gary Hill

The extended instrumental introduction here includes everything from disco to Led Zeppelin, all delivered before David Cassidy hits the stage. This concert is from 2002.


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Circle of Dust - Full Circle: The Birth, Death & Rebirth of Circle of Dust DVD
Review by Gary Hill

I feel like I came into this DVD backwards. I am familiar with Celldweller.


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Eric Clapton - The 1970s Review DVD
Review by Gary Hill
In some ways the 1970s were Eric Clapton’s most productive, at least in terms of his solo career.

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Eric Clapton - Slowhand at 70 - Live at The Royal Albert Hall DVD/CD set
Review by Gary Hill
This set was filmed during Eric Clapton’s 70th birthday tour.

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Roger Clyne and the Peacemakers - Circus Mexicus XX Live DVD
Review by Gary Hill
I had never heard of these guys before.

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The Cockney Rejects - East End Babylon DVD
Review by Gary Hill
It seems like this issue I’m reviewing quite a few documentaries about bands I never heard of before.

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Albert Collins - Live At Rockpalast DVD/CD Set
Review by Gary Hill
I love it when DVDs include CDs of the audio. Here we get the DVD and a double CD set.

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Judy Collins - Love Letter To Sondheim DVD
Review by Gary Hill
In this concert Judy Collins paid special attention to the music of Stephen Sondheim through his songs and some words about those songs. She's backed up by a symphony orchestra.

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Phil Collins - A Life Less Ordinary DVD
Review by Gary Hill
This video is not perfect, and is not quite what I was expecting, but is pretty darn interesting. Indeed, I was thinking that I would find a lot of musical snippets and clips, and while there are some (from all phases of Phil's career, I might add), they are short and far and few between, but that is not the true purpose or beauty of this video.

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Alice Cooper - Brutally Live DVD
Review by Gary Hill
Recorded in London on July 19, 2000, this is a great record of Alice's Brutal Planet tour and a killer concert video to boot. The show begins with a warning from the robotic "controller" to get away while you have the chance.
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Alice Cooper - Super Duper Alice Cooper DVD
Review by Gary Hill
This was released to theaters a while ago. I wish I’d gone to see it then.

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Alice Cooper - Welcome To My Nightmare Special Edition DVD
Review by Gary Hill
I remember having the two features on this DVD as separate VHS tapes years ago. Those tapes are long gone, so to finally have this in my collection again is great.

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Cosmic Psychos - Blokes You Can Trust DVD
Review by Gary Hill
This is an unusual documentary about an unusual band. It’s told almost as more of a personal story and frankly, after watching it, you’ll feel like these guys are just plain “blokes you can trust.”

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Elvis Costello - Detour Live at Liverpool Philharmonic Hall DVD
Review by Gary Hill
Not everyone got to see Elvis Costello on this tour. I know I did not see him in person. A

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Crosby, Stills, Nash, & Young - Fifty by Four: Half a Century of CSNY DVD
Review by Gary Hill
I’ve always been a fan of Crosby, Stills and Nash, but I’ve also especially liked the stuff they’ve done with Neil Young.

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