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Santana - Santana IV - Live at the House of Blues Las Vegas DVD/CD Set
Review by Gary Hill
The original version of Santana was a powerhouse band. They broke up several decades ago.

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Michael Schenker - Michael Schenker's Temple of Rock - On a Mission: Live in Madrid DVD
Review by Greg Olma
It is no great secret that I am a Michael Schenker super fan but I can be critical of his output when I feel that he is not playing up to his potential.  

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Michael Schenker - Fest: Live Tokyo International Forum Hall A DVD
Review by Gary Hill
One could say that there are enough Michael Schenker live videos out there, why do we need another? Well, this one is really a chronicle of a special event, meaning that if some are extraneous, this is not.

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Tupac Shakur - Tupac Assassination: Battle for Compton DVD
Review by Gary Hill
Tupac Shakur's murder is one of those stories that has really grown into sort of a modern legend.

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Spinal Tap - This Is Spinal Tap DVD
Review by Gary Hill
I’ve always wanted to review this, and am now finally getting the chance to do so.

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Starry Eyed and Laughing - Live at Rockpalast 1976 DVD and CD set
Review by Gary Hill

I had never heard of this band before getting this set. They were a cool Americana group.


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Cat Stevens - Majikat DVD
Review by Gary Hill
When Cat Stevens, at the time a superstar, embraced Islam, he changed his name and left behind his music career and lifestyle. His 1976 Majikat tour had been filmed, but with his withdrawal the tapes were left on the shelf until now.
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Dave Stewart and Spiritual Beggars - Live at Rock Palast DVD
Review by Gary Hill
It's a safe bet that a lot of people only know about Dave Stewart from his time as one half of the Eurythmics. Don't expect this to sound like that.


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Joe Strummer - I Need A Dodge: Joe Strummer on the Run
Review by Gary Hill
If you come into this expecting a typical rock documentary, you are likely to be disappointed. Yet, in some ways, this is really so much more.

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