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Joe Louis Walker - Live in Istanbul DVD
Review by Gary Hill
If you dig your blues with jazzy horns and cool organ, this is for you.

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Joe Louis Walker - Viva Las Vegas Live DVD/CD set
Review by Gary Hill

This live performance from Joe Louis Walker is purely on fire. The man can play some seriously mean guitar, but the vocals are great, too.


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Muddy Waters - Live at Rockpalast DVD/CD set
Review by Gary Hill

This is one heck of a cool set. It includes a performance of Muddy Waters and his band from 1978 on the first DVD and CD. The second DVD and CD is a show from 1996 of the Muddy Waters tribute band (consisting of members of Waters' band).


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The Who - Live At The Isle of Wight DVD
Review by Gary Hill
As someone who has always been sort of a periphery fan of The Who, this video is truly an interesting rock and roll document. I had seen little live footage of the band, and watching this brings a lot of revelations.
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The Who - Sensation - The Story of The Who's Tommy DVD
Review by Gary Hill
Until seeing this I didn’t realize that Tommy was the Who’s breakout album.

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The Who - Live at The Isle of Wight Festival 2004 BluRay
Review by Gary Hill
This was the Who's triumphant return to the Isle of Wight Festival. Their last appearance had been in 1970.

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Johnny Winter - with Dr. John - Live in Sweden 1987 DVD
Review by Gary Hill
Starting on the tour bus, this live set has a decent amount of behind the scenes stuff at the beginning.

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