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Echolyn - Stars and Gardens Volume 4 DVD
Review by Gary Hill
I have an enormous amount of respect for this band. They are a dedicated and creative group with a devotion to their art.
Electric Light Orchestra - Out of the Blue - Live at Wembley DVD
Review by Gary Hill
I know a lot of people have slagged on Electric Light Orchestra for being too polished and too pop oriented.

Electric Light Orchestra - Jeff Lynne’s ELO: Live in Hyde Park BluRay
Review by Gary Hill
I’m a big fan of ELO. I have to admit that the super-star period of A New World Record and Out of the Blue is probably my favorite period of the band’s history.

Evanescence - Synthesis Live DVD/CD set
Review by Gary Hill

I have landed this under progressive rock. Let me just say that I didn't intend to put it there.

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