Yes Like It Is Yes Live At The Mesa Arts Center

Yes: Like It Is - Yes Live At The Mesa Arts Center 2014 (2015) [BDRip, 1080p]

Yes: Like It Is - Yes Live At The Mesa Arts Center 2014 (2015)
MKV, AVC, 1920x1080 (16:9), 29.970 fps | PCM, 48.0 KHz, 2 ch, 2 304 Kbps
Progressive Rock | 01:25:10 | ~ 7.39 Gb

YES is one of the world s most influential, ground-breaking, and respected progressive rock bands. On August 12th 2014, YES performed two of their most popular and storied albums of their catalog in their entirety, all in one concert: Close to the Edge and Fragile at the Mesa Arts Center in Mesa, AZ. A must for all YES enthusiasts as well as a wonderful introduction to new fans of the band…
Yes: Like It Is - Yes Live At The Mesa Arts Center (2015)

Yes: Like It Is - Yes Live At The Mesa Arts Center (2015)
DVD5: NTSC 16:9 (720x480) VBR | Dolby AC3, 2 ch, 448 Kbps
Progressive Rock | Frontiers Records | 01:25:05 | ~ 4.42 Gb

YES is one of the world s most influential, ground-breaking, and respected progressive rock bands. On August 12th 2014, YES performed two of their most popular and storied albums of their catalog in their entirety, all in one concert: Close to the Edge and Fragile at the Mesa Arts Center in Mesa, AZ. A must for all YES enthusiasts as well as a wonderful introduction to new fans of the band…
Yes - Like It Is: Yes At The Mesa Arts Center (2015) Blu-ray

Yes - Like It Is: Yes At The Mesa Arts Center (2015)
Blu-ray | MPEG-4 AVC, 1920x1080i (16:9), 29,970 fps, 30000 kbps | LPCM 2.0, 48kHz/24-bit, 2304 kbps
Progressive Rock | 01:25:10 | ~ 21,2 Gb | RAR 5% Recovery

Like It Is: Yes at the Mesa Arts Center is a live album from the English progressive rock band Yes, released on CD and DVD, LP, and Blu-ray on July 3rd 2015 in Europe and on July 10th in America on Frontiers Records. It is a partial recording of the band's concert on 12 August 2014 at the Mesa Arts Center in Mesa, Arizona as a part of their 2014–15 Heaven & Earth Tour…
Yes - Like It Is: Yes at the Bristol Hippodrome (2014)

Yes - Like It Is: Yes at the Bristol Hippodrome (2014)
DVD5: NTSC 16:9 (720x480) VBR, Auto Letterboxed | Dolby AC3, 2 ch, 320 Kbps
Progressive Rock | Frontiers, FR CDVD 672 | Covers -> 4 Mb | ~ 4.50 Gb

In Spring 2014, iconic and Grammy-winning rock band, YES performed on their Canadian, UK and European tour a true classic rock double header by performing two of their most popular albums in their entirety, all in one concert: 1971s THE YES ALBUM, and 1977s GOING FOR THE ONE…
The Blues Band - Greenstuff: Live At The BBC 1982 [2001, Hux Records, HUX025]

The Blues Band - Greenstuff: Live At The BBC 1982 [2001, Hux Records, HUX025]
Pub-Blues/Blues-Rock | EAC Rip | WavPack + Cue + Log | MP3 CBR 320Kbps | 15 Tracks
Artwork Included | Hux Records | HUX025 | ~472 + 167 Mb | FSonic, FServe, Uploaded

Originally recorded in 1982 by the BBC for broadcast on Radio 1. Also included is a bonus track from 1981.

All but one of the 15 songs were recorded in concert for the BBC on December 8, 1982 (the one remaining track, a cover of Bob Dylan's "Maggie's Farm," was recorded on March 23, 1981 for a separate BBC broadcast). The Blues Band were, in limited respects, a big deal in Britain in this era: a blues-rock group with integrity and pedigree that had a reputation as an excellent live act. On this record, it must be said, they come across more like an above-average blues-rock bar band, one that happens to feature a singer (Paul Jones) who's much, much better than the typical bloke you'll see fronting a bunch of geezers doing Chess covers at the local pub…

Michael Brook - Live at the Aquarium: London Zoo 21 May 1992  Music

Posted by melloman at March 26, 2009
Michael Brook - Live at the Aquarium: London Zoo 21 May 1992

Michael Brook - Live at the Aquarium: London Zoo 21 May 1992
APE (Tracks), Log , No Cue | EAC + Monkey Audio | 180 MB | No Scans
Rock Ambient | Label: 4AD, 1992

Quote from the CD sleeve:

This live album was recorded at the press launch for the Cobalt Blue album at the Aquarium, London Zoo 21st. May 1992. It was taped by Brook with no intention of release it. But once all parties heard the recording, it was agreed that it deserved a far wider audience then the original gathering of media and friends.
All Music review:

Having an album release party in the London Zoo's Aquarium, where the emphasis would no doubt be on stillness, hush and the haunting beauty of the deep, just suits most 4AD label releases to begin with. Given that Brook is known for his mysterious, spare guitar work makes this record of the solo concert he gave there upon the appearance of Cobalt Blue all that more appropriate. Reproducing much of the content of that album but in a different running order, Aquarium consists solely of Brook, his guitar and preset synth/rhythm patterns. The result is quite fascinating; whether a listener thinks that the more stripped-down overall sound of the songs here works better as a result or prefers the generally lusher textures of the studio release must ultimately be up to individual judgment. What is beyond question is the skill Brook uses on his instrument, which, thankfully, never transforms into pointless showing off. Those used to his 'infinite guitar' sounds thanks to the likes of U2 might …well be surprised at the understated serenity of the performance. Even the most specifically Edge-sounding number, "Ultramarine," sounds more like a calm run-through of one of the Irish musician's pieces instead of a full-on rock-out. The medley of "After Image/Urbana" is an excellent all-around showcase. The first song consists of low E-bow-tinged guitar lines, quite relaxed and soothing all around, while the second is initially all down to just soft strums and a buried rhythm loop. When the song's main melody begins, Brook's performance is at once heartwrenching and soaring, then further supplemented by the increased rhythm punch from his keyboard set-up. If one standout has to be selected, the majestic version of "Lakbossa" is the clear winner. Brook's utterly compelling work is simply jawdropping, tender and as big as all outdoors at once. - Ned Raggett, All Music Guide

VA - News & The Blues: Telling It Like It Is (1990)  Music

Posted by popsakov at Sept. 30, 2016
VA - News & The Blues: Telling It Like It Is (1990)

VA - News & The Blues: Telling It Like It Is (1990)
EAC Rip | FLAC (Img) + Cue + Log ~ 181 Mb | MP3 CBR320 ~ 142 Mb
Scans (PNG, 300 dpi) ~ 84 Mb | RAR 5% Recovery
Blues, Roots | CBS Records #CBS 467249 2

Like any form of popular music, the blues has reflected the social conditions of the times, sometimes quite explicitly. News & the Blues offers 20 songs from the Columbia vaults from between 1927 and 1947. The Depression is reflected often, as expected, but there are also songs about natrual disasters, public figures like Joe Louis, World War II, and even the atomic bomb. Memphis Minnie and Bill Gaither even take the step of recording specific tributes to other blues singers (Ma Rainey and Leroy Carr respectively). Many of the performers are well-known – Bessie Smith, Mississippi John Hurt, Big Bill Broonzy, Charley Patton, Memphis Minnie, Bukka White…
The Allman Brothers Band - 40: 40th Anniversary Show Live At The Beacon Theatre (2014)

The Allman Brothers Band - 40: 40th Anniversary Show Live At The Beacon Theatre (2014)
DVD9 | VIDEO_TS | Video: NTSC 16:9 (720x480) | Audio: English (Dolby AC3, 2ch & 6ch) | 7.83 GB
DVD Untouched | RAR 3% Recovery | Total Time: 2h 32min
Peach Records Association | Southern Rock, Blues Rock

By 2009, the Allman Brothers Band had morphed into a line-up that consisted of Gregg, Jaimoe and Butch, guitarists Warren Haynes and Derek Trucks, bassist Oteil Burbridge and Marc Quinones on percussion. In tune with each other musically, philosophically and personally, these players were hitting on all cylinders as they prepared to mark the band s 40th anniversary with a no-holds-barred celebration during the group s annual stand at the historic Beacon Theatre in New York City. This rustic venue had become a favored spot for the ABB to play in Manhattan, in the tradition of the Fillmore East. This 15-show run was…

Robbie Williams - Live At The Albert [DVD9] (2001)  

Posted by thingska at Oct. 19, 2010
Robbie Williams - Live At The Albert [DVD9] (2001)

Robbie Williams - Live At The Albert [DVD9] (2001)
Pop, Concerts | DVD Video | DVD-9 | ~5.79 Gb | 01:13:25 | FileServe, Filesonic
MPEG2, PAL 16:9 (720x576) VBR ~7-9Mbps, 25.000 fps | (AC3, 224 Kbps, 2 ch), (AC3, 448 Kbps, 6 ch)

Recorded before the U.K. release of Swing While You're Winning, Robbie Williams's renditions of pop standards on Live at the Albert are at once delightful and disorienting. It's long been known that Williams is enamored of the Rat Pack, and here he lives out an illusion of being one of them. Clearly the jaunty singer is having a ball. The production is impeccable, the chorus girls are beautiful, his voice is in fine form–even his sweat-soaked, cuff-linked shirt hangs on him perfectly. But often Williams's trademark sarcasm and well-documented insecurities overshadow his love of the music. The strangest moment of the show occurs during an intermission, when MC Rupert Everett quizzes the audience on how much they love Robbie Williams. Although delivered with a wink, the stunt is most un-Rat Pack-like. The show as a whole seems like a surreal dream in which Robbie is at once working out his self-doubt and living his fantasy. And on a very conscious level, that is exactly what he is doing.

Deep Purple: Live at the California Jam 1974 (DVD)  

Posted by fredoking at Jan. 13, 2010
Deep Purple: Live at the California Jam 1974 (DVD)

Deep Purple: Live at the California Jam 1974
DVD5 | approx. 2h00min | MPEG2 | PAL | 720x576 | 4:3 | 25fps | Dolby Stereo, Dolby Surround 5.0, DTS 5.0 | 4.3GB

Deep Purple were the biggest selling album act in America when they embarked on a 28 date tour promoting their new album "Burn". The undoubted climax of this tour was headlining the California Jam Festival at Ontario Speedway in California, in front of 200,000 people. Their explosive set is presented here on DVD for the first time. The set-list includes tracks from "Burn", as well as classics like "Space Truckin" and "Smoke On The Water". As the show came to a close, Blackmore, angered by troubles backstage, took his revenge on one of the TV cameras, before exploding his amps and destroying several guitars. It made for a visually astonishing climax to the set, and almost got the band banned from playing live in America again. This fully restored edition contains a missing track, bonus camera angles, commentaries and many other bonus options.
Even with some production shortcomings, this DVD is still highly recommended. Live In California 74 documents one of the most explosive performances ever captured on film by the MKIII incarnation of this legendary band, and also provides some of the only footage available from this historic first California Jam Festival.