Yes has released enough concert DVDs to fill a broom closet, and most of them offer the same basic experience: classic prog-rock performed skillfully, and faithfully to the original recordings.
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In a way, Stevie Nicks' '24 Karat Gold - Songs From the Vault' is the attic-cleaning job its title advertises.
For his first album in six years, Jackson Browne returns to a couple of places he's more than familiar with by now: political and personal landscapes.
Even though Status Quo are thought of as a one-hit-wonder in the U.S. for their 1968 single 'Pictures of Matchstick Men,' they're a rock-solid institution in their native England.
'Graz 1975' captures the Mark III Deep Purple lineup in one of its very last performances. However, this is hardly the sound of a band in its final hours.
Long before Jimi Hendrix's vaults were raided for every last burp and fart he committed to tape, 'The Cry of Love' and 'Rainbow Bridge,' both originally released in 1971, were the pinnacle of unreleased Hendrix recordings.
Like a couple of his Beatles bandmates, George Harrison didn't leap into his solo career banking on his instant legend.
With 17 songs clocking in at a whopping 77 minutes, Slash's new album is quite a lot to digest at once.
The big news surrounding U2's 13th album is its surprise attack.
Unlike so many of his contemporaries, who've held on to their glory days like they're the very lifelines keeping them alive, Robert Plant has managed to stay relevant by digging a deeper, more varied past.