DVD Reviews

Stryper – Live At Java Rockin’ Land DVD Review

While this is solid and audio and video are surprisingly well done, I could not push the score up a bunch because we don’t get any special features added as bonus material, is just the concert itself and that’s it. For any fans of the band that just want to add a historical cataloged performance then you should pick it up.

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Ozzy Osbourne – Speak of the Devil DVD Review

you see here why Ozzy’s climb to prominence during the 80’s and the streak of hit records since the celebrated “Blizzard of Oz”. Hi’s affable connection with the fans is an obvious one as he puts every once of energy into this performance.

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Alter Bridge – Live at Wembley CD/DVD Review

This night was special because it was the biggest stage the band has ever been on, a crowd over 10,000 people was there on this night, and so was the camera crew with over 16 state of the art high definition cameras that capture some of the highest ever picture of any live concert I have seen, and I have seen quite a few.

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Santana – Live at Montreux 2011 DVD Review

This is a wonderful concert experience and Carlos Santana integrates his multiple blend of rock/fusion into the crowd with wonderful rhythm and class, wearing all white with his trademark top hat and his Gibson custom guitars all provide a beautification of his music through the years. A great treat in yet a long series of concert artists that have graced the stage in Geneva.

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Deep Purple & Orchestra: Live at Montreux 2011 DVD Review

It’s an excellent performance. The orchestra brings a very real energy to the music. The sound is good and, for the most part, the camera work and editing are well done. For some of the old timers rockers you may remember that during the early 70’s Deep Purple had already done one album with an orchestra – Jon Lord’s Concerto for Group and Orchestra.

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Royal Hunt – Future Coming from the Past DVD Review

The bulk of the matter here falls in the quality of the video not in the music because that by itself makes it a good purchase for loyal fans of the band. Similar to the Whitesnake Live at Donington 1990 DVD earlier this year that was a very popular bootleg from the 80’s…