Ray Charles - In Concert With The Edmonton Symphony (2004) [DVDRip x264 AAC] 14 Tracks | Release: 2004 MKV | H264 3098kbps | 7680 x 576 23.98fps | AC3 448kbps | 0hr 47mn | 2.12 GB Genre: Music Video | Pop | Jazz
This January 27, 1981, Canadian concert from a 50-years-young Ray Charles was recorded with the Edmonton Symphony, also billed as the ITV Concert Orchestra when they were performing on the ITV television channel. The full band from Alberta became famous to pop fans a decade earlier when in 1971 they accompanied Procol Harum and had a big hit with a remake of Gary Brooker and company's "Conquistador" from that group's monster 1972 live release. With the ITV tag disguising them, the Edmonton Symphony got less acclaim for this marvelous effort than they did on the Procol Harum Top Five album. Originally issued in the VHS and laser disc formats by MCA in 1992, this material recorded at the Jubilee Auditorium was conducted by Sid Feller and makes the transition well to DVD. Though short only 11 titles long with an extended intro/overture the 47-plus minutes have such fine audio that you can take your eyes off the screen and hear a pretty tremendous on-stage recording by Ray.
Inside PINK FLOYD (1967-1974) [DVDRIP-MPEG-4] 9 Tracks | Release: 1967-1974 MP4 | H264 3098kbps | 720 x 480 23.98fps | AAC 448kbps | 1hr 2mn | 1.35 GB Genre: Music Video | Rock & Roll | Rock
This is the first comprehensive independent critical review of the work of Pink Floyd from 1967-1974 in concert, on record and on film. Using the actual words of the band and critics, Inside Pink Floyd is the definitive critical review of the music of Pink Floyd from Piper at the Gates of Dawn to Dark Side Of The Moon. It features rare unreleased film of concert performances from sound and television archives around the world including soundtrack material from rare television performances of material from Ummagumma, and a rare performance of Atom Heart Mother performed by the band alone never previously available on DVD.