Rare Music DVDs

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  • Ringo Starr and His All Starr Band – Legends In Concert

    $19.95

    Ringo Starr and His All Starr Band – Legends In Concert

    $19.95

    Ringo’s first All Starr band was one of his best. It truly was a group of All Starr Legends, including: Levon helm and Rick Danco from The Band, Joe Walsh from The James Gang and Eagles, Dr. John, Billy Preston, Jim Keltner and Ringo’s son Zac, who has been playing with The Who for the past 20 years.

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  • Ringo Starr’s 70th Birthday Bash – Radio City Music Hall – July 7, 2010

    $29.95

    Ringo Starr’s 70th Birthday Bash – Radio City Music Hall – July 7, 2010

    $29.95

    Sir Paul McCartney made a surprise appearance at Ringo Starr‘s concert at Radio City Music Hall, as part of the drummer’s 70th birthday celebration.

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  • Ringo TV Special – 1978

    $29.95

    Ringo TV Special – 1978

    $29.95

    This Ringo Starr special, Ringo, aired on American TV in 1978 and is pretty much what you’d expect it to be: unpretentious, silly and, well, Ringo-esque.

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  • Rolling Stones 50 & Counting – One More Shot Live

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    Rolling Stones 50 & Counting – One More Shot Live

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    50 & Counting was a concert tour by The Rolling Stones to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the band, which started in October 2012 (with two secret club gigs in Paris) and ended in July 2013 (with two major shows at Hyde Park). This is the 2nd show at The Prudential Center in Newark, new Jersey on December 15, 2012.

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  • Rolling Stones – Cocksucker Blues – 1972

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    Rolling Stones – Cocksucker Blues – 1972

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    This fly-on-the-wall documentary follows the Rolling Stones on their 1972 North American Tour, their first return to the States since the tragedy at Altamont. Because of the free-form nature of filming, Cocksucker Blues captured band members and entourage members taking part in events the Rolling Stones preferred not to publicize. It can only legally be screened with director Robert Frank in attendance. The title of the film is the same of that of a Rolling Stones song (aka Schoolboy Blues), which was written to complete the band’s contractual obligations to Decca Records and specifically to be unreleasable.

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  • Rush – Exit Stage Left

    $9.99

    Rush – Exit Stage Left

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    Rush – Exit Stage Left
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  • Social Distortion – CBGB, NYC ’92

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    Social Distortion – CBGB, NYC ’92

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    Here’s something to keep you entertained for an hour or more.  It’s a great quality video of an entire Social Distortion gig at the now closed, but still legendary CBGB’s all the way back in 1992!

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  • Son of Dracula

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    Son of Dracula

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    Son of Dracula was made during a period when Starr, in between occasional single releases and session work, was concentrating on film-making and acting.

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  • Sweet N Evil Live

    $19.99

    Sweet N Evil Live

    $19.99

    For the first time anywhere, you can get live, unedited and raw Sweet N Evil videos!
    Now you can experience the movement!

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  • The Beatles – First US Concert – Washington, DC – Feb. 11, 1964

    $19.95

    The Beatles – First US Concert – Washington, DC – Feb. 11, 1964

    $19.95

    Now, hear for yourself what “Beatlemania” really means.
    HERE THEY ARE!
    THE WORLD’S MOST POPULAR FOURSOME PERFORMING IN THEIR FIRST U.S. CONCERT!

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  • The Beatles at Shea – Original ABC -TV 35MM Broadcast

    $19.95

    The Beatles at Shea – Original ABC -TV 35MM Broadcast

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    35mm BROADCAST MASTER, Color Bars, Arthur Fiedler Introduction, Opening, I’m Down, Murray The K, The Discotheque Dancers, King Curtis Band, Brenda Holloway, Sound Incorporated, Back Stage, Ed Sullivan Intro, Twist and Shout, I Feel Fine, Dizzy Miss Lizzy, Ticket to Ride, Act Naturally, Can’t Buy Me Love, Baby’s in Black, Hard Day’s Night, Help!, I’m Down, ABC Logo – Invaders Promo

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  • The Beatles at the Hollywood Bowl

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    The Beatles at the Hollywood Bowl

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    Beatlemania was exploding in America in August 1964 as the Fabs embarked on their first proper U.S. concert tour. This stop, in Los Angeles for their Hollywood Bowl performances, was filmed by newsreel companies, local TV stations and others and is one of the best documented concert stops on their 1964 US tour.

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