Jeff Lynne's reconstituted Electric Light Orchestra mixes the group's 1970s and '80s hits with material from its 2001 “Zoom” CD in a 19-song set, taped in May 2001. Highlights include “Do Ya,” “Evil Woman,” “All Over the World,” “Strange Magic,” “Livin' Thing,” “Telephone Line,” “Turn to Stone,” “Mr. Blue Sky,” “Down the Line,” “Can't Get It Out of My Mind,” “10538 Overture,” “Don't Bring Me Down” and “Roll Over Beethoven.”
Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers perform “You Wreck Me,” “Walls,” “Swingin',” “Mona” (with Bo Diddley), “Jammin' Me,” “Free Fallin',” “Runnin' Down a Dream,” “Free Girl Now,” “Even the Losers” and “Mary Jane's Last Dance.”
The Dave Matthews Band performs in a September 1999 concert. Included: “Rapunzel,” “#41,” “Crash into Me,” “Stay,” “Too Much,” “Warehouse,” “Granny” and “Don't Drink the Water.” Taped in East Rutherford, N.J.
"The Bob Dylan 30th Anniversary Celebration." Part 1 of a two-part concert includes John Mellencamp, Stevie Wonder, Neil Young, Lou Reed, Willie Nelson, Kris Kristofferson, Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash.
"The Bob Dylan 30th Anniversary Celebration" concludes with performances by Dylan, the Band, George Harrison, Tom Petty, Roger McGuinn, Mary-Chapin Carpenter, Rosanne Cash, Shawn Colvin. Songs include "It's Alright Ma, I'm Only Bleeding," "When I Paint My Masterpiece."
"Andrea Bocelli: Romanza in Concert" features a performance by the Italian tenor in Pisa, Italy. Songs include several cuts from his album "Romanza," including "Time To Say Goodbye," a duet with Sarah Brightman.
"Eric Clapton: Nothing but the Blues" profiles the singer, who performs in concert at San Francisco's Fillmore and discusses his major blues influences. Also: archival footage; comments from B.B. King, Buddy Guy and Jimmy Rogers. Music: "Forty Four," "It Hurts Me Too."
Country and R&B artists blend their styles to make an album. Pairings include George Jones and B.B. King, Natalie Cole and Reba McEntire, Patti LaBelle and Travis Tritt, Lyle Lovett and Al Green, and Clint Black and the Pointer Sisters.
An extended version of the John Fogerty Premonition concert originally taped in December 1997. Included: additional songs, among them "Green River," "Walking in a Hurricane" and "I Put a Spell on You." Taped in Burbank, Cal.
"Sting: Summoner's Travels" offers a look at the singer on his 1993 tour. Songs include "Epilogue (Nothing 'bout Me)," "If I Ever Lose My Faith in You," "Seven Days," "Fields of Gold," "Synchronicity."
"Fleetwood Mac: The Dance" features additional footage from the Grammy-winning quintet's concert that was taped for cable in May 1997. Selections include "Dreams," "Gold Dust Woman," "Little Demon," "Gypsy," "Over My Head" and "You Make Lovin' Fun."
Part 2 of "The Bob Dylan 30th Anniversary Celebration" includes Neil Young, Lou Reed, Willie Nelson, Kris Kristofferson, Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash, Pearl Jam's Eddie Vedder and Mike McCready, Tracy Chapman, Sophie B. Hawkins and Sinead O'Connor.
Part 3 of "The Bob Dylan 30th Anniversary Celebration" features Eric Clapton, Richie Havens, Chrissie Hynde, Ron Wood, the O'Jays, Nanci Griffith and Carolyn Hester. Included: "Love Minus Zero/No Limit," "Just like a Woman," "I Shall Be Released."
“The Who: Thirty Years of Maximum R&B” traces the band's career through rare concert footage and interviews with group members Roger Daltrey, Pete Townshend, John Entwistle and Kenney Jones. Also: comments from Keith Richards, Eric Clapton, Bryan Adams.
"Harry Connick Jr.: Romance in Paris" features the singer in a Paris concert. Between songs, Connick discusses his love for the city and his desire to "celebrate love with music" there. Songs include "Let's Just Kiss," "Jill," "To See You," "It Had To Be You."
Bonnie Raitt in concert in Oakland, joined by Bryan Adams, Jackson Browne, Bruce Hornsby and blues singers Ruth Brown and Charles Brown. Songs include "Thing Called Love," "Something to Talk About," "I Can't Make You Love Me."
"The Bob Dylan 30th Anniversary Celebration," includes performances by Dylan, Eric Clapton, Neil Young, George Harrison, John Mellencamp, Stevie Wonder, Willie Nelson, Kris Kristofferson, Chrissy Hynde, Richie Havens, Tracy Chapman, Roger McGuinn.
"Elton John Live!" a 1992 Barcelona concert that includes "The One," "Tiny Dancer," "Don't Let the Sun Go Down on Me," "Daniel," "Saturday Night's Alright for Fighting." Also: John comments on his career; and his partnership with lyricist Bernie Taupin.
"The Bob Dylan 30th Anniversary Celebration," a four-part presentation of a 1992 concert, opens with John Mellencamp, Stevie Wonder, the Clancy Brothers with Tommy Makem and Robbie O'Connell, Booker T. and the MGs, and Johnny Winter.
"The Doobie Brothers Rockin' down the Highway" chronicles the 1996 American tour in celebration of 25 years together. The hour features interviews and performances. Included: "Dangerous," "China Grove," "Slow Burn," "Black Water" and "Jesus Is Just Alright."