PETER GABRIEL: NEW BLOOD LIVE IN LONDON
2013, SpectiCast, 162 min, UK, Dir: Blue Leach

This concert captures the hitmaker at London’s Hammersmith Apollo theater in March 2011, debuting music from New Blood, an album of orchestral rearrangements of songs spanning his solo career. With a 46-piece orchestra behind him, Gabriel brilliantly reinvents some of his greatest songs, including “In Your Eyes,” “Red Rain” and “Don’t Give Up” (plus selections from his Scratch My Back covers album). Peter Gabriel’s flare for the theatrical goes back to his days fronting Genesis, and the stunning staging and visuals of this performance are greatly enhanced by its high-definition 3-D camera work.


LED ZEPPELIN - CELEBRATION DAY
2012, Omniverse Vision, 124 min, UK, Dir: Dick Carruthers

In December 2007, the surviving members of legendary rock group Led Zeppelin - John Paul Jones, Jimmy Page and Robert Plant - reunited in honor of their old friend Ahmet Ertegun, the founder of Atlantic Records. Joined by Jason Bonham (son of their late drummer, John Bonham), the band burned through a historic 16-song set at London's O2 Arena in front of the 18,000 fans lucky enough to have won the ticket lottery (20 million people applied). This concert film documents the historic concert, with songs including "Rock and Roll," "Kashmir" and "Stairway to Heaven" in ear-shattering surround sound.


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