THE ROLLING STONES FROM THE VAULT: THE MARQUEE - LIVE IN 1971
2015, Eagle Rock Entertainment, 65 min,

The Rolling Stones capped their 1971 U.K. tour with a stop at London’s legendary Marquee Club for a concert filmed for American television. The performance includes several songs from the yet-to-be-released Sticky Fingers, the first full album with guitarist Mick Taylor, and shows “the world’s greatest rock ‘n’ roll band” in peak form.


CREAM'S FAREWELL CONCERT
1969, Kino Lorber, 50 min, USA/UK, Dir: Sandy Oliveri, Tony Palmer

In November 1968, Cream bade their fans an epic farewell at London’s Royal Albert Hall; this rarely screened TV documentary about the concert features Eric Clapton (guitar), Jack Bruce (bass) and Ginger Baker (drums) playing such Cream classics as “Sunshine of Your Love” and “Spoonful,” along with interviews and period visual effects.


HARDCORE DEVO LIVE!
2015, MVD Entertainment Group, 85 min, USA, Dir: Keirda Bahruth

DEVO was among the most thought-provoking bands to emerge in the aftermath of punk, but before hits like “Whip It,” DEVO worked in the basements and garages of Akron, Ohio, to make raw, unfiltered music that the group called “Hardcore DEVO.” In the summer of 2014, DEVO did 10 shows performing these seminal pre-fame songs, created between 1974 and 1977 and rarely played since then. Shot at the Fox Theater in Oakland, California, this exciting concert film captures these groundbreaking artists performing the songs that started it all, interwoven with interviews revealing the history of the band.


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