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Blues - Released September 22, 2014 | Eagle Rock - Eagle Records

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Rock - Released January 1, 2014 | Eagle Rock - Eagle Records

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Pop/Rock - Released January 1, 2014 | Eagle Rock - Eagle Records

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Metal - Released January 1, 2014 | Eagle Rock - Eagle Records

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Rock - Released May 5, 2014 | Eagle Rock - Eagle Records

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Rock - Released September 22, 2014 | Eagle Rock - Eagle Records

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Rock - Released January 1, 2014 | Eagle Rock - Eagle Records

A wildly successful band in their own right, Toto helped shape the sound of pop music in the '70s and '80s not just with their own songs, but as studio musicians for Boz Scaggs, Steely Dan, and Michael Jackson. Celebrating their 35th anniversary, the band that served as the backbone for some of the smoothest pop hits of their heyday take Europe by storm on 35th Anniversary Tour: Live in Poland. Playing to a massive, standing-room-only crowd in Lodz, Poland, a lineup featuring Steve Lukather, Steve Porcaro, David Paich, and Joseph Williams takes to the stage to deliver a stellar performance to the band's ecstatic European fans. Featuring hits like "Africa," "Rosanna," and a rousing rendition of "Hold the Line," this live set does their old material justice, and is a great way for Toto diehards to catch a glimpse of this live set from the comfort of their living rooms. © Gregory Heaney /TiVo
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Rock - Released January 1, 2014 | Eagle Rock - Eagle Records

One of the great concept albums by one of the great prog rock acts, Thick as a Brick found Jethro Tull making a big splash with the monolithic, one-track juggernaut of an album. Revisiting that classic work, frontman Ian Anderson takes to the stage in Iceland, performing the album, as well as its 2011 sequel, Thick as a Brick 2, in front of a live crowd on Thick as a Brick: Live in Iceland. Performing both albums in their entirety, this live performance allows listeners to experience the sprawling tale of Gerald Bostock as one epic piece, making this an essential listen for fans of the legendary English band. © Gregory Heaney /TiVo
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Blues - Released January 1, 2014 | Eagle Rock - Eagle Records

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Pop/Rock - Released January 1, 2014 | Eagle Rock - Eagle Records

Songs from Tsongas: The 35th Anniversary Concert captures prog rock legends Yes performing a wide mix of 22 songs spanning their whole career, including "Sweet Dreams," "Mind Drive," Pts 1-3," and "Owner of a Lonely Heart," live at Tsongas Arena in Lowell, Massachusetts on May 15, 2004. Highlights of the show include Jon Anderson's vocal performance and the presence of Rick Wakeman on keyboards. The revered five-piece lineup for the night also included Steve Howe, Chris Squire, and Alan White, and was recorded during the final tour of the band in this configuration. © Marcy Donelson /TiVo
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Rock - Released January 1, 2014 | Eagle Rock - Eagle Records

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Metal - Released January 1, 2014 | Eagle Rock - Eagle Records

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Rock - Released September 29, 2014 | Eagle Rock - Eagle Records

The passing of Deep Purple keyboardist Jon Lord in 2012 was sad for the obvious reasons, but also because he was about to release a just finished re-imagining of his "Concerto for Group and Orchestra," a piece Deep Purple first played live at the Royal Albert Hall in 1969, and one that is often cited as the first true meeting of classical and rock. Lord was a big part of the heavy orchestral prog rock sound of Deep Purple, and he could rock when needed, or take center stage and play pretty as the soundtrack for a majestic autumn wind. He played with other bands as time went on, including Whitesnake, but in his later years he increasingly pursued his aspirations as a classical composer. Which brings us to this set, one of two volumes derived from a historic tribute concert held April 4, 2014 at Royal Albert Hall that marked the 45th anniversary of when Lord's "Concerto for Group and Orchestra" first debuted there. Surviving members of Deep Purple were on hand for the tribute, as well as Paul Weller, Whitesnake's Micky Moody, Iron Maiden's Bruce Dickinson, Yes keyboardist Rick Wakeman and many others, including the Orion Orchestra conducted by Paul Mann. The evening opened with a classical set from the orchestra (that portion of the night can be heard on Celebrating Jon Lord: The Composer, the second volume of this set), then went to a more rock-oriented second act, before concluding with a set by Deep Purple, complete with an all-star closing version of "Hush." The two rock portions of the evening are what we find here, including highlights from Paul Weller ("Things Get Better" and a fiery R&B take on "I Take What I Want") and Glenn Hughes (on the lovely, haunting, and orchestrated "This Time Around") and the bouncing, joyous, and huge-sounding 11-minute all-hands-in all-star jaunt through "Hush" to close it all out. It's both fun and reverent, and it helps show just how much vision Lord really had for a classical/rock fusion, and in retrospect, how Deep Purple personified that vision. © Steve Leggett /TiVo
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Jazz - Released January 1, 2013 | Eagle Rock - Eagle Records

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Metal - Released January 1, 2013 | Eagle Rock - Eagle Records

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Rock - Released January 1, 2013 | Eagle Rock - Eagle Records

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R&B - Released January 1, 2013 | Eagle Rock - Eagle Records

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Rock - Released November 9, 2004 | Eagle Rock - Eagle Records

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Jazz - Released January 1, 2013 | Eagle Rock - Eagle Records

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Blues - Released November 18, 2013 | Eagle Rock - Eagle Records