Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Live!

// July 5th, 2013 // Bruce Springsteen, Music, Rock and Roll, U2, ZZ Top
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Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Live!

This 3 DVD set features rare, one-of-a-kind performances from the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremonies, filmed over the past 24 years. The biggest names in rock ‘n’ roll perform in intimate settings, jamming in combinations not seen anywhere else. Plus, the DVDs feature exclusive, anything-goes induction speeches by rock royalty, along with rare behind-the-scenes footage.

For nearly a quarter century, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame has honored music’s most influential figures at prestigious black-tie events where performers and audience alike let down their hair. Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame Live captures all the excitement of those ceremonies, from the wise and witty speeches, to the most incredible combinations of talent ever assembled on a single stage.

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2 Responses to “Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Live!”

  1. M. Shiner says:

    Worth the Price of Admission While Time Life is selling a 9 disc set, this 3 disc package gives you the best bang for your buck. Over 40 performances of once in a lifetime combinations of classic rock and roll artists. I think most everyone will find the track listing helpful:DVD 1[1] Mick Jagger Inducts The Beatles 1988Mick Jagger, Bruce Springsteen And The Rock Hall Jam Band (1988) I Saw Her Standing There[2] Cream Acceptance Speech 1993Cream (1993) Sunshine Of Your Love[3] Bruce Springsteen Inducts Roy Orbison 1987Roy Orbison With Bruce Springsteen And The Rock Hall Jam Band (1987) Oh, Pretty Woman[4] Creedence Clearwater Revival Acceptance Speech 1993John Fogerty & Friends (1993) Green River[5] Eddie Vedder Inducts The Doors 1993The Doors With Eddie Vedder (1993) Light My Fire[6] Tom Petty Inducts Buffalo Springfield 1997Crosby, Stills & Nash With Tom Petty (1997) For What It’s Worth[7] Phil Lesh And Mickey Hart Induct Jefferson Airplane 1996Jefferson Airplane (1996) Volunteers[8] Santana Acceptance Speech 1998Santana With Peter Green (1998) Black Magic Woman[9] Crosby, Stills & Nash Acceptance Speech 1997Crosby, Stills & Nash With James Taylor And Emmylou Harris (1997) Teach Your Children[10] Jackson Browne Acceptance Speech 2004Jackson Browne (2004) Running On Empty[11] Eric Clapton Inducts The Band 1994The Band With Eric Clapton (1994) The Weight[12] Bruce Springsteen Acceptance Speech 1999Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band (1999) The Promised Land[13] Olivia And Dhani Harrison Accept for George Harrison 2004Tom Petty, Jeff Lynne, Steve Winwood And Dhani Harrison (2004) Handle With Care[14] Tom Petty, Jeff Lynne, Steve Winwood, Dhani Harrison And Prince (2004) While My Guitar Gently Weeps[15] Paul McCartney Acceptance Speech 1999Paul McCartney And The Rock Hall Jam Band (1999) Let It BeBONUS MATERIALINDUCTION SPEECHES1) Paul McCartney Inducts John Lennon 19942) Bruce Springsteen Inducts Jackson Browne 20043) Elton John Inducts The Beach Boys 19884) Jann Wenner Inducts Sex Pistols 20065) Pete Townshend Inducts The Rolling Stones 1989DOCUMENTARY FOOTAGE1) John Fogerty, Robbie Robertson And Bruce Springsteen Rehearsal, 19932) Cream Rehearsal, 19933) Mickey Hart, Phil Lesh, Jorma Kaukonen, Jack Casady And Paul Kantner Backstage, 19964) Crosby, Stills & Nash Rehearsal And Backstage, 19975) The Band And Eric Clapton Rehearsal, 1994DVD 2[1] Jackson Browne And Melissa Etheridge (1995) Wake Up Little SusieThe Concert For The Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame[2] The Rolling Stones Acceptance Speech 1989Mick Jagger, Bruce Springsteen And The Rock Hall Jam Band (1988) (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction[3] Mick Jagger, Tina Turner And The Rock Hall Jam Band (1989) Honky Tonk Women[4] James Taylor (1997) Woodstock A Tribute To Joni Mitchell[5] James Taylor Inducts Crosby, Stills & Nash 1997Crosby, Stills & Nash (1997) Wooden Ships[6] R.E.M. Acceptance Speech 2007R.E.M. With Eddie Vedder (2007) Man On The Moon[7] Kid Rock Inducts Aerosmith 2001Aerosmith With Kid Rock (2001) Sweet Emotion[8] Keith Richards Inducts ZZ Top 2004ZZ Top (2004) La Grange[9] ZZ Top (2004) Tush[10] AC/DC Acceptance Speech 200AC/DC (2003) Highway To Hell[11] Flea Inducts Metallica 2009Metallica (2009) Master Of Puppets[12] Bono Inducts Bruce Springsteen 1999Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band (1999)Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out[13] Bruce Springsteen Inducts U2 2005U2 (2005) Pride (In The Name Of Love)[14] Neil Young Inducts The Jimi Hendrix Experience 1992Neil Young And The Rock Hall Jam Band (1992) All Along The Watchtower A Tribute To Jimi HendrixBONUS MATERIALINDUCTION SPEECHES1) Mick Jagger Inducts The Beatles 19882) Flea Inducts Metallica 20093) Keith Richards Inducts Leo Fender 19924) James Taylor Inducts Crosby, Stills & Nash 19975) Paul McCartney Inducts James Taylor 20006) Billy Joel Inducts The Righteous Brothers 2003DOCUMENTARY FOOTAGE1) James Taylor Rehearsal, 19972) Metallica Rehearsal, 2009DVD 3[1] The Who And The Rock Hall Jam Band (1990) Won’t Get Fooled Again[2] Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers Acceptance Speech 2002Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers (2002) American Girl[3] Kid Rock Inducts Lynyrd Skynyrd 2006Lynyrd Skynyrd (2006) Sweet Home Alabama[4] The Righteous Brothers Acceptance Speech 2003The Righteous Brothers (2003) You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin'[5] The Byrds Acceptance Speech 1991The Byrds With Glenn Frey And Jackson Browne (1991)Turn! Turn! Turn! (To Everything There Is A…

  2. Boy says:

    5 Stars for the Performances, but Beware of Glaring Omissions… The bottom line is that this 3-disc set is Rock and Roll Heaven for true fans of the form.Too many magic moments and balls-to-the-wall performances to mention them all, but suffice to say that there are no duds here. Off the top of my head, some major hi-lites include Santana’s blistering “Black Magic Woman,” Metallica’s epic “Master of Puppets,” U2 and Springsteen’s “I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For,” The Doors and Eddie Vedder’s mind-blowing “Light My Fire,” Prince’s over-the-top guitar solo during “While My Guitar Gently Weeps,” and… Well, it goes on and on.Also, let’s not forget the many memorable speeches, which range from the poignant (Paul McCartney’s “letter” to John Lennon), to the brilliant (Bono’s tribute to The Boss, and vice-a-versa), to the hilarious (Pete Townshend roasting the Rolling Stones), to the absurd (Mike Love’s scathing crack-up).So ROCK AND ROLL HALL OF FAME LIVE gets 5 stars for its content, but if I were grading this collection by what it lacks? Well that would be a different story.For instance:No Pink Floyd. Wow. Although their induction and performance of Wish You Were Here, with Smashing Pumpkins’ Billy Corgan, can be found on the band’s fantastic PULSE dvd.No Led Zeppelin. And even though Page does unleash a fierce solo during a group version of All Along the Watchtower, this is still an unforgivable omission.No Bob Dylan, except for a completely lame cameo.No David Bowie. Was he even inducted? Yeesh…No Police.No Talking Heads.You get the picture.Pretty outrageous stuff, especially when you consider the number of artists who needlessly appear multiple times, like Jagger, Springsteen, U2, Cream, CS&N, and others. All of whom are great, but I would have rathered see as many artists as possible represented.So if these exclusions bother you, then I understand. But if I’m going to judge this collection for what it is (as opposed to for what it isn’t), then it’s 5 stars all the way.

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