Monday, April 30, 2018

Sights & Sounds: Specials, Scores, Musicals and More

Fans of one-of-a-kind specials, soundtracks and cinematic-related scores should check out several great new commercial titles available now. 

Title: Rock and Roll Hall of Fame: In Concert (Time Life)
You might like if you enjoy: The Beatles, classic rock, soul, alt-country
Tell me more: It's hard not to be blown away watching the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame: In Concert, a release available on Blu-ray and DVD featuring the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction speeches and performances from 2014-2017. With 674 minutes of content, there are guaranteed thrills for everyone along the way. Among this music lover's highlights among the 53 (!) performances was Peter Gabriel's powerful "Digging in the Dirt," Carrie Underwood singing the Michael Nesmith-penned "Different Drum" in tribute to Linda Ronstadt, Joan Jett & the Blackhearts performing "Crimson and Clover" and being joined by the song's composer Tommy James along with Dave Grohl and Miley Cyrus, and Beck adding an anthemic quality to the late Lou Reed's "Satellite of Love" with the help of a few friends (Roger Joseph Manning Jr., Nate Ruess, Jason Falkner and Paul Shaffer & the Hall of Fame Orchestra). The entire section featuring Ringo Starr's Award for Musical Excellence is terrific, with both Paul McCartney and Starr shedding insight and humor into the Fab Four's beginnings and subsequent performances of "Boys" (with Starr joined by Green Day), "It Don't Come Easy" (featuring Joe Walsh on 12-string guitar, you can watch the performance of "It Don't Come Easy" via this link)) and the rousing finale with Starr, McCartney, Walsh, Beck and others joining forces. Among the standout performances at 2016's ceremony that shine are Deep Purple blazing through the classic "Highway Star" and Cheap Trick's full original lineup teaming up for a jubilant rocking set ("I Want You To Want Me," "Dream Police," "Surrender" and "Ain't That a Shame"). You can watch the performance of of "I Wan't You To Want Me" via this link). The 2017 ceremony led off with a outstanding sets from ELO; other strong sets came courtesy of Joan Baez, Yes and Pearl Jam. Information:

Title: Jesus Christ Superstar Live in Concert  - Original Soundtrack of the NBC Television Event (Masterworks Broadway)
You might like if you enjoy: The music of Andrew Lloyd Webber
Tell me more: The airing of Jesus Christ Superstar Live in Concert on NBC-TV on April 1, 2018 (Easter Sunday) drew an estimated 10 million viewers and reintroduced the power of the enduring rock opera created by lyricist Tim Rice and composer Andrew Lloyd Webber in the early 1970s. The live TV musical is now available as a 2CD audio set and will please fans of those who caught the special earlier this month. Soul singer John Legend (a 10-time Grammy winner) is featured as Jesus Christ and the rest of the cast is just as strong, notably Sara Barelles (Mary Magdalene), Alice Cooper (King Herod), Brandon Victor Dixon (Judas) and Jason Tam (Peter). Other members of the cast include Ben Daniels (Pontius Pilate), Norm Lewis (Caiaphas), Jin Ha (Annas) and Swedish rock star Erik Grönwall (Simon Zealotes). Legend's vocals are up to the task for the wide range of emotions he conveys in the demanding role of Jesus, notably on the foreboding "Gethsemane (I Only Wanted to Say)" and "The Last Supper" as well as on the tragic "The Arrest" and "The Crucifixion." Among the strong performances featuring Barelles are  "Everything's Alright" and the tender "I Don't Know How to Love Him." Another standout on the recording is "King Herod's Song," a zealous turn from Cooper. Dixon and the ensemble of singers' voices soar on the gospel-styled "Superstar." Information:

Title: Orphan Black: The DNA Sampler - Music From The Television Series (Varèse Sarabande Records)
You might like if you enjoy: The music featured on the TV series "Orphan Black"
Tell me more: Those who love to be challenged by a mix of modern, vintage and indie music styles will love the vibe and mix of material on Orphan Black: The DNA Sampler - Music From The Television Series. While nothing on the set sounds decidedly similar to anything else, isn't that what makes going to Coachella or listening to independent radio so fun? After the lush introduction via the wistful theme from the series (performed by Two Fingers), there is the edgy electro-dance "Bodyline" from Peaches and urban-styled "Smash It Up" from The (International) Noise Conspiracy to lead things off. The Belle Game's dreamy "Blame Fiction" and a sassy cover of "These Boots Are Made For Walkin', the latter performed in German, are other early highlights. Among the other far-flung favorites positioned on the collection is the melancholy-drenched "Farewell (Tavern in the Town) performed by Self-Titled Studios featuring Mary Margaret O'Hara and the punkish "Go" from Grimes. Information:

Title: Nostalgia: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
You might like if you enjoy: The music of composer Laurent Eyquem, James Newton Howard
Tell me more: Beautiful and immersed in luxurious moodscapes, Nostalgia: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack has a beautiful and moving flow that spans the entire 11-track disc. Produced by composer Laurent Eyquem and featuring his own affecting performances on the piano, the score is simply sumptuous. The score is also bolstered by the cello of Erich Kory and solo trumpet of Ron Di Lauro. Information:

Title: I Kill Giants: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
You might like if you enjoy: John Williams
Tell me more:  Composer Laurent Perez Del Mar's score for I Kill Giants works within or apart from the companion fantasy film directed by Anders Walter. The sweeping "The Forest," tender "Karen" and evocative "Thousand Times" are particularly stirring. "Fight the Forest Giant" recalls some of composer Howard Shore's dynamic work for the "Lord of the Rings" films. In addition to Del Mar's great instrumental score, the textured song "Under the Stars" (performed by London Grammar) and enticing "Something So Strong" (courtesy of Rasmus Walter) further enhance the 17-track collection. Information:

Robert Kinsler

OHANA Festival line-up announced

Wow! The just-announced line-up for the 2018 OHANA festival sounds amazing; Eddie Vedder, Mumford & Sons, Beck, Amos Lee, Johnny Marr, John Doe, Bahamas, Switchfood...What a terrific lineup!


Pictured (left to right): Eddie Vedder and Kelly Slater
OHANA FESTIVAL will once again return to beautiful Doheny State Beach in Dana Point, CA for a third year this September with performances from Eric Church, Eddie Vedder, Mumford & Sons, Beck, Norah Jones, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Amos Lee, Liz Phair and many others (full line-up below). The acclaimed three-day festival--set for Friday, September 28, Saturday, September 29 and Sunday, September 30--celebrates some of the top singers, songwriters and musicians, taking place just steps away from the sands of one of Southern California's most iconic beaches.

After a successful launch in 2016 OHANA returned in 2017 as an expanded three-day event with more than 35,000 attendees. In the "Ohana" tradition of family, the grassy festival site is dotted with blankets and fans enjoying a weekend of music, food and activities.

The initial 2018 OHANA line-up is as follows: Eric Church, Eddie Vedder, Mumford & Sons, Norah Jones, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Amos Lee, Liz Phair, Young the Giant, Nikki Lane, Bahamas, Switchfoot w/ Rob Machado, John Doe Folk Trio, Plague Vendor, Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness, Hiss Golden Messenger, The White Buffalo, NoMBe, Fantastic Negrito, The War + Treaty, Lauren Ruth Ward, Allan Rayman, Dave Hause, Nick Hakim, Kevin Devine, Billy Raffoul, Timmy Curran, Lilly Hiatt, The Palms, Desure, The Alive.
Here's some media feedback on OHANA 2017:
"...a unique concert with a salty-air twist...Ohana, which translates to "family" in Hawaiian, is more than just about music. The event serves as a fundraiser for ocean-minded nonprofits, including the Wyland Foundation, the Ocean Institute, the San Onofre Parks Foundation and Doheny State Beach Interpretive Association."
--OC REGISTER, 9-9-2017
"It's location at the idyllic Doheny State Beach makes it easy to go for a surf in the morning, and take in tunes in the afternoon."
--OC WEEKLY, 9-11-2017
"Ohana Fest, the three-day music festival organized by Eddie Vedder and his pro surfing buddy Kelly Slater, returned to Dana Point, California's Doheny State Beach for its second year yesterday. Last year, Vedder was everywhere at the fest, performing with Elvis Costello, X, Jack Irons, Band Of Horses, and more, and it seems like he's making it his mission to play with everyone at this year's fest too."
--STEREOGUM, 9-9-2017
"This past weekend, Pearl Jam frontman Eddie Vedder headlined the Ohana Fest in Dana Point, California's Doheny State Beach. It was the second year of the festival, which Vedder and pro surfer Kelly Slater organized, and it looks like it was a good time."
--STEREOGUM, 9-12-2017
"Eddie Vedder has played a big role in the emergence of the Ohana Festival on the music scene, so it's fitting that he was popping up all over the place this weekend."
--LOUDWIRE, 9-10-2017
"Set up on a stretch of pristine California beach and state park grounds, with an eclectic line-up of friends, admired artists, and buzz-making newcomers all curated by Pearl Jam front man Eddie Vedder, the three-day event was an even more expanded version from its previous year's debut. The laid back vibe of what is turning out to be the summer's best music festival, included an abundance of various food trucks, drink options and family friendly activities including an on-site video arcade, various interactive games, food tastings and a row of hammocks that if you were lucky enough to score you could swing on and soak up the sun and sweet ocean air."
--CIVILIZED, 9-13-2017
"The Ohana Festival, curated by Pearl Jam's Eddie Vedder, was another massive success in its second year of existence. Thousands of music fans flocked to Doheny State Beach in Dana Point, California for the three-day festival which featured the likes of The Pixies, Eddie Vedder, Social Distortion, Haim, and Jack Johnson. The festival produced some impressive collaborations between Vedder and many of the other headlining bands, with Apple joining Vedder during his headlining set on the second day of the festival to perform the Neil Young classic "Rockin' in the Free World."
--MXDWN, 9-13-2017
Tickets for OHANA go on sale Friday, May 4 at 10:00 AM (PT) Single day GA passes start at $99.75, weekend GA passes are $275, single day VIP passes are $499.00, and VIP weekend passes are $1,200, all prices are + fees. A portion of the proceeds from OHANA will benefit the San Onofre Parks Foundation, a California non-profit that cooperatively works with the California State Parks to develop, preserve and enhance the recreation and experience of California's unique and beautiful coastal parks.  OHANA is produced by Live Nation.
Snapchat: TheOhanaFest

About Live Nation Entertainment: Live Nation Entertainment (NYSE: LYV) is the world's leading live entertainment company comprised of global market leaders: Ticketmaster, Live Nation Concerts, Live Nation Media & Sponsorship and Artist Nation Management. 

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Sunday, April 29, 2018

Dawes set to return with new album 'Passwords' on June 22, 2018

Media release....




"Taylor Goldsmith, Dawes' songwriter and singer, deploys vocabulary with precision..."
-The New York Times

"Is Dawes America's greatest rock and roll band… at least in the under-40 division? There's a case to be made for it..."
Dawes / Photo Credit: Magdalena Wosinska
On June 22nd, Dawes will release Passwords, the group’s sixth studio album, and fourth on their own HUB Records. Passwords is an album for and about the modern age: the relationships that fill it, the politics that divide it, and the small victories and big losses that give it shape. "We're living in such a unique moment in history,” says lead singer and songwriter Taylor Goldsmith, “Many of these songs are an attempt to come to terms with the modern world, while always trying to consider both sides of the story."

Dawes will debut the album’s first single, “Living In the Future,” on May 10th and you can watch the album trailer for Passwords here. Pre-order the album on all formats here and directly from the band here.

In the decade since Dawes emerged from Southern California, the band, consisting of guitarist/singer Taylor Goldsmith, drummer Griffin Goldsmith, bassist Wylie Gelber, and keyboardist Lee Pardini, has evolved and electrified and grown into a forward-thinking band for the 21st century. The result is Passwords, a warm, lived-in album that spotlights Dawes’s strength as a live act while also staying rooted in studio craft and consideration. The album bounces between the familiar territory of guitar-driven indie rock (the anthemic, atmospheric "Living In The Future"); SoCal soul ("My Greatest Invention"); and modern folk ("I Can't Love," "Stay Down"), but also embraces a spacier, experimental approach thanks to the band's newest member, keyboardist Lee Pardini.

For Passwords, Dawes was reunited with Jonathan Wilson, who produced the band's first two albums. "Part of the DNA of Dawes was shaped by Jonathan," Goldsmith says. "Those first two Dawes records have a certain essence to them. We were figuring out who we were. When it came time to produce our sixth album, why not go back to the guy who started it all with us?" Wilson adds: “I wanted to record them live and capture that magic that you can only get recording a real fucking band, that lives together and breathes together as a unit. There aren’t too many of those left, but I think we captured it.”

Ultimately, Passwords is a clever and clear-eyed defense of empathy in the face of apathy (on songs like "Living In The Future") and a timely call for patience and understanding in an age of political partisanship (on "Crack the Case"). “Songs can be passwords,” Goldsmith says, “because they're a means of giving access to someone else's perspective, thereby elaborating your own.” In this way, Passwords uses its words wisely, unfolding with well-reasoned articulation and pointed punch, while never compromising the band’s innate musicality and song-writing prowess. Rarely has a band created such an appropriate soundtrack for the modern age, and with Passwords, Dawes does just that.

In August, Dawes will join Jeff Lynne’s Electric Light Orchestra on their first North American tour in over 30 years, and open for the band in cities including Oakland, Denver, Dallas, as well as two shows at NYC’s Madison Square Garden and two shows at LA’s The Forum. The band will also perform a date in Vienna, VA with Shovels and Rope and festival dates including Pilgrimage Music Festival. Full dates below. Tickets for these dates are available now and can be purchased here. Dawes will announce a full North American headlining tour soon.

Dawes- Passwords Tracklisting
1. Living in the Future
2. Stay Down
3. Crack the Case
4. Feed the Fire
5. My Greatest Invention
6. Telescope
7. I Can't Love
8. Mistakes We Should Have Made
9. Never Gonna Say Goodbye
10. Time Flies Either Way

Dawes Tour Dates– Tickets at

May 20 /// Houston, TX /// The Great Texas BBQ Festival^
August 2 /// Oakland, CA /// Oracle Arena*
August 4 /// Los Angeles, CA /// The Forum*
August 5 /// Los Angeles, CA /// The Forum*
August 8 /// Denver, CO /// Pepsi Center*
August 10 /// Houston, TX /// Toyota Center*
August 13 /// Dallas, TX /// American Airlines Center*
August 15 /// Chicago, IL /// Allstate Arena*
August 16 /// Detroit, MI /// Little Caesars Arena*
August 17 /// Wellston, MI /// Hoxeyville Music Festival^
August 18 /// Toronto, ON /// Air Canada Centre*
August 21 /// New York, NY /// Madison Square Garden*
August 22 /// New York, NY /// Madison Square Garden*
August 23 /// Vienna, VA /// Wolf Trap&
August 24 /// Philadelphia, PA /// Wells Fargo Center*
September 15 /// Fredericton, NB, Canada /// Harvest Jazz And Blues Festival^
September 16 /// Canton, MA /// Festival At The Farm^
September 22 /// Franklin, TN /// Pilgrimage Music Festival^

* w/ Jeff Lynne’s Electric Light Orchestra
^ Festival Date
& w/ Shovels & Rope

Friday, April 27, 2018

Kiefer Sutherland thrills capacity crowd at The Coach House

Kiefer Sutherland leading his band through an impressive 90-minute headlining set
of country and roots rock at The Coach House in Orange County, CA on April 26, 2018.
Kiefer Sutherland's performance at the Belly Up in Solana Beach, CA in May 2017 was one of my favorite concert performances of last year (read my review of that show here) so it should come as no surprise the artist's first-ever performance at The Coach House in Orange County, CA (delivered on Thursday night, April 26, 2018) marked another excuse to celebrate one of country music's true rising stars.
Kiefer Sutherland performing
on April 26, 2018.

Sure, the star of Designated Survivor has been an acclaimed actor for more than 30 years, but the release of his full-length debut album Down in a Hole in August 2016 was truly a surprise. Filled with detailed and confessional original material blending traditional and alt-country styles, the album's stellar songs gain even more depth via Sutherland's compelling concert appearances. That definitely proved to be the case over the length of a fast-moving, 90-minute performance as part of his 2018 Reckless Tour that was staged in San Juan Capistrano last night.

Country rocker Kiefer Sutherland.
While the Coach House set list featured included many of the same songs featured last year, there was an added confidence, depth and power this time around. In addition to Sutherland's obvious star power and bona fide talents as both singer and songwriter, credit the strength of a top-tier band featuring guitar great Michael Gurley (of DADA and Butterfly Jones fame), drummer Jess Calcaterra, guitarist Austin Valleijo and bassist Joseph DeLeo with further bolstering the night.

There was a strong rhythm to the night, with Sutherland and company coming out rocking with the song "Run to Him," Sutherland working a tambourine as he took the stage. Strong guitar work from both Gurley and Valleijo injected further firepower in the opener.  

The night featured uptempo countrified rockers, poignant ballads, and winning covers that consistently worked. There were also the concise but revealing asides where Sutherland would discuss the genesis of his own tracks and affection he had for the covers and the artists that created them in the first place.

There were many high marks of the night. The early part of the show featured the confessional blues-country tune "Reckless & Me" with Gurley's ethereal slide guitar work adorning Sutherland's heartfelt vocals; the emotional rocker "Going Home" with its big finish leading into the tender ballad "I'll Do Anything" came next.

A rousing rollicking cover of Patty Loveless' "Blame It On Your Heart" was pure fun; a cover of the late Merle Haggard's "The Bottle Let Me Down" was faithful in both its power and in traditional country stylings.

Kiefer Sutherland on April 26.
Late set highlight were just as powerful with the country-folk nugget "Faded Pair of Blue Jeans," haunting "Calling Out Your Name" (the ambitious arrangement spanned from a quiet opening to a sweeping Neil Young-styled blast to finish), Americana rocker "Down in a Hole" (complete with a duel between Gurley and Valleijo) and terrific honky tonk-worthy cover of Lone Justice's "Ways to be Wicked" adding to the momentum.

The show ended with palpable power. After performing the apt acoustic tribute to professional truck drivers ("Open Road"), Sutherland and his band were off to the races. They unleashed the mighty country rocker "Rebel Wind," a fitting freewheeling tribute to the late Tom Petty ("Honey Bee") and finally finished off the inspired night with a new original Latin rock track, "Agave."

To be sure, the same artistic talents Sutherland has displayed on screen are evident in his strengths as a singer, songwriter and sonic storyteller.

Visit Kiefer Sutherland's official music site here.
Rick Brantley performing at the
Coach House on April 26, 2018.

Opening the show was Macon, Georgia-spawned singer-songwriter Rick Brantley, whose Southern charm helped get the crowd to sing along on some of his fun-styled material but thankfully never masked the power of his probing acoustic numbers. Highlights of his 45-minute set included the sparse Bruce Springsteen-tinged "40 Days, 40 Nights," eloquent study of suffering, the affecting "Hurt People." His soulful cover of the Otis Redding classic "Try a Little Tenderness" was a justified crowd pleasing moment with everyone riveted by Brantley's inspired vocals and strong rhythms on his acoustic guitar.

Review by Robert Kinsler

Photography by Bob Steshetz

Kiefer Sutherland Concert at the Coach House Setlist
Run to Him / Something You Love / Reckless & Me / Going Home / I'll Do Anything / Blame It On Your Heart (Patty Loveless cover) / The Bottle Let Me Down (Merle Haggard cover) / Faded Pair of Blue Jeans / Saskatchewan / Calling Out Your Name / All She Wrote / Down in a Hole / Can't Stay Away / Ways to be Wicked (Lone Justice cover) / Rebel Wind / Honey Bee (Tom Petty cover) / Agave

Wednesday, April 25, 2018

The Rolling Stones - ‘The Studio Albums Vinyl Collection 1971-2016’ - set for release on Friday, June 15, 2018

If you love vinyl and or The Rolling Stones, this is pretty exciting news!




Whenever The Rolling Stones do anything, they do it with quality and gravitas. Having defined rock’n’roll in the ‘60s, The Rolling Stones entered their imperial phase in 1971 with Sticky Fingers. What followed is a run of albums that couldn’t have happened at any other time, by any other band: the decadent excess of Exile On Main St, the Jamaican voodoo swamp of Goats Head Soup, the disco and punk-infused prowl of Some Girls. With each new decade, the Stones evolved while staying true to their roots, coming full circle in 2016 with Blue & Lonesome, a love letter to their first inspiration: the blues. Today, The Rolling Stones and UMe announce ‘The Studio Albums Vinyl Collection 1971-2016,’ a brand new limited edition vinyl box set collection, featuring 15 albums across 20 LPs released on June 15 2018 and available to pre-order here. View the unboxing trailer here.

‘The Studio Albums Vinyl Collection 1971-2016’ presents this monumental era in rock’n’roll history in a highly bespoke, lenticular mounted, limited edition box-set housing the 15 studio albums from Sticky Fingers through to Blue & Lonesome in faithful and intricate original packaging replications. Every album has been lovingly remastered and cut at revelatory half-speed at Abbey Road Studios, from vinyl specific original tape transfers designed to get the very best possibly sound from the format. Each album is pressed on heavyweight 180-gram black vinyl and includes a download card for HD digital redemption of the catalog and includes a numbered certificate of authentication.

Cut at half speed, these are among the highest quality vinyl pressings that these classic Rolling Stones albums will have ever received. Half speed mastering and pressed to a very high standard ensures top notch sound quality for the listener. 

Special care has been taken to create packaging to the same high standards, with detailed artwork reproduction for each album including Some Girls, which comes housed in the replica design including 20 cut-outs on the cover, while the sleeve of Sticky Fingers is presented as Andy Warhol’s original design, complete with a working zip with a hidden image underneath and Exile On Main St comes with a set of 12 original postcard inserts.

Abbey Road Studios’ engineers have been cutting grooves into discs since the studios first opened in 1931. In 2013, award-winning engineer Miles Showell joined their existing mastering team, bringing a wealth of disc-cutting experience with him.

One of the artisan techniques offered by Abbey Road Studios that results in the very highest quality sound reproduction is Half Speed Cutting. This process involves the master source being played back at precisely half its recorded speed while the cutting lathe is similarly turned at half the desired playback speed. This allows the cutting head twice the time to cut the intricate groove, allowing considerably more accuracy with important matters such as frequency extremes and micro-dynamic contrasts. The resulting cuts have excellent high frequency response (treble) and very solid and stable stereo images.

It’s not quite as simple as running everything at half rate. There is an EQ curve applied to all vinyl records and by running the lathe at half speed, all the frequencies are wrong. However, the technical staff at Abbey Road Studios have had new custom-built filters installed which allow Miles to practice half speed cutting to the full on a modified Neumann VMS-80 lathe.

‘The Studio Albums Vinyl Collection 1971-2016’
·         Sticky Fingers (1971)
o    LP sleeve presented as Andy Warhol’s original design complete with working zip and hidden image beneath
·         Exile On Main St (1972) (2LP)
o    2LP in original style gatefold sleeve complete with inner-bags and set of 12 perforated postcards
·         Goats Head Soup (1973)
o    LP in gatefold sleeve with two inserts
·         It’s Only Rock’n’Roll (1974)
o    LP with original heavyweight inner sleeve
·         Black And Blue (1976)
o    LP in gatefold sleeve with original inner bag and lyric sheet
·         Some Girls (1978)
o    LP housed in replica design including 20 cut-outs on the cover
·         Emotional Rescue (1980)
o    LP with original sized poster
·         Tattoo You (1981)
o    LP with original heavyweight inner sleeve
·         Undercover (1983)
o    LP with original heavyweight inner sleeve and lyric sheet
·         Dirty Work (1986)
o    LP with original heavyweight inner sleeve, red shrink wrapping and bespoke sticker
·         Steel Wheels (1989)
o    LP complete with original inner sleeve and sales insert
·         Voodoo Lounge (1994) (2LP)
o    2LP gatefold sleeve with original lyric inners
·         Bridges To Babylon (1997) (2LP)
o    2LP with original lyric inners
·         A Bigger Bang (2005) (2LP)
o    2LP gatefold sleeve with original lyric inners
·         Blue & Lonesome (2016) (2LP)
o    2LP gatefold sleeve with original inners



Sticky Fingers
Brown Sugar, Sway, Wild Horses, Can’t You Hear Me Knocking, You Gotta Move, Bitch, I Got The Blues, Sister Morphine, Dead Flowers, Moonlight Mile

Exile On Main St
Rocks Off, Rip This Joint, Shake Your Hips, Casino Boogie, Tumbling Dice, Sweet Virginia, Torn And Frayed, Sweet Black Angel, Loving Cup, Happy, Turd On The Run, Ventilator Blues, I Just Want To See His Face, Let It Loose, All Down The Line, Stop Breaking Down, Shine A Light, Soul Survivor

Goats Head Soup
Dancing With Mr. D., 100 Years Ago, Coming Down Again, Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo (Heartbreaker), Angie, Silver Train, Hide Your Love, Winter, Can You Hear The Music, Star Star

It’s Only Rock’n’Roll
If You Can’t Rock Me, Ain’t Too Proud To Beg, It’s Only Rock’n’Roll (But I Like It), Till The Next Goodbye, Time Waits For No One, Luxury, Dance Little Sister, If You Really Want To Be My Friend, Short And Curlies, Fingerprint File

Black And Blue
Hot Stuff, Hand Of Fate, Cherry Oh Baby, Memory Motel, Hey Negrita, Melody, Fool To Cry, Crazy Mama

Some Girls
Miss You, When The Whip Comes Down, Just My Imagination (Running Away With Me), Some Girls, Lies, Far Away Eyes, Respectable, Before They Make Me Run, Beast Of Burden, Shattered

Emotional Rescue
Dance, Summer Romance, Send It To Me, Let Me Go, Indian Girl, Where The Boys Go, Down In The Hole, Emotional Rescue, She’s So Cold, All About You

Tattoo You
Start Me Up, Hang Fire, Slave, Little T&A, Black Limousine, Neighbours, Worried About You, Tops, Heaven, Not Used To Crying, Waiting On A Friend

Undercover Of The Night, She Was Hot, Tie You Up (The Pain Of Love), Wanna Hold You, Feel On Baby, Too Much Blood, Pretty Beat Up, Too Tough, All The Way Down, It Must Be Hell

Dirty Work
One Hit (To The Body), Fight, Harlem Shuffle, Hold Back, Too Rude, Winning Ugly, Back To Zero, Dirty Work, Had It With You, Sleep Tonight, Key To The Highway

Steel Wheels
Sad Sad Sad, Mixed Emotions, Terrifying, Hold On To Your Hat, Hearts For Sale, Blinded By Love, Rock And A Hard Place, Can’t Be Seen, Almost Hear You Sigh, Continental Drift, Break The Spell, Slipping Away

Voodoo Lounge
Love Is Strong, You Got Me Rocking, Sparks Will Fly, The Worst, New Faces, Moon Is Up, Out Of Tears, I Go Wild, Brand New Car, Sweethearts Together, Suck On The Jugular, Blinded By Rainbows, Baby Break It Down, Thru And Thru

Bridges To Babylon
Flip The Switch, Anybody Seen My Baby?, Low Down, Already Over Me, Gunface, You Don’t Have To Mean It, Out Of Control, Saint Of Me, Might As Well Get Juiced, Always Suffering, Too Tight, Thief In The Night, How Can I Stop

A Bigger Bang
Rough Justice, Let Me Down Slow, It Won’t Take Long, Rain Fall Down, Streets Of Love, Back Of My Hand, She Saw Me Coming, Biggest Mistake, This Place Is Empty, Oh No Not You Again, Dangerous Beauty, Laugh I Nearly Died, Sweet Neo Can, Look What The Cat Dragged In, Driving Too Fast, Infamy

Blue & Lonesome
Just Your Fool, Commit A Crime, Blue And Lonesome, All Of Your Love, I Gotta Go, Everybody Knows About My Good Thing, Ride ‘Em On Down, Hate To See You Go, Hoo Doo Blues, Little Rain, Just Like I Treat You, I Can’t Quit You Baby