The Rock Icons Collection includes 8 DVD Sets featuring performances by the greatest rock n roll artists and performers of our time. This special DVD collection includes over 14 hours of your favorite rock n roll icons including Elvis Presley, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Jackson 5, Bob Dylan, Roy Orbison, Janis Joplin, Bill Haley, James Brown, The Animals, The Mamas and The Papas and many others.
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4 Ed Sullivan Shows Starring The Rolling Stones:
Virtually every Rolling Stones’ hit of the 60’s was performed on “The Ed Sullivan Show.” An appearance in the spotlight on Sullivan’s variety show (35 million viewers) sent fans racing to record stores the next morning to buy the songs first heard on his television show. These musical gems have never been seen in the context of the full Sullivan shows that were originally broadcast live.
Now fans can see The Rolling Stones as they’ve seldom seen them – young, edgy and electrifying – and on their way to conquering the world! 4 Ed Sullivan Shows starring The Rolling Stones is a 2 DVD Set featuring 12 of The Rolling Stones’ classic performances on The Ed Sullivan Show. Also included are timeless performances by many other artists as well as original commercials.
The 4 Complete Ed Sullivan Shows Starring The Beatles:
Here are four of the most beloved shows in television history! On February 9, 1964, The Beatles step onto Ed Sullivan’s stage to make their U.S. TV debut. 73 million Americans tune in and Beatlemania is born!
In these unforgettable live shows from 1964 and 1965, The Beatles give us 20 timeless performances, 7 of them Number 1 hits! They include “She Loves You,” “I Want to Hold Your Hand,” “Ticket to Ride,” “Yesterday,” “Help!,” “I Saw Her Standing There,” “All My Loving” and more…
Elvis Presley: The Great Performances:
The ultimate DVD collection celebrating the life of Elvis Presley returns to the marketplace, after several years, boasting over 2 hours of remastered video, new packaging and never-before-seen interviews with legendary artists such as Jerry Lee Lewis and Carl Perkins along with others who were close to the beloved and undisputed King of Rock `n Roll. The two-disc Elvis: The Great Performances (Hip-O/SOFA Entertainment), released August 2, 2011, brings together classic performances spanning more than 20 years, from his first televised appearance that shocked a nation to a concert a few weeks before his death on August 16, 1977.
Motown Gold From The Ed Sullivan Show:
Motown Gold from The Ed Sullivan Show is a 2 DVD (3 volume) collection with appearances by legendary Motown acts including The Jackson 5, Diana Ross and The Supremes, The Temptations, Four Tops, Marvin Gaye, Stevie Wonder, Smokey Robinson, Martha & The Vandellas and Gladys Knight & The Pips. The collection is packed with classic Motown performances taped live between 1964 and 1971, fully restored with footage never before released. Some of the highlights include:
* The Jackson 5 ushering in a new generation of Motown acts with a medley of their No. 1 hits “I Want You Back,” “The Love You Save” and “ABC.”
* Diana Ross and The Supremes performing their No. 1 hits “Come See About Me,” “Someday We’ll Be Together” and “Love Child.”
* The Temptations doing their No. 1 hits “Just My Imagination (Running Away With Me)” and “I Can’t Get Next to You.” * The Four Tops with their No. 1 hit single “Reach Out I’ll Be There.”
* Martha & the Vandellas singing their timeless classic “Dancing in the Street.”
* Marvin Gaye’s only Sullivan appearance singing “Take This Heart of Mine.”
* Young Stevie Wonder captivating the audience with his No. 1 hit “Fingertips Pt. 2” and his classic “For Once in My Life.”
* A never-before-released performance of Smokey Robinson & the Miracles doing a medley of the hits “I Second That Emotion,” “If You Can Want” and “Going to a Go-Go.”
* Gladys Knight and the Pips performing the hit “I Heard It Through the Grapevine”
The Best of the Supremes on the Ed Sullivan Show:
The Best Of The Supremes on The Ed Sullivan Show collects 22 of the Supremes’ greatest performances, including ones never before available on DVD. Included is the Supremes’ very first appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show in December 1964, showcasing their No. 1 hit “Come See About Me,” plus other timeless performances including “You Can’t Hurry Love,” “Love Child” and “The Happening.” And, for the first time on DVD, this collection includes “Up the Ladder to the Roof” which is the only appearance by the “New Supremes” after Diana Ross went on to a solo career. This collection of performances truly showcases why The Supremes are one of Motown’s biggest and most beloved acts.
The Best Of The Temptations On The Ed Sullivan Show:
For the first time on DVD, this collection offers the Temptations’ very best Ed Sullivan Show performances. Included here is the group’s very first appearance in May 1967, in which they performed a medley of hits including “My Girl” and “(I Know) I’m Losing You.” Other songs featured are the group’s No. 1 hit “I Can’t Get Next to You,” a playful version of “You’ve Made Me So Very Happy,” the Top Ten hit “Psychedelic Shack,” and the 1969 hit single “Runaway Child, Running Wild” with Dennis Edwards replacing David Ruffin. The Temptations’ last performance on The Ed Sullivan Show (1971) is also included, broadcast just a few months before the show went off the air, in which they performed “Get Ready” and their No. 1 hit “Just My Imagination (Running Away With Me).
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Rock n’ Roll Forever:
Narrated by Michelle Philips (original member of The Mamas and The Papas). Originally aired on CBS
1) The Jackson 5- “I Want You Back”
2) Bill Haley and His Comets- “Rock Around The Clock”
3) Elvis Presley– “Don’t Be Cruel”
4) Ray Charles- “What’d I Say”
5) Jackie Wilson- “Lonely Teardrops”
6) The Beatles- “I Saw Her Standing There”
7) James Brown- “Please, Please, Please”
8) Roy Orbison- “Oh, Pretty Woman”
9) The Lovin’ Spoonful- “Do You Believe In Magic?”
10) The Doors– “Light My Fire”
11) The Temptations and The Supremes- “(I Know) I’m Losing You”
12) The Young Rascals- “Good Lovin'”
13) The Mamas and The Papas- “Monday, Monday”
14) Creedence Clearwater Revival- “Fortunate Son”
15) Janis Joplin- “Maybe”
Ed Sullivan Presents- Rock n’ Roll Revolution:
In the 60’s, there was a new wave of music coming from England, an invasion unlike anything else America had ever experienced. Then, in February, 1964, The Beatles landed on Ed Sullivan’s stage and our world changed forever. The so-called “British Invasion” started a flow of groups that took America by storm, groups such as The Rolling Stones, Herman’s Hermits, The Animals and the Hollies. They were cutting edge, far different from what we’d come to expect from rock ‘n’ roll in the States. They had long hair, dressed in narrow lapel suits, looked scruffy, and they had a unique charm.
How did we respond? We met the British head on, with groups like The Beach Boys, The Mamas and Papas, The Byrds and groundbreaking artists like James Brown and Bob Dylan, all of whom appear in this amazing program. Timeless live musical performances coupled with insightful interviews from the musicians themselves tell the story of the music that changed our lives.
Timeless live musical performances! The music that changed our lives!
Interviews with Jackson Browne, Bruce Springsteen, Bob Dylan, Brian Wilson and many more great artists