Category:1995 video albums
Pages in category "1995 video albums"
The following 29 pages are in this category, out of 29 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more).
The following 29 pages are in this category, out of 29 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more).
1. Big Red Car – Big Red Car is the fifth album by the Australian band The Wiggles, released in 1995 by ABC Music. This album won the ARIA Award for Best Childrens Album, all tracks written by M. Cook, J. Fatt, A. Field, G. Page except spoken or listed below. It marks the first appearances of the Big Red Car and the S. S Feathersword and this video also debuts Wags the Dog. In the United States, the video was marketed as Dance Party and this video was released on VHS in September 1995 in Australia, and 2001 to the United States. The DVD was released to the United States on 4 February 2003 under the title Dance Party, here Comes the Big Red Car is the 25th album release from an Australia childrens music group, The Wiggles. It contains tracks that were recorded for the Big Red Car album. DVD extras include a song jukebox, photo gallery, electronic songbook, Dorothy the Dinosaur special announcements, and two episodes of Lights, camera, action, Wiggles
2. The Colour of My Love Concert – The Colour of My Love Concert is Celine Dions second home video release. It was filmed on 7–8 September 1993 at Le Théàtre Capitole, Quebec City, Canada, before The Colour of My Love album release, the concert was aired in December 1993 in Canada on CTV and in February 1994 in the United States on the Disney Channel. It was released on VHS on 19 October 1995 and on DVD on 6 January 1998, dion performed songs from her three English-language albums, in particular the multi-platinum The Colour of My Love. Throughout a concert-length program featuring guests like Peabo Bryson and Clive Griffin, she sang her hits, The Power of Love. Dion also performed Elvis Presleys hit song, Cant Help Falling in Love, the music video of Dions Pour que tu maimes encore was included as a special VHS bonus in Europe. The Colour of My Love Concert spent 39 weeks on the Top Music Video chart in the United States and it was certified Platinum for selling 100,000 copies. It was also certified Platinum in France and the United Kingdom, in the UK and Australia, The Colour of My Love Concert peaked at number 3
3. El Concierto – El Concierto is the second live album by Mexican recording artist Luis Miguel, released on 17 October 1995 by WEA Latina. It was recorded from his performances at the National Auditorium in Mexico, the album features live covers of José Alfredo Jiménezs songs, which were previously unreleased. The first two songs were released as singles, the former reaching number one on the Billboard Hot Latin Songs chart, upon its release, El Concierto received generally favorable reviews from critics, who praised its production, Miguels vocals, and his renditions of Jiménezs rancheras. The album peaked at two on the Billboard Top Latin Albums chart and both the album and video were certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America. It topped the Argentine Albums Chart and the album was certified 4× platinum by CAPIF, the record also reached number two on the Chilean Albums Chart and achieved platinum status in the country as well as in Mexico, Paraguay, and Uruguay. The album sold two million copies within a year of its release. El Concierto won the Eres award for Album of the Year, in 1994 Miguel released his tenth studio album, Segundo Romance. It is follow-up to his 1991 album Romance where Miguel records a collection of classic boleros, to further promote the album Miguel began his Segundo Romance Tour with 16 shows at the National Auditorium in Mexico City, which drew an audience of over 155,000. The singer performed throughout Mexico, the United States, Peru, and Argentina until 31 December 1994 and his sixteen performances at the National Auditorium in Mexico City and two concerts at the Estadio Vélez in Buenos Aires were filmed for inclusion in a live album. It was made available in four formats, a live audio CD, cassette, Laserdisc. The formats included the performances of 28 songs from the concerts. The album was released on 17 October 1995, El Concierto includes three live renditions of José Alfredo Jiménezs songs, Si Nos Dejan, Amanecí en Tus Brazos, and El Rey. During these performances, Miguel was accompanied by Mariachi 2000 led by Cutberto Pérez, Si Nos Dejan was released as a single for the album on 30 August 1995. The song reached number one on the Billboard Hot Latin Songs chart, Amanecí en Tus Brazos was released as the second single and peaked at number three on the Hot Latin Songs charts. The live version of Hasta Que Me Olvides was released as a single in Spain. To further promote the album, Miguel launched the El Concierto Tour which began on 15 September 1995 at the Circus Maxim in Las Vegas, Nevada, the setlist consists of previously-recorded pop tracks and ballads, boleros from his Romance albums, and the mariachi songs from El Concierto. The tour concluded on 23 December at the National Auditorium in Mexico City, john Lannert of Billboard magazine called the album a predictable, albeit fan-pleasing, double CD live set and referred to his mariachi performances as classics done up mariachi style. Regarding the mariachi songs, Cabrera stated If theres anything that stands out about the Jimenez creations, add to that quality the musicianship that Miguel brings to bear and you have some excellent music. The San Diego Union-Tribune editor Ernesto Portillo Jr
4. Cross Purposes Live – Cross Purposes Live is a boxed set released by the British heavy metal band Black Sabbath in 4 April 1995. The set comprised an album on CD and a VHS tape of a concert recorded at the Hammersmith Apollo in London on Wednesday 13 April 1994. It is Black Sabbaths only live album with singer Tony Martin, the CD was housed within an oversized videotape case but had its own inserts and jewel case. The song Children of the Sea was also played at the concert, bobby Rondinellis drum solo also has a minute edited out. Both the original CD and VHS tape are out of print and this release includes the promo videoclip of Feels Good to Me, from the album Tyr. All songs written by Ozzy Osbourne, Tony Iommi, Geezer Butler and Bill Ward, except where noted
5. Horse with No Name (album) – Horse With No Name is the fourth live album by American folk rock band America, released by MasterTone Records in Germany in 1995. The concert was recorded for the German television program Musikladen in early 1975 and this release is the only officially-released live concert recording of America as a trio with Dan Peek. It included a standard audio CD along with a video CD of the same concert and this concert has also been aired on VH1 and on two separate DVD releases. Clips from the concert have also shown on numerous television shows. Ventura Highway I Need You Dont Cross the River A Horse with No Name Moon Song Lonely People Wind Wave Rainbow Song Tin Man California Revisited Green Monkey Horse with No Name at AllMusic
6. Live at the Astoria – The concert is notable for its collection of songs being heard then for the first time. These songs would not appear until the release of The Bends and it is Radioheads only concert home video to date, not including the From the Basement DVD which is a live performance recorded in a studio rather than in front of an audience. It is also notable for the performance of My Iron Lung, the DVD edition of Live At The Astoria, digitally restored and remastered, was released on 21 November 2005 in Europe and on 22 November 2005 in North America. To be included on the discs of the collectors editions of Pablo Honey and The Bends. You, Ripcord, Creep, Prove Yourself, Vegetable, Stop Whispering, Anyone Can Play Guitar, Pop is Dead and Blow Out were included on the re-release of Pablo Honey. Whereas Bones, Black Star, The Bends, My Iron Lung, Maquiladora, Fake Plastic Trees Just, and Street Spirit featured on the re-release of The Bends
7. Live at The Moore – Live at The Moore is a home video featuring the final live performance by the American rock band Mad Season. It was released on August 29,1995 and it was recorded live at the Moore Theatre in Seattle, Washington on April 29,1995. The version of November Hotel played live was renamed Black Mirror, allmusic gave it two and a half out of a possible five stars. Lifeless Dead is one of two songs that Mad Season played on the radio broadcast, along with I Dont Know Anything, additionally, the video for River of Deceit is featured as well. CD2, Live at the Moore audio DVD Video Bonus Live at The Moore footage Live at RKCNDY Self-Pollution Radio Music Video Live at the Moore was included with the 2013 deluxe reissue of Above
8. Live from Austin, Texas (Stevie Ray Vaughan video) – Live from Austin, Texas is a live video by Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble. It is a retrospective of the two performances on Austin City Limits in 1983 and 1989. The film was released as a DVD on September 3,1997, tracks 1-3 were recorded on December 13,1983. Tracks 4-9 recorded October 10,1989, pride and Joy Texas Flood Voodoo Chile The House Is Rockin Tightrope Leave My Girl Alone Cold Shot Crossfire Riviera Paradise Tick Tock Little Wing
9. Live in Concert 1998 – Live In Concert 1998 is a 2-disc DVD/CD set by Bootsy Collins and the New Rubber Band. The DVD features Bootsy Collins performing at the North Sea Jazz Festival on July 11,1998, the concert was originally shown on Dutch television shortly after the performance. The DVD/CD set was released by ABC Entertainment, in conjunction with Charly Films in 2006, disc One Intro Ahh. The Name Is Bootsy, Baby Bootsy
10. Live Intrusion – Live Intrusion is a home video by Slayer which was released in 1995 through American Recordings and filmed at the Mesa Amphitheater in Mesa, Arizona on March 12,1995. The video features a cover of the Venom song Witching Hour performed by Slayer with assistance from Chris Kontos and it was reissued on DVD on August 17,2010. Live Intrusion received positive reception from the few critics reviewed the video. Live Intrusion was filmed at the Mesa Amphitheatre in Mesa, Arizona, the Machine Head members Chris Kontos and Robb Flynn gave assistance to the band while performing Witching Hour, originally recorded by Venom in 1981. The video was released as a VHS through American Recordings on October 31,1995, the video features live footage of Slayer and exclusive unseen footage of Slayer on and off the road. The beginning of the features a portrait of some of Slayer fans, including a picture from the mid-1990s, about a fan. It was directed and produced by Phil Tuckett, with the audio recorded by Sylvia Massy, on August 17,2010, Live Intrusion was remastered and released as a DVD. It was created using the original VHS master and edited the footage with newer technology, the DVD was sold at retail and online for $13.98. The DVD was also released in the Slayer Live DVD 3-Pak, Chris Beaumont of Blogcritics recommended the DVD to consumers, giving it three and a half out of five stars. Beamount also said that the videos quality lacks a lot of the polish that more recent recordings have, chad Bowar of About. com also gave the DVD three and a half out of five stars. He noted that the video is in decent quality, but, due to lighting and shaky camera work. Raining Blood —4,23 Killing Fields —3,56 War Ensemble —4,51 At Dawn They Sleep —5,03 Divine Intervention —5,33 Dittohead —2,50 Captor of Sin —3,21213 —4,51 South of Heaven —4,58 Sex. —1,50 Mandatory Suicide —4,03 Angel of Death —4,50 Hell Awaits —4,53 Witching Hour —2,54 Chemical Warfare —5,17 Source, Setlist. fm Source, both Allmusic and the videos notes
11. MTV Unplugged (Bob Dylan album) – MTV Unplugged is a live album by Bob Dylan, released in 1995 by Columbia Records. It documents Dylans appearance on the then-highly popular MTV Unplugged television series and it gave Dylan his best sales in years, reaching US No.23 and going gold, while hitting No.10 in the UK. The singer-songwriter had originally wanted to do a set of folk songs. At MTVs behest, he performed mostly classics from his early albums. All songs written by Bob Dylan
12. No Quarter: Jimmy Page and Robert Plant Unledded – No Quarter is a live album by Jimmy Page & Robert Plant, both formerly of English rock band Led Zeppelin. It was released by Atlantic Records on 14 October 1994, the long-awaited reunion between Jimmy Page and Robert Plant occurred on a 90-minute UnLedded MTV project, recorded in Morocco, Wales, and London. It was not a reunion of Led Zeppelin, however, as former bassist and keyboardist John Paul Jones was not present, in fact, Jones was not even told about the reunion by his former bandmates. He later commented that he was unhappy about Plant and Page naming the album after No Quarter, the album was #4 on debut on the Billboards Pop Albums chart. Several years later, Plant reflected on the collaboration very positively, The will, Jimmy and I went in a room and it was back. To take it as far as we did, and the tour we did – its one of the most ambitious, in July 2014, Guitar World placed No Quarter on their Superunknown,50 Iconic Albums That Defined 1994 list. All songs by Jimmy Page and Robert Plant, except where noted, for the tenth anniversary, the album was re-released with a different cover and altered track listing. Thank You was cut, City Dont Cry and Wonderful One appeared in edited versions. In addition, Yallah was retitled, and several tracks had minor alterations to their running times. The songs included on the DVD release not included on either CD release were What Is and What Should Never Be, to compensate for their absence from the Live Aid DVD release, Plant and Page donated a portion of their proceeds to the Band Aid Trust
13. The Nona Tapes – The Nona Tapes is a 1995 mockumentary by the American rock band Alice in Chains. Because it is no longer for sale, original copies are considered a rarity, however, in 2006, Best Buy offered a DVD version for free for a limited time with purchases of The Essential Alice in Chains. The Nona Tapes follows aspiring journalist Nona Weisbaum on her quest to find some Seattle rock stars for a breakthrough story, throughout the video, Weisbaum scours the streets of Seattle and eventually finds and interviews all members of Alice in Chains. Entwined between Nonas segments are interviews revealing the lives of the members, and interview footage regarding the self-titled album. It also includes the video clip for Grind, and outtake footage overdubbed with Heaven Beside You
14. Parallel (video) – Parallel is a video feature compiling all of R. E. M. s Automatic for the People and Monster-era promotional videos, as well as several recorded for this release alone. It was released on video on May 30,1995, and on DVD format on August 22,2000, the release, which runs at 70 minutes, features promotional videos to all of the bands singles from Automatic for the People and all but one from Monster. There are no features on the DVD, however, there is an optional lyrics subtitle track. Audio on the DVD-5 is PCM Stereo, the DVD was certified 15 in the UK due to nudity in Nightswimming. There were two versions released in the US, the A Version cut out the nudity from Nightswimming, while the D Version contained the uncut video. A Parental Advisory warning was placed on the cover of the D Version, all songs written by Bill Berry, Peter Buck, Mike Mills and Michael Stipe. Flying Furniture Bang and Blame Delinquents Star 69 Chinatown Strange Currencies Hula Hoops, a B C Star Me Kitten / Credits
15. Pulse (1995 film) – Pulse is a Pink Floyd concert video taken from the 20 October 1994 concert at Earls Court, London, England in The Division Bell Tour. It was originally released on VHS and Laserdisc in 1995, there was considerable delay in the release of the DVD edition of Pulse, with new features announced with each setback. The cause of the delays was reputed to be the continued modifications and additions to produce a high-quality release. The previous planned release date of 22 September 2005 for the two-disc DVD set was changed to 10 July 2006 for the UK and Europe, for purposes of space and continuity, Another Brick in the Wall and One of These Days were moved to the beginning of side 3. This permitted the performance of The Dark Side of the Moon on side 2 without interruption. During The Division Bell Tour the word Enigma or Publius Enigma would be visible on part of the stage and these were connected to the Enigma competition surrounding the album and tour. On 20 October 1994, during Another Brick in the Wall the screen displayed the word Enigma instead of E=MC2 which is what was shown at other shows, this is shown on the original 1995 release. The DVD, however, has an altered back-drop displaying E=MC2, although if the DVD is paused at the correct moment the word Enigma is still visible
16. The Road Home (Heart album) – The Road Home is a live album released in 1995, the fourteenth album overall by the rock group Heart. It chronicles a club performance in the style, but with strings. It was produced by John Paul Jones of Led Zeppelin, and contains acoustic versions of many of the hits including Alone, Barracuda. The album reached number eighty-seven on the U. S. Billboard 200, in 1995 a VHS was released under the same name and with the same cover containing another concert from the same tour. The video was reissued in DVD in 2003