LOU REED’S BERLIN was directed by Academy Award® nominee* Julian Schnabel () and focuses on legendary front man of The Velvet Underground, , returning to a very special moment in his solo career - a live performance of his infamous rock opera album “Berlin”. In it Reed creates a complex world around a doomed couple by weaving moody themes of drugs and depression through heavy orchestral arrangements.
B.B. King’s One Kind Favor in stores now! One Kind Favor, which was produced by T Bone Burnett, features covers of old blues songs from B.B. King’s early influences.
The Rykodisc Years, a two-disc, 32-song anthology spanning seven years and includes Rouse's best songs, rare tracks plus unreleased demos and outtakes.
And the one I am looking forward to the most:
"Joe Strummer, The Future is Unwritten". I am really excited about this one. Its a DVD on Joe's life before, during and after The Clash.