Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
Genres: Music Video & Concerts
Few people reach the heart of a song like Emmylou Harris, whose wistful sense of longing resonates through her music. This versatile artist successfully bridges the gap between country and rock with her exquisite vocal sty... more »
Studio says "no plans"
Music DVD fan | Minneapolis, MN | 06/07/2005
(1 out of 5 stars)
"A recent e-mail exchange I had with Image Entertainment:
Many on-line DVD vendors (including Amazon) have been listing a series called "Rock Masters" from your studio for some time now, with confusing information as to release dates. Some of the titles include The Cure, AC/DC, and The Police, and the listings include such details as the song titles. Can you confirm that you have plans to release these DVDs in the future, or can you provide any information at all about these releases?
Thank you for your inquiry. At this point in time Image Entertainment does not have any plans regarding the release of any titles from the "Rock Masters" series on DVD. However, I will pass your email onto our acquisitions department which will look into the possibility of releasing these titles on DVD at some point in the future.
WHEN IS THIS FINALLY GETTING RELEASED?
John J. Pusateri | Boston | 08/07/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Been waiting almost 2 years now.............
I have seen video of this years ago and it needs to be out!!!"
Is this DVD about to be released?
Mark | Millmerran, QLD Australia | 03/26/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I first taped this show in the early 1980s on a Beta VCR when it was shown as one of the [Don Kirschner's?] Rock Arena series. After the machine and tape wore out years ago, I have been waiting for the DVD after it was first announced two years ago. Interestingly it has just been shown this week on the Australian free to air ABC2 digital channel. The quality was obviously of a DVD standard, so even though it is still listed as unavailable, at least one broadcaster has it! The content was very basic, with no introduction or commentary...just the Rock Masters logo, three brief clips from the concert, and then the concert itself. The vision was excellent, although in 4:3 as you would expect in a 1977 TV production. The sound was of good quality for the late seventies with Emmylou in prime vocal form and some blistering guitar solos from Albert Lee, especially on "Luxury Liner". Hank De Vito contributed some classy pedal steel."
Gus | LA, USA | 09/09/2005
(1 out of 5 stars)
"So what's the point of listing something that has absolutely no plans of being released. That's just annoying"