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This concert video shows the heavy metal juggernaut unleashing with fury on tunes like "So What," "Fuel" and "Master of Puppets."
The Brit boogie band featuring guitarist Peter Haycock kills on Willie Dixon's "Seventh Son" and Jimmy Reed's "Going to New York."
The guitarist stuns on Ornette Coleman's "Broadway Blues" before tackling material from his American Garage and Off Ramp.
Venerable blues disciple Mayall and an all-star Bluesbreakers lineup host some of their greatest influences in this astounding 1982 video concert.
Amy Ray and Emily Saliers perform tunes from Swamp Ophelia and old faves like "Closer to Fine" and "Tried to Be True."
The left-handed guitar slinger and exponent of the West Side Chicago sound plays his 1958 hit "Double Trouble" in this fiery set.
The great baritone singer known for his deep blues feel and ballad style performs with the Count Basie and Thad Jones-Mel Lewis bands.
The latest version of the classic band performed a showcase of early hits and tunes from their '60s masterpiece, Odyssey and Oracle.
Special guest trumpeter Freddie Hubbard joins Art Blakey and his crew on swinging renditions of "Birdlike" and "A Night in Tunisia."
Phil Alvin leads the roots rock, real-deal rockabilly band through raw renditions of "I'm Shakin'," "Marie Marie" and "American Music."
The blues shouter-harmonica player, who was born on this day in 1926, wails on "Ball and Chain," "Rock Me Baby" and "Hound Dog."