Title: The 25th Anniversary Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame Concerts
Released: 2010
Genre: Rock

Issued: United States | Time Life Records
Duration: 1:50:05 + 2:18:50
Size: 22.08 GB + 17.05 GB

Format: MKV
Video: 1920×1080 at 29.970 fps, [email protected], ~ 19500 kbps avg
# 1 Audio: English: 48 kHz, DTS, 3/2 (L, C, R, l, r) + LFE ch, ~ 1536 kbps avg
Audio # 2: English: 48 kHz / 24bit, FLAC, 2.0, ~ 1659/1006 kbps
Subtitles: None

On October 29th and 30th, 2009, rock ‘n’ roll royalty held court at Madison Square Garden for what have been called ‘the best concerts ever,’ where ‘rock ‘n’ roll history was made.’ Recorded live with 30 camera angles plus state-of-the-art recording, we captured the sights and sounds from these electrifying and historic concerts in New York City.
Now, this critically-acclaimed and highly-rated HBO special is available on Blu-ray for the very first time! ‘THE 25TH ANNIVERSARY ROCK AND ROLL HALL OF FAME CONCERTS’ features all 51 performances from the acclaimed HBO special, plus 16 performances not seen on HBO, all in a 2-disc Blu-ray set.
In celebration of the 25th Anniversary of the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame, the concerts featured a who’s who of rock from the ’50s to the ’90s and included artists performing together in unique combinations that will most likely never be witnessed again. (more…)

Plácido Domingo & Pablo Sáinz Villegas – Volver (2018)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/44,1 kHz  | Time – 45:32 minutes | 493 MB | Genre: Classical
Studio Masters, Official Digital Download | Digital Booklet, Front Cover | © Sony Classical

One of the most exciting and unusual musical encounters to have taken place in recent years: Plácido Domingo, world-renowned opera tenor, met Pablo Sáinz Villegas who Domingo hailed Villegas as, “The master of the guitar”. Upon meeting on stage in June 2016 at a benefit concert marking Domingo’s seventy-fifth birthday held in Madrid’s Santiago Bernabéu Stadium before an audience of 80,000 enthusiastic spectators. The high point of this magical night of music was “Adiós Granada” from the one-act zarzuela Emigrantes by Tomás Barrera that dates from 1905. Afterwards Pablo Villegas spoke of the great energy and inspiration that he felt as a result of this encounter.