Eagle Vision

One Night In Dublin - The 10th Anniversary

  • Posted on: 15 August 2015
  • By: Csillag Zoltán

Congratulations to the winners!

DVD:
Russell Whitlam (United Kingdom)
Jimi Grgic (Croatia)
Graham Ward (United Kingdom)
Tóth László (Hungary)
Tove Alm (Norway)
Clint Bensinger (USA)
Kevin Gaskell (Australia)

BLU-RAY DISC:
Mario Sammut (Malta)
Manfred Stein (Germany)
Carlo Luib-Finetti (Germany)
Eero Uusitalo (Finland)
Guillermo Miranda (Spain)
Martin Barron (United Kingdom)
David Eve (Australia)
Blair Ryan (Malaysia)

Big thankyou to Eagle Rock!

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One Night In Dublin - Reissues 2015

  • Posted on: 14 August 2015
  • By: Csillag Zoltán

 Click here for larger image Click here for larger imageThat was a fantastic weekend 10 years ago in August. Fans of Thin Lizzy came together from all over the world to celebrate the birthday of Phil Lynott, and to being present at the unveiling of his beautiful bronze statue in the centre of Dublin on the 19th August 2005. The next day was about music, as Gary Moore has invited his friends, and did put together a tribute concert for his friend. This August, on the 10th Anniversary of this memorable concert, we can celebrate these unforgettable musicians and their fantastic musical legacy with two new DVD reissues of "One Night In Dublin".

A not too 'special edition' 3DVD set

  • Posted on: 13 September 2013
  • By: Csillag Zoltán

Click here for larger imageA new 3DVD set will be released in October by Eagle Vision, including three of the previously released concert films. Gary's first and last (1990/2010) Montreux Jazz Festival concerts, filmed 20 years apart, have been completed here with the great Blues For Jimi film, what was recorded in 2007. Although none of the DVDs will including new bonus features, this forthcoming release still can be a nice addition to your music collection - especially if you are just about getting to know Gary Moore's music, and now you would like to discovering some of his live performances. Live At Montreux 1990 is just the perfect start for that. After changing his musical direction to play the blues, he got the chance immediately to play at this very important festival. The rest is history now. Songs like "The Stumble", "Still Got The Blues" and "The Messiah Will Come Again" are proved that it was the right decision.