Includes a bonus DVD. When Sting embarked on his solo career, he didn't throw his tenure with the Police out the window; on this live double album from his Dream of the Blue Turtles tour, he reworks some odd selections from his old band's catalog in the expansive, jazz-inflected style of his new crew (which included saxophonist Branford Marsalis). These performances emphasize showmanship (solos, backup singers, and all) and they've got lots of crowd-pleasing moments, like the overwhelming swell of 'I Burn for You' and a Caribbean clap-along on a medley of 'One World' and 'Love Is the Seventh Wave'. The bonus DVD provides the viewer with a rare behind-the-scenes glimpse of the band at work. The film observes Sting and his new band as they rehearse and then perform their first concert, in Paris.
On the Night is the second live album by the British rock band Dire Straits, released on 10 May 1993 by Vertigo Records internationally, and by Warner Bros. Records in the United States. The album features many of the band's later hits, including the singles "Walk of Life" and "Money for Nothing". On the Night was recorded in May 1992 at Les Arenes in Nîmes, France, and at Feijenoord Stadion in Rotterdam, The Netherlands—concerts that were part of the On Every Street Tour, which included 216 shows in Europe, North America, and Australia, and sold 7.1 million tickets.
In 1996, Repertoire released Tucky Buzzard/Allright on the Night, which contained two complete albums – Tucky Buzzard (1973, originally released on Passport) and Allright on the Night (1973, originally released on Purple) – by British hard rockers Tucky Buzzard on one compact disc.
An investigation into the sexual abuse of undocumented women in the service industry. The film examines allegations of abuse across the janitorial industry, and how the government, law enforcement and companies fall short in dealing with the problem.