ONCE is a modern day musical set on the streets of Dublin. Featuring Glen Hansard, lead singer of the Irish band "The Frames," the film tells the story of a street musician and a Czech immigrant during an eventful week as they write, rehearse and record songs that reveal their unique love story. Contains 13 original songs written and performed by Glen Hansard and Marketa Irglova, all of which are performed in the film. A collector's edition of the soundtrack was released on 4 December 2007 in the US with additional songs and a bonus DVD with live performances and interviews about the film. The additional songs were two previously unreleased Van Morrison covers: Hansard's "And the Healing Has Begun", and Hansard and Irglová's "Into the Mystic".
Incorporating country-style electric guitar into rock, Glen Campbell has deservedly enjoyed mega-star status ever since the late sixties. Now we can all appreciate these early examples of Glen s fine singing and playing talents in this superb 2 disc collection. Some of these tracks are with the Green River Boys
After recently becoming a fan of The Band, I found this album and decided to give it a listen. I had no idea what Watkins Glen was, and i hadn't heard many of the songs that were on this album. After taking the album home I read the cd booklet and found that Watkins Glen was a concert organized by Bill Graham which included The Allman Brothers Band, The Band, and the Grateful Dead.
Live At Metalworks captures performances by Dave Martone and Glen Drover which were streamed live over the internet on September 25, 2011. This show was viewed by over 25,000 people in over 63 countries around the world. Dave Martone (a true modern guitar hero) performs with his band and brings Glen Drover on stage for an encore version of Joe Satriani's "Crush Of Love". Glen Drover (best known for his work in Megadeth) performs with his band and brings Dave Martone back on stage for an encore version of Megadeth's "Symphony Of Destruction" with Glen on vocals. Other set highlights include a version of Frank Zappa's "Filthy Habits"; and "Colors Of Infinity" and "Ascension" from Glen Drover's Magna Carta debut, "Metalusion". The DVD includes both complete sets, as well as bonus video which was never broadcast before.