Released: The Human Rights Concerts 1986-1998 (6 DVD Set)
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6 DVDs packed with historic live concert performances and extra features!
1986: A Conspiracy of Hope
5 hours including over 50 songs by U2 The Police Peter Gabriel, Bryan Adams Joni Mitchell Miles Davis Jackson Browne Joan Baez & Aaron Neville Joan Armatrading Lou Reed and more!
1988: Human Rights Now!
3 hours including 19 songs by Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band Sting Peter Gabriel Youssou N Dour Tracy Chapman and more!
1990: An Embrace of Hope
71 minutes including 10 songs by Sting Sinead O'Connor Jackson Browne Peter Gabriel Wynton Marsalis and more!
1998: The Struggle Continues...
2 1/2 hours including 28 songs by Radiohead Bruce Springsteen Jimmy Page & Robert Plant Alanis Morissette Peter Gabriel with Youssou N'Dour Tracy Chapman and more!
Other performers include:
Bob Geldof Third World The Hooters Peter, Paul & Mary Steven Van Zandt Ruben Blades Howard Jones The Neville Brothers Inti-Illimani New Kids On The Block Asian Dub Foundation Kassav' Shania Twain Carlos Santana and Fela Kuti.
Companion material includes:
32 individual segments (totaling 4¾ hours) of companion content
In-depth documentary about the concert series featuring new interviews with Bruce Springsteen, Sting, Bono, Peter Gabriel, Pete Townshend and more
Exclusive new 20-minute interview with Bruce Springsteen
Exclusive new 20-minute interview with Sting
Peter Gabriel's home movies of 1986 tour - including backstage scenes and legendary late-night all-star jam!
Interviews and Amnesty testimonials featuring major music & movie stars
Additional stage and studio performances for Amnesty (1979-2012) by Bono, Jeff Beck, David Byrne, Coldplay, Green Day, Mumford & Sons, Ozzy Osbourne, Joe Perry, Damien Rice, Seal, Pete Seeger, Sting & The Secret Police, Pete Townshend, John Williams and Evan Rachel Wood
Included on EW s Must List: An appropriately epic box set. Entertainment Weekly, Nov. 1, 2013
Lovely. USA Today, Nov. 5, 2013
One of the most influential benefits and consciousness-raising events in the history of charitable activities. New Jersey Star-Ledger, Oct. 9, 2013
Top Customer Reviews
A high point of my lifetime of attending concerts was the Amnesty Concert in Philadelphia. Re-watching these concerts brings back great memories. The video quality is very VHS, but it seems to increase the awesome. At one point Martha Quinn audio interrupts Peter Gabriel's performance.
A memory I have is Tracy Chapman singing "Don't Give Up" with Peter Gabriel, but I haven't found it on this set. Too bad, as it was an epic point for me. Included, though, is the equally excellent "The River" with Sting and Springsteen.
one who supports Amnesty International and who loves great music.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
great service. great dvd set.
great stuff from a while ago.
i got this for my dad for his birthday and he really liked it!Published 12 months ago by Jesse Johnson
Glad this was a gift. Poor video quality - before the days of HD.
While there were some very good performances, this package seemed like an overpriced miss to me.
Good for us, of course, particulary in the Chilean case (the edition include an abstract of that two wonderfull days in 1990). Read morePublished 23 months ago by B. Edwards
I remember all these events when they happened and I love that I can relive them again..... So many great artists and such a worthy cause !!Published 24 months ago by redryder44
Great quality and a good mix of interviews and performances, the only reason I didn't give it 5 stars is I was hoping for more Bruce but you can never get enough Bruce!Published on January 28, 2014 by Ivan mackay
Great concert. Great DVD! This is full of musical memories. A great addition to any musical library. If you live music, you will love this!Published on January 20, 2014 by John S. Smith