Nobody expected Led Zeppelin to rock the house as hard as they did when the 3 surviving members, along with deceased drummer John Bonham’s son Jason on drums, played a reunion concert in 2007. But the old bastards and young Bonzo in fact tore the roof off London’s O2 arena. This 4-disc box set includes the 16 live classics they played that night plus an acclaimed HD concert film.
For five generations the Busch family has been building Anheuser-Busch and the Budweiser brand into one of the biggest names in American marketing. This book by acclaimed journalist William Knoedelseder explores the incredible familiy wealth, power, scandal and drama of America’s biggest beer empire.
If it weren’t for the superheroes dreamed up in the 1930s for the pages of early DC Comics, Hollywood would’ve dried up and blown into the Mojave by now. At 416 pages, The Golden Age of DC Comics (1935-1956) is one in a series from Taschen Books that explores the origins of comics’ most enduring legends like Superman, Batman, & Wonder Woman.
American history is a mess and our history books don’t tell the half. Filmmaker Oliver Stone and historian Peter Kuznick have teamed up to revise the rosy picture of our country’s past by shining a light on the dark underbelly of American militarism and imperialist policy. This book is a companion to the new Showtime series of the same name, which began last night.
National Geographic has the best photos in the world. This massive new photography book features 352 pages of the magazine’s most iconic & incredible images as well as the amazing stories behind the photos from the last 125 years. There’s possibly some nudity in there, too. You hope.
One of the last true American outlaws, country-western-folk-rock legend Willie Nelson is a man who has always spoken his mind and lived life in a way that he saw fit—regardless of the laws or pressure from the man. This rambling autobiography takes readers inside the life and times of a man to whom rebellion, show business and stoner storytelling have been a way of life for over 40 years.
This is the first authorized Springsteen biography in 25 years and The Boss himself granted acclaimed music writer Peter Ames Carlin unlimited access to his family, his band, and his private inner circle. Years of research and interviews went into the making of this book that paints a sweeping portrait of one of America’s most beloved rock legends.
Considered by movie buffs and top 10 lists to be the creepiest movie ever made, this enhanced Criterion Collection Blu-ray edition of Roman Polanski’s 1968 psycho-thriller classic is available now, just in time for your Halloween horror show.
What the hell is a Zagat anyway? When it comes to reliable restaurant recommendations, rankings by anonymous experts are as useless as Yelp. To guide you to the goods, this book applies the expertise of master chefs. From bargains to fine dining, 400 of the world’s best, like Heston Blumenthal, René Redzepi and David Chang will show you where to go.
50 of Warner Bros’ best movies on Blu-ray ought to get you through the long, cold winter. From Gone With The Wind to A Clockwork Orange to Full Metal Jacket to The Exorcist to The Hangover and beyond, it’s a full-spectrum collection of award-winning classics ranging from 1932 to 2010.