Go Behind-the-Scenes with Six Classic Albums on October 3

New York, NY (September 22, 2006) —Eagle Rock Entertainment—through its wholly owned Eagle Vision subsidiary—is releasing six DVDs from its critically-acclaimed “Classic Albums” series (expect a fall VH1-Classics televised series) on October 3. 

The six masterworks are Steely Dan’s Aja, The Who’s Who’s Next, U2’s The Joshua Tree, Phil Collins’ Face Value, Bob Marley & The Wailers’ Catch A Fire and Meat Loaf’s Bat Out Of Hell. 

What could be more classic than The Who’s Who’s Next? Every cut on this 1971 #1 chart-topper is classic, and remaining on the charts for five straight months. Surviving Who members Pete Townshend, Roger Daltrey and John Entwistle reminisce about the album’s relation to its era, and the circumstances that led to its recording. Also, those who were there and close to the group at the time weigh in with fascinating personal anecdotes, including stories about larger-than-life drummer Keith Moon. There’s hardly-ever-seen concert footage of the early days, and the symmetry behind such songs as “Won’t Get Fooled Again,” “Baba O’Riley” and “Behind Blue Eyes” is dissected and explored. 

Eagle Vision is an imprint of Eagle Rock Entertainment. Eagle Rock is one of the leading independent sources for music audio and audio/visual programming, which it releases worldwide on DVD, CD and other formats, as well as through channels such as television and VOD. Eagle Rock’s mission is to bring music fans high quality music audio and audio/visual content from the broadest range of artists, with superior production, sound and high definition visuals, as well as other historically significant releases. Eagle Vision’s extensive catalog covers every genre of music, the most popular of which are the “Classic Albums” documentary series, which tells the stories behind some of the greatest albums in rock history, and “Live At Montreux,” which features performances from top artists at the legendary Montreux Jazz Festival. 

Eagle Vision, Eagle Records, Eagle Media and Eagle Eye Media are also imprints of Eagle Rock Entertainment, Inc. in the U.S., which is a part of Eagle Rock Entertainment, Ltd. The company’s North American headquarters are in New York City. Its corporate headquarters are in London, with offices in Toronto, Paris and Hamburg.