For 23 years, Ed Sullivan hosted an American institution, "The Ed Sullivan Show". Every Sunday at 8 o'clock, Americans turned on their televisions to watch his live variety show, not only hoping to catch a glimpse of the established stars of popular music but also to discover new trends and up-and-coming stars. One thing that could be counted on was you'd witness legendary performances that would be riveting to watch and exhilarating to hear. This series of Video releases captures the very best of these performances through the 50s, 60s and 70s.
Rock 'N' Roll Hall of Fame 1. Elvis Presley (Don't Be Cruel) 2. The Beatles (All My Loving) 3. The Beach Boys (Wendy) 4.The Doors (Light My Fire) 5. Creedence Clearwater Revival (Fortunate Son) 6. James Brown (It's A Man's Man's World) Rock Legends: Volume 1 1. Elvis Presley (Hound Dog) 2. James Brown (Papa's Got A Brand New Bag / Got You (I Feel Good) 3. Jerry Lee Lewis (What'd I Say) 4. Buddy Holly (Peggy Sue) 5. Fats Domino (Blueberry Hill) 6. Bo Diddley (Bo Diddley) 7. Elvis Presley (Don't Be Cruel) Rock Legends: Volume 2 1. Elvis Presley (Too Much) 2. Buddy Holly (That'll Be the Day) 3. James Brown (Prisoner of Love) 4. Marvin Gaye (Take This Heart Of Mine) 5. Fats Domino (Let The Four Winds Blow) 6. Jackie Wilson (I'm Cornin' On Back To You)