1. Bruce Springsteen Live in Barcelona, 2002. The first concert released in its entirety, with a "deliriously insane" crowd.
2. The Grateful Dead and Janis Joplin, Festival Express, 1970. For five days, the bands and performers traveled by train across Canada, performing at each stop.
3. Joey and Rory Country Classics: songs and interviews with the couple, before Rory's tragic diagnosis.
4. Beatles Beat Box. A 15 minute film with press interviews and worldwide footage documenting the rise of Beatlemania.
5. Coachella: a documentary about the music festival, 1999-2005.
6. Queen at Rock Montreal, 1981. The only Queen concert ever recorded.
7. Rage Against the Machine's Battle of Mexico City, 1999. As Rage Against the Machine supported political causes in Mexico, this concert attended by thousands in Mexico City was especially electric.
8. Shostakovich's Symphony No. 5. Written after his earlier works displeased Stalin, did Symphony No. 5 with its rousing final march appease the Communist Party, or is it a secret protest?
9. Audioslave Live in Cuba, 2005. The first American rock band to perform in Cuba, in Havana's the Anti-Imperialist Plaza, whose frontman was the recently deceased Chris Cornell.
10. Prince's music album : you will need a special key on your keyboard to search for this one.
OK, obviously number 10 is false: Qello does not have any Prince videos yet. But it was difficult to find something Qello didn't have, as there are more than 1500 music videos/concerts/documentaries available in dozens of genres, from the 1920s to the 2010s, Duke Ellington to Tiesto.
To get to Qello (pronounced Kwel-oh), go to the library's website, bhplnj.org and click on All Things E, then scroll down to Qello Concerts.