Blue Water Entertainment Joins Allied Vaughn MOD Service

Blue Water Entertainment has joined manufactured-on-demand service Allied Vaughn.

Its first release under the new deal is Rooted in Peace on DVD, Blu-ray and CD soundtrack. In the documentary, filmmaker Greg Reitman invites viewers on a journey to take notice of the world we live in, proactively seek ways to find personal and ecological peace, and stop the cycle of violence. The film relies not only on memoir, but also interviews with such luminaries and activists as Deepak Chopra; music legends Donovan, Mike Love, and Pete Seeger; film director David Lynch; Noble Peace Laureate Mairead Maguire; media mogul Ted Turner; Archbishop Desmond Tutu; green architect William McDonough; and neuroscientist Dan Siegel.

“Blue Water Entertainment tells cinematically compelling, environmentally aware, and empowering stories that make a difference in our world,” according to Allied Vaughn.

The company has a slate of motion pictures, television, documentary, webcasts and development projects.

‘Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Concert: Encore’ Due Sept. 21 From Time Life

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Concert: Encore, featuring live concert events from 2010-2013 induction ceremonies, will be released Sept. 21 in two-disc Blu-ray ($39.99) and four-disc DVD ($34.99) sets from Time Life.

The program includes on-stage reunions, induction speeches and iconic performances from such inductees as Genesis, The Stooges, The Hollies, Tom Waits, Dr. John, Leon Russell, Darlene Love, Freddie King, Donovan, Small Faces/Faces and Heart.

Among the highlights:

  • Canadian power trio Rush performing “Tom Sawyer”and “The Spirit of Radio”;
  • Red Hot Chili Peppers leading an all-star jam session of “Higher Ground”anchored by Slash and Ron Wood;
  • Heart performing “Crazy on You”before being joined onstage by Pearl Jam and Alice in Chains;
  • Alice Cooper performing “Eighteen”and “Under My Wheels”before closing the set with Rob Zombie on “School’s Out”;
  • Donovan joined onstage by John Mellencamp for a performance of “Season of the Witch”;
  • And complete induction speeches from Don Henley inducting Randy Newman, Neil Young inducting Tom Waits and others.