On 20 November 2007, a 20th anniversary edition of The Joshua Tree was released. Three-disc box set came with bonus audio CD and DVD. The bonus DVD features live concert footage, a documentary, and two music videos. The disc includes Live from Paris, an 85-minute concert from 4 July 1987 that was originally broadcast on British television in celebration of the 25th anniversary of Island Records. It was later released as a live album through the iTunes Store in July 2008; three cover songs are excluded from both releases of the concert. The documentary, titled Outside It's America, was a 1987 MTV production about The Joshua Tree Tour. The two music videos are an alternate version "With or Without You" and the previously unreleased video for "Red Hill Mining Town". Footage of U2's alter ego country band, The Dalton Brothers, is included on the disc as an Easter egg.
This Classic Albums feature on The Joshua Tree is a fantastic look into the production of the legendary album. The new interviews with Bono, the Edge, Adam Clayton, Larry Mullen, Daniel Lanois, Brian Eno, and Flood are very warm and filled with personality and information. The highlights are the conversations with Edge, where he plays guitar along with "With or Without You", discussing his favorite guitar moments on the song, and when he shares the original demo of "Where the Streets Have No Name" produced in his home. Daniel Lanois (producer) shares his favorite instrumental moments, and Bono seems actually humble throughout (an amazing feat, it must have been done in editing).
From Hanna-Barbera's animated series depicting the tales of the bible, "Joshua and the Battle of Jericho" tells the tale of Joshua's leadership and determination to follow his God. The story demonstrates Joshua leading the Hebrews through a battle with the Canaanites, who built a wall to prevent them from passing through to the Promised Land.
Following a stellar career that found him commanding some of the world's finest ships, Joshua Slocum embarked on journey far different from any he'd ever taken before, setting out to become the first person to single-handedly sail around the world. Explore the fascinating life of this seaman adventurer with this award-winning documentary that chronicles everything from his childhood in Nova Scotia to his mysterious disappearance in 1909.
Part period melodrama, part film noir, part 50s road movie "JOSHUA TREE, 1951" is a portrait of screen legend and outsider icon James Dean as you have never seen him before. The film is written & directed by Matthew Mishory and starring James Preston (ABC’s The Gates), Dan Glenn, Dalilah Rain, and Edward Singletary, Jr.
Jazz saxophonist extraordinaire Joshua Redman blends bebop and big-band sounds in this HDNet concert video that also features an in-depth interview with the innovative artist. Backed by his groovin' Elastic Band, Redmond peppers the show with selections from his 2005 album "Momentum." The six-song set includes "Double Jeopardy," "Put It in Your Pocket," "The Crunge," "Saba," "Shut Your Mouth" and "B.O.B."
As the story begins, we learn that the Israelites-under the leadership of Moses-have been wandering the wilderness for forty years. Now, they are about to enter the Promised Land. But Moses will not be going with them. His time has come to join God in Heaven. And so, a young man named Joshua is appointed to take Moses' place. Like Moses, Joshua realizes that nothing can be accomplished without God's help. The Lord rewards Joshua for his faith by revealing a plan that will allow the Israelites to take the city of Jericho. As the action unfolds, we witness a series of divine miracles reminiscent of those which allowed the Israelites to escape from Egypt many years earlier. And eventually, we rejoice with them, as they enter the Promised Land.