The band’s first studio album in 17 years, 'God Bless The Go-Go's' was a critical and commercial success, with Billboard praising its' “deliriously buoyant, unadulterated adult-made pop.”
The 28-song set showcases the band delivering high octane performances of their greatest hits and rarities.
The in-depth profile features interviews with all of Wood's fellow Rolling Stones, artist friend Damien Hirst and others.
'Ella Fitzgerald: Just One Of Those Things' and 'Count Basie: Through His Own Eyes' will be issued by Eagle Vision.
The home entertainment release features the film presented in widescreen for the first time, and in over 20 times greater resolution (on 4K UHD blu-ray) than the original DVD release.
For the film, the legendary soprano is accompanied by her band, the Bavarian Philharmonic orchestra, a 50-voice choir and the Ludwig Ensemble of dancers.
With over 600,000 tickets sold, Take That’s Greatest Hits Live trek was one of the biggest tours of 2018.
The collection features the band's entire recorded output, with a bonus disc, 'Flexible Strategies', containing exclusive bonus material of non-album recordings and B-sides.
The show has been fully restored from the original 35mm print to create a new widescreen 4K Ultra HD version.
The track comes from their highly-acclaimed show at London's Meltdown Festival in 2018
Directed by Tim Pope, the film includes the alt-rock legends' landmark, 40th anniversary Meltdown and Hyde Park concerts from 2018.
Released on a variety of formats, the much-anticipated new set is released through Eagle Vision on 20 September.
Copeland's film offers a unique, insider’s view on touring with fellow band members Sting and Andy Summers.
The release captures a complete 1998 show from the final leg of the band's year-long tour in support of the 'Bridges To Babylon' album.
The trek kicks off in Jacksonville, Florida on 3 May and concludes in Uncasville, Connecticut on 19 May.