A selection of 2 Meter Sessions is available as Amsterdam Sessions on The Coda Collection on streaming service Amazon Prime Video.
Created in 1987 by radio host Jan Douwe Kroeske, originally called “2 Meter Sessies” and seldom seen outside of the Netherlands, “Amsterdam Sessions” features unique studio performances from a wide range of leading artists given the freedom to play without restraints.
The Coda Collection is a multimedia company founded by a team of legendary musicians, music industry veterans, and entrepreneurs that enables fans to see the most iconic moments and artists in music with a new perspective. Major music and media companies are involved, such as Sony Music Entertainment, Yoko Ono & the Estate of John Lennon, Warner Music’s Rhino Entertainment, Concord Music, and Mercury Studios (Universal Music Group). This way The Coda Collection can offer the exclusive video content of musicians like Bob Dylan, John Lennon, Paul Simon, and Jimi Hendrix. Recently, the channel premiered a film on John Lennon (“24 Hours: The World Of John & Yoko”) and the Dave Grohl documentary “What Drives Us”. The Coda Collection was launched on February 18, 2021 in the U.S.A. and will be expanded into additional territories shortly.