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Description: Second of nine volumes presenting of some of the greatest moments of speeches, performances and backstage moments of the annual Rock and Roll Hall of Fame ceremonies. Footage was culled from the RockHalls archives and represent 24 years of events.
Description: 1886 ver in 5 acts. Recorded live on 14 and 17 June and 3 July. Royal Opera House production of Verdi's 'Don Carlo'. The highlight of the 2007/8 season, this lavish production is staged by National Theatre director Nicholas Hytner, conducted by Antonio Pappano, and sees Rolando Villazon and Marina Poplavskaya performing the starring roles.
Description: Live performances from the 2013 Difficult Rock Calling Festival at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London. Also contains backstage interviews with some of the artists involved.
Description: This is the definitive video biography of rock 'n roll legend Buddy Holly. Produced and hosted by former Beatle, Paul McCartney, contains interviews with Keith Richards, Phil and Don Everly, Sonny Curtis, Jerry Allison, Holly's family, and McCartney himself, among others.
Description: Unusually elaborate for a PRC film, Minstrel Boy is a lively musical drama built around the talents of veteran vaudevillian Benny Fields. The star is cast as Dixie Man Johnson, who rises from the ranks of minstrel shows to become a top Broadway attraction. On the opening night of his best scene triumph, Dixie Boy's wife dies in childbirth. Profoundly shaken, he walks out of the show, leaving the baby to be raised by his showbiz pals Mae and Lasses White (Gladys George, Roscoe Karns). The child grows up to be an pretty young girl called Caroline (Judy Clark), who follows in her dad's footsteps by billing herself as-that's right-Dixie Woman Johnson. This leads to a tearful reunion between Caroline and the father she'd long assumed to be dead. If Minstrel Boy seems at times to be a dress rehearsal for Columbia's The Jolson Storyline (1946), it shouldn't surprising: the PRC movie was directed by Joseph H. Lewis, who went on to helm Jolson Story's musical highlights.
Description: Frankie Foster and Stanley Benson are a pair of small-potatoes performers. Both test to create it to the big-time after winning an amateur talent contest. Though this leads them to a several professional gigs, something is missing from their act and they are not popular. Believing a tiny money will boost their career, Frankie heads for Washington, D.C. to see if her wealthy father will support them. En route Frankie is mistaken for the wife of the well-known pilot Johnny Pearson and ends up in his suite having to pretend she is his spouse. When the pilot meets her, romantic sparks fly.
Description: As dancer Ginny Walker performs on stage, a veiled girl in the audience stands up, accuses Ginny of stealing her husband and then fires a gun at her. After Ginny collapses and is taken to her dressing room, the woman, Julia Westcolt, a mate of Ginny's, dashes backstage, discards her veil, and then congratulates her mate on their successful publicity stunt. When Ginny's press agents, Gus Crane and his son Junior, visit their client backstage, she brags about her feat and chides them for not being more constructive in promoting her. Horrified at Ginny's brashness, Junior, a conservative Harvard graduate, chastises her and leaves the room.
Description: In 1979 and 1980, three globe renowned guitarists, John Mc Laughlin, Paco De Lucia and Larry Coryell, formed a guitar super-trio and toured Europe. This is the recording of their performance live at Royal Albert Hall.
Description: Filmed live during Morrissey’s most intimate gig in decades at the Hollywood High School in Los Angeles on 2 March 2013, this is the first authorised Morrissey movie for nine years and marks 25 years of the solo career of one of the world’s most iconic and enigmatic performers. The movie opens with fanatics talking about their unwavering devotion to the singer and the special appeal of this unusual venue – a striking contrast to the sold out arena concert at the Staples Center on the previous night. Tickets to the concert in the 1,800-seater school auditorium were sold out in 12 seconds and this actually legendary concert became Morrissey’s penultimate performance on the US Tour. Featuring many classic tracks from the artist’s prolific repertoire including Meat Is Murder, Daily Is Like Sunday, Please, Please Please Allow Me Receive What I Wish and The Man With The Thorn In His Side, Morrissey 25: Live is an unmissable cinema happening for fanatics worldwide.
Description: Two of most renowned portuguese musicians, Carlos do Carmo and Bernardo Sassetti, from the jazz, joined together in 2010 for a special musical production. Carlos do Carmo is a nice fado singer, while Bernardo Sassetti is a nice jazz piano player. Their joint performance is a special and wonderful blend of fado and Jazz.
Description: A grown-up Jane Withers is joined by a entire slew of former kid stars in the lightweight Republic musical Johnny Doughboy. Withers capably essays the part of a teenaged film star who tires of the spotlight and runs away from Hollywood. Adopting an alias, she joins "The Junior Win Caravan", a group of youthful USO performers. She also pursues a romance with much-older playwright Henry Wilcoxon, only to be (deliberately) disillusioned by the man. Among the juvenile favorites making cameo appearances in Johnny Doughboy are Bobby Breen, Baby Sandy, Butch & Buddy, Cora Sue Collins, Robert Coogan (Jackie's brother) and ex-"Little Rascals" George "Spanky" McFarland and Carl "Alfalfa" Switzer.
Description: In this musical, a gang of college students decide to enjoy a tiny trick by creating the excellent student. The fictional gal has everything a university would ever want. The problem starts when the campus psych professor becomes determined to meet this girl. If the gang cannot bring her forward, they will be expelled. They hire a Fresh York actress to portray the imaginary woman and all is well at the end. Songs include: "It Seems I've Heard That Song Before," "You're So Nice to Me" "If It's Love," "Man," "Gotcha Too Ta Mee," "You Got to Study, Buddy." All the songs were penned by Sammy Cahn and Jule Styne who went on to become one of Hollywood's top song-writing teams.
Description: In this musical, the second entry in a five-film series, a thrift store owner sells his business and buys a tiny time radio station. He starts looking for sponsors. He finds one with a department shop owner who will only lend him the cash if he will let his daughter, an aspiring tap-dancer and singer, to perform on the air. This is unfortunate as she is tone-deaf. To compensate, the owner hires a true singer to dub the daughter's voice. The singer and the owner's nephew fall in love and mayhem ensues. Songs include: the Oscar nominated "Who Am I?," "Swing Weak Sweet Rhythm," "In The Cool of the Evening," "Make Yourself at Home," "The Swap Store Song," "The Trading Post," "Sally," "Ramona," "Sweet Sue," "Dinah," "Margie," and "Mary Lou."
Description: In his last movie assignment, portly Walter Connolly fills the game role (in more methods than one) in The Nice Victor Herbert. Very tiny of Herbert's life storyline is incorporated in the screenplay (a closing game now apologizes for the film's paucity of cold difficult facts); instead, the writers let the famed composer's works to speak for themselves. In the tradition of one of his own operettas, Herbert spends most of his time patching up the shaky marriage between tenor John Ramsey (Allan Jones) and Louise Hall (Mary Martin). Many of Herbert's most popular compositions are well in evidence, including "Ah! Sweet Mystery of Life", "March of the Toys" and "Kiss Me Again", the latter performed con brio by teenaged coloratura Susanna Foster. Evidently, the producers were able to safe the movie rights for the Herbert songs, but not for the scene productions in which they appeared, which may explain such bizarre interpolations as having a song from Naughty Marietta.
Description: Dorothy Lamour and Ray Milland, a famous Paramount screen squad specializing in south-sea extravaganzas, don "civilized" garb (at least briefly) for Tropic Holiday. Lamour plays a Mexican senorita, while Milland is a visiting American screenwriter. Since we know where this is going, our attention is deflected each so often by comedy relief Bob "Bazooka" Burns and Martha Raye, who are frankly more watchable than the leads. Also on hand is Mexican musical star Tito Guizar, who was still packing 'em in for his concert tours of the 1980s. Tropic Vacation contrives to remove most of Dorothy Lamour's clothing before the fade-out, just so we remember who's top billed around here.
Description: In this musical comedy, a crooked record producer uses his mob connections to force performers to do their stuff. The problem really starts when the gangster's strong-arm strategies nearly cause a singer to lose his fiancée. A wide tons of entertainers appear including cowboy crooner Gene Autry, baseball character Joe DiMaggio, and large band stars Cab Calloway, Ted Lewis, and the Kay Thompson Singers. Songs contain "Mamma I Wanna Create Rhythm," "Manhattan Merry-Go-Round," "Heaven?," "I Owe You," and "It's Round-up Time in Reno."
Description: This light-hearted musical romance follows the exploits of Nikki Martin (Lily Pons), a pretty French opera star who stows away on an ocean liner in hopes of escaping her jealous fiancee. Once aboard, she joins an American swing band and falls in love with its leader (Gene Raymond), who, after hearing her sing, eventually comes to reciprocate her feelings. That Woman From Paris received an Academy Award Nomination for Greatest Sound, and contains musical highlights such as, "Seal It With a Kiss," "The Blue Danube," "Una Voce Poco Fa," and "The Call to Arms." Directed by Leigh Jason, this film also details actors Mischa Auer, Frank Jenks, Lucille Ball and Jack Oakie.
Description: The "Caliban-Ariel" romance of fiftysomething John Barrymore and teenager Elaine Barrie is spoofed in this delicious 20th Century Fox musical. Adolphe Menjou plays the Barrymore counterpart, a loose-living film star with a penchant for wine, women, and more wine. Alice Faye plays a nightclub singer hungry for publicity. Her agent (Gregory Ratoff) arranges a "romance" between Faye and Menjou. Eventually Faye winds up with Michael Whalen, allowing Menjou to continue his blissful, bibulous bachelorhood. Sing, Baby, Sing represented the feature-film debut of the Ritz Brothers, who are in top form in their specialty numbers--and who are awarded a final curtain call after the "The End" title, just so the audience won't forget them (The same device was used to introduce British actor George Sanders in Fox's Lancer Spy ).
Description: Canary-voiced man wonder Bobby Breen once more croons his method into our hearts in Create a Wish. While vacationing at a boys' camp, the rambunctious Breen befriends famed composer Basil Rathbone. Stuck for an inspiration for his recent operetta, Rathbone at last finds it when he meets Breen's superb mother Marion Claire, a famous singer. Alas, her stiff-necked fiance Ralph Forbes refuses to let her to return to the stage, whereupon Rathbone spirals into a depression -- and even worse, a profound situation of writers' block. But Little-Mister-Fixit Breen manages to patch up everything just in time for Claire to debut in Rathbone's recent masterpiece. Offering much-needed comedy relief are Henry Armetta, Leon Errol and Donald Meek as a trio of parasitic would-be songwriters. Create a Want was based on a storyline by Gertrude Berg, of "Molly Goldberg" fame.
Description: Warner Baxter plays the ambitious producer of a burlesque present who rises to the large time on Broadway. Alice Faye is the loyal burleycue singer who supports create Baxter a success. His head turned by sudden fame, Baxter falls under the spell of a society girl (Mona Barrie) who has theatrical aspirations of her own. She marries Baxter, then convinces him to produce a string of "artistic" plays rather than his extravagant musical revues. The plays are flops, and the girl haughtily divorces Baxter. Faithful Alice Faye, who'd gone to London when her ex-beau was married, returns to the penniless Baxter. She and her burlesque buddies squad up to pull Baxter out of his rut and place him on top again.
Description: For the first time ever on DVD! See your favourite ponies in a brand-new, live-action magical musical recorded live on stage! Pinkie Pie and her mates are planning the World's Largest Tea Party and each pony has promised to bring something unique to create the celebration positively perfect. As Pinkie Pie arrives at the party, she realizes that she forgot something very necessary - the tea! Will the ponies be able to save The World's Largest Tea Party? This interactive musical production details fun and exciting sing-along songs that encourage dancing and participation! Join Pinkie Pie, Rainbow Dash, Rarity the Unicorn and all your pony mates as they learn that teamwork and real friendship everytime come to the rescue!
Description: At the Ryman is a 1992 live album by Emmylou Harris and her then-newly formed acoustic backing band, The Nash Ramblers, recorded at the Ryman Auditorium, most famously known as the onetime home of the Grand Ole Opry. This video contains interviews with the artists and live performances from the album.
Description: 01. West Song 02. Movie III 03. Musique pour Gabrielle 04. Jam 3 05. By foot from 06. Hello 07. Monsieur Piment 08. Groove 09. Oiseau 10. CB/Vox 11. Battayum 12. Ratchakay 13. Le sacre 14. My tiny luck 15. Worries 16. Dit-elle + Premium Interview
Description: The Nice Escape Crack In The Ice Don't Forget To Breathe Town Of Lanterns Riding The Tide What If? One Last Au Revoir Burning Down Serenity Valley Of The Lords Crying For Support IV The Eyes Of Lara Moon Ghost In The Firewall Rapture The Ghost Walks Bedlam Fayre The Tinder Box The Visitor Solomon Crying For Support VII Ascension
Description: 03:28 Hallelujah Goat 06:50 A Fresh Day 11:00 Guitar Gangster and Cabillac Blood 14:55 Pearl Hart 18:15 Heaven nor Hell 22:32 Ring of Fire (Johnny Money Cover) 23:53 Sad Mans Tongue 28:01 Lola Montez 33:03 16 Dollars 36:50 Mary Ann's Zone 41:09 Keine Lust (Rammstein Cover) 41:55 Breaking the Law (Judas Priest Cover) 43:19 Raining Blood (Slayer Cover) 44:00 Dead But Rising 47:23 Fallen 52:58 Maybellene I Hofteholder 56:25 The Hangman's Body Count 1:02:10 Still Counting 1:09:00 Doc Vacation
Description: Old rockers, like soldiers, never die, they only pass away. Well, Erik Clausen turns nostalgia into a vivid tribute to the moods and manners of the 1950s Danish Rock'n Roll by picking up a group of dispersed fellow bandsmen from wherever life and fate have left them stranded to have them revive their group and relive the nice old days. A spirit of social solidarity permeates throughout.
Description: Recorded in 1992 at the Ludwigsburger Schlosstheater, this release from Art Haus Musik details a performance of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's two-act opera Die Zauberflote. The production stars Deon Van Der Walt as Tamino and Ulrike Sonntag as Pamina and contains melody by The Ludwigcburger Festspiele
Description: Mike Oldfield Concert at Nottingham Thetre Royal on 9/8/1981. Song list: - Platinum (extract); - Tubular Bells part 1 (extract); - Tubular Bells part 2 (extract); - Mirage; - Ommadawn part 1.
Description: The Live Style 2006 tour lasted from August 13, 2006 to November 23, 2006 and marked the 15th anniversary of her career. The set list included many of her b-side singles and is as follows: - Violet Sauce - Handle Me - Without Me - Fish - A Walk in the Park - Tell the Word - Place 'Em Up - Alarm - No More Tears - Strobe - Exist for You - Four Seasons - Ningyo - Lovin' It - Drive - Woman Talk - Can't Sleep, Can't Eat, I'm Sick - Do or Die - Uh Uh... - How To Be a Woman - Wish Me, Wish Me - Shine More - The Speed Star - Body Feels Exit - Chase the Possibility - Can't Sleep, Can't Eat, I'm Sick (remix).
Description: Mike Oldfield's concert for the Rockpop present in Dortmund, Germany. December 20th, 1980. Song list: - Taurus 1 - Sheba - Platinum - Tubular Bells part 2 (excerpt) - The Sailor's Hornpipe - Tubular Bells part 1
Description: Beneath Fresh York City’s Maritime Hotel, under the paper lanterns and vaulted ceilings of the Japanese-themed Hiro Ballroom, British neo-soul star Corinne Bailey Rae gave her fanatics a unique treat: an intimate performance showcasing her fresh hit album, The Sea, seven weeks before its release. [S02-E04] I Lost You Blame It On Cain interview 1 Dr. Watson, I Presume Terrible Borrowed Dress A Slow Drag With Josephine Jimmie Standing In The Rain interview 2 The Spell That You Cast That’s Not The Part Of Him You’re Leaving National Ransom interview 3 Stations Of The Cross Sulphur To Sugarcane Leave My Kitten Alone
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Right from begin with 'The Sun Everytime Shines On TV' to the end with 'Take On Me' this is a rocky experience. The track listing is perfect; 'The Sun Everytime Shines On TV' is a excellent starter with it's exciting beginning. I also think that the director, Lauren Waaktaar-Savoy supports making this video to a almost religious experience for a clever a-ha fan. I really felt satisfied after watching this video and I think that the highlights are 'The Sun Always...', 'Cry Wolf', 'Touchy!', 'Early Morning' and of course the excellent ending with 'Take On Me'. I like the editing of Waaktaar-Savoy when she shows the dancing couple to the final song.
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