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Description: After years of separation, the two voices and acoustic guitars that laid the foundation for pop melody were united again to harmonize in London's Royal Albert Hall as thousands of fanatics who flocked to the stage were joined by generations of musicians they inspired, from the Beatles to the Beach Boys. With an all-star band featuring keyboardist Pete Wingfield, guitartists Albert Lee and Martin Jenner and drummer Graham Jarvis, the Everly Brothers sing 20 of their best songs, proving originals are still the best. Songs: Claudette, Walk Right Back, Crying in the Rain, Cathy's Clown, Love Is Strange, When Will I Be Loved?, So Sad (To Watch Love Go Bad), Bird Dog, Be-Bop-a-Lula, Barbara Allen, A Long Time Gone, Step It Up and Go, Bye Bye Love, Wake Up Tiny Susie, Devoted to You, Love Hurts, ('Til) I Kissed You, All I Have to Do Is Dream, Lucille, Allow It Be Me.
Description: On the 6th of december 2008 over 15.000 hardcore fans were a part of the heavy “15 years of Nightmare” event held in the mighty Ahoy venue located in rotterdam. With 5 areas, a heavy line-up of national and international top artists, ear crushing sound systems and very spectacular entertainment this was certainly one of the largest and greatest editions of the “Nightmare” happening to date! This live registration DVD captures all of the nice highlights of “15 years of Nightmare” and combines them into a finished overview of the smashing event, supported with live recorded audio in slamming dolby digital 5.1 quality. From the magnificent performances of the main scene to the classic beats of the oldschool area, everything is featured on this dvd so you can relive the night all over again or receive a taste of what you’ve missed. Either way, “15 years of Nightmare - The live registration” is a gotta have for each die-hard hardcorehead out there!
Description: Richard Eyre’s stunning fresh production of Bizet’s opera was the talk of the city when it was unveiled on Fresh Year’s Eve 2009. Elīna Garanča leads the cast as the iconic gypsy of the title—a girl desired by each boy but determined to remain real to herself. Roberto Alagna is Don José, the soldier who falls under her spell and sacrifices everything for her love, only to be cast aside when the toreador Escamillo (Teddy Tahu Rhodes) piques Carmen’s interest. With dances created by star choreographer Christopher Wheeldon and conducted by rising maestro Yannick Nézet-Séguin, this Carmen brings each aspect of Bizet’s tale to thrilling life, from its lighthearted beginning to its inevitably tragic climax.
Description: Inspired by movies including "Rattle and Hum" and "Endless Summer," Fading West follows Grammy-winning alternative-rock band Switchfoot as they travel the world in find of fresh musical inspiration and excellent waves. Filmed during Switchfoot's 2012 Globe Tour, Fading West charts the creation of the fivesome's upcoming album in its earliest and most unpredictable stages. As the band visits legendary surf breaks in Australia, Fresh Zealand, Africa, and Bali, brothers Jon and Tim Foreman breathe new life into their songs by harnessing the spirit of their surroundings and mining fresh emotional depths. Part rock documentary, surf film, and travelogue, Fading West offers rare glimpses of the longtime surfers on their boards, captures the frenetic energy of their live shows, and portrays a adventure both epic and intimate.
Description: Fresh York chorus woman Cindy Lou Bethany becomes frustrated when she prepares for an audition for a Broadway musical, but the auditions close and her roommate, Gwen Abbott, is hired to be secretary to Top Rumson, the show's financial backer. Gwen says Cindy that the director, Lloyd Lloyd, and composer, Dick Rayburn, have been sent to the South on a talent find for a classic Southern belle kind to star in the show, although their shows usually detail Myra Stanhope, an actress whose style is hopelessly inappropriate for this show. Desperate for work, Cindy returns to her aunt Lily Lou and uncle Jefferson Davis Bethany's home in the South and schemes to receive Lloyd and Rayburn to audition her.
Description: Patch Town, inspired by the award-winning short movie of the same name. After years in a loving home, Jon, a toy, was forgotten, deserted and ultimately betrayed by his adoptive mother. He returns to live a sad life as a worker on the line; a life of factory work and oppression in a zone where hundreds of cabbage babies are born each day. The thankless task of shucking, picking, and processing these newborns to go out into the globe and to their fresh mothers has taken its toll on Jon. With every fresh birth, Jon slips deeper into sadness, lamenting the days when life was nice and he was loved.
Description: 1984 saw the long-awaited reunion of the classic Deep Purple Tag II line-up of Ritchie Blackmore, Ian Gillan, Roger Glover, Jon King and Ian Paice. It was the first time they had been together since 1973. They recorded a brand fresh studio album, 'Perfect Strangers' and headed out on tour. This present was filmed in Melbourne, Australia and is the only full length concert movie of the band at this time. It s a stunning concert with the band in incendiary form. The setlist mixes then fresh tracks from the 'Perfect Strangers' album with favorites from the early seventies culminating in the brilliant 'Smoke On The Water' finale. This is without doubt one of the finest Deep Purple concerts ever filmed and a gotta have for their legions of fans.
Description: On December 8, 2013 we set a globe record by becoming the first and only band in history to perform concerts on all seven continents in under a year! Watch us enjoy for a tiny group of fanatics and research scientists in a tiny dome at the Carlini Argentine Base in Antarctica! Thanks to Coca-Cola for putting it all together and to Burton for keeping us warm!
Description: In Extase' ('In Ecstacy') takes you on a adventure through the fascinating globe of Dance music. House, Techno, Hardcore, Trance, from the underground stage in a squatter's village to the immense Amsterdam Arena filled with 40,000 folks all dressed in white, you'll receive the ultimate insider's experience.
Description: Captain Morgan and his team return from their trip to Australia with a large treasure in the belly of their ship. "Live at the End of the World" documents their highly energetic Melbourne present which took zone in early 2013. Chris Bowes and band show the rabid fanatics with an explosive best-of set including fanatic favourites "Keelhauled", "Shipwrecked" & "Nancy the Tavern Wench". The Pirate Metal sensation fired from all cylinders and played a present that will go down in Metal history!
Description: Len Lye scraped together enough funding and borrowed equipment to produce a two-minute short featuring his self-made monkey, singing and dancing to 'Peanut Vendor', a 1931 jazz hit for Red Nichols. The two foot high monkey had bolted, moveable joints and some 50 interchangeable mouths to convey the singing. To receive the movements right, Lye filmed his fresh wife, Jane, a prize-winning rumba dancer.
Description: English folk artist Kate Rusby performs a selection of Christmas carols and songs. Recorded at Harrogate Royal Hall in December 2012. Songs: 1. Cranbrook; 2. First Tree in the Green Wood; 3. Hark, Hark What News; 4. The Holly and the Ivy; 5. Home; 6. Kris Kringle; 7. Walk the Road; 8. Tiny City of Bethlehem; 9. Here We Come A-wassailing; 10. Terrible Old Horse; 11. Seven Nice Joys; 12. Joy to the World; 13. Sweet Bells; 14. Hail Chime On; 15. The Wren.
Description: Roy returns home to fine a range feud between the cattlemen and the sheepmen. When his mate is killed he finds the rifle had a defective pin. He learns the rifle belongs to a ranch hand called Barker and that a third party has caused the feud. When he captures outlaws trying to blow up a dam, he claims Barker was the killer. But Barker has switched rifles and the outlaws actually accuse Roy and Roy finds himself in trouble.
Description: The Let's Receive to It Tour was the third tour by Australian pop singer Kylie Minogue. The tour was a continuation of the previous Rhythm of Love Tour which had already visited Australia and Asia. Together with five dancers, Minogue staged the tour in help of the album Let's Receive to It. The present comprised an all-new wardrobe created exclusively by John Galliano and few fresh additions to the set list, many of which were written by Minogue herself.
Description: September 10, 2007 at the Teatr Roma Hey second, the Kayah, the artist in Poland appeared on MTV Unplugged concert. The squad presented the audience 17 songs including two covers, the first PJ Harvey, second Iggy Pop. The band played this gig for 15 years of existence. Hey was the only Polish band that played live without electricity for the second time. The first took zone in autumn 1993 in the studio of Radio Lodz. The concert went off quite badly, so Hey was not interested in re this kind of event. Fortunately, they decided to play, who led the first bassist Hey, Martin Macuk. He remembers the first concert Unplugged Marcin Żabiełowicz
Description: The Damned continued to fuel the ardent fires of old fanatics and fresh long after the flames of The Sex Pistols and The Clash had been extinguished. Final Damnation is a testament to their longevity and popularity, reeking as it does of fannish glee. It's essentially a document about the legendary reunion concert at London's City and Country Club in June, 1988, a 17-song set of "chaos music".
Description: Symphonic Selections details reprises of arrangements performed earlier at the Symphonic Minigame Melody Concerts, as well as all fresh scores. Pieces contain The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker, Shadow of the Colossus, Shenmue, Creature Hunter Tri, and Super Mario Galaxy.
Description: Steve Hogarth also known as "h", is the lead vocalist and occasional keyboardist/guitarist with the British rock band Marillion. Live at the Hubs, Sheffield 2nd March 2006.
Description: On 22 September 2007, I played a solo present at the Union Chapel in Islington, London. If you were there, thanks for coming - it was a nice night among many nice nights. It was about as relaxed as I have ever felt on a scene and I'm indebted to all who came.
Description: Considering that Roxette is one of Scandinavia's most successful acts ever, it's about time a documentary on their phenomenal career sees the light of day. And considering that the group played in front of 1.5 million folks in 46 countries during their sensational arrival tour 2011-2012, it's about time for a concert movie that shows where this magnificently rejuvenated group stands today.
Description: Three merchant seamen fleeing the Japanese take refuge on a Pacific island, where they come across a doctor and his daughter who take care of the natives, a hostile tribe that wants to slay the sailors for trespassing on their sacred ground.
Description: Paris By Night 87: PBN Talent Present - Finals is a Paris By Night tool produced by Thuy Nga that was filmed at the Knott's Berry Farm in Buena Park, California on February 10th, 2007. This is the first Paris By Night's Talent Show. This Talent Present consists of Paris By Night 86 - Semifinal and Paris by Night 87 - Final. After the Semi-Final, there are 7 remaining contestants in the final.
Description: Paris By Night 84: In Atlanta - Passport to Melody & Fashion is a Paris By Night tool that was filmed at the Atlanta Civic Center on Sunday, July 2, 2006 and is released to a 2-disc DVD format on Thursday, December 7, 2006; with many territories getting it on Wednesday, December 6, 2006. The Vietnamese translation to the title: Âm Nhạc và Thời Trang. This tool is dedicated to Vietnamese designers and fashion artists.
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Description: Paris By Night 83: Những Khúc Hát Ân Tình is a Paris By Night tool that was filmed at the Charles M. Schulz Theatre at Knott's Berry Farm in Buena Park, California on Saturday, May 27, 2006. It is the first tool to be released to a 3-disc DVD format on Thursday, September 21, 2006.
Description: Paris By Night 85: Xuân Trong Kỷ Niệm (English Translation: A Spring of Memories) is a Paris By Night tool that was filmed at Studio 40 at the Canadian Broadcasting Centre on Saturday, October 21, 2006 and is released to a 2-disc DVD format on Thursday, January 25, 2007, just in time for the Lunar Fresh Year celebrations. It is Thuy Nga's third consecutive Lunar Fresh Year celebrational Paris By Night tool for three years.
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Description: Paris By Night 81: Âm Nhạc Không Biên Giới 2 is a Paris By Night tool produced by Thúy Nga that was filmed at the Terrace Theater at the Long Beach Convention and Entertainment Center in California on Saturday, January 21, 2006, the first present of 2006. It is a direct continuation of Paris By Night 62: Âm Nhạc Không Biên Giới, that was released at the end of 2001.
Description: The storyline starts when a young lady from a tiny city went to Kuala Lumpur to become a singer. She becomes popular and all her fanatics mostly the Indonesian fanatics admire her beauty. She was very nice and become a star, because of that she almost forgot herself, her mother, her family.
Description: Home video of a TV concert special, showing an whole concert from Shania's Come on Over Tour. The present was filmed on September 12, 1998 in Dallas, Texas and aired live on DirecTV gratis of charge. Songlist "Man! I Feel Like a Woman!" "Honey, I'm Home" "You Victory My Love" "Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under?" "You're Still the One" "I Won't Leave You Lonely" "Come on Over" "Love Gets Me Each Time" "I'm Holdin' on to Love (to Save My Life) "When" Medley: "Home Ain't Where His Heart Is (Anymore)" "The Girl in Me (Needs the Boy in You)" "You've Got a Way" "That Don't Impress Me Much" "If It Don't Take Two" "Black Eyes, Blue Tears" "God Bless the Child" "To Daddy" "What Made You Tell That" "No One Needs to Know" "Any Boy of Mine" "Don't Be Stupid (You Know I Love You)" (International Version) "From This Moment On"(The Right Mix) "(If You're Not in It for Love) I'm Outta Here!" "Any Boy of Mine" (Reprise) "Rock This Country!
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I knew tiny of this movie when I sat to watch it, only that it was from Spike Lee, and I was launch to whatever it chose to do. The opening credits recommend seriousness and grit; this is an impression that continues even at the same time as it adds theatrical presentation to the delivery, and rhyming couplets to the dialogue. At this mission I was intrigued by the style as well as the content but as the concepts grew the movie really gets out of control. I am really not sure what the vision for the movie was, and what was said to the cast to draw in so many large names – but I'm guessing various things attracted them since so many of them appear to be in various movies from the others.The movie touches on a lot of serious subjects, but at the same time it tries to involve comedy, musical numbers, sexual farce, and generally odd or misjudged attempts at comedy. The effect is a movie that feels so fully unfocused that it is really hard to stay with it. Being kind, you should describe this wild energy as being enough to carry the viewer along, but I did not search this to be the case. Instead I wanted it to be better – to be worthy of its topics matter and its better elements; but this never came together, and I found it quite frustrating just how messy it was.The starry cast doesn't support because even when they are really good, they are distracting by their fame, as well as the disjointed nature of their individual material. Parris is powerful in the lead, but struggles to search a through-line across all her varying material. Cannon is wholly unconvincing throughout, while Snipes' comedy gangster undercuts the grit of this part of the film. Bassett and Hudson are perfect in their scenes – and it is not their fault that their scenes exist in a movie various from the another scenes. The parade of familiar faces is distracting (Cusack, Jackson, Harris, Chappelle etc), although some are used well. I do everytime play seeing folks from The Wire and Oz, however getting Whitlock Jr. to deliver his most popular line (well, word) was just other misjudged moment.Chi-Raq has a lot of concepts and energy, and it is an experience to watch it for these. However the movie is wildly unfocused and messy, ultimately failing to keep it all together or to deliver a satisfying whole.
Chicago is referred to as Chi-Raq. American losses in Afghanistan from 2001 to today amounts to 2349, in Iraq from 2003 to 2011 amounts to 4424, and Chicago from 2001 to 2015 with 7356 murders. Dolmedes (Samuel L. Jackson) refers to ancient Greek playwright Aristophanes' enjoy Lysistrata. Chi-Raq (Nick Cannon) is a rapper. Lysistrata (Teyonah Parris) is his girlfriend. Cyclops (Wesley Snipes) is a local thug. Irene (Jennifer Hudson) suffers the lost of her kid from a stray bullet. Lysistrata leads a campaign by the girls to withhold sex until the boys stop the violence.Spike Lee takes on a tough subject. The 'solution' is poetic and method too simplistic. I receive the allure of pairing the classic Greek enjoy with the show day reality. If nothing else, he's agitating for a solution to this intractable problem. He's not giving up. As for the film itself, I have a several issues with the cast. John Cusack does not fit as a priest. I agree his Chicago connection and his need to support with this issue. He has never played this kind of role and it's very odd to see him here. The General Lord Kong hero is even worst. He is ridiculous. I don't know what Spike Lee is trying to tell about the military and what connection they have with the murder rate. On the another hand, Jennifer Hudson's presence is powerful. Overall, this is a mix bag but at least, Spike Lee is willing to tackle the trouble like he did so many years ago.
The recent joint from director Spike Lee, is a bizarre experiment for all to see.Told in a brash tone, preaching with a megaphone, promising to create heads roll, And influenced by the writings of old Aristophanes.Lysistrata (Parris) is the main squeeze of Chi-Raq (Cannon), A boy with hopes to rap and plans attacks with and between two rival clans.There's similarities between other two households alike in dignity, Down to the the colors worn during their mutiny.So hopeless is their feud, no faction can collude to end, The violence penned and pent up in the hearts of these men.So too does Lysistrata makes her nihilism known, Until an innocent is slain by a bullet in stray.Plotting with Miss Helen (Bassett) and her sisters to atone, The ladies decide to hold their menfolk at bay.Thus swayed with a solemn oath to end the specter of death, From the roads of the Town with Large Shoulders, The girls of Chicago swear with resounding shibboleth, To go on sex strike until the violence is over.Much like this review, the movie is in rhyme, which can grind, The gears of many not willing to meet it halfway, The characters imbue parody and are unable to find, Balance between the true and distorted morality play.Overwrought with the thoughts and ersatz of bathetic farce, There's still something radical with which several can parse; Like when the gals take the armory, like Greeks to the treasury, The choruses of boys and girls can't support but find, A sincere quest for peace too abstruse for the blind.Thus this movie is a siren's call for peace that could be heard, Even if it is incredibly uneven in places.The sui generis of such a film bends to the absurd, Yet the message is real thus putting me in it's nice graces.There was much hullabaloo about it's offensive fantasy, Minimizing the tragedy of a besieged Windy City.I for one stopped myself from attending a screening, As Chicago is second home thus this treatment is demeaning.Yet firstly, this movie is supposed to be skit and travesty, While the reasons for violence is complex, the act is absurdity! Why not have an expression that typifies the high camp of weak brutality.Why not revel in the message of love, that which comes from above, Below and inside the mourning, healing hearts and souls thereof.There are many reasons to hate: revenge, opportunity, resource, religion, Politics, poverty, power, cash, race and competition.Yet there is only one reason for love.Secondly the source material is Greek in more methods than one, Comprehending the pathos of such a think piece maligned, Appropriates the fields of Thalia, Euterpe and Clio entwined.It's not the who, what, where or when but why, when all is told and done.And how strongly you feel by the tears and blood shed, When all users arrived, sheathed in white, bathed in the glory, Indemnified by a campaign ignited by Leymah Gbowee.They end in the method a comedy should, in jubilation and ascension.A better understanding made possible by an old form.In modernity and convention we're given fresh dimension, With which to understand what's sadly a fresh norm.Manipulative? Simplistic? Sexist? Maybe; Greek comedies are not exactly known for their subtlety.Neither is Lee who hungrily experiments with novelty, Blusters with the voracity of his fresh expression, Not bothered or concerned with the asylum of discretion.He's a maverick through and through, taking risks made bear, By a fresh form first fashioned by the surname Lumiere.It tries, it fails, it gets back up again and wars the nice fight, Using to create right the names of Jackson, Bassett and Snipes.Is this film acropolis or apocryphal? Watch and decide.www.theyservepopcorninhell.blogspot.com
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