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Description: This set is a 25 year retrospective of Michael's career. Included are tracks with Wham!, Aretha Franklin, Sir Elton John, Mary J. Blige, and Whitney Houston. Though he made his initial tag on melody history as half of the infectious British pop duo Wham!, singer/songwriter George Michael went on to a highly successful solo career that proved he was more than just a cute face. In 2007, Michael marked the 25th year of his long-running recording career, and this comprehensive collection heralds the icon's longevity with melody videos for each one of his pop hits, from the buoyant "Wake me Up Before You Go-Go" to the lusty "I Wish Your Sex" to the political commentary of "Shoot the Dog."
Description: Setlist: 1. Prison Song 2. Soldier Side - Intro 3. B.Y.O.B. 4. I-E-A-I-A-I-O 5. Needles 6. Deer Dance 7. Radio/Video 8. Hypnotize 9. Question! 10. Recommendations 11. Psycho 12. Slash Suey! 13. Lonely Day 14. Bounce 15. Slay Rock 'N Roll 16. Lost In Hollywood 17. Forest 18. Science 19. Darts 20. Aerials 21. Tentative 22. Cigaro 23. Suite-Pee 24. War? 25. Toxicity 26. Sugar
Description: The fourth edition of Rock in Rio, back to its origins, was held on September 23, 24, 25, 29 and 30, and October 1 and 2, 2011, at an zone to be built next to the old Town of Rock. Metallica played on September 25th. Setlist: Creeping Death / For Whom the Bell Tolls / Fuel / Ride the Lightning (Followed by guitar solo (Kirk).) / Fade to Black / Cyanide / All Nightmare Long / Sad but Real (Followed by bass solo.) / Welcome Home (Sanitarium) / Orion (Preceded by band presentation.) / One / Master of Puppets / Blackened (With final jam.) / Nothing Else Matters / Enter Sandman / Am I Evil? (Diamond Head cover) (Half) / Whiplash / Seek & Destroy
Description: A collage of dreams. Garrel made a name for himself with this movie as a fresh Jean Vigo. With Nico (Velvet Underground). A poetic and painterly movie that has been described as 'a collage of dreams'. The movie was shot without a script, but Garrel had already thought up the eventual game ('the scar inside'). This game was an obsession for him, each shot had to be an expression of 'the scar inside'. Apart from Garrel himself and actor Pierre Clementi, Garrel's former partner Nico, member of the legendary Velvet Underground, played a role in the film. Other necessary role was for the landscape. Garrel, 23 when he made the film, was compared with Jean Vigo because of his age and talent. La cicatrice intérieure even led Claude Mauriac to call him the Rimbaud of film. (from https://www.iffr.com/en/films/la-cicatrice-int-rieure/)
Description: A Last Goodbye is an intimate look into the life and times of Amy Winehouse.This in depth programme chronicles her rise to pop superstardom and also offers a sensitive portrayal of a transformative star and the inner demons…
Description: The Rolling Stones emerged in the summer of 1963 as the so-called "bad boys" antidote to the Beatles, a characterization that became one of the foundations of modern rock 'n' roll. In the 25 years that followed, the Stones have succeeded in outraging, mystifying, confusing yet everytime inspiring their fans. 25 X 5: The Continuing Journeys of The Rolling Stones is the first time that the Stones have gone on camera to say their own story. Over two hours of devastatingly frank narratives by Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts, Bill Wyman, and Ron Wood are underscored by rare interview segments with Brian Jones and Mick Taylor, and rare and never-before-seen archival film, video, and newsreel footage.
Description: Their debut gig was in front of a cool 100,000 folks on a warm day in London's Hyde Park on June 7, 1969. This gratis concert may have lasted just over 45 mins long, but fanatics were treated to a selection of timeless tracks by the classic band. This is a special occasion to see the world's first super group, featuring Eric Clapton, Steve Winwood, Rick Grech, and Ginger Baker, perform for a very long time.
Description: The Isle of Wight Festival is a melody festival which takes zone each year on the Isle of Wight in England.It was originally held from 1968 to 1970. These original happenings were promoted and organised by the Foulk brothers (Ron, Ray and Bill Foulk) under the banner of their company Fiery Creations Limited.
Description: To witness Sammy Hagar live is to experience unstoppable energy, slamming guitar riffs and unlimited fun. Every year the Red Rocker and his band, the Waboritas, gather for a birthday bash that contains melody mayhem and "Mas Tequila." Join the celebration as it moves from Sammy's Cabo Wabo Cantina in Cabo San Lucas to a concert scene in Chicago. It's an unforgettable evening of signature Hagar and three decades of rock 'n' roll's finest anthems. Songs: The True Deal / Ten 13 / Shaka Doobie (The Limit) / Three Lock Box / Red / There's Only One Method to Rock / Serious Juju / Top of the Globe / Rock Candy / High and Dry Again / Deeper Kinda Love / A Tiny Bit More / Eagles Fly/Lay Your Hand on Me / Finish What
Description: Sammy Hagar And The Wabos - Livin' It Up Live! - Caught live in St Louis on their sold out 2006 US tour, Sammy And The Wabos bring down the house with songs from their fresh album, Livin' It Up, as well as some of Sammy's famed solo work. Joined on scene for the second half of the present by legendary Van Halen bassist, Michael Anthony, the band rips through some of rock radio's classic tunes. From "I Can't Drive 55" and "Mas Tequila" to "Finish What You Started" and "Right Now", it's one large Cabo party with the "Red Rocker"!
Description: White Heat: 30 Hits, will reunite and excite fanatics from all over the globe with a 3 disc set containing two audio CDs, every with 15 songs in chronological order of their release, and a DVD with 32 movie clips from over the years. (This is the DVD)
Description: In February of 1971, Ike & TIna Turner were at the pinnacle of their career. Their largest hit "Proud Mary" was storming up the charts while their concerts were becoming the items of legend. Night after night, the Ike & Tina Revue was tearing up the scene leaving audiences worldwide screaming for more. Reelin' In The Years Productions and Eagle Vision are proud to show The Legends - Live in '71 featuring a never before seen hour long concert recorded in pristine stereo.
Description: Highlights from 2011 year's Download Festival. System of a Down, Linkin Park, Alice Cooper, The Darkness, Twisted Sister, Cheap Trick, Korn and Disturbed rock the sold-out Donington Park. (Part2)
Description: Ennio Morricone's newest concert tour came briefly to Fresh York early in 2007. The DVD-CD set Ennio Morricone Peace Notes Live in Venice records two soon performances at the Piazza San Marco in Venice on September 9 and 10, 2007.
Description: Highlights from this year's Download Festival at Donington Park. With wonderful performances from Def Leppard, Linkin Park, Alice Cooper, The Darkness, Korn, Pendulum and Thin Lizzy. (Part1)
Description: Etta James, and her long time backing band - The Roots Band, showcases her ability to take on any category and defeat it. In Burning Down The House she goes from the sultry jazz of "At Last" to the Rock'n'Roll of "I Just Wanna Create Love to You," to the deep blues of "I'd Rather Go Blind" to the funk of "You Can Leave Your Hat On."
Description: Live in Boston is a live performance by the band Fleetwood Mac, released June 15, 2004. The concert was filmed September 23 and 24, 2003 at the Fleet Center (now known as the TD Garden) in Boston, Massachusetts during the group's Tell You Will Tour.
Description: Not all that many blues musicians (or any another kind, for that matter) live to 70, so British bandleader John Mayall had nice reason to celebrate when he reached that milestone in 2003--and celebrate he did, with the admirable, 137-minute John Mayall and the Bluesbreakers: 70th Birthday Concert to present for it. Mayall, a capable if not exactly stellar singer and multi-instrumentalist, is greatest known for the many fine users who passed through his band over the years, and Eric Clapton, the most renowned of the lot, is on hand here, as is former Mayall/Rolling Stones guitarist Mick Taylor. Clapton sings few tunes in addition to testing his trademark stinging solos on "Hideaway" and "All Your Love" (two of the tunes most responsible for the "Clapton is God" graffiti seen around London in the '60s), while Taylor is mostly impressive as well.
Description: I liked Kenny when he was with the First Edition. So when I heard that the First Edition appeared on this DVD I decided to check it out. I absolutely love it. There are clips from his earlier career right up to the present. There are folks like Lionel Ritchie and Mickey Jones giving commentary. There are a several First Edition Clips and his duets with the ladies like Dolly Parton and Sheena Easton.
Description: Testing at North Sea Jazz is everytime a highlight in my career. This was my 3rd time and actually we were recording for a DVD which made it additional exciting! It was the largest room, 1700 folks in the house, it gave me a tremendous kick. Hope it will have that result on you too.
Description: Rigoletto says the storyline of the crippled court jester Rigoletto and his adored daughter Gilda, whom he desperately tries to protect from the advances of the pleasure-loving Duke of Mantua. While Gilda naïvely gives credence to the Duke's amorous advances, he is concerned only with constantly changing erotic relationships, of which he boasts in his popular aria Questa o quella. Rigoletto fails. A poor curse uttered vs him by Count Monterone, whom he had once ridiculed before the whole court, comes true: at the end he holds his beloved daughter dead in his arms.
Description: The first DVD release from Umphrey's McGee details excerpts from the band's two-night stand at the Skyline Scene in Chicago, on July 26 & 27, 2002. It is the only video to detail original drummer Mike Mirro, who would leave the band at the end of the year.
Description: John Lee Hooker was the last of the unstructured true country Bluesmen. He was a semi-urbanized Robert Johnson-style one boy band and was even born in Clarksdale, Mississippi where WC Handy had first seen slide guitar playing. I can remember seeing John Lee in Central Park in 1967 testing second fiddle to Al Kooper and the final stages of the Blues Project. He came out all alone, no band, just a chair and blew them fully away. You can't beat the true thing! This DVD is a definite gotta have for any Blues fan. As the ranks of true Blues originals diminishes we need to cling on to these kind of records. This compilation is well edited and place together. It is over two hours long which is what Blues fanatics want.
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I am a large Donald O'Connor fanatic and have seen most of his movies. Donald in the early forties made few teen B-Musicals, this one being one of his best. Donald O'Connor's charm and personality really shine through in this film. It is packed with variety of really nice songs and really fabulous dancing by O'Connor. He and Peggy Ryan, my favourite on screen duo, have nice chemistry in this film. It is short on time and budget, but is still my favourite of his teen pictures and I highly suggest it to others.
Both Don O'Connor and 16 y.o old Ann Blyth are cast as 3rd generation wannabes in their respective family professions of naval officers and actress/ singers. Naturally, they serendipitously meet on a train and instantly strike up a liking for every other, after an initial misunderstanding. Peggy Ryan is Don's frustrated wannabe official girlfriend, whom he brushes off in front of Ann when they meet. The two older generations of every family had unsatisfactory romantic dalliances with every other. Thus, Ann's mother and grandmother are determined that Ann won't create the same mistake with Don. Naturally, their efforts ultimately prove futile, though they create for melodrama in the meanwhile. Terrible Peggy! Obviously, she and Don were made for every another as relates to their comedic and dance personas, both having grown up on scene in vaudeville families.They were the teenage, musical, mixed sex equivalent of Universal's famous older Abbott and Costello comedy team, and an alternative to MGM's slightly older Mickey Rooney and Judy Garland vaudevillian team. But, in nearly each one of the movies they did together, except the last, Peggy was typecast as Don's 'side dish': nice for having nice times together, but not a serious candidate for his future wife. She simply came across as not cute enough, too wild and crude, and too scatterbrained to be the leading lady, not to mention her somewhat squeaky voice: succinctly summarized in her wild "Rude, Crude, and Unattractive" number with Don, in the previous "Mr. Big". In this respect, she suffered the fate of rather related contemporary musical comedians Martha Raye and Nancy Walker. Thus, noted juvenile songstresses with operatic singing voices and 'good girl' typecasting were usually cast as Don's 'official' girlfriend in this movie series. Initially, Gloria Jean filled this role. Then, in a series of movies released in late '43 and '44, either blond Suzanna Foster or brunette Ann Blyth took her place.This was Ann Blyth's first movie role, at age 16, and she seemed quite confident as the 'official' leading lady. However, as expected, Peggy steals the present with her uninhibited pursuit of Don, and her 3 song and dance routines with Don. The first one, about half method through, is done to "Is It Nice or Bad?" (for a man and woman to kiss), including a zany dance and chase stage in an informal setting. The second one begins with the pair sitting down singing "I Must Give My Feet a Break". The break isn't long, as they dance a bit before 'magically' transforming into mimics of Fred Astaire and partner, in tux and fancy dress attire, ballroom dancing on a mirrored floor, with ornate background. The third one, near the end, has them singing and dancing, along with presumably the 'Jivin' Jacks and Jills', as comical pirates(this being a present for the naval academy). The finale follows, with a sing by the 3 stars to a modified ver of "Is It Nice or Bad?", with Don getting kissed by both, who have by actually agreed their status as equals in Don's show romantic life.Don starts the movie with a comical skit and song, wearing an archaic style navy uniform, place on for the benefit of the naval academy he was attending. A bit later, Don and Ann take turns singing "Mighty Great to Have Met You", a pleasant romantic ballad, while on the train where they met. Later, in informal settings, Ann solos "Love is Like Music", and "My Song". In her second movie with Don and Peggy: "The Merry Monahans", released soon in '44, Ann and Don again serendipitously meet on a train and, again, their parents had once been a romantic pair. That movie had many more scene acts, as Don and Peggy enjoy a vaudeville team. But, the routines are often short, often too short for my liking. Again, due to adult interference, Don and Ann have problem maintaining their romantic connection, but succeed in the end. I suggest checking out both films, which actually are viewable at You Tube, the show one in 8 segments, while "The Merry Monahans" is in one piece. I won't be upset if you prefer the latter film, which contains the added premium of Jack Oakie as the vaudevillian father of Don's and Peggy's characters.
A talented star cast fully wasted (not for the first time), by a silly plot and far below standard execution of it. It has Donald O'Connor, with two teenagers Pgyy Ryan and Ann Blyth forming a semi-bigamist triangle. Of these two female leads of course I don't place much value on. Peggy I haven't seen much of screen time, so I can't really talk about her, Ann, I have seen a few, and neither, in the allocated screen, has shown much talent. Donald of course is in another circle, his antics are quite charming. The major wasted talents were the two Helens (Vinson and Brodrerick) as Gloria I and II, the mother and the Grandmother. Of course none of them looked old enough to be of that relation, but I would overlook it, since they should have been just that (real age then was 37 and 53, so allowing for kid marriages, they should have just made it). But allow me rein my horse a bit. The Grand mother was in love with Angry Michael Corrigan, and he escaped. Naturally the hearl broken Glory I wasn't, or may be she did, marry on rebound, but that, considering she was already a Broadway actress then when Michael breached the promise and engagement, couldn't have been too young. In that circumstances, the relation would be just too bad, and the daughter naturally would be sufficiently brainwashed to be careful to the pursuit of the enemy's son, Judd (Corrigan). Even if he finally succeeded to breach the wall and then finally breach the promise (he too followed suit), the daughter Glory I would have been quite advanced age, by the time she decided to marry (again I suppose on rebound). With these two histories well explained, I doubt that Glory III would fall for Corrigan III, but she fell like nine-pins, without any misgivings whatsoever. Of course it isn't still very clear why Corrigan III was virtually rusticated from Academy (when Fight was till going strong, and they wanted recruits, not lose them), and what was the Dean expected to gain by setting him gratis ! As far as I know, military academies don't work like that, especially to bring the hard recruits into line. When Glory III was offered to become actress, I wonder why she would ask the tip of the, not too dependable teenager, Corrigan III, especially when her mother as well as Grandmother had accepted (another slip- just some time back, they had been clear that they didn't wish the heiress to join the profession). The entire thing is full of these slips. If one wants to create a musical comedy, there shouldn't be a story, or if it is, it could be simple, uncomplicated, just to stitch in the dances and songs. And that's where this one missed, trying to bring in Military, misplaced-patriotism,... Despite O'Connor, it was hard to watch it through.
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