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Description: The Monterey Jazz Festival was established in 1958 by impressario Jimmy Lyons who has hosted an enormous amount of melody at this idyllic location. Vs this pretty seaside setting in Northern California, one spends a pleasent weekend listening to some of the giants of music.
Description: This Concert movie from 1988 captures the full power of one of the giants of black American melody in performance and, as a bonus, also contains an Interview Mayfield gave at the time to life-long fanatic Paul Weller.
Description: Curtis Mayfield was one of the dominant figures of soul melody for three decades. This performance, filmed at the Montreux Jazz Festival in 1987, finds Curtis on fine form. His distinctive falsetto vocals and fine gutiar testing are evidence on a classic set that spans his career from early Impressions hits such as Gypsy Girl and It's Alright through to his solo classics including Transport On Up, Freddie's Dead (theme from "Superfly"), If There's A Hell Below, We're All Going To Go and Folks Receive Ready.
Description: This programme charts the roller-coaster career of the quintessential sixties group - from the folk stage to international stardom, and to drugs and despair when the '60s dream turned to '70s nightmare.
Description: Cat Stevens gave his final concert at Wembley Arena in London on November 22, 1979, before retiring from music. He had formally converted to Islam nearly two years earlier, taking the fresh name Yusuf Islam. On March 1, 2007, he returned to live performing by staging a concert at the Porchester Hall in London that was taped for a one-hour tool broadcast on BBC1. That present is the main part of this DVD. His beard actually gray and white, Islam combines songs from his arrival album, An Another Cup, with old Cat Stevens favorites.
Description: August 30, 1972, John Lennon and Yoko Ono Backed by The Plastic Ono Elephant's Memory Band, played at Benefit Concert to raise cash for Mentally Handicapped Kids it was their last concer together.
Description: This Doors DVD compiles three movies Live at the Hollywood Bowl, Dance on Fire and The Soft Parade - A Retrospective . The first was filmed live at the Hollywood Bowl in the summer of 1968. The second is a collection of 14 videos, including some rare footage from tv performances. The third contains the Doors' last televised appearance on PBS in 1969 in the aftermath of the infamous Miami concert that resulted in Morrison's arrest for "indecent exposure."
Description: With a catalog of rockin' hits, the melody of Iron Butterfly defined a generation- but one song, and one song alone, made them superstars- In A Godda Da Vida. For the first time in nearly 25 years, Iron Butterfly returns to the scene for the arrival of the century!
Description: Culled from a concert/MTV broadcast recorded at Orlando's Difficult Rock club, Montreal's Easy Plan ably present here why they've bubbled to the top of a crowded package of contemporary punk-pop contenders.
Description: Circus says the storyline of an American called Marion who is banished from the US because a black boy impregnates her. Marion escapes to Russia to begin a fresh life in the circus and joins up with lustful, anti-Russian ringmaster who happens to be in love with her. The ringmaster knows her secret about the black baby and threatens to reveal it unless she marries him. The trouble is that Marion has fallen in love with a Russian acrobat and soon out of sheer jealousy, the ringmaster reveals the identity of the woman's kid in front of the circus audience.
Description: Grateful Dead: Crimson, White & Indigo | Philadelphia July 7, 1989: SET I: 1)Hell In A Bucket, 2. Iko Iko, 3. Tiny Red Rooster, 4. Ramble On Rose, 5. Stuck Inside Of Android With The Memphis Blues Again, 6. Loser, 7. Allow It Grow, 8. Blow Away | SET II: 1. Box Of Rain, 2. Scarlet Begonias, 3. Fire On The Mountain, 4. Estimated Prophet, 5. Standing On The Moon, 6. Rhythm Devils, 7. Space, 8. The Another One, 9. Wharf Rat, 10. Turn On Your Lovelight, 11. Knockin' On Heaven's Door
Description: This live concert from Trenton, Fresh Jersey, at the Patriots Theater featured original Caravan founding members Pye Hastings, Richard Coughlan and David Sinclair, with Geoff Richardson and Doug Boyle (from Robert Plant), among others.
Description: Performance video which includes: Test (Just a Tiny Bit Harder), To Love Somebody, Work Me Lord, Ball and Chain, Piece of My Heart, Combination of the Two, Cry Baby, Say Mama, Transport Over, and Kozmic Blues
Description: Had Judas Priest released just this one album, it would still go down in history. Judas Priest was one of the most influential massive metal bands of the 70's. BRITISH STEEL made them a world-famous band. The welding of BRITISH STEEL is said in this exclusive tool in the band's own words, and by their once long-term producer Tom Allom. Featuring archive footage, interviews and rare live performances, plus all of BRITISH STEEL'S finest songs, including "Living After Midnight", "Breaking the Law", "Metal Gods", "The Rage", "United" and "Grinder", this is a compelling, witty and exhilarating look at the making of one of massive metal's most artful creations, a real Classic!
Description: 1. What Will It Be? 2. Come Closer 3. Sad Song 4. Rainy Day In The Sun 5. Should That Be You? 6. Chinatown 7. Seeds 8. I Wanna Be Your... 9. Not Jealous 10. Ode 11. Business Card 12. One Of These Days 13. Swimmer 14. Somedays 15. Greenest Grass 16. Lalala Love 17. Note On The Door 18. Always 19. Hey Hey Hey! 20. Stronger 21. You Made Me See It
Description: One for the Street is a live concert video by the rock band "The Kinks". It was released in conjunction with a live album of the same name. Many of the bands classic songs are featured, including "You really got me", "Lola" and "Celluloid Heroes"
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Olsen & Johnson go to Universal Studios to movie their successor to Hellzapoppin', while everyone at the studio runs for cover. Since no one at the studio will back them, O&J decide to return to Miracle Pictures to receive their movie started. Since O&J can receive no bankable stars, they decide to do the novel approach of having a movie w/ fresh faces including singer Marjorie Nelson (who happens to catch the eye of director Ed MacLean). When movies creditors search out that O&J's backer is an eccentric sort who thinks he's a millionaire broker, they place an injunction on the film, and its up to Olsen & Johnson to prove their situation in court to save the film. Probably this movie was on the same page w/ the WC Fields film, Never Give a Sucker an Even Break with the plot of the comedian(s) trying to movie the movie. Olsen & Johnson are up to their same antics again, but after the opening stage of the Universal lot running for cover, the movie can't maintain the pace of that stage or what made Hellzapoppin a laugh riot. The musical numbers are nice, but there just seems to be so many in the film, that this is a jukebox movie more than a comedy. Still the movie has many funny moments and is a sure treat. Rating, 7.
When I was only six, my mother and father sent my older brother totake me to watch the Olson and Johnson routine at a Fresh YorkCity nightclub named THE CARNIVAL. I had been aware of theantics of the Three Stooges, Laurel and Hardy and Abbott andCostello, but actually I should see first hand the live slapstick ofinvolved comedy.The movie "Crazy House" is a excellent example of keeping the wild artof modernized slapstick alive on film. It is an modernize of the piethrowing of early silents and the progression from Charlie Chaplinto Charlie Chase. This movie even has tiny roles for all the lesserknown comics of that era. Their roles in this film are much thesame as the bit inserts into "It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Angry World".For those a tiny bit younger than myself, this movie would be calledthe progenitor of "Rowan & Martin's Laugh In", a TV series that ranfrom 1968-1973.All I can tell is, "If you wish to see the visualization of one liners aspresented in the 1940's test and receive to see this film". In the shortwhile, watch "Laugh In" reruns and prep yourself for a look backinto comedy history.
I recently saw this movie with Quentin Tarantino's introduction to this movie on video tape from Trio. Quentin goes on about how Mel Brooks lifted a nice chunk of the premise of this film for Silent Movie. While the primary concept is the same, down on their luck movie makers test to sign large stars for their up coming film, the effects are decidedly different. Brooks played it cute much as a straight film, while Olsen and Johnson used it as an excuse to do silly things with popular people. I prefer the pure insanity of Olsen and Johnson's take.This is one of the greatest movies that Olsen and Johnson ever made, even if it has one really large trouble (which I'll receive to in a minute). This is pure Olsen and Johnson insanity. Its a movie where anything can happen, usually the silliest of all possible options. Its wild and wacky with Olsen and Johnson acting as steam rollers over Hollywood and the studio system. When the comedy is event its a rapid fire collection of jokes and gags that never seem to stop.Or rather stop a bit too often. The one really large trouble I was talking about is that the comedy and the madness stops each couple of mins for a musical interlude. These interludes cute much stop the film dead since any of the momentum thats been built up comes ruining to a halt. Most of the numbers are played straight so its a radical shift in tone that really annoyed the heck out of me. (Actually the numbers aren't terrible they just belong in a various film) I know that the numbers are the effect of this being one of those "studio" movies where everyone in the studio appears partly as part of the story, but also as an advert for themselves and what ever film they are currently promoting. (Hollywood turned these out each actually and again often to mixed results) Melody aside I really like this movie. If you wish to see Olsen and Johnson in nice form this is a nice choice to make.
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