Description: A compilation of melody videos from British alternative band Jesus Jones. Contains the international hits Right Here Right Now, International Bright Young Thing, Database Freako, Who Where Why and Zeroes And Ones.
Description: Palo Santo, a town on a distant planet, on which human beings are a rare commodity, worshipped and idolized by an mobile society. Olly, along with the final humans, is recruited to perform in a series of bizarre erotic cabarets, for an artificial master known only as The Showman.
Description: Norah Jones: Live At Ronnie Scott’s. The 9-time GRAMMY award winning singer and songwriter plays an exclusive sold-out present at the world-famous Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club in London. From September 2017, this wonderfully intimate live performance movie sees Norah accompanied on scene by drummer Brian Blade and bassist Christopher Thomas to form a classic jazz trio. The group enjoy tracks from Jones’ sixth solo album Day Breaks, along with a selection of hits from her extensive catalogue.
Description: Relive the dazzling present stopping songs, dances and production numbers from some of your favourite Broadway musicals. Nice Broadway Musical Moments from The Ed Sullivan Present brings you legendary musical entertainment performed by a galaxy of nice Broadway stars like Ethel Merman in "Annie Receive Your Gun," John Raitt in "Oklahoma!," Julie Andrews in "Camelot," and more! This exciting happening contains exclusive interviews with legends Shirley Jones, Joel Grey, and Rex Reed.
Description: Premium DVD accompanying the unique edition CD "The Film Album". The DVD includes Barbra performing "Wild Is The Wind" & "I'm In The Mood For Love", with excepts from the movies they originate from testing in the background. The Film Album is the thirtieth studio album by American singer Barbra Streisand, released on October 14, 2003, by Columbia Records. Overall her sixtieth release with her record label, it was executively produced by Streisand and her manager, Jay Landers. A idea album, it includes twelve songs from the singer's favourite movies ranging in release from 1935 to 1988.
Description: In 1968 Harry Belafonte and Petula Clark sang together her song On the Path Of Glory for this unique on NBC. Not such a remarkable happening in itself, but Petula touched Harry's forearm during the duet and made TV history. It was the first time a white girl had touched a black boy on US television. The sponsor insisted the touch be slash from the programme, the programme makers refused. In the decade’s “year of revolt”, Clark found herself at the centre of a media controversy involving race, censorship and endemic bigotry in a newly desegregated yet depressingly divided US.
Description: The tool was the first so-called "Television Spectacular". Ford presented the present without commercial interruption. It is believed to be the first time that Edward R. Murrow appeared on NBC in a professional capacity. Also, in 1953, it was important for Ford to purchase time on two networks to ensure max coverage of US TV households - at the time, neither CBS nor NBC reached 100% of them. The famed 1953 tv unique celebrating the Ford Motor Company's 50th anniversary brought together two of the best leading ladies Broadway has ever known. The highlight of the tool is Merman and Martin’s 13-minute duet medley, where they sing the songs that made them famous, plus much more. On their own, Merman sings “Alexander’s Ragtime Band” and “Mademoiselle from Armetières” and Martin performs a brilliantly comic routine about changes in fashion over the first half of the 20th century.
Description: The ultimate collection of song and dance performances from Gaynor's classic network tv specials - unseen for three decades - MITZI GAYNOR: RAZZLE DAZZLE! THE SPECIAL YEARS is a fresh documentary that celebrates a landmark career through fresh interviews with Mitzi and many others that worked with her. A reflective and entertaining glimpse into the tv tons present at its zenith, taking viewers on a nostalgic trip through Gaynor's TV years.
Description: The 16-song collection recorded at a sold-out performance at London’s Royal Albert Hall contains inspired performances of rock hits like “All Right Now,” “Wishing Well,” “Fire and Water,” and many deep tracks—some of which were never performed live by the original band, such as “Love You So” and “Catch a Train.” Along with this collection, those who buy the Blu-ray and vinyl can expect exclusive footage and premium tracks from opening acts Jasmine Rodgers, artist and multi-instrumentalist daughter of Paul, and Deborah Bonham, rock and blues vocalist sister of Led Zeppelin drummer John Bonham.
Description: 1942 is the year in which the Brian Sisters made the short Halloween movie The Boogie Woogie Boogie Man, which they recorded with the Will Osborne Orchestra. This movie was originally a 'soundie'; a short 16mm movie that would be played on a free-standing back-projection machine such as the Panoram - an early type of 'video jukebox'. It was made accessible soon by Castle Movies as part of their catalogue for the public.
Description: Quintessential alternative rockers, Sonic Youth, celebrate free-form experimentalism while reinforcing their performance-art driven tradition in this Soundstage performance. The band, which settles just outside the realm of definition, delivers a part rock, part free-form noise, part avant-garde punk performance which details a fresh song "Sympathy for the Strawberry."
Description: Well known for their four decades of almost non-stop touring and fresh music, the group combines their popular power pop and melodic sounds as they rock out in this unique concert. Seventeen studio albums under their belt create for so many nice songs including favorites like 'Surrender,' 'Dream Police' and 'I Wish You to Wish Me.' Filmed at St. Ann's Warehouse, Brooklyn NY in 2010.
Description: Bette Midler performs four songs from her recording "Bette Midler Sings The Peggy Lee Songbook". Selections contain "I'm A Woman," "He's A Tramp," "Fever," and an alternate take ver of "Is That All There Is?" The tool also contains interviews with Bette, along with Nicki Lee Foster and Holly Foster Wells (Peggy Lee's daughter and granddaughter.) along with never before seen vintage home films from the Peggy Lee estate. A highlight is a home film montage scored to Bette's recording of "Folks That Live on the Hill." This tool was created as the exclusive DVD content for the Dual Disc release of Bette's Peggy Lee tribute.
Description: Mike Seeger teaches traditional American banjo styles. 18 tunes are taught: Molly Dear, Snowdrop, French Waltz, Reuben's Train, Tom Dooley, John Brown's Dream, Backstep Cindy, Old Corn Likker, Marching Jaybird, Soldier's Joy, Needle Case, Baptist Scream and White House Blues
Description: Layabout teen Shoken is dissatisfied with his nagging single mother and bullies at school. He and his mates decide to form a cool rock band, but when Shoken learns that his mother is now his aunt and his parents died, he becomes very agitated and runs away from home.
Description: Jamie is 16 and lives on a council estate in Sheffield. Jamie doesn't quite fit in. Jamie is terrified about the future. Jamie is going to be a sensation. Supported by his brilliant loving mum and surrounded by his friends, Jamie overcomes prejudice, beats the bullies and steps out of the darkness, into the spotlight. Sixteen: the edge of possibility. Time to create your dreams come true.
Description: The blues has everytime been a vital component of Carlos Santana' music. On a magical night at Montreux Jazz Festival in July 2004, he was given the occasion to show and to perform with three of his favorite bluesmen: Clarence 'Gatemouth' Brown, Bobby Parker and Buddy Guy.
Description: The Canadian Mac DeMarco is a young, fascinating, musician full of creativity. He brings his good-natured methods to this Pocket Party session to celebrate the success of his 2012 album '2'. His style of melody has been creatively described as "blue wave", "slacker rock", or self-described by DeMarco as "jizz jazz".
Description: David Holt teaches old-time clawhammer banjo. He teaches primary techniques as well as 9 tunes; Cotton-Eye Joe; Handsome Molly; Cripple Creek; Train On the Island, Jawbone, June Apple, Ducks On A Pond, Mole In The Ground and Sugar Hill.
Description: Doc Watson teaches some of the most requested fingerpicking and flatpicking tunes in his vast repertoire. The tunes contain Deep River Blues, Blue Railroad Train, Bluebell, Windy and Warm, Southbound, Black Mountain Rag, Beaumont Rag, Georgie, East Tennessee Blues, Method Downtown, The Cuckoo, and Don't Allow Your Deal Go Down.
Description: In a dialogue with Satisfied Traum, Norman Blake teaches his guitar techniques. 10 tunes are covered: "Coming Down From Rising Fawn," "Caperton Ferry," "Uncle Joe" ("Miss McLeod's Reel"), "Old Virginia Reel," "Coleman's March," "New Century Hornpipe" and "Jimmy in the Swamp." Songs: "Church Road Blues," "Give Me Back My Fifteen Cents" and "Hobo's Last Ride."
Description: Christmas wouldn't be Christmas without some traditional Christmas favourites such as Julie’s Christmas Special. This unique aired on ABC-TV on December 14, 1973 and featured unique guests Peter Ustinov and Peggy Lee. Most memorably, Andrews and Lee duet on a trippy, campy medley that delightfully careens from hit to hit over the most fun 8 and a half mins you'll ever have with your pants on. Andrews plays a TV Hostess whose wandered into a cardboard forest and stumbles across Lee as the Sugar Plum Fairy lazing on a divan and ready for some fun - finished with ultra soft-focus and a bedazzled microphone.
Description: If ever there’s a moment that brilliantly and perfectly illustrates the star-power possessed by Diana Ross, it is the opening of her 1978-1979 scene show, captured on tape for this Home Box Office tv special. Beginning with the star’s face projected on a huge screen, mouthing the words to her #1 hit “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough,” the stage cuts to Miss Ross (draped in furs and jewels, of course) sauntering down a white, almost surreal staircase. At the bottom of the stairs – during the joyous, climactic crescendo of the song – she suddenly bursts from the screen and onto the stage, greeted by the screams and cheers of an overwhelmed audience. Those lucky enough to be at these shows literally watched a superstar come to life before their eyes; incredibly, the impact is equally nice when watched on a tv screen decades later.
Description: A musical unique celebrating the fruitful collaboration of Broadway lyricist/librettist Alan Jay Lerner and composer Frederick Loewe. Stars from the actual Broadway hit "Camelot" and from past triumphs such as "My Fair Lady," and the movie "Gigi" perform the romantic, sophisticated songs of Lerner and Loewe.
Description: Based on the semi-hit Broadway musical of 1968 starring Joel Grey, this TV ver has been re-fashioned in significant ways. The premise here is that a tiny group of modern-day performers have gotten together in a rehearsal studio to celebrate George M. Cohan's life and work. Joel Grey and Bernadette Peters (also from the original cast) and the another cast members are apparently testing themselves, with Austin Pendleton serving as a scene manager/director.
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