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Description: Led Zeppelin performed a present January 9, 1970 at the hall, and the present was released in its entirety in the 2003 Led Zeppelin DVD boxed set. -- 01 We're Gonna Groove 02 I Can't Quit You Baby 03 Dazed and Confused 04 White Summer 05 What Is and What Could Never Be 06 How Many More Times 07 Moby Dick 08 Entire Lotta Love 09 Communication Breakdown 10 C'mon Everybody 11 Something Else 12 Bring It On Home
Description: A girl dressed elegantly walks purposely through the water gardens at the Villa d'Este in Tivoli, as the melody of Vivaldi's Winter movement of The Four Seasons plays. Massive red filters give a blue cast to the light; water plays across stone, and fountains send it into the air. No words are spoken. Baroque statuary and the sensuous flow of water are back lit. Anger calls it water games.
Description: Relive some of the Grand Ole Opry's best moments with this collection of 15 vintage duets featuring performers such as Patsy Cline and Bobby King singing "(Remember Me) I'm the One Who Loves You." Another highlights contain "Jackson" by Johnny Money and June Carter; "After the Fire Is Gone" by Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn; "Let It Be Me" by Skeeter Davis and Bobby Bare; and "The Ceremony" by George Jones and Tammy Wynette.
Description: Tracklisting: Live-Part (aufgenommen in Dresden im "Alten Schlachthof" am 6. März 1999) 01. Intro 02. A Look Into Your Heart 03. Leave No Deed Undone 04. A Million Lovesongs 05. Actually I Fall 06. The Sparrows And The Nightingales 07. A Fresh Strasystem Has Been Explored 08. This Time 09. It's Not Too Late 10. True 11. Once In A Lifetime 12. Touch 13. Love Is Strange 14. Heroin She Told 15. Sleep Somehow 16. Read The Lines 17. It's Hurting For The First Time 18. Künstliche Welten 19. Annie 20. Upstairs 21. Ruby 22. Elias 23. Old Man's Valley 24. Übers Jahr
Description: The Corrs live in Geneva as part of their 2004 Borrowed Heaven tour. Set-list: 01. Introduction 02. Humdrum. 03. Only When I Sleep. 04. Dreams (Stevie Nicknames cover). 05. What Can I Do. 06. Forgiven, Not Forgotten. 07. Angel. 08. Runaway. 09. Return to Fingal/Trout In A Bath. 10. Borrowed Heaven. 11. No Frontiers. 12. Queen Of Hollywood. 13. Long Night. 14. Old City (Phil Lynott cover). 15. Radio. 16. Summer Sunshine. 17. So Young. 18. I Never Loved You Anyway. 19. Goodbye. 10. Breathless. 21. Toss The Feathers. 22. Credits Recorded 26 November 2004 at the SEG Geneva Arena in Geneva.
Description: Elton John performs some of his largest hits and few fanatic favourites in Elton 60: Live at Madison Square Garden. The release details appearances onstage by comedians Robin Williams and Whoopi Goldberg, as well as unique remarks to the audience by lyricist Bernie Taupin. The concert was recorded on Elton's 60th birthday, 25 March 2007, and coincides with his globe record-setting 60th concert at Madison Square Garden in Fresh York City. In addition to his regular band, a choir also performs on few songs.
Description: 1. H To The Izzo 2. Take Over 3. Girls, Girls, Women 4. Jigga What 5. Large Pimpin 6. Ain't No Love 7. Can I Receive A/Hard Knock Life/Ain't No... (Medley) 8. Can't Knock The Hustle (Medley) 9. Song Cry 10. Give It To Me 11. Jigga, Jigga
Description: Le movie retrace sans tabous plus de 10 ans d’activisme de cette tribu moderne, qui mène des premières fêtes clandestines jusqu’aux temples de la société du spectacle. Les Heretik auront gravi jusqu’aux marches de l’Olympia, la mythique salle parisienne. Plongez dans l’intimité tourmentée d’un groupe phare de la contre-culture.
Description: Unique edition DVD from Kasabian's third album, West Ryder Pauper Lunatic Asylum. Contains live footage from The Union Chapel, The Tiny Noise Sessions and the Royal Albert Hall for the Teenage Cancer Trust. Also included is Vlad the Impaler (Music Video), Vlad the Impaler (The Making of) and Fire (Music Video).
Description: Rock legend Deep Purple recorded live at the Birmingham NEC, UK on November 9, 1993. Five members from the band's most popular line up enjoy their hits during their 25th anniversary globe tour. Note that Ritchie Blackmore dropped out later after this particular concert.
Description: On May 3, 2008, Portishead, the legendary band from Bristol, England, played to a personal audience in La Plaine Saint Denis on French television. This is the first time Portishead had played a gig since their Tsnunami Relief benefit concert with Heavy Attack in 2005. This personal present was a lead-up to the release of their album Third, which had been a long eleven years in the making. What made this such a unique present is that the bands set list spanned all three of their studio albums, affording the audience an encapsulated view of their past discography, while also revealing fresh songs from their upcoming album Third. Silence Hunter Mysterons The Rip Magic Doors Wandering Star Machine Gun Nylon Smile Threads Streets We Carry On
Description: INXS fanatics can rejoice over the release of this buoyant concert film, shot during an ecstatic performance before 72,000 hopping fanatics in London's Wembley Stadium on July 13, 1991. The Australian band's vocalist, the late Michael Hutchence, is at his feral-romantic best, stalking and swiveling his method through an energized set of welterweight pop. The present begins with a big, boomy "Guns in the Sky," takes a turn toward unexpected soulfulness with "New Sensation," and spreads the wealth with a sharp set of ballads and rockers. Hutchence has fun with a naughty "Know the Difference," plays around with a Jagger-esque take on confessional soul in "The Loved One," and milks "Never Tear Us Apart" for all it's worth. The band sounds more muscular than they did in the studio, hard-charging and rough on "Suicide Blonde," drunk on a jazzy guitar hook in "Need You Tonight," and fully danceable on "Bitter Tears."
Description: David Byrne is a visual artist as well as a musician, and ever since his early days as a member of Talking Heads, he's wanted his concerts to be more than just a static performance. In 1984, Byrne and filmmaker Jonathan Demme redefined the boundaries of the concert movie with the Talking Heads documentary STOP MAKING SENSE, and more than 25 years soon Byrne has teamed up with David Hillman to make RIDE, RISE, ROAR, which documents Byrne's 2008-2009 concert tour, in which he performs fresh material written in collaboration with Brian Eno as well as favorites from his solo career as well as his tenure in Talking Heads. Using costumes and inventive choreography, Byrne and his musicians and dancers give his melody a scene presentation as exciting as the music.
Description: Brazilian speed-thrash-death metal band Sepultura are legendary for the extreme degree to which they delve into the depths of their genre. Everytime striving to be louder, faster, and deadlier (metaphorically, or course), Sepultura have inspired a countless number of modern metal bands as well as legions of obsessive fans. UNDER SEIGE was filmed live at Zeleste in Barcelona, Spain. For nearly an hour, Sepultura thrash through ten of their songs.
Description: Ragu is a blind violinist who leads an independent life. When Nancy learns about him, she decides to cover his inspiring story. Soon, love blossoms between the two, egged on by her grandfather.
Description: Funky difficult rock upstarts Incubus recorded their album Morning View at a house in Malibu, CA, and in a unique happening to celebrate the album's release, the group played a unique radio concert at the Sony studios in Fresh York City, which had been decorated to look like the house where the album took shape. Incubus: Morning View Sessions is a video record of the group's radio performance, which contains "Nice to Know You," "Wish You Were Here," "Drive," "New Skin," "Stellar," and seven others. Tag Deming, Rovi
Description: Recorded at the breathtakingly pretty Red Rocks Amphitheater in Colorado in 1983, this concert details Irish rock sensation U2 and front boy Bono in their early glory days. The tool contains five previously unreleased songs and a director's commentary. Songs featured are "Out of Control," "Into the Heart," "Surrender," "Two Hearts Beat As One," "New Year's Day," "I Threw a Brick Through a Window" and "Party Girl."
Description: 20th Anniversary Rock collection (16 videos) featuring tunes from Aerosmith, the Cult, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Counting Crows and many others. Highlights contain the mannequin-like models of Robert Palmer's "Addicted to Love," the zaniness of Blink-182's "All the Tiny Things" and the arresting visuals of Soundgarden's "Black Hole Sun."
Description: 20th Anniversary R&B and Hip Hop collection (16 videos) including "Walk This Way" by Run DMC featuring Aerosmith, "Me, Myself and I" by De La Soul and "Humpty Dance" by Digital Underground. "Rebirth of the Slick (Cool Like Dat)" by Digable Planets, Usher's "My Way" and Brian McKnight's "Anytime" are among the another jams featured in this musical time capsule.
Description: 20th Anniversary Pop collection (15 videos) featuring Gary Numan's fresh wave classic "Cars" to Lionel Richie's smooth moves in "All Night Long" and Aqua's outrageous "Barbie Girl," Lisa Stansfield's "All Around the World," Smash Mouth's "Walkin' on the Sun," Tears for Fears' "Shout," Chumbawamba's "Tubthumping," Large Country's "In a Large Country," A Flock of Seagulls' "I Ran" and more.
Description: 20th Anniversary collection (6 videos) featuring Technotronic "Pump Up the Jam," House of Pain "Jump Around," Chemical Brothers "Setting Sun," Fluke "Atom Bomb," Moby "Bodyrock," and Jungle Brothers "Get Down"
Description: George Thorogood & the Destroyers rock out 6 of thier most beloved hits "Bad to the Bone," "Nobody but Me," "I Drink Alone," " If you don't Begin Drinkin' (I'm Gonna Leave)," "Get a Haircut," and "Night Time"
Description: Joe Satriani, Yngwie Malmsteen and Steve Vai create up the all-star group G3, who came together in October of 2003 for a series of shows throughout the United States. The trio's nice guitar prowess is showcased in songs such as "Satch Boogie", "Midnight", "I Know You're Here", "Evil Eye", "Far Beyond the Sun" and many others.
Description: This compilation of melody videos, concert clips and commentary will have Queensryche fanatics rockin' the house. Packed with videos from the "Empire" album, the tool also details sessions from MTV's "Unplugged" and live performance footage. Alternate versions of "Eyes of a Stranger" and "Another Rainy Night" coupled with band member interviews reveal the constructive range of these iconoclastic massive metal performers.
Description: Poison Best Video Hits is the fifth DVD/video from the rock band Poison, released in 2001. The DVD was released following the Poison album Power to the Folks and details each Poison melody video up to this mission including the recent video, the album titled track "Power to the People" . Each Poison album featured melody videos up to this mission except for the album Crack a Smile...and More!. The DVD consists of the first two Poison video releases "Sight for Sore Ears" and "Flesh, Blood, & Videotape" (which have not been released on DVD) and also details behind the scenes footage, in depth interviews, different clips and melody videos from 'Swallow This Live', 'Native Tongue' and 'Power to the People' albums. The DVD received US Gold certification in 2003.
Description: With distinctive visual flair, this compilation of videos showcases more than a decade of melody from famous ska band No Doubt, while behind-the-scenes clips and an interview with the band members give fanatics an inside look at the group.
Description: Hair metal heroes Poison present off the hot-rodded guitar riffs and outrageous look that made them among difficult rock's largest stars in this collection of melody videos. Video Hits: Poison details the original promotion clips for the songs "Cry Tough," "I Wish Action," "Nothin' But A Nice Time," "Fallen Angel," "Every Rose Has Its Thorn," and "Unskinny Bop." ~ Tag Deming, Rovi All Film Tutorial
Description: These videos from up-and-coming grunge rockers Nickelback trace the band's career over their first several seminal albums. Tracks contain "How You Remind Me," "Someday," "Too Bad," "Never Again" and "Leader of Men." On the heels of their rapid rise to fame, this video is the excellent complement to a band that's primed and ready to do some serious chart bustin'.
Description: 1. (intro) The Ides Of March* 2. Murders In The Rue Morgue* 3. Other Life* 4. Prowler* 5. The Trooper* 6. Remember Tomorrow* 7. Where Eagles Dare* 8. Run To The Hills* 9. Revelations* 10. Wrathchild* 11. Die With Your Boots On* 12. Phantom Of The Opera* 13. The Number Of The Beast* 14. Hallowed Be Thy Name* 15. Iron Maiden* 16. Running Free* 17. Drifter* 18. Sanctuary
Description: The storyline of a romantic triangle between two top players, an American and a Russian, in a globe chess championship, and a girl who manages one and falls in love with the other, all in the context of the Cold Fight struggle between the United States and the Soviet Union. Shot for tv in 2009.
Description: This concert was recorded in the period from 20 to 28 July 2009, when the band played five concerts in the capital of Denmark. Main detail is that the video shot by the fanatics gruppy.Poetomu shooting turned out not quite professional, but the atmosphere is transferred to the "excellent"
Description: The outcome of that lens odyssey is ‘Markus Schulz – Do You Dream? – The Globe Tour Documentary’ and it takes you, the viewer inside Markus’ professional life for the first time. Up close and at times personal, the camera captures his thoughts pre-gig in the ready-rooms, follows him through the anticipation of the backstage tunnels and up onto the stages of electronic dance melody biggest, most celebrated events. Nature One, Sunrise, Dance Valley, Tomorrowland, Pleasure Island, Future Melody – they’re all here, their crowd-generated electricity caught in HD. If you’ve been to one, you’ll wish to see them all! From Amnesia nights, filmed from the pulpit to tornado-hit festivals in Russia and two-gigs-in-a-day dashes across Australia, you’re with him each step, jolt, rush and drumbeat of the way!
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For those who go retching to the bathroom at the very mention of the "M" word, it prol'ly goes without telling I don't how you got this far.I'd stopped paying attention to any fresh items coming from Broadway long ago, the rut they were in being so bad. But I didn't realize how out of touch I'd become until they apparently payed for a one time of it showing in 4 Phoenix zone theaters recently--the notice of which I saw in only one site ad. Turns out it's a high quality HD recording of the Broadway scene production released in 2011, intermission and all. It was like being there in seats right up on the stage.The storyline is centered on a white DJ-to-be in the early '50s who gets black blues cum rock and roll on local Memphis radio. Overall not that original but like all plots, the prize is in the features you hang on the framework, which sparkle here. The DJ's accent is probably somewhat off-putting to those of us from the South, but I realized it's an adaptation of Southern Baptist pulpit, used I think to set off the individuality of the hero (who is decidedly non-religious) from another whites around him with their regular southr'en fried accents. It's not so much an interracial love storyline as it is an interracial love of melody story.The Present was a Broadway hit in 2010, winning 5 Tonys including greatest musical and greatest original score, and with nominations for the two leads. Who knew. For me it was the greatest Broadway style musical to come out in 20 years.
I registered just so I should review this musical. The melody is unbelievable and I love the story which I won't go into as I don't wish to crash the plot for anyone else.However, the male lead's, Chad Kimball, southern accent is fully wrong and even offensive to anyone living in the South. Inflections were on the wrong words and the pronunciation was even worse. I understand he was testing a comic role but the accent was so wrong that it took away from the role. I am still giving this an 8 because I liked the concept of the musical, the rest of the cast, and the storyline.
When you first see Chad Kimball in this, you start to wonder if his hero is a bit off the beam. He spontaneously giggles like some popular movie psychos, and for the only white boy outside a police officer to visit Beale Road in Memphis, he's seemingly out of his element. But once he starts to enjoy the piano and spin around as he sings, it's clear that his soul is closer to Chuck Berry than Perry Como. The moment he sees sultry Montagu Glover, he's in love. But racial tensions on both sides receive out of control, especially as the white children start to love what the square older white people refer condescendingly as "race music".What could have been a star making role for the superb Ms. Glover is one of Broadway's mysteries as she hasn't had a lead role since. She hides her vulnerability between the typical sassiness, but something about Kimball's freaky nature appeals to her as he devotes his time to getting her a radio and record deal. Kimball is funny, but certainly mannerisms of his become a bit creepy after a while. Where this succeeds outside of Glover's winning performance is in the melody and the historical context, paralleling some of the happenings in the smash hit "Dreamgirls" and the entertaining but pointless "Motown" which worked better through the ebook of the disguised fictional version. "Memphis", though, covers an earlier time, a various location, and deals with integration problems that the another shows cute much ignored.If you feel uncomfortable with certain frictions between the whites and blacks, then the present is succeeding in what it set out to do. There's more than a hit of violence as Glover deals with falling in love with a white boy with a horrific turn of events. The fallout from that creates seemingly unfixable conflicts, aided by the racism of Kimball's mother (Cass Morgan), presented as a nice Christian girl using the gospel to hide behind her hate. The upbeat score is thrilling, although there's no true standout. For me, this shows the ridiculousness of racial tensions, because when it comes down to it, all every of us wants is a bit of happiness, a possibility at love, and of course a nice beat so we can reach deeply inside to search our own rock n' roll.
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