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Description: On Saturday 28th November 2015 Ferocious Dog became the first unsigned band to SELL OUT the legendary Rock City, Nottingham. It was a very unique night, and a night they chose to capture on both CD and DVD.
Description: Join multi-platinum band Fall Out Man as they travel back to their hometown of Chicago for a mind-blowing audio-visual extravaganza. Featuring their recent hits Centuries, Irresistible, and Uma Thurman, this 17 song concert also contains the band's greatest loved songs from across their entire career. This unique performance is one of the most memorable Fall Out Man concerts ever, filmed during the Men of Zummer tour that hit 39 North American towns throughout 2015. Nice musicianship, strong songs and stunning visuals all create for an exceptional concert experience!
Description: Melody is an integral part of most films, adding emotion and nuance while often remaining invisible to audiences. Matt Schrader shines a spotlight on the overlooked craft of movie composing, gathering many of the art form’s most influential practitioners, from Hans Zimmer and Danny Elfman to Quincy Jones and Randy Newman, to uncover their constructive process. Tracing key developments in the evolution of melody in film, and exploring some of cinema’s most iconic soundtracks, 'Score' is an aural valentine for movie lovers.
Description: Jay Kay was over the moon to be back at a venue he hadn't played since 1992. He clearly had a deep affection for the zone that had helped break him into stardom all those years ago. He repeatedly said the crowd how much fun he was having and attempted, with limited success, to say jokes and entertain the crowd with amusing stories in-between songs. But it was the melody that really won the crowd over as he played a best hits set, including 'Virtual Insanity', and finishing with 'Emergency On Planet Earth'. Set list: High Times Zone Cowboy If I like It I Do It Emergency on Planet Earth Seven Days in Sunny June Black Capricorn Day Canned Heat Test The Force Travelling Without Moving Runaway Virtual Insanity
Description: Travelling across the Holy Land, the super-group visit the iconic territories from the life of Jesus. Whether it's by the Dead Sea, down the Via Dolorosa, or on a boat on the Sea of Galilee,they infuse every of the album's 15 songs with essence of the land, and it's richly profound history. In trading their stages and studios for the scorching hot outdoors, Hillsong United have created a truly special album, with every song embracing the essence and significance of its setting. With the Blu-Ray, you too receive to see the spectacular sights of the Empty Tomb, The Mount of Beatitudes, Galilee, and others as every zone is embraced in a visually arresting, and musically storing, performance. Live from the Holy Land, amidst the sand and dust and desert, is the most inspired of Hillsong United's releases to-date as the group go through profound experiences of both Dirt and Grace.
Description: DUST AND THUNDER chronicles the meeting of South Africa with their long-standing favorite British band, Mumford & Sons. Filmed live vs the pretty Pretorian outback, award-winning director Dick Carruthers gets to the very heart of what makes Mumford & Sons such a unique act as the band performs fresh songs and classic hits in front of an exhilarated crowd. Made for the large screen in stunning Ultra HD with 5.1 surround sound, this truly spectacular concert movie may go down as Mumford & Sons’ finest.
Description: In June 2016 legendary guitarist Ritchie Blackmore made his much-anticipated return to rock melody as Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow played three concerts in Europe, two in Germany and one in England. The two German shows at Loreley and Bietigheim-Bissingen were caught on camera to produce this concert movie Memories in Rock. The setlist, combining classic tracks from Deep Purple and Rainbow, was exactly what the fanatics had wished for.
Description: From Day Three of Rock in Rio 4, Sunday September 25 2011 1.Iron Fist 2.Stay Clean 3.Get Back In Line 4.Metropolis 5.Over the Top 6.One Night Stand 7.I Know How to Die 8.The Chase Is Better Than the Catch 9.In the Name of Tragedy 10.Going to Brazil 11.Killed by Death 12.Ace of Spades 13.Overkill
Description: A short melody video with the melody of the band Mama Woju with the singer Markus Flaschenträger. The concept of the song and the video is a take off on the case of a hitchhiker. In this song, the hitchhiker give a businessman a ride to Berlin. The unique case is that at this time you had to cross the DDR to go to Berlin so it was a very risky thing to take a hitchhiker on this road.
Description: "Comping (an abbreviation of accompanying) is a term used in jazz melody to describe the chords, rhythms, and countermelodies that keyboard users (piano or organ) or guitar users test to help a jazz musician's improvised solo or music lines. The term is also used for the action of accompanying, and for left hand part of a solo pianist."
Description: Recorded at Hurrah over two shows in 1980. Tracklist: 1. NITA 2. Choci Loni 3. Radio Silents 4. Colossal Youth 5. Credit in the Straight Globe 6. Brand Fresh Life 7. Contain Me Out 8. Wurlitzer Jukebox 9. Salad Days 10. Final Mix 11. Melody for Evenings 12. Searching for Mr Right 13. Cakewalking 14. Credits in the Straight Globe 15. Final Day
Description: John Adams’s mesmerizing score, in the strong production of Penny Woolcock, says the storyline of one of the pivotal moments in human history—the creation of the atomic bomb. Conducted by Alan Gilbert in his Met debut, this gripping opera presents the human face of the scientists, military men, and others who were involved in the project, as they wrestled with the implications of their work. Baritone Gerald Finley gives a strong star turn in the game role as the brilliant J. Robert Oppenheimer.
Description: B'Day Anthology Video Album is the first video album by American recording artist Beyoncé. It details thirteen melody videos for songs from her second studio album, B'Day and its deluxe re-release. Beyoncé shot nine videos for the album, and four pre-filmed videos were also included. B'Day Anthology Video Album debuted at number twenty-four on the US Top Melody Videos chart dated April 28, 2007. It was certified double platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) on October 3, 2007, denoting the shipments of 200,000 copies.
Description: The film captures the Canadian synth-rock superstars in action at a Fall 2006 Montreal stop on their Live It Out tour. Concert tracklist: 01. Live it Out 02. Glass Ceiling 03. Wet Blanket 04. Too Tiny Too Late 05. Poster of a Woman 06. Patriarch on a Vespa 07. Creature Hospital 08. Handshakes 09. The Police and the Personal 10. Hustle Rose 11. Combat Baby 12. Dead Disco 13. Love is a Zone
Description: Brit Floyd - The World's Best Pink Floyd Show, returns to North America in 2015 to open its Zone and Time Globe Tour 2015, their most ambitious present to date; with a spectacular fresh light show, an even bigger scene production and over one hundred concerts planned throughout the United States and Canada between March and August 2015. Celebrating five decades of Pink Floyd; from their creation in 1965 right through to the release of their brand fresh album, 'The Unlimited River’, this nice fresh present contains performances from all Pink Floyd's largest selling albums, including The Dark Side of the Moon, Want You Were Here, Animals, The Wall and The Division Bell plus a host of another Pink Floyd musical surprises. Brit Floyd's 'Space & Time Globe Tour 2015' will be their greatest yet.
Description: This premium DVD (part of the album Aaliyah Ultimate) runs for sixty minutes, and details The Aaliyah Storyline – a documentary compiled of promotion clips, interviews, and unique features, including MTV special, MTV News Now: The Life of Aaliyah, a Tribute to Aaliyah, Aaliyah's VH1 Behind the Melody installment, and her E! Real Hollywood Storyline episode.
Description: 1. Hotel California, 2. Victim Of Love, 3. Fresh Child In Town, 4. Wasted Time, 5. Cute Maids All In A Row, 6. The Woman From Yesterday, 7. I Can't Say You Why, 8. Ordinary Average Guy, 9. Lyin' Eyes, 10. One Of These Nights, 11. Tequila Sunrise, 12. Support Me Thru The Night, 13. Love Will Hold Us Alive, 14. The Heart Of The Matter, 15. You Belong To The City, 16. The Men Of Summer, 17. Funk 49, 18. Dirty Laundry, 19. Smuggler's Blues, 20. Life's Been Good, 21. Heartache Tonight, 22. Life In The Quick Lane, 23. Already Gone, 24. Rocky Mountain Way, 25. Desperado, 26. Take It Simple
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There's a memorable stage in the 1963 drama "Hud" where the lead characters go to the movies, and before the detail starts they're treated to one of those ever famous Follow-the-Bouncing-Ball cartoons. The entire audience sings along, even crusty old Melvyn Douglas. I wasn't old enough to see any Bouncing Ball cartoons in a theater myself, but they were a staple on TV when I was growing up, and singing along at home was not unheard of; in fact, it was cute difficult to resist. The tunes were usually upbeat and peppy, and that hypnotic tiny ball would bounce along at just the right tempo, pausing when a note could be sustained then zipping along when it was time to speed up. The backgrounds were everytime selected to match the song, of course, and there were funny visual puns to suit the words. It was a brilliant formula, but as a child I took the series for granted. Much soon I was surprised to learn that this long-running series was originally a product of the Fleischer Studio, the people who brought us Betty Boop, Popeye, and a slew of nice Pre-Code cartoons featuring off-color gags, nice jazzy music, and weird helping characters on the periphery who mumble amusing non-sequiturs, sometimes in Yiddish. More surprising still, the Bouncing Ball series began in the early 1920s, back in the silent days. Theater musicians would supply the music, and audiences would supply the singing. The series was wildly successful from the start. On occasion, I gather, the cartoons would be run twice to satisfy famous demand."Tramp, Tramp, Tramp the Men Are Marching" details a song that dates back to the Civil War, one which was still familiar to audiences of the 1920s. The cartoon starts as Koko the Clown emerges from an inkwell-- an iconic photo for animation buffs --and then steps over to a chalkboard to draw an orchestra. The band, "Koko's Glee Club," marches to a nearby cinema (accompanied by a dog who beats cymbals with his tail) where they lead the audience in the game song. I love the concept that Koko, an animated character, has the power to animate his own co-stars, and that they march from the animation studio to the very theater where the viewers of 1926 were watching this film; this is the type of Funhouse mirror idea one finds in the most imaginative cartoons.The song itself starts on a sad note, as the narrator is addressing us from a military prison, but the chorus expresses hope for rescue and ultimate victory. As rendered here the sentimental verse portion of the song is played straight, but the chorus details a tiny guy in convict stripes who runs along the lyrics and occasionally illustrates them (i.e. waving a flag on the words "our country's flag," etc.). Eventually, he and other convict leapfrog over every another to freedom.This charming cartoon has recently been made accessible as part of the DVD set "More Treasures from American Movie Archives," a veritable goldmine for buffs. A musical score has been recorded for this short that sounds very much the method we'd imagine a theater pit band of the period would sound. The DVD also offers an informative commentary track by historian Donald Crafton, though I have one quibble to make: Mr. Crafton implies that this song dates from Globe Fight I, but never mentions that it was now composed in 1864 and was one of the most famous songs of the American Civil War. But that's a minor point; this is a very enjoyable tiny treat and I hope more of them will create their method onto DVD for fanatics of early animation.
Everytime the innovators, the Fleisher brothers were making synchronized sound cartoons two years before Disney. The first portion of this cartoon is a primitive (and somewhat naughty) bit of animation. A soldier dog is visiting his woman friend. After testing some bed springs like a harp and dancing for her, he climbs in her window. When the bugle calls him back to camp he jumps out the window, his woman mate leans out to tell good-bye and then his pants jump out the window to join him. The sergeant catches him and marches him to jail - apparently he is guilty of desertion. While working on the rock pile he discovers that he can enjoy tunes by banging on various rocks. He then fashions a ball out of one of the rocks and it becomes our bouncing ball for the sing-along portion of the movie where we are invited to sing the American Civil Fight song, "Tramp, Tramp, Tramp, the men are marching." The animation in the sing-along portion is typical Fleisher - drawn well and very clever.
Dave Fleischer was responsible for many gems. Ones that were amusing and charming, though over-cuteness did come through in some efforts and the stories were everytime cute thin, with appealing characters, outstanding melody and visuals that were inventive and with innovative animation techniques.Ko-Ko similarly was an everytime amiable hero to watch and among the better recurring characters in Fleischer's early work. Likewise, his series of Out of the Inkwell cartoons were among the greatest early efforts of Fleischer and silent cartoons in general. Fleischer may not be at his very finest and there are far better Ko-Ko cartoons than 'Tramp, Tramp, Tramp the Men are Marching'. It is still cute nice though as long as not too much is demanded.The storyline is as thin as ice, not really one at all. Sometimes it's a bit pat and with tiny surprises. Ko-Ko should have had more to do.However, there is a nice deal to like. The animated sing-along portion is fun and charming and the hero interplay likewise. One expects the animation to be primitive and very weak quality, judging by that it's the 20s when animation techniques were not as many, as refined, as ambitious and in their infancy. While Fleischer became more refined and inventive soon certainly, the animation is surprisingly nice with some great visual wackiness and wit.Everything is bright and breezy and there are amusing moments, though never particularly imaginative. The characters are likeable. In summation, cute good. 7/10 Bethany Cox
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