The night club "the River" situated in the small Greek city Livadeia is looking for a music group to perform there for a few nights. Many different musicians come from all over Greece and many funny incidents take place among them.
20th Anniversary Pop collection (15 videos) featuring Gary Numan's new 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," Big Country's "In a Big Country," A Flock of Seagulls' "I Ran" and more.
Cameras from the Australian Channel 9 recorded the sixth and final show of the Melbourne leg of The Beatles' world tour on 17 June 1964. It was screened on 1 July 1964 as an hour-long special, The Beatles Sing For Shell, named after the oil company which sponsored the broadcast. Nine of The Beatles' Melbourne performances were included in the show (the others edited out and discarded at the insistence of Beatles manager Brian Epstein): I Saw Her Standing There, You Can't Do That, All My Loving, She Loves You, Till There Was You, Roll Over Beethoven, Can't Buy Me Love, Twist And Shout and Long Tall Sally. The complete unedited concert (from an alternate audio feed) was also aired on Australian radio.
Manuel, a landowner in Jamaica, arrives in Paris on vacation. There he meets Olivia, a Spanish popular singer and falls in love. Olivia leaves Paris to play in a casino of the Riviera and Manuel follows her there. Maxime lives in Cannes, uncle of Olivia, a trickster who poses as a magician and has great influence on Annie, an eccentric billionaire. At the same time, Simeon, Annie's secretary tries to bribe the magician to influence Annie to accept to marry him, but as Maxime also wants to marry her, Simeon uses the services of a private detective. Manuel receives a telegram asking him to return to Jamaica. So, Annie proposes them a cruise aboard his yacht and invites Olivia.
Don McGlynn's uncompromising and soulful documentary look at the tumultuous life of musician and rebel Charles Mingus is fascinating stuff. Mingus said of himself "I am half black man, half yellow man, but I claim to be a Negro. I am Charles Mingus, the famed jazz musician--but not famed enough to make a living in America." His statement summed up the conflict that plagued this musical genius his entire life: volatility, pain, prescience, and raw rage roiled inside a complex man, composer, bass player, and trombonist who transcended labels and refused to be pigeonholed into a single musical style--and who did not achieve real fame until late in his career.
A young woman who is unable to pay her rent gets some unexpected help when the other tenants throw a last-minute rent party in her apartment. In the process, they all charm the landlady out of a year's rent. The entire story is told in song (swing music) and dance (Jitterbug, Lindy Hop etc.).
24 August 2003 at Twickenham Stadium, London, England "Brown Sugar" "You Got Me Rocking" "Rocks Off" "Wild Horses" "You Can't Always Get What You Want" "Paint It Black" "Tumbling Dice" "Slipping Away" "Sympathy for the Devil" "Star Star" (B-stage) "I Just Want to Make Love to You" (B-stage) "Street Fighting Man" (B-stage) "Gimme Shelter" "Honky Tonk Women" "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction" "Jumpin' Jack Flash" Extras Band Commentaries "Gimme Shelter" "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction" "Sympathy for the Devil" AC/DC and the Stones Jumbotron Animation Custom Setlist Backstage Pass (Concert only)
Baywatch alum David Hasselhoff stars in the dual title roles of Jekyll and Hyde: The Musical, Frank Wildhorn and Leslie Bricusse's version of Robert Louis Stevenson's gothic horror classic. The story of the brilliant scientist who uncovers the good and evil aspects of the human heart was a pay-per-view event on the Broadway Television Network, filmed on stage before a live audience. If that audience had seen a lot of Broadway shows, they probably didn't see much they hadn't seen before, but its familiar plot and accessible pop score give Jekyll and Hyde a certain appeal, especially for musical novices.
A Concert: Behind the Prison Walls features Cash performing for inmates inside the Tennessee State Penitentiary in Nashville. Shot in 1976, this is only one of two prison concerts Cash ever shot for broadcast and features legendary performers Johnny Cash, Linda Rondstadt and Roy Clark performing their greatest hits. The concert aired on national television, and this Collector's edition video features rare, live performances of mega hits Folsom Prison Blues, Sunday Morning Coming Down, Hey Porter, Boy Names Sue, Love Has No Pride, and more. Performing for the prisoners of Tennessee State Penitentiary, Johnny Cash takes to the stage to deliver an incendiary set, circa 1976. An array of special guests join the Man in Black onstage, including Linda Rondstadt and Roy Clark. Tracks include "Folsom Prison Blues," "Boy Named Sue," "Half as Much," and many more!
formula, a constantly evolving work updated with each presentation, is a perfect synchronisation between sound frequencies and the movements on the screen. It places the viewer in a binary geometry of space and exploits the darkness to amplify one's perceptions. There is a complete integration of the various elements, composing music, images, lighting and orchestrating the relationships between them through a highly precise score.
"Terrible Lie" "Sin" "March Of The Pigs" "Something I Can Never Have" "Closer" "Reptile" "Wish" "Suck" "Burn" "The Only Time" "Down In It" "Dead Souls" "Help Me I Am In Hell" "Happiness In Slavery" "Head Like A Hole" Category: NIN Bootlegs
Straight off the streets of South Central L.A., CJ Mac brings you a documentary about a gang ritual that has become a popular dance craze. Hear the opinions from the artists who made the C-Walk mainstream through music videos and live performances, and meet the original Crip gang members who started the walk. Is it a dance... or a gang ritual? You decide! Features Snoop Dogg, WC, Ice-T, Kurupt, Ras Kass, Malik Yoba, Warren G and Jonathan Davis.