3 Mo' Divas: The three women are all classically trained vocalists. The discovery of their phenomenal vocal versatility is nothing short of astonishing..
Cross Purposes Live is a live album recorded by the British metal band Black Sabbath. It was released in 1995. It is the only live-record with singer Tony Martin. It was available only as part of CD and VHS double-pack. The CD was housed within an oversize videotape-case but had its own inserts and jewel-case. It was recorded at the Hammersmith Apollo, London, on Wednesday 13 April 1994. In Dec 2010 an officially licensed by Eagle Rock Entertainment complete 87min version NTSC region 2 DVD was finally released in Japan only.
A definitive record of one of the greatest bands in indie rock, THE ELECTRIFYING CONCLUSION is a chronicle of the last four hours of GUIDED BY VOICES. The film captures GUIDED BY VOICES' final concert at Chicago's Metro on New Year's Eve 2004 - sixty-three songs - completely uncut. Excitement and nostalgia emanating from both the band and audience throughout the memorable evening are powerfully captured here in fantastic performances of both standard GBV tunes and special, seldom-played classics. The DVD includes over 20 minutes of extras including 4 live songs from 1994 and footage of Bob Pollard recording demos for Half Smiles of the Decomposed.
The first ever live concert DVD by the Script and a unique souvenir for the legions of fans. Includes the hits "The Man who can't be Moved", "Breakeven", "For the First Time" and "We Cry". The concert in their home town of Dublin was a 50.000 sellout and was their single biggest concert to date; the culmination of their remarkable rise to worldwide success . The band were supported by Tine Tempah on the show, who joined them on stage to perform "Written in the Stars".
The unedited Elvis's performance marking his comeback in '68, before a small audience, that would become a TV Special known as The NBC Comeback Special. 1. That's All Right 2. Heartbreak Hotel 3. Love Me 4. Baby, What You Want Me to Do 5. Blue Suede Shoes 6. Lawdy, Miss Clawdy 7. When My Blue Moon Turns to Gold Again 8. Blue Christmas 9. Trying to Get to You 10. One Night 11. Memories
Benise's returns with his Emmy Award Winning cast with a new show – 'THE ... Benise, armed with his 'Spanish Guitar' as he takes us on an unprecedented and
Brazilian Band - Back To Bar - Live is the 17th album of the Brazilian backlands double Bruno e Marrone, released in 2009 on CD and DVD Recorded at Hangar Studios in São Paulo, on 29 and 30 October 2008, the album revives the early career of Bruno e Marrone, who performed in bars in the region of Goiás and Minas Gerais. The scene was set and designed to resemble the atmosphere of the bars. The album features some of the major successes of the repertoire played by the duo in their early career, such as "I Am" by Chrystian & Ralf and "Two Times You" Caesar and Paulinho, besides the unreleased songs "Love You So Much" , "can Go While" and "Do not Try to Stop Me" (the lead single from the album). Also noteworthy rewriting "Cavalcade", success of Roberto Carlos originally recorded by them in 1977. This album also received a nomination for the 2009 Latin Grammy award for best backcountry album that same year.
7 Films, Charting the History of Rock - A definitive landmark series charting the emergence and re-emergence of rock music as a global force, told through the musicians who have shaped this most enduring of genres
The DVD was filmed on 16th September 2011 in De Bosuil Club in Weert, Holland. During rehearsals on the previous day, all the musicians were interviewed for this DVD. The bonus interviews provide some very honest and candid insights.
7.7.2012 Ruisrock Festival in Turku, Finland
From Linda Spa's music box playing at the beginning of the concert on October 7th 2007 up to the last chord you will hear and see everything happens during and behind the gig at the Alte Oper in Frankfurt. Interesting back projections, lasers and generic lights will be an entertaining addition whether you've seen the show live or watch it for the first time via your home cinema. Good old "hits" by TD will be alternated and supported by some brand-new stuff composed for the gig. Images from backstage and 'making of' sequences can be seen as a summary of a great "night at space" including the safe and comfortable landing.
On December 18, 1980 the touring version of the Talking Heads featuring stunt guitarist Adrian Belew delivered a fantastic performance at Palaeur Arena in Rome that was filmed for broadcast on Italian TV. Taking place just two months after the release of Remain In Light, that night’s set was heavy on material from that album such as Born Under Punches, Crosseyed and Painless and The Great Curve. Using multiple cameras and a masterful director, who really enjoyed airing shots of bassist Tina Weymouth shaking her butt, the resulting footage is must-see for any Talking Heads fan.
This documentary includes historical musical performances re-assessed by a panel of esteemed experts, as well as obscure footage, rare interviews and rarely seen photographs.
Generation Orchestra is a portrait of the impact of an initiative by the same name students from the Miguel Torga School, in Amadora. The initiative was inspired by the international project Orquestra Simon Bolivar, the apex of the National Network of Youth and Children's Orchestras of Venezuela. Ana, Daniel, Diogo and Monica take part in Generation Orchestra and devote themselves to a project that breaks with the formatted context of public schooling and becomes an indispensable part of their lives. From the onset, starting with Drama classes, we discover their dreams, their relationship with music and their sense of truly belonging to a group.
Live at Rockpalast Essen, Germany, Sept, 15, 1978, Peter Gabriel - voc/piano, Tony Levin - voc/bass, Jerry Marotta - drums/voc, Sid McGuiness - guit/voc, Larry Fast - keyb, Timmy Capello - keyb/sax
Includes all twenty-one of their music videos from 1986 to 1996, except for "Instinct" from their greatest hits album Recurring Dream. In 1987, New Zealand television show Catch 22 interviewed Crowded House while on tour. This interview, at 26 minutes long, is featured with live footage and scenes from all of the music videos up until that point edited throughout the interview.