Frankie Beverly takes seminal soul band Maze through its paces in this compilation culled from 12 shows the group performed at New Orleans's famous Saenger Theatre. The guys have the folks from the Big Easy on their feet as they funk their way through classics like "Back in Stride," "We Are One," "Never Let You Down," "Joy and Pain," "Happy Feelin's," "Southern Girl" and more.
A documentary exploring the current state of the music business, as told by those who make their living in the the industry.
In this fondly remembered mini series John Byrne, creator of Tutti Frutti, explores the country music scene in an unsentimental portrait of Glaswegian life and culture. Local food and wine correspondent Frank McClusky falls in love with waitress Cissie Crouch. Unfortunately for him, she’s the wife of a convict, who is serving time for a crime he didn’t commit. As Frank’s life becomes more embroiled with Cissie’s he goes on a mission to track down the guilty men.
A documentary capturing the recording process of singer Yano Akiko's 1992 cover album, Super Folk Song.
A one-off performance recorded live at Paisley Park during rehearsals for the Sign O The Times Tour, March 21st 1987.
In this short animation, a girl is so carried away by her love of music that she forgets about her household chores. Her father tells her to finish the dishes. Instead of washing them, she turns them into musical instruments, and he finally recognizes her talent. Based on Article 29 of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, this film illustrates children's right to develop their talents and abilities to their fullest potential.
Recorded at Berliner Philharmonie, Berlin, November 4, 1972. A DVD has been issued of the concert by "Standing Ovation" - "Gerry Mulligan, Paul Desmond & The Dave Brubeck Trio. Live In Berlin 1972". It does not include the non Brubeck tracks. Tracks 5-11 on CD 2, are from a rare live performance by Mulligan and Desmond playing together along with Jaki Byard, in New Orleans in 1969.
A documentary about the jazz standard and it's roots in Jewish and African-American culture/
An in-depth look at one of the world's most controversial artists. This personal narrative features numerous songs by both Yoko and her late husband, John Lennon. These include "Imagine," "Give Peace a Chance," and "Walking on Thin Ice."
A longform video that showcases the British pop group ABC, using songs from their album "The Lexicon of Love" to tell a spy-caper story of how the unsuspecting lead singer, Martin Fry, is duped into fronting the band because of his striking resemblance to another man associated with espionage. Will he stumble onto the deception before it is too late for him?
In an post-apocalyptic future, a group of young terrorists fights desperately against the obscure "Professor", the personification of all that is unwholesome in society, who ingeniously controls the ruins of civilization.
The plot revolves around Jeevan Thakur's fight against the local cunning money lender Lala & his ally Inspector Dushant Singh with revenge for killing his parents.
Television performances taped for ABC-TV program "Shindig" July 1, 1965 at the ABC Television Center, Hollywood, California. The performances were broadcast July 7, 1965, except for "Who'll Be the Next in Line" (Track 6), which was scheduled for broadcast on September 16, but evidently not used until included on this commercial video release in 1992.
A film surrounding a small congregation where a young girl performs an act of faith healing.