A documentary covering the R&B (rhythm and blues) field from the 1940s to the early 1950s. Included is footage of performances by major R&B singers of the time, and interviews with singers, producers and others involved in the field.
The passengers are search their placements on the flight of life or death. Grotesque and wildly exaggerated flight attendants help out and give safety instructions. The publisher and his friend is already seated. A child rocks on a plastic stool. Suicide is painless. Perhaps even a relief. Fasten your seatbelts. Recording of the stage version.
During the summer of 1977 The Runaways took the unsuspecting nation of Japan by storm becoming the fourth most popular imported musical act behind Led Zeppelin and The Beatles. Unfortunately most of the available video footage from their two month tour is of fifth or sixth generation bootleg quality.
Legendary rock 'n' roller Chuck Berry performs at the BBC Television Theatre in 1972. Johnny B Goode, Roll Over Beethoven and Nadine are just some of the highlights of this concert, shown in an extended cut. This version includes, for the first time, an epic rendition of My Ding-a-Ling that carries all before it and raises innuendo to an art form.
An infamous short film that accompanies the Linda McCartney song of the same name.
Outlaw, cannibal rock stars run for their lives from a posse of bounty killers.
Blerta, captain of the volleyball team, loves Miri, the driver of the cooperative. The nephew of the cooperative chairwoman is also called Miri and he lives in Tirana. Uan Suka, a servile troublemaker, convinces the farther of Blerta to engage his daughter with the nephew of the chairwoman. The confusion solves when the nephew of the chairwoman comes in the cooperative.
The music industry provides an ideal setting to indulge fantasies, but what happens when they go too far? Rapper G-Eazy stars as a musician navigating the demands and temptations of fame in this dark, stylish examination of ego.
A triumphant performance from the King of the Blues Guitar at the Theatre Antique,Vienne,France 1988. Includes: Got My Mojo Working,Five Long Years,Someone Else Is Steppin In Slippin Out,Slippin In,Shes Nineteen Years Old,Strange Brew ,Mustang Sally,Voodoo Chile,Red House,Midnight Train,Sweet Home Chicago.
The Go-Go's perform live-in-concert on their 1984 "Talk Show" tour.
With one of the fastest selling debut albums of all time, The Knack burst onto the scene in 1979 with their own brand of straightforward power pop and a lead-off single ("My Sharona") that would top the charts and become Billboard's Top Pop Single of 1979. A true overnight sensation that would be doomed by overhype and the inevitable critical backlash that followed, The Knack were nonetheless an exciting live band with both musical chops and a sense of humor.
Documentary featuring a special performance by one of the most influential hip hop acts of all time at the world famous Metropolis Sound Studio in London. Twenty-five years after the release of Public Enemy's most successful album Fear of a Black Planet, the rap legends Chuck D, Flavor Flav, DJ Lord and The S1W perform all of their fan favorites, interspersed with frank interview footage.
In this short animation a single room is the setting for a lyrical dance through time about family roots. The objects in the room swirl, rearrange and change themselves to reflect the passing seasons, years and generations. As Victorian Christmas fantasies give way to computer-age realities, the procession of objects reaffirms the values that endure the vagaries of fashion and the ravages of time.
A horror comedy directed by Helmer von Lützelburg.
Lalo, a humble mechanic with a great singing voice is discovered by the most famous pop group and launched to stardom, but he will be dazzled by fame and money, even forgetting his loved ones.