The Zen of Screaming 2 (DVD)
Manufacturer: Alfred Publishing Brand: Alfred Model: 72-9854623159
Alfred is pleased to distribute the second release in this best-selling vocal series, The Zen of Screaming 2. Moving a step beyond the basics of good vocal production learned in The Zen of Screaming, viewers now tackle the finer poin
The Magic Flute (The Criterion Collection)
Manufacturer: Criterion Brand: Image Entertainment Model: 2224972
A prince rescues a princess from a sorcerer in this version of Mozart's opera. Directed by Ingmar Bergman.
Outside: From The Redwoods
Manufacturer: Sony Legacy Model: 2230593
1) Program Start 2) Conviction of The Heart 3) What A Foll Believes 4) Your Mama Don't Dance 5) Return To Pooh Corner 6) Now and Then 7) Will of the Wild 8) Watching the River Run/ Danny's Song 9) If You believe 10) This Is It 11) Love Will Follow 12) Lea
Metallica - S & M with the San Francisco Symphony
Manufacturer: Warner Music Vision Brand: METALLICA
Metallica, never resting, never ceasing to innovate or amaze, returns with an extraordinary document of their concert with the San Francisco Symphony. Metallica's select favorites unfold like never before with the eloquent symphonic backing; they have never sounded more powerful or dramatic. The performance includes two new songs--"No Leaf Clover" and "Human."
Mark Twain Tonight
Manufacturer: KULTUR VIDEO Brand: Kulter
Hal Holbrook's classic performance captures the flamboyant humor and irreverence of Mark Twain, in this remarkable 90 minute, one man show.
Prince- Rave un2 The Year 2000
Manufacturer: Image Entertainment
The Artist performs music from his critically-acclaimed album "Rave Un2 the Joy Fantastic," as well as selections from his vault of smash hits and pop classics. Filmed at Paisley Park Studio in Minneapolis, where a multi-piece band, including legendary bass player Larry Graham and members of the Family Stone, join the Artist and his special guests in this spectacular historical event. Songs: Let's Go Crazy, She's Always in My Hair, U Got the Look, Kiss, Jungle Love (Morris Day and the Time), The Bird (Morris Day and the Time), American Woman (Lenny Kravitz), Fly Away (Lenny Kravitz), Get Off, Medley (Rosie Gaines, Mike Scott, Maceo Parker), It's Alright, Everyday People (Cynthia Robinson, Gerry Martini), Higher, Purple Rain, The Christ, Blues Medley (Maceo Parker, Johnny Blackshire), Nothing Compares 2 U, Take Me With U/Raspberry Beret, The Greatest Romance Ever Sold, Baby Knows, Baby I'm a Star, 1999. Back in 1983, Prince emphatically described how he was going to bring in the new millennium. Still, who knew "1999" would be so prophetic? Who knew Prince would still be around to make good on his promise? It's doubtful you were sitting home, watching a pay-per-view special on the last night of 1999, but know this: The Artist, Prince--whatever he's calling himself on a daily basis--understands how to throw one amazing party. This DVD not only presents the entire 21-song pay-per-view in its entirety, but also includes behind-the-scenes interviews and adds additional jams featuri...
Bruce Springsteen - The Complete Video Anthology, 1978-2000
Manufacturer: Sony Legacy Brand: Sony Model: 4978268
Bruce Springsteen Video Anthology 1978-2000 is a double DVD featuring 33 performances spanning 22 years of concerts, music videos, and television appearances by Springsteen. The two-hour collection represents a complete anthology of Bruce Springsteen videos, as well as rare or previously unreleased bonus performances. In all, 15 of the 33 clips on Bruce Springsteen Video Anthology 1978-2000 did not appear on the original 1989 home video release of the Anthology. Some highlights include: --"If I Should Fall Behind," a live concert performance by Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band. Directed by Jonathan Demme, and filmed at Madison Square Garden in 2000 (previously unreleased). --"Highway Patrolman," directed by Sean Penn (2000). Features footage from the motion picture The Indian Runner (previously unreleased). --"Hungry Heart," a music video/performance filmed in Germany in 1995, and previously released only in Europe. --Rare TV performances: "The Ghost of Tom Joad" from Bruce Springsteen's 1995 visit to The Tonight Show with Jay Leno; "Born in the U.S.A.," a solo acoustic performance from Springsteen's 1998 appearance on The Charlie Rose Show; "Secret Garden," an alternate version, with strings (previously unreleased). Complete track listing: Disc 1: Rosalita (1978; directed by Arnold Levine), The River (1980; from "No Nukes" concert; directed by Danny Goldberg, Julian Schlossberg, Anthony Potenza), Thunder Road (1980; from "No Nukes" concert; directed by Danny Gold...
Phish - Bittersweet Motel
Manufacturer: Image Entertainment
Bittersweet Motel takes a look at the iconoclastic musicians of Phish, one of rock and roll's most successful touring bands, a group Rolling Stone Magazine has called "the most important band of the '90s." This 80-minute documentary tracks the band over the course of a year--on and off stages across the United States, Europe and at home in Vermont. The film wraps with an extensive section devoted to one of Phish's grand festivals, "The Great Went," where 70,000 fans descend on the tiny village of Limestone, Maine, for a spectacular multi-day musical event. Director Todd Phillips, best known for his groundbreaking films, Sundance Award winner Frat House and the blockbuster comedy Road Trip, reveals the amazing phenomenon of the band--their music, loyal fans and spectacular live shows. Phillips presents a compelling film that every music fan will find fascinating. Phishheads may be hard-pressed to define what they love about their idols, the Vermont-based jam band Phish, but they know it when they see it--and hear it. And Bittersweet Motel, the 2000 documentary by Todd Phillips, serves up exactly what they want: generous dollops of the band's free-form, jazz-laced music and by-the-numbers backstage glimpses of the musicians relaxing during rehearsals, between sets, and after hours. The 84-minute film follows a year in the life of the band, from the happening called the Great Went in Maine in August 1997 through the band's 1998 European tour (but inexplicably, the film b...
Yanni - Tribute
Manufacturer: Virgin Records Us Model: VIDVUS 135
This tribute DVD chronicles Yanni's two very special concert events at the Taj Mahal and The Forbidden City, featuring the songs from 1997's platinum "Tribute" CD. This DVD also includes "No Borders, No Boundaries," a documentary on the production of eas Exotic locales and famous monuments! Adagios and waltzes! Spectacle and bombast! A didgeridoo and an orchestra too! Yanni's amazing hair!! All this and much more make Tribute a feast sure to be eagerly devoured by the Greek composer-keyboardist's legions of fans--and it's not hard to understand why, as it is an impressive achievement. The DVD chronicles Yanni's 1997 concerts at India's Taj Mahal (the first concert staged there) and Beijing's Forbidden City (the first-ever performance there by a Western artist), and these splendid settings are certainly shown to good effect throughout this well-directed, great-sounding program. As for the music, well, that's all a matter of taste; what might be schlocky to one person will be beautiful and majestic to another. But regardless of one's musical leanings, no one can dispute that the 90-minute concert, combining numbers from both locations, provides a healthy and representative dose of Yanni's New Age-cum-classical-cum-world music sounds, and they are well played by the international cast of nearly 50 musicians and singers (violinist Karen Briggs and guitarist Pedro Eustache acquit themselves especially well among the soloists). And that's not all, as the DVD is loaded with bonus...
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