On 25th July 1998 - as dusk fell on the historic Route of Kings in London's Hyde Park, history was made. An audience of twenty-five thousand people gathered to see an amazing dance extravaganza - Feet of Flames. Over one hundred performers danced their way into history - led by the greatest of them all - Michael Flatley. With new music, dances, costumes and sets, Feet of Flames pushes Michael Flatley to the limit - and takes you on a spectacular journey, through light and dark, good and evil, passion and despair, to an astonishing finale that will leave you gasping for breath.
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Manufacturer: Sony Legacy
TAYLOR AND HIS BAND ARE FILMED IN CONCERT AT BOSTON'S BEACON THEATRE, PERFORMING CLASSICS AND SONGS FROM THE HOURGLASS ALBUM. Sensitive singer-songwriter, soft-rock poster boy, boomer troubadour: James Taylor has outlived the stereotypes offered by fans and critics alike by simply staying his musical course and continuing to refine his familiar, deceptively mellifluous style. This 1998 concert displays Taylor's craftsmanship and easy rapport with both his band and his audience to satisfying effect, offering a repertoire that draws from his entire career while providing a generous selection of songs from his Grammy-winning 1997 set, Hourglass. Fans will love it, of course, but even jaded listeners can find fresh feeling and formidable expertise here. By now, Taylor's skill at low-key love songs is a given, making him an archetypal "sensitive New Age guy" on the strength of his canny mix of emotional vulnerability, romantic imagery, and understated delivery. Less obviously, Taylor has gradually transformed the shadows of disillusionment audible in his earliest songs into a nuanced acknowledgment of his own age. "Line 'Em Up," from Hourglass, typifies his skill at limning disarmingly lucid, frankly philosophical vignettes, here woven around a recollection of Richard Nixon's last hurrah, while "Jump Up Behind Me" affords a testament to self-determination ultimately as serious in theme as it is buoyant in its musical framework. Throughout, Taylor's stage band proves a thoroug...
Millions of fans around the world. Las Vegas. Britney. It was a night to remember when the reigning queen of pop gave a house-shaking performance to a sold-out Vegas crowd with countless fans watching the action unfold live on HBO. Includes Oops! I Did it Again; Crazy; Lucky; Don't Let Me Be the Last to Know; I'm a Slave 4 U; Baby One More Time , and more. 2001/color/90 min/NR/fullscreen. With a November 2001 Las Vegas performance that became an HBO special, Britney Spears headlines a visual spectacle that surpasses even Vegas's stage shows. From the opening "Oops! I Did It Again" to the closing "I'm a Slave 4 U," Spears and her dance troupe athletically romp through a live, life-size, 90-minute music video. There's no musical emphasis (usually the original recordings play while Spears nominally pays attention to what she's supposed to be singing), but that's not the point. Soft-spoken offstage, Spears becomes someone else entirely in front of an audience: numerous costume changes, a plethora of filmed footage, awesome acrobatics, and a gigantic stage set create the ultimate triumph of visuals over music. During the encore, "Baby One More Time," rain drenches Spears, giving a born entertainer one final opportunity to leave her fans awestruck. The concert was broadcast live to four military bases, and Spears acknowledges the soldiers' service in the wake of the September 11 terrorist attacks. --Kevin Filipski
Manufacturer: Image Entertainment
One of America's fastest-rising comedians, Bill Burr wields his razor-sharp wit with rare skill. You've seen him on Chappelle's Show, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Late Night with David Letterman and HBO's One Night Stand. In this brand-new stand-up performance, Bill takes aim at the stuff that drives us crazy, political correctness gone haywire, and girlfriends, or as he calls them: relentless psycho robots. A keenly observant social commentator, Bill Burr is also one of the funniest voices in comedy today.