Featuring portions of over a dozen songs, humorous British 'punk' ads, opinions, Ronnie Biggs, Malcolm McLaren (of course!), and a fantastic not-so-candid Lydon interview.
Turn of the century Paris provides the glittering setting for this light hearted tale of political and amorous intrigue amidst the gaiety of Parisian high society.. First performed in Vienna in 1905 and here performed in the English version by Christopher Hassal.
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."
Concert in 21/11/77 Capital Center Landover, Md. USA Live at the Capital Centre Landover, Maryland, United States (November 21, 1977) . Wond'ring Aloud . Skating Away On The Thin Ice Of The New Day . Jack-In-The-Green . Thick As A Brick . Songs From The Wood . Instrumental/ Drum Solo Improvisation . To Cry You A Song . A New Day Yesterday . Flute Solo Improvisation / God Rest Ye Gentlemen / Bouree . Living In The Past / A New Day Yesterday (Reprise) . Second Half Of The Concert - Opening . Velvet Green . Hunting Girl . Too Old To Rock 'n' Roll: Too Young To Die . Minstrel In The Gallery . Cross-Eyed Mary . Aqualung . Instrumental Improvisation . Wind-Up . Back Door Angels / Guitar Improvisation / Wind Up (Reprise) . Locomotive Breath . Land Of Hope And Glory/ Improvisation / Back Door Angels (Reprise) Bonus Videos: . Beethoven's Ninth . The Whistler
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 Silver Clef fundraising committee was founded in 1976 by musicians and managers from across the British music industry, who wanted to honour and award music artists whilst raising funds for Nordoff Robbins. The event went on to become the annual Silver Clef Awards and Lunch, an important date in the social and business calendar of the music industry, with even members of the Royal Family attending as guests of honour. The lunch is also the flagship event in the highly respected and well-known diary of fundraising events put on by Nordoff Robbins. The Silver Clef initiative eventually expanded to the USA, where members of the music community there arranged the first American Silver Clef Award Dinner and Auction in 1989. The funds from that event benefited the Nordoff Robbins Centre for Music Therapy based at New York University. In 1990 a concert was devised to raise money for the Nordorff Robbins music therapy centre, it was held at Knebworth park on the 30th June 1990.
Rock Goes To College (RGTC) was a BBC series that ran between 1978 and 1981 on British television. A variety of up-coming rock oriented bands were showcased live from small venues and broadcast simultaneously on television and radio. Cheap Trick performs at Brighton Polytechnic in 1979. 01 Hello There 02 Introduction 03 Come On, Come On 04 Stiff Competition 05 Ain't That a Shame 06 Need Your Love 07 I Want You to Want Me 08 California Man 09 Surrender
Joe Jackson Live at Hatfield Polytehchnic, UK. 29 November 1979. Introduction 1) SUNDAY PAPERS (00:26) 2) ONE MORE TIME (05:22) 3) FRIDAY (08:12) 4) IT’S DIFFERENT FOR GIRLS (12:25) 5) DON’T WANNA BE LIKE THAT (16:06) 6) HAPPY LOVING COUPLES (19:45) 7) I’M THE MAN (24:11) 8) GOT THE TIME (29:20) 9) IS SHE REALLY GOING OUT WITH HIM? (33:30) 10) COME ON (outro) (38:37)
The concept of this promo directed by Kathryn Bigelow was proposed by New Order's manager Rob Gretton, who was inspired by the clichés of the videos of then-popular American glam metal groups on MTV. Bigelow intercut the band footage with a narrative between Bill Paxton and Femi Gardiner.
A video of a live performance by the fabulous Dyketones. Great fun, humor, music, and costumes. Lesbian versions of some of the classic pop hits of the past. Poodle skirts and horn-rimmed glasses. Wishful fantasies about favorite female vocalists. Outrageous entertainment.
Using a 1945 Charlie Parker song, American indie animator, George Griffin greets us with a dizzying dance of torn Pop Art images. Shreds of consumer culture flash before us, swayed and absorbed by the tempo and power of Parker's horn.