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Third World - Music Hall In Concert
This live television performance from 1993 at the "HR-Hessische Rundfunk" in Germany features an 8-song performance by Third World, a musical institution whose themes are positive, progressive and internationally relevant.
Marvin's song is an existential love story of loss and grief set against a Lancashire landscape.
Toots & The Maytals - Live At Santa Monica Pier
This 60 minute DVD features Toots & the Maytals in a Live Performances from August 7, 1997 at the Santa Monica Pier in California. Get up and stand up during this electric Reggae concert!
Chi-Lites-Live in Norfolk 2005
The amazing and soulful Chi-Lites recorded live in Norfalk, Virginia in 2005. Hits include "Oh Girl," "Have You Seen Her," "Stoned Out of My Mind" and more.
Chet Baker - Candy
A 1985 video recording features legendary jazz trumpeter Chet Baker joined by Michel Graillier and Red Mitchell on piano and Jean-Louis Rassinfosse on bass. Also includes an interview with Baker.
Sing Your Song: Harry Belafonte
Susanne Rostock's inspiring biographical documentary SING YOUR SONG surveys the life and times of singer/actor/activist Harry Belafonte.
James Brown - Mr. Dynamite
James Brown was recognized by a plethora of titles including Soul Brother Number One, Mr. Dynamite, The Hardest Working Man in Show Business, and the best-known, the Godfather of Soul. This film reveals in-depth the myths and the truths surrounding the man who was respected by so many people.
Alicia Keys - From Start To Stardom
Alicia Keys burst onto the music scene as a young musical prodigy writing songs and performing background vocals for Columbia and later Arista Records. During the course of this unauthorized documentary, we will follow her incredible rise from the streets of Manhattan and into the hearts of the world.
I Need That Record! The Death (Or Possible Survival) Of The Independent Record Store
Guerilla filmmaker Brendan Toller unleashes "I Need That Record! The Death (Or Possible Survival) Of The Independent Record Store." A tour-de-force tale of greed, media consolidation, homogenized radio, big box stores, downloading, and technological shifts in the music industry told through candid interviews, crestfallen record store owners, startling statistics, and eye-popping animation.
Muse - Under Review
This film looks at Muse's entire career, and by using rare performance and interview footage of the band, contributions from their colleagues, plus rare photos, news reports, scene shoots and more, creates the finest documentary to date on this extraordinary band, the music they make and the lives they lead.
A Fighting Chance
With a unique vision that perseverance through the extraordinary leads to progress, Samsung enlisted Academy Award-winning filmmaker Morgan Neville to showcase the inspiring story of Olympic hopefuls from diverse countries who are defying barriers.
Butch Walker: Out of Focus
You may not know his name, but Butch Walker is known as the "musicians musician" and producer to some of todays biggest artists like Pink, Train, Fall Out Boy, and Taylor Swift to name a few.
Akon - Muzik of a Konvict
This documentary follows the the life of Aliaune Thiam, aka Akon. He grew up in Senegal before his family (including his father, jazz percussionist Mor Thiam) returned to the United States and settled in New Jersey when he was seven. There he discovered hip hop for the first time, as well as crime. He was eventually jailed, but he used the time to work on his musical ideas. Upon release, Akon began writing and recording tracks in a home studio.
One Bad Cat
A story about the role art plays in artist Reverend Albert Wagner.
The Spin Kid
Blending modern techno music with traditional Buddhist ceremonial dance on the big screen, The Spin Kid is one young man's redemptive journey from alleyway punk to dance floor pioneer.
Soundtrack for a Revolution
A fresh and exhilarating take on one of the most important social movements in American history, Soundtrack for a Revolution explores the civil rights struggle through the powerful and stirring songs that inspired a generation.
The Donovan Concert - Live in L.A.
This incredible performance was recorded in front of a packed house of adoring fans at the Kodak Theatre in Hollywood, California on January 21, 2007. Donovan performed all his legendary hits and cult classics. Cult filmmaker David Lynch introduced the concert held to benefit the David Lynch Foundation for Consciousness-Based Education and World Peace; a program which funds in-school Transcendental Meditation programs for at-risk youth.
New Flavors explains the impact of Southern Hip Hop and how the whole genre has impacted the cultural, economic, political and social landscape of American society.