Gino Vannello - Live in Montreal 1992

Ranging from soul to soft rock, singer and songwriter Gino Vannelli earned several hits during the 1970s, including "People Gotta Move" and "I Just Wanna Stop." This is Gino's first live concert on DVD. 1- Brother To Brother 2- Wild Horses 3- The Time Of Day 4- Crazy Life 5- I Just Wanna Stop 6- People Gotta Move 7- Something Tells Me 8- In The Name Of Money 9- Hurts To Be in Love 10- Black Cars

Hollywood Musical!

A group of 40-somethings in Hollywood juggle their frustration with the movie business and upheaval in their personal lives. They also burst into song.

Candles, Snow & Mistletoe 1993

Sharon, Lois & Bram take a most unusual train trip home for the holidays. Joined by an eccentric assortment of fellow passengers, the trio take the ride of their lives and rediscover the true meaning of the holiday season.

Latest from the DaDaeR 1990

In a loose set of cabaret pieces, Steffen Mensching and Hans-Eckardt Wenzel - highly acclaimed East German poets, songwriters and clowns - satirize East German life in its final days and the arrival of new times after the fall of the Berlin Wall. The clowns are allowed to leave prison to sing for people outside. As they perform their pieces, however, the country sinks into rebellion, the prison is attacked and looted, and the people chase the clowns away. Latest from the Da-Da-R was the first film made by an artistic production group that had fought for independence within the structures of the state-owned DEFA film studio for years. "Da-Da-R" is a wordplay on the irreverent Dada art movement of the 1920s and the German acronym for East Germany- the DDR.

Awesome 80's Vol.6

Featuring Madness, FYC, Crowded House, Hall & oats, Bananarama, Eurythmics, Talk talk, Frankie goes to Hollywood, MJ, Yes, Nik Kersgaw, Thompson Twins, Level 42, Wham.

Awesome 80's Vol.5

Hits from Tear's for Fears, Soft Cell, Simple Minds, The Proclaimers, OMD, Belinda carsile, Billy Ocean, A-HA, dead or Alive, Rick Astley, Tiffany, Duran Duran and others.

Awesome 80's Vol.4

With Wacko Jacko, Human League, Roxette, David Bowie, Spandau Ballet, OMD, Culture Club, Glass Tiger, Starship, Til Tuesday, Alison Moyet, Climie Fisher, Bangles, Sandra and may others

Awesome 80's Vol.3

Queen - A kind of Magic Roxette - Dressed for Success Michael Jackson - Smooth Criminal Thompson Twins - Doctor Doctor UB40 - Kingston Town Men at Work - Who can it be Now Nena - 99 Red Balloons Boom Boom Boom - Here come the Man StarShip - We built this City Kim Wild - Kids in America Wham - Everything She Wants Duran Duran - Wild Boys Whitney Houston - Dance with Somebody Sandra - everlasting love David Bowie - Blue Jean Erasure - Oh L'Amour Eurythmics - Sweet Dreams Yazoo - Nobodies Diary Human League - Human And Much Much More

Voices 1979

Oscar-nominee Amy Irving ("Crossing Delancy," "Carrie") stars as a deaf woman who falls in love with an aspiring rock singer, even though she is unable to hear him sing.

Combat Tour Live: The Ultimate Revenge 1985

To say THE ULTIMATE REVENGE is dated 22 years after it was released would be an understatement. The effects that Combat used in the video are pretty cheesy (slow-motion, still photo, going back & forth between the video negative & the developed shot, etc). It would have been better to just show the raw footage. Still, to a certain extent, THE ULTIMATE REVENGE does document the growing interest in thrash metal that was taking place at the time. Combat Records decided to showcase their three biggest acts, Slayer, Venom & Exodus. All three had released new or debut albums when the video was shot. Concert footage recorded at Studio 54 in New York. Witching Hour is taken from the Live Video EP from 1982. Countess Bathory is from The 7th Date of Hell video from '84. An interview with Venom exclusive to this release is included.

A Tribute to the King

A Tribute to the King Concert. One of the greatest musicians plays a tribute to the King of music, Elvis Presley. December 2004- London's famous Abbey Road Studios plays host to a stellar line- up of legendary guitar gods, for a very special "one-of" tribute concert for Scotty Moore in honour of The King of Rock'n'Roll. While Eric Clapton rocked "That's Alright Mama" with Scotty, Mark Knopfler of Dire Straits invited Scotty for "Blue Moon". Scotty's favorite Elvis tune was sung by David Gilmour when he did his Pink Floydized version of "Don't". Rolling Stones past and present Bill Wyman and Ronnie Wood, Steve Gibbons, Mark Taylor, Albert Lee, Fairport Convention and many more.... agreed, Scotty Moore's guitar truly rocked the world.