SETLIST: Half Day, Closing, Over, Elysium, Glory Box, Roads, Western Eyes, Strangers, Sour Times.
Australian band Mammal play one night at Brisbane's Waterloo Hotel in 2007 off the back of their first live album "Vol 1: The Aural Underground" and new single "Nagasaki In Flames". Filmed at the peak of their underground following, and a full year away from the release of their debut studio album. The set consists of songs from the EP, the live album as well as a few that were never saw an official release. 1. Nagasaki In Flames 2. Think 3. Sweat The Vest 4. Hollywood Shrine 5. Two Soles 6. Push & Shove 7. Groove Junkie 8. New Breed Judas 9. Burnout 10. Inciting 11. Hell Yeah 12. Maker
Perth musician Robert Hunter was a pioneer of a musical genre, young father, digital communicator, ex drug and alcohol abuser, general hell-raiser and ultimately a terminal cancer patient. When Hunter's time on this earth was in danger of being cruelly cut short at 35, he co-opted the digital tools at his disposal and began to share his physical, emotional and musical journey in a very raw and honest way. For Hunter, the cancer became a lens through which life suddenly came sharply into focus
2002 Some of the excellent footage includes: excerpts from the 1970 Cincinnatti Pop Festival, famed for the Ig's clambering onto the audience, being hoisted aloft, and walking on a sea of hands, a feat unduplicated back in the day or since in the rock world; earliest Stooges B&W archival snippets showing Iggy right out of the chute as theatrical, quasi-modern dance iconoclast; the Ig enjoying his own private listening party to the original recording of "No Fun" years later; and lots of late-'90's/early 2000's audience interaction, sloppy kisses and all. 1 Lust For Life 2 TV Eye 3 I'm Alright 4 Dirt 5 Search & Destroy 6 Funtime Featuring – David Bowie 7 Nightclubbing 8 Lust For Life 9 China Girl 10 Bla, Blah, Blah 11 Lust For Life 12 I'm A God 13 Natural Feeling 14 Louie, Louie
Massive Attack , live at Melt Music Festival (Germany) 16-18 July 2010 United Snakes SONGS: Babel, Girl I Love You, Invade Me, Teardrop, Safe From Harm, Inertia Creeps, Unfinished Sympathy, Atlas Air.
Pressure Points: Live in Concert is a live DVD by progressive rock band Camel, released in 2003, recorded at Hammersmith Odeon on 11th May 1984
While the studio recordings of Chicago's Jesus Lizard are part of the canon of 90s indie rock, anyone who saw them knows their reputation as thee live band of that era is completely accurate. This film captures the original quartet in 1994 playing to a packed and frenzied crowd at the Rat in Boston. The band's workman like approach to their taunt, pummeling sound is contrasted by frontman David Yow's Dionysian revelry as he whips himself and the crowd into an ecstatic mess. This 2 camera shoot catches all the blood, spit and sweat of a truly killer live band at their peak.
Doña Francisquita is a 1953 Spanish comedy film directed by Ladislao Vajda. It was entered into the 1953 Cannes Film Festival.
Directed by Jean Manzon & René Persin
The Erasure Show – Live in Cologne is a DVD released by British synthpop duo Erasure which was a live concert from their sellout 2005 world tour, The Erasure Show.
Dalibor is a 1956 Czech film of the opera of the same name by Bedřich Smetana. Directed by Václav Krška, the film was entered into the 1956 Cannes Film Festival.
This films takes you to the very heart of War. With the help of immaculately researched archival performance and interview footage. War is here deconstructed and analysed by a dedicated team of critics and insiders. Expert insight include those of Chas De Whalley; A&R man through U2's early years, plus with the unparalleled knowledge of Mick Wall and BP Fallon; two veterans cum journalists cum music authors with a pedigree in the industry second to none. All these elements come together to make this the truly comprehensive review of one of U2's greatest albums.
in 2010 Beardyman went on tour around the UK performing a show based on suggestions from his fans. Here is it's story. Any likenesses to persons living or dead is completely intentional.
As lead guitarist with the legendary ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND, Dickey Betts was one of the main songwriters of such legendary songs as "In Memory of Elizabeth Reed", "Ramblin’ Man" and of course, "Jessica". Now, see Dickey Betts and his band Great Southern perform many of these classics in High Definition, with 5.1 Surround Sound and DTS audio.
Three attendees at a puppet theater don various roles in order to sing a variety of songs by Jacques Brel, all while hippies and other eccentrics cavort about them.
Two flappers (Claudette Colbert and Ginger Rogers) try to get their newspaper reporter boyfriends to pay attention to them.
The Hoochie Coochie Men are: Jon Lord: Keyboards Bob Daisley: Bass Tim Gaze: Guitar & Vocals Rob Grosser: Drums Jim Conway: Harmonica Special Guest: Jimmy Barnes
The two partners of a ladies' garter business are constantly feuding with each other. When they ask their lawyer to dissolve their partnership, he proposes that instead the two of them play a single poker hand: the loser to become the winner's personal manservant for a year.
Shuttleworth travels to the Shetland Islands to test his theory that the further north in Great Britain you go the nicer people are, Shetland being the most far north part of the UK. He meets various Shetland people in unrehearsed situations. Many assume him to be a real person and not a comic creation, though some scenes are acted, particularly parts with famous local tour guide Elma Johnson.
A hotel owner, in competition with a rival owner, finds a cache of lost treasure on the bottom of the bay after trying to drown himself which turns his life upside down.