In marked contrast to "Color Me Obsessed," director Gorman Bechard's risky yet rewarding 2011 Replacements documentary that featured no songs or appearances by its subject matter, his upcoming "Every Everything: the music, life & times of Grant Hart" doc completely flips the formula: It's 100% unfiltered, unrestrained Grant Hart. The former Husker Du co-songwriter/singer/drummer welcomes you into his world, immediately addresses any HD reunion possibilities in an old interview, and is shown wailing behind his kit during that renowned middle-American punk band's heyday.
24 August 2003 at Twickenham Stadium, London, England "Brown Sugar" "You Got Me Rocking" "Rocks Off" "Wild Horses" "You Can't Always Get What You Want" "Paint It Black" "Tumbling Dice" "Slipping Away" "Sympathy for the Devil" "Star Star" (B-stage) "I Just Want to Make Love to You" (B-stage) "Street Fighting Man" (B-stage) "Gimme Shelter" "Honky Tonk Women" "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction" "Jumpin' Jack Flash" Extras Band Commentaries "Gimme Shelter" "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction" "Sympathy for the Devil" AC/DC and the Stones Jumbotron Animation Custom Setlist Backstage Pass (Concert only)
"From The Vault" is a new series of live concerts from The Rolling Stones archive which are getting their first official release. "Hampton Coliseum –Live In 1981" is the first title in this series. The Rolling Stones American Tour in 1981 was the most successful tour of that year taking a then record $50 million dollars in ticket sales. The tour was in support of the critically and commercially successful "Tattoo You" album. There were fifty dates on the tour which ran from Philadelphia at the end of September through to Hampton,Virginia on the 18th and 19th of December. The show on December 18th, which was also Keith Richards' birthday, was the first ever music concert to be broadcast on television as a pay-per-view event. Tonk Women, Brown, Sugar, Start Me Up, Jumping Jack Flash, (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction
DVD1 (81:47) Intro; Not Fade Away; Tumbling Dice; You Got Me Rocking; Rocks Off;Sparks Will Fly; Live With Me (W/ Sheryl Crow); Satisfaction; Beast Of Burden; Angie; Dead Flowers; Sweet Virginia (W/ Woopie Goldberg); Do Do Do Heartbreaker; It’s All Over Now; Stop Breaking Down Blues (W/ Robert Cray); Who Do You Love (W/ Bo Diddley); I Go Wild DVD2 (99:00): Miss You; Band Intros; Honky Tonk Women; Before They Make Me Run; The Worst; Sympathy For The Devil; Monkey Man; Street Fighting Man; Start Me Up; Brown Sugar; Jumpin Jack Flash (W/ Woopie Goldberg); Bonus: Mick Taylor Live 1996 Can’t You Hear Me Knockin
A short musical drawing from the real-life exploits of lobotomist Dr. Walter Freeman.
The 666 is a bootleg video, recorded at Pumpkinland in March 1995. It is a video of The Smashing Pumpkins in the studio, rehearsing tracks for their album Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness. It was recorded by MTV for their Rockumentary about The Smashing Pumpkins. "The video is a lot like Let It Be, only there's no Yoko and The Pumpkins aren't breaking up." -Jesse Miller
Prince Abesalom runs into an orphaned Eteri while hunting, falls for her and brings the woman to his palace as his fiancé. The Prince’s aid Murman loses his self-control at Eteri’s beauty and gives her a spelled necklace as a wedding gift. Eteri contracts a mysterious disease that only Murman is capable to heal. Abesalom can no longer stand Eteri’s suffering and changes his mind to marry her. Murman sets the woman free from the spell and gets married with her. Abesalom cannot recover from the anguish and gets bedridden. Before his death Abesalom asks Murman’s permission to say farewell to Eteri and dies in her arms. Desperate Eteri commits suicide.
A documentary on DIY punk, with the style to match. Musicians such as Frank Turner, Jeff Rosenstock, Chris Clavin, David McWane, and many others discuss the ethics behind their music, and the community that surrounds it.
French General Birabeau has been sent to Morocco to root out and destroy the Riffs, a band of Arab rebels, who threaten the safety of the French outpost in the Moroccan desert. Their dashing, daredevil leader is the mysterious "Red Shadow". Margot Bonvalet, a lovely, sassy French girl, is soon to be married at the fort to Birabeau's right-hand man, Captain Fontaine. Birabeau's son Pierre, in reality the Red Shadow, loves Margot, but pretends to be a milksop to preserve his secret identity. Margot tells Pierre that she secretly yearns to be swept into the arms of some bold, dashing sheik, perhaps even the Red Shadow himself. Pierre, as the Red Shadow, kidnaps Margot and declares his love for her.
You Are the Only Song is a live concert video from Hamilton Place, Ontario previously released as "The Final Concert". The program is a remarkable tribute to an artist who averaged 200 shows a year, half of them for charity.
Biopic of singer and film actor Joseph Schmidt (1904-1942).
Live Guided by Voices show at Austin City Limits 2004.
About a taxi driver in Mumbai, Mangal, who is called "Hero" by his friends. A driver who drives a cab by day, then drinks at night, listens to his singer girlfriend, Sylive, and then goes into a drunken stupor - and wakes up with a hangover. One day, while assisting another taxi driver, Mangal comes to the assistance of a damsel in distress, who is being molested by two thugs. Mangal gallants rescues her, and attempts to take her to her destination, to no avail, as the person she is looking for has moved. The next day, Mangal and the young woman, Mala, again attempt to seek Ratanlal, a music director, but the entire day is spent in vain. Mala lives in Mangal's tiny apartment and both become attracted to each other. When Mala finds out about Sylvie, she leaves him. He goes in her search, but finds that she has become a famous singer with the help of her music director friend.
Sourced entirely from YouTube, converted and edited using Windows Media Maker. A comprehensive list of video credits is available at pointnever.com Root Strata, 2009 Pro-duplicated DVD-R in a slimline DVD case with translucent colour cover and transparent insert. Limited to 250 copies.