Directed by Salah Abouseif.
Rockabilly singer Slick Slavin illustrates how popular screen stars will appear in new 3D technology.
This programme charts the roller-coaster career of the quintessential sixties group - from the folk scene to international stardom, and to drugs and despair when the '60s dream turned to '70s nightmare.
A lonely young woman sings two melancholy ballads in her Manhattan high rise apartment.
"She's out there somewhere, well and alive." Eiji (Teruhiko Saigo) and his sister hadn't seen their mother in almost 20 years. The war had separated them. When Eiji learns that his sister is engaged, he is determined to reunite with his mother and relay the wonderful news. With a pocket full of hopes and just one clue that may lead him to his mother, Eiji sets off for Taiwan.
On this DVD you'll find two seperate and dinstinct performances, one at the peak of the original line-up in 1998 live in Brussels, the other featuring Corgan's latest formation since 2011 live in New York. Both shows display the intensity and quality of one of alt rock's best band!
The Yacht Club Boys sing at a private party for George Mellon and his daughter. There are four of them, one of whom plays the piano, two play the guitar, and fourth plays the violin.
Train performance at San Francisco's Warfield Theatre intercut with documentary footage of the band.
1942. Owing to a stolen mink coat, Süti, the young poet and journalist, gets acquainted with Katalin, the idolated singer. Before being drafted to labour service, he shows the actress the song he composed for her, entitled Smouldering Cigarette.
From Nashville With Music is another slim plot that gives an excuse for Nashville country stars to perform. The stars are Leo G. Carroll, Marilyn Maxwell, Jose Gonzalez-Gonzalez, Marty Robbins (singing "El Paso"), Buddy Allen, Bill Anderson, Don Gibson, Merle Haggard, George Jones, Cousin Jody, Buck Owens, Bonnie Owens, Charley Pride, Susan Raye, Carl Smith, Wynn Stewart and Tammy Wynette. (from http://archive.tennessean.com/article/20070511/SPECIAL0907/705110501/1969-Movie-From-Nashville-Music)
Filmed at one of the largest Homecoming concert events ever at the Georgia Dome, Atlanta, Georgia; Atlanta Homecoming contains live performances of some of your favourite songs and artists.
Produced by Official Films and titled "When The Circus Comes to Town, featuring the Kidoodlers singing a song.
Cab Calloway performing his famous hit "Minnie the Moocher".
Part of George Moreno's 'The Merry Music Shop' series.