Marc Almond: Live at the Union Chapel 2003

Recorded at the Union Chapel in London, this concert from 2000 features Marc Almond in an intimate, and unique, setting. Working his way through a variety of cover versions and original material, Amongst the covers are Lou Reed's "Caroline Says," Scott Walker's "Jacky," and Jacques Brel's "The Devil (Okay)."

Magnum: Live in London 2005

No doubt about it, Magnum is a survivor. 1985 was a watershed year for the merchants of hard rock when they came through with an enduring ballad -- the title song from their album "On a Storyteller's Night." That year, Magnum performed the song during a set at London's Camden Palace Theatre before an S.R.O. crowd. "All England's Eyes," "Two Hearts," "Kingdom of Madness" and many more stalwarts were recorded live and can be seen right here.

Richard Wagner: Tannhäuser 2004

Music & Musicals, Opera & Operetta, Classical Music - Witness the Zurich Opera's stunning production of Richard Wagner's masterpiece "Tannhauser," conducted by Franz Welser-Most and featuring Peter Sieffert (Tannhauser), Solveig Kringelborn (Elisabeth) and Thomas Hampson (von Eschenbach). Initially produced in Dresden in 1845, "Tannhauser" instilled a sense of wonder in a few of Strauss's ardent friends and admirers, among them Robert Schumann and Franz Liszt. Opera buffs will love it.

South of Caliente 1951

"King of the Cowboys" Roy Rogers stars with his real-life wife, Dale Evans, in this Western about a hardworking farmer who helps a struggling rancher by transporting her prize horse to Mexico. A fortuitous meeting with a fortune-teller (Charlita) -- who specializes in dire predictions -- sets the tone for their adventures. Burlesque comic Pinky Lee co-stars, playing himself.

Israel & New Breed: Alive in South Africa 2006

Contemporary Christian rockers Israel and New Breed set out on the road to support their gold-selling, Grammy nominated release Live from Another Level, and the cameras are rolling to capture all of the praise and performance in this release of a concert staged in Cape Town, South Africa. Songs featured in this performance include "Alive," "Favor of the Lord," "Not Forgotten," and "Turn it Around."

Héctor "El Father": Bad Boy - The Concert 2007

Héctor "El Father" performs some of his best-loved songs for an enthusiastic audience in this 2007 concert filmed live in the José Miguel Agrelot Coliseum, Puerto Rico. A renowned reggaeton star, Héctor has also become one of the most successful producers in the Latin American music industry since rising to fame as a member of the duo Héctor y Tito. Songs include "Rumor de Guerra," "Maldades," "Noche de Travesuras," "Mayor Que Yo," "Hello Mama," "En Busca de Ti" and many more. Featurings: Wisin, Yandel, Jowell, Randy, Yomo, Polaco, among others.

Duke Ellington & His Orchestra 1929-1943 2000

Joined by the likes of saxophonist Ben Webster and trumpeter Cootie Williams, jazz giant Duke Ellington demonstrates in this collection of performance clips (spanning the years 1929-43) precisely why he's one of the seminal figures in American music. Ellington's musical evolution can be seen in excerpts from feature-length and short films that include Black and Tan, Check and Double Check, Symphony in Black and The Hit Parade of 1937.

The Living End: Live at Festival Hall 2006

The Living End showcase State of Emergency live at Melbourne's Festival Hall in 2006. What's On Your Radio? (from State of Emergency) Second Solution (from The Living End) I Can't Give You What I Haven't Got (from From Here On In) Who's Gonna Save Us? (from Modern ARTillery) Save The Day (from The Living End) One Step Behind (from State of Emergency) Black Cat (from State of Emergency) All Torn Down (from The Living End) EP Medley From Here On In (from It's For Your Own Good) The Living End (from Hellbound) English Army (from It's For Your Own Good) Hellbound (from Hellbound) Strange (from Hellbound) Prisoner Of Society (from The Living End) 'Til The End (from State of Emergency) E-Boogie Long Live the Weekend (from State of Emergency) Uncle Harry (from Roll On) Roll On (from Roll On) Wake Up (from State of Emergency) West End Riot (from The Living End) What's On Your Radio? Wake Up Long Live the Weekend Nothing Lasts Forever

Jack Johnson: Live in Japan 2005

Hawaiian singer-songwriter Jack Johnson takes the Tokyo stage for a memorable live set filmed at the end of his first world tour, featuring guest appearances by Donavon Frankenreiter and Money Mark. Tracks from the surfer boy-cum-recording artist include live performances of "Banana Pancakes," "Gone," "It's All Understood," "Cookie Jar," "Pirate at 40," "Heading Home," "Wasting Time," "The News," "Inaudible Melodies" and "Times Like These."

Merle Haggard: Live at Billy Bob's Texas 2004

Music & Musicals, Classic Country & Western, Country & Western/Folk - Texas's world-famous Billy Bob's is the site for this unforgettable live concert from one of country music's greatest legends, the inimitable Merle Haggard. Mixing new material with his many classic hits, Merle gives a top-notch performance. The varied set is sure to please fans young and old with classic renditions of tunes such as "Rainbow Stew," "Natural High," "Workin' Man Blues" and "Ol' Country Singer."

Manchali 1973

One condition prevents young Leena (Leena Chandravarkar) from receiving her inheritance: She's unwed -- and until she marries, her uncle won't relinquish her legacy. When the frustrated Leena meets jobless Sanjeev (Sanjeev Kumar), the duo concocts a quid-pro-quo scheme: For a sum, Sanjeev will temporarily pose as her spouse. But once Leena has her fortune in hand, she's ready for "hubby" to make tracks.

Minuscule 2003

This documentary offers a behind-the-scenes look at Björk and her touring entourage for the 2001 Vespertine tour. It includes interviews with harpist Zeena Parkins, the Inuit choir from Greenland, electronic duo Matmos, and an ongoing conversation with Björk herself about her recordings and her tours. The documentary is interspersed with live footage of songs from the tour shot by Ragnheidur Gestsdóttir, which themselves correspond to the performances chosen for the Vespertine Live album.

The Great American Songbook 2003

Sparkling performances by Judy Garland, Lena Horne, Al Jolson, the teenage Dorothy Dandridge and the flash-dancing Nicholas Brothers light up this great documentary that originally aired on educational television. Using rare and never-before-seen footage, singer-pianist and musical historian Michael Feinstein hosts an informative look at the composers and lyricists who wrote America's standards from the 1890s through the mid-1950s.

George Harrison: The Dark Horse Years 1976-1992 2004

Former Beatle George Harrison has had many artistic incarnations. This video includes performance footage from Harrison's 1991 tour in Japan with Eric Clapton, seven music videos and interview footage, plus a special bonus of three songs (performed by Harrison himself) from the movie he produced, Shanghai Surprise, starring Madonna and Sean Penn. Tracks include "This Song," "Crackerbox Palace," "Got My Mind Set on You," "Taxman" and more.

*NSYNC: Making The Tour 2001

*NSYNC's Making The Tour is a sneak peek into the creation of the group's highly successful No Strings Attached Tour, from set design to rehearsal, featuring footage not seen in the original MTV broadcast!

Petey & Ginger 2012

When the global economy collapses the only true victors are those that weren't invited to the boom. Petey plays in a band and works in a pornography warehouse; Ginger works the night shift in a bar. From opposite coasts of the country, the two provide their personal takes on individual vs. collective crisis, together weaving a narrative that exposes a wasteland of shattered economic dreams, unfulfilled social promises and a bleak reality that only music and friendship can float freely above.

La Finta Giardiniera 2006

The Zurich Opera gathered a superb cast for this production: Italian soprano Eva Mei sings the Countess Violante, known as Sandrina, the feigned gardener of the title. Spanish soprano Isabel Rey is her opponent Arminda, and Arminda's former lover, the melancholy Cavaliere Ramiro, is sung by Romanian mezzo Liliana Nikiteanu. Moretti's staging presents the action in a modern villa in a hierarchical world of the rich and famous.

Bill Monroe: Father of Bluegrass Music 1993

No single figure in American music so dominated a genre as did Bill Monroe with bluegrass. BILL MONROE: FATHER OF BLUEGRASS MUSIC features performances by Bill Monroe & the Blue Grass Boys, Lester Flatt, Emmylou Harris, Paul McCartney, the Osborne Brothers, Dolly Parton, Ricky Skaggs, Marty Stuart, John Hartford and a once-in-a-lifetime Blue Grass Boys reunion featuring Del McCoury, Chubby Wise and Bill Keith. The film features archival footage and rare 1990s performances from Monroe's final years including many of the greatest songs from his six decades of recording.

In Gay Madrid 1930

Ricardo, a young law student in his home town of Madrid, is a carefree playboy who loves nightclubs and courting pretty girls. His father hopes to instill a more serious attitude in his son by transferring him to a school in the rural town of Santiago. At Santiago, his father's old friend is to be his guardian. When Ricardo arrives at Santiago he joins a fraternity, and continues his carefree lifestyle while serenading and courting his guardian's daughter, Carmina.