The Lee Thompson Ska Orchestra play a set live from the West Holts Stage at Glastonbury 2014
A young singer from Wales becomes a pop star but soon tires of his success and returns home.
In 1979, James Brown flew to Santa Cruz, California to make a comeback performance. The filmed tapes of that show were locked away for 12 years, until now. In one of his greatest shows, Brown performs "Sex Machine," "Get Up Offa That Thing," "Georgia on My Mind," "Papa's Got a Brand New Bag" and more. 1 Get Up Offa That Thing 2 Body Heat 3 Try Me 4 Sex Machine 5 Georgia On My Mind 6 Please Please Please 7 Can't Stand It 8 Papa's Got A New Bag 9 Jam
John Wetton and Geoff Downes formed the songwriting partnership that propelled Asia directly to the top of the rock universe
A fast-paced documentary about a second generation of punk rockers living in Toronto. It offers insight into this segment of culture by videotaping in the streets, bars, and homes of punks. Conversations are intercut with the music of the punk bands at the core of the scene.
Jaded night club owner stages the comeback of an ex-teen idol for revenge.
The 1st Sailor Moon musical. Covers the Dark Kingdom arc.
A TV special filled with love & music from the heart of the South to your heart.
A meditative film poem exploring the mystic's vision of the oneness of All and the possibility of a deeper, more profound reality through the use of camera, music, movement, color and light.
On the day he enters Kennedy High in Manhattan wearing a patch over one eye, sixteen-year-old Horace Hobart is urged to join what he believes is the toughest gang at school.
Recorded at Berliner Philharmonie, Berlin, November 4, 1972. A DVD has been issued of the concert by "Standing Ovation" - "Gerry Mulligan, Paul Desmond & The Dave Brubeck Trio. Live In Berlin 1972". It does not include the non Brubeck tracks. Tracks 5-11 on CD 2, are from a rare live performance by Mulligan and Desmond playing together along with Jaki Byard, in New Orleans in 1969.
A film about Sparks fans...but not only for the fans!
Velu Jaishankar a poor farmer, loses his sister Dhanam due to the atrocities and exploitation of landlord Periyasamy. To avenge his sister's death, Velu kills Periyasamy's brother. He then escapes from there. He joins a gang of dacoits, headed by Narasingam. The gang is initially perturbed by Velu's presence, but his courage and good nature wins him their love and respect. Velu succeeds Narasingam as gang leader. His aim is to rob the rich and save the poor. He is constantly looking for an opportunity to take revenge against Periyasamy. Velu forgets that his wife is waiting for his return to his village. Finally, Velu takes revenge on Periyasamy and surrenders to police.
An in-depth look at one of the world's most controversial artists. This personal narrative features numerous songs by both Yoko and her late husband, John Lennon. These include "Imagine," "Give Peace a Chance," and "Walking on Thin Ice."
Halit Berati, a virtuoso clarinet player, is invited by the Italians to record his music, which is to be sold along Italian records.
In 1936, two female artists (a singer and a pianist) visit the city of Lushnja, which was very conservative.
A story about how children from the different countries can be united with the help of music.