A history of rock music during the 1960s, covering everything from the British Invasion that began with the Beatles to the psychedelic sound from San Francisco.
Recorded in 1992 at the Ludwigsburger Schlosstheater, this release from Art Haus Musik features a performance of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's two-act opera Die Zauberflote. The production stars Deon Van Der Walt as Tamino and Ulrike Sonntag as Pamina and includes music by The Ludwigcburger Festspiele
Alpha Blondy live at the Chiemsee Reggae Summer 2002 festival.
A group of 40-somethings in Hollywood juggle their frustration with the movie business and upheaval in their personal lives. They also burst into song.
This unauthorized DVD biography is the ultimate un-officia l Kiss video created exclusively for the fans. It includes early backstage interview footage from the 1983 Creatures O f the Night Tour plus rare on-the-road footage of the band with over 100 never-before-published photos. Also features Kiss at a 1994 in-store appearance, signing autographs and taking picures with fans during their Lick It Up tour. T he DVD also includes a biography on each band member. This video is a must-have for any true Kiss fan.
A torrid affair, set in tropical splendor, between the young heritor of a wealthy empire built by German businessmen and an attractive Latin girl from a modest family. Both will have to prove the strength of their love in fighting against the ugly shadow of racial and economic prejudice.
25 years of madness in the name of metal. Snowy Shaw plays all his favorite songs - by all his former bands. More than 3 witching hours of the much awaited live DVD/CD set with Snowy Shaw and his freaky fiends.
Live performance of Diamanda Galas in 1985, released by Target Video
A man who sells coffee for a living gets his boss's daughter pregnant. This changes his life and eventually leads to his becoming a powerful business tycoon with no moral center. (TCM)
This intriguing audio-visual piece was created by Mike Batt in 1982. It was the first thing Batt ever directed (co-directing with John Eastway). The designs and "animations" were all part of the original concept, conceived and designed and by MB during his 1981 Pacific crossing from Los Angeles to Sydney aboard his boat, Braemar. The story is about a young man called Number 17 (Ralph to his friends) - played by Batt. Set in the distant future, or past, - the World in which Number 17 lives is one devoid of Love, which has being deliberately, genetically eradicated. Number 17, however, is a genetic throwback and falls in unrequited love with Number 36, a surgeon at the local correction centre for those afflicted with the disease of Love.
Through choreography, it offers the representation of a baquiné or a Puertor Rican child's wake.