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|Doors - Soundstage Performances
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The Doors Soundstage Performances are a truly unique compilation of three completely different Doors performances at three distinct stages in their career. The concept of the "Soundstage Performances" laid the way to assemble all three appearances. The majority of the material has never been seen before. Not only is it rare but it is startlingly great. Providing commentary are all three remaining Doors: Ray Manzarek, John Densmore and Robby Krieger. Even without an audience, the Doors mesmerize, playing for nothing but the cameras. Morrison still delivers electrifying performances, whether reciting poetry in Denmark proceeding "Love Me Two Times" or getting it on during "The Soft Parade" - Jim Morrison's charisma, beauty and brilliance shine during all.
1. The End
2. Alabama Song
3. Back Door Man
4. Texas Radio
5. Love Me Two Times
6. When the Music's Over
7. Unknown Soldier
8. Tell all the People
9. Back Door Man
10. Wishful Sinful
11. Build Me a Woman
12. The Soft Parade
|Trailer Park Boys - The Movie
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From producer Ivan Reitman comes Trailer Park Boys: The Movie— a comedy full of drugs, alcohol and strippers. When the raunchy, ruckus residents of Sunnyvale Trailer Park, Ricky, Julian and Bubbles end up in prison, they hatch a plan to pull off the "Big Dirty". With world wide box office success and a hit TV show, Trailer Park Boys: The Movie is guaranteed to be a smash hit!
Reprobates rule in Trailer Park Boys: The Movie, a feature version of the popular comedy series about serious losers Ricky (Robb Wells) and Julian (John Paul Tremblay), trailer park trash who can't survive a day without planning the ultimate heist. As the film begins, Ricky is living out of his car and planning a quick and easy theft of an ATM. Naturally, it goes terribly wrong, as with every other scam and felony set into motion in this winning satire about life on the bottom of the food chain. Wells and Tremblay are superb (sometimes brilliant) as their no-apology and bizarrely prideful characters, who occasionally fall out with one another but remain loyal, even during ball hockey sessions in the slammer. Very funny stuff. --Tom Keogh
|Triumph - A Night of Triumph Live
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This is Triumph captured live at their electrifying best during their final and most spectacular tour in 1987, and the performance explodes on screen with the band's amazing lighting, lasers, and pyrotechnics. The original audio tracks were remixed in Dolby Digital and DTS 5.1 Surround Sound, redefining the DVD concert experience. Also includes two bonus video tracks, a photo gallery, and a documentary, "Backstage At The Spectrum".
The Canadian power trio Triumph may have faded from the memories of disparaging critics, but A Night of Triumph Live offers ample proof that this underrated band could rock as well as any of their longer-lasting contemporaries. A sold-out crowd of 10,000 loyal fans already knew that when this exceptionally well-recorded concert was videotaped at the Metro Centre Arena in Halifax, Nova Scotia, on January 16, 1987. Twelve years into its history, six years after the breakthrough success of its Allied Forces LP, and just a year before breaking up, the band (lead guitarist/vocalist Rik Emmett, drummer/vocalist Gil Moore, and bassist/keyboardist Mike Levine, with guest bandmate Rick Santer providing backup keyboards and vocals) was heavily touring to support their 1986 release The Sport of Kings, and they're in peak form with a dazzling pyrotechnical stage show that readily matches their versatile musicianship. The sheer megawattage of their stage lighting is quintessential '80s excess (or what Moore referred to as NGF, or "Net Gasp Factor"), but it never overpowers the music itself. Even casual fans will agree that the radio hit "Magic Power" has enduring appeal; if you were a teenage fan during Triumph's prime in the mid-'80s, the song's positive vibe may yet stir your soul. Better yet, the 82-minute gig--with all bandmates giving stellar performances--has been brilliantly remastered in three audio options, and the 5.1-channel mixes (DTS and Dolby Digital) are nothing short of spectacular. Triumph may be gone (Emmett departed in 1988, and the band never really recovered), but this impressive DVD ensures that they will most certainly not be forgotten. --Jeff Shannon
|Ancient Mysteries - Lost Castles of England
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When we think of medieval England, one of the first images that enters our mind is that of the castle. The great stone citadel that dominated the landscape with its vast walled battlements, lofty towers, drawbridge and moat. Still, there is a remarkable history of medieval fortifications which has mysteriously all but disappeared. They were the timber castles. Existing throughout much of the Middle Ages, they were for a time the dominant fortification of their period. Rather than small and temporary, timber castles were large and permanent and, dotting the countryside, found nearly everywhere. Lords and ladies had them built, communities lived in them and battles were fought over them. Yet, today, only mounds of earth remain. ANCIENT MYSTERIES will uncover the mystery of LOST CASTLES OF ENGLAND.
|The Kinks - One for the Road
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In an era when bands change members as easily as guitar strings, The Kinks have remained remarkably stable since their formation in 1964. Founding members Ray Davies (vocals, guitar), Dave Davies (guitar, vocals), and Mick Avoy (drums), are joined on this show by Jim Rodford (bass), and Ian Gibbons (keyboards). One For The Road showcases the diversity of the The Kink's vast repertoire, including the classics "Victoria" (described by Rolling Stone as being "English as a vengence"), "Lola," and "Celluloid Heroes." "Superman," "Catch Me Now I'm Falling," "Attitude," "Hardway," and "Low Budget" are also presented in riveting live versions. The Kinks have made brilliant music at the cutting edge of rock 'n' roll. One for the Road continues this tradition with the same inventiveness, energy, passion and poise that have always been theirs.
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A Texas ranger tracks smugglers who murdered a fellow lawman.
|John & Yoko: Give Peace a Song
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On May 26, 1969, John Lennon & Yoko Ono moved into the Queen Elizabeth Hotel in Montreal for the historic, seven-day bed-in protest against violence as a whole in the world. Captured on film and video by various visitors over the seven days, Give Peace A Song documents the events that took place in the infamous suite 1742. This DVD highlights the various visits from celebrities & musicians like Tom Smothers, Derek Taylor, Petula Clark, Dr. Timothy Leary, civil rights activist Dick Gregory, and political cartoonist Al Capp to name only a few. On June 1, the last day of the bed-in, John posted lyrics on the suite's walls for a spontaneous group recording of all who were still visiting the famous couple to sing harmoniously to the world the now universal anthem for peace "Give Peace A Chance." The song was later released as a single and shot straight up the Billboard charts, and that actual recording is witnessed here on this DVD.
Give Peace A Song also features bonus television interviews, a John & Yoko press conference, Petula Clark's visit to the bed-in, and a staggering wealth of pictures that have been held captive for over 35 years.
* A new 45 minute documentary of the famous bed-in and the creation of "Give Peace A Chance." * Film from the CBC archives, outtakes from John & Yoko's own movie of the event, and home movies taken by visitors. * New interviews with Yoko Ono, Tom Smothers, Petula Clark, and the song's producer, Andre Perry. * A wealth of unreleased photos by Gerry Deiter, the only photographer given 24 hour access to the bed-in. * Over 35 minutes of bonus material including bonus television interviews, the press conference, Petula Clark's visit, interviews from Andre Perry, Tom Smothers and Judy Steinberg.
1. The Bed-In Begins
2. The Choir Assembles
3. Recording "Give Peace A Chance"
4. Pete Seeger Makes The Song Famous
5. The Song Lives On
6. John Lennon Performs "Give Peace A Chance"
7. "Peace Weekend" Interview
8. Television Interview
9. Press Conference
10. Andre Perry Interview
11. Petula Clark Visits The Bed-In
12. Tom Smothers And Judy Steinberg Bonus Interview
As the years pass since John Lennon and Yoko Ono staged their 1969, weeklong "Bed-In for Peace" at the Queen Elizabeth Hotel in Montreal, the event’s reputation has taken on an increasingly clownish aspect in memoirs and biographies written about life with the Beatles. But John & Yoko: Give Peace a Song, a documentary drawing from hundreds of hours of film footage shot in the celebrity couple’s small bedroom, proves the time was well spent in exhaustive, public exchanges between Lennon and some of the most influential people of the day. Talking with and sometimes debating the likes of Timothy Leary, Tommy Smothers (fresh from the controversial cancellation of his outspoken comedy show on CBS), Dick Gregory, and assorted revolutionaries, Lennon stayed on-message about the practicality of non-violent solutions to the era’s most serious problems. It might be easy today for some of their then-contemporaries to look back and dismiss Lennon and Ono as self-aggrandizing and politically naïve publicity hounds. But the depth, rigor, and consistency of Lennon’s thinking about peace, both as a personal choice and collective tool for social change, was quite striking as evidenced in this movie. Everything leads to the momentous, chaotic, and fun recording of "Give Peace a Chance," which--as the film demonstrates—instantly became an anti-war anthem for millions. Special features include a terrific, complete television interview with Lennon on the CBC. --Tom Keogh
- On May 26, 1969, John Lennon & Yoko Ono moved into the Queen Elizabeth Hotel in Montreal for the historic, seven-day bed-in protest against violence as a whole in the world. Captured on film and video by various visitors over the seven days, Give Peace A Song documents the events that took place in the infamous suite 1742. This DVD highlights the various visits from celebrities & musicians like To
|Tower of Song - An Epic Story of Canada and Its Music
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"Tower of Song," a remarkable story set to an extraordinary soundtrack, is a two-hour television special spotlighting the 30 artists currently in the Canadian Music Hall of Fame. Shot on location across Canada, "Tower of Song" places the artists and their music in the context of their homeland as the camera catches the changing panorama of Canada's vast landscape. An inspiring set of musical portraits created and voiced by the country's greatest singers, songwriters and musicians: Paul Anka, The Band, Lenny Breau, Wilf Carter, David Clayton-Thomas (Blood, Sweat and Tears), Leonard Cohen, The Crew Cuts, The Diamonds, Denny Doherty (The Mamas and the Papas), Gil Evans, Maynard Ferguson, Maureen Forrester, The Four Lads, Glenn Gould, The Guess Who, Ian and Sylvia, John Kay (Steppenwolf), Moe Koffman, Gordon Lightfoot, Guy Lombardo, Rob McConnell, Joni Mitchell, Anne Murray, Oscar Peterson, Rush, Buffy Sainte-Marie, Hank Snow, Domenic Troiano, Zal Yanovsky (The Lovin' Spoonful), and Neil Young.
Everybody comes from somewhere, and many of the inductees in the Canadian Music Hall of Fame come from some mighty rugged places. Take Anne Murray, product of a mining town where the children would gather at the end of every day to watch their fathers emerge from the bowels of the Earth. Or Hank Snow, whose nearly 40-year-old, career-making hit record "I'm Movin' On," as he says in this chipper documentary about the roots of some 30 Canadian musicians, was a testament to the joys of rattling around one-horse towns in the nation's west.
Tower of Song: An Epic Story of Canada and Its Music has a way of narrowing the fame gap between ordinary folks and the likes of Denny Doherty (lead singer of the Mamas & Papas), jazz great Maynard Ferguson, folk legends Ian and Sylvia, and even the wondrous Joni Mitchell, all of whom are products of the frontier expansiveness, freezing winters, and scattered city lights of the Great White North. The point is that you can't take Canada out of its homegrown artists, and that the thriving music scenes of Toronto, Winnipeg, and elsewhere during the 1950s, '60s, and '70s may be unparalleled in their historic eclecticism and sense of comradeship. Highlights include a highly entertaining history of the Guess Who, whose story is as emblematic of rock & roll transformation as any, and the fascinating careers of doo-wop groups the Crew- Cuts and the Diamonds. And, uh, let's see: some old hippie named Neil Young shows up at the end. --Tom Keogh
|Wesley Willis - The Daddy of Rock 'n' Roll
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Documentary portrait of outsider artist and street musician Wesley Willis.
|Gilbert & Sullivan - The Mikado / Donkin, Saks, Stratford Festival
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- The Pirates of Penzance
- Gilbert & Sullivan - H.M.S. Pinafore / Trial By Jury - David Hobson, Anthony Warlow, Colette Mann, Tiffany Speight, John Bolton Wood, Richard Alexander, Opera Australia, State Theatre, The Arts Centre Melbourne
- Gilbert & Sullivan - Patience
- Gilbert & Sullivan - The Pirates of Penzance / Hyslop, Tomlin, Carver, Stratford Festival
- Gilbert & Sullivan - Iolanthe / Forrester, Donkin, Stratford Festival
- Topsy-Turvy (The Criterion Collection)
- Gilbert & Sullivan HMS Pinafore
- Gilbert and Sullivan: The Gondoliers
- Gilbert And Sullivan - The Gondoliers/H.M.S. Pinafore/Trial By Jury (Boxset)
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