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Elvis and Me [VHS]

Elvis and Me [VHS] Lowest new price: $59.99
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run time 187 min.

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The Compleat Beatles [VHS]

The Compleat Beatles [VHS] Lowest new price: $43.93
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Brand: MGM/UA

This documentary chronicles the career of the "Fab Four".

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Van Morrison, The Concert (Recorded at the Beacon Theater) [VHS]

Van Morrison, The Concert (Recorded at the Beacon Theater) [VHS] Lowest new price: $29.99
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The Best of Austin City Limits: Country Music's Finest Hour [VHS]

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VHS New Condtion in original slip cover NOT ex-rental, ships next business day in bubble with conformation..


Elvis - The Concert Collection ('68 Comeback Special, One Night with You, Aloha from Hawaii) [VHS]

Elvis - The Concert Collection ('68 Comeback Special, One Night with You, Aloha from Hawaii) [VHS] Lowest new price: $19.99
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Elvis: The Concert Collection includes three shows: '68 Comeback Special, One Night with You, and Aloha from Hawaii.

Five years before he achieved broadcast history with his legendary 1973 global satellite telecast, Aloha from Hawaii, Elvis Presley brought a less grandiose but far more urgent mission to '68 Comeback Special. Isolated from his original audience after a long sojourn on Hollywood soundstages, and threatened by the vibrancy and social gravity of rock, the King sought nothing less than to reclaim his throne. Now this Christmas season network special looms as the Memphis icon's most substantial achievement as a stage performer. If the candy-colored sets and hyperactive choreography of its larger production numbers smack of its network packagers' desperation to be hip, Elvis himself rises to a riveting, assured performance at the peak of his powers. Looking fit and relaxed, and sheathed in black leather, he covers a shrewd song list encompassing early rockabilly hits, gospel (albeit rendered unintentionally hilarious by its florid dance routines), and comparatively restrained ballads.

Originally taped for '68 Comeback Special and never seen during his lifetime, the astonishing live performance One Night with You could accurately be described as Elvis unplugged. Taped in a small studio, the session is a no-frills, intimate presentation of the Memphis rocker jamming with four of his earliest band mates, revisiting early favorites in a relaxed and unrehearsed setting. With the musicians seated in a circle, facing one another while surrounded by a small but rapt audience, One Night with You is far removed from the more conventional staging seen elsewhere in his videography. Elvis's warm interaction with his old allies meanwhile refers directly back to his earliest stage and TV work in trio and quartet configurations. For fans, the comeback special itself still looms as an unsurpassed feast of Presley music at the artist's peak. But this 53-minute companion, first aired by HBO, stands on its own as the tenderloin.

Fans still remember the ambitious 1973 network TV special Aloha from Hawaii as a zenith in Elvis Presley's performing career, punctuated by its extra-musical achievement as the first global satellite broadcast devoted to a single entertainer. Both the broadcast and its companion album captured the King in his most grandiose persona, fueled by Hollywood scale and Vegas glitz, as a caped pop superhero. He may have looked trim, but posthumous accounts confirm what a second look suggests--on this evening, Elvis was alternately overwhelmed and distracted, bravura renditions of signature songs (most triumphantly, the "American Trilogy" medley originated by Mickey Newbury) offset by less-focused readings. Fans may still savor a generous and diverse song list, but viewed beside Presley's earlier, more consistent performances, this legendary concert anticipates Presley's imminent decline. --Sam Sutherland


Kenny and Dolly: Real Love

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Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton are featured in an hour-long performance in which they sing some of their biggest hits, including "Lady," "Jolene," "Reuben," "Here You Come Again," "Baby I'm Burnin'," "9 to 5," "Crazy," "We Are the World," "Islands in the Stream," and "Real Love."


Nine Inch Nails - Closure [VHS]

Nine Inch Nails - Closure [VHS] Lowest new price: $39.59
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Before Nine Inch Nails released Closure they were going to release BROKEN but do to producing issues mostly regarding graphic content released an edited extended version. The aftermath being a 2 vhs set of CLOSURE which contains live footage as well as music videos.

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Joe TV - Joe's 1st Musical Video [VHS]

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Joe Scruggs is a Parent's Choice Award-winning, folksy children's singer. In his first video, Joe has compiled a best-of collection of songs from his albums Deep in the Jungle, Late Last Night, and Traffic Jams, and turned them into music videos with the help of animation, illustration, photo animation, and clay animation. While some of the animation is less than stellar (the photo animation seems amateurish), the overall effect of the videos is good--it captures the attention of young viewers and reinforces the messages behind the songs. Joe explores everyday situations like a child's last-minute instructions to his mother about the things he needs for a school play ("By the Way"). Another example is "Under Your Bed," which deals with a child's fear of what might be lurking beneath his bed; the lyrics offer reassurance that there are no real creatures hiding there- -just socks, underwear, and inanimate dust bunnies. Alone, Joe Scruggs's songs are catchy and fun to listen to, accompanied by animated videos, they're irresistible. (Ages 1-8) --Tami Horiuchi

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Mack the Knife [VHS]

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The Wiggles - Wiggly Safari [VHS]

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G'day from the Australia Zoo, where the Wiggles get wild with Crocodile Hunter Steve Irwin. It's a Wiggly Safari: 55 jaw-snappin', kookaburra-hootin', dolphin-splashin' minutes of grand adventure. A big ham himself, Irwin meshes naturally with the tuneful quartet as they sing, dance, and share factual tidbits about cockatoos, crocodiles, emus, and more. Colors pop off the screen as Dorothy, Captain Feathersword, and little dancers cavort through the zoo. Packed with 16 snappy tunes, this particular Wiggles collection revs up the tempo from earlier titles like Wiggle Time and Toot! Toot! Could this lush outdoor setting, where songs like "Dingo Tango" and "Cocky Want a Cracker" sizzle in the sunshine, be responsible for inspiring this ultra-imaginative play list? Or perhaps Irwin's invigorating presence stimulated the fresh, lively feel of this exceptional show. Regardless, Wiggles fans from ages 1 to 8 will surely delight in this musical tour of the Australia Zoo. --Liane Thomas

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