argentinian star carlos gardel stars in another thirties tango movie
A documentary on the band Tegan and Sara's recording of the album The Con
PICTURE SHOW Official VHS, 1991, Fiction/Polygram, 01:18:48 Why Can't I Be You? / Catch / Hot Hot Hot!!! / Just Like Heaven / Lullaby / Fascination Street / Lovesong / Pictures of You / Never Enough / Close to Me (Closer Mix) / A Collection of videos from Kiss Me Kiss Me Kiss Me, Disintegration and Mixed Up
Mike's Drum-cam footage from the Six Degrees of Inner Turbulence recording sessions. Audio Options include: - Full Band - Isolated Drums - Audio Commentary with Mike
Mike Portnoy’s Drum-cam footage from Dream Theater’s Black Clouds & Silver Linings recording sessions. Audio Options include Full Band & Isolated Drums. Also features rare audio & video outtakes.
One More Night in New York City from drummer Mike Portnoy's amazing Beatles tribute band Yellow Matter Custard. This release was recorded live at B.B. King's in New York City on February 28th, 2011 and was the final show of a three show run that brought the band back together for the first time in 8 years.
2012 release of Pitbull's spectacular Rock In Rio show that was recorded this past July. Live At Rock In Rio contains the entirety of the concert performed in Madrid on July 6, 2012, including live renditions of his massive hits "Hey Baby", "International Love", "Back In Time" and "Give Me Everything" among others.
Music for Hangovers is a live album and DVD by the rock band Cheap Trick. The album is a compilation from the band's four nights at The Metro in Chicago, Illinois in 1998. On each of the four nights, Cheap Trick played one of their first four albums in their entirety to open the show, coinciding with the reissues of the albums. Track listing "Oh Claire" "Surrender" "Hot Love" "I Can't Take It" "I Want You To Want Me" "Taxman, Mr. Thief" "Mandocello" "Oh Caroline" "How Are You?" "If You Want My Love" "Dream Police" "So Good To See You" "The Ballad of T.V. Violence" "Gonna Raise Hell"
Mike’s drum-cam footage from Dream Theater's Systematic Chaos recording sessions. Audio Options include: - Full Band - Isolated Drums. Features an extended blooper reel.
Mike's Drum-cam footage from Dream Theaters Train of Thought recording sessions. Audio Options include: - Full Band - Studio - Audio Commentary with Mike. Includes all tracks from Train of Thought (with the exception of "Vacant") in their entirety.
Mike’s drum-cam footage from the historic "Live At Budokan" Dream Theater show filmed on April 26th 2004. Audio Options include: Full Band; Isolated Drums and an Audio Commentary with Mike.
Joan Wingate's wealthy father doesn't want his daughter to go into show business. As they vacation in the west she gets a job with Dan Tyler's show and uses Wingate money to keep him afloat. Sandwiched in between the numerous musical numbers they try to keep her father away from the show. But he eventually finds out and decides they will return east
1 Jugband Blues (UK Central Office Of Information) 2 Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun (Live Performance - All My Loving) 3 Interstellar Overdrive (Live Performance - Romeo Goes Pop) 4 Let There Be More Light (Live Performance - Tous En Scène) 5 Flaming (Live Performance - Tous En Scène) 6 It Would Be So Nice (Promotional Film - 1968) 7 Sysyphus (Tomorrow's World - 1968) 8 Cymbaline (Live Performance - 1970 KQED An Hour With P.F.) 9 A Saucerful Of Secrets (Live Performance - 1970 Stamping Ground) 10 Careful With That Axe, Eugene (Live Performance - 1972 Superstars In Concert) 11 Comfortably Numb (Live Performance - 1980 The Wall In Concert)
Das Lied ist Aus (The Song Is Ended) is a typical early-talkie German musical in every respect, save one. The story, concerning the lives and loves of show folk, ends unhappily -- and surprisingly so. The doleful denouement didn't seem to have much effect on the film's box-office appeal, since Das Lied ist Aus proved a major moneymaker.
A tourist guide in Naples is taken on by an English woman impressed by his singing, and who regards him as her protege. This film was released as a German version and English Version known as "The City of Song". Brigitte Helm once portrays a beautiful femme fatale who displays her affection and lust for her tourist guide which is paralleled with the main bodied theme of the early romanticist songs played throughout.
Oswald is riding on a camel; he defeats an attacking lion, using the camel's humps as cannonballs. In Cairo, he meets a queen and sings her his theme song; the sphinx and a couple pyramids join in, but the king isn't as happy.
This Screen Song version of Paul Dresser's ballad is given a very soapy interpretation by a basso and then a barbershop group.
A singing ranch foreman (Roy Rogers) and his friend (George "Gabby" Hayes) urge a chorus-girl heiress (Dale Evans) not to sell the property.