Cradle Of Filth: Heavy Left-Handed & Candid

Cradle Of Filth: Heavy Left-Handed & Candid 2002

Heavy Left-Handed & Candid is Cradle of Filth's second foray into visual entertainment's arena and with it comes a madness the likes of which may preferably never be seen again. A lethal injection of both concert and studio documentation, this DVD is testament to the maxim "Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law," the veritable life code of one Aleister Crowley, who, in his time, was widely regarded as the most dangerous man in the world. Whether Cradle of Filth even come close to the prestigious title of "the most dangerous band in the world" remains as yet to be seen, but if there's one thing watching this marriage of Heaven, Hell, and the worst bits in between will assure you of, it's the Filth's ability to shock, shake, and deliver where it hurts the most... right on your grave. Open up and say.... "Aaarrrggh!"

Grateful Dead - So Far

Grateful Dead - So Far 1987

So Far is a music documentary video by the Grateful Dead. Directed by Jerry Garcia and Len Dell'Amico, it is intended to give a subjective view of the Grateful Dead experience. The soundtrack includes Dead song performances, largely from 1985. The visuals combine scenes of the band playing the songs, other Dead related material, computer animation, and found footage that has been altered and edited in various ways. So Far was released on VHS video tape and on laserdisc in 1987, and has a running time of 55 minutes. (Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grateful_Dead:_So_Far )

Supershow

Supershow 1969

Supershow was intended to be Britain's first music 'super session', with several famous blues, jazz and rock artists of the time coming together to be filmed whilst performing. Filming took place over a two-day period in March 1969 in a disused linoleum factory at Staines, England. Artists who were filmed included Led Zeppelin, Buddy Guy, Jack Bruce, Buddy Miles, Dick Heckstall-Smith, Chris Mercer, Eric Clapton, Jon Hiseman's Colosseum, Buddy Guy, Roland Kirk and Stephen Stills. This project also marks one of the rare film appearances of Glenn Ross Campbell and The Misunderstood. The whole project was planned with great secrecy and filming went ahead at a reputed cost of £100 per minute. The film received a limited run in London, premiering at the Lyceum Theatre in November 1969. Footage of Led Zeppelin's performance of the song "Dazed and Confused" which was originally filmed for Supershow later appeared on the Led Zeppelin DVD in 2003. (Wikipedia)

Jimi Hendrix: The Dick Cavett Show

Jimi Hendrix: The Dick Cavett Show 1969

The complete collection of Jimi Hendrix's celebrated appearances on The Dick Cavett Show. The Dick Cavett Show marked Jimi's US network television debut and this special documentary, directed by multiple Grammy Award winner Bob Smeaton, features complete live performances of "Izabella", "Machine Gun", and "Hear My Train A Comin'" as well as new interviews with Cavett, Experience band members Mitch Mitchell and Billy Cox, and others. Jimi's own insightful interviews with Cavett touched upon a variety of personal and professional issues ranging from his stint as a US Army paratrooper to his celebrated rendition of the "Star Spangled Banner" at the Woodstock Festival. These conversations with Cavett helped reveal the humor, passion, and intelligence of the man behind such rock classics as Are You Experienced and Electric Ladyland.

Camelot

Camelot 1998

Venture back through the mists of time to the glorious lost age of the fabled King Arthur, the sorcerer Merlin and the valiant Knights of the Round Table, as you enter into the magical and timeless realm of Camelot!

Melody Cruise

Melody Cruise 1933

A bachelor millionaire on a cruise is protected by a friend from the avid attentions of a crowd of husband (and fortune) seeking girls.

REM: Road Movie

REM: Road Movie 1996

Filmed in the years after college rock band R.E.M. broke through to widespread pop success, ROAD MOVIE features the acclaimed band live near their hometown of Athens, Georgia. Filmed at Atlanta's Omni arena as part of their "Monster Tour," which followed their 1994 MONSTER album, R.E.M. perform stellar versions of "Losing My Religion," "Man on the Moon," "Everybody Hurts," "Find the River," "Wake Up Bomb," "Undertow" and many other hits.

Surprising Burst of Chocolaty Fudge

Surprising Burst of Chocolaty Fudge 1998

A Surprising Burst Of Chocolaty Fudge is another Slave Pit video released by Gwar. Documenting their 1997 Hell-oween tour, this video contains the only official release of their cover of The Mentors Golden Showers.

A Song from the Heart

A Song from the Heart 1999

This poignant love story stars Amy Grant as a beautiful, blind concert cellist who falls for a famous, self-centered pianist but doesn't realize that true love is right before her eyes.

Grateful Dead: Dead Ahead

Grateful Dead: Dead Ahead 1981

'Dead Ahead' captures the best of The Grateful Dead's historic week-long marathon of shows in October 1980 at the world famous Radio City Music Hall in New York.

Mondo Mod

Mondo Mod 1967

"Mondo Mod" explores West Hollywood, California's famous Sunset Strip in 1966. We journey from discotheques to dirt bike competitions, taking in surfing, karate, go-carting, the Hell's Angels, political protests, pot parties and all the other trappings of the Now Generation.

Grateful Dead - Anthem to Beauty

Grateful Dead - Anthem to Beauty 1997

This installment of the Classic Albums series follows the making of two Grateful Dead albums, the fiercely experimental Anthem of the Sun and the understated masterwork American Beauty, which spawned melodic gems like "Sugar Magnolia" and "Ripple." Between the archival scenes and contemporary interviews with band members, the DVD shows a band making seismic inroads in pop music--and five young guys coming to terms with artistry, mortality, and, yes, the pursuit of happiness. There is priceless footage of Neal Cassady driving Ken Kesey's bus and of the Dead, surrounded by martini-sipping hipsters, on Playboy After Dark. The best scenes involve band members talking about specific songs (you will never hear Phil Lesh's "Box of Rain" again without thinking of it as a gift to his dying father) or deconstructing a tune by playing each track separately. Intimate and surprisingly cohesive, Anthem to Beauty is a rare glimpse into how the Dead's magic was made.