The second of two "Jack and Jim" musicals, starring Arthur Roscoe and Naunton Wayne.
From May 30th, 1999 at Irving Plaza in NYC. Aired as part of HBO's music series, "Reverb."
Recorded live at the Chiba Marine Stadium, Chiba Prefecture, Japan in 1996
Australian singing superstar Kylie Minogue performs some of her greatest hits in front of a star-studded audience in London.
A young man of modest means romances a spoiled rich girl at the behest of her father. Complications, sparks and romance ensue.
Leocadio Vizcarrondo and his group perform different Christmas melodies, such as "Alegre Vengo", in La Fortaleza's patio in Old San Juan.
Japanese "kayo" film centered around the song "Mujo no yume" by Mitsuo Sagawa.
A retrospective of popular music from the 1890s and the turn of the century, with words for the audience to join in.
A look at the first year in the life of the band Blue. Includes film of the boys in the studio recording their first material, behind-the-scenes footage of photo-shoots and roadshows, exclusive interviews, and the promo videos for the band's first singles.
Nevermore at The Buffalo Club, Melbourne, Australia Beyond Within The Death of Passion This Sacrament Next In Line What Tomorrow Knows Dreaming Neon Black Silent Hedges Poison Godmachine The Fault of the Flesh Deconstruction Future Tense Battle Angels The Learning The Seven Tongues of God
This video documented Malice Mizer's last indie live before signing with Columbia, at Shibuya Kokaido on 4/1/1997.
A young dancer trying to make it in London during World War II discovers that people like her singing voice, too. Although she's at first reluctant to sing, she finally does and becomes a star. She hooks up with a young musician who composes classical music and turns his nose up at this vulgar "popular" music, but she believes he can be a success at it and sets out to turn him around.
A musical crime film directed by Harry Lachman.
The music of the Eighteenth century features delicate textures and refinement as well as expressiveness and energy. This was the age of the smaller chamber orchestra, and Bach was one of the compositional geniuses of the century. In this recording, the award-winning Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra, which specializes in authentic renditions on fine reproduction period instruments, performs four delightful Bach suites, including No. 1 in C, No. 2 in B Minor and Nos. 3 and 4 in D Major.