The Dorbees follows the adventures of two microscopic balls named Jack and Mary Jane. While skipping school, the two run into a old, scary house. There they meet Dig, a business man stuck in the 70's, who must make a decision between making a friend or a profit.
Documentary short showcasing the genius of jazz greats Coleman Hawkins, Roy Eldridge, Cozy Cole, and Milt Hinton, among others.
A film by Ralph Lundsten.
Tracks: 1. ROLL OVER BEETHOVEN 2. BOOGIE WOOGIE COUNTRY MAN 3. NO HEADSTONE ON MY GRAVE 4. DRINKIN' WINE SPO-DEE-O-DEE 5. TROUBLE IN MIND 6. SWEET LITTLE SIXTEEN 7. GEORGIA ON MY MIND 8. CHANTILLY LACE 9. WHOLE LOTTA SHAKIN' GOIN' ON 10. OVER THE RAINBOW 11. JOHNNY B. GOODE 12. GREAT BALLS OF FIRE
"Sound of Peace" is a cinematic meditation. Utilizing the deep resonance of the didgeridoo played by Nawang Khechong, a former Buddhist Monk the film gently, yet powerfully, transforms the viewer's sense of possibility for inner and world peace. A synthesis of viscerally experienced waves of sound and engaging images creates a calm and transcendent experience.
A documentary capturing the recording process of singer Yano Akiko's 1992 cover album, Super Folk Song.
Jack King plays the piano and also asks some questions. Josephine Harmon goes through some songs and quips with vocal harmonizing.
June never leaves her apartment, which has a view of an advertising sign of a knight in shining armor. She is two weeks behind in her rent and believes that if she leaves the apartment, the landlord will never let her back in. The only way she gets food is when her friend, singer Earlayne Schools, brings it to her. One evening June sees Hal, a tap-dancing sign painter, painting over her knight. She explains her predicament, and he does his best to help her out.
A portrait of the artist as a not so young man. The film-maker attempts to enter the digital age by making a new video version of his 1978 film 7P.
Britten's opera adapted to screen.
This is an entry in Universal's "Name Band Musical" series of shorts. Welk and the band open with a medley including "Josephine", Stumbling", "Honey" and "Running Wild" and vocalist Betty Jane Pettit sings "No Can Do." Kenny Stevens does "Alone" while comedienne-singer Judy Clark offers her versions of "Playmates" and "I'm Nobody's Baby." The dance team of Jon and Inga Bergy is also in the mix.
Walter Winchell meets a budding country journalist and shows her around the Biltmore Hotel.
In spring 1997, after several delays, The Video Dream Mixes was released. It features music material from The Dream Mixes, combined with films of US landscapes and alienated sights of Venice, pictures and computer animated graphics and virtual views from outer space. The film material was mixed up with clips showing the band on stage or during journeys. Most of the material was filmed by Edgar Froese.
A man is released from prison after serving time for a murder he didn't commit. He goes to live with his brother and his family on their Louisiana ranch, where they're raising horses to compete in an important race.
The Kinks perform songs from their Village Green Preservation Society and others. 00:00 -“Victoria” 02:54 -“Acute Schizophrenia Paranoia Blues” 06:21 -“Dedicated Follower of Fashion” 08:16 -“Lola” 13:03 -“Holiday” 15:55 -“Good Golly Miss Molly”? 18:44 -“You Really Got Me” 20:43 -“All Day And All Of the Night” 22:05 -“Waterloo Sunset” 25:43 -“The Village Green Preservation Society”