Sting: The Journey & The Labyrinth: The Music of John Dowland 2004

Sting's interest in this Elizabethan composer is unflagging. In this fascinating new 80-minute DVD music-documentary, he tells us how this inspiring project all came about, from genesis to realization. The program, which will also be sold worldwide as a TV special, is directed by Jim Gable, Sting's long-time associate and the director of his previous DVDs (All this Time and Inside The Songs of Sacred Love). Sting invites us behind the scenes as he learns the music with his teacher Richard Levitt and rehearses with lutenist Edin Karamazov in the unique atmosphere of his Tuscan villa and at his Elizabethan home and gardens near London. The DVD features Sting's thrilling never-before-released live performances in London and New York. It also includes interviews with Dowland experts and a photo gallery. Plus a bonus CD of various recordings of live performances.

3 Rivers Progressive Rock Festival 2008

The 2008 3RP Festival DVD is 215 minutes of live performance video from every band that played the 2008 festival. Performances from Flower Kings, Neal Morse, Spock's Beard, California Guitar Trio, Rocket Scientists, Gongzilla, Mandrake Project, IZZ, Kalon, and Manifesto. Ships on June 26th - no returns

Transatlantic - Building the Bridge / Live in America 2006

"Building the Brige" is a two hour documentary that takes you through every part of the making of the classic prog album "Bridge Across Forever." From the writing process at Neal's house to Mike's amazing drum cam footage, to Roine's amazing guitar work and Trewas' spot on bass playing, see & hear the music making process. "Live in America" was recorded in Philadelphia in June of 2000. This 2 hour concert captures the emotion that is Atlantic. With bonus footage the package clocks in at approximately 4 hours.

Testimony Live 2004

Morse's "Testimony," the musical sequel to Spock's Beard's epic concept album "Snow," was brought to the state in November 2003, With seven other musicians, Morse performed his "Testimony" live in various cities over Europe. The show in Tilburg, Germany was filmed and recorded for this DVD release. Fans will enjoy an entire 3 1/2 hour concert plus a tour documentary on two DVD's. Christian prog rocker and former Spock's Beard member Neal Morse follows up his old band's epic concept album SNOW with a musical sequel of his own, TESTIMONY. This 2-volume set captures Morse's live performance of TESTIMONY in its entirety at a concert in Tilburg, Germany, as well as a behind-the-scenes tour documentary of his month-long stint of Europe in November of 2003. Includes Dream Theater's Mike Portnoy on drums and vocals.

Bruce Springsteen - In Concert/MTV Plugged 2004

In Concert/MTV Plugged is a 1992 concert video and 1993 live album by Bruce Springsteen. It is part of MTV's Unplugged series, recorded on September 22, 1992 at the Warner Hollywood Studios in Los Angeles near the start of Springsteen's tour for Human Touch and Lucky Town. (See: Bruce Springsteen and the 1992-1993 Tour). This November 9, 2004 re-release included 3 songs not in the original MTV show: "Living Proof" "If I Should Fall Behind" "Roll of the Dice"

41 2007

In the winter of 2003, a catastrophic fire erupted in a Rhode Island concert club, ultimately claiming 100 lives. For this state of just over a million residents, the devastation was profound, leaving unanswered questions and deep scars in its wake. But out of the ashes of the tragedy arose an equally profound story of hope. One year after the fire, a community theatre in the small city of Woonsocket gathered together to perform a play written by the fire's youngest victim close to the end of his life - a play that many felt could only be described as prophetic. "41" tells the story of Nicky O'Neill, the young actor, writer and musician who left the world at age 18 but who left behind a message. "41" weaves together the story of a life cut short, the saga of a community in mourning, and a family finding its way out of the darkness.

Hoore! Hoore! 2012

This musical tells the story of a girl named Nurul Aiman who possesses a chubby body, less-than-desirable physical features and a naive but kind heart. Despite her looks, she is as much a lady as other girls her age. Her best friends are Lana dan Azadan, whom she has known since childhood and she lives in a backwater village with her mother Lia, her father Hairil and her grandmother Nenda Zaimah. In school, Aiman is friends with a guy named Johari, who is good-looking and smart, and who also secretly harbours feelings for Aiman. At the same time, Lana and the most popular girl in school, Rita, fancy Johari.

Hall & Oates: Our Kind of Soul 2005

Popular 1980s soulsters Daryl Hall and John Oates return to their musical roots in this live concert that celebrates the classic tunes that influenced the duo's artistic direction. The pair perform faithful renditions and fresh updates on songs such as "I Can Dream About You," "Don't Turn Your Back on Me," "Fading Away," "Neither One of Us," "After the Dance," "Standing in the Shadows of Love," "Rock Steady" and more.

Paco de Lucía - Antología 2004

Flamenco guitar icon Paco de Lucía's Antología features 23 tracks spanning two discs, including "Sólo Quiero Caminar," "Río Ancho," "Zyryab," "Tio Sabas," "Chiquito," and "Entre Dos Aguas." The collection provides a nice balance between modern and traditional flamenco styles.

Spock's Beard - Live 2008

Spock's Beard Live was recorded at De Boerderij in Zoetermeer, The Netherlands on May 25, 2007.

666 - At Calling Death 1993

In different times and spaces, genres like Death Metal are born. The early 90′s were still full of the 80′s vibe of over-consumption & greed, which found it’s way into everyday life, even into the music that was created. Just like hardcore in the early 80′s, not all of the teenagers of this decade wanted to hear the bubblegum pop that had invaded the airwaves. Death Metal did not want to be digested by the masses, and as a sub culture it was totally happy being the outsider. I’m not sure what was in the water in Florida during the late 80′s, because those kids were on some next shit, and they helped push the genre to other heights. When you are living in a certain period of time, you do realize that the life you are living could become historic to others in the future.

Nor Noise 2004

Nor Noise is the first norwegian documentary about noise music. Movie Maker Tom Hovinbøle has from the start in 2001 interviewed a number of artists in the noise genre. The artists relay their thoughts on the phenomenon of noise music - what is it, where does it come from, what is the trade off when replacing traditional harmony and melody for pure audio experience, which possibilities can be explored? The movie explains the historical context of the genre, from the movement of Futurism and Luigi Russolo from before WWI to electronic experiments in the fifties, avantgarde in the sixties, industry and punk in the seventies to the final establishment of the noise genre at the end of the seventies in Japan. Adding to the flavour are concert performances.

Pink Floyd: The Reunion Concert 2005

On 2 July 2005 Pink Floyd performed at the London Live 8 concert with Roger Waters rejoining David Gilmour, Nick Mason and Richard Wright. It was the quartet's first performance together in over 24 years — the band's last show with Waters was at Earls Court in London on 17 June 1981.