Golden Days

Golden Days The British Invasion Versus The SAN FRANCISCO Sound. This double feature DVD is your best chance ever to collect the greatest sngs and performance of one of music's most explosive periods.

Windham Hill: Western Light 1984

Filmed during the months of June and August 1984 in the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, Mesa Verde National Park and the Navajo Nation. This program reveals scenes of the lushness of California's summer accompanied by the music of Windham Hill artists, William Ackerman, Alex de Grassi, Mark Isham, Shadowfax, and Liz Story.

Gilbert and Sullivan: The Mikado

Blending an international cast of Broadway singers, comedians and artists from D'Oyly Carte, this collection of Gilbert & Sullivan operettas is the most comprehensive ever put on video. In "The Mikado," which ranks as the most popular Gilbert & Sullivan show, Ko-Ko (a cheap tailor) becomes the Lord High Executioner, while Pooh-Bah is Lord High Everything Else.

The Cure: Play Out 1991

The two-hour film collects various live and rehearsal performances by The Cure from early 1991, including some of the band’s “MTV Unplugged” appearance and pre-release airings of a few cuts that would make Wish cuts and one very notable track that wouldn’t: “The Big Hand,” a fan favourite that would inexplicably wind up a B-side.

Fight: Live in Phoenix 1993

Live in Phoenix in August 1993. "Into the Pit" "Nailed to the Gun" "Life in Black" "Immortal Sin" "War of Words" "Laid to Rest" "For All Eternity" "Little Crazy" "Contortion" "Kill It" "Vicious" "Reality – A New Beginning" "Light Comes Out of Black" All tracks composed by Rob Halford. Released on the 4-disc "Fight: Into the Pit" set among Halford's series of Metal God reissues in 2008.

Word, Sound and Power 1980

Music lovers fascinated by the ideas, experiences, and emotions that serve as the foundation of Jamaican reggae are invited to explore the history of the legendary Soul Syndicate - a collection of talented musicians who provided backup instrumentation for such acclaimed artists as Jimmy Cliff, Toots and the Mayals, Burning Spear, and Bob Marley and the Wailers among others.

Bryan Ferry -The Bete Noire Tour 1987

Bête Noire (French for "black beast" meaning pet peeve) is the seventh solo studio album by Bryan Ferry, the former lead vocalist for Roxy Music. The album was released in November 1987 on Virgin Records in the United Kingdom and E.G. in the United States, two years after Ferry's successful album, Boys and Girls. This was Ferry's second solo album since the second demise of Roxy Music in 1983, four years earlier. The album was a commercial and critical success, peaking at No. 9 in the UK.

Rock Video Girls 2 1992

The girls of rock video are back with another dose of steamy rock 'n' roll stories and never-seen-before video vignettes guaranteed to get more than your attention. RVG2 feature a brand new lineup of sexy women from videos by Motley Crue, Bon Jovi, Gerardo, Rod Stewart and others. Rock Video Girls 2... It doesn't get any sexier than this!