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The Rolling Stones 1969-1974 The Mick Taylor Years

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Rage Against The Machine – The Art Of Protest

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Miles Davis The Cool Jazz Sound

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Gotye – Life As A Painting

Goyte is best known for his hit single Somebody That I Used to Know which reached number 1 on the Billboard Hot 100, making him the 5th Australian based artist to do so. He has won 5 ARIA Awards, which is monumental for a new artist. Aside from being a compelling vocalist, he is also an accomplished pianist, drummer, and painter. In this revealing documentary we examine the journey of the world's most artsy musician.Read more


This look at the South's most lucrative artist to date (over 10 million albums sold), will give you a better understanding of the man behind the music. See how Christopher Bridges, A.K.A. LUDACRIS, made his way to the top and how he is continually utilizing every opportunity he gets to push himself forward to becoming a Hip Hop Icon and superstar in music and film.Read more

Fall Out Boy – Work Hard Play Harder

Enter the world of the bad boys of pop, in this once a lifetime peek into Fall Out Boy's life. The genius in their eclectic sound continues to land them at the top of the Billboard charts. This is the inspirational story of how a local hardcore punk band, persisted and forged their way into super stardom.Read more

LMFAO – Rocking the Party

RedFoo and SkyBlu are a dynamic duo. Their fun electro pop sound keeps the party rocking all around the world. Their smash hits "Parasido Girls," "Party Rock Anthem," and "Sexy And I Know It" have topped the charts in over 10 countries. Music is literally pumping through their veins. Legendary music mogul Barry Gordy is Redfoo's father and SkyBlu's grandfather. From inception it seems they were destined to make their mark on music. In this exclusive documentary we take a close look at their creative genius and find out what it takes to be The Life of the Party.Read more

BONO – Big Daddy

BIG DADDY is a documentary that charts Bono's entire life and career, from his modest beginnings and the creation of U2, to his multi tasking role today as both a world class musician and a high profile campaigner. Featuring previously unseen footage, exclusive interviews and contributions from those who know him best, archive interviews with the man himself, rare photos and a host of other features, this film tells the Bono story in a way it has never been told before.Read more

Bizzy Bone

Original member of one of the most important groups hip hop, this film follows Bizzy Bone as he reunites with his longtime collaborators Bone Thugs N Harmony, with footage recorded at five separate concerts. The release also includes behind the scenes footage and interviews.Read more

Ratskates Born In The Basement

This engaging documentary about the birth of Overkill and the Thrash scene is told by Overkill's founding drummer RAT SKATES. In 1980, the East Coast of North America experienced a massive culture clash of Punk, Disco, Stoner Music, New Wave and Heavy Metal. Frustrated by this Suburban identity crisis and fueled by "The New Wave of British Heavy Metal", a small group of energetic youths were unknowingly creating the most extreme music ever to assault global eardrums: THRASH METAL. One of the movements' most recognized pioneers was RAT SKATES. This is a drive through his tunnel vision to success, and the philosophy that turned his dreams into reality...THE "DIY" MINDSET! This movie boldly goes well behind the scenes, deep into the NY/NJ cover band circuit and pre-digital tape-trading underground to candidly reveal the hidden hurdles that every young musician must jump in the quest for rock stardom, the passion of their vision, and dedication to their family.Read more

Young Jeezy – Thug Motivation

Hip Hop introduces its new phenomenon to the rap game... Meet Jay Jenkins aka Young Jeezy, known on the street as "The Snow Man". As one of the fastest rising Hip Hop stars to date, Jeezy sold over a million records in the past year. This DVD documents the life of a troubled teen growing up in Atlanta. Remarkably, Jeezy overcame many obstacles and sold an incredible amount of units before inking a deal with Def Jam and later hooking up with rap mogul P-Diddy to form the hot new rap group "Boys N the Hood". Jeezy's untold story told on this DVD will make fans around the world press rewind.Read more


Omarion began as gang member. Realizing he needed to change his life, the teen escaped the streets to pursue a career in the music industry. His gift allowed him to become the fourth member of the group B2K. He would then go on to achieve five number #1 hit singles and collaborate with Nick Canon, P-Diddy and Fabulous. Omarion also displayed his dancing skills on the hit movie "You Got Served". It wasnt long before the group encountered management problems, causing the successful teens of B2K to split up. However, Omarion was fortunate in that he could continue his career as a solo R&B artist. This DVD biography details the ins and outs of his extraordinary life story.Read more

The Cry of Jazz

Filmed in Chicago & finished in 1959, The Cry of Jazz is filmmaker, composer and arranger Edward O. Bland's polemical essay on the politics of music and race - a forecast of what he called "the death of jazz." A landmark moment in black film, foreseeing the civil unrest of subsequent decades, it also features the only known footage of visionary pianist Sun Ra from his beloved Chicago period. Featured are ample images of tenor saxophonist John Gilmore and the rest of Ra's Arkestra in Windy City nightclubs, all shot in glorious black & white. Rarely seen in cinemas, this is the first commercial release of The Cry of Jazz.Read more


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Dwarves – Fuck you up and get live

Notorious for their ferocious live performances spanning over two decades, the Dwarves have rocked and offended audiences the world over. This sinful 19-song performance DVD was filmed at the legendary Continental Club in NYC on October 18, 2004 and includes several extra music videos like "Over You", "We Must Have Blood", "Bleed On", "Pimp", and "Way Out" as well as alternate camera angles of the show. In this age of prepackaged punk and ready-made rebellion, the Dwarves remain fiercely independent and unrepentant to the end... This DVD supplies all the crazy-ass bullsh!t you've come to expect from this band of degenerate f*#ks.Read more

Travis Porter – Red Rock

The rap group Travis Porter stars in this action/adventure short coupled with an in depth documentary on the band. Read more

Freak House: No Way Down

Blurring the lines of metal, rock and pop, Freakhouse's hybrid vision is poised to capture the ear of the modern rock world. Formed in Austin Texas, Freakhouse quickly built an intensely devoted following from their live performances at Skate Parks and X-Games venues. Wearing gas masks and having pinhead roadies had people seriously concerend, but shocking theatrics were just one aspect of Freakhouse, they also had KILLER songs. Now with the No Way Down DVD that includes ALL of their songs plus bonus tracks to date on a companion CD, Freakhouse is ready to Rock for Christmas 2009.Read more

Macklemore and Ryan Lewis – Limitless

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Put The Needle On The Record

Put the Needle on the Record is an award-winning documentary that explores the evolution of electronic music and the rise of the DJ in pop culture. Filmed in Miami during the hot and sexy Winter Music Conference, a yearly week-long event attended by over 20,000 electronic music professionals and fans, the ?lm takes an inside look at a growing global phenomenon. Interviews with top artists, footage from events around the globe and a brilliant soundtrack are combined to create a highly energetic piece of ?lmmaking. Director Jason Rem brings an unexplored genre of music to the masses for a glimpse at a movement that is driven by passion, creativity and business.Read more

Guided By Voices Some Drinking Implied

This 65 minute DVD is an unbelievable collection of never-before-seen footage starring rock legends Guided By Voices. This collection includes some never-released videos including "Weed King," Bob and Demos early studio clips, backstage footage, Bob's high school movie "Wild People" featuring "Lucifer's Aching Revolver," plus an early live performance from 1992. Recorded in Dolby Digital and narrated by Geo.Read more

Guided By Voices The Who Went Home And Cried

Guided by voices created a series of indie-rock records filled with infectiously brief pop songs. This DVD features the band jamming on Robert Pollard's (singer and guitar player) back porch in Dayton, Ohio. The band plays their greatest songs. The video also includes bonus tracks from the Whisky in Los Angeles.Read more

Queens Of Hip Hop

Although the rap scene has been ruled by men for 20 years, this documentary shows how and which women are making big moves in the industry. See how Salt "N" Pepa, Lady Luck, Rah Digga and Charlie Baltimore have broken through and how they generate heat and Hip-Hop on the stage! These are the true Queens of Hip Hop.Read more

Count Basie

Jazz great William “Count” Basie comes back to life in this rich documentary, which traces the history of the pianist, composer, and bandleader over several decades. Filmmaker Gary Keys juxtaposes a roundtable discussion among old (indeed octogenerian) cats from the Count Basie Orchestra with recorded performances, including a cameo appearance in Blazing Saddles. In archival clips, we see Basie skittering his hands over the keys. He holds a single finger up in the air, ready to unleash the band’s energy. A gallery of portraits and snapshots shows the ever-smiling face of a man as vivacious as the grooves he delivers—his good humor suffusing the music and the players going at it all around him, from Lester Young to Ella Fitzgerald. Read more

Duke Robillard – Guitar Method

In this volume Duke teaches his favorite rhythm guitar ideas and chord progressions. Demonstrated are his favorite Chicago Blues turnarounds, the best chord voicings to use in Blues, mixing double stops with chords for interesting backgrounds behind solos, sliding 6th chords, guitar boogie rhythms, expressive picking techniques and more! Inspired by blues legends like T-Bone Walker, Charlie Christian and Big Joe Turner, Duke's guitar work has seamlessly spanned the worlds of jazz, blues, and swing since he founded the renowned big band, Roomful of Blues, in 1967. Duke has toured the world with his own band and also as Tom Wait's guitarist and Jimmie Vaughan's replacement in The Fabulous Thunderbirds. Duke has recorded twenty acclaimed solo albums including Grammy Nominated Guitar Groove-a-rama. In addition to his own recordings, Duke has played on and/or produced albums by Bob Dylan (1997's Grammy-winning Time Out of Mind), Ruth Brown, Johnny Adams, Kim Wilson, Jay McShann, Pinetop Perkins, John Hammond, Jimmy Witherspoon, Snooky Pryor and many more. The legendary B.B. King called Duke "one of the great players."Read more

Jazz Legends Live 6

Jazz Legends Live! is a series of live performances from contemporary jazz artists recorded all over the world in a variety of venues - intimate American jazz clubs, open air jazz festivals and concert halls throughout Europe. However, what is consistent throughout the series is the wonderful music, the quality & enthusiasm of the performing jazz legends and the appreciation of the worldwide audiences. Carmen McRae, Monte Alexander, Ben Sidran, Frank Morgan, Charlie ByrdRead more

Jazz Legens Golden Age Of Jazz

Whether it's the barrelhouse, ragtime, syncopation, scat, swing, bebop, hard-bop, re-bop, boogie-woogie or jive, it is still Jazz! Compiled from master recordings that lie forgotten in the vaults of Hollywood studios, The Golden Age of Jazz captures the motion pictures of some of greatest artists in the history of Jazz including Cab Calloway, Duke Ellington, Louis Armstrong, Louis Prima, The Mills Brothers, Gene Krupa, and many more.Read more

The Temptations Legends In Concert

The Temptations Live - For more than forty years the temptations have been wooing audiences around the globe and selling millions of records in the process, catch them Live on this Wonderful DVD!Read more

Jazz Legends Roy Ayers

It was new generation of players and samplers would end up at vibraphone maestro Roy Ayers corner of the rainbow. From the time he formed his group Ubiquity in 1970, Roy Ayers has mesmerized millions of people with his unique style of music known as Smooth Jazz. His songs have been sampled by dozens of groups including A Tribe Called Quest, Brand Nubian, X-Clan, Big Daddy Kane, Erykah Badu, Mary J. Blige, the Notorious BIG, Foxy Brown and Sean "Puffy" Combs. His signature blend of smooth vibes, mother wit lyrics, classic bottom, and dashes of saxophones, keyboards and wordly percussion, is a reflection of his eclectic brilliance.Read more