Gary Numan: Farewell Concert Wembley 1981

Gary Numan: Farewell Concert Wembley 1981 1981

This was probably a pretty bad idea: In 1981, at the absolute height of his U.K. superstardom, Gary Numan announced his retirement from live performance. His intended last hurrah, at Wembley Arena, sold out so quickly that two more shows had to be added to accommodate the fans who wished to see him one last time.


Virgin 1985

This was made in 1985 as a follow up to Blue Monday and War Machine. The music is Virgin by Prince Far I / Singers & Players on On-U Sound.

Vangelis – Eureka (Live at Rotterdam, 1991)

Vangelis – Eureka (Live at Rotterdam, 1991) 1991

This comes from a rare DVD from the Eureka concert, performed by Vangelis at the docks in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, in 18th July 1991. A floating stage was made for Vangelis with his synths and the choir, surrounded by Greek ornaments. Buildings and boats around were animated by projections of colors and lasera animation. Unfortunately, this appears to be a “finger-sync” style performance. The way the video is edited, too, there frequently seems to be no connection between what Vangelis is doing and the music. Jon Anderson appeared as guest for the track "Italian Song" and Markella Hatziano appeared for "Glorianna".

Lee Ritenour with special guests - Live in Montreal

Lee Ritenour with special guests - Live in Montreal

A strong representation of the current jazz fusion scene got together in july 1991 with this sampling of artists from the GRP label. They included frequent jazz-rock collaborator Ernie Watt, and David Benoit, master of a "jazz-lite" style. But guitarist Lee Ritenour is key man here: he calls most of the shots, and six of the eight pieces are his, including a fine tribute to early inspiration Wes Montgomery on "24th Street Blues." For the most part, easy-going and mellow are the watchwords on this program - not surprising since the players tend to be based in Los Angeles. Ritenour's "Etude" stands out for its creation of atmosphere, and so do Dave Valentin's solo melodic meanderings on a selection of wooden flutes backed by his own vocal effects. All elements considered the bill is a demonstration of top-drawer musicianship, awareness of contemporary styles – and versatility.

Heer Ranjha

Heer Ranjha 1970

An epic Love story in which two lovers Heer and Ranjha get along with each other but unfortunately their Love story is not easy. Ranjha fights his way to get Heer but he is not able to do so.

Paul McCartney: The Complete Up Close Rehearsal

Paul McCartney: The Complete Up Close Rehearsal 1992

Paul McCartney returns to the Ed Sullivan Theater in New York City for the first of two nights' live concert recordings for an MTV Special. Live performances of 24 songs, many from his then-forthcoming album "Off the Ground." Recorded December 10, 1992.

Atlas Dei

Atlas Dei

A lyrical journey through time and space into the mystery of our cosmos. In this feature length film, musician Robert Rich and filmmaker Daniel Colvin weave the strands of science, myth, and poetic vision into a powerful and compelling tapestry of the human enigma.

Ghosts on the Wall

Ghosts on the Wall

Eddie, the grave digger, is haunted by the ghosts appearing on the walls in his home. the ghosts want revenge. Eddie didn't bury them well. So they tease, follow and scare him to death.



NIN/DB - DISSONANCE (Nine Inch Nails / David Bowie - Live 1995) DVD5 video : PAL - 4/3 fullscreen sound : Dolby Digital 2.0 duration : 55'30" Menu/Chapter SOURCES : Live footage Pro-Shot : Web Rip 480p (Restored picture & sound) - 45' - Wish (nin) - Subterraneans (nin/db) - Scary Monsters (nin/db) - Reptile (nin/db) - Halo Space Boy (nin/db) - Hurt (nin/db) - The Heart's Filthy Lesson (db) - The Man Who Sold the World (db) - Under Pressure (db) Extras : dvd (Untouched)- 10' - Backstage + Hurt.alt from Closure dvd - I'm Afraid of Americans (video) Compilation, Restoration, Titles, Authoring & Cover by ModOlek 11/2010 Fan for Fans - Not For Sale

Don’t Call It Road Rap - A Noisey Film

Don’t Call It Road Rap - A Noisey Film

After 'Skepta: Top Boy' and 'Noisey Blackpool' comes our latest UK documentary - Don’t Call It Road Rap hosted by legend of UK music, Mike Skinner. 'Don’t Call It Road Rap' was filmed around London over a year, investigating the explosion of UK rap and follows some of the most important MCs as they try to focus on music and keep their lives on a positive track. The film features the likes of Section Boyz, C Biz, 67, Corleone, Potter Payper and Skore Beezy.

Aaj Ke Angaarey

Aaj Ke Angaarey 1988

Vidya is a school-teacher in Love Dale High School, and has approximately 12 children in her classroom. One day they decide to participate in a inter-school competition and travel out of town. Their bus is stopped by a group of masked men, and all of them are taken captive, held for ransom in an isolated location.

General Gramophone

General Gramophone 1978

Halit Berati, a virtuoso clarinet player, is invited by the Italians to record his music, which is to be sold along Italian records.

L'Elisir d'amore

L'Elisir d'amore 1991

L'ELISIR D'AMORE tells the story of a young man in love with a local beauty, but too shy to do anything about it. A “love potion” – really a bottle of Bordeaux sold by the quack doctor, Dulcamara – enables young Nemorino to feel just brave enough to make his feelings known. However, as he does so by playing hard-to-get, he incites Adina to declare her feelings for the cavalier Sergeant Belcore instead. The resulting shenanigans involve a rich, deceased uncle, a chorus of women who know people's business before they do themselves, and a lot of cheap wine. This being comic opera at its best, the show ends happily for all involved, with Adina and Nemorino finally finding solace in each other's arms. Kathleen Battle and Luciano Pavarotti star in this 1991 Metropolitan Opera production of the Donizetti opera conducted by James Levine.