A Beauty

A Beauty 1975

Shin Jung-Hyeon, Kon-Chi, and Dong-Ho are poor musicians. Since they have excellent ability but don't have money, they don't have jobs. A beauty treats them with kindness. She gives them money for the house and drink, and gives comfort to their minds, too. One day, they grow rapidly into favor. The beauty Shin Jung-Hyeon loves disappears. They thought her a student, but in fact, she is a call girl. Knowing this, Shin Jung-Hyeon sings with almost mad feelings.

The Replacements: Incident on 7th Street

The Replacements: Incident on 7th Street 1981

During the first week of September 1981, Twin/Tone took the mobile recording unit and rented a bunch of video gear and recorded 15 bands live (five nights) at the 7th Street Entry in Minneapolis... These movies are from the show on September 5th. The band had released "Sorry Ma..." earlier in the year and were already working on future projects. These clips are presented as they were recorded live... in set order and very much with the tuning that troubled the night. The Replacements were the middle band of three (Husker Du closed the show) and played two 25 minute sets.

Honeymoon Suite - The Videos

Honeymoon Suite - The Videos

Every one of Honeymoon Suites video hits from their 1984 smash hit New Girl Now to their current video hit Still Lovin' You. The Music Rocks -The Videos Roll

Halestorm - Rockpalast 2012

Halestorm - Rockpalast 2012

Halestorm - Live in Cologne Germany 2012 01.Love Bites (for So I of the Do) - 02.It's Not You - 03.Dirty the Work - 04.American Boys - 05.Crazy the On You - 06.Familiar the Taste Of Poison - 07.Slave the To of The Grind - 08.Freak Like Me - 09.I the Get Off - 10.Interview

On Tour

On Tour 1972

Fluxus artist and composer Takehisa Kosugi assembled a crew of young musicians and hit the road in a VW bus from Rotterdam to the Taj Mahal, playing a series of shows along the way in which the band used traditional instruments run through a series of electronic effects to create long sheets of drone both pulsing and timeless. Filmed by Takehisa Kosugi's mentor Matsu Ohno (perhaps best known in the States for his sound effects/score work on the television series Astro-Boy), the film moves at the same pace as the music itself, a pastoral road movie following a band far more likely to play temples than clubs.

The Craziest Star

The Craziest Star 1989

The Johnny Lloveras, singer and showman, leaving the province and comes to Athens in order to conquer. He wants to become the first star in the field of night entertainment. But the bad fate and misfortune of many surprises. Moreover awaits him and love as the heart of the fight two delicious singers, Miranda and Jealousy. Which will win?

Broken Vibes

Broken Vibes

In an unconventional and upbeat form, “Broken Vibes” takes us off to the heart of the Broken Beat universe, a musical mixture born at the end of the last century brewing and drawing influences from the wide spectrum of Black Music : Jazz, Hip-Hop, Soul, Drum&Bass... Reaching further the mere documentary on a musical genre, “Broken Vibes” aims at exploring the social, cultural and economical aspects of a movement, once local and now international, that grew amid a collective of talented and dedicated young people stemming from “West London”, a neighbourhood which had previously witnessed the birth of Punk, Acid Jazz, Jungle music…and of the sound systems culture nowadays embodied by the infamous Notting Hill Carnival.

Die Fledermaus

Die Fledermaus 1990

After the Viennese premiere, the Fledermaus (the bat) conquered the world. It is one of the few operettas that are regularly performed at the major opera houses such as the Metropolitan Opera, the Scala Milan, the Vienna State Opera and the Royal Opera House Convent Garden in London. John Cox directed this lavishly equipped production by Julia Trevelyan Oman initially in London in 1977. On New Year's Eve 1990, this staging offered the luxurious ambiance for the farewell to Joan Sutherland from her London audience. The singer had admired them since her first great success at this prestigious opera house in the fifties. The rushing feast in the second act reached its climax with its stormy cheered performance and the commitment of her friends and colleagues Luciano Pavarotti and Marilyn Horne, with whom she often stood together on the stage.

Not Dead Yet

Not Dead Yet 1983

A fast-paced documentary about a second generation of punk rockers living in Toronto. It offers insight into this segment of culture by videotaping in the streets, bars, and homes of punks. Conversations are intercut with the music of the punk bands at the core of the scene.