Phish: 10-21-1995 Pershing Auditorium, Lincoln, NE 1995

Set 1: Tweezer Reprise, Chalk Dust Torture, Guelah Papyrus, Reba[1], Wilson > Cars Trucks Buses, Kung > The Lizards, Strange Design, Acoustic Army, Good Times Bad Times -> Tweezer Reprise Set 2: Also Sprach Zarathustra > David Bowie, Lifeboy, Sparkle > You Enjoy Myself > Purple Rain > Hold Your Head Up, Harry Hood, Suzy Greenberg Encore: Highway to Hell [1] No whistling. Teases: · Beat It tease in Harry Hood · Beat It, Stairway to Heaven, and Tweezer Reprise teases in Suzy Greenberg · Black or White tease Notes: Reba did not have the whistling ending. Perhaps responding to fan predictions of a Michael Jackson cover album on Halloween, the band teased Black or White before GTBT as well as Beat It before and in Hood and in Suzy Greenberg. Suzy also included Stairway to Heaven and Tweezer Reprise teases. The soundcheck's Dog Log contained YEM lyrics (Wash Uffizi and drive me to Firenze). This show is available as an archival release on LivePhish.com.

A Pink Floyd Miscellany 1967-2005 2011

This one-hour compilation, beginning with the Arnold Layne promo from 1967 and culminating with the reunited band's performance at Live 8 in 2005, of rarely screened Pink Floyd videos and performances was produced in 2011, as part of the "Why Pink Floyd?" reissue campaign. It included some fantastic upgrades compared to what was circulating until then, such as the Point Me At The Sky 1968 promo video, Ian Emes' animation film for One Of These Days, and restored footage from the 1970 KQED TV show. Also including a newly-restored Another Brick in the Wall (Part 2) and performances of Grantchester Meadows, Cymbeline and others.

Troubadour Blues 2011

A journey into the world of well-traveled singer-songwriters like Peter Case, Mary Gauthier, Chris Smither, Dave Alvin, Slaid Cleaves and many more. The film contains live performances of 40 brilliantly crafted songs, as well as informal moments and interviews in which the artists reflect on audiences, songwriting, the music business, and life.

Oh! Calcutta! 1972

Based on the controversial off-Broadway musical comedy revue, "Oh! Calcutta! is a series of musical numbers about sex and sexual mores. Most of the skits feature one or more performers in either a state of undress, simulating sex, or both. The show sparked considerable controversy at the time, because it featured extended scenes of total nudity, both male and female. The title is taken from a painting by Clovis Trouille, itself a pun on "O quel cul t'as!" French for "What an arse you have!".

Reggae Sunsplash 1980

Combining concert footage and interviews with the performers, Reggae Sunsplash takes an inside look at the biggest reggae music festival in the world.

George Benson - Give me the night 2000

Recorded at the Waterfront Hall, Belfast 2000. Featuring Joe Sample, The BBC Big Band & Members of the Ulster Orchestra Tracks: 1. All Of Me 2. I Only Have Eyes For You 3. Beyond The Sea 4. Deeper Than You Think 5. Hipping The Hop 6. Lately 7. The Ghetto 8. In Your Eyes 9. Moodys Mood 10. Danny Boy 11. This Masquerade 12. Breezin 13. Love x Love 14. Turn Your Love Around 15. Never Give Up On A Good Thing 16. Give Me The Night 17. On Broadway

Johnny Cash's America 2008

This classic concert features a number of tracks from his new album coupled with favourites from across his career including Folsom Prison Blues, I Walk The Line, Ghost Riders In The Sky, Orange Blossom Special and San Quentin.

The White Rose 1933

Topping the list of 100 Best Egyptian Films, this classic musical melodrama launched the film career of one of Egypt’s greatest singers and composers, Mohamed Abdel Wahhab. Galal Effendi, the son of an impoverished aristocrat, is forced to leave his studies to seek employment. After a short stint as a clerk, however, Galal discovers his musical talents and finds success as a popular singer. Through its story of upward mobility based on merit rather than influence, the film examines the emergence of Egyptian middle-class identity.

From the Back of the Room 2011

Although it is often credited with spurring the "third wave" of feminism, Riot Grrrl seemed to many to be a blip in the media. Riot Grrrl paved the way for the more mainstream "girl power" phenomenon, but was ultimately forgotten until recently. This film tackles the past thirty years of female involvement in Do It Yourself music, and aims to give a more complete picture of how women have participated in the D.I.Y. community, and how it affects their daily lives.

Kitaro: An Enchanted Evening 1995

An Enchanted Evening is a live album recorded during Kitaro's world tour in 1995. It features music from his studio album, Mandala, and music from his original score for Oliver Stone's movie, Heaven and Earth. Resonant with exotic Japanese instrumentation along with the more familiar guitar, flute and drums, it shimmers one minute and rumbles the next by turns soothing and stirring, rhythmic and dramatic, yet surprising intimate. It is a unforgettable event with contrasts that takes its cue from nature and spirit drawing refrains of the East and West together.

Third Day: Live in Concert: The Offerings Experience 2002

Gospel group Third Day is captured in this March 2001 concert filmed live at Hi-Fi Buys Amphitheatre in Atlanta, Ga. The worshipful singing group leads an impassioned evening of praise and song on their fastest-selling concert tour to date. In addition to a set that includes "Sky Falls Down," "Agnus Dei" and "Thief," viewers get to see candid behind-the-scenes footage and personal interviews with the members of Third Day.

Santana: Corazón Live from Mexico (Live It To Believe It) 2014

Includes the concert film, a “making of the concert” 30 minute documentary film shot in Puerto Vallarta, Riviera Nayarit, and Guadalajara, entitled “Live It To Believe It,” along with a live CD from December 14, 2013. Superstar performances at this concert event include Elan Atias, Chocquibtown, Lila Downs, Gloria Estefan, Juanes, Miguel, Fher Olvera (of Mana), Niña Pastori, Samuel Rosa (of Skank), Cindy Blackman Santana, Salvador Santana, Romeo Santos, Soledad, and Diego Torres.

Behemoth: The Satanist Oblivion 2014

"The Satanist Oblivion" Is a documentary about Behemoth and "The Satanist" CD recorded process. And "Live Barbarossa" Is a show Recorded Live at Barbarossa, Ekaterinburg, Russia - September 26, 2012 - TRACKLIST: 01. Intro 02. Ov Fire and the Void 03. Demigod 04. Moonspell Rites 05. Conquer All 06. Christians to the Lions 07. The Seed ov I 08. Alas, Lord Is upon Me 09. Decade of Θεριον 10. At the Left Hand ov God 11. Slaves Shall Serve 12. Chant for Εσχατον 2000 13. 23 (The Youth Manifesto) 14. Lucifer