A story of four close friends who shared big dreams. What made Tuff Luck stand out from the countless other metal bands populating the region was their uncanny level of musicianship, skill and consummate showmanship. It started with the Easybeats and their international hit Friday On My Mind back in the 60s. They became known as 'the most dangerous band in the world' and retained the title for reasons this film portrays, via interviews with band members and those who were there on, and off, tour. While that's interesting for a while, at a certain point -- and it arrives rather quickly -- the fascination curdles and it's hard not to feel unclean, as if you're snooping through your beloved brother's desk.
Come Together, moderated on-camera by John Lennon's sister, Julia Baird, captures that spirit, motivation, energy and interpretation through in-depth interviews, rare footage, stunning concert performances, and personal stories by bands and fans alike. Under the aegis of Klein, the saga of the band doesn't end there. Audiences will get a front-row seat as Larson films the trio in an honest, raw and emotional showcase of the group's final chapter as electronic music's finest. Simultaneously billed as the first solo album and the soundtrack to Brett Morgan's 2015 documentary Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck, this mangled beast of a record is indeed both. Regardless of nationality, they attempt to look and sound as close to the originals as possible. Velocity Films is proud to announce their latest film venture. The sound was that of Tuvan throat-singers, a sound that changed his life forever and sent him on a journey across the world to a land unknown.
Through the 1960s, 70s and 80s, Alberts created a house of hits in Australia that literally changed the sound of Australian popular music. This exciting documentary about country music legend Lorrie Morgan includes segments of her childhood, growing up backstage at the Grand Ole Opry, her road to stardom, and her much publicized personal life. As with all videos in the How to Dance Through Time series, the dances are introduced with a concise, historical overview and illustrated with authentic photographs and drawings. On The Road To Spearfish evokes a journey that is at once of this world and mythic. If music is the universal language, then the songs of the Beatles are its Rosetta Stone. Directed by Nathan Christ and photographed by Robert Garza. This is a community managed collection, hosted offshore.
Featuring Black Joe Lewis, Cari Palazolo, Bill Baird, Dana Falconberry, and performances by Ghostland Observatory, The Octopus Project, the Black Angels and more, this lyrical documentary provides a telescopic view into the lives of Austin's vibrant young musicians as they grapple with questions of artistic integrity, commercialism, experimentation, and the future of their beloved city. A documentary charting the dramatic rise and fall of Tuff Luck, a criminally unheralded '80s hard rock band blessed with prodigious musical gifts. This is an outstanding film for any Marley enthusiast or popular music fan. British rapper, poet and political commentator Akala tells the story of this golden period in the island's musical history, a time when a small group of musicians took songs of Rastafari, revolution and hope to the international stage. It's a story of survival, a story of stubborn dedication, a story of fierce commitment and unwavering ambition.
This is the story of how British pop captured the world's heart through its eyes. In his search for harmony and the answer to a mystifying obsession, music helped Pena bridge two cultures. In the late 60s the album, formerly just a collection of singles, established itself as the ultimate musical statement, and an album sleeve art culture was born that forsook obvious band photos for graphical invention and far more ambitious visual pastures. Jackson Browne: Going Home contains interviews, performances and rare footage spanning twenty-five years featuring Don Henley, Bonnie Raitt, David Crosby, Graham Nash, The Eagles, David Lindley, Jennifer Warnes and many more. His sound is legendary and he's the most famous musician you don't know.
Their compositions are an international language that crosses all borders and overrides cultural differences. In an alternate universe, Tuff Luck should have graced the cover of Rolling Stone magazine and instead has withered in total obscurity. Tuff Luck would have been recognized as one of the leaders of the '80s hard rock scene. Anita Collins explains the fireworks that go off in musicians' brains when they play, and examines some of the long-term positive effects of this mental workout. It features performances from a 1969 Toronto rock 'n roll festival. With the greatest performances on film of iconic and new artists, Stingray Qello brings the concert experience directly to you.
The film features interviews with many of the musicians he's worked with including Clapton, Phil Collins, Lionel Richie, Quincy Jones, Vince Gill, Herbie Hancock, Don Was and more. The result is a creative composite of musical expression. After decades-worth of international touring with Anthrax, bumping elbows with illustrious and sometimes ridiculous characters all over the media spectrum, and undergoing general 'you won't believe this' experiences Scott Ian certainly had some hilarious and surprisingly personal stories to share. Had the fickle hand of fate anointed them the career break they deserved, their story would have been an altogether different one. Billy Talbot is best known as a founding member of Crazy Horse, perhaps the most famous backing band in the world. No commitment, cancel any time.
There are an estimated 8,000 Beatles tribute bands globally who perform at multiple Beatles festivals and conventions throughout the world. No other records are credited to , and this album, in either its single- or double-disc edition, wouldn't exist if Morgan hadn't stumbled upon a cache of homemade cassettes when researching his film. For more than two decades, Jackson Browne has been one of the most compelling artists in popular music. All contents are provided by non-affiliated third parties. A maverick artist and true individual, Syd Barrett helped forge the British psychedelic scene when he formed Pink Floyd with Roger Waters, Rick Wright and Nick Mason in 1995. In the 1970s when Australia was in the midst of a deep recession, a rough and ready pub rock sound emerged, characterised by bands like Rose Tattoo who were promoted by family-run company, Alberts.