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February 10, 2007

David Bowie - Be my wife

Added by cockaleekieman

Ike & Tina Turner - Baby, Get it on

Added by Trelle86

Kiss - X-treme Close-Up (documentary)

Kiss - X-treme Close-Up (IMDb). The full documentary.

Part 1 - Part 2 - Part 3 - Part 4 - Part 5 - Part 6 - Part 7 - Part 8 - Part 9 - Part 10 - Part 11

Femme Fatale - Waiting for the Big One

Added by sugarfromhell

Los Straitjackets - Tempest

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Superstar: The Karen Carpenter Story

"Openly gay, experimental filmmaker Todd Haynes burst upon the scene two years after his graduation from Brown University with his ... all » now-infamous 43-minute cult treasure "Superstar: The Karen Carpenter Story" (1987) [IMDb]. Seizing upon the inspired gimmick of using Barbie and Ken dolls to sympathetically recount the story of the pop star's death from anorexia, he spent months making miniature dishes, chairs, costumes, Kleenex and Ex-Lax boxes, and Carpenters' records to create the film's intricate, doll-size mise-en-scene. The result was both audacious and accomplished as the dolls seemingly ceased to be dolls leaving the audience weeping for the tragic singer.

Unfortunately, Richard Carpenter's enmity for the film (which made him look like a selfish jerk) led to the serving of a "cease and desist" order in 1989, and despite the director's offer "to only show the film in clinics and schools, with all money going to the Karen Carpenter memorial fund for anorexia research," "Superstar" remains buried, one of the few films in modern America that cannot be seen by the general public.

Now finally you have a chance to see this piece"
(via Coudal Partners)

Bill Evans - Someday my prince will come

Nanci Griffith - Spread Of The Sound Of Loniless

Added by SupremeLoveGod

February 6, 2007

R. Stevie Moore - Quo Pah

Added by autosam

BEAT THIS: A Hip-Hop History [1984 documentary - FEATURES MALCOLM MACLAREN] replaced 12.08








Beat This: A Hip-Hop History is a "seminal"[1] 1984 documentary film about hip hop culture, directed by Dick Fontaine.[2] The cast includes Afrika Bambaataa, DJ Kool Herc — the film includes footage from Herc's original dance parties — The Cold Crush Brothers, Jazzy Jay, Brim Fuentes, and The Dynamic Rockers,[3] and is narrated by Imhotep Gary Byrd.[1][4]

Originally part of the Arena television series, it was among the first crop of documentaries about hip hop.[3]

Marc Bolan & T.Rex - Get It On

From Don Kirshner's ROCK CONCERT '74
Added by Rexmania2001

Max Roach with Abbey Lincoln

Part 1 - Part 2

Guru Guru - Oxymoron

Added by orangefunk

Lou Reed - Vicious (Live)

live in Paris, 1974
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Folk Implosion - Brand of Skin

Added by hophead515

Air - Universal traveller

Julian Cope - Five 0'Clock World

Added by SupremeLoveGod

February 4, 2007

Fleshquartet with Freddie Wadling and Stina Nordenstam - Walk

Added by asbestosman

Sonic Youth - Do You Believe In Rapture

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Freddie Hubbard - Straight Life

"This is from the 1975 Downbeat Awards... Chick Corea, keys; Stanley Clarke, bass; Lenny White, drums; Airto, percussion......"
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Coldcut - Atomic Moog

New layout

Some changes to the look. Some changes to the sidebar.
But it's nothing you have to worry about. The focus is still the same.


Qalanjo - Dheesha Dheel

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Lee Hazlewood and Lill Lindfors - Taxi

This is the Swedish entry for the European Montreux (Switzerland) festival in 1973.Lee Hazlewood and Swedish female singer Lill Lindfors sing a.o. Harry Chapin songs. This Swedish entry won the Gold Rose Award of Montreux (first prize) and the press award. Lee and Lill Lindfors sing: 'Taxi'.
Note: The clip is not fully complete.
Added January 26, 2007From guyheartsrod

Barry Manilow - Copacabana

German TV
Added by matschinsky

Imperial Gospel Singers - The Lord Will see You Through

Added by Mandy39

Bukka White - Aberdeen Mississippi Blues

Added by peglegsam