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  • Reverend-Beat Man - Surreal folk blues gospel trash Vol 3 (DVD)


    Here it is the long awaited: REVEREND BEAT-MAN’  surreal folk blues gospel trash vol 3′

    This DVD contains 19 Videoclips from the Music of ’surreal folk blues gospel trash vol 1+2’ each of the clips is made by another Movie maker, each of the clip is Different to the other, one more one less Proffesional.. the creativity of the Filmmakers had no borders at all ,so you can see a Pupped Show video clip short movie or a Mass Baptising scene or a Clip made in a Strip Joint, or Reverend Beat-Man on the Electric Chair, Reverend Beat-man’s son who sings ’the clown of the Town’ or  Reverend beat-man hit by a car laying in his Blood and singing ’no hope’. when we started the project we thught it’s gonna be trash but what came in was mostly hi quality stuff the people behind the camera proofs that you don’t need a lot of money to make movies these days what counts is the idea and a good eye of the Camera Man

    We are very proud and happy to present you this DVD that comes as well with a lot of bonus material, like a before unreleased song a slid show and a off Take clip and the WHOLE Mass Baptising Scene 

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  • Burke Solomon - Everybody Needs Somebody-The Definitive Fully-Authorised Story Of (DVD)


    The definitive fully authorised Solomon Burke story. Paul Spencer’s film, screened recently on BBC Television, follows his journey from a humble Philadelphia neighbourhood to New York, Hollywood, and the music industry’s highest accolades.

    We trace his music back to its gospel roots and learn how faith in God sustains him, his 21 children, 79 grandchildren and 17 great grand children, the family he thought he would never have.

    Bill Wyman tells us how the Rolling Stones in their formative years, covered three of his songs, Tom Jones admits that for him, Solomon left all the other soul singers in the shade, and Jools Holland explains how his powerful voice and magisterial presence guaranteed him appearances on Later” as well as Jools’ latest record.

    Producer and musician Joe Henry describes how, with the help of writers like Van Morrison, Tom Waits, Brian Wilson and Elvis Costello, he produced the record that won Solomon his first Grammy.”

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  • Dexter Levi With Magic And Slim Jim Phantom - At Green Bay 50`s Rockin Fest II (DVD)


    The complete performance of Rockabilly legend Levi Dexter at the Green Bay Rockin’ Fest. He is backed by members of Japan’s Neo-Rockabilly superstars Magic on guitar and double bass, and Stray Cats drummer Slim Jim Phantom. Could this be The Ultimate Neo-Rockabilly Band? Watch this excellent performance of Rockabilly Music at it’s best and decide for yourself!

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  • Cash Johnny (& Friends) - Johnny Cash Christmas Special 1977 (DVD)


    Toka joulushow v. 1977 ja meno senkunvainparanee… Mukana myös All star tribute Elvikselle by Roy Orbison, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins ja Johnny Cash. Country-music legend Johnny Cash is joined on-stage by friends and family for this musical holiday celebration. Along with Christmas favorites performed by the likes of June Carter Cash and The Statler Brothers, The Johnny Cash Christmas Special 1977 feature a rendition of This Train Is Bound for Glory” by The Man in Black with Jerry Lee Lewis, Roy Orbison Carl Perkins in memory of the late Elvis Presley.”

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  • Various - The Clothes, The Cars & The Music (DVD)


    TAAS LÖYTYY VARASTOSTA! Upea dokumentti! Mukana paljon live musaa (biisilistalla kokonaiset biisit livenä rockabilly rave tapahtumasta v. 2006.), autoja (Hot Rod Hayride tapahtumasta), haastatteluita, kunnon rockabilly menoa….PAKOLLINEN HANKINTA KAIKILLE ROCKABILLY FANEILLE!

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  • Howlin` Wilf & The Vee-Jays - Ya Ya – Live DVD (DVD)


    It seems as though everyone is singing the praises of newly discovered sensation James Hunter. The comparisons to greats such as Sam Cooke and James Brown are just – although he is no imitator. Hunter is blessed with a wonderfully natural vocal, which shines when he performs his soulful Rhythm & Blues. His 2006 album People Gonna Talk” was his U.S. breakthrough, but the James Hunter story actually begins some 20 years earlier. In 1986 Hunter formed his first Rhythm & Blues band The Veejays, taking on the pseudonym Howlin’ Wilf. They were soon the heppest cats in Camden Town – popular enough to give up their day jobs and go pro!

    Within a year, Howlin’ Wilf & The Veejays has cut their first album, the Boz Boorer produced ”Cry Wilf”, and had appeared on national TV courtesy of legendary music-show ”The Tube”. As the 1980s progressed, Wilf and the band issued a steady stream of vinyl, skipping from label to label including Waterfront and Un-American activities. Their popularity as a live act saw them tour throughout Europe and into the USA, until the end of 1989 when the band split. Hunter’s new-found popularity has also been marked by the 20th anniversary CD re-issue of his debut ”Cry Wilf” album (Big Beat Records CDWIKM 51) ”Ya Ya” features a full show from The Veejays 1987 UK tour.”

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  • Man Or Astro-man? - Time Bomb (DVD)


    A night of Sci-Fi Surf-Punk madness from one of the leading bands of the 1990s Instro-Surf revival. Man Or Astroman were one of the most prolific and original bands of the 90s Surf movement, and this is their long-overdue first DVD release

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  • Jennings Waylon - Renegade, Outlaw, LEGEND (DVD)



    The Authorized Video Biography. The true story of Waylon Jennings. From his days as Buddy Holly’s protégé to his battles with the Nashville system. From his musical breakthrough in the ’70s to drug addiction and recovery in the ’80s to his death in 2002. A memorable portrait of one of the great legends of country music.Featuring rare footage and over 20 classic song clips and performances of Waylon’s greatest hits, including: Honky Tonk Heroes, This Time, Good Hearted Woman, Luckenbach, Texas, Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way, Amanda, America and The Eagle. Special guest appearances by: Chet Atkins, Johnny Cash, Jessi Colter, Rodney Crowell, George Jones, Willie Nelson, Hank Williams, Jr, Richie Albright, Herb Alpert.

    SPECIAL BONUS! INCLUDES THE COMPLETE PROGRAM: The Lost Outlaw Performance On the evening of August 12, 1978, Waylon Jennings and The Waylors performed on the concert stage of the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, Tennessee. FEATURES: Are You Ready for the Country – Lonesome, On1ry and Mean – Waymore1s Blues – Amanda A Long Time Ago – Jack of Diamonds – Tonight the Bottle Let Me Down This Time – Just Because You Ask Me To – I’ve Always Been Crazy – Don’t You Think This Outlaw Bit’s Done Got Out of Hand – Good Hearted Woman – Mammas Don’t Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Cowboys Luckenbach, Texas – Honky Tonk Heroes – Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way.

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