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  • Cline Patsy - A Portrait Of (Remembering) DVD (DVD)


    Patsy Cline died in a plane crash on March 5, 1963. Now, her musical legacy lives on in Remembering Patsy. This heartfelt celebration features 17 great Patsy Cline songs, and 10 rare television appearances, recently discovered and never before seen on video. You’ll meet Patsy through her intimate home movies, her personal letters, as read by Arista recording artist Michele Wright, and the fond reminiscences of Patsy’s husband, Charlie Dick, and Willie Nelson, Loretta Lynn, George Jones, Mel Tillis, Roy Clark, Eddy Arnold, Bill Anderson and Jan Howard. A new generation of stars including Trisha Yearwood, k.d. lang, Ronna Reeves, Lisa Stewart, and Marsha Thorntorn, add insight into Patsy’s influence and proof positive that Patsy Cline does live on in her music.

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  • Pierce Webb - Greatest Hits (DVD)


    This program contains 17 of Webb Pierce’s hits including Wondering, There Stands The Glass, More and More, plus many others. This an unique center-stage look at the legendary Webb Pierce.

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  • Movie - LAS VEGAS HILLBILLYS  (1966) (DVD)




    Directed by: ARTHUR C. PIERCE


    In the backwoods of Tennessee, country singer Woody Weatherby receives word that he has inherited a casino in Las Vegas. Elated, Woody and his buddy Jeepers head for Nevada in their dilapidated jalopy Lightnin’. When they arrive, they find that their bonanza is nothing but a debt-ridden dive. Enlisting the aid of Jayne Mansfield and Mamie Van Doren, the boys are determined to make Woody’s Golden Circle a success. Jayne is hired to manage the gambling concession while Mamie is supposed to be a singer, but most of the time they just hang around and look pretty (so what’s wrong with that?). But it takes the shrewd business sense of Aunt Clem from back home to make the place really take off. She books the finest talents in country music for the entertainment, and their appearances form the true high points of the picture. If you enjoyed this film, don’t miss the exciting sequel, HILLBILLYS IN A HAUNTED HOUSE!

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  • Movie - Hillbillys In A Haunted House! (DVD)


    Genre: Horror Comedy, Musical Comedy

    Theatrical Date: 1967

    Run Time: 88 Minutes

    Flags: OK For Children

    Label: Vci Video

    Horror, comedy, and country corn combine when country singers Woody Weathrby and Boots Malone get caught in a big storm en route to the Nashville Jamboree and end up taking shelter in a creepy looking old mansion that is said to be haunted. Though plenty of spooky things go on there, the hapless hayseeds quickly figure out that the haunting has more to do with a ring of international agents led by the enigmatic and sly Madame Wong than it does the supernatural. The spies have made the abandoned building their headquarters as they endeavor to steal a valuable atomic secret. This was the final film of Basil Rathbone. It is also a sequel to Las Vegas Hillbillies (1966).

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  • Various - Legends Of Country Guitar (DVD)


    Featuring: Chet Atkins, Merle Travis, Mose Rager & Doc Watson

    Titles include: Mose Rager: I Am a Pilgrim, Cannonball Rag. Chet Atkins: The Entertainer, Jerry’s Breakdown, Beatles Medley, Black Mountain Rag, This String, Rainbows, Kentucky & Until It’s Time For You To Go. Merle Travis: Travis Medley, Mutual Admiration, Mus’rat, Dapper Dan from Dixieland & Guitar Rag. Doc Watson: Freight Train Boogie, I Don’t Love Nobody, Windy And Warm, Streamline Train & Travellin’ Man.

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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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  • Various - Legends of Traditional Fingerstyle Guitar on DVD (DVD)


    Featuring: Merle Travis, Doc & Merle Watson, Elizabeth Cotten, Roscoe Holcomb, Josh White, Sam & Kirk McGee, Mance Lipscomb, Sonny Terry & Brownie McGhee, and Rev. Gary Davis

    Here’s something different and really worthwhile. It’s a collection of filmed and videotaped musical performances by some of America’s greatest fingerpicking guitarists. . . . This tape is a kinetic catalog of southern guitar picking, a musical entertainment, and a valuable learning tool for deciphering the techniques of some of the featured guitarists.”

    The Old Time Herald

    Traditional fingerstyle guitar is particular to its time and place, drawing heavily upon local cuture, but allowing for personal expression and innovation. Each of the artists presented here is a master of fingerstyle guitar, whether two- or three-finger picking. With rare exceptions, most were born around the turn of the century, or in its early years.”

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  • Atkins Chet & Jerry Reed - In Concert At The Bottom Line on June 22, 1992 DVD (DVD)


    Chet Atkins and Jerry Reed in concert together. What a treat!! These two masters of the guitar complemented each other so well that it is hard to imagine one without the other! Chet Atkins, the subdued quiet picker who thrilled at performing the fast, frantic instrumentals written by his energetic alter ego, Jerry Reed. Their careers intertwined for most of forty years. Chet, about 12 years the senior, had perfected his style by the time a young Jerry Reed was being inspired by Chet’s records. After getting a start in the music business in his native Georgia, Jerry moved to Nashville in the early 1960’s and quickly found work as a session guitarist and songwriter. He attracted the attention of Chet, who by then was an established record producer for RCA, and a prolific recording artist in his own right. Chet Mr. Guitar” Atkins recognized Jerry’s unique ability to write and perform intricate fingerstyle guitar instrumentals and quickly started recording Jerry’s tunes on his own albums.

    By 1967 Chet had signed Jerry Reed to RCA, and with Chet as producer, Jerry turned out hits like Guitar Man, The Claw and Amos Moses. Jerry’s LP, ”Explores Guitar Country” produced by Chet, set the stage for their collaboration on two LP’s in the 1970’s, ”Me and Jerry” (Grammy award winner), and ”Me and Chet” from which came great tunes like ”Jerry’s Breakdown” and their definitive version of ”Cannonball Rag.” Chet continued to feature Reed instrumentals on his albums, and Jerry continued to record and tour while finding time to act in such diverse films as ”Smokey and the Bandit” and ”The Waterboy.”

    Chet and Jerry were in the limelight as a duet again in 1992 with another Grammy award winning album, ”Sneakin’ Around.” That CD led to several show dates together, including this performance at the Bottom Line. The instrumentals that were shared by these two guitar giants will be played and studied as long as there are guitarists on this planet. Mark Pritcher (CAAS President)”

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  • Atkins Chet - Rare Performances 1955-1975 (DVD)


    Few names are as synonymous with the guitar as that of Chet Atkins. He set the standard by which generations of country fingerstyle guitarists have benn measured. But his influence transcends regions and genres. The sound of 20th century guitar would not be the same without the impact of this gentle genius who was at the height of his influence and creative powers when the performances presented in this video were captured.

    The much travelled Mr. Guitar” is seen playing in this video collection everywhere from Nashville to Norway. His signature Gretsch Tennesseean guitar, on which Chet made exquisitely effective use of its Bigsby vibrato bar, is heard in all its sweet, reverb-laden glory on many of these clips. But Chet, whose versitility embraces all styles of guitar, is also seen playing a classical model and a Martin dreadnaught. No matter what he plays, the sound produced becomes a distinct auditory fingerprint of the man known in Nashville as C.G.P. (Certified Guitar Player).

    The relaxed mastery evident in this video explains why Chet was honored in 1993 with a Lifetime Achievement Award Grammy: ”For his peerless fingerstyle guitar technique, his extensive creative legacy documented on more than one hundred albums, and his influential work on both sides of the recording console as a primary architect of the Nashville sound.”

    Titles include: Purina Show 1955: The Poor People of Paris, Side by Side, Makin’ Believe · Ozark Jubilee 1958: Villa, Say Si Si · Norway 1963: Levee Walking, Wildwood Flower, Yes Ma’am, Malaguena, Medley: Greensleeves/Streets of Laredo, Peanut Vendor, Tiger Rag · Norway (Nashville Cavalcade) 1973: Alhambra, Black Mountain Rag, Medley: The Three Bells/I Can’t Stop Loving You/Java/He’ll Have To Go/When You’re Hot You’re Hot/Oh Lonesome Me, Just Another Rag, Mr Bojangles, Missionera, Wheels · Porter Wagoner Show 1973: Muskrat Ramble · Pop Goes The Country 1975: Vincent

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  • Cash Johnny - The Man, His World, His Music (DVD)


    The producers of the documentary movie Johnny Cash: The Man, His World, His Music set out to fill 100 minutes of TV time by focusing on one of the leading lights of country music in the late 1960s. They were rewarded with a unique portrait of an artist who, by the time the documentary was screened, was arguably as famous and as popular as any singer in America. The film – first shown in Britain on cinema screens, rather than TV – was shot over slightly less than a year. The shooting covered the period between the mixing sessions for ’Land Of Israel’, a track from Cash’s spiritual LP The Holy Land, in the final weeks of 1968 to the Country Music Association awards ceremony in the early autumn of 1969. DVD Extras: *** Dolby Digital Stereo *** Audio Commentary *** Audio & Video Review

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