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Various - T-A-M-I Show: Teenage Awards Music International (Collectors Edition) (DVD)€20,00
Hailed by one music reviewer as ”the grooviest, wildest, slickest hit ever to pound the screen,” ”The T.A.M.I. Show” is an unrelenting rock spectacular starring some of the greatest pop performers of the 60s. These top recording idols – representing the musical moods of London, Liverpool, Hollywood and Detroit – packed the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium with 2,600 screaming fans and virtually brought down the house. This is the cinematic record of that electrifying event.
Small Faces - All Or Nothing 1965-1968 (DVD)€10,00
Despite a relatively short career of just 4 years from 1965 to 1969, Small Faces stand as one of the most influential British groups of the sixties. They produced a string of hugely successful singles from their debut Whatcha Gonna Do About It through to The Universal and one of the truly classic psychedelia albums Ogden s Nut Gone Flake . This retrospective programme combines full length performances with archive interviews with the late Steve Marriott and Ronnie Lane and new interviews with Ian McLagan and Kenney Jones plus short lived original member Jimmy Winston to tell the full story of this extraordinary band.
Movie - Telstar (DVD)€15,00
Set against a backdrop of early 60’s London, Telstar is the story of the world’s first independent record producer, Joe Meek. A maverick genius who enjoyed phenomenal early success with Telstar – the biggest selling record of its time – before bad luck, depression, heartbreak and paranoia forced him into murder and suicide. A gay, amphetamine addicted, talented but deeply troubled soul, Meek dabbled in the occult. He is already an iconic figure in the world of British pop. Far from being a maudlin tale, this stranger than fiction true story is a satirical comic drama revealing the many sides of Joe Meek, a man who is now revered as a pioneer in the field of popular music.
TELSTAR tells the true story of one man’s pioneering efforts in the world of popular music, and his tragic downfall. Record producer and song-writing impresario Joe Meek is renowned for breaking UK artists in the American market. His biggest success came in 1962 with The Tornados’ hit ’Telstar’ which topped the charts on both sides of the Atlantic. This was the first time a British band had reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100 and catapulted Meek to industry-wide recognition. Meek was notable not only for his commercial triumphs, but also for his technical wizardry inside the recording studio. Despite possessing no actual musical ability, he revolutionised the way sound engineers made records by introducing innovative new techniques to the process. However, the success Meek enjoyed was short-lived and tainted by a catalogue of personal scandals. A drug-addicted, flamboyantly gay man (at a time when homosexuality was prohibited in the UK) with mounting debts and a fascination with the occult, Meek’s frustration led him to commit murder and, finally, suicide.
Director Nick Moran brings James Hicks’ play TELSTAR to the big screen with actor Con O’Neill in the lead role and Kevin Spacey co-starring as Meek’s business advisor, Major Banks.
Various - The T.A.M.I. Show (Collector’s Edition) (DVD)€22,00
WOW!!! VIHDOINKIN DVD:NÄ! KATSO YOUTUBE LINKKI! TÄÄ RULAA! Justifiably legendary among fans of vintage rock & roll, The T.A.M.I. Show is one of the first (and still one of the best) examples of a music movie that gets it almost exactly right.
Various - Voodoo Rhythm ”The Gospel Of Primitive Rock`n`Roll”DVD (DVD)€15,00
VOODOO RHYTHM – The Gospel Of Primitive Rock ’n’ Roll”, a documentary about the illustrious Swiss Label VOODOO RHYTHM RECORDS features interviews, rare live footage,and private cuts with label boss Rev. Beat-Man and the bands around him: The Dead Brothers, The Monsters, King Khan, DM Bob, The Watzloves, Zeno Tornado & The Boney Google Brothers, The Come ’n Go, and Dink Winkerton, with a special appearance by The Velvet Hammer Burlesque. This movie tries to find the fine line between the self titled music styles of the label such as: SwampBlues, GarageTrash, XXXCUNTRY, CajunZydecoPunk, BluesTrash, VoodooSoul and PsychoSlavicCountry’n’Eastern and the musicians who make it. The director Marc Littler (South African/Canadian/German) finds the connection between these different bands and styles and finds there is a method to the madness at the Voodoo Rhythm empire”
Various - Deke’s Guitar Geek Festival 2005 DVD (DVD)€20,00
41 SONGS and 2 HOURS OF GUITAR GEEK MADNESS! If you thought the first Guitar Geek Festival DVD was incredible, you won’t believe your eyes at the GUITAR GEEK FESTIVAL DVD #2!!! Nonstop entertainment from all the acts that performed, including Dave Bunker, Del Casher, Jeremy Wakefield, Brian Lonbeck, Big Sandy and T.K. Smith with the Fly-Rite Trio, Deke Dickerson, and Nokie Edwards of the Ventures, with special guest star Dick Dale! There is literally too much entertainment to describe it all here… But there are forty-one songs, so prepare to GEEK!
Various - Nothin` But Trash (DVD)€22,00
This DVD compilation covers nearly twenty years of Garage Punk and Sixties Style rock, AKA Trash and showcases some of the legendary characters that have emerged on the scene. Never anything less than inventive, Nothin But Trash” shows exactly why this debauched tradition survives to this very day – It’s bloody good fun.
From cult heroes The Gun Club and Link Wray to more recent contenders to the throne Saturn V and Empress of Fur, its no frills and big thrills all they way as we visit the seediest venues in the UK and spend time at 2003’s Wild Weekend in Benidorm, Spain. A mixture of live and promo footage showcases one of most thriving genres of underground music history and present.”
Movie (Feat. Fabian, Shelly Fabares, Tab Hunter...) - Ride The Wild Surf (DVD)€20,00
Genre: Beach Film, Romantic Comedy, Teen Movie
Theatrical Date: 1964
Original Language: English
Run Time: 101 Minutes
aka: Ride the Wild Surf
Flags: Suitable for Children
Studio: Columbia Tristar
Fabian, Tab Hunter, and Peter Brown star as three surfers–Jody, Steamer and Chase–who make a pilgrimage from California to the north shore of Oahu for a vacation. Surfers from all over gather here every winter to compete with each other for the title of the last ride” champion. While surfing the gigantic waves of the Pacific, the three young men each find romance with attractive young ladies (Shelley Fabares, Susan Hart, and Barbara Eden). Ride the Wild Surf features extensive surf footage of the Hawaiian Islands by cinematographer Joseph Biroc. Biroc was credited for a total of five feature productions in 1964. ~ Kristie Hassen, All Movie Guide”
Childish Billy (Milkshakes) - The Genius Of… DVD (DVD)€22,00
The Genius Of Billy Childish ” features Billy leading two of his longer lasting musical projects, ”Thee Headcoats” and ”Thee Milkshakes” through sets which perfectly display the lo-fi garage rock that Billy has made his musical trademark. Full of charm and raw energy, the sets show just why Billy is loved by his army of followers Thee Headcoats . THE HEADCOATES- Biisit 1-20 , Biisit 21-32 THEE MILKSHAKES-LIVE 1984″
Movie - Beach Party (1964) (DVD)€18,00
Pop star Frankie Avalon and former Mouseketeer Annette Funicello inaugurated the beach movie proper (after Gidget tested the waters) with this celebration of surf, sand, rock & roll music, and, of course, sex. Frankie carries Annette (named Doris in the film) over the threshold of a beach cabin as she whispers It’s just like we’re married.” ”Exactly!” he smiles before tripping over a dozen friends camping out on the floor. Well, not quite, as it turns out in the boys-against-girls contest of one-upmanship and jealous tantrums. Frankie woos the pneumatic Scandinavian Eva Six and Annette flirts with frumpy anthropologist Bob Cummings (wearing a beard that would scare Grizzly Adams). Meanwhile he secretly studies the mating rituals of the beach tribe with his eternally frustrated assistant Dorothy Malone. Harvey Lembeck (from Stalag 17) is the aging juvenile delinquent Eric von Zipper, a spastic motorcycle gang leader, while Morey Amsterdam recites silly beat poetry in a Chinese mask and surf rocker Dick Dale plays bongos and wears a gold earring. Look for bit parts by Beach Boy Brian Wilson (as a surfer) and Peter Falk (as a biker) and a cameo by Vincent Price. This first beach romp is about as sophisticated as a Keystone Kops farce (it ends with a slapstick free-for-all that wouldn’t be out place in the silent era), but it’s dumb, fluffy fun with lots of hunky boys and pretty bikinied girls shaking their booties and making out. –Sean Axmaker
Movie Double feature - Muscle Beach Party (1964)/ Ski Party (1965) (DVD)€20,00
Screen Formats: WSE
DVD Sides: 2
Run Time: 190 Minutes
Features: Side A & Side B: Original theatrical trailer English: Mono English, French & Spanish language subtitles Widescreen
Starring: Frankie Avalon, Annette Funicello, Luciana Paluzzi, John Ashley
The Beach Party Gang meets a coterie of muscle-men who try to take over their spot on the beach in Muscle Beach Party. Surfing sensations Frankie (Frankie Avalon) and Dee Dee (Annette Funicello) have their security threatened when Flex Martian (Rock Stevens) and a collection of well-oiled weight-lifters invade their turf. While tensions heat up on the beach, wealthy contessa Julie (Luciana Paluzzi) arranges for her business manager S.Z. Matts (Buddy Hackett) to entice Flex into becoming the latest in her long line of boyfriends. Julie’s feelings change when she meets Frankie, who, honored by Julie’s amorous attentions, returns her affections, causing a rift not only between Dee Dee and himself, but a further collapse in relations between the surfers and the body-builders, which is assuaged only by the music of Dick Dale and the Del Tones and Little Stevie Wonder. ~ Paul Brenner, All Movie Guide
Beach Boys - Lost Concert (DVD)€11,00
Clocking in at a mere 22 minutes, this long-lost concert video goes by much too quickly, but fans of the Beach Boys will be delighted with the quality of the digitally mastered picture and sound, making this a worthwhile addition to any Beach Boys collection. The boys were taped live on March 14, 1964 as part of a concert that also included the Beatles and Lesley Gore. After the performances were aired on closed-circuit TV to theaters packed with screaming fans, the Beach Boys segment remained virtually unseen until it was rediscovered in 1998.
Cutaway shots provide a wonderful glimpse of what teen audiences were like during the heyday of the surfin’ craze (plenty of Gidget hairdos, and a few parents in the crowd, marveling at the frenzy of it all), but it’s the music that counts here, and clearly the boys were having a pretty good day. Most of the early hits are played here (Fun, Fun, Fun,” ”Little Deuce Coupe,” ”In My Room”), and while lead vocalist Mike Love hams it up, it’s fascinating to witness early indications that bandleader Brian Wilson was growing tired of live performance. He revs it up for a wacky cover of ”Papa Oom Mow-Mow,” though, and that makes this video a time-capsule treasure, showing the Beach Boys in their prime before Wilson retreated completely into the sanctuary of the studio. –Jeff Shannon