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  • Franklin Aretha - The Legendary Concertgebouw 1968 (DVD)


    Unique footage ! Never release before.

  • Night James Brown Saved Boston-0

    Brown James - Night James Brown Saved Boston (DVD)


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  • T-A-M-I Show: Teenage Awards Music International (Collectors Edition)-0

    Various - T-A-M-I Show: Teenage Awards Music International (Collectors Edition) (DVD)


    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.

  • Soul of America-0

    Bradley Charles - Soul of America (DVD)


    Documentary about former James Brown impersonator turned critically acclaimed soul singer Charles Bradley. Not finding success until the age of 62, Charles has come a long way through many trials and tribulations towards a successful music career. Film-maker Poull Brien follows the singer in the weeks leading up to the release of his debut album and learns what it is that made this man unwilling to let go of his dreams.

  • I Got The Feelin`-In the 60`s 3DVD Boxset-0

    Brown James - I Got The Feelin`-In the 60`s 3DVD Boxset (DVD)


    Product Description

    I Got the Feelin’: James Brown in the ’60s is the definitive look at JB’s on-stage prowess, including an acclaimed documentary, two previously unreleased concerts, and more. With full-length versions of many classics, includingI Feel Good,” ”Out Of Sight,” ”Cold Sweat,” ”Try Me,” ”I Got The Feelin’,” ”It’s A Man’s Man’s Man’s World,” ”Bewildered,” and ”Please, Please, Please,” I Got the Feelin’: James Brown in the ’60s is an essential part of any music lover’s collection.


    Features the director’s cut of the acclaimed VH1 film The Night James Brown Saved Boston, which tells the story of a 1968 concert that not only averted riots in Boston in the aftermath of MLK’s assassination, but also set James Brown on a revolutionary new path. Includes additional interviews with members of James Brown’s band, friends and colleagues, plus a panel discussion from the film’s premiere in Boston.


    Features the historic 1968 Boston Garden concert as originally broadcast by WGBH. Contains additional audio from the radio simulcast of the concert.


    Features Man to Man: James Brown Live at The Apollo Theater 1968, a TV special taped the week before the Boston show and unseen for 40 years! Plus bonus performances from 1967 and 1968 shows at L’Olympia in Paris, AND the legendary version of ”Out of Sight” from The T.A.M.I. Show (1964).”

  • Dreams To Remember-0

    Redding Otis - Dreams To Remember (DVD)


    Hieno dokumentti.

  • Soul Survival-0

    Brown James - Soul Survival (DVD)


    Genre: Biography, Music History, Vocal Music

    Theatrical Date: 2003

    Original Language: English

    Run Time: 90  Minutes

    aka: James Brown: Soul Survivor

    Studio: Polydor / PGD

    James Brown: Soul Survivor spans more than four decades of the one and only Godfather of Soul, documenting the rise and fall of the hardest working man in show business.” Through archival footage, excerpts read from his biography, and interviews with the people closest to the man, you get an inside look at the music and political times which helped shape Brown’s career through the ages. Various friends lending thoughts in the program include the Rev. Al Sharpton, rapper Chuck D, Little Richard, and former long-time musical director Fred Wesley. Performances include segments from a House of Blues gig along with rare, behind-the-scenes rehearsal footage of the maestro at work. Originally aired as part of the American Masters television documentary series, this 90-minute special was later released on DVD under the Polydor label. ~ Jeremy Wheeler, All Movie Guide”