Kylie Minogue: Body Language Live 2004

Body Language Live is the DVD recording of Kylie Minogue's promotional concert Money Can't Buy. Minogue performed tracks from her ninth studio album, Body Language, alongside her biggest hits.

Kenny Rogers: Live By Request

Kenny Rogers Live by Request review Adult contemporary and country music superstar Kenny Rogers delivers this rare live performance presented by Arts & Entertainment network. Kenny Rogers Live by Request DVD features classic hits such as "Islands In The Stream," "She Believes In Me," "The Gambler," and "Lady" are performed by Rogers with precise perfection.

John Digweed: Structures 2010

DVD Includes 'Eye Of The Storm' - Documentary by Pablo Casacubert 'John Digweed - Live at the Vagabond'. Recorded at the Bedrock/Creations Party at Vagabond Miami 27th March 2010 Slideshow Documentary Slideshow Vagabond slideshow Bedrock Artwork Slideshow

Happy Mondays: Party At G-Mex 25.3.90 1990

Brilliant vhs video from the legendary group, The Happy Mondays includes to hits includes: 'rave On', 'step On', 'tart Tart', 'god's Cop', 'do It Better' and 'wrote For Luck', Plus more

Mike Oldfield: Live at Montreux, 1981 1981

Despite the enormous success of his 1973 debut album TUBULAR BELLS, Mike Oldfield's first concert tour wasn't until 1979. His second, the European Adventure Tour in 1981, stopped in Switzerland for the Montreux Jazz Festival. The show sold out, the crowd was alive, and the atmosphere was electric!

Whispering Hope 2000

Gaither Gospel Series: Filmed at Whitewell Metropolitan Tabernacle in Belfast, North Ireland

Anouk - Close Up 2004

Live recordings for the popular Dutch rock vocalist Anouk recorded in 2004, featuring live footage (10 tracks) recorded in Belgium, Switzerland, & Holland. Tracklist includes Nobody's Wife, Sacrifice, R U Kiddin Me and more.

Blind Eye Sees All 1986

Blind Eye Sees All is a concert video by Butthole Surfers, which was released on VHS tape in 1985 through Touch and Go Video. The bulk of the video features performances from two concerts at Traxx in Detroit, MI in February and March, 1985, woven between rambling interviews with the band relaxing in bed. Also included is footage from an early concert of the band with a fully nude Gibby Haynes.

Pulp: Reading 2011

"Do you remember the first time?" asks the big screen on the main stage, just before Pulp arrive. Many up the front were but a twinkle when Sheffield's finest debuted Common People here, back on this day in 1994 – "Who was here?" questions Jarvis. "Who was born?" Not that it appears to dampen anyone's ardour – and who can blame them, because this is an imperious set, ranging from a perfect F.E.E.L.I.N.G C.A.L.L.E.D L.O.V.E to a glorious Misshapes, its line about "The future that they've got mapped out/ Is nothing left to shout about" sounding more contemporary than ever. Jarvis jumps from towering speaker cabinets, lies horizontal for some athletic hip-thrusting during a torrid This Is Hardcore, and dedicates Joyriders to "the rioters", quipping "they weren't rioting, they were just playing Grand Theft Auto outdoors". Honestly, it's hard to imagine how their reformation could have been handled any better.

1989: The Summer of Rave 1996

In the final days of the yuppie decade, the summer of ’89 saw a new type of youth rebellion rip through the cultural landscape, with thousands of young people dancing at illegal Acid House parties in fields and aircraft hangars around the M25. Set against the backdrop of ten years of Thatcherism, it was a benign form of revolution, dubbed the Second Summer of Love – all the ravers wanted was the freedom to party… The rave scene, along with the drug Ecstasy, broke down social barriers and even football hooligans were ‘loved up’, solving a problem the government had never managed to crack. But lurid tabloid headlines and cat-and-mouse games with the police eventually turned the dream sour, as the gangster element moved in at the end of the summer.

Bush: 1994 to 1999: Live 2002

This compilation includes videos for the following tracks: "Everything Zen," "Little Things," "Comedown," "Glycerine," "Machinehead," "Swallowed," "Greedy Fly," "Warm Machine," "The Chemicals Between Us" and "Letting the Cables Sleep." The video also features the group's complete performance at the Woodstock '99 concert and extras, including a making-of featurette and excerpts from Alleys and Motorways.

Paolo Nutini - T in the Park 2010

Currently in the middle of a European tour, Paolo returns to Scotland to delight the home crowd on July 10, 2010. The 24-year-old Paisley boy has enjoyed fantastic success with last year's number one album Sunny Side Up and will be bringing his collection of soulful melodies and up-tempo beats to Balado. If this year's performance is anything like as exciting as that of 2009, Paolo will enjoy another raucous welcome from the T audience.

Cruel Summer 2012

A car thief (Kid Cudi) falls in love with a blind Arabian princess whose father allows them to marry under the terms he can help her see.

Sweet Love, Bitter 1967

A loose fictitious of Charlie Parker's last years and a portrait of the jazz scene in 1960's New York.

Atomic Kitten - Live at Wembley 2004

Set List: 1. Be With You / 2. It's OK! / 3. Don't Go Breaking My Heart / 4. Somebody Like You / 5. Love Doesn't Have to Hurt / 6. If You Come to Me 7. The Last Goodbye / 8. I Won't Be There / 9. Nothing in the World / 10. Right Now / 11. Lovin' You / 12. Always Be My Baby / 13. Everything Goes Round / 14. Eternal Flame / 15. Someone Like Me / 16. Believer / 17. Feels So Good / Holiday / 18. Whole Again / 19. The Tide is High (Get the Feeling) / 20. Ladies Night Videos: 1. Right Now / 2. See Ya / 3. I Want Your Love / 4. Follow Me / 5. Whole Again / 6. Eternal Flame / 7. You Are / 8. It's OK! / 9. The Tide is High (Get the Feeling) / 10. The Last Goodbye / 11. Be With You / 12. Love Doesn't Have to Hurt / 13. If You Come to Me / 14. Ladies Night / 15. Right Now 2004 / 16. Somebody Like Me / 17. Whole Again (Original Version) / 18. Cradle