In a mischievous, musical adventure, an adorable orphan named Annie escapes a run- down orphanage and the dastardly Miss Hannigan and charms the pants off of big- hearted billionaire Oliver Warbucks.
This incredibly rare concert has only ever been released in Japan, making this collection a must-have for Sinatra fans. Entering his 70th year, Ol' Blue Eyes never sounded better.
Filmed in front of a live audience on a soundstage in Hollywood, but with the feel of an intimate concert, this "comeback" special proves the Chairman hadn't lost a step.
Princess Grace of Monaco introduces Sinatra to the adoring crowd in this London concert, which was filmed on the eve of the Chairman's temporary retirement.
The first-ever Sinatra television special, this 1965 performance showcases the Chairman in peak form.
A truly memorable television event, the third annual special finds Frank joined by the dazzling Ella Fitzgerald in an historic pairing of the two preeminent vocal talents of the era.
Though it was taped 16 years after the first A Man And His Music special, this final installment continues to uphold the high standards of the series, thanks in no small part to the accompaniment of the legendary Count Basie and his orchestra.
Roger Chapman shot to fame as lead singer/songwriter of Family in the late 60's/early 70's. This film features Roger in concert with his band, Short List, at a sold out Newcastle Opera House during the opening leg of his 2002 UK tour.
This concert was filmed in early 2005 at Vienna's famous jazz club "Porgy & Bess," and features Rufus Reid on bass accompanied by Fritz Pauer on piano and John Hollenbeck on drums. Interwoven with the footage are insightful artist interviews.
Compilation of 20 tracks including: 'Let Your Love Flow' - The Bellamy Brothers, 'Big Boss Man' - Charlie Rich and 'Womanhood' - Tammy Wynnette, TG Sheppard - I Loved 'Em Everyone, Tanya Tucker - Delta Dawn, Charlie Rich - Big Boss Man, Boxcar Willie - Cold Cold Heart, Jean C Riley - Harper Valley PTA, Merle Haggard - Fulsom Prison Blues and more
In the tradition of YULE LOG comes NATIVITY SET! Five unique Nativity Sets are on display here set to your favorite all-time Christmas songs. Why just listen to the music when you can view these beautiful sets at the same time? NATIVITY SET is great for parties, kids, family get-togethers, dates, relaxing evenings and even Christmas Eve & Day!
WAVE TWISTERS--The Movie (WTM) is an eye-popping, hip-hop-meets-Hanna-Barbera, animated adventure synched skratch for skratch with DJ QBert's turntable masterpiece of the same name.
This 1987 performance features Long John Baldry with his band consisting of Kathi McDonald (Vocals), Joseph Ingraio (keyboards), Papa John King (guitar), David Norris-Elye (saxophone), George Sweetnam (bass), and David Hutcherson (drums). In 1961, Alexis Korner and Cyril Davis formed Blues Incorporated and invited Long John Baldry to join them. Two other faces from that legendary line-up were Mick Jagger and Charlie Watts. Through four decades of living, breathing and above all, playing Blues, R&B and Rock & Roll, Long John Baldry established himself as a legend. He was a testament to his genre. Immensely respected by all the great names in British R&B and even the pop scene, he loved his music and loved performing. This DVD brilliantly documents his precious ability.
Ben Sidran presents the classic rhythm & blues performances of the 1980s with his personal insight into each song. Features performances by Baby Doo Caston, John Lee Hooker, John Mayall, Nick Gravenites, Long John Baldry and John Sebastian.
Claudia Brucken performs live at the Scala, London aided by host of special guests, including Andy Bell (Erasure), Glenn Gregory & Martyn Ware (Heaven 17), Susanne Freytag & Ralf Dorper (Propaganda) and Andrew Poppy.