A tiny man watch while toddlers go to the potty. Includes songs like "Super Duper Pooper".
A woman pours milk from a plastic container into her mouth, swallowing it, dribbling it back at the container, then spitting it out to create an 'action painting' against a backdrop.
The film depicts a 'super roadie' who fights evil orange jumpsuit-wearing bouncers stopping a rock and roll crowd from having a good time. He then falls foul of an evil wench who seduces and cuts his hair in order to take away his strength.
The Lee Thompson Ska Orchestra play a set live from the West Holts Stage at Glastonbury 2014
1. Only Good News 2. Common Man 3. Building a Boat 4. Luck o' the Irish 5. Whiskey on the Fire 6. Please Come Home 7. Wanderin' Life and Times 8. Seven Years 9. Appalachian Paddy 10. Station #9
Using a 1945 Charlie Parker song, American indie animator, George Griffin greets us with a dizzying dance of torn Pop Art images. Shreds of consumer culture flash before us, swayed and absorbed by the tempo and power of Parker's horn.
Outlaw, cannibal rock stars run for their lives from a posse of bounty killers.
Bleachers unplug for an acoustic set of hits like “Don't Take the Money” featuring Lorde and “I Wanna Get Better” at The Stone Pony in Asbury Park, New Jersey.
Debuting on Broadway in 1980, Tintypes is a musical review featuring songs from the early twentieth century providing the audience with a look into that turbulent time in American history. Nominated for three Tony Awards, and winner of several Obie Awards, this production stars Carolyn Mignini, Lynne Thigpen, Trey Wilson, Mary Catherine Wright, and Jerry Zaks.
Documentary exploring the truth behind the legend of John Lennon.
A short film made in 1984 by the band New Order which sees them interview the personnel behind their record label Factory, including Tony Wilson, Martin Hannett, Rob Gretton, Alan Erasmus, and Peter Saville amongst others. It also includes three live performances of New Order at the Haçienda.
The passengers are search their placements on the flight of life or death. Grotesque and wildly exaggerated flight attendants help out and give safety instructions. The publisher and his friend is already seated. A child rocks on a plastic stool. Suicide is painless. Perhaps even a relief. Fasten your seatbelts. Recording of the stage version.
Organized by Paul McCartney and the United Nations, these concerts were in response to the 1975-79 Khmer Rouge’s reign, where three million persons perished in Cambodia. During the concerts, McCartney brought three generations of popular musicians together. The older generation included McCartney and the Wings, The Who and members of Procol Harum. The middle generation was represented by Queen and members of Led Zeppelin. Most notably, there was the new generation of mainly New Wavers and Punk Rockers, such as The Pretenders, Elvis Costello and The Attractions, Ian Dury and the Blockheads, The Clash, and The Specials.
Emmylou Harris and The Hot Band Perform for West German TV in 1977.
This show at the University of London Union was the drunken culmination of six weeks of touring Europe from April to May, 1992. Even our faithful crew abandoned us into the stagediving frenzy of the throbbing throng of punters that packed ULU that night. The performance is followed by an embarrassing pre-show interview in which we try not to bare our souls. English beer, plenty of sweat and all the hits - what more could you ask for?