Journey to Jerusalem 1968 >

This color documentary chronicles the musical concert on Mount Scopus in Israel a mere three weeks after the Six Day War. Leonard Bernstein and Isaac Stern join the Yoi Yisrael Philharmonic Orchestra, the Israel Philharmonic, and the Tel Aviv Philharmonic Choir for stirring classical renditions by Mahler and Mendelssohn. The concert was recorded by Columbia records for release at a later date and accurately captured the live music in all its classic splendor. Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion sits proudly in the front row as the symphonies play to a capacity crowd. Scenes of the war, the Wailing Wall, schools and hospitals are also included as Bernstein and Stern tour the country and meet the people of Israel.

Pop Gear 1965 >

A compilation of proto-music videos featuring leading British rock bands of the 60s, including The Animals, The Spencer Davis Group, and Herman's Hermits.

King Crimson: Three of a Perfect Pair Live in Japan 1998 >

Track Listing: Three Of A Perfect Pair No Warning Larks' Tongues In Aspic Part III Thela Hun Ginjeet Frame By Frame Matte Kudasai Industry Dig Me Indiscipline Satori In Tangier Man With An Open Heart Waiting Man Sleepless Larks' Tongues In Aspic Part II Elephant Talk Heartbeat

Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers: High Grass Dogs - Live from the Fillmore 1999 >

Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers - High Grass Dogs: Live movie was released Nov 09, 1999 by the Warner Bros. studio. This 90 minute DVD video features 19 songs performed live at the Fillmore in March 1999 including Jammin' Me, Run nin Down A Dream, Breakdown, and much more. The first concert home video from Tom Petty & The Hearbreakers since 1992 Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers - High Grass Dogs: Live video. Its 19 songs, performed live at the Filmore in San Francisco, span the bands entire history from "Breakdown", to 1999's "Free Girl Now" Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers - High Grass Dogs: Live film.

Let's Go Native 1930 >

Dress designer Joan Wood, who's heavily in debt, has created costumes for a Broadway show that is exported to Argentina. With the money she wants to pay her debts, but there was a mistake: she is receiving the money in Buenos Aires, not in New York. Her friend Wally Wendell, whose grandfather does not approve of his relationship with her, wants him to marry a girl he hasn't seen for some years named Constance Cook, whose grandfather is the owner of a ship traveling to Buenos Aires and Constance

Band Waggon 1940 >

A plot involving spies in a haunted castle gives this team of celebrated British wireless comedians plenty of scope for laughs.

The Discontented Canary 1934 >

A canary is frustrated by being caged, particularly with a parrot taunting him when humans aren't watching. One day, he tricks the kind old lady that owns him into opening the window, and she also leaves the door to his cage open. Freedom! But it's not all it's cracked up to be; the other birds are either cuckoos (complete with Napoleon hat) or shun him, the rain comes and there's no shelter, and a cat is skulking around. After a series of narrow escapes, the canary is more than happy to dash home to the nice warm fire.

One Way Ticket 1960 >

Masahiro Shinoda's debut film portrays the romantic lives of a group of young night club entertainers.

The Universal Mind of Bill Evans 1966 >

Jazz Pianist on the Creative Process & Self-Teaching. Here is the late, brilliantly original jazz pianist in intense conversation with his composer brother, Harry, on the nature of creativity in jazz. Occasionally, they stroll to the piano for a musical illustration (Evans play splendidly).

The Legend of Purple Hairpin 1959 >

An adaptation of Tong Tik-sang's now-legendary Cantonese Opera piece, the film features divas Yam Kim-fai and Pak Suet-sin (left with Yam), who play the story's lead lovers, and Lan Chi Pak, the sinister official who tries to break up the relationship. Leung Sing-po plays the pair's friend as well as the mysterious 'man in yellow' who exposes plans to separate the couple.

Uncle Tupelo: The Last Leg of the Andodyne Tour 1994 >

The great alt-country band Uncle Tupelo played its last concert on May 1, 1994, at Mississippi Nights in St. Louis, Missouri. By the time of this show, Jeff Tweedy and Jay Farrar were already not getting along well. Soon after the performance, they would both go on to create other bands, with Farrar founding Son Volt and Tweedy forming Wilco, but on that night in May 1994, there was one last grasp at combined harmony and greatness. In the video below, Tweedy and Farrar trade off on the lead vocals, with drummer Mike Heindon joining the band on the final song of the set, “Looking for a Way Out,” and also singing on the encore with Brian Henneman and the Bottle Rockets on Lynyrd Skynyrd’s “Gimme Three Steps.”