Music for Hangovers is a live album and DVD by the rock band Cheap Trick. The album is a compilation from the band's four nights at The Metro in Chicago, Illinois in 1998. On each of the four nights, Cheap Trick played one of their first four albums in their entirety to open the show, coinciding with the reissues of the albums. Track listing "Oh Claire" "Surrender" "Hot Love" "I Can't Take It" "I Want You To Want Me" "Taxman, Mr. Thief" "Mandocello" "Oh Caroline" "How Are You?" "If You Want My Love" "Dream Police" "So Good To See You" "The Ballad of T.V. Violence" "Gonna Raise Hell"
Mike’s drum-cam footage from Dream Theater's Systematic Chaos recording sessions. Audio Options include: - Full Band - Isolated Drums. Features an extended blooper reel.
Mike's Drum-cam footage from Dream Theaters Train of Thought recording sessions. Audio Options include: - Full Band - Studio - Audio Commentary with Mike. Includes all tracks from Train of Thought (with the exception of "Vacant") in their entirety.
Mike’s drum-cam footage from the historic "Live At Budokan" Dream Theater show filmed on April 26th 2004. Audio Options include: Full Band; Isolated Drums and an Audio Commentary with Mike.
The setting is a farm. Kate Smith and Sally Blane play sisters; assorted relatives live with the sisters, but everyone at home, and in the whole town, depends on Kate to hold everything together. The power company wants to build a dam which will require flooding many of the farms; Kate is holding out; if Kate sells, everyone else will sell; if Kate refuses, the rest of the town will refuse as well. Randolph Scott meets Kate's beautiful sister, Sally Blane, at a dance. Randolph Scott, as it turns out, is an agent for the power company. Kate thinks he's just using Sally; Sally believes that he truly likes her. Randolph comes to the farm and appears to woo Kate. Kate remains unconvinced about selling out, but falls for Randolph.
Joan Wingate's wealthy father doesn't want his daughter to go into show business. As they vacation in the west she gets a job with Dan Tyler's show and uses Wingate money to keep him afloat. Sandwiched in between the numerous musical numbers they try to keep her father away from the show. But he eventually finds out and decides they will return east
Gus, the trusty family retainer, has hopes of riding his boss' horse, Big Boy, to victory at the Kentucky Derby.
Das Lied ist Aus (The Song Is Ended) is a typical early-talkie German musical in every respect, save one. The story, concerning the lives and loves of show folk, ends unhappily -- and surprisingly so. The doleful denouement didn't seem to have much effect on the film's box-office appeal, since Das Lied ist Aus proved a major moneymaker.
Oswald is riding on a camel; he defeats an attacking lion, using the camel's humps as cannonballs. In Cairo, he meets a queen and sings her his theme song; the sphinx and a couple pyramids join in, but the king isn't as happy.
Oswald the Rabbit puts on a concert for a group of barn animals - but when they discover that he's miming to a record of his idol...
This Screen Song version of Paul Dresser's ballad is given a very soapy interpretation by a basso and then a barbershop group.
When a shipping clerk is recruited by his employer to help his golf game, his boss insists he conceal his humble identity at the country club. Robert Montgomery plays Jack Kelly, a shipping clerk who gives the boss tips on the links while romancing his daughter (Dorothy Jordan) in this fluffy, addition to what must be one of the most obscure of all movie subgenres: The Golf Musical!
Summoned to Shadow Ranch by his friend Ranny Williams, Sim Baldwin arrives to find Ranny has been ambushed and murdered. Sim learns ranch owner Ruth Cameron is under pressure to sell out to Dan Blake, as the dam on the ranch controls the town's water supply. Vowing to avenge his old friend's death, Sim takes up Ruth's fight and incurs Blake's hostility.
A drunk mouse dances out of a newspaper office and posts leaflets advertising a Hot Time.
Indestructible in Germany is a live DVD by American rock band Disturbed. The DVD contains six live tracks from Disturbed's performance at Rock Am Ring in Nürburgring, Germany, recorded on June 7, 2008. Set List: 1. Perfect Insanity 2. Liberate 3. Stupify 4. Ten Thousand Fists 5. The Game 6. Down with the Sickness
Filmed at the Marillion Weekend, Holland 2011. Friday night saw the band performing their classic 1991 album "Holidays In Eden", Saturday night dubbed "A-Z" with the band playing an alphabetical set, and Sunday night dubbed "The Glow Must Go On", where the audience (armed with glow sticks) would decide what the band would play next given a choice between any two songs.
A barber shop owner wins a sweepstake. He remodels his shop and hires Claude Hopkins and his orchestra to play for his customers. Two songs are sung, and the Four Step Brothers tap dance in the closing number.
At the leading edge of the New Wave of British Heavy Metal were Saxon. Join Biff Byford and the boys as they power their way through a set of classic moments to produce a unique film of the best of Saxon live. Originally released as "Greatest Hits Live!" on VHS in 1990, this has been reissued in various forms since.
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.
An evil spider kidnaps a housefly from a cabaret and takes her to his secret lab.