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video 10:17 Steve Earle- 'Ellis Unit One' As Performed Live On CMT's 'Unplugged At Studio 330' In 2001- In Addition: Steve Relates A Jesse Helms Cautionary Tale Plus His Account Of The Execution Of Friend Jonathon Wayne Nobles.

Steve Earle- 'Ellis Unit One' As Performed...

There is a distinguished nobility that certain artists conduct. Woody Guthrie devoted his life toward relating that which was often neglected in this Country. In my estimation, Mr. Earle is the second coming of that devout life form. Whether you agree with him or not, he simply cannot be dismissed

Posted by Rich Buckland, 07/24/2012 07:28 AM

video 06:51 Steve Earle With The Delano Floyd McCoury Band- 'Hometown Blues' Plus Great Storytelling As Televised On CMT's 'Unplugged At Studio 330' In 2001- It Gets No Better Then This!

Steve Earle With The Delano Floyd McCoury ...

The enigmatic brilliance of Mr. Earle has passed the time test and beyond. What can possibly be said of an artist who hitch hikes to Lawrence, KS to visit William S. Burroughs after a tough tour and during a divorce? Steve details this in his prologue to a piece of musical joy, regret and insight.

Posted by Rich Buckland, 07/22/2012 10:01 AM

video 08:53 Marlon Brando- An Actor Named Brando- A Short Film About "A Streetcar Named Desire' Featuring Outtakes and Reflections With Elia Kazan, Kim Hunter and Karl Malden!

Marlon Brando- An Actor Named Brando- A Sh...

Tenessee Williams and Elia Kazan’s ‘Streetcar’ is still one of the most emphatic and devout screen compositions of the last 60 years. Wonderful recollections are embraced as we witness Brando at the peak of his powers. Karl Malden assists in this compelling tribute to a man and his triumph.

Posted by Rich Buckland, 07/19/2012 04:34 PM

video 19:15 The Beatles Sing For Shell Oil!  Taped: Wednesday June 17,1964- Aired: Wednesday July 1, 1964 - From Melbourne, Australia

The Beatles Sing For Shell Oil! Taped: We...

1964: Vietnam had yet to attain front burner status and few marches dealt with Middle East affiliations that noted a U.S propensity for High Test. Back then oil was simply the stuff that assisted acne, was required in our vehicles and kept the house warm. At least this was not ‘The Beatles For BP’.

Posted by Rich Buckland, 07/15/2012 06:54 AM

video 04:43 Phil Ochs-'Here's To The State Of Richard Nixon'- Filmed Live At The John Sinclair Rally- Dec. 10, 1971

Phil Ochs-'Here's To The State Of Richard ...

Phil David Ochs. Poet, Patriot, Father, Husband, Brother, Believer. If you know of his life and work there is little I can add to such eloquence and the inherent tragedy of his early departure. What I can say is thanks to a voice always amazingly relevant within our artistic and political tapestry.

Posted by Rich Buckland, 07/07/2012 02:39 AM

audio 24:55 Lenny Bruce- 'The Lie'- 25 Unedited Minutes From San Francisco, '61- 'The Curran Theater Concert'- Some Portions Heard Only On Out Of Print Box Sets!

Lenny Bruce- 'The Lie'- 25 Unedited Minute...

Critic Ralph J. Gleason cited that this Aug, ‘61 gig was ‘Lenny’s most important public performance’. It’s not difficult to hear why. He had been relegated to ‘dangerous’ status by Police and then club owners. He was just a true philosopher. As Dylan recited, ‘he was the brother you never had’. Amen

Posted by Rich Buckland, 06/25/2012 12:25 PM

video 23:39 Otis Redding- The Beat!!!- The 26th and Final Episode of This Superb Soul TV Program From Dallas, Tex, 1966-  With Garnet Mimms, Percy Sledge, Patti Labelle, Sam and Dave & More- Hosted By Otis Redding

Otis Redding- The Beat!!!- The 26th and Fi...

During the 60’s British invasion, a problematic issue of U.S artists struggling to compete evolved. The first true casualty was the sound of Soul which had just started to attain the mainstream recognition that it desereved. For only 26 episodes Bill Allen hosted the best local program of the 60’s.

Posted by Rich Buckland, 06/24/2012 10:07 AM

video 04:47 Frank Sinatra-The Unseen Westchester Premier Theater Performance Of  'It Was A Very Good Year'- 1977- From Frank's Legendary 'September Of My Years' Album

Frank Sinatra-The Unseen Westchester Premi...

Sinatra. One of the rarest talents to have ever walked the planet. This artist created a vocal art form that is rarely heard emulated in today’s Pop marketplace. Yet, his legend is as alive as any vocalist who has ever inhabited a human existance. Ladies and Gentlemen: Frank.

Posted by Rich Buckland, 06/20/2012 10:48 AM