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audio 17:03 Mort Sahl Live- 1973- Keep Them Confused- Part One- Rare Audio Recording!

Mort Sahl Live- 1973- Keep Them Confused- ...

As he enters his 80th year on Earth, Mort Sahl is still utilizing his very unique perspective on the America we were promised but was never quite delivered. His brand is within the same major league stand up observations as George Carlin, Dick Gregory and of course, the king, Lenny Bruce.

Posted by Rich Buckland, 12/21/2010 10:37 AM

video 56:10 Doug Sahm- The Complete Austin City Limits Show- October, 1975- One Hour

Doug Sahm- The Complete Austin City Limits...

The late Doug Sahm was the founder of the 60’s innovation he called The Sir Douglas Quintet. His hope was that audiences of the day would see them as part of the British Invasion. They were actually from Texas and Doug developed and dominated.what we now call Tex- Mex with Freddy Fender. .

Posted by Rich Buckland, 11/03/2010 06:18 PM

video 61:02 Rolling Stones- In Exile- The Making Of Exile On Main Street- 1 Hour

Rolling Stones- In Exile- The Making Of Ex...

In ‘72 it was seen as a two LP experiment, summoning what limits the group, now creating their 10th LP in 8 years, could engage. The result was a stunning array of songs that brought the band into a new era of recording that altered perceptions. This is the story of the creation of that vital record

Posted by Rich Buckland, 10/15/2010 04:44 PM

video 60:02 The John Garfield Story- Before Brando, Clift and James Dean, There Came The Arrival Of The First Genuine, American Movie Anti- Hero. Narrated By John's Daughter, Julie Garfield- One Hour

The John Garfield Story- Before Brando, Cl...

“They Made Me A Criminal”, “Body and Soul”, “Force Of Evil.” These 3 films articulate the range of one of America’s finest actors. He inhabited a place in film that few performers dare exhibit. In actual life, he fought for progress. In doing so, he left a legacy and the world at age 39. 1 Hr.

Posted by Rich Buckland, 09/25/2010 01:50 PM

video 51:12 Arthur Lee- The Forever Changes Concert- London, 2003- 51 Minutes

Arthur Lee- The Forever Changes Concert- L...

Some say it’s the finest recording of the 1960’s.It was released by Elektra Records and the band that created it was called Love.That album was “Forever Changes.” It’s primary writer and vocalist was a man who inspired Hendrix how to dress and dozens of Sunset Strip groups how to write. Arthur Lee.

Posted by Rich Buckland, 09/15/2010 04:43 PM

video 55:41 Teen-Age Confidential! 1950's Motion Picture Trailers and Public Service Films Expose The Horrible Truth About Our Youth!! Prepare Yourself For "Teen-Age Devil Dolls" "High School Bigshot" "Teen-Age Crime Wave" and Much More! Viewer Beware!

Teen-Age Confidential! 1950's Motion Pictu...

From the Confidential Files comes the scathing truth about Juvenile Delinquency! Hide the children, for this is not movie fare for the weak of heart! 1 hour of public service films and movie trailers that ask the question every parent recites. “Where did we go wrong!!!” Fun for all!! Well, almost

Posted by Rich Buckland, 09/07/2010 04:54 PM

video 16:24 Muddy Waters and Sister Rosetta Tharpe- The Blues and Gospel Train- 1964

Muddy Waters and Sister Rosetta Tharpe- Th...

During the !960’s, British TV audiences expressed an interest in shows that featured U.S Blues Artists. The revelation that groups such as The Rolling Stones, Yardbirds, Animals, Them and others were influenced by these pioneers, produced shows such as the one seen here from Manchester…16 minutes

Posted by Rich Buckland, 08/30/2010 05:20 PM

video 59:53 American Folk/ Blues Film Festival-1964 Featuring Howlin' Wolf, Sonny Boy Williamson, Junior Wells, Otis Rush, Koko Taylor, Big Joe Turner and Many Others!

American Folk/ Blues Film Festival-1964 Fe...

Originally filmed for German television, this compilation of performances displays an amazing array of original, influential artists illustrating their powerful depths plus a style of song the likes of which we shall never hear written again. We hope you enjoy this hour of true brilliance.

Posted by Rich Buckland, 08/26/2010 04:47 AM