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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 11:47 AM

video 80:19 The London Rock and Roll Show- It Was Called The British Woodstock- Live at Wembley Arena, August 5, 1972 featuring Chuck Berry, Little Richard, Bo Diddley, Bill Haley and Jerry Lee Lewis

The London Rock and Roll Show- It Was Call...

Posted by Rich Buckland, 08/09/2010 07:17 AM

video 69:20 Dave Van Ronk- Live at The Bottom Line, NYC- One Of The Final Performances Of A Legend

Dave Van Ronk- Live at The Bottom Line, NY...

He was known as The Mayor of MacDougal Street, which was a reference to just one of the Greenwich Village streets he lived and played his music on.Van Ronk was a significant influence to all interested in the history of folk, jazz and all formats of popular music. Dave was simply a true original.1hr

Posted by Rich Buckland, 08/01/2010 01:30 AM

video 61:28 Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band- Live At Hyde Park, London- June 28, 2009- 1 Hour

Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band- L...

It is difficult to believe that it has been 40 years since High School comrade Bill Mesnik introduced me to a singer/composer named Springsteen. In 1971 I joined 50 other fans at Franklin Pierce College in Vermont as Bruce played for 5 hours during a snowstorm. 4 decades later, his passion remains.

Posted by Rich Buckland, 07/24/2010 06:01 PM

video 50:24 The Untouchables- The Lily Dallas Story- Featuring The Great Larry Parks- 50 Minutes.

The Untouchables- The Lily Dallas Story- F...

Larry Parks was an enigmatic actor of the 1940’s whose career took a dark turn when he was blacklisted by the ugly machine piloted by Senator Joseph McCarthy. After an Academy Award nomination for “The Jolson Story” his roles diminished. This star turn on “The Untouchables” was his final TV role.

Posted by Rich Buckland, 07/16/2010 08:25 PM

video 21:49 Is "Stagecoach" The Greatest Motion Picture Ever Made?

Is "Stagecoach" The Greatest Motion Pictur...

From the moment that motion pictures became an art form that aspired to inspire, the race began to create the most emotive productions possible. “Stagecoach” articulates and combines both the visual as well as the poetic in an unprecedented fashion. This comprehensive video essay says it all. 20 Min

Posted by Rich Buckland, 07/05/2010 07:10 PM

video 08:44 Van Morrison- "Madame George"- Live At The Hollywood Bowl

Van Morrison- "Madame George"- Live At The...

Van performs one of his least played pieces from the last four decades as part of his “Astral Weeks- Live At The Hollywood Bowl Concert.” Every image is in place from the visions of Cypress Avenue to the click-clacking of the high heeled shoe. Genius at work. 9 Minutes

Posted by Rich Buckland, 06/27/2010 04:29 PM

video 31:36 Van Morrison- "Astral Weeks" Live At The Hollywood Bowl- Brilliant Performances Of "Astral Weeks", "Beside You", "Slim Slo Slider", and "Sweet Thing"

Van Morrison- "Astral Weeks" Live At The H...

It has been suggested that Van Morrisons 1970 recording “Astral Weeks” is one of the top ten albums of the last four decades. For me, it stands alone. In 2009 he re examined this work once again.for live audiences around the world. Here are some of the very brilliant results. 30 Min.

Posted by Rich Buckland, 06/25/2010 10:40 PM