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    This book is the bomb! The bible on black action films! Hidden behind the minimal cover is the most complete collection of Black Action Films ever made. Synopsis and analysis of every film ever made. This was the inspiration for our own Can You Dig It? album on Soul Jazz Records - so now you know! Is it black enough for you? It's a mother, damn right. Super-rare...
    Featuring interviews with Bowie and those close to him, including his producer Tony Visconti, the programme chronicles the two years Bowie lived in a Berlin apartment with Iggy Pop in the late '70s and examines the trilogy of albums he made during his time there.
    Seminal conceptual rock classic
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    Classic musical comedy starring Gene Kelly, Donald O'Connor and Debbie Reynolds. In 1927, Don Lockwood (Kelly, who co-directs) has worked his way up from being a song-and-dance man with partner Cosmo Brown (Donald O'Connor) to become a top movie star. His on-screen partner, Lina Lamont (Jean Hagen), who believes that Don loves her for real, needs to...
    Disney's classic first venture into the field of computer-generated animation. Whizz-kid computer programmer Kevin Flynn (Jeff Bridges) tries to hack into the ENCOM computer system, but his efforts are continually frustrated by the Master Control Program. One night he is actually transported into the system, where he again comes up against the oppressive...
    Documentary examining the early career of David Bowie. The programme traces the artist from his formative years in London to his breakthrough in the music industry and his adoption of his Ziggy Stardust persona in 1972.
    Soul Jazz Records/Films presents Iron in the Soul, a stunning new DVD collection of documentary films about the world of Haiti – Vodou, art & culture by filmmaker and photographer Leah Gordon. Gordon’s photography book ‘Kanaval: Vodou, Politics and Revolution on the Streets of Haiti’ was published by Soul Jazz Records/Books in 2010....
    Music drama centered around the American soul movement that developed in Northern England in the late 1960s and early '70s. Set in a small town in North West England in 1974, the film follows two young friends who become disillusioned with their dreary lives when they are introduced to American soul music and witness the burgeoning nightclub scene their...
    Italian maestro Bernardo Bertolucci was just 22 years old when he directed this coming-of-age drama set in Parma. Loosely based on Stendhal's novel 'The Charterhouse of Parma', the film follows 20-year-old Marxist Fabrizio (Francesco Barilli) in his idealistic attempt to break away from all things bourgeois. Fabrizio begins his journey by breaking off...
    Richard Linklater-directed fictionalised condemnation of fast-food consumerism based on the best selling book by Eric Schlosser. Through the stories of several individuals in one small town, and with an ensemble cast including Kris Kristofferson, Bruce Willis, Ethan Hawke and pop star Avril Lavigne, the hypocrisy and big business mentality of the burger...
    Catalogue from the acclaimed show 'Black Belt', a large-scale exhibition at The Studio Museum in Harlem featuring 19 contemporary artists reflecting on an intersection between African-American and Asian-American cultures from the 1970s and 80s. 100-page, fully illustrated, includes reproductions of works in the exhibition, a roundtable conversation,...
    Volume two of a collection of American soul greats, recorded in Hollywood in 1984. Hosted by Leon Isaac Kennedy with performances by Gladys Knight, Rufus Thomas, Jerry Butler, Freda Payne and Percy Sledge Region 0 (All Regions)
    Documentary about Los Angeles punk band X, including live footage of the band, interviews with the four members and those close to them, music videos and newsreel footage. Region 0 (All Regions)
    Soul Jazz Records presents this amazing 3 disc/5LP + dvd Box set Afro-Colombian music and film project made in Colombia. Film-makers/music producers Santiago Posada and Simon Meija came to Palenque, near the Caribbean coast of Colombia,  to record the music of the area and to make a documentary film about the music and people of Palenque. Palenque,...
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    Soul Jazz Records’ feature-length documentary/CD/Book ‘Studio One Story’ is being re-released on 1 August 2011, and is also available for the first time as a stand alone DVD.The DVD is being issued as a prelude to the forthcoming deluxe-hardback book  ‘Original Cover Art of Studio One Records’ released this autumn by Soul Jazz Records...
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    Available now on DVD (and separate bargain-priced CD soundtrack with bonus tracks). “135 Grand Street, New York, 1979 is invaluable. No Wave music and cinema didn’t just share a name. They were perhaps more intimately related than any other concurrent movements in the history of those two media.” “Ericka Beckman’s film finds...
    'Dub Echoes' DVD out now on Soul Jazz Records!!!!!! 'Dub Echoes' is a newly produced film about Dub, featuring an incredible array of artists, both original Jamaican artists - U Roy, King Jammy, Lee Perry, Sly Dunbar, Bunny Lee (to name a few), alongside a similarly awe-inspiring array of artists who have been taken Dub into new directions in electronic...
    Sidney Poitier leads the way in one of the first black action films ever, in some ways (but not all) a precursor to the 'blaxploitation' genre that was to follow beginning with Super Fly, Shaft et al. A black Philadelphia detective becomes involved in a murder case in a small, bigoted southern town, much to the chagrin of the local, redneck police...
    Blaxploitation soundtrack from 1973, arranged and conducted by Johnny Pate, with Joe Beck on guitar
    Detective Robert Malone leaves behind normal police duties to return to the Phillipines in search of a group of high-tech international weapons thieves. Malone and his accomplice Greg Duncan find their prey know their every movement, leading them to suspect there is a traitor in their midst. Region 0 (All Regions)