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    Floating Points summons his ensemble again for an album of sweeping, panoramic jazz and electronic passages entitled, 'Reflections - Mojave Desert'; finding the surroundings in the Californian desert offered a unique recording environment that led to the album's production. 'Reflections - Mojave Desert' is also soundtracks a short...
    A documentary record of the free Rolling Stones concert which took place in Hyde Park on 5th July 1969, two days after the death of guitarist Brian Jones. Includes interview footage and a number of classic performances.
    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.
    Documentary about the recording studios in Muscle Shoals, Alabama. Director Greg Camalier travels to the landmark and explains how material recorded here has been an integral part of pop music from the 1950s until now. Founded by Rick Hall, FAME Studios was known as a place where black and white musicians would come together despite the racial tension...
    Gregory Porter solidifies his standing as his generation’s most soulful jazz singer-songwriter with his new album 'Take Me To The Alley' the much-anticipated follow-up to his million-selling Grammy-winning 2013 Blue Note debut Liquid Spirit. Includes Porter's version of 'Holding On' the hit single that he wrote with Disclosure.
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    An animated musical film which brings together Daft Punk's music and Japanese Manga animation. Tracks include 'Aerodynamic' (Daft Punk remix), 'Harder, Better, Stronger, Faster' (Neptunes remix), 'Phoenix' (Basement Jaxx remix), 'Digital Love' (Boris Dlugosh remix) and 'Something About Us' (Radio edit).
    This digitally remastered two disc edition runs to over four hours, complete with all 15 songs performed by the band over the four appearances on the Ed Sullivan Show, including: "I Want To Hold Your Hand", "Help" and "Yesterday" and available to view with a brand new 5.1 surround soundtrack and carefully restored video. This special new package also...
    Documentary about rock singer-songwriters David Bowie and Lou Reed. The programme takes a look at how their careers crossed paths through collaborations and common interests and features new and archive interviews with input from, among others, Angie Bowie, Doug Yule, Billy Name and Leee Black Childers. All Regions DVD
    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...
    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)
    ESSENTIAL!!! On it's release at the Cannes Film Festival in the late-1970s, Rockers was reviewed in Le Monde as "this is not a film, this is... cinema". Featuring Leroy 'Horsemouth' Wallace, Gregory Isaacs, Burning Spear, Robbie Shakespeare, Joe Gibbs, Theo Beckford, Leroy Smart and about a million other people you want to see! This is a fictional film...
    This is THE classic hip hop film! Features a host of key players from the late seventies/early eighties rap, graffiti and break dance scene basically playing themselves so it's much more authentic than, for example, 'Breakdance'. This film has been the inspiration for generations of hip hop fans and with this 25th anniversary edition it is now available...
    Scott Hicks directs this biographical film about the life and work of composer Philip Glass. Breaking his life down into 12 distinct stages, the film explores the effects of his life experiences on his work and portrays through cinematic imagery the complex processes of an artist at work. Region 0 (All Regions)
    Julien Temple directs this documentary profile of the Sex Pistols - Johnny Rotten (née Lydon), Glen Matlock, Paul Jones, Steve Cook and Sid Vicious - the punk band who shocked the world both with their music and their off-stage antics in the latter half of the 1970s. Including much never-before-seen material from the band members' personal archives,...
    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...
    A box set featuring 'Koyaanisqatsi' which is a high-speed look at modern life, with all its changing tempos and constantly shifting scenes which never allow your eyes to leave the screen. Breath-taking shots set to music by Philip Glass and 'Powaqqatsi' which is a mesmeric and visually stunning tapestry of images from the Third World. A follow-up to...
    Killer film, killer soundtrack. Now digitally remastered! Directed by Perry Henzall, Jimmy Cliff stars in his first screen role as a young and hopeful singer who heads for Kingston with hopes of cutting a record. But all he encounters is corruption and menace. Region 2 (Europe)
    Fab Italian film set in groovy 60s London with killer soundtrack by Herbie Hancock. What more could you want to watch? Michelangelo Antonioni delivers yet another masterful cinematic expose with BLOW UP, his controversial first English-speaking film, a provocative mystery set in the seamy mod culture of London. The film follows a well-known, fashion...