In this episode we look back on some of singer/songwriter Billy Joel's best-known videos. From 'Allentown,' the story of a town and military during the Vietnam War due to factory shut downs, to 'Uptown Girl,' a light hearted video set in New York in the 80s. Directors Jay Dubin, Russell Mulcahy and Andy Morahan take us behind the cameras to discuss some of Billy Joel's greatest hits and videos.
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Michael Jackson changed music videos forever. Get inside iconic video shoots like "Thriller", "Billie Jean", and "Smooth Criminal". See how MTV accepted Jackson as one of their first black artists and how Jackson came to work with Guns N' Roses guitarist Slash. Commentary by Quincy Jones, Berry Gordy, and directors Steve Barron, Joe Pytka, Andy Morahan, Wayne Isham, Andy Morahan, and Tim Pope.
Documentary focusing on the legendary musician's life and work, from his troubled childhood in Minneapolis to becoming one of the most popular and innovative artists in contemporary music.
Exploring the strange but prophetic mid-1990s period in Prince's career as he took full control of his music. This film explores and documents this strange but prophetic period in Prince's career and with the help of those who witnessed events as they unfolded, shows that Prince is not just a remarkable musician, performer and composer, but arguably, also has the shrewdest brain in show business.
Prince - The Glory Years is a documentary film which reviews and re-captures this golden decade and with the aid of his friends, colleagues, fellow musicians and other notable contributors, helps discover why Prince Rodgers Nelson simply stole the '80s as far as music was concerned. Features include rare and classic Prince performances re-assessed by a team of esteemed experts, live and studio footage, brand new interviews with Prince...Read More
"How many instruments do you play?" 1000. Watch a fascinating hour-long collage of interviews and behind the scenes footage showing Prince's unique and courageous artistic perspective. Going back to his American Bandstand performance at age 19, all the way up to his Larry King Live interview on the verge of the millennium, Prince: The Little Giant has it all.
This film tells the story of the massive regeneration of U2 during the new millennium. Across two stunning and classic albums, a world tour to accompany each, numerous side projects and a fresh attitude that not only drew the old fans back in droves, but equally attracted huge swathes of new devotees, the 'noughties' was just as much U2's decade as the eighties had been.
This DVD contains the ultimate review and critical analysis of U2's most pivotal album. It offers a previously unobtainable level of insight into the band during the recording of their most dynamic and well respected album. Via the use of live footage, long forgotten videos and the review, criticism and insight of a panel of highly opinionated experts, this package delivers the finest documentary film yet to emerge on Dublins favori...Read More
Amy Winehouse: The Girl Done Good is a review of her music and career to date. Drawing on rare and classic performances, exclusive interviews, lengthy contributions from friends, colleagues, journalists and experts, and a host of other features, this DVD is a unique insight into the music, career and life of a cultural icon. In an age when Z-list celebrities garner more media attention than the truly gifted, Amy Winehouse is an anomal...Read More