Ike & Tina Turner: Live in '71

Ike & Tina Turner: Live in '71 2004

In February of 1971, Ike & TIna Turner were at the pinnacle of their career. Their biggest hit "Proud Mary" was storming up the charts while their concerts were becoming the stuff of legend. Night after night, the Ike & Tina Revue was tearing up the stage leaving audiences worldwide screaming for more. Reelin' In The Years Productions and Eagle Vision are proud to present The Legends - Live in '71 featuring a never before seen hour long concert recorded in pristine stereo.

Rhyme and Punishment

Rhyme and Punishment 2011

The gritty elements of urban crime and violence have always had an influence on hip hop culture and rap music. More and more, the trappings of street life have landed popular rap artists behind bars - and not just for a music video shoot. What happens when a rapper who has everything suddenly has his freedom stripped away and is forced to deal with the harsh realities of prison? "Rhyme and Punishment" takes an in-depth look at the role of prison in hip hop culture, and reveals the side of the story that is not being covered by the news and popular media. The true and personal stories of hip hop artists who are, have been, or are soon to be incarcerated, in their own words. Featuring intimate and compelling interviews with convicted rappers Beanie Sigel, Prodigy, Cassidy, Project Pat, Immortal Technique, Slick Rick and many more.

Icehouse: White Heat

Icehouse: White Heat 2011

White Heat: 30 Hits, will reunite and excite fans from all over the world with a 3 disc set containing two audio CDs, each with 15 songs in chronological order of their release, and a DVD with 32 film clips from over the years. (This is the DVD)

Blind Faith: London Hyde Park 1969

Blind Faith: London Hyde Park 1969 2006

Their debut gig was in front of a cool 100,000 people on a warm day in London's Hyde Park on June 7, 1969. This free concert may have lasted just over 45 minutes long, but fans were treated to a selection of timeless tracks by the classic band. This is a unique opportunity to see the world's first super group, featuring Eric Clapton, Steve Winwood, Rick Grech, and Ginger Baker, perform for a very long time.

Jake Shimabukuro: A Million Miles Away

Jake Shimabukuro: A Million Miles Away

Hawaiian ukulele virtuoso Jake Shimabukuro provides an up-close and personal look at his process with this program that features performance footage, rehearsal clips and a glimpse of his pre-show routine during his 2004 Rainbow Tour. Songs include "Heartbeat," "Walking Down Rainhill," "Crosscurrent," "Blue Roses Falling," "Touch," "Tradewinds" and more. The Devil's Strings Quartet accompanies Shimabukuro on three songs.

Baby Boost Nursery Rhymes

Baby Boost Nursery Rhymes 2008

Learn, Explore, and Discover with Baby Boost Engaging entertainment for infants is invaluable to early learning and positive growth and development, especially of motor skills. Baby Boost is here to help your young one learn, explore, and discover the world around them with interactive sing-alongs. Help your child sing, dance, and clap to live action and animated features that are entertaining and more importantly, educational. For toddlers and younger, Baby Boost includes favorite nursery rhymes I'm a Little Teapot; A-Tisket, A-Tasket; Hickory Dickory Dock; and more!

Cheap Trick - Sgt. Pepper Live

Cheap Trick - Sgt. Pepper Live 2009

The group salutes the 40th anniversary of the seminal Beatles album with a dynamic track-by-track rendition that features the New York Philharmonic, an Indian music ensemble, and an array of special guests. At the helm is Geoff Emerick who engineered the Fab Four's definitive album in 1967. Cheap Trick infuse their brand of Beatlesque power pop into a live tribute that pays homage to their musical influences. Never before performed live in its entirety by the Beatles, this footage is an exclusive opportunity to hear the complete album performed live. Extras include interviews with Cheap Trick - all never before seen. This musical release features the rock band Cheap Trick performing The Beatles' classic album SGT. PEPPER'S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND.

Grateful Dead: Anthem to Beauty

Grateful Dead: Anthem to Beauty 1997

This installment of the Classic Albums series follows the making of two Grateful Dead albums, the fiercely experimental Anthem of the Sun and the understated masterwork American Beauty, which spawned melodic gems like "Sugar Magnolia" and "Ripple." Between the archival scenes and contemporary interviews with band members, the DVD shows a band making seismic inroads in pop music--and five young guys coming to terms with artistry, mortality, and, yes, the pursuit of happiness. There is priceless footage of Neal Cassady driving Ken Kesey's bus and of the Dead, surrounded by martini-sipping hipsters, on Playboy After Dark. The best scenes involve band members talking about specific songs (you will never hear Phil Lesh's "Box of Rain" again without thinking of it as a gift to his dying father) or deconstructing a tune by playing each track separately. Intimate and surprisingly cohesive, Anthem to Beauty is a rare glimpse into how the Dead's magic was made.

Mondo Mod

Mondo Mod 1967

"Mondo Mod" explores West Hollywood, California's famous Sunset Strip in 1966. We journey from discotheques to dirt bike competitions, taking in surfing, karate, go-carting, the Hell's Angels, political protests, pot parties and all the other trappings of the Now Generation.

Do It Yourself: The Story of Rough Trade

Do It Yourself: The Story of Rough Trade 2009

The Rough Trade story begins more than thirty years ago on 20th February 1976. Britain was in the grip of an IRA bombing campaign; a future prime minister was beginning to make her mark on a middle England in which punk was yet to run amok; and a young Cambridge graduate called Geoff Travis opened a new shop at 202 Kensington Park Road, just off Ladbroke Grove in west London. The Rough Trade shop sold obscure and challenging records by bands like American art-rockers Pere Ubu, offering an alternative to the middle-of-the-road rock music that dominated the music business.

Immortal: The Seventh Date of Blashyrkh

Immortal: The Seventh Date of Blashyrkh 2010

The Seventh Date of Blashyrkh is black metal band Immortal's first live DVD. All content is from the Wacken Open Air set they performed in 2007, as part of their comeback tour, The Seventh Date of Blashyrkh.

Usher - Live from London

Usher - Live from London 2011

A voice smooth as honey and the dance moves to match - what's not to love? Seven-time Grammy winner Usher hits the stage at the epic O2 Arena in London in this concert special, wowing a sold-out crowd with megahits from his albums Raymond v. Raymond, Versus and beyond. As he busts out killer steps on fan favorite songs like "OMG" and "Hey Daddy," it's easy to see why this soulful Southerner was named Billboard Hot 100's Artist of the Decade.

Stone Sour: Rock am Ring 2007

Stone Sour: Rock am Ring 2007 2007

30/30-150 Come What(ever) May Made of Scars Reborn Inhale Your God Monolith Through Glass Blotter Hell & Consequences Get Inside