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Dire Straits Live BBC Arena

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On 20th and 21st of December 1980, Dire Straits played at the Rainbow Theatre, London. Both nights were recorded for broadcasting on BBC2 television. Cameras were on hand to film the return of Dire Straits from their triumphant 1980 Brothers in Arms world tour. The film features a superb concert they played and band members talk about their music and the pressures and the consequences of success.
Rehearsals took place at the Whood Wharf studio in London as well, between March 4-7, 1980, as well as interviews Less than a year later, before the recording sessions for ‘Making Movies’ ended (after Mark admitted that he wished they would continue indefinitely), David would leave the band, never to return.

Taylor Swift The Eras Tour Extended Version

   2023    Art
‘Taylor Swift The Eras Tour’ transcends a mere concert film, emerging as a cultural phenomenon on the big screen. It offers a once-in-a-lifetime, immersive experience, showcasing the history-making tour of Taylor Swift, one of the most iconic artists of our era. The film spans her entire career, from early country roots to the latest pop anthems, capturing the evolution of her music and the unique themes of each era with stunning cinematic quality. The visuals and sound design are crafted to create a breathtaking and intimate concert experience, highlighting the energy of Swift and her connection with the audience.
This film is not only a celebration of Swift's musical journey but also a testament to her lasting impact on pop culture. It's a masterful blend of concert energy, personal storytelling, and cinematic splendor, making it an essential experience for anyone interested in witnessing the evolution of a music icon and the creation of a cultural milestone.

Oasis: Top of the Pops Special

   1998    Art
A rare and hard-to-find concert of the band at the pinnacle of their fame. This performance offers an intimate glimpse into the energy and raw talent that propelled Oasis to be Britpop's defining act. Viewers are treated to a setlist brimming with anthems that have since become the hymns of a generation. The program not only features electrifying live renditions but also provides candid insights into the band's dynamics, including the legendary brotherly feuds that are as much a part of Oasis's story as their music.
This special is a must-watch for music enthusiasts, offering a unique snapshot of a band that epitomized the spirit of the 90s and continues to influence artists around the globe.

Music for Montserrat

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The event was organised by George Martin, former producer for The Beatles, to raise funds for the Caribbean island of Montserrat after a major volcanic eruption earlier that year. This unrepeatable event starred many iconic British and American rock musicians such as Phil Collins, Ray Cooper, Carl Perkins, Jimmy Buffett, Mark Knopfler, Sting, Elton John, Eric Clapton, Paul McCartney, Midge Ure, Arrow and many more. This concert was held on 15 September 1997 at the Royal Albert Hall.

U2: Outside it is America

   1987    Art
U2, the '80s sensation, captivated with their unique sound, blending old-school alternative rock's good intentions with epic '70s scale. 'The Joshua Tree,' delves into America's contrasting faces, from vast deserts to big city anonymity and human rights issues. This album is a social snapshot of the late '80s, offering hope amid dark themes.
The documentary explores The Joshua Tree Tour in America. Directed by Barry Devlin and Meiert Avis, it features unreleased videos like 'Spanish Eyes' and 'In God's Country.' Discover unseen footage from this iconic band in the 20th Anniversary Edition of 'The Joshua Tree.' Don't miss it!

The Beatles Get Back: Part I

   2021    Art
This widely praised by critics film was created with cooperation from Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr and the widows of John Lennon and George Harrison. Filmmaker Peter Jackson delves into invaluable footage archives to make a film that shows the truth about the Beatles recording together the album Let it Be, which had the working title of Get Back. The production employed film restoration techniques developed for Jackson's previous works on sixty hours of film footage and 150 hours of audio, spending four years in editing the series. The final cut covers 21 days in the studio with the Beatles and climaxes with the full 42-minute rooftop concert.
In part I, the Beatles begin rehearsing at Twickenham Studios for what is at first meant to be a television special about the recording of their next album leading up to a live show at a location to be determined. During the sessions, Paul McCartney and George Harrison play some songs that would later appear on their respective solo albums. After seven days of rehearsals, Harrison abruptly leaves the group.
Series: The Beatles Get Back
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