Warner Vision is pleased to announce the March 24th 2003 release of the highly anticipated multi-channel DVD-Audio album retrospective from one of the greatest country recording artists, Emmylou Harris. Entitled Producer's Cut, this unique retrospective features 14 songs taken from seven of Emmylou's first eight albums for Reprise Records, plus a rare, previously unreleased duet with Johnny Cash, Old Rugged Cross, originally taken from the Roses InThe Snow recording sessions. This track is included on this DVD-A release as a special bonus track.
An audio-visual experience with Mozart…Strauss…Vivaldi…Beethoven… Bach and many more… A collection full of relaxing and delightful classical music compositions fused with a modern visual interpretation. The visual element to Classical Chillout is expressive, capturing the mood of the music by means of movement, contemporary dance and mime, making it just the one to play when you need to relax and escape the cares of the world.
A feature containing amazing 'Atmospheric Visuals' where 12 Chilled Out Artists, blended with captivating footage take on an incredible journey around the world.Whilst also including 'Hypnotic Visuals' where 12 Hypnotic trance artists blended with amazing mesmerising abstract visuals travel through a spellbinding, mind-blowing and rhythmic tour through time.
Saxophonist, composer and bandleader John Coltrane has been almost as popular in death as he was during his lifetime. The prolific jazzman passed away at 40 but left a legacy of influential musical work. The World According to John Coltrane is one of the few documentaries to feature the background of this famous player. Directed by Robert Palmer, the hour-long release delves into Coltrane's beginnings starting with his childhood in North Carolina. It also showcases some live performances including the songs "My Favorite Things", "So What" and "Naima". Narration is provided by close friends and peers like Roscoe Mitchell and La Monte Young. Having recorded with masters Miles Davis, Thelonious Monk and Ornette Coleman, Coltrane held his own and even surpassed the popularity of many of his contemporaries.
Marvin Gaye's successful career matched his extraordinary life; a mix of high's and rock bottom lows. Marvin's creative work ran across three decades, from the fabulous Motown hits of the 1960' where he proved himself as a solo artist with worldwide classics.With his talent and creativity came a profound search for himself and the building of the foundations of his beliefs.
These 2 shows by the Jarrett trio filmed live in Tokyo in 1993 and 1996. The material was previously released as single DVDs but has been now out of print for several years. The discs were originally issued, separately, as Live At Open Theater East 1993 and Trio Concert 1996. The 1993 set is an open air concert that tackles a large slice of jazz history from "Basin Street Blues" to Sonny Rollins' "Oleo", Jarrett's own "The Cure" and much more. The 1996 date is the filmed footage that corresponds to the trio's "Tokyo '96" CD but adds extra material.
This DVD was recorded live on 19th December, 2001 at the Brixton Academy, London - an exclusive live performance by the Heavy Metal legends - rare concert footage of this show featuring an extended set of many Priest classics as well as material from their latest album Demolition. Also, rare backstage footage, the band during sound check, being interviewed and travelling the world - this package is a must for every Priest and metal fan on the planet!