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  • Live at TRI Studios

    Slightly Stoopid

    Year: 2011

    Runtime: 2 hr 18 min

    Slightly Stoopid performs a 31 song / 2 set acoustic and electric performance at TRI Studios. Including behind the scenes rehearsal footage, and a rare interview segment moderated by Tommy Chong and Bob Weir. The setlist includes fan favorites such as "Jimi Baby," "Closer to the Sun," and "Collie Man," as well as spot-on covers of classics like Bruce Springsteen's "I'm on Fire" and the Meters' "Cissy Strut."

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  • 3 Ring Circus - Live At The Palace

    Sublime

    Year: 1995

    Runtime: 1 hr 20 min

    Witness the first official full-length concert video release from one of the most influential bands of the 1990s, Sublime, as the trio of Long Beach's hometown heroes step-up to the sold-out Hollywood stage at the legendary Palace theatre on October 21, 1995. Frontman/guitarist/songwriter Bradley Nowell, bassist Eric Wilson and drummer Bud Gaugh tear through 27 songs including their hits "Date Rape," "Badfish," "40 Oz. To Freedom," as well as covers of the band's broad stylistic range of influences with "54-46 Was My Number" by Toots & The Maytals, "House Of Suffering" by Bad Brains" and "Scarlet Begonias" by the Grateful Dead. Over 78 minutes of Sublime style are on full display.

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  • Guitar Center Sessions

    Sublime With Rome

    Year: 2012

    Runtime: 55 min

    An intimate concert and interview with California rock band, Sublime with Rome. Performances include "Santeria", "Take it or Leave it", "Panic", "Smoke Two Joints" and"Wrong Way". With host, Nic Harcourt.

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  • Live at the Hollywood Bowl

    Ben Harper And The Innocent Criminals

    Year: 2002

    Runtime: 1 hr 55 min

    The funk-soul stylings of Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals ignite this incredible performance at the legendary Hollywood Bowl. Songs include "Glory & Consequence," "Temporary Remedy," "Steal My Kisses," "Amen Omen," "Burn One Down," and more. Soundtrack: English.

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  • World Music Portraits - Moving On

    Jimmy Cliff

    Year: 1995

    Runtime: 56 min

    Along with Bob Marley and Peter Tosh, Jimmy Cliff was one of the driving forces behind the explosive emergence of reggae music in the 1970s, and by the age of 20 scored a #6 UK pop chart hit with "Wonderful World, Beautiful People".
    The reggae music pioneer soon became its leading man following Cliff's starring role in The Harder They Come, the legendary 'rebel-reggae' film for which he also wrote the seminal soundtrack.
    Filmed in 1996, this rare documentary captures Cliff in the streets of Jamaica where his musical odyssey began. The singer/actor/revolutionary offers a deeply personal look at his life and career, from the country roads of his childhood to the Kingston back lanes where his dream to perform was realised. Discussing his musical vision, his embrace of Islam and traditional African culture, Cliff also performs a selection of his immortal songs including "The Harder They Come," "Crime," "Many Rivers to Cross," "Bob You Did Your Job," and "You Can Get It If You Really Want."

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  • Live At Chiemsee Reggae Summer

    Shaggy

    Year: 1997

    Runtime: 1 hr 40 min

    As the world's top selling Jamaican artist, SHAGGY has dominated reggae music since the early Nineties. Here are TWO VERSIONS of the spectacular concert SHAGGY gave at The 1998 Chiemsee Reggae Summer in Bavaria. Accompanied by his outstanding Groove Society Band, it includes all the hits such as Boombastic, In The Summertime, and Oh! Carolina, as well as his tribute to fellow reggae superstar Bob Marley. With five #1 pop singles, a couple of multi platinum albums and a Grammy Award to his name, Shaggy has become an international star. This DVD presents a fine example of his showmanship and ability.

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  • Sting Jamaica 2003: The Greatest One-Night Reggae Show on Earth

    Various Artists

    Year: 2003

    Runtime: 2 hr 58 min

    Since the first event back in 1984 Jamaica’s Magnum Sting Festival has truly established itself and lived up to its billing as ‘The Greatest One-Night Reggae Show on Earth’. Held each Boxing Day in Portmore, St. Catherine, Sting has become renowned as being the premier showcase for the best reggae acts which Jamaica has to offer.

    Featuring primarily dancehall acts, the performers invariably rise to the occasion and it has been the scene of many memorable performances over the years. With its mix of both established and up-and-coming acts, Sting has been instrumental in launching many local and international careers – including those of Shabba Ranks, Beenie Man and Tiger.

    The 2003 Sting Festival proved no exception, attracting as it did a host of stellar names both old and new. They included such established international reggae stars as the witty toaster Beenie Man and dancehall crooner and Jamaican heartthrob Sanchez.

    Amongst the new acts featured on this double film Set are two of the most exciting reggae talents to emerge in recent years, the boisterous DJ Elephant Man and dancehall sensation Vybz Kartel.

    Sting has often courted controversy, as it did in this year, when the concert was brought to a dramatic and premature end after an on-stage brawl between Ninjaman and Vybz Kartel, reactions to which are documented in the bonus footage.

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  • Freedom Road

    Bob Marley

    Year: 2007

    Runtime: 55 min

    He was and is, without doubt, Jamaica's finest export and in this programme we can reveal for the first time on DVD the behind the scenes Bob Marley that only his closest confidantes could know. To help us understand a little more about this iconic Jamaican is his long time girlfriend and Oscar nominated actress Esther Anderson who describes in detail their life together at home in Hope Road as well as in London. Of all the people considered closest to him, Esther was probably the person who knew more about the man's innermost thoughts and fears than any; so much was she in tune with him she even helped to write some of his hit records. Also featured is the last interview he would ever give in the UK where journalist Kris Needs questions him about his foot injury (the injury that would eventually lead to the diagnosis of terminal cancer) and many other topics about which Marley held strong views. The DVD also reveals previously unseen home footage plus live performances including 'Lively Up Yourself' which was last seen performed in the 70's.

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  • Rise Up

    Rise Up

    Year: 2010

    Runtime: 1 hr 27 min

    On an island where reggae is considered the voice of the people and an outlet for survival, RiseUp follows three aspiring artists who seek to “rise up” from obscurity for their chance at success. This documentary is unlike any documentary about Jamaica as it takes the viewer off the beaten path far from any tourist attractions and sandy beaches yet still able to capture the beauty and magic that the Irie has to offer. From the deep countryside to the whirlwind ghettos of Kingston, no matter where you are, the film makes it evident that reggae music is the heartbeat of the culture. In a society where talent abounds and opportunity is scarce, RiseUp follows the very different lives of three artists struggling in their own unique way for their big break at stardom. Turbulence, the conscious ghetto youth with enough determination to move mountains; Ice, the young faux-gangster dancehall artist from the upper class; and Kemoy, the beautifully innocent country girl who barely realizes her amazing vocal gifts… all come together as the film seamlessly interweaves their lives behind the backdrop of the bustling underground reggae scene of Jamaica.

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  • Live at the Shepherds Bush Empire

    Ali Campbell

    Year: 2008

    Runtime: 1 hr 39 min

    Ali Campbell has one of the UKs most distinctive and recognisable voices.
    As lead singer with the world-renowned group UB40, Ali Campbell has sold over 60 million records worldwide, toured across the globe, notched up four number No. 1 world-wide singles, over 40 Top 40 UK singles, released 24 studio albums and received an Ivor Novello Award for International Achievement.

    Whether as part of UB40 in the past, or currently today , in his solo career , Ali has always stayed true to his love of reggae and its ongoing capacity for innovation, the music that first inspired him and continues to do so, to this day.

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  • Cool Runnings: The Reggae Movie

    Various Artists

    Year: 2005

    Runtime: 1 hr 45 min

    First filmed at the 1983 Reggae Sunsplash Festival in Montego Bay, Jamaica, this musical documentary is likely to keep audiences moving along with the beat of its reggae artists. Among the musicians and groups featured are Rita Marley, Gil Scott-Heron, Gregory Isaacs, and Third World. The stage performances and the scanning of audience reactions are supplemented with backstage interviews.

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  • Band in Seattle - Clinton Fearon Concert 301

    Clinton Fearon

    Year: 2016

    Runtime: 34 min

    Each song of Clinton Fearon is a strong message coming from the heart of a man who dedicates his life to help a better world to come. With chiselled music and poetic lyrics, he opens reggae to a wider audience who simply loves his beautiful songs.

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  • Live at the Shepherds Bush Empire

    Ali Campbell

    Year: 2008

    Runtime: 1 hr 39 min

    Ali Campbell has one of the UKs most distinctive and recognisable voices.
    As lead singer with the world-renowned group UB40, Ali Campbell has sold over 60 million records worldwide, toured across the globe, notched up four number No. 1 world-wide singles, over 40 Top 40 UK singles, released 24 studio albums and received an Ivor Novello Award for International Achievement.

    Whether as part of UB40 in the past, or currently today , in his solo career , Ali has always stayed true to his love of reggae and its ongoing capacity for innovation, the music that first inspired him and continues to do so, to this day.

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  • Favela Rising

    Anderson Sá

    Year: 2005

    Runtime: 1 hr 22 min

    This documentary follows one man's efforts to better his own life and the community he calls home. Anderson Sá grew up in the ghettos of Rio de Janeiro (known locally as "favelas"), where drug dealing, gangs, corrupt police officials, and violence were a common part of daily life. However, Sá came to realize that the life he was living was a dead end, and gave up selling drugs and gang life to become a community activist. Sa also had musical talent, as did a handful of like-minded friends, and together they began fusing the energy and immediacy of hip-hop with the hypnotic grooves of reggae, creating a new sound called afro-reggae in the process. Favela Rising follows Sá and his comrades as they share the story of his violent past, his vision of a better future for the favelas of Brazil, and the crucial message behind their music.

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  • Live at the Hollywood Bowl

    Ben Harper And The Innocent Criminals

    Year: 2002

    Runtime: 1 hr 55 min

    The funk-soul stylings of Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals ignite this incredible performance at the legendary Hollywood Bowl. Songs include "Glory & Consequence," "Temporary Remedy," "Steal My Kisses," "Amen Omen," "Burn One Down," and more. Soundtrack: English.

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  • Freedom Road

    Bob Marley

    Year: 2007

    Runtime: 55 min

    He was and is, without doubt, Jamaica's finest export and in this programme we can reveal for the first time on DVD the behind the scenes Bob Marley that only his closest confidantes could know. To help us understand a little more about this iconic Jamaican is his long time girlfriend and Oscar nominated actress Esther Anderson who describes in detail their life together at home in Hope Road as well as in London. Of all the people considered closest to him, Esther was probably the person who knew more about the man's innermost thoughts and fears than any; so much was she in tune with him she even helped to write some of his hit records. Also featured is the last interview he would ever give in the UK where journalist Kris Needs questions him about his foot injury (the injury that would eventually lead to the diagnosis of terminal cancer) and many other topics about which Marley held strong views. The DVD also reveals previously unseen home footage plus live performances including 'Lively Up Yourself' which was last seen performed in the 70's.

    Added to My Q

  • Band in Seattle - Clinton Fearon Concert 301

    Clinton Fearon

    Year: 2016

    Runtime: 34 min

    Each song of Clinton Fearon is a strong message coming from the heart of a man who dedicates his life to help a better world to come. With chiselled music and poetic lyrics, he opens reggae to a wider audience who simply loves his beautiful songs.

    Added to My Q

  • Band in Seattle - Clinton Fearon Episode 301

    Clinton Fearon

    Year: 2016

    Runtime: 23 min

    Each song of Clinton Fearon is a strong message coming from the heart of a man who dedicates his life to help a better world to come. With chiselled music and poetic lyrics, he opens reggae to a wider audience who simply loves his beautiful songs.

    Added to My Q

  • World Music Portraits - Moving On

    Jimmy Cliff

    Year: 1995

    Runtime: 56 min

    Along with Bob Marley and Peter Tosh, Jimmy Cliff was one of the driving forces behind the explosive emergence of reggae music in the 1970s, and by the age of 20 scored a #6 UK pop chart hit with "Wonderful World, Beautiful People".
    The reggae music pioneer soon became its leading man following Cliff's starring role in The Harder They Come, the legendary 'rebel-reggae' film for which he also wrote the seminal soundtrack.
    Filmed in 1996, this rare documentary captures Cliff in the streets of Jamaica where his musical odyssey began. The singer/actor/revolutionary offers a deeply personal look at his life and career, from the country roads of his childhood to the Kingston back lanes where his dream to perform was realised. Discussing his musical vision, his embrace of Islam and traditional African culture, Cliff also performs a selection of his immortal songs including "The Harder They Come," "Crime," "Many Rivers to Cross," "Bob You Did Your Job," and "You Can Get It If You Really Want."

    Added to My Q

  • Rise Up

    Rise Up

    Year: 2010

    Runtime: 1 hr 27 min

    On an island where reggae is considered the voice of the people and an outlet for survival, RiseUp follows three aspiring artists who seek to “rise up” from obscurity for their chance at success. This documentary is unlike any documentary about Jamaica as it takes the viewer off the beaten path far from any tourist attractions and sandy beaches yet still able to capture the beauty and magic that the Irie has to offer. From the deep countryside to the whirlwind ghettos of Kingston, no matter where you are, the film makes it evident that reggae music is the heartbeat of the culture. In a society where talent abounds and opportunity is scarce, RiseUp follows the very different lives of three artists struggling in their own unique way for their big break at stardom. Turbulence, the conscious ghetto youth with enough determination to move mountains; Ice, the young faux-gangster dancehall artist from the upper class; and Kemoy, the beautifully innocent country girl who barely realizes her amazing vocal gifts… all come together as the film seamlessly interweaves their lives behind the backdrop of the bustling underground reggae scene of Jamaica.

    Added to My Q

  • Live At Chiemsee Reggae Summer

    Shaggy

    Year: 1997

    Runtime: 1 hr 40 min

    As the world's top selling Jamaican artist, SHAGGY has dominated reggae music since the early Nineties. Here are TWO VERSIONS of the spectacular concert SHAGGY gave at The 1998 Chiemsee Reggae Summer in Bavaria. Accompanied by his outstanding Groove Society Band, it includes all the hits such as Boombastic, In The Summertime, and Oh! Carolina, as well as his tribute to fellow reggae superstar Bob Marley. With five #1 pop singles, a couple of multi platinum albums and a Grammy Award to his name, Shaggy has become an international star. This DVD presents a fine example of his showmanship and ability.

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  • Live at Lokerse Feesten

    Skatalites

    Year: 1996

    Runtime: 1 hr 18 min

    The seminal reggae group The Skatalites have been genre trend-makers since their conception in 1964. These two concerts from 1997 and 2002, respectively, include performances of the "Guns of Navarone," "The James Bond Theme," "Man in the Street," "Sugar, Sugar," "Freedom Sound," "El Pussycat," "Phoenix City," and more.

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  • Live at TRI Studios

    Slightly Stoopid

    Year: 2011

    Runtime: 2 hr 18 min

    Slightly Stoopid performs a 31 song / 2 set acoustic and electric performance at TRI Studios. Including behind the scenes rehearsal footage, and a rare interview segment moderated by Tommy Chong and Bob Weir. The setlist includes fan favorites such as "Jimi Baby," "Closer to the Sun," and "Collie Man," as well as spot-on covers of classics like Bruce Springsteen's "I'm on Fire" and the Meters' "Cissy Strut."

    Added to My Q

  • 3 Ring Circus - Live At The Palace

    Sublime

    Year: 1995

    Runtime: 1 hr 20 min

    Witness the first official full-length concert video release from one of the most influential bands of the 1990s, Sublime, as the trio of Long Beach's hometown heroes step-up to the sold-out Hollywood stage at the legendary Palace theatre on October 21, 1995. Frontman/guitarist/songwriter Bradley Nowell, bassist Eric Wilson and drummer Bud Gaugh tear through 27 songs including their hits "Date Rape," "Badfish," "40 Oz. To Freedom," as well as covers of the band's broad stylistic range of influences with "54-46 Was My Number" by Toots & The Maytals, "House Of Suffering" by Bad Brains" and "Scarlet Begonias" by the Grateful Dead. Over 78 minutes of Sublime style are on full display.

    Added to My Q

  • Guitar Center Sessions

    Sublime With Rome

    Year: 2012

    Runtime: 55 min

    An intimate concert and interview with California rock band, Sublime with Rome. Performances include "Santeria", "Take it or Leave it", "Panic", "Smoke Two Joints" and"Wrong Way". With host, Nic Harcourt.

    Added to My Q

  • Cool Runnings: The Reggae Movie

    Various Artists

    Year: 2005

    Runtime: 1 hr 45 min

    First filmed at the 1983 Reggae Sunsplash Festival in Montego Bay, Jamaica, this musical documentary is likely to keep audiences moving along with the beat of its reggae artists. Among the musicians and groups featured are Rita Marley, Gil Scott-Heron, Gregory Isaacs, and Third World. The stage performances and the scanning of audience reactions are supplemented with backstage interviews.

    Added to My Q

  • Sting Jamaica 2003: The Greatest One-Night Reggae Show on Earth

    Various Artists

    Year: 2003

    Runtime: 2 hr 58 min

    Since the first event back in 1984 Jamaica’s Magnum Sting Festival has truly established itself and lived up to its billing as ‘The Greatest One-Night Reggae Show on Earth’. Held each Boxing Day in Portmore, St. Catherine, Sting has become renowned as being the premier showcase for the best reggae acts which Jamaica has to offer.

    Featuring primarily dancehall acts, the performers invariably rise to the occasion and it has been the scene of many memorable performances over the years. With its mix of both established and up-and-coming acts, Sting has been instrumental in launching many local and international careers – including those of Shabba Ranks, Beenie Man and Tiger.

    The 2003 Sting Festival proved no exception, attracting as it did a host of stellar names both old and new. They included such established international reggae stars as the witty toaster Beenie Man and dancehall crooner and Jamaican heartthrob Sanchez.

    Amongst the new acts featured on this double film Set are two of the most exciting reggae talents to emerge in recent years, the boisterous DJ Elephant Man and dancehall sensation Vybz Kartel.

    Sting has often courted controversy, as it did in this year, when the concert was brought to a dramatic and premature end after an on-stage brawl between Ninjaman and Vybz Kartel, reactions to which are documented in the bonus footage.

    Added to My Q

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