Go Ride The Music And West Pole

Go Ride The Music was recorded in 1969 and focused on two of the Bay Area´s biggest bands at the time - Jefferson Airplane and Quicksilver Messenger Service. The seven Airplane clips were shot at Pacific High Recording in San Franciso and feature their new drummer, Joey Cowington. Quicksilver Messenger Service was one of the original psychedelic bands and one of the most popular bands in the San Francisco scene in the late-60s. Hosted by Ralph J. Gleason, West Pole is an essay on the San Francisco music scene, originally airing in 1969. Featuring rare performance from both national and local favorites, this program is an in-the-moment glimpse of the scene, with only the hope of the future as a guide. Artists featured in this program include. The Grateful Dead, Jefferson Airplane, Steve Miller Band, Ace of Cups and Sons of Champlin.

The Summer Children 1965

A competition erupts between a tormented handsome trust fund baby and his risk taking rival over their feelings for a mysterious and conflicted young beauty throughout a sailing adventure to Catalina Island.

Cowboy in Sweden 1970

Lee Hazlewood's album “Cowboy in Sweden” presented as a series of dreams. The movie alternates between absurdist skits and songs, given totally incongruous visual settings.

A Tale of Cinderella 1998

Christianne Tisdale (Broadway's +Beauty and the Beast) headlines this stage musical adaptation of the Cinderella story, produced by the New York State Theatre Institute in 1996. It recounts the familiar tale of a minor and inconsequential scrubgirl who longs to meet the prince of her dreams but is constantly thwarted by her vile and manipulative stepsisters and stepmother - until her colorful Godmama (Lorraine Serabian) shows up. George David Weiss and Will Severin composed the music to lyrics by Weiss, W.A. Frankonis wrote the book, and Adrienne Spagnola Posner choreographed.

Lady in the Dark 1954

Lady in the Dark is a musical about main character Liza Elliott, the unhappy female editor of a fashion magazine, Allure, undergoing psychoanalysis. This stylish and engaging 1954 TV production, trimmed to fit into a 90-minute time slot, is the most faithful of the various film and television adaptations.

Art Garfunkel: Across America 2000

Songs Include: A Heart in New York, Poem on the Underground Wall, Scarborough Fair, Homeward Bound, Cecilia, Cryin' in the Rain, El Condor Pasa, All I Know, Bright Eyes, Bridge Over Troubled Water, Mrs. Robinson, Feelin' Groovy, April Come She Will, The Sounds of Silence, Grateful, Goodnight My Love

Song of the City 1937

A carefree San Francisco bachelor rediscovers life's values when he's rescued from the sea by an Italian fisherman with a wise and earthy family. Drama.

Lal Salaam 2002

Based on the true stories of families, politics and tribes in Nagpur, India. Growing crime and military-style gangs have created chaos in local communities. This musical action film pits Dr. Kanna's allegiance to his childhood love, Rupi, against his increasingly militaristic brother Ghisu.

Gypsy Night 1935

Gypsies sing and dance around the fire while their children dream.

Words and Music 1929

Phil and Pete compete for Mary's love and also in a contest for best song written by a college student.

Patience 1995

A 1995 Opera Australia performance of Gilbert and Sullivan's classic operetta, recorded at the Sydney Opera House. Bunthorne, a poet worshiped by every lady he meets, loves only one woman: Patience. But Patience does not share the other women's fascination with Bunthorne. She loves Archibald, her childhood friend who is now also a poet.

Rick Wakeman: Live in Concert 2000

Long considered one of the top keyboardists of the prog rock era, Rick Wakeman's 2001 concert DVD release, The Legend, touches upon many different eras of the musician's long and winding career. Recorded during Wakeman's 2000 U.K. tour, he performs the entire set solo, often chatting with the audience (and he proves to be quite comical, telling a Spinal Tap-esque story of a concert from the mid-'70s that went terribly wrong due to overdrinking and faulty stage props). Included are such highlights as a medley of Yes' "And You and I"/"Wondrous Stories," a new age reworking of the Beatles' "Help" and "Eleanor Rigby," as well as such solo favorites as "Catherine Howard"/"Catherine of Aragon," "Jane Seymour," and "The Recollection"/"Dance of a Thousand Lights."