In 2010 the rock band The National released their fifth album High Violet. After ten years as critical darlings the band was finally enjoying wider recognition. As they were about to embark on the biggest tour of their career lead singer Matt Berninger invited his younger brother Tom to be a part of their tour crew. A budding filmmaker and horror movie enthusiast Tom brought along his camera to film the experience. Mistaken For Strangers follows the story of two brothers at very different moments in their lives. Approaching forty Matt is just now beginning to experience life as a rock star. Before he is invited on tour Tom age 30 is still living at home in Cincinnati. On tour Tom struggles to keep up with his crew duties. He watches his older brother perform sold-out shows for screaming fans and feels increasingly cut off from him. He doesn't always understand the band's success (he prefers heavy metal). He falls into bad habits loses track of the film he is trying to make and Matt starts to come down on him. Eventually Tom gets fired. After tour Tom moves in with Matt and his wife Carin who put him up until he finishes the film. This proves difficult; Tom shot over 200 hours of footage. He's scattered overwhelmed and feeling lost. The film Tom finally produces is a hilarious and touching look at two very different brothers and an odd but strangely moving portrait of a popular nuanced band. Special Features: Deleted Scenes Extra performances from The National
Sony Music/Legacy Recordings is proud to release Bob Dylan - The 30th Anniversary Concert Celebration - Deluxe Edition. This incredible concert was held in October 1992 at Madison Square Garden to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Dylan's first Columbia recording and featured a wide array of musical icons paying tribute to the music of Bob Dylan. The four hour show brought together an unprecedented roster of artists including Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash, Lou Reed, The Clancy Brothers,...
Kate Crowley is an idealistic young musician who performs angry songs that rail against a dehumanising world. Hustler Danny has ambitions for her, and almost overnight she is transformed into a huge star. Once at the top, however, the pressure ratchets up. Kate's trusted musicians are manoeuvred out of her band and she is left at the mercy of a ruthless and exploitative music industry. Before long, the social disintegration of the external world begins to mirror Kate's tragic descent into obl...
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La Fille Mal Gardee Live From Royal Opera House Feb 2005
Tradition met high jinks as Edward Gardner conducted his first Last Night of the Proms. For this grandest of grand finales there were two very special guests. Since her first Proms appearance in 1995, Susan Bullock has emerged as Britain's leading dramatic soprano, specialising in what she calls 'the large ladies' of the repertoire. Also featured is a classical music superstar as popular in the West as in his native China. On his sixth visit to the Proms, Lang Lang plays Liszt; Bartok's thrilling suite provides a blast of exotic orchestral colour; and Arne, Parry and Elgar bring down the curtain in traditional fashion.
Tracklist: 1) Intruder2) Wallflower3) The Boy In The Bubble4) Aprs Moi5) The Drop6) Washing Of The Water7) The Book Of Love8) Darkness9) The Power Of The Heart10) Biko11) San Jacinto12) Digging In The Dirt13) Signal To Noise14) Downside Up15) Mercy Street16) The Rhythm Of The Heat17) Blood Of Eden18) Red Rain19) Solsbury Hill20) In Your Eyes21) Don’t Give Up22) The Nest That Sailed The Sky
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