After twenty years in the pop business, this is a celebration of the lives, work, and achievements of the Pet Shop Boys.
The Doors eponymous debut album alone assures them a place in rock and roll history. Together with the voice and lyrics of Jim Morrison this mix of blues, rock and jazz has made it one of the greatest debut albums of all time. In less than a year from its release the Doors would go from Los Angeles favourites to one of the biggest bands in the world. Continue Reading
Cream were rock’s first true supergroup combining the extraordinary talents of Eric Clapton, Ginger Baker and Jack Bruce in a power trio that formed the template for most hard rock during the seventies and remain a huge influence on the genre to this day. Continue Reading
‘A Night At The Opera’ was one of the most expensive, expansive and creative albums of its time and it confirmed Queen as a global rock phenomenon. It was their ‘Sgt. Pepper’, the album that propelled them into rock and roll history, and is a truly classic album. Continue Reading
The Colombian sensation is captured here with an adoring local crowd.
This is a documentary portrait with music of the phenomenon that is Juanes.
This is a rare in-depth portrait of an artist, his life and work.
The excitement of Moby’s live performances before a crowd of six thousand.
A documentary about the making of Pink Floyd’s album ‘The Dark Side Of The Moon’. Continue Reading
In 1980, Motorhead released their fourth studio album Ace Of Spades. Loud, fast and overwhelmingly heavy, Ace Of Spades would propel Motorhead into the ranks of Heavy Metal’s elite and 25 years later is still considered a benchmark album in it’s genre. Continue Reading