Best Music Movies of 1970
Join the fun and laugh along with the "misadventures" of Archy the cockroach, a poet in his former life now having to jump on his typewriter keys to peck out his poems. Archie adores the huge-eyed, blonde, hip-swaying Mehitabel the Cat, and along with a colorful cast of characters, they embark on an animated, musical treat the whole family will love!
Creedence Clearwater Revival – Live at the Royal Albert Hall
Creedence Clearwater Revival Royal Albert Hall London, England April 14 1970 50 Minutes NTSC Mono 1 Born On The Bayou 2 Green River 3 Tombstone Shadow 4 Travelin' Band 5 Fortunate Son 6 Commotion 7 Midnight Special 8 Bad Moon Rising 9 Proud Mary 10 The Night Time is the Right Time 11 Good Golly Miss Molly 12 Keep On Chooglin' John Fogerty: Guitar and Vocals Tom Fogerty: Guitar Stu Cook: Bass Doug Clifford: Drums
The film follows the story of Orpheus and Euridice.
Filmed on the rooftops of lower Manhattan, this performance film features the original Last Poets performing 28 numbers adapted from their legendary Concept-East Poetry appearance at New York's Paperback Theater in 1969. Described as â€œa conspiracy of ritual, street theater, soul music and cinema."
The Nashville Sound
Interviews and performances with Nashville celebrities and hopefuls from the late 1960's era of the Nashville music scene. Featured performers include Porter Waggoner, Tex Ritter, Dolly Parton, Roy Acuff, Lester Flatt, Earl Scruggs, Johnny Cash, Charley Pride, Jeannie C. Riley, Loretta Lynn, Bill Monroe, and more.
Santana - Live At Tanglewood 1970
Santana Band live at Tanglewood, Lenox MA, USA on 18 August 1970.
The Moody Blues: The Lost Performance (Live In Paris '70)
Recorded live at La Taverne de L’Olympia, Paris in 1970, The Lost Performance captures two incredible shows featuring the legendary Moody Blues. Justin Hayward John Lodge, Mike Pinder, Ray Thomas and Graeme Edge perform some of their greatest hits at the height of their success. Includes Nights In White Satin, Ride My Seesaw, Tuesday Afternoon, Question, Lovely To See You My Friend, Never Comes the Day, Tortoise and the Hare, Are You Sitting Comfortably, Gypsy, Candle of Life, Legend of a Mind, Lazy Day, Don't You Feel Small.
Head Rag Hop
A proto-music video: three minutes of experimental animation set to the tune of Romeo Nelson's 'Head Rag Hop'.
Song of Norway
Like the play from which it derived, the film tells of the early struggles of composer Edvard Grieg and his attempts to develop an authentic Norwegian national music. It stars Toralv Maurstad as Grieg and features an international cast including Florence Henderson, Christina Schollin, Robert Morley, Harry Secombe, Oskar Homolka, Edward G. Robinson and Frank Porretta (as Rikard Nordraak). Filmed in Super Panavision 70 by Davis Boulton and presented in single-camera Cinerama in some countries, it was an attempt to capitalise on the success of The Sound of Music.
This documentary on rock 'n' roll groupies, including the infamous Plaster Casters, features performances (musical) by such bands as Ten Years After, Terry Reid, Spooky Tooth, and Cat Mother.