Best Music Movies of 1985
The Sisters Of Mercy: Wake - In concert at the Royal Albert Hall
1. First and Last and Always 2. Body and Soul 3. Marian 4. No Time to Cry 5. Walk Away 6. Possession 7. Emma 8. Amphetamine Logic 9. A Rock and a hard Place 10. Floorshow 11. Alice 12. Fix 13. Knocking on Heaven's Door
Prince and the Revolution LIVE!
Prince And The Revolution: Live was the first Prince and the Revolution live concert released on Home Video format. The footage comes from a live broadcast of a Purple Rain Tour concert in Syracuse, on 30 March, 1985. Rock to the sounds of Prince in concert with titles such as "Let's Go Crazy," "Delirious," "1999," "Little Red Corvette," "Take Me With U," "Do Me, Baby," "Irresistible Bitch," "Possessed," "How Come U Don't Call Me Anymore" and others. TRACKLIST Intro Let's Go Crazy Delirious 1999 Little Red Corvette Take Me With U Yankee Doodle - Interlude Do Me, Baby Irresistible Bitch Possessed How Come U Don't Call Me Anymore - Temptation Let's Pretend We're Married International Lover God Computer Blue Darling Nikki - Interlude The Beautiful Ones When Doves Cry I Would Die 4 U Baby I'm A Star Purple Rain
Queen: Live in Rio
British rock's greatest entertainers play to more than 300,000 people in Rio, Brazil, headlining the first Rock in Rio festival in January 1985.
The Making Of West Side Story
A documentary which shows, in great detail, the making of the 1985 Bernstein-conducted recording of the entire score of "West Side Story", featuring operatic stars.
Lange stunningly portrays Patsy Cline, the velvet-voiced country singer who died in a tragic plane crash.
B.B. King: Into the Night
A short documentary about B.B. King and his time working on the score for the 1985 movie "Into the Night" starring Jeff Goldblum and Michelle Pfeiffer.
Follow That Bird
Big Bird is sent to live far from Sesame Street by a pesky social worker. Unhappy, Big Bird runs away from his foster home, prompting the rest of the Sesame Street gang to go on a cross-country journey to find him.
We Are the World: The Story Behind the Song
We Are the World: The Story Behind the Song is a documentary which examines how the song was written, how producer Quincy Jones and songwriters Michael Jackson and Lionel Richie persuaded some of the most popular performers in America to donate their services to the project, and offers a behind-the-scenes look at the marathon recording session that produced the single.
Crumb director Terry Zwigoff’s first film is a true treat: a documentary about the obscure country-blues musician and idiosyncratic visual artist Howard “Louie Bluie” Armstrong, member of the last known black string band in America. As beguiling a raconteur as he is a performer, Louie makes for a wildly entertaining movie subject, and Zwigoff honors him with an unsentimental but endlessly affectionate tribute. Full of infectious music and comedy, Louie Bluie is a humane evocation of the kind of pop-cultural marginalia that Zwigoff would continue to excavate in the coming years.
Artie Shaw: Time Is All You've Got
This in-depth examination of the life and career of clarinetist and bandleader Artie Shaw cuts between archival footage, location shots, and an interview with Shaw himself. Berman illustrates the tumultuous, complicated, and remarkable legacy of a man who brought numerous innovations to jazz and swing music during the big-band era.