Best Music Movies of 2000
In 1973, 15-year-old William Miller's unabashed love of music and aspiration to become a rock journalist lands him an assignment from Rolling Stone magazine to interview and tour with the up-and-coming band Stillwater—fronted by lead guitar Russell Hammond, and lead singer Jeff Bebe.
Set against the background of the 1984 Miners' Strike, 11-year-old Billy Elliot stumbles out of the boxing ring and onto the ballet floor. He faces many trials and triumphs as he strives to conquer his family's set ways, inner conflict, and standing on his toes.
The Little Mermaid II: Return to the Sea
Set several years after the first film, Ariel and Prince Eric are happily married with a daughter, Melody. In order to protect Melody from the Sea Witch, Morgana, they have not told her about her mermaid heritage. Melody is curious and ventures into the sea, where she meets new friends. But will she become a pawn in Morgana's quest to take control of the ocean from King Triton?
Deep Purple: In Concert with The London Symphony Orchestra
Deep Purple in Concert with the London Symphony Orchestra Conducted by Paul Mann. Recorded at the Royal Albert Hall London 25th & 26th September 1999.
The Legend Floyd: The Dark Side of the Rainbow
The coincidental pairing between Victor Fleming's 'The Wizard of Oz' with Pink Floyd's album The Dark Side of the Moon as soundtrack for the movie, combining some of the images with the lyrics and the sound effects used in most of the tracks, is an unique experience and a magical project that takes both medias into a whole new level.
Underworld: Everything, Everything
Techno fans will dig the power and energy in this compilation featuring nine of the innovative British trio's jam sessions captured in Japan, Holland, Belgium, England and Ireland during their 1998-'99 world tour. Crisp sound makes tracks such as "Push Upstairs" and "Pearls Girl" pulsate with perfection. Add vivid concert film melded with imaginative visuals, and this dynamic video can't be beat.
Phish: Bittersweet Motel
Bittersweet Motel is a documentary about the popular rock band Phish. The film focuses on Phish's music, with little emphasis on their die-hard fan base.
Sheryl Crow: Rockin' the Globe Live
In this exciting concert appearance, Sheryl Crow powerfully demonstrates why she is one of today's truly distinctive voices. Uncompromising, open, witty, sardonic and surprising, Sheryl hooks the listener immediately with music that's both reflective and compulsively catchy. Leading a group of top-rate musicians, Sheryl digs into the classic hits that rocketed her to stardom, including "Strong Enough" and "All I Wanna Do," and explores troubled romance in songs from her GRAMMY Award-winning 'The Globe Sessions', her most personal album yet. Sheryl Crow firmly stakes out her place in rock history as she continues to grow as an artist, delighting and invigorating her fans with her seemingly endless talent.
In 1999, for the 30th anniversary of the original Woodstock festival, organizers planned the three-day Woodstock '99 music festival in an abandoned air force base in Rome, New York. Thousands of people came to the festival. Performers such as Kid Rock and Limp Bizkit performed at the festival. However, all was not peace and love. Bad conditions and inflating prices for water led to riots and looting on the last night of the festival.
The Shield Around the K
Profiles the birth and growth of the punk rock DIY record label, K Records, based in Olympia, Washington.