Jordan Rudess: Keyboard Wizardry 1999

The ultimate in keyboard instructional video is here! Keyboard Wizarddry by Jordan Rudess reveals useful hints and unique exercises to get you over the edge to become a versatile keyboard player. One of the most respected keyboardists in the industry, Jordan Rudess demonstrates his keyboard mastery on this full-length video. Take your playing to the next level with Jordan Rudess, the Juilliard-trained, award-winning keyboardist of Dream Theater! Topics covered include lead improvisation, rhythmic exercises, harmony and voice-leading exercises, finger exercises, synth-programming, bass-line construction, and more. Music from Jordan’s current projects will be featured as well.

Metallica: [1993] Milton Keynes, England 1993

Metallica at Milton Keynes National Bowl, Milton Keynes, England Creeping Death Harvester of Sorrow Welcome Home (Sanitarium) Of Wolf and Man Wherever I May Roam The Thing That Should Not Be The Unforgiven Disposable Heroes Bass Solo Instrumental Medley [Orion / To Live Is To Die / Call Of Ktulu] Guitar Solo The Four Horsemen For Whom the Bell Tolls Fade to Black Master of Puppets [Short Version] Seek & Destroy [Extended Version] Battery Nothing Else Matters Sad But True Last Caress One Enter Sandman So What

Home Run on the Keys 1937

A Warners/Vitaphone short that proves the Vitaphone shorts operation in New York was every bit as capable of making just as bad short subjects as those churned out by Educational Pictures. This one opens up with NY Yankee slugger (retired) Babe Ruth returning from a duck-hunting trip to a cabin shared by musicians Zez Confrey and Byron Gay, and the three of them being inspired to knock off a little highly-forgettable ditty called "Home Run on the Keys." Ruth also takes time to tell of the home run he called on a third strike, but manages to describe it coming in an incorrect situation. The three go back to New York to appear on a radio program where the Vitaphone Orchestra, led by David Mendoza, plays their "new hit". Mendoza, in a rare turn before the cameras, turns the baton over to The Bambino/Sultan of Swat, who directs the orchestra with all the style of a bull in a china shop.

W.A.S.P: The Sting 2002

The Sting is a live album and DVD by the band W.A.S.P. Originally released as a DVD/CD set, it is also available as a CD on its own. The concert was originally recorded and shown as a live webcast, which happened during the bands Helldorado World Tour. The DVD of the show (and the webcast) is the first live footage of the band to feature Blackies signature microphone stand, dubbed 'Elvis' by band and fans alike. This album according to band members is known as "The Sting". It is alleged that Blackie is unhappy with the way the DVD and CD were produced, feeling that the sound is of an inferior quality

Key to the Future

GM's Motorama exhibit in 1956 featured a film that looked into the far distant future of 1976 with predicted a jet age future with electronic digital displays and an On Star like central command that would guide us along our uncrowded path to adventures.

Doctor Who: The Power of Kroll 1978

The Doctor and Romana arrive on the marsh moon of Delta Magna in search of the next segment of the Key to Time. They are caught in the conflict between the native Swampies and the crew of a chemical refinery. The presence of a gun runner complicates matters; to make things worse, the Swampies intend to awaken Kroll, the giant god that lives beneath the swamps.

DeGarmo & Key - Rock Solid: Absolutely Live 1988

Tracklist Casual Christian (Chorus) / Rock Solid / Ready Or Not / Soldier Of Fortune / Six, Six, Six / Don't Stop The Music / Holy Hustle / When The Son Begins To Reign / Are You Ready / Addey / Let The Whole World Sing / Alleluia, Christ Is Coming / Destined To Win / Rock Solid (Reprise)

Alfred's Max Keyboard Complete

See it * Hear it * Play it! A DVD is included with every book in Alfred's MAX[T] Series, offering maximum instruction at a minimum price. You won't just hear the performance, you'll also see how it's done, making it very easy to learn to play. Learn to Play Keyboard Complete combines Levels 1 and 2, and the book and DVD work together so you can see and hear what you're playing. You'll start with the basics like how to sit at the keyboard, read music and play chords, then move on to techniques for several different styles and genres. Styles covered include blues, rock, jazz, classical, and folk, and you'll hear every example performed by a live keyboard player. This is an excellent way to start playing keyboards and quickly move on to the intermediate level!

Eyes on the Prize II: The Keys to the Kingdom 1990

In the 1970s, anti-discrimination rights are put to the test. Boston whites violently resist federal school desegregation order. Atlanta's mayor Jackson proves affirmative action can work, but Bakke decision challenges that policy.

Play Keyboards Now! Chords & Melodies

Now you can learn the basics and beyond in two simple but exciting programmes. Firstly in Chords Mel Reeves - the leading producer of music tuition videos - shows the chords and techniques used by players as diverse as Elton John, Billy Joel, Tony Banks, Oscar Peterson, Tori Amos, and Jerry Lee Lewis! Whicever style of music you want to play, this programme will teach you: Major chords, minor chords, sevenths, added 9ths, suspended 4ths, arpeggio patterns, random arpeggios, chord splitting, rhythms, walking bass lines, boogie and crushed tones. Also learn five complete song accompaniments and play along with the specially recorded tracks. In programme two Melodies Mel has turned his attention to reading music and playing melodies. The result is an exciting programme that will not only teach you note reading, rhythm, rests, ties, and how to move up and down the keyboard with ease - but will also teach you six complete melodies.