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    CHILLOUT:  The Beauty of Flight

     Pilotes de Chasse Marine Nationale - French Navy Fighters Pilots set to beautiful chill out music - incredible scenery and photography ...

    60 Min

    Decadence: The Meaninglessness of Modern Life

     Decadence: The Meaninglessness of Modern Life is a six-part television documentary series commissioned by SBS Independent and produced by Fork Films. The series is hosted by Pria Viswalingam, who is best known for his work on the travel show A Fork in the Road. Decadence was originally broadcast on the Special Broadcasting Service (SBS) of Australia in 2006 in the form of six, thirty-minute-long episodes (including advertisements). It was re-screened again in 2007 as part of the SBS season on globalisation.The series examined the decadence and meaninglessness of modern, western life. It is also posed the question: 'If we live in such a great and prosperous world, and we are living longer, better, and healthier than before, why are we so unhappy?' There were interviews with prominent experts and leaders in their fields throughout the series including John Tirman, Cardinal George Pell, Avner Offer, Susan Greenfield, Phillip Knightley, Kishore Mahbubani, Noam Chomsky,and John Spong. ...

    156 Min

    Fields Of The Nephilim CEREMONIES Live

    Ceromonies is a three-disc DVD and CD set from Fields of the Nephilim, featuring footage recorded July 12 and 13, 2008, at London’s Shepherds Bush Empire. It was released in April 2012. "Ceromonies" is an intentional misspelling; the dates were chosen in honor of the anniversary of the birth of John Dee, Queen Elizabeth I’s astrologer. The word also refers to the word "zero" in other languages ...

    63 Min

    Pink Floyd – The Last Concert

    On 2 July 2005 Pink Floyd performed at the London Live 8 concert with Roger Waters rejoining David Gilmour, Nick Mason and Richard Wright. It was the quartet's first performance together in over 24 years — the band's last show with Waters was at Earls Court in London on 17 June 1981.Few bands in rock and roll history have the legendary musical status as Pink Floyd. The classic art rockers redefined music with albums like Meddle, Dark Side of the Moon, The Wall, Animals, Wish You Were Here and countless others, offering a unique blend that incorporated rock, jazz, psychedelia and so much more.Despite their fanbase’s wild devotion, tensions between David Gilmour and Roger Waters caused rifts within the band’s musical fabric. After dominating the charts for most of the 70’s, the classic Pink Floyd lineup was never the same after that decade, as members would go in and out of the Pink Floyd family. The band toured without Waters until 1994, and only reunited with him once; in 2005, at the global awareness concert, Live 8. The show was the first time that the band played together in 24 years, and it would also be the last.With keyboardist Rick Wright‘s passing in 2008, the end of the Pink Floyd legacy was all but cemented. Waters and Gilmour have both openly said that they have no intention of reuniting Pink Floyd, though even if they did, the band would not be the same without Wright’s iconic work on the keys. In honor of the group’s legacy, we wanted to share footage from the group’s final performance.Taken from Live 8 on this day 14 years ago, July 2nd, 2005, watch all four core members of Pink Floyd (with no disrespect to Syd Barrett, who hadn’t been a part of Floyd since 1968) perform “Speak To Me/Breathe”, “Money”, “Wish You Were Here”, and “Comfortably Numb”. ...

    24 Min

    Rainbow Live in Munich 1977

    Live in Munich 1977 is a live album and DVD released by the British hard rock band Rainbow in 2006.The concert was recorded in Munich on 20 October 1977, originally filmed to air on the German Rockpalast TV show. Repeated airings have led to numerous bootleg video and audio tapes of the show being available through the 80's and 90's. The set is not from the same tour that produced the previously released live album On Stage (which was mostly culled from their 1976 Japanese tour), but from their 1977 European tour, a few months prior to the release of Long Live Rock 'n' Roll, with a different bass player and keyboardist. ...

    98 Min

    Whitewater Presents: EXPLORE. The Al Hajar Traverse

     The plan was to bikepack across the Al Hajar Mountains in northern Oman. Things didn't go as planned. For more stories: https://stories.usnwc.org/edition-13/Presented by the U.S. National Whitewater Center http://www.usnwc.orgDIRECTED: Tyler Allyn + Cooper LamblaEDITING AND CINEMATOGRAPHY: Tyler AllynADDITIONAL CINEMATOGRAPHY: Cooper LamblaMUSIC:Fellini Félin - Macadam (Dorian and The Dawn Riders)Agnes Obel - FamiliarKing Creosote - You Just WantFEATURING: The Al Hajar Mountains, The Generous People of the Sultanate of Oman, Saqr Tyler Allyn, Tim Koerber, Cooper LamblaTHANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU! - Saqr, Camel, Omar, Mustafa, Muhammad, Cory Marshman, Lee Flythe, Adam Bratton, Kim Markowski, Oman’s National Survey Authority and the Ministry of Tourism, His Majesty, Ken and June Lambla, Laurie Reed, Jeff Wise, Tom Blake, Burke Sanders, Outdoor Sports Marketing, Nolan Davis, Rion Smith, Alexis Decosimo, Playing to Live!, The Hub and Pisgah Tavern, Sam Koerber, Jim and Janet Koerber, Fanie Kok, Jeff Saer, Douglas Armstrong, and The Midwood Guitar Studio ...

    14 Min

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