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80 Blocks From Tiffany's A Film By Gary Weiss
This engrossing documentary from 1979 is a raw look at South Bronx gang culture. The material is hard as nails, but for 2010 viewers the lack of mediation and self-consciousness is filled with nostalgia.



Art Ensemble Of Chicago Les Stances A Sophie
Theme De Yoyo, the funk jazz classic. The DVD is Moshe Mizrahi's 1970 swinging, fist-waving New Wave flic; and an hour-long interview with Joseph Jarman. The last thousand records, nicely sleeved.



Pina Bausch Orpheus And Eurydice
Her setting of the Christoph Gluck.



Big Fun In The Big Town Bram Van Splunteren's
Crazy Dutchman filming in Harlem, South Bronx, and the Lower East Side in 1986: a teenage LL Cool J on the his nan’s door-step, little Biz Markie beatboxing on stage with Roxanne Shante etc etc... Fantastic stuff.



Tim Buckley My Fleeting House
The live footage is thrilling, charged — especially the Starsailor stuff.



John Cooper Clarke Zip Style
Breakneck punk poetry filmed at the turn of the 1970s — Beasley St, Chickentown, I Married A Monster From Outer Space, Health Fanatic, The Day My Pad Went Mad, and the rest.



Kevin Coyne 1979 Live At WDR-Studio L Cologne
His vocals and guitar, with Zoot Money on keys, doing some of his very best work.



Merce Cunningham Suite For Five, Summerspace, Interscape
1999-2003 revivals, including music by John Cage and Morton Feldman, and costumes and decor by Robert Rauschenberg, filmed by Charles Atlas. (Not that Charles Atlas, you at the back.) With an illustrated essay.



Miles Davis The Bootleg Series Vol. 1: Live In Europe 1967
Only Miles, Wayne Shorter, Herbie Hancock, Ron Carter and Tony Williams playing five full-length concerts never before issued; and the sole known film of this ineffable lineup between 1965-8.



Deep Roots Music Vol 2: Bunny Lee, Black Ark
Lee Perry at the Black Ark, Bunny Lee, The Mighty Diamonds, Wayne Smith, King Jammy, Delroy Wilson, Johnny Clarke, Prince Jazzbo...



Deep Roots Music Vol. 1: Revival, Ranking Sounds
The Skatalites, Count Ossie, Don Drummond, U-Roy, Sir Lord Comic, Tommy McCook, Prince Buster, Icho Candy, Count Matchouki, Jack Ruby...



Deep Roots Music Vol 3: Money In My Pocket, Ghetto Riddims
Dennis Brown, Bob Marley, Charlie Ace, The Skatalites, The Mighty Diamonds, The I-Threes...



Maya Deren Experimental Films
A kind of one-woman US film avant-garde, a bridge from Cocteau and Bunuel to Fellini and Bergman. 'Intensely personal, symbolic and surreal films that reveal her deepest, darkest fantasies' (L.A. Weekly).



Desperate Man Blues Discovering The Roots Of American Music
Legendary record collector, Joe Bussard (founder of Fonotone Records) tells the story of 'real US music' — vintage blues, gospel, jazz, hillbilly —with passionate enthusiasm in his own inimitable style.



The Divine River Ceremonial Pageantry In The Sahel
Shot between 2007 and 2012, Hisham Mayet's film is an exhilarating, hallucinatory, harrowing record of music, ritual, life, and landscape along the Niger River, as it winds through Mali and the Republic of Niger.



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