Les Rallizes Dénudés -1994 Live Final Era

1994年07月10日 10th July 1994 京都・京都大西部講堂 Kyoto University Western Auditorium Seibu-Kodo 首吊りの舞踏会 "Kubitsuri No Butokai" 2 audience shot videos (52:36 & 50:57) of the same concert combining a few angles, accessible via menu Visually, neither of a high-grade master copy, as released by the Ignuitas label, in 2006.

Colosseum - The Complete Reunion Concert Cologne 1994

Reunion concert by Colosseum at the Freiburg Zelt-Musik-Festival in June 1994. Original band members Chris Farlowe (vocals), Dick Heckstall-Smith (saxes), Clem Clempson (guitars) and Dave Greenslade (keyboards) were joined by Mark Clarke (vocals)

Oasis: Time Flies 1994-2009 2010

Time Flies contains all 36 videos ever made by the band (many previously unreleased) including versions made for the UK and American markets. The songs that comprise this DVD span 15 glorious years walked tall alongside a staggering seven consecutive number one albums. Starting with their irresistible debut, 'Supersonic' and finishing with their very last release, 'Falling Down', the album features clips for all of their singles, 23 of them Top Tens including eight #1's. Features 'Wonderwall', 'Live Forever', 'Don't Look Back In Anger', 'Champagne Supernova', 'All Around The World' and many more.

Best Day Ever - Aiden Kesler 1994 - 2011 2011

Comedy - Recently diagnosed with cancer, free-spirited teen Aiden Kesler grabs his video camera, his two best friends and documents their best day ever. Unaware of Aiden's cancer, his friends quickly jump on board, skip school and enjoy their day off. After challenging the school bully to a fight, Aiden continues to push his own boundaries and those of his friends as the day begins to spiral out of control. - Andrew MacFarlane, Jarod Joseph, Christie Burke

Johnny Cash - Live at Montreux 1994 2005

Johnny Cash was making a stunning career comeback following the release of his album "American Recordings" when he arrived in Switzerland for a special festival appearance, which was recorded for this home-video release.

Camel Trophy 1994 - Argentina Paraguay Chile 1994

Never before has the Camel Trophy visited so many of the world's empty quarters, crossed so many borders, or seen such a variety of landscapes as in 1994. By the time they had navigated their way across the vast barren wilderness of the Atacama Desert to the finish line, they had passed through some of the continent's most extreme environments. Sweltering swamplands, impenetrable scrub, deep dry river washouts and sandstone gorges gave way to mountain passes with crumbling edges and hair raising drops. The teams stopped only to build a crucial scientific research station in the foothills of the Andes. For the 36 participants who came in search of challenges that would break new frontiers in human tolerance and adventure, Camel Trophy Argentina Paraguay Chile '94 undoubtedly fulfilled their dreams.

1994 FIA Formula One World Championship Season Review 1994

The 1994 season was the year in which Michael Schumacher won his first title, but it is remembered more for the fatal crashes of Roland Ratzenberger and three-time world champion Ayrton Senna at the same race event. This video captures the atmosphere well, with thoughtful photo tributes to both drivers and many interviews with drivers and team personnel. There are also excerpts from the key press conferences held by Max Mosely held after the accidents. The build up to the season is very good indeed, and there is a range of music used that bring events such as Jean Alesi's first pole position to life. The practice and qualifying sessions are well covered.

The Perfect Storm: Story of the 1994 Montreal Expos 2015

In 1994, the Montreal Expos held the best record in baseball until the mid-August strike and the entire post-season was cancelled.  The team never found success again, and in 2004, the franchise was forced to leave Montreal and move to Washington. This film provides access to powerful behind-the-scenes footage – ranging from the players’ bus ride to the stadium, to their emotional reactions stepping onto the field, to the Montreal fans who have never forgotten baseball’s best team in 1994. Interviews with media who followed the team’s season and discussions with former coaches and players will paint both a thrilling and heartbreaking picture of the influential ‘94 Montreal Expos – a groundbreaking squad whose legacy lives on in Montreal 

Strapping Young Lad: 1994-2006, Chaos Years 2008

A retrospective compilation album from the heavy metal band Strapping Young Lad. The album contains tracks from all of the band's studio albums, as well as a DVD with live footage and music videos.

1994 FIFA World Cup Official Film - Two Billion Hearts 1995

n 1994, the FIFA World Cup™ came to the USA for the first time in history and set the country alight, giving soccer a tremendous boost in the world’s biggest market. Audiences were treble the previous highest ever achieved for soccer in the USA. This film offers an original view of the razzmatazz and vigour of the first US-staged event and captures the agony of the penalty shootout between Brazil and Italy that decided the world title.

Giraffe - The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway - Progfest 1994 1994

In 1994, Kevin Gilbert reformed his progressive rock band Giraffe for one special performance of Genesis' opus The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway at Progfest 94. The concert took place at the Variety Arts Center in Los Angeles, CA on November 5, 1994. The performance does not include the entire Lamb album (several songs were omitted due to time constraints), but two non-Lamb Genesis tracks were included in the set.

1994 NCAA(r) Division I Men's Basketball Championship - Arkansas vs. Duke 1994

With 23,674 people watching, including President Clinton, Arkansas' Scotty Thurman knocked down a three-pointer with 50 seconds left to lead the Razorbacks to a 76-72 win over Duke. Sophomore Corliss Williamson had 23 points and eight rebounds and was instrumental in Arkansas' comeback from a 10-point second-half deficit.

Spike TV VGA Video Game Awards 2003

Spike TV's Video Game Awards pays tribute to the outstanding achievements of games, designers, animation, breakthrough technology, music and performances of the past year in the industry. The awards also provide a glimpse at the future of gaming, including exclusive sneak peeks and world premiere footage of some of the most anticipated games from the years to come.

CMT Music Awards 2005

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Kids' Voice Awards

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The 2017 JUNO Awards

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Teen Choice Awards 1999

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Blues Music Awards

This event brings together Blues performers, industry representatives, and fans from all over the world to celebrate the best in Blues recordings and performances from the previous year. The BMAs are generally recognized as the highest honor given to blues musicians and are awarded by vote of Blues Foundation members.

Radio Disney Music Awards 2016

The 2016 awards are presented at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. Scheduled performers: Ariana Grande; Flo Rida; Kelsea Ballerini; DNCE; Hailee Steinfeld; Laura Marano; Zara Larsson; Jordan Smith; Daya; Sofia Carson; and Sabrina Carpenter.

TV Week Logie Awards

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Music Week Awards 2017

The Music Week Awards are the UK's only music awards that recognise labels, publishing, live, retail, A&R, radio, marketing and PR. Celebrating the very finest achievements, companies and individuals from across all sectors of the biz, the event will take place at London’s Grosvenor House Hotel on Wednesday, April 5th 2017. This year, the awards will feature a number of brand new categories alongside traditionally hotly-contested categories such as Record Company Of The Year, Manager Of The Year, and the A&R Award, plus many, many more. Each year these prestigious awards are peer-voted and judged by an independent panel of specialist judges, and over 900 of the industry's leading figures will attend to celebrate the achievements of the top music industry professionals and teams.

MTV Woodie Awards

Rick Ross hosts and performs at the 13th annual event, which spotlights emerging artists. From the South by Southwest Music Festival in Austin, Texas.

BBC Music Awards

Music awards show celebrating the best in popular music from the last 12 months with spectacular performances and surprising collaborations from some of the biggest names in the business. Awards include BBC Music Artist of the Year, Song of the Year, the BBC Music Introducing Artist of the Year and more.

MuchMusic Video Awards

The MuchMusic Video Awards are annual awards presented by the Canadian music video channel MuchMusic to honour the year's best music videos. In their modern form, the awards ceremony is not held in a conventional theatre, but instead as a large street party incorporating the MuchMusic World Headquarters, its parking lot, and parts of Queen Street West in downtown Toronto, Ontario. There are no hosts or announcers in the traditional awards-show fashion; instead, the MuchMusic VJs are an integral part of the festivities, introducing the awards' presenters and winners throughout the show. As with many modern awards shows, many presenters and performers may have little or no connection to the music industry or that year's nominees. For each year's MMVAs viewers are encouraged to visit the website to vote for People's Choice Awards for both an International Group and Artist as well as a Canadian Group and Artist. The most nominated and awarded band in MMVA history to date is the Canadian rock band Billy Talent.

American Music Awards 1974

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MTV Europe Music Awards

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