Monday, February 26, 2007

Kayah (Poland) & Cesária Évora (Cape Verde) - Embarcacao

Patricia Kaas - Entrer dans la lumière

Clever little Lalique moment, did you notice?

Samira Said & Cheb Mami - Youm Wara Youm

Cheb Mami - Le raï c'est chic

Sejong Park (South Korea) - Birthday Boy

Muriel Robin - Le répondeur

Michel Berger - Le Paradis Blanc

Patricia Kaas - Une fille de l'Est

Malheureusement, cette vidéo est déformée, écrasée horizontalement.

Unfortunately, this video is distorted, crushed horizontally.

Johnny Hallyday - Voyage aux ... vivants

Spécial Jacques Higelin et Didier Lockwood au Festival d'Antibes (1986) - Slim Black Boogie; Hold Tight; Victoria

Lee Ritenour - Captain Fingers

Lee Ritenour on MySpace

John Mclaughlin, Kai Eckhardt, Trilok Gurtu - Live

"Four long years had passed since McLaughlin's last record when JMT released Live at the Royal Festival Hall in 1990. The brilliant percussionist Trilok Gurtu, of Oregon fame, joined him—along with superb bassist Kai Eckhardt—to form an exciting band which was to exist in one form or another (with revolving bassists) for five more years. The mostly acoustic music which fills this album, augmented by electric bass and John's guitar synthesizer, is a mix of standard jazz, fusion and Indian-influenced rhythms and melody lines. "

Personnel: John McLaughlin - Guitar; Trilok Gurtu - Percussion; Kai Eckhardt - Bass

Mark Knopfler - Money For Nothing


Wildlife Specials - Tiger

"Dangerous, powerful, but above all breath-takingly beautiful, tigers have for centuries sparked awe and admiration. Yet, it is their very uniqueness which has made them a prized object for hunters. This film could be the last complete portrait of tigers in the wild as there is a real chance they could be extinct within the next decade.

"Their elusive lifestyle has made filming difficult, but after 25 years of the Project Tiger scheme operating in India's Madhya Pradesh, these big cats have become more trusting. An award-winning team of producers and cameramen have teamed up to follow the lives of several tigers by day and, by using low-light cameras, at night. The result shows the majesty of these fascinating animals and the importance of saving them from extinction."

Part 1

Part 2

Part 3

George Galloway on Question Time, 8th June 2006

Part 1

Part 2

Will Israel Bomb Iran?

"This film reveals Israel's view of the threat and gets inside the intensely secret world of the Israeli military, which speaks openly for the first time about what they see as the "existential" threat to Israel, posed by Iran's alleged atomic weapons programme.

"Three of Israel's former prime ministers come together on this issue, comparing the danger to a "new Holocaust".

"This World gains rare access to Israel's highly protected missile factories and satellite surveillance centres, where the arms needed for any potential raid are manufactured."

Ancient Rome: The Rise and Fall of an Empire - Caesar

Alsu (Tatarstan) - Zima (Winter)

Paul McCartney - Hey Jude