Norma 1974

Oroveso, a Druid High Priest, gathers his people in a sacred forest and prays to their gods for help in vanquishing the Romans who have taken over Gaul. Unbeknownst to Oroveso, his daughter, Norma, a High Priestess, has for some time been the lover of Pollione, the leader of the Romans; she has, in fact, not only broken her sacred vow of chastity but has borne two children to the warrior. Norma uses her position to dissuade the Gauls from attacking the Romans, claiming that the gods have told her that the time is not favourable. Recorded at Théâtre Antique d'Orange, 1974

Raid on the White Tiger Regiment 1972

This classic revolutionary model opera is based on a true story during the relatively short-term military conflict in which South Korea's best elite troop the White Tiger Regiment, that was a mechanized force fully equipped by the United States and boasted of being invincible (in a typical South Korean manner of bragging and fabricating), was destroyed in a raid.

Creedance Clearwater Revival: Travelin' Band 1970

Another CCR compilation with exactly the same matherial - just released under a different label and name.. This however is clearly the BEST quality video-tranfers I've seen of these tracks..! Yes - you CAN see it's from video (a bit 'blurred') - but no tape-drops and really worth a look.!

Huey Lewis and the News: Rockpalast Live 1984

Huey Lewis and the News was the can-do band of the 1980s, racking up a string of feel-good tunes for the masses. This 1984 performance from the German music show "Rockpalast" features some of the band's greatest hits, including "Heart of Rock 'n' Roll," "If This Is It," "Workin' For a Livin,'" "Bad Is Bad" and "Do You Believe in Love?" Lewis also rocks out on an extended harmonica solo, proving his talent extends far beyond his powerful pipes.

Un Ballo in Maschera 1990

Verdi - Un ballo in maschera / Domingo · Barstow · Quivar · Jo · Nucci · Rydl · Chaignaud · Wiener Phil. · Solti · Schlesinger · Salzburg Festival 1900

CAN :The Free Concert 1972

The experimental German krautrockers CAN's legendary "Free Concert," recorded in Cologne's Sporthalle, Germany, on February 3, 1972. The circumstances of this Cologne show were unusual. Rather improbably for such an experimental band, Can actually scored a chart success in Germany with "Spoon," which would later be tacked onto the end of Ege Bamyasi.


Sanju Surendran composes a dreamlike and abstract portrait, focusing on the sensorial universe of a hyper-contemporary vestal committed to three thousand-year-old practice.