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New York Dolls, Renaissance, Lady Gaga, Jeff Healy Documentaries Added to Netflix & Amazon

by VVN Music

The following are music documentaries and concerts added to Netflix and Yahoo Prime over the last week:

  • Gaga: Five Foot Two - Follow pop provocateur Lady Gaga as she releases a new album, preps for her Super Bowl halftime show, and confronts physical and emotional struggles.
  • A.I.M.S. Gala: Live At The Royal Albert Hall - Rolling Stone Bill Wyman formed A.I.M.S. (Ambitions, Ideas, Motivation, Success) as a project to give up and coming bands a chance to record and perform along with some of the the hottest recording artists today. Featuring superb performances by some of the most outstanding musicians of our time like Ron Wood, Elvis Costello, Chrissie Hynde, Chris Rea and more.
  • Jeff Healey and the Jazz Wizards: Beautiful Noise - Originally recorded for the Canadian TV show "A Beautiful Noise" (Toronto - January 2006), this program includes additional interview and musical footage. Healey, playing trumpet and guitar, leads his excellent band The Jazz Wizards forward into musical history.
  • New York Dolls: Lookin' Fine on Television - The legendary and infamous New York Dolls at their best! Amazing rare live clips and interviews filmed by Bob Gruen and Nadya Beck in the 70s. Footage from early shows in NYC all the way to the TV studios, clubs and swimming pools of Los Angeles. Black and white film was never so colorful! Includes ripping versions of "Personality Crisis,""Who Are the Mystery Girls'""Babylon" and more.
  • The Beatles: From the Beginning to the End - Beginning with their first performances in Liverpool and Hamburg nightclubs, this documentary follows the incredible rise of the Beatles to a worldwide phenomenon. There are many ""behind the scenes"" insights into the group giving us a glimse into John, Paul, George and Ringo rarely seen. Follow the boys on their journey from their first film, through the recording of Sgt Pepper, through John & Yoko's Bed In, and more. The saga ends tragically with John's death and John looking back and answering questions on life, drugs and peace. It's a stirring tribute to the four boys from Liverpool who changed the direction of popular music forever.
  • Renaissance: Song of Scheherezade - Two classic live shows: Capitol Theatre - Passiac, NJ (1976) and Convention Hall - Asbury Park, NJ (1979) from one of the great progressive-rock bands of all time.