In Greenwich Village in the early 1960s, gifted but volatile folk musician Llewyn Davis struggles with money, relationships, and his uncertain future following the suicide of his singing partner.
Based on the incredible true story, The Express follows the inspirational life of college football hero Ernie Davis, the first African-American to win the Heisman Trophy.
An exploration of the life and music of Miles Davis.
The life and successes of iconic music executive Clive Davis, from his miraculous start at Columbia Records through his trailblazing work at Arista Records and J Records, with a heavy dose of outstanding music sprinkled in between.
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A 42-minute making-of documentary, "Inside 'Inside Llewyn Davis,'" produced and directed by David Prior. A number of cast and key crew people are interviewed, but, not surprisingly, the Coens, music supervisor T-Bone Burnett, and lead Oscar Isaac dominate the proceedings.
Dynamic comic DeRay Davis hits the stage like a ball of fire, nailing the finer points of living, dating and handling show business as a black man.
Comedian Ken Davis explains why so many people lose their passion for life, then lays out a path for once again becoming fully alive.
Great video of Miles playing with sextet and Evans orchestra. A TV program hosted by Robert Herridge, The Robert Herridge Theater from Studio 61, and recorded in New York in 1959. With the legendary Miles Davis Quintet featuring John Coltrane, Wynton Kelly, Paul Chambers, Jimmy Cobb and enhanced by the Gil Evans Orchestra.
Kind Of Blue: Celebrating A Masterpiece incorporates material from the 2004 mini-documentary, Made In Heaven, including black-and-white still photography of the recording sessions and the voices of Miles (at the sessions), as well as excerpts of radio interviews with the late Bill Evans.
Marty's about to make a killing in the music business
Showing the employees leaving the factory at noon.
Laugh out loud and be inspired by motivational speaker Ken Davis in a comedy concert for the whole family. The best-selling author and radio and television personality entertains with friends McNair Wilson (Earl the Usher), Mike Williams, Joyce Sankey, Bob Stromberg and Taylor Mason and his wisecracking puppets. The group performs hilarious skits and shares heartwarming stories of faith and redemption.
This episode of the hit TV show Bananas features comedian Ken Davis going totally "bananas!" Watching Ken perform is as enjoyable as eating cake batter right out of the mixing bowl. His off-center views of everyday life makes you think once…and laugh twice! You’ll find breathing a difficult task while laughing along with Ken Davis! Bananas is more than just stand-up--it’s hilarious interviews, as well as some comical unscripted moments caught on tape. Best of all, it’s good clean fun for the entire family! A frequent radio and television guest, Ken Davis is one of the country’s most sought after comedians. His mixture of sidesplitting humor and inspiration delights audiences of all ages. Ken’s daily syndicated radio show Lighten Up! with Ken Davis is heard on over 1,200 radio stations nationwide. He has been a frequent guest on Focus on the Family and is a featured speaker for Promise Keeper events. Ken has performed with the likes of Bill Gaither, Ray Charles and Ben Vereen.
In the aftermath of the arrest of Angela Davis, Jean Genet reads a text denouncing racist US policy, supporting the Black Panthers party and Angela Davis for a television show that will be completely censored.
An aspiring songwriter from a small steel town, Betty Mabry Davis arrived on the scene to break boundaries for women with her daring personality, iconic fashion style and outrageous funk. She befriended Jimi Hendrix and Sly Stone, wrote songs for the Chambers Brothers and The Commodores and married Miles Davis - turning him from jazz to funk and then went on to ignite stages in the 70s with her sassy sexed up mix of hard rock and bluesy funk, inspiring artists from prince to Erykah Badu to Karen 0 and Peaches. Then she vanished...
A standard biography of the famed actress recounting her childhood, early films and her rise to stardom. Her father abandoned the family when she was quite young and she remained close to her domineering mother. As she became more popular she had many fights with Jack Warner, the head of Warner Brothers studio, but eventually managed to exert greater control over her career. She was nominated for several Oscars. Her private life life included several failed marriages and she was deeply hurt when her daughter, who was her closest companion for several years, wrote a tell-all and unflattering memoir of her life.
This British documentary shows the complex layers of legendary jazz trumpeter Miles Davis, who was a major innovator in post-bop, cool jazz, hard-bop and fusion. Davis's raw-edged trumpet tones were some of the most evocative sounds ever heard. This profile captues the magnificent and mercurial artist -- one of the most identifiable and misunderstood pop icons of the 20th century -- through rare footage and interviews.
Unearthed contains footage of over 40 years of the best of the best of Ken Davis including loads of ancient, never before seen footage. Join Ken as he walks you through his career from his early magic act and student assemblies to comedy club routines, sold out stadium events, and a theatrical feature film release. This DVD is a compilation of some of Ken's legendary routines including the barf bag routine, his newspaper routine, and his classic ski routine. In addition, you will see ancient clips from the very early years of Ken's life—family photos and performances in Denver comedy clubs. You’ll be stunned as you watch a shirtless Ken prance across the stage dressed like the genie in the movie Aladdin. This scene alone is worth the price of the entire DVD! Unearthed is a fascinating reflection of how God molded and shaped Ken's career. You will be inspired by the laughter and the unmistakable message of hope and faith that is Ken's legacy.
This famous bootleg DVD was finally released as part of LIVE in Europe 1967: The Bootleg Series Vol. 1 in 2011. Miles Davis second great quintet: Bass – Ron Carter Drums – Tony Williams Piano – Herbie Hancock Saxophone [Tenor] – Wayne Shorter Trumpet – Miles Davis Tracklist: 1. Agitation (Composed By – Miles Davis) 2. Footprints (Composed By – Wayne Shorter) 3. Around Midnight (Composed By – Thelonious Monk) 4. Gingerbread Boy / Into The Theme (Composed By – Jimmy Heath, Miles Davis) 5. I Fall In Love Too Easily (Composed By – Jule Styne, Lyrics By – Sammy Cahn) [1-4] Recorded Live At Konserthuset, Stockholm. Sweden On October 31, 1967  Stadthalle, Karlsruhe, Germany On November 7, 1967
Davis Rules is an American sitcom broadcast on ABC in 1991 and on CBS in 1992. The series was produced by Carsey-Werner Productions.
After being murdered moments into his first episode, comedian Brett Davis' roster of twisted characters guest host their own "special" each week, with celebrity guests, live music and comedians from NYC's underground comedy scene.
The Geena Davis Show is an American sitcom starring Geena Davis. The show lasted one season on ABC.
The Stu Davis Show was a Canadian country music television series which aired on CBC Television in 1966.
Davis at Large is an Irish variety and chat show presented by Derek Davis. The studio-based show aired on Friday nights, and later on Sunday nights, between 2 November 1984 and 23 February 1986.
AAA Presents Highroads with Dan Davis Join TV host Dan Davis every week for a 30-minute travel and lifestyle show highlighting things to see and do in Arizona and beyond. AAA Presents Highroads with Dan Davis is a Rocky Mountain Emmy Award winner and a seven-time Telly Award winner, so tune in to find out what the buzz is all about!
James Davis uses a unique style of comedy to explore contemporary urban topics.
The Sammy Davis Jr. Show is short-lived musical variety series hosted by Sammy Davis Jr. that aired on NBC in 1966.
Warwick Davis is joined by his family for this new series about holidaying in Great Britain. As a keen ‘staycationer’, Warwick loves nothing more than spending time in Britain rather than travelling abroad, however his family don’t feel quite the same way. Over six episodes, Warwick and his wife Sam, kids Annabelle and Harrison and dog Sherlock explore the British Isles investigating what makes a quintessential British holiday. Warwick also tries to convince them of the benefits of holidaying near home. The Davis family visit some of Britain’s most famous holiday spots, camping, caravanning or staying in their campervan. As well as showing some of the great destinations the UK has to offer, the series is also an amusing insight into how families behave on holiday.