A musical prodigy who signed his first record deal just after finishing high school, Prince’s first two albums, 1978’s For You and 1979’s Prince, were a slick blend of soft-focus disco-funk and falsetto vocals. But 1980’s Dirty Mind made him an artist to reckon with; its raw, unfiltered quality dazzled rock critics and set the stage for Prince’s dominance of the ‘80s pop scene. At the end of 1982, he released 1999, which yielded the hit, “Little Red Corvette,” as well as the title track, an ode to partying in a nuclear apocalypse. On Purple Rain, Prince transformed his obsessions about sex, religion and technology into a galvanizing stadium-ready sound. By the ‘90s, Prince’s commercial impact waned, although he occasionally logged hits like 1992’s “Cream” and 1994’s “The Most Beautiful Girl in the World.” But Prince was still widely recognized as one of the most influential musicians alive and could sell out an arena with only a few days’ notice. On April 21, 2016, Prince, 57, shocked the world when he collapsed from an accidental fentanyl overdose and died moments later. Amidst a worldwide outpouring of grief, government buildings, o... See More
Prince Concert Films
Runtime: 45 minIn recent times, music lovers have been confounded with the tragic and shocking news that some of their most beloved stars had passed away in controversial circumstances. The music world has again been stunned by the sudden and tragic news that Prince, the legendary musician, died at his home in Minneapolis at the age of just 57, and it was recently confirmed the singer died of an opioid overdose. He was one of the most naturally gifted artists of all time, and also one of the most mysterious. In the Eighties, at a time when other megastars such as Michael Jackson, Bruce Springsteen, and Madonna, were delivering an album every three years or so, Prince remained prolific to an almost inhuman degree. A byproduct of his inexhaustible output was Prince's tendency toward wayward, self-indulgent career moves that sometimes alienated even his most ardent supporters. His influence is unparalleled, and his legacy will live on through his inspirational music. In this fascinating documentary, we take an in depth look into the life and times of one of music’s greatest performers…Prince.
Runtime: 2 hr 48 minThis film explores and documents the strange but prophetic mid-1990s period in Prince's career during which he took full control of his music and the way it was sold. With the help of those who witnessed the key events as they unfolded, this feature shows that Prince is not just a remarkable musician, performer and composer, but arguably, also has the shrewdest brain in show business.
The Unauthorized Biography: Reign Of The Prince Of Ages
Runtime: 1 hrDocumentary focusing on the legendary musician's life and work, from his troubled childhood in Minneapolis to becoming one of the most popular and innovative artists in contemporary music.
Up Close & Personal
Runtime: 60 minHe gained fame in the late 70's with hits like "I Wanna to Be Your Lover" & "Why You Want to Treat me So Bad'". His rise to stardom was gradual, but inevitable. His passion for music has allowed him to sell over 100 million albums worldwide. In 2004, he was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. Prince was one of the hardest working men in show business.
Prince Top Tracks
Just Let Go: Live
Runtime: 1 hr 42 min“Just Let Go” combines full live performances from Lenny Kravitz’s 2014 European Tour with interviews and rehearsal footage to give a unique insight into the creative process behind Lenny Kravitz’s music and the staging and presentation of his live performances. The film contrasts the intimacy of conversations with Lenny and his band and footage from rehearsals and behind the scenes on the tour with the spectacular live performances of his best loved tracks including “It Ain’t Over ‘Til It’s Over”, “Are You Gonna Go My Way”, “Let Love Rule”, “Fly Away”, “The Chamber”, “American Woman”, “Dig In” and more.
Live at Montreux
Runtime: 1 hr 39 minMarvin Gaye blazed the trail for the continued evolution of popular black music moving from lean, powerful R&B to stylish, sophisticated soul to finally arrive at an intensely political and personal form of artistic self-expression. His work not only redefined soul music as a creative force but also expanded its impact as an agent for social change. Marvin Gaye recorded at the Montreux Casino on July 7, 1980, during the Montreux Jazz Festival.
The Lost Tapes
Runtime: 1 hr 16 minIn 1979, James Brown made a memorable comeback performance featuring an unbelievable 20 minute version of 'Sex Machine'. This performance is available after years of being 'lost'.
Live in London
Runtime: 2 hr 13 minGeorge Michael winds down his 25 Live tour in his first-ever concert film, which finds the former Wham! leading man revisiting hits familiar and fresh in two sold-out shows at London's Earls Court. Michael's impeccable vocals take center stage, and his pop-song prowess is driven home with such classics as "Faith," "Freedom" and "One More Try." Even "Careless Whisper" gets a nod, as does the Police's "Roxanne."