Dada came out of the craziness of World War One. "The birth of Dada was not the beginning of art but of disgust." Surrealism tried to systematize Dada's anarchy into an artistic blend of Freudian psychoanalysis and Marxist provocation. In the interests of conquering the irrational, Salvador Dali opened exhibitions dressed in a diving suit, Marcel Duchamp turned himself into woman, Benjamin Peret assaulted priests, and Yves Tanguy ate spiders. Andre Breton, nicknamed "the Pope of Surrealism", led an inspired gang of artists, lunatics and writers. By the 1950s they were denouncing each other for betraying the movement, but their ideas had infected Hollywood, advertising agencies and were turning up as TV humor and album covers.
The Griswalds win a vacation to Europe on a game show, and thus pack their bags for the continent. They do their best to catch the flavor of Europe, but they just don't know how to be be good tourists. Besides, they have trouble taking holidays in countries where they CAN speak the language.
Portabella is putting forward the second part of one of his historic works, the “General report on certain matters of interest for a public screening”, which peeked out in 1976 at the start of the political transition process after Franco’s death. This second “Report” is made in the context of a severe systemic crisis in the cultural, economic-financial, political and energy fields. Above all, it nevertheless bears witness to the way civil society is coming out of this crisis with a new prominence, consisting quite simply in ordinary people’s recovering politics.
This distinctive documentary portrait of Prague extolls the beauty, significance and spirit of the ancient city adopting modern way of life. The form and content of the film share a common underlining principle. The author doesn't simply list out the sequence of events, but rather approaches them in a broader context of their historic implications and circumstances. The content of the film covers a large period from the pagan times to these days. The facts are grouped under several general headings (paganry, the spread of Christianity, renaissance, baroq and modern times) with allusions to the modern life of Prague and Praguers that has its roots in those times.
Axel Rudi Pell - Live Over Europe movie was released Apr 08, 2008 by the Ryko Distribution studio. German guitar god Axel Rudi Pell has been stunning audiences with his prowess for over 25 years.
The story speaks about the people who want to work, or want to change the world into a better place to live. All the characters in this film have no existence outside the imagination of the author and are inspired by the Balkan way of living. This is a story about the illusions of the Don Quixotes of the Balkans and their life style. Georgij is one of these. He is young, enthusiastic, well-mannered and a charming and committed teacher with an invincible spirit who wants to bring all innovations from the New World, which is Europe, to the Balkans. He opposes traditional Balkan skepticism and does not accept the status quo.
Hardwell takes the stage at the 5th edition of Ultra Europe, in Split, Croatia, on July 16, 2017, to perform an amazing display of audio artwork.
Released in 2003, it documents the November 12, 2001 show by the band at the 013 Club, Tilburg, Netherlands. The show was part of the tour to support the band's second studio album, Bridge Across Forever. In keeping with the tradition of covering a classic progressive rock epic on each release, Live In Europe features the band running through The Beatles' Abbey Road medley as part of the intentionally Beatle-esque "Suite Charlotte Pike." Rather than being a straight cover version, each section of "Suite Charlotte Pike" is juxtaposed with a section of the Abbey Road medley.
LIVE IN EUROPE documents Of FM's exploits during the summer of 2011 when we played at major festivals such as Download and Graspop Metal Meeting, shows with Journey and Foreigner in Germany and Ireland, and Lisbon with D-A-D. Also featured is a bonus section of our January 2011 performance as Special Guests of Thin Lizzy at London’s legendary Hammersmith Apollo.
2013 live release from this supergroup consisting of Mike Portnoy (Dream Theater), Dave LaRue (Joe Satriani) Neal Morse (Spock's Beard), Casey McPherson (Alpha Rev), and Steve Morse (Deep Purple). Flying Colors launched in 2012 following a formation that began with a simple idea: virtuoso musicians and a pop singer joining together to make new-fashioned music the old fashioned way. Refreshing, classic, old and new, the recordings are saturated with the many styles, tones and hues of the players who in becoming a band delivered a unique fusion of vintage craftsmanship and contemporary music. Live In Europe captures the quintet in Tilberg, Holland performing at 013 on September 20, 2012.
Live from the Dark is a DVD released by the Swedish hard rock band Europe. The main feature is a concert filmed at the Hammersmith Apollo in London, England on November 15, 2004.
P!nk's Live In Europe finds the acclaimed pop singer delivering hit after hit on 2004's Try This Tour. This dynamic stage show features stylized versions of "Trouble," "God Is A DJ," "Feel Good Time" and covers of Guns N' Roses and Janis Joplin.
EUROPE - The Grand Tour! It is the dream of travelers the world over, a chance to see the sights we all know best: London, Paris, Rome, Big Ben, the Eiffel Tower, the Colosseum and more. So come along and experience the grandeur as Europe comes alive through its incomparible history, the hum of its traffic, the rattle of trams, and the noisy chatter of its cafes.
1.Got to Have Faith2.Forever Traveling3.Devil Sings the Blues4.Wish You Were Here5.Dreamer6.Love to Love7.The Final Countdown8.Yesterday's News9.Since I've Been Loving You10.Hero11.Suicide12.Memories13.Superstitious14.Rock the Night