Honda: The Dream Comes True

Not the manufacturer. RT 11:39.

The simplicity, the genius, the emotions are the basis of this short film where Soichiro Honda is talked about for the first time.

Behind the Big News

Who is behind all the propaganda and what is the purpose of it? Behind the Big News pulls aside the curtains.

Neil Young: Austin City Limits, 1984

An excellent quality broadcast recording of Neil Young on Austin City Limits, from September 25th, 1984.

Running time is 63:21, quality is 8/10, and tracks performed are as follows: Are You Ready for the Country, Are There Any More Real Cowboys, Comes a Time, Field of Opportunity, Amber Jean, Roll Another Number (For the Road), Heart of Gold, Good Phone Lyrics, The Needle and the Damage Done, Helpless, California Sunset, Old Man, Powderfinger, Get Back to the Country, Down By the River

Monty Python: Italian Lesson

from Monty Python's Flying Circus
Season 1 - Episode 01 - Whither Canada?
Recorded 07-06-69 , Aired 05-10-69

I'm slowly uploading the entire Flying Circus series... Got any requests?

CSN: Just a Song Before I Go, Live

Song from Crosby, Stills and Nash that appeared on the 1977 album CSN. It was also released as a single and made it to number seven on the Billboard singles charts.

The song was written by Graham Nash about leaving loved ones behind before going on a concert tour. He wrote the song in 15 minutes on a dare from his driver while en route to the airport.

Johnny Cash: I Am The Nation

Johnny Cash's America was not red, white, or blue, but black. And that blackness contained multitudes. While society has become increasingly divided. Cash navigated some of the most contentious issue of our time - war, prison, reform, youth discontent, religion, Native American rights - without losing his audience. Americans who can agree on little else have agreed on Johnny Cash. What lessons can be learned from his story?

Johnny Cash's America blends biography, essay, and music to explore the meaning of one American's life. The film, which will be seen on A&E's Biography starting end of October (just in time for the election), chapters Cash's life, his agricultural roots, finding his voice within the original rock and rollers, his commitment to family and self education, his anger at the treatment of Native Americans, his refusal to let prisoners be forgotten, America's wars - his support and resistance, and patriotism even when questioning the government. All things that are totally relevant today.