Ravi Shankar at Monterey Pop Festival 1967

Ravi Shankar was another artist who was introduced to America at the Monterey festival. Eighteen minutes of Dhun in Dadra Tal and Teental, an excerpt from Shankar's four-hour performance at the 1967 Monterey Pop Festival, concluded the Monterey Pop film, introducing the artist to a new generation of music fans.

Frank Zappa - Strictly Genteel

"I believe, I believe I am strictly genteel!"

Frank Zappa and his band playing Strictly Genteel at the Palladium in NYC, during the Halloween show, 1981-10-31.

Frank Zappa - lead guitar, lead vocals, band leader

Ray White - rhythm guitar, vocals

Steve Vai - guitar, sitar

Tommy Mars - keyboards

Robert Martin - keyboards, tenor saxophone, vocals

Ed Mann - percussion

Scott Thunes - bass

Chad Wackerman - drums

George Harrison with Dick Cavett Part 1

A vintage interview with Dick Cavett. Recorded 40 years ago (November 23, 1971), the conversation starts with light chit-chat, then (around the 5:30 mark) gets to some bigger questions -- Did Yoko break up the band? Did the other Beatles hold him back musically? Why have drugs been so present in the rock n roll world, and did The Beatles flirtation with LSD lead youngsters astray? And is there any relationship between drugs and the Indian music that so fascinated Harrison? It was a question better left to Ravi Shankar to answer, and that he did.

Steve Vai - Where The Wild Things Are

Guitar legend Steve Vai will release his concert film and live album "Live In Minneapolis - Where The Wild Things Are" September 29th, 2009 on Favored Nations Records. The show was recorded and filmed at the State Theatre in Minneapolis, MN before a sold-out audience as part of Vais successful Sound Theories world tour.

Vai is widely known for both his unprecedented guitar playing techniques and the unique design of his signature series Ibanez Jem guitar. But his fans have become inextricably drawn to his melodic depth, and dynamic stage performance. The continued evolution of his craft is made apparent in the astonishing musicianship presented in "Live In Minneapolis - Where The Wild Things Are". The 2 hour and 40 minute set contains several new tracks and re-orchestrated pieces culled from his rich catalog. His guitar-wielding extravaganza in 'The Murder' is an artistic performance piece that must be seen to be believed.

The addition of virtuoso violinists Alex DePue and Ann Marie Calhoun add a dazzling dimension to Vai's compositions and stage show, delivering fans the unexpected edge they always expect. Other world-class musicians chosen for Vai's band are: Bryan Beller (bass), Jeremy Colson (drums), Dave Weiner (guitar and sitar) and Zack Wiesinger (lap steel).

A Chairy Tale

Circa 1957, this groundbreaking Oscar-nominated short film stars a simple chair that refuses to be sat upon.

RT 9:54, musical accompaniment by Ravi Shankar and Chatur Lal.

Concert For Bangladesh: Part I of II

Benefit concert organized by George Harrison and Ravi Shankar, held at noon and at 7:00 p.m. on August 1, 1971, playing to a total of 40,000 people at Madison Square Garden in New York City. Organized for the relief of refugees in East Pakistan (now independent Bangladesh), the event was the first benefit concert of this magnitude in world history. It featured an all-star supergroup of performers that included Bob Dylan, Eric Clapton, Ringo Starr, Billy Preston and Leon Russell. RT 47:38.

Watchtower - Bradley Fish on 12 Instrument

Bradley Fish sings and plays "All along the Watchtower" on 12 instruments. Recorded LIVE in the studio -- NO Overdubs or Loops. In this video, Bradley Fish sings and plays Guitar, Guzheng (Chinese Zither), Baritone Dulcimer, Chromatic Dulcimer, China Cymbal, German Concert Zither, Sitar, Conga, Chimes, Vibraslap, Gungru (Indian...