Northshore Concert Band on tour in Paris, Stephen Peterson. John Lynch. Lawrence Stoffel. The track listing can be seen here.
Posters: H. Daily departures from Weirs Beach with spectacular views of New England fall foliage. Departures from Weirs Beach on evenings from May to October. Since their beginnings as a small chamber orchestra on Melody Island in Lake Winnipesaukee in , the New Hampshire Music Festival has grown to be an important part of the cultural life of the Lakes Region of New Hampshire. Classical music, family concerts, Music in the Mountains.
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This former freight depot in view of many historical landmarks has been completely renovated with modern amenities and a large dance floor. One of these performances is a cover of the Grateful Dead song Wharf Rat. Two, This collection of performances from the Jammys includes two tracks that include Bill Kreutzmann and Mickey Hart.
Chasin' Gus' Ghost, Documentary, This documentary about the history of jug band music includes an interview with Bob Weir. Bruce Hornsby performs on one track with Bonnie Raitt. Includes segments of an interview with Jerry Garcia. Includes a bonus disc of behind the scenes footage. Includes covers of two Grateful Dead songs plus other songs from the Dead repertoire.
Includes a cover of Cumberland Blues. Celebrity, A high school big band, credited as the "High School Reunion Band", plays a version of Truckin' during a scene at a high school reunion in this movie.
The version of Angel From Montgomery includes a snippet of Sugaree. Louis on November 24, Includes covers of many Grateful Dead songs. Includes 2 songs that were co-written by Jerry Garcia. Also includes covers of a number of Grateful Dead songs. The deluxe edition includes a jam based on the Grateful Dead song St.
The songs were released on the JamBase site on 50 consecutive days with the final song being released on July 5, Heavenly Bodies, Video release of movie. The soundtrack of this movie includes a Tubes song from the period when Vince Welnick was a member of the group. Dominoes: An Uncensored Journey through the 60's, Documentary, Video release of a documentary. Produced by John Re, consisting of film footage of 60's events.
Sixties music played in the background includes a section of Dark Star. He felt that "despite the injection of 'contemporary' and 'mature' situations, the mix of regular prime-time TV is no less banal or blatantly manipulative than it ever was. Adopting a highly alarmist stance, Power published what was, in essence, an angry manifesto blasting the networks:. A guy falls out of a high-rise building, his arms flail and his necktie flaps A race car spins, crashes, and bursts into flame, and you know the driver felt the skin being fried away from his body An airplane explodes in mid-flight; a yacht is ripped apart in a harbor.
Something has happened to the people inside To the sensitive observer, the reaction is of depression and loss. To the insensitive, there is the strengthening of a condition that human life is cheap. Power called for "organized reform" by both the media as well as those who viewed their product and patronized their sponsors—and his was not a lone voice.
I think there's a connection between television violence and real violence. You just can't differentiate between the real and the unreal. For example, there were a number of reports about youth gangs pouring gasoline on helpless victims and setting them aflame.
These incidents occurred in various parts of the country. Thus, as in the year before, the stage was set for more debates centering on the issue of censorship and network film telecasts. Amid such controversy, CBS ordered its film cutters to work. Both of these works had been championed by critics as masterpieces that used violence to make valid artistic statements about the American contemporary scene.
But according to some in the audience, the network went too far, especially with the Peckinpah film. One viewer complained that "when the censors at CBS snipped, they snipped without thinking, blindly Instead they showed some mutilated mess that once had been a masterful original. I have never seen any film so extensively cut. But ultimately it was also a successful one. Screenings of the first two Planet of the Apes films shot CBS to the top of the charts during that same period.
It was also a good year for the network's made-for-TV films, largely due to the January 31, premiere of The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman , which was greeted with near-unanimous praise by critics like Jay Sharbutt, who called the work "profoundly moving The remainder of the total 76 telecasts were either a reruns of theatrical films from previous seasons; b reruns or premieres of made-for-TV films; c TV pilot episodes for projected series; or d pre-emptions for CBS news, sports, or variety specials.
When compared with the total of 52 theatrical-film premieres that the network aired during the season, one can observe that the number of available films for first-time broadcast had dropped by well over 50 percent. However, CBS did schedule four additional new titles to fill its roster during the summer of And to round out its list of the season's newcomers, the Richard Burton film Villain premiered June 27, while the medieval drama Alfred the Great , with David Hemmings in the title role, made its bow the next evening.
The film was the beneficiary of an intense promotional campaign by the network, as well as a provocative disclaimer just before its broadcast. A few weeks after the film's broadcast, a 9-year-old girl, walking with a friend along a San Francisco beach, was subjected to a similar act by a trio of teen-age boys.
When the young perpetrators were questioned by authorities as to the reason they had chosen this method of attack, they freely admitted having been inspired by the film's controversial scene. In a way, Born Innocent represented a trend with which American cineastes had become all too familiar—specifically, the W. Exploitation of the lucrative "women in prison" premise had reached a point where advertisements for theatrical B-movies , with titles such as Caged Heat , The Big Bird Cage , and Women in Cages , became a familiar and titillating sight on just about every newspaper's amusement pages.
The heroine this time, played by Susan Dey is unwittingly involved in a crime planned and carried out by others. Convicted and sentenced, she is incarcerated in a venue where the inmates' favorite pastime is gang activity. Although St. Petersburg TV critic Charles Benbow argued that this new TV-film "differs significantly" from Born Innocent ,  author Elana Levine observed that " Cage features a post-shower, same-sex sexual assault scene that leaves its victim shaken and distraught, and in that respect it clearly follows Born Innocent's formula.
But aside from that, there was little the network could offer its viewers. Hollywood product that could be suitably packaged for TV audiences was becoming a rare commodity. And as a result, this would be the final full season for CBS's Thursday night movies. Since , it had become customary for CBS to sprinkle its summer movie-rerun schedule with occasional first-time showings. Thus, in addition to the eight premieres in early June as listed above , there was also the July 18 TV debut of The Wicked Dreams of Paula Schultz , starring Elke Sommer as an East German athlete who fantasizes pole-vaulting over the Berlin Wall to the other side.
If this movie seemed like an extended TV comedy, it may have been due to the presence of several actors from the defunct Hogan's Heroes television series, including Ms. During the summer of , all three networks decided to cut one movie night per week from their fall prime-time schedules. The network chose to retain Thursday.
We'd rather take those 2 hours [on Friday nights] and do original television programming. Because finally that's what television is all about: Creating new material for the viewer at home. Silverman's idea of "creating new material" was the programming of more episodes for two old crime serials, Hawaii Five-O and Barnaby Jones —because beginning in September, that was what Friday night viewers were offered.
But in cutting back the airing of theatrical films to its original movie-night, CBS may have provided some consolation for film buffs. There were fewer reruns of old product and less pre-emptions for news and variety specials. In that respect, the Fall season of The Thursday Night Movie would resemble the format of its maiden Fall schedule—one where viewers could feel reasonably confident that Thursday's pm ET time slot would be reserved only for movies.
To be sure, there were still occasional made-for-TV premieres, such as the sports biography Babe , starring Susan Clark as the multi-talented athlete Babe Didrikson. In fact, this production was nearly doomed before it began. As Rubin later recalled, "He said he had several opportunities to sell Babe's story. Once, he had gotten badly burned in some deal. So he was understandably leery of the whole thing. Since few banks were open for business on weekends, Rubin was barely able to make it to Zaharias's residence in time with the necessary check to close the deal.
As it turned out, Babe's reviews were quite good. Syndicated columnist Joan Hanauer, for example, praised writer Joanna Lee's scenario. She stated that even if Babe's story "loses in suspense because the end is preordained, [it] gains in poignancy because Babe was a real woman There was also the world premiere of the TV-movie Fear on Trial , which has been described by film critic James Monaco as "CBS's mea culpa about how it contributed to the anticommunist blacklisting" of media personalities during the s.
Although the film carries an upbeat message, the reality of the trial's aftermath was far different. And that was it. At mid-season, CBS made a change. Friday, it was decided, would become the lone designated prime-time movie night for the network, beginning December 5.
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