The Harry Smith Project (DVD)

1. The Butcher’s Boy: Elvis Costello
2. Old Dog Blue: David Johansen
3. John The Revelator: Nick Cave
4. Last Fair Deal Gone Down: Beck
5. One Hot Summer Night With Harry Smith: Ed Sanders
6. Sugar Baby: Kate & Anna McGarrigle
7. See That My Grave Is Kept Clean: Lou Reed
8. Frankie: Beth Orton
9. Dry Bones: Rosewell Rudd With Sonic Youth
10. Old Joe’S Place: The Folksmen
11. The House Carpenter: Robin Holcomb & Todd Rundgren
12. When That Great Ship Went Down: Gavin Friday
13. Etude No. 10: Philip Glass
14. James Alley Blues: David Johansen
15. Oh Death Where Is Thy Sting? Eric Mingus With Gary Lucas
16. Single Girl, Married Girl: Petra Haden
17. The Coo Coo Bird: Richard Thompson With Eliza Carthy
18. I Wish I Was A Mole In The Ground: Bob Neuwirth With Eliza Carthy
19. Poor Boy Blues: Geoff Muldaur
20. This Song Of Love: Don Byron, Percy Heath & Bill Frisell
21. Ommie Wise Part 1 & 2: Kate & Anna McGarrigle With Elvis Costello
22. Prison Cell Blues: Steve Earle
23. Fishing Blues: David Thomas

Notes: Harry Smith's ANTHOLOGY OF AMERICAN FOLK MUSIC, a collection of American roots music from the early 20th century, has been a huge influence on generations of folk, blues, and rock musicians. THE HARRY SMITH PROJECT- LIVE is proof positive of the box set's effect, as some of the biggest names in pop music perform renditions of songs from the ANTHOLOGY. Nick Cave, Lou Reed, Richard Thompson, Todd Rundgren, Elvis Costello, Beck, and Sonic Youth are only a few of the big names gracing this riveting, highly entertaining concert disc.

Liars Live (DVD)

1. Prelude
2. Truth
3. Buffalo Grass
4. Mammon
5. Fascist Christ
6. I Hate My Frickin' I.S.P
7. While My Guitar Gently Weeps
8. God Said
9. Liar
10. Soul Brother
11. Flaw
12. Sweet
13. Past
14. Love Science
15. Born To Synthesize
16. Feel It
17. The Want Of A Nail
18. Hello It's Me
19. Just One Victory




DVD Soundtracks - Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround, Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo
Concert Running Time - 120 mins
Special Features - Tour Scrap Book, Video Diary featuring exclusive behind-the-scenes footage filmed on the Japanese leg of the Todd Rundgren/Liars Tour.
Running time - 40 minutes
Total Running Time - 160 minutes
Region 1

Notes: Liars Live was filmed in concert on June 9th, 2004 at "The Empire Centre at The Egg" (aka The Centre For Performing Arts) in Albany, New York, and features two hours' worth of material totaling eighteen songs; eight taken from his critically acclaimed 2004 Liars album, including "Soul Brother" and a haunting cover of George Harrison's "While My Guitar Gently Weeps," both of which also appear on newly released 'Best Of Todd Rundgren Live' album.

The DVD also features an additional eight showstoppers from the Rundgren archives including 'Fascist Christ' (taken from the 1992 album No World Order), 'Buffalo Grass' and "I Hate My Frickin' ISP" (both taken from the 2000's One Long Year album), and the classic tracks like "The Want Of A Nail" and "Feel It" (both taken from 1989's Nearly Human album) and "Love Science" (from 1991's 2nd Wind album). Also included is the Rundgren pop classic "Hello It's Me," and the encore favourite, "Just One Victory'"(from 1973's A Wizard A True Star album).

The DVD includes an additional 40 minutes worth of special bonus features including a scrapbook and an exclusive Video Diary filmed on location during the Liars' Japanese leg of the tour.

$45 (DVD)

Flash Frames 
Region 1 Coding (U.S. And Canada)

Digitally remastered to 5.1 Surround Sound

140 minutes

The "I Hate My Frickin I.S.P." and "Yer Fast (And I Like It)" videos are on this DVD!

Notes: Flash Frames celebrates the work of more than thirty of the world's most innovative media artists currently using Flash animation. This DVD features Stan Lee and Joe Cartoon and Flash music videos from Todd Rundgren, DJ Spooky, Supreme Beings Of Leisure, Iffy and more. More than 40 Flash animations and music videos are available in hi-resolution movie format as well as an interactive Flash CD-ROM. Interviews and commentary from the artist about their work is included.
$14 (DVD)
Live In Japan 
1. Real Man
2. Unloved Children

3. Parallel Lines

4. Can't Stop Running

5. Compassion

6. Secret Society

7. Something To Fall Back On

8. Love Of The Common Man

9. Can We Still Be Friends

10. Mated

11. The Waiting Game

12. Love In Action

13. Rock Love

14. Hawking

15. The Want Of A Nail

16. Hello It's Me

17. I Love My Life
Live In San Francisco 
1. I Hate My Frickin' ISP
2. Yer Fast

3. Black And White

4. Number 1 Lowest Common Denominator

5. Open My Eyes

6. Trapped

7. Love In Action

8. Bang On The Ukulele Daily

9. Temporary Insanity

10. Mystified/Broke Down And Busted

11. Buffalo Grass

12. One World

13. The Ikon

14. Hammer In My Heart

15. World Wide Epiphany

81 Minutes

The Desktop Collection And 2nd Wind Live Recording Sessions 
2nd Wind Live Recording Sessions
1. Change Myself

2. Love Science

3. Who's Sorry Now

4. The Smell Of Money

5. If I Have To Be Alone

6. Love In Disguise

7. Kindness

8. Public Servant

9. Gaya's Eyes

10. 2nd Wind

The Desktop Collection
1. Change Myself

2. Theology

3. Fascist Christ

4. Property

5. Our Friend The Brain

6. Want Of A Nail 

69 Minutes

Notes: Once again, Todd takes us into uncharted musical territory with his far-out experimental arrangements and intriguing music videos. This special double feature includes a live recording session at San Francisco's Palace of Fine Arts and an assortment of computer-generated videos. Each program also includes poignant interviews and insights into Todd's repertoire. 
$26 (DVD)
Ringo Starr: The Best Of Ringo Starr And His All Starr Band So Far
1. Honey Don't
2. Iko Iko - Dr. John 

3. The Weight - Levon Helm 

4. Photograph 

5. Don't Go Where the Road Don't Go - Ringo Starr 

6. Rocky Mountain Way - Joe Walsh 

7. No No Song 

8. Bang the Drum All Day - Todd Rundgren 

9. You're 16 

10. Yellow Submarine

11. I Wanna Be Your Man 

12. Groovin' - Felix Cavaliere 

13. You Ain't Seen Nothin' Yet - Randy Bachman 

14. Boys 

15. It Don't Come Easy 

16. Sunshine of Your Love - Jack Bruce 

17. Norwegian Wood - Peter Frampton 

18. A Whiter Shade of Pale - Gary Booker 

19. All Right Now - Simon Kirke 

20. Act Naturally 

21. With A Little Help From My Friends

93 Minutes

Notes: Directed by Michael Drumm and presented by Image Entertainment, "Ringo Starr: The Best of Ringo Starr and His All Star Band So Far" compiles concert footage from four performances by the former Beatle and his famous friends. Featuring an introduction by Paul McCartney, the program also includes musical appearances by Dr. John, Levon Helm, Peter Frampton, Simon Kirke, Gary Booker, Felix Cavaliere, Todd Rundgren, Randy Bachman, and Jack Bruce.
$15 (DVD)
Theremin - An Electronic Odyssey
Very few people would recognize the name of Leon Theremin (1896-1993) if it weren't for the electronic musical instrument he invented around 1918. Fans of the first Star Trek series will recognize its sounds, but it was used in orchestral compositions and movies quite extensively for many decades, and even played a role in the Brian Wilson's composition of the Beach Boys' hit Good Vibrations. However, this documentary shows that the inventor of the forerunner instrument in electronic music is a person whose life had a lot more to offer than that. He was called "the Soviet Edison," and was honored by Lenin before he went to work in the United States, where he developed the first electronic security system in the world for Sing-Sing Prison in upstate New York. He also was a pioneer in interracial relations, braving the strong disapproval of his peers to marry a black ballerina. He was kidnapped from the U.S. in 1938 on the orders of the vengeful and ever-paranoid Stalin, brought back to the U.S.S.R., charged with treason, and was sentenced to a gulag (forced-labor camp). However, when World War II rolled around, he was brought back into the mainstream and was put to work for the KGB, for whom he invented the first electronic "bug" for eavesdropping, for which he earned the Stalin Prize.
- Clarke Fountain, All Movie Guide

83 Minutes (Hi-Fi Stereo)

Notes: This video details the stranger-than-fiction story of the father of electronic music and his invention of the world's first electronic musical instrument. Included is footage from Theremin's classic movie scores (Spellbound, The Lost Weekend, and The Day The Earth Stood Still) as well as celebrity interviews with Todd Rundgren, Robert Moog, Brian Wilson, and Theremin himself.
$15 (DVD)
Todd Rundgren - The Ever Popular Tortured Artist Effect
The Ever Popular Tortured Artist Effect:
1. Pulse

2. Too Far Gone

3. Hello It's Me

4. I Saw The Light

5. Breathless

6. International Feel

7. LP's Worth Of Tunes

8. Sometimes I Don't Know What To Feel

9. Eastern Intrigue

10. Everybody's Going To Heaven

11. Compassion

12. Black And White

13. Determination

14. A Dream Goes On Forever

15. The Verb To Love

16. No. 1 Lowest Common Denominator

17. Born To Synthesize

18. Initiation

19. Real Man

20. Flesh

21. Healing

22. Just One Victory

23. Fair Warning

24. Hideaway

25. Can We Still Be Friends

26. Time Heals

93 Minutes (Remastered In 5.1 Surround Sound)

Notes: This is the special edition that includes "Videosyncracy." 
$8 (Laserdisc)