Ramping Up for Homeland Security

Ramping Up for Homeland Security on VHS video. Starring Unknown. Directed by Unknown. 2003.

Ramping Up for Homeland Security on VHS video. Starring Unknown. Directed by Unknown. 2003.

From the VHS box cover:

As terrorists seek to inflict ever-increasing numbers of casualties against the American people, the role that public safety agencies play in our defense assumes increasing importance as well. Information regarding our plans and procedures, training methods, response capabilities, and especially weaknesses and vulnerabilities has tremendous value to our enemies. Yet much of this information can be obtained from sources available to the general public.

Operations Security (OPSEC) is a process that the public safety community can use to deny adversaries the information they need to plan an effective attack against our citizens. The Interagency OPSEC Support Staff (IOSS), in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Justice, has produced this video designed to introduce the concept of OPSEC to public safety personnel.

This video is UNCLASSIFIED.

Learn To Play Guitar In The Style Of… The Beatles

Learn To Play Guitar In The Style Of... The Beatles aka Guitar Method in the Style of the Beatles on VHS video. Music Video Products, aka MVP Inc. Possibly featuring Curt Mitchell. 1996.

Learn To Play Guitar In The Style Of… The Beatles aka Guitar Method in the Style of the Beatles on VHS video. Music Video Products, aka MVP Inc. Possibly featuring Curt Mitchell. 1996.

From the VHS box cover:

An In-depth Study of The Rhythm & Lead Guitar Styles of George Harrison and John Lennon

Over 50 Examples From These Classic Songs:

Blackbird, While My Guitar Gently Weeps, Help, Yesterday, Ticket To Ride, Birthday, Day Tripper, Michelle, Dear Prudence, Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown), Paperback Writer, Helter Skelter, Here Comes The Sun, Drive My Car, Can’t Buy Me Love, Get Back, Rocky Raccoon, Back In The U.S.S.R., We Can Work It Out, and More!

Plus Full Band Rhythm Trax In The Style of The Beatles To Jam With!

Possibly found on DVD: Guitar Method: In the Style of Beatles

Possibly found on VHS: Guitar Method in the Style of the Beatles [VHS]





Patrick Stewart Narrates The Planets

Patrick Stewart Narrates "The Planets" on VHS. Starring Patrick Stewart. Music by Tomita. Directed by Don Barrett. 1993.

Patrick Stewart Narrates “The Planets” on VHS. Starring Patrick Stewart. Music by Tomita. Directed by Don Barrett. 1993.

From the VHS box cover:

From the moment you hear the rich voice of actor Patrick Stewart, you know you’re in for an adventure. While Stewart is best known as Captain Jean Luc Picard of “Star Trek: The Next Generation,” this time he’s our guide on a journey that takes us beyond the world of sci-fi. This time, our space odyssey is real. It’s an enterprise that gives us a window seat from real spacecraft — starships with names like Pioneer, Mariner, Viking, Voyager, Galileo and Magellan. We see an awesome array of NASA images — from lunar sunrises to digital moonscapes, and lava lakes to solar flares. Stewart’s dramatic narration helps us appreciate the mysteries of our universe as we fly over Mars at 200,000 miles per hour, and on through Saturn’s gossamer rings.

“The Planets” cosmic show is made all the more dazzling by the popular music of its soundtrack. The acclaimed electronic musician Tomita has created a modern version of Holst’s classic suite, “The Planets,” and its power fuels the excitement of our trip.

A hit music score, breathtaking vistas and a great voice to guide us — “The Planets” has all the right ingredients. Fascinating, factual and fun, it evokes a wide-eyed sense of wonder in us all.

Upgrade to DVD: Patrick Stewart: Narrates the Planets Epoch 2000

Tomita: The Tomita Planets CD

Holst: The Planets Gustav Holst (Composer), Charles Dutoit (Conductor)