Aggie87

Youtube.com

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I've been surfing videos at youtube.com over the past few days, having recently discovered them. There are some interesting things there, both musically and otherwise.

This one is a fun blast from the past:

Herbie Hancock - Rockit live in 1984

And here's an interesting Monk video... Thelonious Monk 1966

Anybody else find any noteworthy there?

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A few nice Grateful Dead videos. . . including the Playboy after Dark.

There are some other Playboy after Dark videos on there too that I haven't checked out yet.

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There is a very nice (if badly synched) Elis Regina vidoe of "Aquas de Mars" (mistitled I think).

Hottie Airlines is fun.

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How about Nat Cole backed by the Oscar Peterson Trio and Coleman Hawkins!

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That easy to find old stuff? :D

Try "MOTOWN"

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There's also a clip of Emerson Lake and Palmer playing 'Blue Rondo a la Turk'. Sound seems to be a bit out of synch, though...

Also lots of other 70s prog rock: Van der Graaf Generator, Gentle Giant, Genesis, Zappa, etc.

Edited by DatDere

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Where's this Sun Ra video been taken from?

I think this is from the "Joyful Noise' movie.

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is anyone paying any royalties over these low quality copies? ;)

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is anyone paying any royalties over these low quality copies? ;)

I'm innocent! I thought they were home videos. :eye: Can I keep the VHS dubs I made for the car?

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is anyone paying any royalties over these low quality copies? ;)

I'm innocent! I thought they were home videos. :eye: Can I keep the VHS dubs I made for the car?

as long as you keep your eyes on the road, go ahead!

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Oh man...definitely psyched to see all those old clips of MTV's The State on there.

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A few nice Grateful Dead videos. . . including the Playboy after Dark.

There are some other Playboy after Dark videos on there too that I haven't checked out yet.

I missed this thread originally but learned about the site last week when it was written up in the NYT.

Anyway, if you search by B.B. King, there's a two-song Playboy After Dark appearance.

Best of all, my audio software allowed me to record the download as it played, so I added it to a compilation disc I've made of rarely heard/seen B.B. :)

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A few nice Grateful Dead videos. . . including the Playboy after Dark.

There are some other Playboy after Dark videos on there too that I haven't checked out yet.

I missed this thread originally but learned about the site last week when it was written up in the NYT.

Anyway, if you search by B.B. King, there's a two-song Playboy After Dark appearance.

Best of all, my audio software allowed me to record the download as it played, so I added it to a compilation disc I've made of rarely heard/seen B.B. :)

:excl::tup

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I love the Hound Dog Taylor - also a VERY interesting clip of the Rolling Stones live in 1969 in which, on Honky Tonk Woman, they nearly double the tempo during the tune - so much for the vaunted RS rhythm section -

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Speaking of the Stones, someone's already put this up, in case you didn't catch them at the Super Bowl last night.

EDIT: And here is the full half-time show with French commentary!

Edited by Ron S

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I don't know if Roy Wood is a sick genius or just a sick fuck, but dammit, that's one cat who never fails to make me smile!

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