Classic Videos

Adam Sandler: Thanksgiving Song

Lorne Michaels sure has had a knack for discovering talent. Sandler wishes all of you a Happy Thanksgiving in this Classic Video from 1992

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The Rolling Stones It’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll Video

Our Classic Video from 1974 stars the world’s “cleanest” rock ‘n’ roll band. See why. The album was the final one for one member

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The Beatles Some Other Guy at the Cavern, 1962

It’s one of the most iconic pieces of Beatles film, the band playing at Liverpool’s Cavern days after Ringo joined. Here is the story behind the clip.

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When a Whistling Song Became a 1967 Radio Hit

Yup, a song with the unlikely title, “I Was Kaiser Bill’s Batman,” was a novelty hit by a fellow called Whistling Jack Smith. That’s just the beginning of our story…

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Queen: Isolated Vocals on ‘We Are The Champions’

Our Classic Video features the isolated vocals of Freddie Mercury singing a Queen classic… a song you know so well you could win a karaoke championship with it

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Pete Best on I’ve Got a Secret, 1964

As Beatlemania was in full swing, their former drummer was relegated to appearing on a TV game show. “Could you be a new kind of bug that we’ve imported from England?”

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Harvey Keitel and a Song Called Summertime, Summertime

In a cringe-inducing scene from the movie Fingers, the use of a 1958 song becomes an indelible moment with Keitel reacting to an insult as only he can

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Public Image Ltd. Invades American Bandstand

The date was May 17, 1980. Two years earlier Rotten had turned rock music upside down and inside out as the frontman of punk progenitors the Sex Pistols. Now he was doing the same thing with Dick Clark

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Rolling Stones Rice Krispies TV Spot

In 1964, they were a band on the rise and were chosen by the cereal’s UK ad agency to write and perform an original song touting the brand’s Snap, Crackle Pop good taste

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Paul McCartney Rockestra Theme

An assemblage of classic rock A-Listers – including members of Led Zeppelin, The Who and Pink Floyd – showed up at Abbey Road Studios in 1978 to record this song

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