Classic Videos

The Rat Pack: Sinatra, Sammy, Martin and… Johnny

They were as talented and popular as any classic rock supergroup. Their 1965 performance with emcee Johnny Carson is our Classic Video

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The Beatles Revolution Video

If you haven’t seen the “Revolution” video from The Beatles’ 1+ collection, you’re in for a treat. The clip also debuted our Classic Videos feature

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Norman Greenbaum Spirit In The Sky

Here’s the backstory about Norman Greenbaum’s unlikely 1969 hit, which has enjoyed a life of its own on the radio, in movies and numerous TV commercials

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Winwood and Clapton Perform ‘Can’t Find My Way Home’

Two members of British rock royalty reunite to perform one of the songs from their Blind Faith album in this Classic Video

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The Mean Joe Greene Coke Commercial

Coca-Cola’s contour bottle might be the most famous package in the history of consumer products. Here is one of the company’s most memorable TV spots

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Rick Wakeman, Chris Hadfield Perform Space Oddity

Some visionary rock musicians and scientific minds celebrate astronomy, space exploration and music. Watch the keyboardist and the astronaut-singer-guitarist play the Bowie hit

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Manfred Mann’s Earth Band ‘Blinded By The Light’

You can win a lot of bar bets with this one… This performance is amazingly Bruce Springsteen’s only #1 pop single. Our Classic Video…

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Earliest David Crosby Solo Recording Discovered

A rare live track by the future Byrds member and singer-songwriter legend, recorded in a Colorado club in 1961, has surfaced and been posted to YouTube.

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Drew Carey Show: ‘Cleveland Rocks’

This sitcom was known for its elaborate choreography. None as fun as this extended opening sequence set to a cover of an Ian Hunter song and a cast of thousands

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Queen ‘Now I’m Here’ Live at 1979 Benefit Concert

Over 4 nights, the Concerts for the People of Kampuchea in London featured an amazing array of British rock stars including organizer Paul McCartney, The Who and The Clash. Queen’s concert – at the height of their powers – was the final night of their “Crazy” tour

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