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Premiere: Graham Nash ‘Myself at Last’ Video

Best Classic Bands is excited to debut the singer-songwriter legend’s new video for this poignant tune from his recent This Path Tonight album

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Exclusive: Foghat’s ‘Hot Mama’ From New Album

The boogie-rock greats – best known for “Slow Ride” and “I Just Want to Make Love to You” – are back with a new studio LP + share a song exclusively with Best Classic Bands readers

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Tom Jones and Aretha Franklin Show How It’s Done

Watch as two of music’s greatest voices treat a 1970 television audience to a medley of their songs on This Is Tom Jones

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The Deer Hunter Bar Scene Song

The 1978 Vietnam War film won 5 Academy Awards including Best Picture + Best Director. This scene with De Niro and Walken singing “Can’t Take My Eyes Off You” is brilliant

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Cream: ‘Sunshine of Your Love’ on Glen Campbell Show

This Classic Video features Cream performing their biggest hit live in 1968 on CBS, with a great intro by the friendly TV host

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The Doors on ‘American Bandstand’

The Doors were enjoying a #1 hit when they joined Dick Clark in 1967 for two songs and an interview with America’s Oldest Teenager. Our Classic Video

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Top of the Pops: Dancing to CCR’s ‘Green River’

The scantily clad troupe known as Pan’s People would often dance to hit singles on the popular British music countdown series Top of the Pops

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The Avengers’ Emma Peel Meets The Kinks

Someone decided that scenes with Diana Rigg’s character was a perfect match for “You Really Got Me.” This person was right. Our Classic Video…

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The Bangles Manic Monday Appreciation

The first four singles by The Bangles had been completely ignored by Top 40 radio. That would all change with “Manic Monday,” penned by a mystery songwriter.

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The Kinks’ ‘Celluloid Heroes’: Everybody’s a Star…

“Everybody’s a dreamer, and everybody’s a star,” Ray Davies sang. But it was never quite that simple. Watch a stellar performance of this Kinks Klassik.

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