Classic Videos

Highlighting some of the most memorable music videos and live performances, as well as pop culture favorites

SNL’s ‘Superhero Party’ With Belushi, Aykroyd and Murray

In Saturday Night Live’s Season 4, the writers often made use of the entire cast within the same sketch. Such was the case here, with Belushi stealing the show

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When Clapton, Frampton Played Guitar Together For 1st Time

At the 2019 Crossroads Guitar Festival, Peter said: “I’m going to invite out a friend I’ve known a long time but never played together: Eric Clapton…”

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‘One Toke Over the Line’ on ‘Lawrence Welk’—Huh?

In what has to be one of the most surreal TV moments on a TV moments, the song was interpreted for viewers of a show that had no idea what a toke was.

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The Poseidon Adventure: Hell, Upside Down

The 1970s delivered lots of disaster films. The best of the bunch might be this 1972 movie, produced by the so-called “Master of Disaster,” on a tiny budget

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Five Easy Pieces @50: The Diner Scene

“I’d like a plain omelette… and wheat toast.” Simple enough, right? Well, if you’re having a bad day, this classic scene with Jack Nicholson from Five Easy Pieces will put things in perspective for you.

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The Mean Joe Greene Coke Commercial: ‘Hey Kid, Catch’

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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Jimi Hendrix Talks to Dick Cavett About Anthem

Watch Jimi have fun with the TV show host as they discuss the Guitar God’s epic performance of the Star Spangled Banner at Woodstock the previous year

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Spirit’s Psychedelic ‘I Got a Line on You’

Want to know more about the band that Led Zeppelin was accused of stealing a song from? Check out this killer vid of their biggest song

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The Who Perform ‘Barbara Ann’ Live in the Studio

We’ve got a Classic Video two-fer of The Who performing “Barbara Ann” for you: goofing around in the studio in the late ’70s and on TV in 1966

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Freddie Mercury Showcase: Queen’s ‘Somebody to Love’

By 1976, they were bona fide rock stars and produced their fifth album, A Day at the Races, themselves. Sing along to a song by a band hitting their stride

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