Classic Videos

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

Liam Neeson’s Taken Phone Speech

We will never, ever get tired of watching Liam Neeson deliver the Taken phone speech. Previous generations may have had their Oliviers and Gables. But no one says BAMF like Neeson.

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The Who Play ‘Saturday Night’s Alright For Fighting’

In 1991, it was Elton John + Bernie Taupin’s turn to have their music honored with a tribute LP. Check out this great version of a signature tune – and John Entwistle’s final recording – in our Classic Video

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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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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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Rodney Dangerfield – The Tonight Show

The man known for his “No Respect” line appeared on the NBC late night program 35 times, usually talking about his relationship with his doctor, dentist and wife

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When Brownsville Station Were Smokin’

Back in 1973, lots of high school students took extra bathroom breaks since that was generally the only place they could light up. The backstory of a classic

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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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40 Years Ago: Sony Walkman Revolutionizes Audio

This Classic Video shows the 1983 introduction of the newest Sony Walkman allowing people to listen to their choice of music while, well, walking.

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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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Sly and the Family Stone: Dance to the Music

The first hit from the multi-gender interracial American rock group introduced us to the band, both figuratively and literally, through its lyrics

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