Classic Videos

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

Booker T & The MG’s Live: ‘Green Onions’

A live performance of Booker T & The MG’s “Green Onions” is one of the great instrumentals of the ’60s from the legendary Stax Records house band

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Prince, Petty & Winwood Honor Harrison at Rock Hall

Rock royalty was onstage at the 2004 Rock + Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony to posthumously honor George Harrison for his solo work. Prince stole the show with a blistering solo on “While My Guitar Gently Weeps”

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Spirit’s Got a Line on You: Classic Video

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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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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The Pulp Fiction Dance Scene

When someone asks you if you’ve seen “Pulp Fiction,” there’s only one correct answer

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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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‘My Cousin Vinny’ Court Scenes

Joe Pesci and Marisa Tomei have many fish-out-of-water moments as New Yorkers in Alabama in the 1992 comedy. Her role as Mona Lisa Vito earned her an Oscar

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When Led Zeppelin Met Gilligan’s Island (Sort Of)

In 1978 an indie band brilliantly mashed together a popular TV theme song and a rock classic. The band’s lawyers were not amused.

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Bill Murray and Clint Eastwood Sing a ’70s Hit

Spend enough time on the Interweb and you can pretty much find anything, including two A-List film stars singing Looking Glass’ 1972 hit “Brandy”

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That Time Rick Astley Played AC/DC; No, Really!

The British singer whose #1 late-’80s dance-pop hit “Never Gonna Give You Up” defines the phrase viral video with over 230 million YouTube hits (and has a long history as something of a good-natured punchline), sang “Highway to Hell” at West Hollywood’s Troubadour on August 11—while playing the drums!

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