Tag "classic video"

The Magnificent Seven Trailer

A recent law in Hollywood requires every movie to be remade. Our Classic Video features the original trailer and the Denzel Washington remake.

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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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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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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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Public Image Ltd. Invades American Bandstand

The date was May 17, 1980. Two years earlier Rotten had turned rock music upside down and inside out as the frontman of punk progenitors the Sex Pistols. Now he was doing the same thing with Dick Clark

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Classic Video: Youngest Queen Fan?

A video of a one-year-old girl headbanging to “Bohemian Rhapsody” went viral in 2015. Watch her go all Wayne’s World on us

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Pete Best on ‘I’ve Got a Secret,’ 1964

As Beatlemania was in full swing, their former drummer was relegated to appearing on a TV game show. “Could you be a new kind of bug that we’ve imported from England?”

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Foreigner ‘Cold As Ice’ Like You’ve Never Heard It

Whether you’re 5 or 75 (or somewhere in between), you’ll appreciate this kid rocking out to his favorite Foreigner tune in this Classic Video.

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Joe Cocker: Misheard Lyrics to ‘Little Help’

If you’ve never seen this hilarious video of the misheard lyrics to Joe Cocker’s performance of The Beatles classic at Woodstock, you’re in for a treat

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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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