Beastie Boys: Fight for Your Right (Revisited) Full Length

It's a celebrity overdose in this short film from the Beastie Boys starring Elijah Wood and Will Ferrell as Ad-Rock, Danny McBride and Jack Black as MCA, and Seth Rogen and John C. Reilly as Mike D. Also appearing are Susan Sarandon, Stanley Tucci, Rashida Jones, Will Arnett, Adam Scott, Mike Mills, Rainn Wilson, Arabella Field, Ted Danson, Roman Coppola, Shannyn Sossamon, Steve Buscemi, Amy Poehler, Mary Steenburgen, Alicia Silverstone, Laura Dern, Arthur Scipio Africano, Alfredo Ortiz, Milo Ventimiglia, Jody Hill, Silvia Suvadova , Jason Schwartzman, Losel Yauch, Chlo Sevigny, Kirsten Dunst, Maya Rudolph, Clint Caluory, Zach Galifianakis, David Cross, Orlando Bloom, Martin Starr, a Delorean, and the Boys themselves.


Girl Plays Piano With No Fingers On One Hand

A chinese girl plays piano with no fingers on one hand. She had never seen a piano until 3 years ago because she lives in a very small town. This video makes me feel how lucky we are.


Stevie Ray Vaughan: Last Video Performance

This is the final song of the set of SRV's performance in St. Louis, MO on 7/15/1990. It is the last known footage shot of Stevie Ray. He died on August 27 following a concert in Wisconsin. It is also somehow fitting that this song is a cover of Jimi Hendrix's Voodoo Child (Slight Return).


Perfect Day: BBC Promotion

Featuring a wide-array of artists singing Lou Reed's "Perfect Day." Artists include: David Bowie, Laurie Anderson, Bono among many others.


David Bowie: Life on Mars, 1973

Directed By Mick Rock, July 1973.

"Life on Mars?" is a song by David Bowie first released in 1971 on the album Hunky Dory. The song, which BBC Radio 2 later called "a cross between a Broadway musical and a Salvador Dal painting", featured guest piano work by keyboardist and Yes member Rick Wakeman. When released as a single in 1973, it reached #3 in the UK and stayed on the chart for 13 weeks. The song re-entered the UK charts at #55 over 30 years later, largely because of a TV show by the same name that used the song.

In February 1999, Q magazine listed the single as one of the 100 greatest of all time, as voted by the readers. It has continued to chart in the Q 'best of' polls, featuring most recently in 2006 at #45. A BBC Radio 2 poll in 1986 crowned it as the best David Bowie song of all time.

As early as 1974 Barbra Streisand released a version of the song on her album Butterfly. The song has also been covered by Italian artist L'Aura and by pop artist Mig Ayesa and American pop musician Michelle Branch.