Let's take Dolly Parton’s Jolene 45 and play it at 33 rpm.
The Walk and Don't Walk people off traffic lights come alive and fight to the death.
The ad was shot in Saudi Arabia, all the post was done in Amsterdam.
Soundtrack is the Limp Bizkit song, "Red Light Green Light", featuring Snoop Dogg .
Viral for candy
Who's the real focal point supposed to be here?
My Dad's friend who works at a TV studio found this after this group of Koreans rented out the studio for their music video.
The song is called "You're Too Much [or Unkind]" first sung by Kim Suhee in 1976 and written by Yang Cheon-gang.
Music video by Stevie Ray Vaughan performing Crossfire.
Live at Lollapalooza, Chicago, IL, USA. August, 04, 2013. Watch in FULL HD
Plainsong - 0:00:08
Pictures of You - 0:04:50
Lullaby - 0:12:00
High - 0:16:37
The End of the World - 0:20:25
Lovesong - 0:23:53
In Between Days - 0:27:40
Just Like Heaven - 0:30:40
From the Edge of the Deep Green Sea - 0:34:35
The Walk - 0:42:20
Mint Car - 0:45:50
Friday I'm in Love - 0:49:37
Doing the Unstuck - 0:53:15
Trust - 0:57:40
Want - 1:02:40
Fascination Street - 1:07:50
The Hungry Ghost - 1:12:45
Wrong Number - 1:17:35
One Hundred Years - 1:24:00
Disintegration - 1:30:40
The Lovecats - 1:41:10
The Caterpillar - 1:44:40
Close to Me - 1:48:35
Let's Go to Bed - 1:52:10
Why Can't I Be You? - 1:55:40
Boys Don't Cry - 1:59:00
Rainbow Bridge is a 1972 film directed by Chuck Wein that features footage from a Jimi Hendrix concert, and a short piece of conversation between Pat Hartley, Wein and Hendrix.
The "Rainbow Bridge" concert was a free concert by Jimi Hendrix that was held on July 30, 1970, in a horse pasture above Seabury Hall, on the "Upcountry" slopes of Haleakala, the volcano that makes up 75% of the island of Maui, Hawaii.
Live at Crossroads Guitar Festival, 2004
Nothing puts one in a good mood like Screamin' Jay Hawkins.
Marvin Gaye performance with the music digitally removed.
Tom Thum: Armed with just a microphone, Thum pushes the limits of the human voice to create incredible soundtracks of impossible beats and phenomenal sounds, with scratched vinyl, the Michael Jackson back-catalogue, the didgeridoo and an entire fifties jazz band amongst his vocal repertoire.
Nobody Beats The Drum are in the front line of Dutch electronic dance music. The three-piece electro outfit consists of Sjam Sjamsoedin, Jori Collignon, and Rogier van der Zwaag sharing the stage. While Sjam and Jori produce all the music Rogier produces all the video projections. Together, the trio delivers a uniquely unforgettable live audio/visual experience that has brought them high praise.
To fully appreciate their fusion of breaks, electro, hip-hop and every other form of music that whips a crowd up into a sweaty, writhing heap of body parts, it's best to see NBTD live where the pounding music is enhanced by their one-of-a kind over-the-top visuals.
When an interviewer asks, "What's a day in the life of the real Natalie Portman like?", Natalie Portman busts out rymes about her hard core gansta rap lifestyle.
An SNL Digital Short featuring Andy Samberg, Chris Parnell and Seth Meyers.
RIP Bobby Bland.
Michael Henry & Justin Robinett create a new take on Michael Jackson's "Billie Jean". This video was shot with a handheld Cannon 60D by Adam Paul Stone in one complete shot. Also special thanks to James McDonald and Dillon Carter.
"Billie Jean" originally by Michael Jackson.
On June 28, 2011, the "King of the Blues" B.B. King played to an adoring sold-out crowd at London's spectacular Royal Albert Hall. It was another unforgettable night in the career of one of the most legendary bluesmen to ever pick up a guitar.
Joining the illustrious Mr. King onstage were Derek Trucks, Susan Tedeschi, Ronnie Wood, Mick Hucknall and Slash.