A James Brown performance from 1983.
After some talking to the audience by Clapton, which is very rare, the band play a fantastic New Orleans version of Clapton's most famous song.
Recorded April 2011, Jazz at Lincoln Center, New York City.
Please view this video in a darkened room. Created by Craig J. Clark. From They Might Be Giants album Nanobots
Five spandex-clad, keytar wielding, pylon wearing, pelvic thrusting, wildly out of control individuals claiming to be from outerspace, Here they are playing at Spadina & Bloor in Toronto.
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Music video by Snoop Lion performing Ashtrays and Heartbreaks ft. Miley Cyrus. (C) 2013 RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment
From an old VHS tape, at the UCP Arena. Two of the greatest guitarists ever.
Parody of Psycho Killer by Talking Heads. Music by The Fools.
Animation by Tom.
Music video by Queen performing Radio Ga Ga. (C) 2003 Queen Productions Ltd. under exclusive license to Hollywood Records, Inc.
Graham Norton Show Will Smith treats Series 24th May 2013
The Orpheum Theater on Beale Street Memphis, Tennessee August, 1986.
Happy 72md birthday to Bob,
Music video by Bob Dylan performing Duquesne Whistle. Directed by Nash Edgerton. (c) 2012 Columbia Records, a Division of Sony Music Entertainment
Jan 23, 1986.
David Gilmour (guitar), Chucho Merchan (bass), John "Rabbit" Bundrick (keyboards), Simon Phillips (drums), Jodi Linscott (percussion), Peter Hope-Evans (harmonica), The Kick Horns (brass).
Long live The Blues.
A revised version of David Bowie's Space Oddity, recorded by Commander Chris Hadfield on board the International Space Station.
Our very own Middle-Eastern version by Radiohead.
Tel Aviv-based musicians Rotem Shefy (vocalist) and Leat Sabbah (cellist/arranger) collaborated to realize an arrangement of Karma Police
What seemed at first a satirical cover, it transformed into a full-blown middle-eastern version, recorded with oud player Yaniv Taichmann and percussionist Ori Dekel. Video made possible thanks to the donations we received through a successful Kickstarter campaign.