Ramones: It's Alive, Live at The Rainbow, 1977

Ramones - It's Alive (The Rainbow) 1977

From the double vinyl record (not complete set)
1- Blitzkrieg Bop
2 - I Wanna Be Well
3 - Glad to See You Go
4- You're Gonna Kill That Girl
5- Commando
6 - Havana Affair
7- Cretin Hop
8- Listen to My Heart
9 - I Don't Wanna Walk Around with You
10 - Pinhead
11- Do You Wanna Dance
12 - Now I Wanna be a Good Boy
13 - Now i want to Sniff Some Glue
14 - We're a Happy Family

Atoms For Peace: Ingenue ft Thom Yorke

Wait, is that, that is Thom Yorke performing interpretive dance with contemporary dancer Fukiko Takase! But why?

Yorke founded Atoms for Peace, an experimental rock supergroup comprised of himself, Flea from Red Hot Chili Peppers, Radiohead producer Nigel Godrich, Joey Waronker of R.E.M., and instrumentalist Mauro Refosco back in 2009. The band reportedly coalesced around its member's love of Afrobeat and have been routinely headlining music festivals since forming, including the Pohoda Festival and Melt! Festival scheduled for later this summer. Ingenue is the second single off the band's debut album Amok, which was released February 25th.

Director: Garth Jennings
Choreographer: Wayne McGregor

Nobody Beats the Drum: Natural Thing

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.

David Bowie: China Girl

A little operetta music video for the David Bowie song, "China Girl".

From the 1983 Let's Dance album.

Soul Train: James Brown with Damita Jo Freeman

In 1973, during the first episode of two appearances he ever made on "Soul Train", James Brown gets some help from one of the premier dancers of the show (of that time, and of all time), Damita Jo Freeman, during a performance of "Superbad".