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    Sometimes disparate guitarists can get together and make magic.
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    http://www.oocities.org/tracybjazz/h...s-guesttv.html

    Rick James is on tamborine. The bass player looks familar. Need the drummers name too.
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    A real classic!
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    You can just get a peek of the fifth beatle (Billy Preston) playing the Rhodes at 2:53.



    That's right, Cole had a variety show in the late fifties, but couldn't find any sponsors. It seems that Madison Ave. was afraid of the dark.

    Who was the second group from Liverpool, after the Beatles, to have a hit in the United State?

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    Here, have a good laugh!
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    A little more serious.


    This is from the TV special Deja View. The premise was to get the original artists to make 80's videos for 60's songs. I have the VHS, which I've dubbed to DVD. This one is pretty sweet and fit the concept. Look for Graham Nash near the end as the older version of the couple.


    Now I have to see if they have Procol Harum's Lighter Shade Of Pale with Harry Dean Stanton, or She's Not There with Teri Garr.
    Yay! They do have The Letter with Michael Pare.


    Oh, geez. I forgot who played his wife in this video.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dorothy_Stratten
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    Oboy.
    They have more Deja View songs here.
    Just wait till the tight closeup and slow smile of Melora Hardin - so sweet!


    A great song and video.

    you can also see the main actress on the cover of Alan Parsons' "Eve" album.

    American Pie, anyone?
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    Gov't Mule Don't Step on the Grass Sam 1996

    Come on, give me something I can sink my teeth into.
    While pushin' back his glasses Sam is sayin' casually"I was elected by the masses"And with that in mind he starts to unwindA vicious attack on the finest of grasses
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    Still More:


    Everyday People:



    Good Lovin'
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    Love the double-neck bass/guitar!
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    Saw these guys as warm-up for Uriah Heep.
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    Is that a Corsair on his face?
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    Quote Originally Posted by DragonLensmanWV View Post
    Love the double-neck bass/guitar!
    Too bad we can't hear it. The vocals might be live, but the music is prerecorded. I posted a live version that included the entire keyboard solo a couple months ago (Post 208). So why this? And fake no less. Brain freeze? Blinded by the light?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-L6qjwbklAQ

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    Saw these guys as warm-up for Uriah Heep.
    It must have been difficult to sit through Heep after hearing MMEB. This cover of Dylan's Father of Day, Father of Night is the song that got me interested in Mann's work.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jZZlNP-CNdg
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    Midnight Special insists all it's performances were live.
    http://www.midnightspecial.com/

    And Heep was the better band that night. I think it was the Demons and Wizards tour.
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    Kinks - I've got love if you want it 1964

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    Midnight Special insists all it's performances were live.
    http://www.midnightspecial.com/
    On the dvds they're selling that might be true. Good luck returning it for a refund if a couple are fake. But the Argent video you posted was not live, except for maybe the vocals. You can't hear and see it? Compare it to the studio version, and take another look at the live version I posted. (This wasn't their drummer, which probably forced them to do it karaoke style.)

    From my experience, about 95% of the bands were live (vocals and instruments) on Midnight Special, Don Kirshner's Rock Concert, Night Music, and some variety shows (Smothers Brothers, Dick Cavett, Tom Jones, Johnny Cash etc.). The later (late 70's early 80's) Midnight Specials were almost all promo videos, and were as phony as a three dollar bill.

    Most performances were recorded live at NBC in Burbank, although some were taped elsewhere. There was little lip-synching — acts on The Midnight Special generally sang live, although sometimes to recorded backing tracks.


    Compare this to Top of the Pops, where 99% were promo videos (all fake). Old Grey Whistle test was about 30% live, Shindig was about 30% live in 1964, but migrated to mostly lip sync and air guitar in 65-66.


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    Eh, well there still is a lot of stuff for which there was no recorded video at all. I really don't have a problem with that, as some videos are made just to tell the story of the song, which would be lost with a simple live recording. Anymore, I'm happy if they just have their instruments plugged in.:bbg:

    The Procol Harum video I posted with Harry Dean Stanton was prefaced with a commentary by Keith Reid, "What I was trying to do was to paint a picture with words, this video is what I would have done if I had the tools at the time."

    But this is a live version:
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    Quote Originally Posted by DragonLensmanWV View Post
    Eh, well there still is a lot of stuff for which there was no recorded video at all. I really don't have a problem with that, as some videos are made just to tell the story of the song, which would be lost with a simple live recording.
    Of course I can't watch Brahms conduct live. But if we could bring him into the year 2011, you can take it to the bank that the vocalists wouldn't have a stand-in singing the tough parts from behind the curtain.

    If you want to watch film art with a score, then that's fine and dandy. But when musicians are on stage performimg, and none of them are singing and/or playing in real time, every musician that I know, and an increasing percentage of audiences, have a big problem with that.

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