This is one of the best mashups with video I've ever seen.
Do you know about The Kleptones?
I can't really name what's best but, I used to listen to all of "their" (I think he's just one guy, but can't be sure) stuff on repeat.
p.s. For you I'd say https://www.kleptones.com/pages/album_fd2ja.html
O.k. you're bringing drones to a knife fight : )
Lee Scratch is kind of the king.
What's weird is how good the production on modern dub/reggae is.
What's the name of the old oil label (can't remember the name) that did a ton of compilations?
They had really crappy production - these are off the charts.
The main thing, I think, is the production.
They actually got the idea of stereo.
If you listen in a car or on good headphones or speakers (and, of course LOUD), the main guitar riff comes through more on the right.
They actually play with stereo a ton in the mix.
Hey look who's on guitar!
Rod Stewart took a lot of shit for Do You Think I'm Sexy, but this band could definitely jam.
Haven't seen the Rare Earth version, I'll have to look it up.
Keep posting stuff, I liked what you've done so far, I'm just (I guess not humorously) pointing out that the video was made about 30 years after the song and whomever did it knew exactly what they were going for : )
It's a good track, but this should be posted to something like h/notreallypornbutclose.
I'm all for nubile, insanely hot women flirting with a camera (basically 40% of all advertising) but I think I'd settle for Journey playing it live with their mullets, bad mustaches, et al.
This is kind of like a car crash but without the gore and blood.
I don't want to watch, but I can't look away : )
I never knew this existed.
I live in a part of the US that kind of never got over the late 60s and early 70s rock thing, although it's starting to, and the commercial release is on...constantly.
Somewhere there's an interview with one of The Beatles and they mention that Steve Miller seemed to be one of those who caught on to what they were doing at the end of their band's career.
Although this does specifically call out the "native american" plight, I think the "official" version does a good job a making it even more global.
Thanks for posting this.
This is a great doc. Lots and lots of rock stars of the 70s and early 80s who were living life to excess weigh in on how important an album cover was at the time including Jimi Page, Robert Plant, Roger Waters, Paul McCartney, David Gilmour, Nick Mason, and Noel Gallagher.
The Dark Side of the Moon cover is definitely one of the more iconic images to come out of the classic rock era and Storm and Po were at the center of it.
O.k. what's totally bizarre - look at the thumbnails of this track and the other one Ladyday posted from Janet.
It's like two different people.
In one she looks like her brother, in the other she's like a black queen.
As for this track, I forgot about this for a long time, but I always remember it as "Icecapade".
Listening again, I know why - they actually never pronounce "escapade" correctly.
Escapade and Icecapade...one is actually a word, the other is a weird commercial show on ice.
It's also so weird to see Janet doing the leftovers from Michael's videos in the late 80s with the line dancing.
It's not a bad track but...this is weird to watch.
Pete looks like he's about to kill you, and the rest are fascinated by something (two things actually) else...
And in the background there's a kid playing an arcade video game.
I never really thought of The Who as great, but, this is pretty awesome.
The collection of clips and interviews they've assembled is amazing.