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Brian Gunn’s Favorite YouTube Music Clips Part 2

This is the final part of Brian Gunn’s Favorite YouTube Music Clips from his massive video collection.  To see part one, check out HERE.

 

The Monks – Monk Chant

 

Gladys Knight and the Pips – Midnight Train to Georgia 

 

The Replacements – Slow Down Live (Beatles Cover)

 

Thor, God of Metal 


Lou Reed & John Cale – Waiting for the Man

Reunited for a 1972 concert. 

 

No Age – Boy Void

 

Nina Simone – I Loves You Porgy 

 

The Rolling Stones – You Can’t Always Get What You Want 

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  • For some reason I can’t get the sound on these videos right now. Will have to come back later. I recently checked out the Gladys Knight and the Pips video, when I checked out the other Jackson Five ones, a few months ago. I was into Motown music when I was very, very young – so I have fond memories of those two artists (and others) – including the Rolling Stones back then.

  • Tracy!

    No Age & The Stones RAWK, kudos to your brother for his kickass choices.

  • robeym

    my favorite music video on youtube: why? – afterschool america.

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  • ThatGermanGuy

    The Thor clip made me almost piss myself from laughing. Don’t know why.

    Trivia: The Monks clip is a recording from ‘Beat-Club’, a legendary German music show from the late 60’s and early 70’s, which was, when it was broadcast in colour, infamous for its experimental use of blue screen and colour effects. They even showed a warning during some episodes that told the audience that there is nothing wrong with their TV. :)



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