Prince - America

Classic Music Television presents Prince and his official music video to his song titled America.

Classic Music Television is proud to present the official music video to the song titled America by Prince from his 1985 album titled Around The World In A Day. The above photo was the album cover for the America single when it was released.

This song and music video was put here while simultaneously featuring Sheila E and her brand new 2017 version of Prince's song, America, on Music Television at this link.

Prince - America (Official Music Video) (Live in Nice, France - October 27, 1985)

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Eva Cassidy - The Blues Alley Films

Classic Music Television presents Eva Cassidy and the live recordings known as The Blues Alley Films

Classic Music Television is proud to present Eva Cassidy. She was a great unknown guitarist and singer while she was alive. She mainly performed cover songs, beautifully.

Not long after the show in the films below, she was diagnosed with cancer that killed her less than a year later. Eventually the films made it around and she gained big fans and has sold millions of recordings, post death.

Below are restored films of Eva Cassidy, originally recorded on a single handheld camera, as you will notice with no cuts/edits, by her friend Bryan McCulley, performing at the Blues Alley jazz supper club in Georgetown, DC. These were all shot on the 3rd of January, 1996. These are among a very small batch of the only recordings she is known to have made. Enjoy!

Eva Cassidy - People Get Ready

Eva Cassidy - Over The Rainbow

Eva Cassidy - Time After Time

Eva Cassidy - Autumn Leaves

Eva Cassidy - Nightbird

Eva Cassidy - Tall Trees In Georgia

Eva Cassidy - You've Changed

Eva Cassidy - Take Me To The River

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David Bowie - Suffragette City

Classic Music Television presents a live performance of Suffragette City from Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars

A true classic, the live film below is of David Bowie performing Suffragette City in concert at the Hammersmith Odeon (presently known as Eventim Apollo) on July 3, 1973, in London, England.

The above photo is from The Ziggy Stardust Companion website, where more about that particular show is featured at this link.

David Bowie - Suffragette City - Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars

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Neil Young - Live at Massey Hall (1971)

Classic Music Television presents live filmed takes of Neil Young at Massey Hall Theatre in 1971

These are classic live filmed takes from 1971 of Neil Young performing live at Massey Hall Theatre in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

Neil Young - Don't Let It Bring You Down

Neil Young - Ohio

Neil Young - Old Man

Neil Young - Cowgirl in the Sand

Connect direct with Neil Young at NeilYoung.Com


R. L. Burnside

Classic Music Television presents the blues music of R.L. Burnside

Robert Lee Burnside, who is known in the world of blues music as R. L. Burnside, was born into poverty in 1926 in the rural town of Oxford, Mississippi. He played music for most of his life and was widely unknown until the 1990's when he finally began to gain recognition. He passed away in 2005 at the age of 78. Below is film footage mixed with his music and stories of his life. Enjoy! GC

R. L. Burnside - Let My Baby Ride

Next, R. L. Burnside plays Poor Black Mattie in Holly Springs, Mississippi and talks about playing the blues with Mssissippi Fred McDowell

R. L. Burnside at home in Independence, Mississippi, shot by Alan Lomax

Next, here are a few scenes from a film titled Deep Blues, where Dave Stewart of the Eurythmics meets R. L. Burnside and learns a few choice picking tricks from the master.

And, last is a film titled Hill Stomp Hollar featuring R. L. Burnside

Read more about the legacy of R. L. Burnside at the site of the record label, Fat Possum Records, the label that is helped expose him more widely toward notoriety he deserved.


Rolling Stones - Hot Stuff and Hand of Fate (1976)

Classic Music Television presents The Rolling Stones music videos for Hot Stuff and Hand of Fate

Just below is the official promo video for the Rolling Stones' 1976 single, 'Hot Stuff'.

The track features on the 1976 album Black And Blue and was composed by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards and was produced by the Glimmer Twins. It was recorded in Musicland, Munich, on the 30th March, 1975.

The song features Mick Jagger on lead vocals, backing vocals, electric guitar and percussion, Keith Richards on electric guitar and backing vocals, Charlie Watts on drums, Ronnie Wood on backing vocals, Bill Wyman on bass guitar and percussion, Ollie E. Brown on percussion, Ian 'Stu' Stewart on percussion, Billy Preston on piano and backing vocals and Harvey Mandel on guitar.

The video was directed by filmmaker Michael Lindsay-Hogg, who has directed many other promo videos for the band including 'Start Me Up', 'Jumpin' Jack Flash' and 'Fool To Cry'. Lindsay-Hogg has also directed promo videos for acts such as the Beatles and the Who.

Rolling Stones - Hot Stuff

Just below is a fan made video to the Rolling Stone song, Hand of Fate.

Rolling Stones - Hand of Fate

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Blind Faith's debut 1969 Hyde Park show

MusicTelevision.Com presents Blind Faith
The Original Blind Faith Record Cover

The history of Blind Faith, that featured Steve WinwoodEric ClaptonGinger Baker and Rick Grech, is a quick story. The group only released one record in 1969, and the group's self titled record shot to #1 in the U.S. airplay charts in August 1969, achieving platinum sales status, also hit #1 on the U.K. airplay charts in September of that year and achieved Gold sales status there.

The original cover, featured above, was banned in some countries and created a bit of social outrage in some corners, which did not hurt sales and made it more collectible when the record labels made changes to circumvent the bans.

Below are a few songs from Blind Faith's debut when they performed at a free concert in London's Hyde Park on June 7, 1969.

Well...All Right, Sea Of Joy & Sleeping On the Ground

Under My Thumb - Can't Find My Way Home

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This post was created for MusicTelevision.Com by Gregory J. Chamberlain on November 6, 2013, with subsequent edits and updates by Mariana L. Villanueva. The post was moved was merged onto Classic.MusicTelevision.Com on May 24, 2015.