Michael Jackson with Janet Jackson: SCREAM

ClassicMusicTelevision.Com presents Michael & Janet Jackson: Scream

Back in August of 2014, a Forbes magazine writer reported this music video featured below to be the most expensive music video in history, costing $10.3 million adjusted to 2013 value, factoring inflation, from the time the video was made in the 1994/1995 with it's then $7 million budget. However, in a 2010 story on National Public Radio, or NPR, director Mark Romack disputes that most expensive video claim for Scream. On NPR he states, "I'd love to state again for the record that Guinness got it wrong and it's not the most expensive video ever made. There are two other videos of the era — both produced at Propaganda Films, incidentally [a hugely successful music video production company that Romanek worked with] — that cost millions more."

Regardless of it's price, it was exciting to see Michael and Janet work together and it was and still is exhilarating for Jackson fans.  This is a true classic.

Turn this up loud. This song was designed for that won the Grammy for Best Short Form Music Video.

Michael Jackson with Janet Jackson: SCREAM

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Classic Santana - Soul Sacrific live at Woodstock, 1969

Classic Music Television presents film from Santana: The Woodstock Experience

As classic as classic gets, this film below was shot at the original Woodstock in 1969 and was the closing song for Santana's set. This performance and recording was a monumental milestone that set the stage for strong international demand for Santana's debut record. The band, some of the members who had been with Santana since 1966, included Gregg Rolie on Keyboards/Organ, David Brown on Bass, Michael Shrieve on drums, and Michael Carabello & Jose Areas on Percussion/Congas.

Santana - Soul Sacrifice


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Joe Cocker Classic Performances

ClassicMusicTelevision.Com presents Joe Cocker Live At Woodstock

How does one say goodbye to Joe Cocker? There is no reason, because this music legacy will never die in the minds of anyone who has seen and heard these classic videos below.

Joe Cocker - With A Little Help From My Friends - 1969 Woodstock

Joe Cocker - Something's Coming On - Woodstock 1969

Joe Cocker - Let's Go Get Stoned - Live at Woodstock 1969

Joe Cocker - Woodstock 1994 - The Full Concert, Uncut

Joe Cocker Mad Dogs and Englishmen - Feelin' Alright - Live


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Rolling Stones - Brown Sugar (Live TV Performance 1971)

ClassicMusicTelevision.Com presents The Rolling Stones Brown Sugar

Here is a tasty take of The Rolling Stones performing Brown Sugar for a April 22nd 1971 BBC TV performance for a show called Top Of The Pops. This was not a lip sync. The band performs live. The video below features interesting factoids about the song.

The Rolling Stones and Eagle Rock Entertainment are on the hunt for the rest of the classic footage from this date. They also performed Wild Horses and Bitch, but the footage is missing, for now. Have you ever seen it? Please comment here, on the Rolling Stone's thread for this search, if you know where it is: https://www.facebook.com/therollingstones/posts/10153011973813287



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D'Angelo - Brown Sugar

ClassicMusicTelevision.Com presents D'Angelo: Brown Sugar

As classic as it gets, this is the title track from D'Angelo's debut record, released Jul 3, 1995.



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The Rolling Stones - Miss You - (Live in Concert)

MusicTelevision.Com presents The Rolling Stones, Live

Here is a fantastic take of The Rolling Stones song titled Miss You, live in concert from the Eagle Rock Entertainment film titled Rolling Stones: Some Girls - Live in Texas '78. The entire concert is available on DVD and BluRay as well as on vinyl.

Rolling Stones - Miss You - Off of Some Girls: Live in Texas '78

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