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    I will admit this here and now, because i cannot hide this any longer. In the early 80's I would watch any performance I could find of Menudo. There, I feel cleansed.

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    ^lol that's funny. Don't worry I have a friend who absolutely LOATHES The Carpenters and I love them!

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    Hot for Teacher...not much of a Van Halen fan but that video still cracks me up...
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    No brainer for me: of course The Bee Gees

    Stayin' Alive

    Night Fever a very obscure, rare, video with a beardless Barry, resembling little bro Andy a lot. I never liked this song much, thought it was the weakest of their Saturday Night Fever offerings.

    Love is Thicker.../Shadow Dancing Andy Gibb in a little live medley of two of his hits.

    How Deep Is Your Love (ya gotta love Barry walking in the camera ditch at the very end. )

    You Should Be Dancin' 1979 live Spirits tour, all 4 brothers on stage.

    Jive Talkin' (they say good singers are bad lip synchers, here's proof for that )

    Run to Me Barry, even gorgeous in black and white.


    The Osmonds (I guess I have a thing for toothy brothers who do great harmonies ) "Let Me In"

    Again The Osmonds "YoYo" (like they could ever do those moves and sing live at the same time, but then this is obviously not live).

    Yet here they are Live with the same song "YoYo" and a little adjusted choreography.

    More Osmonds with "One Bad Apple". (the sound is from a real live concert, as is the footage, only they're from two different shows put together).

    The Three Degrees:

    Dirty Old Man

    Fantastic live version of "MacArthur's Park"

    An amazing a capella version of the National Anthem before a Muhammad Ali boxing match in 1976.

    The eighties:

    Michael Macdonald and Patti LaBelle "On my own"

    Shirley Bassey and Yello "The Rhythm Divine" (I think it's the eighties, could be the nineties, sorry for that if it is).
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    Duran Duran- Union of the Snake
    YouTube - Duran Duran - Union of the Snake

    Al B Sure Nite and Day
    YouTube - Al B. Sure! - Nite And Day (Video)

    Jane Child-Don't Want to Fall in Love
    YouTube - Jane Child. Don't Want To Fall In Love.



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    I sat down and watched all the old Ac/Dc clips on youtube one morning. Too lazy to find them again though!

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    Didn't want to start a new thread for this song, even if it's
    from 1969 rather than the seventies. I just found it, it's from
    2 Dutch artists. Don't know what the hell it's about, but I
    love the combo of the voices, the melody, the orchestration.
    Must have been one of the first music videos.

    [YOUTUBE]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dk_Ar-pUtm4[/YOUTUBE]
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    modern english - i melt with you

    [YOUTUBE]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ugtFq1mJp0o[/YOUTUBE]
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    Quote Originally Posted by twitchy View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by sputnik View Post
    modern english - i melt with you

    [youtube]ugtFq1mJp0o[/youtube]
    I've got to agree with both sputnik and this twitchy person.
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    lol i didn't see it had already been posted.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HWBL View Post
    Didn't want to start a new thread for this song, even if it's
    from 1969 rather than the seventies. I just found it, it's from
    2 Dutch artists. Don't know what the hell it's about, but I
    love the combo of the voices, the melody, the orchestration.
    Must have been one of the first music videos.
    translated from wiki.nl (i can't explain it as well as the wiki does):

    "the lyric describes a conversation between the sun (shaffy/male voice) and the earth (list/female voice). as the 'sun', shaffy is arrogant and fiery ("comets, moons and planets, all revolve around me", he sings). list is the sun worshipping earth, who prefers to be completely illuminated by the sun at all times ("i prefer to burn, take me with you, when you go to sleep in the sea tonight", she sings) and detests the darkness ("the night is too cold, the moon too grey")."

    i love it, it's a gorgeous enchanting song.

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    Quote Originally Posted by calcifer View Post
    translated from wiki.nl (i can't explain it as well as the wiki does):

    "the lyric describes a conversation between the sun (shaffy/male voice) and the earth (list/female voice). as the 'sun', shaffy is arrogant and fiery ("comets, moons and planets, all revolve around me", he sings). list is the sun worshipping earth, who prefers to be completely illuminated by the sun at all times ("i prefer to burn, take me with you, when you go to sleep in the sea tonight", she sings) and detests the darkness ("the night is too cold, the moon too grey")."

    i love it, it's a gorgeous enchanting song.
    Thank you for looking that up! That's such an interesting subject choice
    for a song. Even when you don't understand what they're singing, it's a
    very intriguing piece, very dynamic. The more I hear it, the more I love it.
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    ^ you're welcome. it surprised me to see someone on here mentioning an older dutch song.

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