I've been periodically posting some recent YouTube music clippage (some old posts here, here, here, here) and have grown to like my role as the invisible VJ. I have even grown a Mark Goodman 'fro, but you can't see it. Thanks to the fact that you can see everything on the planet either literally via Google Earth, or YouTube for what you can't see via Google Earth, I humbly scrape together a pile of shavings and hereby offer:
James Brown and 'Special Guest' (and it's not Marva Whitney or Lynn Collins or Vicki Anderson, trust me).
Sultry Hungarian Playboy model Zalatnay Sarolta (whose take on Swingin' 60's ye-ye pop morphed into some seriously heavy acid zones and has recently been compiled on this new CD courtesy of Andy Votel) taking on the Stones here.
Also, check out this great TV performance from the 1980's on some UK pop show from our local hero Jim Thirwell AKA Foetus.
The genius of Black Oak Arkansas.
A while ago Tony Rettman posted on Code of Honor and the thread turned into a fight over the validity of Maximum Rock N Roll magazine these days (aren't Clockcleaner on the cover now? If that's the case, thumbs up from this end); but cool to see some stuff up from their Target vid in '83 I agree that the damage of say, Void, is missing, but they were still AOK, especially when they got a bit weirder towards the end.
And lest we forget, in honor of Her Majesty's visit to the colonies last week, the greatest punk band in history.
Thanks for sharing: Elisabeth Vincentelli, Bill Schwarz, Henry Owings, Bryce.