Actually, it's not really fair to lump all these videos into the oldies category. It's just become so easy to do so with music videos from the black and white area. Even on the radio now, oldies seems to include stuff like the Doors and Led Zeppelin. So, to go along with history's tendency to lump together things that were once differentiated, I'll include some really diverse clips today. On the top left are Korea's Kim Sisters, the multiinstrumentalist stalwarts, singing "Spring". Top right is a Caetano Veloso selection from the 1968's Festival de Música Popular Brasileira. I wasn't aware that Caetano was this much of a rock star. The crowd knows every word and Caetano is totally elated. These songs are from my favorite Caetano Veloso album, the 1968 LP. There's actually a lot of great footage from this festival of much smaller Tropicalia acts. I'd especially recommend this clip from Marilia Medalha e Edu Lobo.
Bottom left is some Japanese freak beat via The Cougars, singing Aphrodite in 1967. Bottom right is the most oldie thing of this whole bunch, Les Missles singing Sacre Dollar in 1963.