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Nov 9, 2010 0:10:52 GMT -5
I was mentioning in another thread how there are so many unreleased concerts, film footage, studio footage and tv broadcasts that can now be found on youtube. Thought it would be cool if everyone wanted to share their finds all in one place.

I'll start with one of my favorite artists, Neil Young (he's on the organ here) at a groovy cliff side in Big Sur.


Nov 9, 2010 0:23:04 GMT -5
LCD Soundsystem and the DFA sound before LCD and DFA. Gang of Four in Atlanta 1980!

Nov 9, 2010 0:42:29 GMT -5
its funny how similar that sounds to something LCD would put out today. I dig it
Nov 9, 2010 0:45:26 GMT -5
I would suggest you check out Talking Heads "Remain in Light" if you've never heard the full album before, it literally could be a LCD album.
Nov 9, 2010 1:18:14 GMT -5
To all who only know Billy Corgan from this decade please check out this video from when he was a god damned master. The dynamics of the band and his voice are incredible

Nov 9, 2010 16:27:57 GMT -5
More stuff from the 90's



Nov 9, 2010 16:44:23 GMT -5
wow. thom will always have a special place in my heart, but most of radiohead's music is so damn melancholy I can't listen to it very much because it just makes me wanna cry.
Nov 9, 2010 20:20:03 GMT -5
Shannon Hoon kinda looks like corn chips incarnate here as he performs a pretty solid version of "Soup". There's actually quite a bit of good stuff from Woodstock '94 (though most can be found on the VHS)

Nov 9, 2010 20:29:23 GMT -5
There has got to be some decent pro shot of this song somewhere. Anyway despite low sound and video quality this is still a great performance.

Nov 10, 2010 17:41:33 GMT -5
The reason You Tube was invented:



Nov 10, 2010 21:27:31 GMT -5
Nick Cave with The Bad Seeds and one with The Birthday Party. Good shit.



Nov 10, 2010 22:58:41 GMT -5
Tindersticks are one of my favorite bands, they are kinda like The National on cough syrup for anyone whose never heard of them. There are a whole series of black and white videos from MTV, but the audio is a little a head of the video and that sort of shit makes me legitimately mentally distressed. So watch these.


Posted by Horned Gramma
Nov 11, 2010 14:00:45 GMT -5
I saw Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds in 2003. It was like spending the evening in the company of a witch doctor.

He was wearing a green crushed velvet suit. It was pretty rad.
Nov 11, 2010 19:23:46 GMT -5
I've never seen a proper Bad Seeds show but I have caught him solo and with Grinderman. Both were extremely good. I wasn't the biggest Grinderman fan when the album came out but seeing them live was a whole other experience. I would love to see them at Sasquatch.
Nov 11, 2010 19:27:36 GMT -5
The original King of industrial pop music. Try not to let your minded get liquified by the linear editing suite FX