Iggy Pop: "Some Weird Sin" Video
A mob takes the stage to join Iggy for this classic number, live from Detroit, 1991. This and more can be found on the "Iggy and the Stooges - Live in Detroit" DVD.
As the popularity of punk and new wave in the '70s and '80s took flight, the groundbreaking late-night talk program "The Tomorrow Show" (boasting 3 Emmy nominations), hosted by Tom Snyder, welcomed many of the key figures of the genre. Now on DVD for the first time ever, 2 discs worth of explosive live performances and revealing interviews from the forefathers of the punk and new wave movement is available. Disc 1: October 11, 1977 - Joan Jett, Paul Weller, Bill Graham, Kim Fowley and Robert Hilburn in a roundtable discussion on the emergence of punk...February 3, 1981 - Elvis Costello & The Attractions songs: "New Lace Sleeves," "Watch Your Step"...February 12, 1981 - Iggy Pop songs: "Dog Food," "Five Foot One," "TV Eye"...May 20, 1981 - The Plasmatics songs: "Head Banger," "Master Plan"... Disc 2: May 11, 1978 - Patti Smith...June 25, 1980 - John Lydon...May 27, 1981 - The Jam songs: "Pretty Green," "Funeral Pyre"...September 1, 1981 - The Ramones songs: "We Want The Airwaves," "I Wanna Be Sedated," "The KKK Took My Baby Away"
Thiss amazing live footage from the Stranglers heyday comes from the "Stranglers - Live 1978 in San Francisco" DVD.
In this clip, Debbie Harry and Iggy Pop sing "Well Did You Evah?" DVD description: "Red Hot + Blue: A Tribute To Cole Porter" is an eclectic homage to the legendary songwriter benefiting AIDS research and relief. It features artistic videos addressing the effect of AIDS on society from such acclaimed directors as Jonathan Demme (The Manchurian Candidate, Silence of the Lambs), Wim Wenders (Buena Vista Social Club, U2: The Best of 1990-2000), Neil Jordan (The Crying Game) and Jim Jarmusch (Broken Flowers, Mystery Train). As a bonus, the DVD includes a live performance by Annie Lennox with Herbie Hancock and Ron Carter of ?Everytime We Say Goodbye? from the 1995 VH1 Honors Awards. Also presented on the DVD are interviews with Roland Gift, Richard Gere and John Malkovich culled from the 1991 Red Hot + Blue TV special.
This live footage of primo NRBQ comes from the DVD "NRBQ - One in a Million".
This live footage from Devo in Japan comes from the DVD "Devo - Live in the Land of the Rising Sun: Japan 2003".
Riviting live footage of Tupac at the House of Blues. This comes from the DVD "Death Row: Tupac - Live at the House of Blues".
Live tasty footage from this international rock heroine's live act.
Live footage from Cleveland's Deadboys, live at CBGB in 1977. This is from the DVD "Dead Boys - Live at CBGBs 1997".
This stunning footage catches the Spencer Davis Group at the peak of their powers. From the DVD "Spencer Davis Group -- Gimme Some Lovin': Live 1966".