Posts Tagged ‘music videos’

Stand For Myself

October 17, 2021

“Stand For Myself,” written by Yolanda Claire Quartey, Dan Auerbach, Natalie Hemby, and Hannah Vasanth, recorded by Yola, 2021. Video directed by Allister Ann.

Yola website

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Big Foot

October 17, 2021

“Big Foot,” by Chickenfoot, 2011. Video directed by Zan Passante and Jon Hill. Sammy Hagar (vocals), Joe Satriani (guitar), Michael Anthony (bass), Chad Smith (drums).

Chickenfoot website

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How Many Tears

October 3, 2021

“How Many Tears,” written by Gerry Goffin and Carole King, interpreted by Billy Harvey, 2020. Quite unlike the original 1961 Bobby Vee version, happily.

Billy Harvey website

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I Missed the Bus

October 2, 2021

“I Missed the Bus,” written by Jermaine Dupri, recorded in 1992 by Kris Kross, Chris “Mac Daddy” Kelly and Chris “Daddy Mac” Smith, then about 12 or 13 years old.  It samples a 1976 Sammy Davis, Jr. recording of “Keep Your Eye on the Sparrow,” the theme song of TV’s Baretta. The video was directed by Daniel Lodge.

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Right For Me

September 19, 2021

“Right For Me,” written and recorded by The Teskey Brothers, 2019. Music video directed by Marie Pangaud. Nice 70’s Chrysler.

The Teskey Brothers website

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Louisa

September 12, 2021

“Louisa,” written and recorded by The Teskey Brothers, 2017. Music video by Nick McKinlay.

The Teskey Brothers website

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Little Sister

July 18, 2021

“Little Sister,” written by written by Doc Pomus and Mort Shuman, recorded by Dwight Yoakam, 1987. Video directed by Sherman Halsey.

Dwight Yoakam website

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Living in America

July 4, 2021

“Living in America,” written by Dan Hartman and Charlie Midnight, performed by James Brown in 1985. Featured in the 1985 movie Rocky IV.

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American Woman

July 4, 2021

“American Woman,” performed by Lenny Kravitz, 1999. The song was written by Randy Bachman with lyrics by Burton Cummings, and originally recorded in 1970 by their band, The Guess Who. Video directed by Paul Hunter.

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American Girl

July 4, 2021

“American Girl,” written and performed by Bonnie McKee. Ms. McKee, who has written songs for (and with) Katy Perry, Britney Spears, Kesha, Kelly Clarkson and others, has a fine grasp of contemporary American culture.

Celeb karaoke version here

Bonnie McKee official website

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