The Music Video before MTV (1966 – 1980)

  • December 19, 2015 / 12:00
  • December 26, 2015 / 13:00
  • January 13, 2016 / 17:00

The Kinks, Dead End Street, 1966 / Ray Davies
Bob Dylan, Subterranean Homesick Blues, 1967 – 68. / D.A. Pennebaker.
The Beatles, Strawberry Fields Forever, 1967. / Peter Goldman
The Doors, Break on Through, 1967 / Ray Manzarek
Procol Harum, A White Sade of Pale, 1967 / Peter Clifton                                           
Pink Floyd, Arnold Layne, 1967 / Derek Nice
Brigitte Bardot & Serge Gainsbourg, Comic Strip, 1967 / Eddy Matalon, F. Reichenbach
Led Zeppelin, Communication Breakdown, 1969.
David Bowie, Space Oddity, 1969 / Malcolm J. Thomson                                                              
John Lennon, Imagine, 1971 / John Lennon & Yoko
Queen, Bohemian Rhapsody, 1975 / Bruce Gowers
The Residents, The Third Reich of R & R, 1976 / The Residents             
The Sex Pistols, Anarchy in the Uk, 1977-79 / Julien Temple
Marianne Faithful, Broken English, 1979 / Derek Jarman
The Buggles, Video Killed the Radio Star, 1979 / Russel Mulcahy
David Bowie, Ashes to Ashes, 1980 / David Mallet
The Residents, One Minute Movies, 1980 / The Residents

Duration: 1 hour 3 minutes

The Artists’ Music Video (1966 – 2012)

The Artists’ Music Video (1966 – 2012)

The Music Video before MTV (1966 – 1980)

The Music Video before MTV (1966 – 1980)

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MTV and the Golden Age of Music Videos (1981 – 1984)

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The Director’s Music Video (1991 – 1998)

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Recent Music Videos (2000 – 2012)

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