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What are some of your favorite music videos?

Asked by rockfan (13103points) 1 month ago from iPhone

I just watched the music video for Adele’s brand new song “Easy on Me” and it blew me away. Not only do I like the song and the lyrics, but it quite possibly has the best cinematography I’ve ever seen in a music video:

https://youtu.be/U3ASj1L6_sY

I also really enjoy Ashe’s “Till Forever Falls Apart”. The interpretive ballroom swing dancing in the middle of the desert is so unexpectedly wholesome:

https://youtu.be/gWdjDwYuejI

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Nomore_lockout's avatar

https://youtu.be/JTT2LEyjdC4 Some Beach Somewhere Blake Shelton

LuckyGuy's avatar

Paul Simon – You Can Call Me Al
There’s a lot going ion in the video.
Paul Simon did not like the original serious video for the song. Being a big fan of Saturday Night Live he agreed to work with Lorne Michaels and Chevy Chase to poke fun at the early music video genre.

si3tech's avatar

Jon Bonjovi Jump

product's avatar

Oldie but goodie: Talking Heads Once in a Lifetime.

UNKLE Rabbit in Your Headlights

Ltryptophan's avatar

The less I know the better- Tame Impala

Adore you- Harry Styles

Acid Rain- Lore

filmfann's avatar

Peter Gabriel had a lot of fun videos, but Don’t Give Up was breathtaking in its beauty. A single shot. An eclipse in the background. Peter G. and Kate Bush on a turntable rotating for their vocals. Even the video comments show how it saved people from suicide.

Jasonwaterfalls's avatar

TLC, Chasing Waterfalls. Great lyrics and choreography.

Call_Me_Jay's avatar

My absolute favorite recently
Annie Ross with Count Basie – Twisted

Rolling Stones fans (and everybody else on Earth) should like this:
11-Year-Old Billy Preston & Nat ‘King’ Cole – Blueberry Hill 1957

raum's avatar

As a kid, I was obsessed with the music video for A-Ha – Take On Me

The jumping in and out of comic books kind of blew my comic-reading nerd brain.

Also, you got to love the dancing chickens in the music video for Peter Gabriel – Sledgehammer

raum's avatar

@product Psst…both of your links go to the same video.

janbb's avatar

A new one that I love is Jon Batiste Freedom:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3YHVC1DcHmo

tinyfaery's avatar

I think I might be a bit dramatic:

Taylor Swift: Look What You Made Me Do
Meatloaf: I Would Do Anything For Love
George Michael: Freedom ‘90

Probably my absolute favorite is Ok Go’s Here It Goes Again

tent's avatar

Mumford & Sons, Hopeless Wanderer

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rId6PKlDXeU

I like the band and the actors/comedians in the video are some of my favorites.

Brian1946's avatar

Jeff Beck & Rod Stewart- People Get Ready

Not only does it feature one of my all-time favorite guitar works, it also visually portrays a journey to a reunion between two of my favorite artists.

When I see the looks of delight expressed by the young women at the train station as they watch Stewart walk by, it seems that they’re feeling the same joy I do when I watch it.

Brian1946's avatar

Visually speaking, I really like Ghostbusters.

The visuals are so colorful and energetic, and I like trying to guess who the cameo celebrities are. I think the one at 1:25 is Irene Cara.

The woman who enters the house that’s “haunted” by Ray Parker looks familiar, but all I know is that she’s not Crystal Bernard.

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