This just about fits in this thread. The jaw-dropping 15-minute segment beginning here at 18:40 must surely rate as the most spectacular all-live event ever staged in a stadium. The stunning music helps:
In the early days of pop videos, two stood out for me in terms of sheer complexity (Peter G's "Sledgehammer") and sheer simplicity, Massive Attack's "Unfinished Sympathy", a single steady-cam shot from start to finish. To say nothing of a sublime song:
Post by sneakypete77 on Jul 21, 2020 6:50:13 GMT -5
A wonderful song and an enigmatic video. I always wondered where Ian Brown got the inspiration for his F.E.A.R video, which I posted a while ago in the …Listening To Now.. thread. Seems that the outrageous Aussie Leigh Bowery from Sunshine, Melbourne who was the art director for the Massive Attack video shoot was also a Stone Roses fan, and here’s Ian Brown and Massive Attack’s Daddy G together in 2001, the year when F.E.A.R. was released. Case closed I wonder (yeah, flimsy at best )?
Stanley, hook that on to Binding Post "A"
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