Depeche Mode’s Just Can’t Get Enough was the band’s first single to be released in the United States, and the final single to be written by founding member Vince Clarke, who left the band in November 1981.
Which is surprising, because as you can see from this television performance, it’s actually without any music or words except a holler and a hoot from lead singer Dave Gahan, thanks to another great re-imaging from Mario Wienerroither.
The students of Quebec’s École de l’Harmonie St Édouard and École secondaire de La Seigneurie turned in this excellent a few months ago, and it’s always great to see kids get involved in music at an early age.
Oh, and they play the theme with lightsabers. That is all.
Filmed at the Scottish Television’s Gateway Theater, in Edinburgh, and directed by Brian Mahoney, Pierrot in Turquoise was David Bowie’s first appearance in theatre. Thankfully filmed by Scottish Television in 1969 and then broadcast in July 1970, it’s a sneak preview of the brilliance Bowie was about to achieve on stage – in theatre, film and in music.
David Cameron recreated the famous Beatles album cover by crossing Abbey Road – with Labour grandee Dame Tessa Jowell.
He visited the Abbey Road studios in London to highlight support from more than 250 so-called ‘cultural stars’ for his campaign to keep Britain in the EU.
When his little guy stepped up to home plate during his baseball game, the umpire started dusting it off. The batter didn’t think anything of it, until the ump started speaking to the player. Because it happened to be his dad, Master Sgt. R. Brock, home from deployment. And then it because very, very dusty all over again.
A boy tells his story about what his dad did for him before he deployed and it’s quite the heartwarming story.
’80s music is always better when a toddler’s on the mic.
Let’s go back to James Brown’s guest appearance with the Dave Matthews Band at Madison Square Garden in New York City on December 21, 2002. The collaboration not only features Brown leading DMB through “Get Up (I Feel Like Being A) Sex Machine,” but also members of James’ Soul Generals ensemble and Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe including Karl himself.
Bradley Cooper shows Jimmy Fallon his impressive air guitar skills by shredding Neil Young’s solo from Down by the River.
Hal Johnson and Joanne McLeod like you’ve never seen them before; the classic Canadian fitness duo from the iconic tv PSA ‘Body Break’ series are back with a vengeance. They are restyled and reimagined as hardened russian street toughs, sporting dark blue adidas tracksuits, fitness themed neck tattoos and lots of shiny gold fruit necklaces. A clean shaven Hal wants his moustache returned, and he’ll do whatever he can to get it back.