The Shape of Things To Come
Has it really been over three years since the last post? Rest assured, I am still a Video Concert Hall enthusiast, but the remaining videos have not been quick to surface. Needless to say, it was a wonderful surprise to see this one again!
It's a Man's World
Here's one you may have completely forgotten. The video featured men lifting weights.
Labels: The Ritchie Family
Finally! This has to be one of the most-asked-about Video Concert Hall vids. The sound is pretty low (and tinny), but at least the video is available for viewing.
And here is another Spider video that got a little play on VCH:
Everything is Alright
Thanks, as always, to Paul, for spotting these videos.
The Shape of Things to Come
This video recently surfaced, but it is, unfortunately, not the one that aired on Video Concert Hall, which could be described as more of a theatrical video, shot on film. My personal (vague) recollection is that it was set on a rainy night. Paul's more specific recollection of the clip is that it included what looked like a medieval stone castle after dark, with the band scattered out over a greater distance (and the keyboard player facing sideways), and that there was some kind of a plot to it.
Even though this does not appear to be the clip that appeared on VCH, it is still cool to see The Headboys, and is a great addition to this archive. We'll continue to keep our eyes open for the promo video.
Thanks to Ed on MySpace, who pointed out that this video had been posted to YouTube.
Labels: The Headboys
Do it or Die
Labels: Atlanta Rhythm Section
As one might imagine, there is a copious amount of web searching done in the hopes of filling out the video collection on this blog. The searching has revealed that, on several occasions, Video Concert Hall fans have included this video in their lists of recollected VCH videos.
Labels: The Records
After approximately a year of searching (on both our parts), Paul has finally turned up this video! The quality is terrible, but at least it is finally here!
Labels: The Police