The Who

Who Are You

Baba O'Riley is really clear in my memory as having been on the show, but I'm going off the list on this one. This clip is from The Kids Are Alright, but could have easily been used on a video show. As always, let me know if it is not the clip that ran on VCH.

The A's

This is from the British show Old Grey Whistle Test -- is it also the clip that ran on VCH?

Herman Brood

Saturday Night

Thanks to Tim for the help on this one.


A Little is Enough

Thanks to the person who added this video to YouTube a few days ago -- I was starting to wonder if I would ever find it!

And a useless bit of info. -- I believe the Pete Townshend videos were introduced on Video Concert Hall as being by Peter Townshend. Quite formal!


Chic - Le Freak

Rose Royce

Car Wash


Billy Joel?

I seem to have a foggy memory of seeing Billy Joel's video for It's Still Rock and Roll to Me ad nauseum, and, well, Video Concert Hall was the place to see the same videos ad nauseum. I just watched the video on YouTube, and recalled that my sister and I thought Richie Cannata (saxophone) was quite cute, making me even more sure that it was on there (she'd gone off to college by the time there was MTV, Night Tracks, Friday Night Videos, etc.), but I think I'll put it out there for validation.

Another Billy Joel single from the Glass Houses (1980) was Sometimes A Fantasy, and I wonder if this video was on the show, or that it just seems like it could have been.

Link Here: It's Still Rock and Roll to Me -- Sometimes a Fantasy. TIA for any comments!



Supertramp - The Logical Song from Disco Freak on Vimeo.

The Logical Song

Supertramp - "Goodbye Stranger" from Edu Cesar on Vimeo.

Goodbye Stranger

Breakfast in America

I'm going strictly off the list on Wikipedia for these -- no recollection of seeing Supertramp on VCH. As always, if the wrong videos are posted, let me know. I always aim for accuracy. :)

Driver's Seat


The Headboys

There was a video on VCH that I remembered as being either by The Headboys or Dead Boys and having rain in it. A little searching turned up that it was The Shape of things to Come from The Headboys. It's odd when you start listening to a forgotten song, then before you know it, you're recalling the next lyrics they sing. No luck in finding the video, but here is the MP3!


Here Comes My Girl

I know this video was on VCH, remembering specifically the part where Tom grabs the bassist (I was around 10 and thought that was really funny). I think Refugee was on there, too -- can anyone confirm?

Split Enz

I Hope I Never


Do You Love What You Feel

Thanks again to Chris!


Herb Alpert