Jeff Beck playing the Blues:
Bonus, here is a way to download your YouTube:
The dancing is unparalleled!
This is my wheel house!
Mark Gormely w/ awesome intro by Phillip Thomas Katt:
Salas Fingers Ep2:
Charlie the Unicorn (for the WLA):
Pure comedy gold. Glorious.
was that Edgerrin James at :26?
Your clips give me the munchies, man. I had to elevate my mind to understand them. But now the meanings are clear, man. It's in the land man. The grass is in the land. I like grass...
Here are a couple of my favorite clips.
the militant black guy
lisanova affirmation girl
for Mark Gormley's "Gray Days."
Old Gregg and Charlie the Unicorn are classics. But Gormley is a revelation. I will always be grateful for this link.
...I don't know what the hell I just watched, but I liked it
This is disturbing.
What in the ever loving fuck was that?
Also, for any Boss fans out there - this is the highlight of the internet for me.
And I know nobody likes him, but Frank Caliendo as Jim Rome.
are the best things I've ever seen. Yo gabba gabba is forever in my soul.
I'm sure you all care, but the building in the middle as that video ends is the building I work in. It's also featured in most of the other scenes in that video.
Did you see them filming the video?
My fave Digital Short:
And who can forget the McGuffie mixtape:
Weeds is an awesome show. I haven't seen Season 4 yet though.
One of my favorite youtube videos is The Guild.
Season 4 was okay, not nearly as good as the first three. For some reason they decided to tear up their entire set and take the show to a different direction.
for posting the Natalie Portman rap, it is, amazing.
humans cannot form the words to adequately describe how very awfully untalented these youngsters are. I pray to the radio gods to play a song that will stick in my head for the rest of the day to drown that song out... please!!!
and curses to you sir for digging that thing up
"I am so proud of you m***** f***ing c***suckers!...Here! Here!"
Good find. Now you are making me want to go and get the old Tracy Morgan commercials lol.
alright there it goes.
I went to see this guy practically every Friday night when I lived in San Francisco. Hands down the best overall musician I've ever seen; the video doesn't come close to doing him justice. I once saw him do a whole show playing the organ with one hand, bass guitar with the other, and singing (lead) at the same time.
And of course I have to put some drummers since I'm a drummer. First is Thomas Lang, perhaps the best technical drummer I've ever seen. The second one needs no introduction as he was the drummer for the greatest band of all time.
I'm probably the only one on this board who loves brazilian music... but this is probably my favorite song ever:
Why I'm a vegetarian: