The Greatest YouTube Classics You Found By Accident...

Every now and then you find something on YouTube that makes you think, I need to share this with someone.

If I could turn the clock back I wished I had gone to see Bruce Springsteen when he was in his hey day.

Here he is performing at a gig, when he invites a young lad up onto the stage to play alongside him, and the young lad smashes it out the park. Pure class.


The other band I should have gone to see when they were in their Prime was U2. Here they are playing a sing called 'Bad' at Live Aid in 1985. Another classic performance I wished I'd got to see live, but thanks to YouTube I can watch it over and over again.


What else is out there, what other classics have you have found by accident.

@Ravers no fecking porn.....
 
 
No visuals but here's a concert by Joy Division at The Paradiso Amsterdam and for a concert 40 years old the sound quality is shockingly good

The highlight has got to be Atrocity Exhibition at 54 minutes in which differs greatly from the album version with perhaps the greatest bassline in the history of music
 
I was never a fan of Prince's music but credit where credit is due he could play a fair few musical instruments to a very high standard.

I read a while back that apart from a couple of tracks, he played all the instruments on his first two albums.
 
No visuals but here's a concert by Joy Division at The Paradiso Amsterdam and for a concert 40 years old the sound quality is shockingly good

The highlight has got to be Atrocity Exhibition at 54 minutes in which differs greatly from the album version with perhaps the greatest bassline in the history of music

Duh if I'm gonna praise something it helps if I give a link

 
ROP's for the first fecker who puts up a link that gets you Rick rolled.
 

Play for the day with Billy Connolly
 

AlienFTM

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I'm sure we've had this thread before. I don't care if it's Eddie Izzard.

 

Stumpy4154

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I'm sure we've had this thread before. I don't care if it's Eddie Izzard.

Genius. I met him coming through work a couple of years ago. I was supervising the security lane he was coming through and recognised him approaching the loading preparation point and couldn’t resist calling out “You’ll need a tray”. At first he was a bit confused but then it dawned on him what I was on about and he laughed and started going through a bit of the sketch.
 

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