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OK, so I didn't ask copyright permission from YouTube to reproduce their logo - but if you know anything about YouTube you will know that is how the whole thing works anyway.
Led Zeppelin Stairway to Heaven at O2 Arena December 2007 (or least for as long as the cyberpolice allow...
Also listening to KFOG, heard Wille Nelson's gay cowboy song. When I Googled to find out if I had heard the words right, I found the religious right going crazy over it - so it is worth it just for that....
How sad can you get as a BabyBoomer - the opening sequence from Easy Rider with Steppenwolf "Born to be Wild"
Judson Laipply The Evolution of Dance (over 37million views on YouTube, every BabyBoomer will find himself/herself here, including my BabyBoomer lecturer friend who twenty years ago had a student tell him at the departmental Xmas party "my dad dances like that ...")
First up, the two best comedians ever, one telling a story about a Scotsman, the other a Scotsman... neither of the first two are suitable for the young and/or the overly sensitive
Robin Williams: A drunk Scotsman invents golf
and Billy Connolly: A wee beige jobby
Two current favourites; Angry professor (every academic will think when they see this; I wish I had done that); and while we are on the subject of academics, see Every Breath Bernanke Takes, a brilliant piece by Columbia Business School students...
and then (and you know which I'm talking about...) The
most memorable England goal - ever (the BabyBoomer connection is the
revenge of fate for the third-goal-that-wasn't in 1966).
Leonard Cohen Suzanne
Frankie goes to Hollywood Two Tribes
Godley and Creme Cry
Robert Palmer Simply Irrestistible
R.E.M Losing my religion
Tom Robinson Band 2-4-6-8
Motorway and Glad to be Gay
Crosby Stills and Nash: Suite Judy Blue Eyes (ah, Woodstock....)
Simon and Garfunkel Feeling Groovy
I'll update this regularly. Now back to browsing my Old Eagles annuals (complete set, £100, eBay...). I know, sad.