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Re: Recommend one song.

Postby Garrett Gilchrist » Mon Oct 02, 2017 4:03 pm

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Re: Recommend one song.

Postby Garrett Gilchrist » Sun Jun 03, 2018 1:15 am

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xPGbvv4IhNU

There is zero chance that "5 Seconds of Summer" didn't know they were ripping off Duran Duran's Hungry Like the Wolf.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oOg5VxrRTi0
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Re: Recommend one song.

Postby Garrett Gilchrist » Fri Jul 13, 2018 11:17 pm

George Harrison shot two videos for "Got My Mind Set On You". The first (and less famous) takes place in an arcade, as Alexis Denisof flirts with a young lady, who watches George (and Jeff Lynne and company) on a Nickelodeon. There's not enough of George in the edit.

Then there's the later video, with George alone.

There's also this unreleased video, which is taken from the "Nickelodeon" footage, but never cuts away from George and company.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i8g7DkZggQM

Got My Mind Set On You ARCADE VERSION:
#1 (Copyright over the video)
#2 (Without copyright over the video)
Filmed in London, Directed by Willy Smax. Two variants are available, #1 has the copyright credits over the video near the end while version #2 has the copyright credits after the video is finished. This second version (without slates and copyright credits) was also included in top quality on the ‘Dark Horse Years’ box set.

#3 (Raw Edit A)
#4 (Raw Edit B)
Also available among bootleg and video collectors are two raw edits of the same video: Raw Edit A is SIMILAR but not the same as the released version, it has many different angles and scenes that were removed from the final version, specially a different dance sequence from the ballet ballerina.
Raw Edit B shows only the ‘band performance’ without any of the arcade video, plus there is no ballerina. A few scenes from this version were included as well on the final cut, but same as Raw Edit A, there are many differences with the released version. Here’s a sample of RAW Edit B. The finale on both Raw Edit A and B is completely different as well to the released version, showing George and the band singing in front of the camera.

Got My Mind Set On You HAUNTED HOUSE/CHAIR VERSION:
#1 (Edit A- “Dancer tired”- Copyright over the video)
#2 (Edit A- “Dancer tired”- Without copyright over the video)
#3 (Edit B)
A second version filmed in Los Angeles, Directed by Gary Weis. Two different versions plus one variant are available. #1 has the copyright credits over the video near the end while #2 has the copyright credits after the video is finished. This is the less known version where George’s double, the dancer has a longer sequence after his routine, he jumps into the chair and it gets tired for a few seconds and later the video returns with the real Harrison. Edit B or #3 don’t have this scene, after the dancer jumps into the chair, we see George immediately playing his guitar. This is not the only difference between Edit A and B, there are more scenes of the “haunted” house and the animals singing on Edit B while on Edit A we see more Harrison footage playing his guitar.
Edit B was also included in top quality on the ‘Dark Horse Years’ box set.
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