At least in surrealist paintings a link can be seen to some music videos in the use both make of the free association of ideas and images.
“What Summer: The Donna Summer Musical does brilliantly is remind us why LaDonna Adrian Gaines was the Disco Queen. And why, even today, when the DJ plays “Hot Stuff” or “Last Dance” or “She Works Hard for the Money,” everyone gets on the dance floor.” – Donna Herman, newyorktheatreguide.com
Official audio by Moby taken from the album ’18 & 18: B-Sides’
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Change – The Glow Of Love
Performance: Luther Vandross
℗ 1980 Warner Bros. Records Inc. for the U.S. and WEA International Inc. for the world outside the U.S.
Starlight from The Supermen Lovers featuring Mani Hoffman
“Starlight have what you need”
Eugene Ormandy and the Philadelphia Orchestra
Robert Page Conducting The Temple University Concert Choir
Published on Nov 7, 2014
The Glorious Sound of Christmas℗ Originally released 1962 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENTReleased on: 1986-07-18
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The music for this film is from The Jacksons’ album – Triumph
– released in October 1980 on Epic Records.
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© 1980/1981 Epic Records/Sony Music Entertainment (SME)
Note: Recorded since 1980 and released from 1981.
The Phantom of the Opera – Techno Version