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Pats seniausias vaizdo klipas?
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Galvos_skausmas


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Senas atsakymas Parašė: 2006-08-04 03:52:17
Koks ir kelinti metai?
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Kristas



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Senas atsakymas Parašė: 2006-08-04 04:36:05
Mano matyti seniausi vaizdo klipai: Jimi Hendrix- Hey Jhud Louis Armstrong-Wonderful World Janis Joplin- nepamenu tiksliai Me and Mr.Mcge ar Peace of my Heart. Del metu sorry. :dry:
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Galvos_skausmas


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Senas atsakymas Parašė: 2006-08-04 06:16:01
šiek tiek pats pašniukštinėjau ir radau tokius faktus: 1941: A new invention hits clubs and bars in the USA: The Panoram Soundie is a jukebox that plays short videoclips along with the music. 1956: Hollywood discovers the genre of music-centered films. A wave of rock'n'roll films begins (Rock Around the Clock, Don't Knock the Rock, Shake, Rattle and Rock, Rock Pretty Baby, The Girl Can't Help It), and the famous Elvis Presley movies. Some of these films integrated musical performances into a story, others were simply revues. 1960: In France a re-invention of the Soundie, the Scopitone, gains limited success. 1962: British Television invents a new form of music television. Shows like Top Of The Pops, Ready! Steady! Go! and Oh, Boy started as band vehicles and became huge hits. 1964: The US-Television market adapts the format. Hullabaloo is one of the first US shows of this kind, followed by Shindig! (NBC) and American Bandstand; The Beatles star in A Hard Day's Night 1966: The first conceptual promos are aired, for the Beatles' "Paperback Writer" and "Rain". Early in 1967, even more ambitious videos are released for "Penny Lane" and "Strawberry Fields Forever". 1970: The record industry discovers these TV-Shows as a great opportunity to promote their artists. They focus on producing short "Promos", early music videos which started to replace the live performance of the artist on the TV-stage. 1975: "Bohemian Rhapsody" a groundbreaking video released by Queen marked the beginning of the video era and set the language for the modern music video. 1980: "Ashes to Ashes" which is considered as a groundbreaking video is released by David Bowie 1981: MTV, the first 24-hour satellite music channel, launches. Initially few cable TV operators carry it, but it rapidly becomes a major hit and cultural icon. 1983: Night Tracks debuted on Superstation WTBS (later known as TBS) with up to 14 hours of music videos each weekend by 1985. This allowed nearly all U.S. households with Cable TV to view music videos regularly as MTV still wasn't as widely available at this point in time compared to WTBS. 1983: Friday Night Videos debuted on the NBC television network, allowing nearly all U.S. households to view music videos regularly. 1984: Michael Jackson's short film Thriller is released, changing the concept of music videos forever. The Making of Thriller home video was also released in 1984. It was the first ever video about the making of a music video. 1986: Sledgehammer, the groundbreaking video from Peter Gabriel, is first shown. 1989: MTV renames its "Video Vanguard Award" to the "Michael Jackson Vanguard Award" in honor of Michael Jackson for his contributions to the art of music video. 1989: Madonna's controversial video for Like a Prayer is released. 1991: Nirvana release the "Smells Like Teen Spirit" video changing the MTV platform from glam rock to alternative rock, and catapulting grunge and Kurt Cobain into the American and Worldwide mainstream. 1992: MTV begins to credit music video directors. 1992: Guns N' Roses's groundbreaking video for "November Rain" is released and remains as one of the costliest ever produced. 1996: Pop-up Video is first aired on VH1. 1996: M2 is launched as a 24-hour music video channel, as MTV has largely replaced videos with other content. 1999: M2 is renamed to MTV2. 2002: MTV Hits is launched as MTV2 is gradually showing fewer music videos. 2006: The Norwegian unsigned band Rektor makes the worlds first playable videogame music video game http://www.rektor.no
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Senas atsakymas Parašė: 2006-08-04 06:44:21
[b]Galvos_skausmas parašė:[/b] [quote]šiek tiek pats pašniukštinėjau ir radau tokius faktus: 1941: A new invention hits clubs and bars in the USA: The Panoram Soundie is a jukebox that plays short videoclips along with the music. 1956: Hollywood discovers the genre of music-centered films. A wave of rock'n'roll films begins (Rock Around the Clock, Don't Knock the Rock, Shake, Rattle and Rock, Rock Pretty Baby, The Girl Can't Help It), and the famous Elvis Presley movies. Some of these films integrated musical performances into a story, others were simply revues. 1960: In France a re-invention of the Soundie, the Scopitone, gains limited success. 1962: British Television invents a new form of music television. Shows like Top Of The Pops, Ready! Steady! Go! and Oh, Boy started as band vehicles and became huge hits. 1964: The US-Television market adapts the format. Hullabaloo is one of the first US shows of this kind, followed by Shindig! (NBC) and American Bandstand; The Beatles star in A Hard Day's Night 1966: The first conceptual promos are aired, for the Beatles' "Paperback Writer" and "Rain". Early in 1967, even more ambitious videos are released for "Penny Lane" and "Strawberry Fields Forever". 1970: The record industry discovers these TV-Shows as a great opportunity to promote their artists. They focus on producing short "Promos", early music videos which started to replace the live performance of the artist on the TV-stage. 1975: "Bohemian Rhapsody" a groundbreaking video released by Queen marked the beginning of the video era and set the language for the modern music video. 1980: "Ashes to Ashes" which is considered as a groundbreaking video is released by David Bowie 1981: MTV, the first 24-hour satellite music channel, launches. Initially few cable TV operators carry it, but it rapidly becomes a major hit and cultural icon. 1983: Night Tracks debuted on Superstation WTBS (later known as TBS) with up to 14 hours of music videos each weekend by 1985. This allowed nearly all U.S. households with Cable TV to view music videos regularly as MTV still wasn't as widely available at this point in time compared to WTBS. 1983: Friday Night Videos debuted on the NBC television network, allowing nearly all U.S. households to view music videos regularly. 1984: Michael Jackson's short film Thriller is released, changing the concept of music videos forever. The Making of Thriller home video was also released in 1984. It was the first ever video about the making of a music video. 1986: Sledgehammer, the groundbreaking video from Peter Gabriel, is first shown. 1989: MTV renames its "Video Vanguard Award" to the "Michael Jackson Vanguard Award" in honor of Michael Jackson for his contributions to the art of music video. 1989: Madonna's controversial video for Like a Prayer is released. 1991: Nirvana release the "Smells Like Teen Spirit" video changing the MTV platform from glam rock to alternative rock, and catapulting grunge and Kurt Cobain into the American and Worldwide mainstream. 1992: MTV begins to credit music video directors. 1992: Guns N' Roses's groundbreaking video for "November Rain" is released and remains as one of the costliest ever produced. 1996: Pop-up Video is first aired on VH1. 1996: M2 is launched as a 24-hour music video channel, as MTV has largely replaced videos with other content. 1999: M2 is renamed to MTV2. 2002: MTV Hits is launched as MTV2 is gradually showing fewer music videos. 2006: The Norwegian unsigned band Rektor makes the worlds first playable videogame music video game http://www.rektor.no[/quote]Saunuolisohmy
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