- “Tunnel Vision” Redux: Did a Kremlin-backed Russian TV network hack into C-SPAN?
- “Tell them they can laugh at me”: Remembering the humorous side of David Bowie
- Katrina Diaspora: Robert Mugge discusses the making of “New Orleans Music in Exile”
- “Junior High School”: The musical that found the high notes of your awkward hormone-driven years!
- “The Gumby Show”: America’s Favorite Clayboy is back again on Night Flight!
- Subway Blues: Robert Mugge discusses the making of “Last of the Mississippi Jukes”
- Night Flight’s World Music Library: Featuring eight music docs by Moroccan-born producer/director Izza Génini
- Night Flight’s Stuart Samuels tells us about co-producing “The Beatles: Eight Days a Week – The Touring Years”
- Something Weird is happenin’ on Night Flight: Check out our classic cult, hippie & biker flicks, drive-in sleaze and exploitation movies!
- Night Flight brings you Italo-West from Wild East: Imported Spaghetti Westerns
All posts tagged "music video"
“Flash Tracks”: This 1987 episode featured three videos from “England’s foremost female reggae band,” Amazulu
This episode of Night Flight’s video “Flash Tracks,” which originally aired on April 7, 1987, kicks off with three videos by Amazulu, the British mostly-female, mixed-racial reggae-ska-pop crossover band (although announcer Pat Prescott introduces them as “England’s...
- Posted January 13, 2017
“Take Off to Street Music”: Run-D.M.C.’s “Rock Box” video rocked from the floor up to the ceiling
Night Flight’s “Take Off to Street Music” — which originally aired on May 14, 1985 — featured the music video for Run–D.M.C.’s “Rock Box,” one of the first recorded fusions of rap and rock (although the Treacherous...
- Posted January 11, 2017
“Tell them they can laugh at me”: Remembering the humorous side of David Bowie
On this first anniversary of the passing of David Bowie, a loss still felt profoundly by all of us here at Night Flight, we’re taking an opportunity to reflect on his underappreciated capacity for self-deprecation and comedy....
- Posted January 10, 2017
All our times have come: Night Flight’s 1983 interview with Blue Öyster Cult’s Allen Lanier and Joe Bouchard
In this full episode of “Night Flight” that we’ve added to Night Flight Plus, which originally aired on July 15, 1983, a lengthy interview with Blue Öyster Cult’s Allen Lanier and Joe Bouchard is broken up by...
- Posted January 3, 2017
Night Flight’s 1983 “Take Off to the Australian Invasion” featured Tim Finn of New Zealand’s eccentric artsy septet Split Enz
Night Flight’s “Take Off to the Australian Invasion” — which originally aired on November 11, 1983 — profiled the early 80s Aussie scene and featured music videos by a wide variety of artists from “down under,” including...
- Posted December 29, 2016
“Take Off to Acid Rock”: The psychedelic flashback of Dr. and the Medics’s 1986 hit “Spirit in the Sky”
“The original catalytic agent faded away,” Pat Prescott tells us in the beginning of Night Flight’s “Take Off to Acid Rock” — which originally aired on September 16, 1988 — “… but the sights and sounds are...
- Posted December 27, 2016
“Last Christmas”: R.I.P. George Michael
George Michael — an acclaimed pop singer and one-half of the successful 80s-era pop duo Wham! — has died of heart failure at his home in Goring in Oxfordshire, England, his longtime manager Michael Lippman reported on...
- Posted December 25, 2016
Night Flight’s “New Sounds” from December 1988 featured post-punk goth goddess Danielle Dax
Danielle Dax, with her striking features and huge cat-like eyes, was one of the more interesting solo artists of the 80s, and she became something of a goth feminist icon early in her career, although her music...
- Posted December 14, 2016