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All posts tagged "video profile"
Night Flight’s Lou Reed video profile captures the NY rocker at a rare moment in his career, willing to adapt
Lou Reed was a maverick performer and songwriter whose unflinching depictions of life’s dark side influenced a countless number of bands. Night Flight’s Video Profile of Reed catches a true original at an interesting point in his...
- Posted March 20, 2017
“Video Profile: New Order”: Night Flight’s 1989 episode highlighted the electro-dance band’s experimental videos
Night Flight’s “Video Profile: New Order” — which originally aired on July 27, 1989 — includes several of the electro-dance band’s eccentric music videos, which were mostly directed by celebrated artists and experimental filmmakers like Robert Longo,...
- Posted February 6, 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
Bananarama: Our 1985 Night Flight video profile featured the post-modern synth pop trio’s early classic cuts
In our Bananarama video profile — which first aired on “Night Flight” on December 28, 1985 — Pat Prescott tells us: “In 1979, Sara Dallin and Siobhan Fahey were students at the London College of Fashion and...
- Posted December 8, 2016
“Night Flight Goes to the Movies”: Watch Master of the Macabre Brian De Palma’s video profile from 1988
In this special “Night Flight Goes to the Movies” video profile of film director Brian De Palma — which originally aired in 1988 — the filmmaker who gave us Dressed to Kill, Carrie, Phantom of the Paradise,...
- Posted November 11, 2016
From sports bloopers to movie credits, everything goes better with Dire Straits’ “Walk of Life”
Night Flight’s video profile of Dire Straits — originally airing on August 15, 1986, and now available on Night Flight Plus — offers a look at both the UK and the US videos for “Walk of Life,”...
- Posted October 26, 2016
“Don’t You (Forget About Me)”: In the summer of 1986, Scottish band Simple Minds were featured in our Video Profile
In our Video Profile of the Scottish band Simple Minds — it originally aired on “Night Flight” on June 28, 1986, and is now streaming on Night Flight Plus — we took a look at seven of...
- Posted September 27, 2016
Night Flight’s 1987 R.E.M. video profile: Here’s the story behind “Radio Free Europe” and other early videos
“Night Flight”‘s video profile on R.E.M. — which originally aired on April 11, 1987, and is now streaming over on our Night Flight Plus channel — featured several of the band’s earliest videos while they were still...
- Posted September 14, 2016