Apache: excellent 70s video

February 13, 2007 at 10:35 am 1 comment

In the 70s, an adequate music video could be made by sticking a band in a forest clearing, surrounded by writhing (white) Pocahontas-esque dancers. Hey, is that Doug Henning? No, it’s Tommy Seebach, Denmark’s king of pop.

Someone overlaid the Moog Cookbook remix of Air’s “Kelly Watch the Stars” to this video. It all works so well.


Entry filed under: 1970s, bizarre, music, YouTube.

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  • 1. Jason67  |  February 23, 2007 at 5:15 pm

    I like the Air track better. The Moog Cookbook mix is one of my alltime faves…

    Puck, have you seen the “Indian Thriller” video on Youtube? Put it in the search query…

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