U2, performing for free in downtown LA. ". . . an iconic moment in the history of music."
Portishead, featuring Beth Gibbons, live.
Al Green, with Lenny Kravitz, Sheryl Crow, and B. B. King, live.
About half are by folks I never heard of. But if you have the imported Abbey Road, you can supposedly sell it "for up to $4,000". The single version of "Spirit in the Night" supposedly retails for "up to $5,000".
"The lovely Miss Grace Potter" from the Love for Levon concert.
Not much of an answer here, but I give the author props for documenting what seems to me to be a fairly obvious but underdiscussed phenomenon.
The Bangles. (For some reason the video has the ladies crammed into a cab. But the cab is driven by Spock!)
Kinda cool. (Series of one-minute videos.)
My hit series of DJ videos exploring pairs of songs that aren’t direct covers or rip-offs, but have similar melodies, riffs, or chord progressions and just fit together nicely.
Maria McKee (formerly of Lone Justice), from the Pulp Fiction soundtrack.