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I think Like a Rolling Stones is one of their best. Also like the Don't Stop video, but my favourite is IORR.
That one with the kids driving a car?
Must be a candidate for worst video ever by anyone.
Turning To Gold
The Jumpin' Jack Flash promo film with the warpaint and crazy sunglasses is near the top of my list. Especially when you look at it compared to what else was going on at the time -- it raises the bar in terms of weirdness that was going around in those days, and points in a new direction, headed towards glam and '70s decadence. Very important clip. Other "psychedelic" promo films from the same time period, like the Beatles "Strawberry Fields Forever" or "Baby You're A Rich Man" look incredibly tame in comparison.
Don't Stop? This one?
There were two videos of 'Undercover'.
The second one had some of the more violent scenes removed and featured more footage of the Stones 'performing' at the Bains-Douches club in Paris.
When "Harlem Shuffle" was new they played it at a theatre in Santa Monica which was showing the Terry Gilliam film "Brazil." Saw it twice (before and after "Brazil" ) one afternoon.
It looks really, really good on a big screen.
My vote: START ME UP !!
The moment, when Keith, the King of Cool, comes in sight, is hard to top.
You gotta love Keith and Ronnie's guitar "playing" in Start Me Up - they're no where near the correct chords...just holding on to the guitar and posing ha ha...