Music Video Time Machine Magazine - Issue #1Add to Favorites

Music Video Time Machine Magazine - Issue #1Add to Favorites

Go Unlimited with Magzter GOLD

Read Music Video Time Machine along with 9,000+ other magazines & newspapers with just one subscription  View catalog

1 Month $9.99

1 Year$99.99



Subscribe only to Music Video Time Machine

Subscription plans are currently unavailable for this magazine. If you are a Magzter GOLD user, you can read all the back issues with your subscription. If you are not a Magzter GOLD user, you can purchase the back issues and read them.

Gift Music Video Time Machine

In this issue

Issue #1 features an exclusive interview with filmmaker John Landis on directing Michael Jackson’s Thriller, its lasting impact, and his significantly different experience shooting Jackson’s “Black or White,” along with helming hit music videos for Paul McCartney & B.B. King. Also, a special Q&A with the late Adolfo “Shabba-Doo” Quiñones, the godfather of street dance, shines a light on his influence in the music video genre and pays tribute to his legacy.
Issue #1 also includes exclusive Q&As; with six other directors who shot music videos for hits songs from this era:

Bob Giraldi (Michael Jackson “Beat It,” Pat Benatar “Love is a Battlefield,” Lionel Richie “Hello”) Samuel Bayer (Nirvana “Smells Like Teen Spirit,” Blind Melon “No Rain,” Hole “Doll Parts”) David Mallet (David Bowie “Let’s Dance,” Def Leppard “Photograph,” Heart “What About Love,” Billy Idol “White Wedding,” Queen “Radio GaGa,” AC/DC “You Shook Me All Night Long”)
Dave Robinson (Madness “Our House” “It Must Be Love,” Tracey Ullman “They Don’t Know”)
Zbigniew Rybczyński (Simple Minds “Alive and Kicking,” Cameo “Candy”)
Howard Deutch (Billy Idol “Flesh for Fantasy,” Billy Joel “Keeping the Faith”)

Artist interviews in this issue include John Oates of Hall & Oates, Karen Valentine of the GoGos, Terri Nunn of Berlin, Keren Woodward of Bananarama, and Howard Jones, who all take the reader behind the scenes of their most famous music videos. The videos for Golden Earring’s “Twilight Zone,” the Smithereens “Time Won’t Let Me,” and Bob Dylan’s “Subterranean Homesick Blues” are also re-examined through interviews with the filmmakers.

Music Video Time Machine Magazine Description:

PublisherPackrat Planet




Music Video Time Machine is the only magazine that takes you behind the scenes of music videos during their heyday, known as the Golden Age of Music Video (1976-1994)! Read amazing stories and true tales from the people who were there through interviews with the bands, the music video directors and the key figures that participated in the evolution of the music video.

  • cancel anytimeCancel Anytime [ No Commitments ]
  • digital onlyDigital Only