Welcome to the
"Gladys Knight"
Video Archive
Moments from the Past!
Video Collection #1

1.  Appearing on the "Midnight Special" Gladys Knight and the Pips perform a
wonderful rendition of their hit song, "Midnight train to Georgia."

2.  During one of VH1's retrospectives, they featured a wonderful moment with
Gladys Knight and the Pips, as they perform "If I were your woman."

3.  Appearing on the 1985 "American Music Awards" Gladys Knight and the Pips
present the honor for "Female Vocalist of the Year."

4.  On the 12th Annual "People's Choice Awards" Gladys Knight and the Pips perform a
portion of each of the songs nominated for "Favorite Song of the Year."  Among the
selections, "Say you say me" "Money for nothing" and "We are the world."

5.  Looking simply radiant, Gladys joins Patti LaBelle and Dionne Warick for an
incredible special, "Sisters:  In the name of love."  Truly a remarkable evening
from all three of these talented ladies!  They look absolutely exquisite in their
evening gowns!  Throughout the show, they perform many of their favorites!
Such incredible voices!  And so much energy too!  After a rousing rendition of
the hit single, "Living in America" each of the ladies take a turn in the spotlight.
Gladys sings the classic anthem of the 70's, "I will survive" adding her own touch
to the timeless hit.  When Dionne takes to the stage, she sings "I will never love
this way again."  Which is truly fantastic!  Picking up the pace, Patti takes her
moment in the spotlight to perform her signature tune, "New Attitude."  Which
is simply "delightful!"  During the break between each of these individual numbers,
the ladies share a little bit of "girl talk" around the kitchen table, talking about
many things!  Returning to the stage together, they perform a stirring version 
of "Somewhere."  Which perfectly blends their incredible voices!  Afterwards,
they share some of the songs from the past, which is equally enjoyable, "My Guy"
"Money Money" "The Ten Commandments of Love" "I only have eyes for you" and
"Sugar Pie Honey Bunch" ~ to name but a few!  Ending the program, they sing
"That's what friends are for."  Truly a wonderful special!

6.  Making a special appearance on "New Year's Eve Rockin' Party"
Gladys Knight and the Pips sing a rousing rendition of the classic hit,
"I heard it through the gravevine."

7.  Returning to the American Music Awards, Gladys joins the rest of the
guests on hand for the evening, as they close the program with a spirited
version of the song, "That's what friends are for."

8.  During the documentary "Women in Rock and Roll" Gladys appears
briefly, talking about her life and career.

9.  Returning to the "People's Choice Awards" Gladys joins Dionne Warick and
Andy Williams, as they perform several bars of the "ten" greatest songs of
all time!  Gladys looks absolutely beautiful!

10.  Performing a stirring rendition of the classic song, "Memories" Gladys lends
her support for the AIDS Special: "That's what friends are for."  As the show
draws to a close, she is joined by Elton John, Dionne Warick and Stevie Wonder,
as they perform a rousing rendition of the song, "That's what friends are for."

11.  Looking absolutely wonderful, Gladys stops by the set of "CBS This Morning" for a 
delightful interview!  Interestingly, she mentions some of her upcoming projects,
and from the sounds of it, she is going to be quite busy!

12.  On the 2nd Annual "Soul Train Music Awards" Gladys Knight and the Pips
are honored with the "Heritage Award."  Later in the program, they perform
a wonderful rendition of their hit song, "Love overboard."  Gladys looks

13.  Ringing in the "New Year" Gladys Knight and the Pips make a special
appearance as we step into "1989!"  They perform a rousing version of
the hit song, "Sweet sweet love."  Gladys looks radiant in her elegant
evening gown.
Video Collection #2

1.  Picking up from where we left off, Gladys welcomes in the "New Year" with 
several old favorites, "Love Overboard" and "The Midnight Train to Georgia."
Gladys looks so beautiful!  Drawing the show to a close, she sings a stirring
rendition of the song, "Overnight sensation."

2.  "Entertainment Tonight" caught up with Gladys as she prepares for her first solo
concert tour, opening in Las Vegas.  Besides the new stage show, she is also shown
in the recording studio, singing the upcoming theme for the latest James Bond film.

3.  Taking home the honor for "Favorite Pop / Rock Duo or Group" Gladys Knight and 
the Pips, step to the stage to accept their "American Music Award."

4.  While embarking on her first solo tour, Gladys stops by the set of
"Good Morning America" for a wonderful interview.  Many things seem
to be coming together for her at this particular moment!  The tour, an
upcoming brand new album, and her own hair care line.  Interestingly,
when asked about her music, Gladys mentions that quite often because
she has been categorized as a "black artist" that it has placed a limit
on her ability to reach the fans.

5.  While appearing on "A Different World" Gladys joins several of the cast
members for an "all female" version of "Love Overboard."  Which is really cute!
Gladys looks absolutely wonderful!

6.  Making a brief appearance, honoring the 30th Anniversary of Motown, Gladys
introduces the next musical moment.

7.  Singing a stirring version of "Memories" Gladys makes a splendid
appearance at the "Night of a 100 Stars" celebration.

8.  Returning to the "American Music Awards" Gladys is joined by Luther Vandross
as they present two of the honors for the evening.

9.  Gladys steps in front of the camera, to unveil her latest video, 
for the song, "Men."

10.  On the 5th Annual "Soul Train Awards" Smokey Robinson received not only the
"Heritage Award" but a wonderful "medley" honoring him, with the sweet sounds
of Luther Vandross, Patti LaBelle and Gladys Knight.

11.  Gladys returns to the "American Music Awards" as they honor James Brown.

12.  Making a splendid appearance at the 20th Annual "American Music Awards"
Gladys hands out one of the honors for the evening.

13.  On the 24th NAACP Image Awards, Gladys joins Dionne as they honor
their friend, "Patti LaBelle."

14.  The following year, Gladys was honored by the NAACP, for her incredible life
and career.  Stepping to the stage, she expresses how much this award means
to her.  In a tribute to her, Phyllis Hyman and Melba Moore perform one of
her signature hits, "Superwoman."

15.  Stepping to the stage, on the 21st annual "American Music Awards" Gladys joins
Vince Gill on the timeless classic, "Ain't nothing like the real thing." 
They sound so good together!

16.  Looking absolutely stunning, Gladys sings the timeless hit, "Georgia"
during the opening night of the Atlanta Olympics.

17.  Making a splendid appearance on the Rosie O'Donnell Show, Gladys is full of energy,
and delightful as always!  After the break, she performs the classic, "Midnight
Train to Georgia."

18.  With the details surrounding her gambling addiction coming to light,
"Entertainment Tonight" featured a really nice interview with Gladys.

19.  Sounding better than ever, Gladys makes a wonderful appearance on the
"Roseanne" show, singing "Everybody."  As always, it's wonderful to see her!
And the interview portion of the program is equally entertaining!  She talks
about many things!  As the show draw to a close, Gladys performs a rousing 
version of the hit song, "Friendship train."

20.  Celebrating 50 years in the music business, Gladys stops by the set
of the "Donny and Marie" show for a delightful interview.  As she visits
with the popular duo, she relates many interesting stories!  Her impression
of Tina Turner is right on the mark!  As their conversation turns to her
new album, Gladys performs with Donny and Marie, on the classic song,
"You've got a friend."  Which is simply wonderful!

"Thank you"
for taking the time to read through these rather lengthy descriptions!  

I know it seems rather "incredible" to believe!  
All these moments from the past.
Moments that you might have missed recording.
And those that you have only heard about!

Throughout the years, I've
shared many of these clips from my
with my friends, and they have always been astounded by all the appearances
that I was able to record.  To ensure the highest quality possible, I use a "dual deck"
vcr when I'm sharing any of these moments from my collection.
I would like to trade for shows that I don't have and a few other things.
If this isn't possible, I'm then asking for enough to buy a video cassette,
the cost of shipping, and however many hours it takes to do this.
I look forward to hearing from you!