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~ This concert made possible thanks to video bootleggers everywhere!
Videos
  1. I'M SO EXCITED
  2. JUMP (FOR MY LOVE)
  3. NEUTRON DANCE
  4. TWIST MY ARM
  5. SISTERS ARE DOING IT
  6. FRIENDS ADVICE (DON'T TAKE IT)
  7. FIRE
  8. WHO DO YOU LOVE
  1. AUTOMATIC
  2. SHOULD I DO IT
  3. YES WE CAN CAN
  4. CLOUDBURST
  5. LITTLE PONY
  6. BABY COME AND GET IT
  7. INSANITY
  8. HE'S SO SHY
I'M SO EXCITED
The Pointer Sisters blow off the roof performing their signature song at Night of the Proms in Belgium, 2002.

CRMechelen
Anthony Ultrastar
JUMP (FOR MY LOVE)
Released prior to the 1984 Summer Olympics games, the original video featured footage of athletes competing in track and field events.   In this edited version, some outrageous daredevil stunts have been added in.

Note: In 1996 the Pointer Sisters performed at the closing ceremonies of the Olympics in Atlanta.
fritz51331
NEUTRON DANCE
The Pointer Sisters performing their hit Neutron Dance live on German t.v. in 1985. The song reached #5 on the Billboard chart and helped immortalize Det. Axel Foley from the hit movie Beverly Hills Cop.

TWIST MY ARM
This video has comic actor Bobcat Goldthwait coyly presenting Anita with a box of chocolates.

For this and other great music videos, in 1985, the Pointer Sisters received an  American Music Award  for Best Video Group.
SISTERS ARE DOING IT FOR THEMSELVES
A feminist anthem written by Annie Lennox, this cover from "Natalia Meets The Pointer Sisters" rose high up Europe's Ultrapop chart in 2005. Ruth's daughter Issa officially replaced June in the trio and appears in this video.
NataliaDruytsVEVO
FRIENDS ADVICE (DON'T TAKE IT)
Ruth, Anita and June performing live on The Tonight Show the first single off the Right Rhythm album, Motown 1990.
Paul C
FIRE
Live performance at The Attic in Greenville, N.C., 1981.

Song was composed by Bruce Springsteen.
videoman909
WHO DO YOU LOVE
This performance shows why June was seen as the "rock & roll" sister.

Remembering June
June Pointer passed away in April of 2006.
ProvoTN
AUTOMATIC
This funky dance song was the first of 4 top-ten singles from the Break Out album. Paris concert performance in 1985.
glennSuperdude
SHOULD I DO IT
This so-called girl-group song is a classic from the Black & White album, 1981.
fritz5153
YES WE CAN CAN
Performance dated sometime in 1975? Song was the Pointer Sisters' first big hit. The late great Gaylord Birch seen here performing on drums.

Song was written by Allen Toussaint.
johnloughman
CLOUDBURST
TV rehearsal early Pointer Sisters at their best. Jazz. Rare recording.

Same song recorded by Lambert, Hendricks & Ross. Listen below.
universuale
LITTLE PONY
Dutch broadcasting Pointer Sisters Music all in Pim Jacobs. Song was originally written for the Count Basie Orchestra, and is named for saxophonist "Pony" Poindexter. Bonnie features prominently in this one.
joepjazz
BABY COME AND GET IT
Another great song from the "Breakout" album, written by Barry Mann, James Ingram, Cynthia Weil.
phunk0
INSANITY
On The Rick Dees show performing this song from the 1990 Motown album "Right Rhythm". Guitar solo by Dave Hart.

A Steve Hurley remix of "Insanity" reached Billboard's Top 5 Dance..
glixorbwee
HE'S SO SHY
In 1980 this single hit #3 on the pop charts and the album it came from, "Special Things", was certified gold.

This is a live performance on the TV show Tomorrow with Tom Snyder.
washboardblues
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