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Sony Walkman
"Music Pieces"
90s
4 November 2007
UK Personal Music Players

Longer version of Sony Walkman ad that details what happened when 128 musicians were brought together to create a piece of music by playing one note apiece. Often longer versions can be a little self-indulgent but this one is actually better than the one which has had most of the airtime... and that's going some.

Nintendo
"Games For Girls"

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Sony Walkman
"Music Pieces"
90s
4 Nov 2007
Longer version of Sony Walkman ad that details what happened when 128 musicians were brought together to create a piece of music by playing one note apiece. Often longer versions can be a little self-indulgent but this one is actually better than the one which has had most of the airtime... and that's going some.

Sony Walkman
"Music Pieces"
60s
26 Oct 2007
Super attention-grabbing ad for the Sony Walkman shows many, many instrumentalists somehow managing to collaborate to make a passable tune. they appear to be playing one note apiece in a wall of sound more ambitious than anything attempted by unindicted murderer Phil Spector.

Sony Walkman
"Bedside Table"
30s
14 Nov 2005
There's something classy about the new films promoting the new Sony Walkman... DAVID suspects this is because of a certain gravitas that reminds us that this brand is the Daddy of all portable music players. Here the elegant new machine grows and shrinks on a bedside table.

Sony Walkman
"Be Careful"
30s
14 Nov 2005
Filmed on a window ledge with some keys, a glass of water and the edge of Eric Morecambe's glasses for perspective. The walkman starts the size and colour of a recreational pharmaceutical and gradually blimps up. Voiceover informs us it's small but powerful. Getting bigger, but still small. OK?

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