Gonna Cut You Down on YouTube
30, 2006 Rolling Stone article about the video
Wikipedia page about the song, including Cash's version and video
Vanessa Paradis: L'incendie
Released March 26, 2008. The
video is directed by Johnny, and it is highly suspected that he also
appears in the video as a mysterious man wearing a hat.
y a and other videos on Vanessa's official site
Evening Standard interview with Vanessa
of the video
A11) Shane MacGowan & Friends: I Put A Spell On You
Released February 24, 2010. Johnny plays guitar
single to benefit Concern Worldwide, for their relief efforts for the
victims of the devastating January 2010 earthquake in Haiti.
video features Shane MacGowan, Nick Cave, Bobby Gillespie, Glen
Matlock, Chrissie Hynde, Paloma Faith, and Eliza Doolittle on vocals,
Johnny, James Walbourne, and Mick Jones on guitar, Cait
O’Riordan on bass, Carwyn Ellis on keyboards, and Rob
on drums. The fire hydrant (extinguisher) was
“played” by Mick Jones.
Infinitum Nihil, Johnny's production company, is thanked in
ending credits, though there is no indication that they were actually
involved in the production of this single.
A Spell On You on YouTube
Shane MacGowan "Kills a Dog for Haiti": Only Shane can
threaten a stuffed animal to promote a charity in this hilarious YouTube
He and Victoria Clarke also compliment Johnny's guitar
Alice Cooper: I'll Bite Your Face Off
Released August 22, 2011. The video is for
single from the album, Welcome 2 My Nightmare. Johnny appears
briefly in live performance footage from a June 26, 2011 show at the
100 Club in London. Johnny didn't actually play on the song
Bite Your Face Off at the show, but instead played on I'm Eighteen and
School's Out/Another Brick In The Wall.
Bite Your Face Off on noisecreep.com
I'll Bite Your Face
Off on YouTube
Paul McCartney: My Valentine
Premiered April 13, 2012 an event hosted by Stella McCartney in LA.
Also released on the Live Kisses DVD on November 13, 2012.
Paul McCartney directs this video, with cinematography by Wally
Pfister, based on a concept by Stella McCartney. There are
actually three videos in all: one with Johnny, one with Natalie
Portman, and one with both. The song is an
composition from his album, Kisses On The Bottom. During the
videos, Johnny and Natalie use American Sign Language to interpret the
lyrics to the song. Johnny and Natalie were coached by Bill
of The American Sign Language Company (thanks to Melissa and Evelyn for
the information). In addition, according to McCartney's
offical site, "Johnny
Depp also plays guitar in his version and recorded the track's guitar
solo live. His guitar take was then mixed and mastered into
final track. The original guitar solo on the studio version
the song was performed by Eric Clapton."
in May of 2012, a split-screen version of the video was shown before
the French film The Intouchables during its US theatrical
Producer Harvey Weinstein said in a statement, "What
an honor it is to have Paul's short film directorial debut on the head
of 'The Intouchables' showings. Paul and Stella are great old friends.
Since it has been shown in theaters, IMDb considers this
video to be a film short and has added it to its database
The video got a prominent showing at the December 12, 2012
"12-12-12" Concert for Hurricane Sandy relief, as Paul McCartney had it
playing on screen behind him as he performed the song live.
See also the Making My Valentine featurette below.
Train Kept A Rollin' on YouTube
A15) Paul McCartney: Queenie Eye
Released on October 24, 2013. Johnny filmed his part in this
at the legendary Abbey Road Studios on September 30, 2013. He
shown in photos
arriving at the studio that day. Other celebrities that
participated include Johnny's Into
castmates Meryl Streep, Chris Pine, Tracey
Ullman, and James Corden
as well as Jeremy Irons, Kate Moss, Sean Penn, Lily Cole, Alice Eve,
and many others. From a casting call placed on paulmccartney.com
20 lucky fans were also reportedly chosen to take part in the video;
their part was filmed on October 2. In the video, Johnny is
the first and the last celebrity seen, as stars and fans begin to fill
up a previously empty recording studio while Paul does a take of his
song. Stars and fans are seen dancing to, singing along with,
grooving to the song, but when the take is over, the studio is once
again found to be empty, except for Paul. When asked in a Twitter
on October 3 when was the last time he laughed uncontrollably, Paul
replied that it had been the day before, during the video shoot.
Boston Blackie on YouTube
A17) Paul McCartney: Early Days
Released on July 7, 2014 on Rollingstone.com
. Johnny was reported to be filming another video
with Paul on March 5, 2014, and was later spotted in screen caps.
It was subsequently confirmed that the video was indeed filmed on March 5, in Los Angeles.
(bottom right photo, l-r: Al Williams, Misha Lindes, Johnny Depp, Roy Gaines, director
Vincent Haycock, Paul McCartney, Henree Harris, Dale Atkins, Lil
Poochie, Motown Maurice)
Early Days on YouTube
Article and video on Rollingstone.com
Article on NME
News of the video release on PaulMcCartney.com
Slideshow of the video shoot, with photos by MJ Kim, on PaulMcCartney.com
A17a) Paul McCartney: Early Days (Exclusive Behind-The-Scenes Jam)
Released on September 5, 2014 on PaulMcCartney.com
which says, "This exclusive footage captures an impromptu jamming
session that broke out between Paul and the musicians on the day of the
shoot." The footage lasts a full half hour and is an awesome
example of pure musicianship.
A18) The New Basement Tapes ft. Lead Vocal by Marcus Mumford: Kansas City
Released on November 4, 2014. This is an "Official Music Video" from the Showtime documentary
Lost Songs: The Basement Tapes Continued, which premiered on November
21, 2014. The documentary is about the recording of Lost On The
River: The New Basement Tapes, which features songs using some newly
discovered Bob Dylan Lyrics from the era of The Basement Tapes (ca.
1967). Artists including Mumford, Elvis Costello and others
composed and arranged music to Dylan's Lyrics. Johnny filled in
for Costello on a day that the latter had a scheduling conflict and
could not attend a recording session, participating on Kansas City.
Actor (Archive Footage from Films)
Iggy Pop/Goran Bregovic: In The Deathcar
Clips are from the motion picture, Arizona Dream
In The Deathcar on YouTube
The Proclaimers: I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles)
Clips are from the motion picture, Benny & Joon
You Ever Really Loved A Woman on YouTube
are from the motion picture, Alice