For 23 years, The Ed Sullivan Show was the high-water mark for musicians looking to break through to a mainstream audience. Now, after being off the air for just under 50 years, the show’s expansive catalog of legendary musical performances is coming to YouTube.

From The Beatles and The Rolling Stones making their United States debuts to Elvis Presley shocking audiences across the country with his hip gyration, The Ed Sullivan Show captured some of the most important moments throughout the nascent stages of rock n’ roll.

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Though many of the legendary program’s most iconic performances have been uploaded to the internet via bootlegs and other low-quality recordings, this announcement will mark the beginning of high-resolution (or, at least, as close as they could get in the 1960s) videos to YouTube. The development comes after a deal between UMe and Sofa Entertainment Inc., according to Rolling Stone.

On Friday, the official YouTube for The Ed Sullivan Show has uploaded performances from The TemptationsThe SupremesThe Jackson 5Marvin GayeNeil Diamond, and The Beach Boys. Given the show’s expansive vault of performances, the full rollout of videos will take place over the next three years. Scroll down for a schedule of uploads for the next few days, and enjoy some classic clips from the newly launched Ed Sullivan Show YouTube page.

The Beach Boys  — “Good Vibrations” — 10/13/1968

The Supremes — “You Can’t Hurry Love” — 9/25/1966

The Temptations — “I Can’t Get Next To You” — 9/28/1969

The Jackson 5 — “Stand!” — 12/14/1969

Marvin Gaye — “Take This Heart Of Mine” — 6/19/1966

Neil Diamond — “Sweet Caroline” — 11/30/1969

The Ed Sullivan Show Upload Schedule

June 12th – Marvin Gaye, “Take This Heart of Mine” (June 19th, 1966)
June 12th – The Supremes, “You Can’t Hurry Love” (September 25th, 1966)
June 12th – The Beach Boys, “Good Vibrations” (October 13th, 1968)
June 12th – The Temptations, “I Can’t Get Next to You” (September 28th, 1969)
June 12th – Neil Diamond, “Sweet Caroline” (November 30th, 1969)
June 12th – The Jackson 5, “Stand!” (December 14th, 1969)
June 12th – Gladys Knight and the Pips, “I Heard It Through the Grapevine” (March 29th, 1970)
June 13th – Smokey Robinson and the Miracles, “Yesterday” (March 31, 1968)
June 14th – Four Tops, “Reach Out I’ll Be There” (October 16th, 1966)
June 14th – The Jackson 5, “I Want You Back” (December 14th, 1969)
June 15th –  Diana Ross and the Supremes, “Love Child” (January 5th, 1969)
June 16th – The Temptations, Medley: “Girl (Why You Wanna Make Me Blue)”/”All I Need”/”My Girl”/”(I Know) I’m Losing You” (May 28, 1967)

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[H/T Rolling Stone]