Sep 30, 2011 Universal Records
–x–Info–x– Song: Serenity Artist: Godsmack Footage: FFX Programs: Windows Movie Maker –x–Story–x– Follow the lyrics and that’s the story. I was listening to this song one day and it seemed to describe the emotions in FFX almost perfectly. So many things connected. One example: They wanted to bring the Eternal Calm to Spira. Calm/Serenity…you see the connection. –x–Notes–x– This was only the second AMV I ever made…so it’s far from perfect. But it’s always been very special to me. DISCLAIMER: NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT IS INTENDED. I DO NOT CLAIM TO OWN ANY FOOTAGE OR MUSIC USED IN THIS VIDEO. ALL RIGHTS GO TO THEIR RESPECTIVE OWNERS.
Sep 30, 2011 Record Label
Check out our “NEW” website for more music videos at www.bvmtv.com Eric Breed (July 12, 1970 — November 22, 2008) better known as MC Breed, was an American rapper best known for his singles “Ain’t No Future in Yo Frontin”, which peaked at #66 on the Billboard Hot 100 and “Gotta Get Mine”, featuring 2Pac, that made it to #6 on the Hot Rap Singles. Born in Flint, Michigan, Breed is also known as the first commercially successful rapper to come out of the Midwest. MC Breed’s first album was released with rap group DFC and was entitled MC Breed & DFC for independent record label, SDEG Records. His solo debut was 1992’s 20 Below, after which he released 1993’s The New Breed. He would go on to have a very extensive discography and have a very long career that was at times successful, but he never fully broke into the mainstream. His highest charting album was 1994’s Funkafied, which peaked at #106 on the Billboard Hot 200. Through his career he would align himself with various rap scenes. Early in his career with DFC, he and the group were independents, as one of the first groups out of the midwest. However, later in his career he aligned himself with the West Coast, taking on more of a G-Funk sound and befriending West Coast rapper Too Short. Still later, he realigned himself once again with the Dirty South for 1995’s Big Baller. Breed released two more albums with Wrap Records – 1996’s To Da Beat Ch’all and 1997’s Flatline – to fulfill his contract with the label. In 1998 …
Sep 30, 2011 Columbia Records
During his long and distinguished career, Ray Price has accomplished the remarkable feat of re-inventing hard-core honky-tonk and also gaining success with lushly arranged love ballads aimed at the country-and-pop crossover market. Whether clad in rhinestone suits or tuxedos, he has maintained an independence characteristic of great innovators in all artistic fields. He was born Ray Noble Price near Perryville, Texas, on Jan. 12, 1926. As a boy, he divided his time between his father’s farm and his mother’s home in Dallas, where she moved after she and her husband divorced. After serving in the US Marines during World War II, Ray planned to become a veterinarian and attended North Texas Agricultural College. Singing at nearby Roy’s House Cafe, however, led Price down a different road, and with assistance from Dallas recording entrepreneur Jim Beck, he made his first record for the Nashville-based Bullet label in late 1949 or early 1950. Soon he was singing on Dallas radio programs, including the popular KRLD Big D Jamboree. His work impressed Peer-Southern publishing executive Troy Martin, who steered him to a contract with Columbia Records in 1951. Hank Williams also helped Ray by featuring him on road shows and writing “Weary Blues (From Waitin’)” for him. Price’s recording of the tune sold well enough to strengthen his bid for Grand Ole Opry membership. He joined the cast in 1952, roomed with Hank for a time, and shared Hank’s Drifting Cowboys as his band. Not …
Sep 28, 2011 Universal Records
ATTENTION: Spoilers Thanks to EVERYONE for your wonderful, cheering comments! I read all of them and feel so glad that you enjoy this small vid ! I love Toradora and this is my first AMV about this wonderful show. I thought this song would fit it anyhow, since everytime I listened to it I thought about the good, warm and lovely sides of life. This anime includes many wonderful scenes and moments, too, thats why it was very easy to put a video with it together. The atmosphere just matched perfectly. Now I also got a new video-software and it doesnt seem to make trouble at all. I love the quality of the final product and Im also sort of satisfied with it. There are only a few moments I would like to change (if I had more time) but only rendering took already more than an hour just as uploading it and I needed to get it finished quickly. Thanks to xValkyrieAngelx and sasukenote89 for explaining me how to render this video so itll be as you can see now! And thanks to lumcolette1993, who sent me a special effect-picture, just as to niciTheOnly1 who actually inspired me to create a vid to this song (she did one, too, you should watch it!) and helped me with the effects, too! All in all I did that for a special person I’ve been knowing for very long already (Rikku! xD). Its for his bday, but since I don’t think he’s going to watch it or like the song..I don’t know whether I should give it to him x_X.I hope he has a great birthday, a very long life with much luck and health …
Sep 28, 2011 Record Label
This is a replica of the Portal gun from Valve’s 2007 release of the same name. It had been created as an auction piece for the 2010 Child’s Play Charity event auction in Seattle, December 7th. This piece is a one off and is not for sale outside this charity auction. For more info about Child’s Play, visit www.childsplaycharity.org Build blog can be found at volpinprops.blogspot.com Music is “Seventeen Years” by Ratatat. Audio content for this video belongs to the respective recording artist and record label. No profits will be made from this video and audio is chosen purely on appreciation to the respective artist as a fan. Please visit Ratatat at www.ratatatmusic.com
Sep 28, 2011 Columbia Records
Recorded: “Village Vanguard”, New York City, NY December 12, 1976 Personnel: Dexter Gordon – Tenor Sax Woody Shaw – Trumpet / Flugelhorn Ronnie Mathews – Piano Stafford James – Bass Louis Hayes – Drums
Sep 28, 2011 Atlantic Records
This video is taken from the DVD “The Best Yet Live” by the band Switchfoot. All rights reserved to Atlantic Records and all applicable copyright holders. Disclaimer: This video is not high-quality. If you want a high-quality version, you must purchase “The Best Yet Live.” Visit www.switchfoot.com for more information. This DVD is the next best thing to going to a real Switchfoot concert.
Sep 26, 2011 Record Label
All music rights go to jj heller and the record label! This is an awesome song! If you were a boat, my darling A boat, my darling I’d be the wind at your back If you were afraid, my darling Afraid, my darling I’d be the courage you lack If you were a bird, then I’d be a tree And you would come home, my darling to me If you were asleep, then I’d be a dream Wherever you are, that’s where my heart will be Oh, do you know we belong together? Oh, do you know my heart is Yours? If you were the ocean, I’d be the sand If you were a song, I’d be the band If you were the stars, then I’d be the moon A light in the dark, my darling for chorus.