Mar 30, 2012 Record Label
This is a awesome remix of James Grant and Jaytech’s Moth, made by Martin Roth (hey that rhymes:). This tune is ripped from Above and Beyond’s trance show called Trance around the World, episode number 315. Enjoy! You can listen to more shows by Above & Beyond at www.trancearoundtheworld.com Above & Beyond’s record label channel: www.youtube.com UPDATE (19.05.2010): Jaytech & James Grant – Moth (Original and Martin Roth mixes) are now available for purchase: www.beatport.com If you like this song, you can support the artist by purchasing it. This clip is only for promotional purposes only. I do not own the rights for this song. If , by posting this video on youtube, the artists are offended in any way i will delete it, with no hard feelings
Mar 30, 2012 Columbia Records
DVD: www.amazon.com thefilmarchive.org Dorothy Shay (April 11, 1921 — October 22, 1978) was an American popular comedic recording artist in the late 1940s and early 1950s, who later became a character actress. She was known as the “Park Avenue Hillbillie.” Shay was born Dorothy Sims in Jacksonville, Florida. When she began her career as a ’straight’ singer, she took vocal lessons to lose her Southern accent. She sang for the USO during World War II. Dorothy changed her name to “Shay” in order to not be confused with Ginny Simms, another performer of the day, choosing “Shay” to honor her mentor Betty Shay (Betty Shay later became Betty Corday when she married Ted Corday, producer of Days of our Lives). While performing with Morton Gould and his orchestra, she performed an encore, “Uncle Fud,” a hayseed novelty number that became very popular and launched her solo singing career. She signed with Columbia Records and recorded a series of hit records. Her biggest hit was “Feudin’ And Fightin’” in 1947. In her singing engagements, she performed dressed as a sophisticated urbanite while talking like a rural Southerner. She was popular in clubs, radio and television. She also played a nightclub singer, also named Dorothy, in the 1951 Abbott and Costello movie Comin’ Round The Mountain. She performed at Dwight D. Eisenhower’s Inaugural Ball in 1953. She also recorded for Capitol Records and Imperial Records where she recorded a rockabilly song titled “Hunky Dory”. She was …
Mar 30, 2012 Record Label
DISCLAIMER: I DO NOT OWN THE RIGHTS TO THE SONG IN THIS VIDEO PERFORMANCE. THIS IS PURELY FOR ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES ONLY. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED TO THEIR TRUE OWNERS. ORIGINAL ARTIST: Luther Vandross ALBUM: Dance With My Father (2003) RECORD LABEL: J Records —————————————— -=GADGETS=- MICROPHONE: Classic SONY SY-140 Dynamic Microphone – w/ a low-noise microphone cable directly plugged into the pc mic jack (Not USB Port) AUDIO EDITING SOFTWARE: Adobe Audition 2.0 – w/ external plugins from Sonic Foundry Sound Forge 6.0 —————————————— LYRICS: Back when I was a child Before life removed all the innocence My father would lift me high And dance with my mother and me and then Spin me around til’ I fell asleep Then up the stairs he would carry me And I knew for sure I was loved If I could get another chance Another walk, another dance with him I’d play a song that would never ever end How I’d love, love, love to dance with my father again, ooh When I and my mother would disagree To get my way I would run from her to him He’d make me laugh just to comfort me, yeah yeah Then finally make me do just what my momma said Later that night when I was asleep He left a dollar under my sheet Never dreamed that he would be gone from me If I could steal one final glance, one final step One final dance with him I’d play a song that would never ever end ‘Cause I’d love, love, love to dance with my father again Sometimes I’d listen outside …
Mar 30, 2012 Columbia Records
Destiny’s Child – Emotion, Album: Survivor(2001), Columbia Records (SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT) It’s over and done but the heartache lives on inside And who’s the one you’re clinging to instead of me tonight? And where are you now, now that I need you? Tears on my pillow wherever you go I’ll cry me a river that leads to your ocean You never see me fall apart In the words of a broken heart It’s just emotion that’s taken me over Caught up in sorrow, lost in my soul But if you don’t come back Come home to me, darling Dont you know there’s nobody left in this world to hold me tight Dont cha know there’s nobody left in this world to kiss goodnight Goodnight, goodnight I’m there at your side, I’m part of all the things you are But you’ve got a part of someone else You’ve got to find your shining star And where are you now, now that I need you? Tears on my pillow wherever you go
Mar 30, 2012 Atlantic Records
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Mar 28, 2012 Universal Records
Ohkees, so i found this lingering in my Projects Folder. It was one of my first vids i intended on making, but i put it off after someone else uploaded one. So i touched it up and finished it and decided to put it up. =D Its just about Spirit missing rain and his family, mostly rain though, i don’t know why, i just made it that way. xD anyway… Some of you may seem not to understand the ending, its him dreaming of being with his loved ones, then it comes true. =) Nothing belongs to me, all rights belong to their rightful owners, not me.
Mar 28, 2012 Columbia Records
As one of the greatest American songwriters of all times, Willie James Dixon was a bright, self-confident, determined, intelligent, and gifted man who helped the blues evolve from the 1940’s through the 1980’s. Born the seventh of Willie Dixonfourteen children on July 1, 1915, in Vicksburg, Mississippi, Dixon was greatly influenced by his mother, Daisy, who turned everything she said into rhymes, and Willie learned to do the same. However, his first real musical influence came at the age of seven when he often left school to follow a truck pulling a band behind it starring pianist Little Brother Montgomery. (Snowden 1). As a youth, Dixon sang with the Union Jubilee singers, a gospel quartet with its own radio program. At the age of seventeen, Dixon left his hometown of Vicksburg for the busy streets of Chicago to become a boxer. One year later he was named the Illinois State Golden Gloves Heavyweight Champion. Although he had early success as a boxer, he only fought four fights during his pro career because of a money dispute with his manager, which ended whatever dreams Dixon may have had as a boxer. After boxing, he began his musical career by forming the Five Breezes in 1940 with Leonard “Baby Doo” Caston. They recorded songs until 1941 when Willie was arrested for refusing to serve in the US Armed Forces. After finishing his sentence, Dixon formed a new group, the Four Jumps of Jive, which mainly performed in Chicago clubs and later recorded for Mercury (Perry 1-2 …