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Kelly and Balls encounter each other backstage. Balls gives Kelly a really cute stuffed bear.
Miz, managed by Kelly, takes on Balls Mahoney in a Superstar singles match. Post-match, Miz kicks Kelly's teddy bear into the crowd.
Kelly, Brooke, Layla, Miz and Balls backstage segment.
The Miz makes fun of Balls in front of Extreme Expose. Kelly gets mad at Miz, but he avoids it by saying they have to go. Kelly gives Balls ...
The Miz makes fun of Balls in front of Extreme Expose. Kelly gets mad at Miz, but he avoids it by saying they have to go. Kelly gives Balls a wink before leaving. Less
Kelly asks Balls to go out with her.
MP3-Version: www.mediafire.com Surprise! Since people kept me asking for a remake, I finally decided to do them all a favour and remake this...
MP3-Version: www.mediafire.com Surprise! Since people kept me asking for a remake, I finally decided to do them all a favour and remake this track for it to be downloadable again. I changed a few things in this version, though. Firstly, I exchanged the "Lose on the Ship" tune with "Death Against K. Rool" and moved it between "Crocodile Cacophony" and "Lost World Anthem". Secondly, I added the "Dixie Defats the Boss" at the end (inspired by SonicBrawler77's comment on the video of the improved version). I had to cheat heavily to get those high E-bends at 6:53 (octave 5 E, which actually doesn't exist, but can be achieved using certain bends). I hope you don't notice it too much xD The rest is practically the same, with the exception of some minor charting and Starpower changes. Although, I skipped the drum recharting for the sake of total notes used. Since I used a lot of markers in this one, I had to stay below ~7400 notes to prevent the game from freezing upon previewing it on GHTunes/GHTracks. That's why the drum track won't be as cool to play as it was with the first version. I think this is an acceptable trade-off. It still sounds the same though. I also diminished the keyboard note count in the first part (Lockjaw's Saga) to save a good amount of notes and even though those chords now sound a little different, It does not lose any epicness in my opinion. Tracks in order of appearance: - Lockjaw's Saga (0:07) - Stickerbush Symphony (0:36) - Krook's March (1:23 ... Less
Brothers, greet your brothers. 82 new men have joined our provisional chapter at Arkansas, ready to recharter the former Alpha Omicron Chapt...
Brothers, greet your brothers. 82 new men have joined our provisional chapter at Arkansas, ready to recharter the former Alpha Omicron Chapter! Less
"Feelin' Alright" also known as "Feeling Alright" is a song written by Dave Mason of the English rock band Traffic from their eponymous 1968...
"Feelin' Alright" also known as "Feeling Alright" is a song written by Dave Mason of the English rock band Traffic from their eponymous 1968 album, Traffic. The song was also a hit single for several performers: Joe Cocker (1969, #69, recharted in 1972, US#33), Mongo Santamaría (1969, #95) and Grand Funk Railroad (1971, US#54). It has also been recorded by Three Dog Night (1969), The 5th Dimension (1970), Lou Rawls, Freddie King, Paul Weller, Lulu, Chairmen of the Board (1970), Rare Earth, The Electric Concept Orchestra, Mother's Finest (1973), The Ohio Players (1971), Diana Ross with the Jackson 5 (1971), Maceo Parker, Gladys Knight & the Pips, Widespread Panic and The Black Crowes. A Steel Drum version by Trinidad Oil Company was reissued on the dancefloor jazz compilation Blue Juice 2. It was also featured in the 2000 film Duets, sung by Huey Lewis. Both the original and the Joe Cocker cover were featured in the movie Flight, starring Denzel Washington. en.wikipedia.org Less
Erin Gruwell is an educator and president of The Freedom Writers Foundation. When Erin landed her first job at Wilson High School in Long Be...
Erin Gruwell is an educator and president of The Freedom Writers Foundation. When Erin landed her first job at Wilson High School in Long Beach, Ca, she discovered many of her students had been written off by the education system and deemed "unteachable." As teenagers living in a racially divided urban community, they were already hardened by exposure to gang violence, juvenile detention, and drugs. By fostering an educational philosophy that valued and promoted diversity, she transformed her students lives. She encouraged them to rethink rigid beliefs about themselves and others, to reconsider daily decisions, and to rechart their futures. nWith Erin's steadfast support, her students shattered stereotypes to become critical thinkers, aspiring college students and citizens for change. They dubbed themselves the "Freedom Writers." Inspired by Anne Frank and Zlata Filipovic (who lived through worn-torn Sarajevo), Erin and her students captured their collective journey in "The Freedom Writers Diary - How a Teacher and 150 Teens Used Writing to Change Themselves and the World Around Them." The book and their stories became the basis for the movie, THE FREEDOM WRITERS, in which Hilary Swank starred as Erin Gruwell.nnTEDxCONEJOnTEDxConejo, an independently organized TED event, was held in Thousand Oaks, Ca on March 26, 2011. The conference theme was Energy, using that word very broadly to go beyond what powers our homes and transportation but really what fuels life. What energizes business, education, health, and ideas? What energizes you? A broad mix of thinkers and doers characterizes the TEDx experience both on the stage and in the audience. TEDxConejo is open to the general public and produced in association with the Conejo Valley Unified School District. For more information visit www.tedxconejo.comnnAbout TEDxnIn the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized. (Subject to certain rules and regulations.) Less
Please excuse the typo error year released date in the video. It's 1972.nnProcol Harum's lyricist Keith Reid told us the story behind this s...
Please excuse the typo error year released date in the video. It's 1972.nnProcol Harum's lyricist Keith Reid told us the story behind this song: "Gary Brooker and I, before we formed Procol Harum, when we were just working together as songwriters and getting into it, we had this regular deal where he lived about 40 miles from London near the ocean, and I'd jump on a train once a week and go visit him. He'd have a bunch of my lyrics and he'd play me whatever he had been working on. This particular time, though, I'd got down there and he'd been working on a tune. He said, 'What does this sound like to you?' And I said, 'Oh, conquistador.' It had a little bit of a Spanish flavor to it. I went into another room and started writing the words there and then. 99 out of 100 of those Procol Harum songs were written the words first, and then were set to music. But that particular one, the words hadn't existed before he had the musical idea."nnConquistadors were Spanish soldiers who set out to conquer the Americas after their discovery by Christopher Columbus in 1492.nnThis became a hit when Procol Harum recorded it live with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra on November 18, 1971. It was released in 1972 on the aptly titled album Procol Harum Live with the Procol Harum are a British rock band, formed in the 1960s, who contributed to the development of progressive rock, and by extension, symphonic rock. Their best-known recording is their 1967 single "A Whiter Shade of Pale." Although noted for its classical influence, Procol Harum's music also embraces the blues and pop.nnBased in Southend, Essex, The Paramounts, led by Gary Brooker and Robin Trower and including Chris Copping, scored a moderate British success in 1964 with Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller's "Poison Ivy," which reached number 35 in the UK singles chart. Unable to generate any follow-up success, the group disbanded in 1966.nnIn April 1967, Brooker began working as a singer/songwriter and formed Procol Harum with non-Paramounts Keith Reid (poet), Hammond organist Matthew Fisher, guitarist Ray Royer and bassist David Knights. Guy Stevens, their original manager, named the band after a friend's Burmese cat. The name has been said to be Latin for "beyond these things", but the correct Latin translation of "beyond these things" is Procul His. Alternatively, the name has been translated as "of these far off things" (harum is in the feminine, genitive, plural). However, procul would not be followed by a genitive in Latin. The name of the band is frequently misspelled; often with Procul, Harem, both, or other variations.nnAt Olympic Studios, with session drummer (and non-Paramount) Bill Eyden, producer Denny Cordell, and sound engineer Keith Grant, the group recorded "A Whiter Shade of Pale" and officially released on . With the sudden success of this single and The Moody Blues' "Nights in White Satin", their label Deram Records became known as a premier progressive rock label .nnAfter "A Whiter Shade of Pale" became a hit, the band set out to consolidate their studio success by touring; their live debut was opening for Jimi Hendrix in 1967.nThe group's follow-up single, "Homburg", with a lineup change of former Paramounts B.J. Wilson on drums and Robin Trower on guitar, was almost as successful in the UK as it reached #6, but the LP Procol Harum, was less successful (it was recorded soon between the two hit singles, but was held back until early 1968 and in mono and phony stereo, which was unusual by that time). A series of singles charted lowly in the US and UK, though rarely both at the same time. A Salty Dog (1969; see 1969 in music) was popular among fans, and was their first album to sell well in the UK; it is still regarded as one of their finest albums. The title track in particular gained a good deal of US FM radio airplay, with Reid's ominous lyrics in the forefront. However, Fisher, who produced this album, departed the band soon after its release.nnProcol returned to success on the music charts in the following years with a distinctly symphonic rock sound, often backed by symphony orchestras. At this they were one of the first groups to achieve success; Procol Harum Live with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra was a #5 gold album in the U.S. in 1972, as well as reaching #48 in Britain. "Conquistador" (a track from their first album, recharted for accompaniment by the Edmonton Symphony in 1971) was a hit single in 1972, getting to #16 in the U.S. with considerable additional FM radio airplay, while reaching #22 in the UK. Their follow-up album, Grand Hotel, did fairly well, reaching #21 on the U.S. Billboard Chart in 1973. Less
Even though this was recharted for 4 lane drums the fills are still pretty awkward and hard. I though the 2x bass version would be a non iss...
Even though this was recharted for 4 lane drums the fills are still pretty awkward and hard. I though the 2x bass version would be a non issue because the on... Less
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