Historian and author Richard Brookhiser talks about James Madison's invention of the first national political party in 1792.
Kelly Kelly flashes Balls Mahoney.
Kelly and Balls encounter each other backstage. Balls gives Kelly a really cute stuffed bear.
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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
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
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
Can be found in my song thread at http://fretsonfire.net/forums/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=56180 Okay, another awesome song from A7X. I resynched t...
Can be found in my song thread at http://fretsonfire.net/forums/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=56180 Okay, another awesome song from A7X. I resynched the entire song and recharted all guitar parts.... Less
B-side: "There's a Place" nReleased: March 2 1964 (US) nFormat: vinyl record 7" nRecorded: Abbey Road: February 11, 1963 nGenre: Rock and ro...
B-side: "There's a Place" nReleased: March 2 1964 (US) nFormat: vinyl record 7" nRecorded: Abbey Road: February 11, 1963 nGenre: Rock and roll nLength: 2:23 nLabel: Tollie 9001 (US single, 1964)nCapitol 5624 (US-1986) nProducer: George Martin nJohn Lennon: rhythm guitar, lead vocalsnPaul McCartney: bass guitar, backing vocalsnGeorge Harrison: lead guitar, backing vocalsnRingo Starr: drumsnn"Twist and Shout" is a song written by Phil Medley and Bert Russell. It was originally recorded by the Top Notes and then covered by The Isley Brothers. It was covered by The Beatles with John Lennon on the lead vocals and originally released on their first album Please Please Me. The song was covered by The Mamas & the Papas (in the style of a ballad) in 1967 on their album Deliver, and on a film soundtrack by Cliff Richard. It was also covered by The Tremeloes. Most recently Chaka Demus and Pliers (featuring Jack Radics and Taxi Gang) reached #1 on the UK charts with their version in January 1994. The Who performed it throughout their career, most notably on Live at the Isle of Wight Festival 1970 and 1982's Who's Last.nnTHE BEATLES VERSIONnThe Beatles released the song on their first UK album, Please Please Me. The recording session for that album was their first album session, and is notable for eleven songs having been recorded in a mere 10 hours (the remaining four songs had previously been released as singles and one song was not released). "Twist and Shout" was the last song recorded; producer George Martin knew John Lennon's voice would suffer from the performance, so he left it until last, with only 15 minutes of scheduled recording time remaining for the album.nLennon was suffering from a cold, and was drinking milk and sucking on cough drops to soothe his throat. His coughing is audible on the album, and the cold's effect on his voice is audible in this recording. Even so, he produced a memorable vocal performance, a raucous, dynamic rocker. He later said his voice was not the same for a long time afterward, and that "every time [he] swallowed, it felt like sandpaper."nThey tried for a second take, but Lennon had nothing left and it was abandoned. George Martin said, "I did try a second take ... but John's voice had gone."nThe Beatles' cover was released on 2 March 1964 in the U.S. as a single, with "There's a Place" as its B-side, by Vee-Jay Records on the Tollie label. It reached #2 on 4 April 1964, during the week that the top five places on the chart were all Beatles singles. (In the Cashbox singles chart for the same week, "Twist and Shout" was #1.) In the United States, "Twist and Shout" was the only million-selling Beatles single that was a cover record, and the only Beatles cover single to reach the Top 10 on a national record chart.nIn the UK, "Twist and Shout" was released on an EP with three other tracks, "Do You Want to Know a Secret", "A Taste of Honey", and "There's a Place", from the Please Please Me album. Both the EP and Album reached #1 (see Twist and Shout (EP)). In Canada, it became the title track to the second album of Beatles material to be issued by Capitol Records of Canada on February 3, 1964.nIt is regarded as one of the finest examples of British rock and roll for its vocal performance. The song was used as a rousing closing number on Sunday Night at the London Palladium in October 1963 and at The Royal Variety Show in November 1963, the former signalling the start of "Beatlemania". They performed it on their Ed Sullivan Show appearance in February 1964.nThe Beatles continued to play the song live until the end of their August 1965 tour of North America. Additionally, they recorded "Twist and Shout" on nine occasions for BBC television and radio broadcasts, the earliest of which was for the Talent Spot radio show on 27 November 1962.nn1986 RECHARTINGnThe Beatles' version of the song enjoyed a resurgence of popularity in 1986 after Matthew Broderick lip synced it in the film Ferris Bueller's Day Off. Coincidentally, the Rodney Dangerfield film Back to School (released two days after Ferris) also featured the song, this one sung by Dangerfield himself and patterned after the Beatles' arrangement. The use in the two films help propel the single up the Billboard Hot 100, where it peaked at #23 late that summer, giving the group their second chart single of the 1980s (the other being "The Beatles Movie Medley" in 1982). The song's seven week run in the U.S. Top 40 in 1986, combined with its original 16-week run in 1964, makes Twist And Shout the longest running Top 40 hit for the Beatles at 23 weeks. Less
Rechart inspired by the original dlc, with some minor fixes and double bass added :D The intro triplets in the video are too fast; i've corr...
Rechart inspired by the original dlc, with some minor fixes and double bass added :D The intro triplets in the video are too fast; i've corrected those since my playtest. The rest is fine,... Less
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