FROM BEGINNING TO END - - 3 FINGER FLOYD - 1968 MUSTANG RESTORATION
'Pretty Boy' Mayweather takes on Rich Schefren in Las Vegas, USA.;0)
Rich Schefren KO's Floyd Mayweather in the decisive 'attention grabbing' match in Las Vegas. Mayweather's corner threw in the towel when they realized that that they were finished until they started applying Schefren's web 2.0 marketing strategies to their game. Mayweather paid great respect to his opponent, promising to read the freedownload and get with the 2008 marketing tidalwave that he said he knows will bring him greater success in the future. ;0
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What hasn’t already been said about the legendary Sun Studio. It’s the birthplace of Rock and Roll where the King himself, Elvis Presley, cut his first records…as did other notables like Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis and Roy Orbison. But what is often overlooked is the founder of Sun Studio, Sam Phillips, was consumed by the sound of the blues. In fact, it was the blues that lured Phillips to Memphis so that he could record black musicians from the Delta. In the early 50’s, years before Elvis came through the door, Phillips recorded the likes of Howlin’ Wolf, Little Milton, B.B. King, James Cotton and Rufus Thomas.
Floyd had lived in Memphis as a kid so on our first trip down south we went to Memphis looking for his family. While we were there Joel wanted to go visit Sun Studio but nobody would go with him. On our next trip to Memphis, Joel was determined to visit Sun Studio so he booked a recording session. Hey for 85 bucks an hour to stand and record on hallowed ground seems like a bargain. There were no real expectations that evening other than letting Joel have a little fun. No new songs were attempted except for one little gem that surfaced at the end of the session. The result was a cross between the blues and an old time church spiritual…very eerie. Have a listen.
Days before we arrived in Clarksdale, Jimbo Mathus was busy setting up a new recording studio in the old WROX radio station. The WROX building had been boarded up since the early 50's and oddly enough everything looked as it did 50 years ago. Even the old microphones were still sitting in the same spot. In 1947, WROX hired Early Wright as the first black disc jockey in the south. The station featured many famous artists, including Elvis Presley and B.B. King, who would come by to play on the air and give interviews. The legendary blues artist Robert Nighthawk had a show and Ike Turner had his humble beginnings at the station working as a janitor. If there was ever a Mecca for the blues, Clarksdale is hands down the promised land.
The Clarksdale recording session focused on some of the bands favorite classic blues tracks. But the song "Lights Out" was one of the few originals that they recorded that night. I had heard a rough take that Joel played for me over the phone before we left for Mississippi so I was anxious to hear how it would turn out with the lyrics. One thing to keep in mind about this session is that all of the songs recorded that night were unrehearsed…and what makes "Lights Out" even more astounding is that Floyd had never seen this song before. Look carefully and you can see Floyd is glancing down at the floor reading the lyrics. His ability to look at a song and immediately feel the words is something I have never seen nor heard before. It still amazes me to this day the magic that was tapped inside those walls that night and for the lucky few who were there to witness would agree.
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FLOYD, a short narrative film by new writer/director Vincent Tremblay, takes its audience to a bizarre world full of death, hunting, taxidermy, and anything in between.
Richard aspires to the ranks of a mount maker with the unmatched skill and devotion that only his single minded teacher, Sandra, can provide. But when their mutual friend Donna brings in her deceased husband for a 'job' which Sandra happily accepts, Richard's world starts to unravel. As he's pulled further into the project, he questions his own morals by having to put 'work first,' while creating a life-like Centaur out of his old friend. Left at odds with his hidden feelings for Sandra and insecurities about his own work, he is taken on a ride that borders on horror, drama, and often comedy. It is Sandra, however, that must face much bolder issues when Donna winds up dead and the law starts knocking at her door.
FLOYD is as funny as it is thought provoking, and paints a twisted picture where even the most bizarre is fair game, as long as its a challenge.
FLOYD IS AN AMATEUR BODYBUILDER. THIS IS THE "BEFORE" VIDEO.
IN A COUPLE OF MONTHS WE WILL CHECK IN TO SEE HIS PROGRESS.
HE'S MY FITNESS GO TO GUY SO IF YOU GUYS HAVE QUESTIONS, HOLLER.
Videoclip de Pink Floyd sobre la serie anime Evangelion
Boxer Floyd Mayweather comes to the rescue of Rey Mysterio by attacking The Big Show at WWE No Way Out 2008.
The final guitar solo from Pink Floyd's Comfortably Numb
- spoof of pink floyd & hrithik roshan
- This is exactly what india college kids will do to oppose their teachers
- the song and the choreography blends in very well.
- You guys have to see the original video of Another Brink In the Wall - 2(http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3l1-Qbs U5gA)in order to understand this video.
Emily Brass Band at the Pine Tavern in Floyd April 20 2008
A full cover for Pink Floyd most famous song "The Wall part 2", recorded using my new super mxr compressor pedal, the song played in full including the song and the solo, which takes lots of bendings to do it...
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played by Tamer Tamo
Alternative solo for Pink Floyd's 'High Hopes'
Pink-Floyd - The Dark Side of the Moon-2
Money by Pink Floyd
This is only about the first half of the song. I didn't play the entire song because a lot of the song is repetitive and i don't know how to play the whole song yet.