Jon Hammond Theme Song played by The original Late Rent Session Men, Bernard Purdie drums, Barry Finnerty guitar, Chuggy Carter perc., Jon Hammond at his 1959 B3 Organ
Tim Kavanagh mentions the Champlain Pictures (formerly Stoneworks Entertainment) fundraising cruise and Larry Holden on Late Night Saturday.
Official selection at the Sundance Film Festival, Late Bloomer is a compelling and humorous short film about 7th grade sex ed class gone horribly wrong. Loosely based on the dark tales of HP Lovecraft.
This video looks at the making of the début bernee EP "Late Night Show". In particular, part 1 looks at the pre-production process.
Full Metal Alchemist AMV with the song "Never Too Late" by Three Days Grace
Ashley Scott in The late late show with Craig Ferguson
Classic Wines visited Paumanok vineyard in Long Island to learn about their delicious 2005 Sauvignon Blanc late harvest wine. Wine makers walk their vineyards to check on their grapes, always aware of the many things that can go wrong. Sometimes however things can turn out to be just right.
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Jon Hammond Late Rent Session Men with Bernard Purdie drums, Alex Foster sax, Chuggy Carter perc., Barry Finnerty gtr., Jon Hammond at 1959 B3 Organ in MIKELL'S 97th St. & Columbus Ave. NYC, very first hit of 5 night run on a hot summer night in Aug. 1989. Kicking it off with a classic organ blues James And Wess on this historic date. This was the musicians hang from 1969-1991 run by Pat & Mike Mikell (RIP) ©2008 *******www.HammondCast**** FSB = Funk Soul Blues As Seen On The Jon Hammond Show MCTV and HammondCast Radio Show KYOURADIO camera Joe Berger
late afternoon at the beach before going to a sensual party !
late afternoon at a beautiful beach strip
Punishment for waking up late
Deep from the cellar of his below average life, Danimal takes a harsh look at a world gone mad with celebrity and pop culture. In each episode he delivers his skewed view of the popular commercial garbage cluttering the television landscape via his late nite cartoons.