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Music Video for Khleo's "In My Soul" Directed By Zero Unlimited Films LLC Twitter: *******twitter****/Khleo_T SBT: *******souljaboytellem****/profiles/blogs/khleo-sodmg-artist-in-my-soul Download link: *******bit.ly/9k9uMI
27 Jul 2011
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Before I get another DMCA filed against me, I'd like to say I have put this online as I belive this can be counted as fair use, as it criticises Warner Bros. Remastered DVD version. I really hope someone at Warner sees this, and by the time the Blu-ray reissue is released, the audio problems that were encountered on the DVD release have been resolved! BTW: I've signed up for one of these "Complete an offer and get a few people to do the same and get an iPhone" thingys, not sure if they work, but it would be good if people can do the same... *******apple.real-incentives****/40461 if I do get an iPhone, I will (firstly be amazed) report back, and thank people. Anyway, on to the video: MARIJUANA!!! From the same VHS of CH4 (UK)... encoded as MPEG this time (experimenting!) People have to agree, the Woodstock 1969 concert was something amazing... just wish I was around then to go and see it for myself.
30 Jul 2011
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From the movie The Sapphires - Dave (Chris O'Dowd) tries to teach the girls about what soul really is. 
28 Sep 2012
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"Be Good" is the first video from Jazz singer Gregory Porter's critically acclaimed album of the same name. Purchase the album: *******itunes.apple****/us/album/be-good/id496955458?uo=4 *******motema****/artist/gregory-porter *******gregoryporter****/store Video Credits: Directed by award winning filmmaker Pierre Bennu, with cinematography by Shawn Peters and special set work by visual artist Dirk Joseph. Shot entirely on location in Baltimore, Maryland, director Pierre Bennu visually compliments Porter's intense lyrics and smooth, soulful vocals with vibrant colors and whimsical storytelling, and sets it all against Charm City's unique backdrop. As two lovers traverse their everyday lives amidst the mundane, Bennu draws on the power of everyday magic, the fear of loss, and the yearning for love in what he calls a "lullaby for your inner child." "The dance of love is something that can be done alone but it is also fun with somebody else," says Bennu. "I wanted to show two characters; one who was so busy dancing alone, never looking to have a partner... and another so desperate for love that he would do whatever it took to get it. What that character finally realizes is that all he needed to offer forth was himself." To compliment his artistic vision, Bennu tapped the talents of Baltimore-based multidisciplinary visual artist Dirk Joseph, whose 'magical props' add significantly to the video's playful and enchanting sensibility.
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16 Jun 2013
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Marsha Ambrosius CD: Late Nights & Early Mornings 2011 Song Title: Your Hands Purchase at iTunes & Amazon****
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smile empty soul music video
24 Jun 2008
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With the deluge of techno artists from all over the world making headlines, it's easy (although very wrong) to forget that techno was created in Detroit, Michigan by African-American visionaries like Kevin Saunderson, Juan Atkins and Derrick May. From there Kenny Larkin began his musical career in 1990 after serving two years in the U.S. Air Force, where he was repairing computers. Hanging out at local Detroit clubs like The Music Institute and The Shelter, he soon hooked up with Richie Hawtin and John Acquaviva recording under a variety of monikers, including Dark Comedy, Pod and Yennek. His first full-length album Azimuth, released in 1994, established Kenny as one of the major forces in contemporary dance music. Last year's follow-up Metaphor once again in proved convincingly that, unlike anybody else, Larkin kicks up some real soul in his Music.All in all, Metaphor is a high class Detroit package marked by variety and rhythmic enchantment; it's melodic, emotive and, like so much great U.S. techno, almost j azz-like in places. "This is electronic soul music, full of human feeling and warmth".At times very minimal and ambient, other times well informed by house, Kenny's warm dance beats hit in just the right places at just the right time. "A lot of styles of music come out in my moods: jazz, house, techno... it depends on how I'm feeling", Kenny, January 1996 Sade - NN (Kenny Larkin's Illegal Detroit Mix)
15 Oct 2008
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Watch in High Quality for optimal fidelity sound. Nostalgic classics. This song is the remix version from K-Tel Sweet Soul Music album released in 1995. It sounds slightly different than the original in 1972. I like this version too. Lyrics: My mama told me, she said, "Son, please beware. Now's this thing called love and it's everywhere" She told me, "She can break your heart and put you in misery" Since I met this little woman, I do believe it's happening to me, let me tell you It's too late to turn back now. I believe, I believe, I believe I'm fallin' in love, it's too late to turn back now. I believe, I believe, I believe I'm falling in love I found myself wanting her at least ten times a day You know, that's so unusual for me to carry on this way. I tell you I can't sleep at night. For wanting to hold her tight I've tried so hard convincing myself This feeling just can't be right, let me tell you It's too late to turn back now. I believe, I believe, I believe I'm fallin' in love it's too late to turn back now. I believe, I believe, I believe I'm falling in love it's too late to turn back now. I believe, I believe, I believe I'm falling in love it's too late baby. I believe, I believe, I believe I'm falling in love Now I wouldn't mind it if I knew she really loved me too I hate to think that I'm in love alone and there's nothing that I can do. Whoa, It's too late to turn back now. I believe, I believe, I believe I'm fallin' in love Oh, it's too late to turn back now. I believe, I believe, I believe I'm falling in love Oh baby, I believe, I believe I'm falling in love It's too late to turn back now.
11 Nov 2008
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Lay Phyu "Ah mel light ah ka"(hunting dance) was sang by bo bo aung with TRINITY SOUL MUSIC BAND in 28 April 2007 Singapore Sherwood Thingyan.
12 Nov 2008
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Jodeci is an American musical group, whose repertoire included R&B, soul music, and new jack swing. The group consisted of two pairs of brothers from Charlotte, North Carolina: the DeGrates (Donald "DeVante Swing" DeGrate, the group founder/leader, and Dalvin DeGrate) and the Haileys (main lead singer Cedric "K-Ci" Hailey and second lead singer Joel "Jo-Jo" Hailey). The group's name is a combination of the names of its members: Jo-Jo, DeGrate and K-Ci. Jodeci, also known as the "Bad Boys of R&B", is noted for being a significant influence on many of the R&B groups that came after them, particularly Dru Hill and Jagged Edge. In addition, Jodeci was the starting point for the careers of artists such as Missy Elliott, Timbaland, and Ginuwine. The group had a successful string of hit singles and platinum albums until the group went on indefinite hiatus after 1996. The Hailey brothers continued to perform together under the name K-Ci and Jo-Jo, and had success on the pop charts beyond that of the original band.
21 Dec 2008
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Isaac Lee Hayes, Jr. (August 20, 1942 -- August 10, 2008)[1] was an American soul and funk singer-songwriter, musician, record producer, arranger, composer and actor. Hayes was one of the main creative forces behind southern soul music label Stax Records, where he served as both an in-house songwriter and producer with partner David Porter during the mid-1960s. In the late 1960s, Hayes became a recording artist, and recorded successful soul albums such as Hot Buttered Soul (1969) and Black Moses (1971) as the Stax label's premier artist. Alongside his work in popular music, Hayes was a film score composer for motion pictures. His best known work, for the 1971 blaxploitation film Shaft, earned Hayes an Academy Award for Best Original Song (the first Academy Award received by an African-American in a non-acting category) and two Grammy Awards. He received a third Grammy for the album Black Moses. In 1992, in recognition of his humanitarian work, he was crowned an honorary king of Ghana's Ada district. From 1997 to 2006, he provided the voice for the character "Chef" on the Comedy Central animated TV series South Park. Hayes was found dead in his Memphis home on August 10, 2008 as reported by the Shelby County sheriff's department. His death came 10 days before his 66th birthday.[1] [2]Here is a complete slo-mo video clip of Isaac Hayes conducting the Theme from Shaft, which won an Oscar for best song. After viewing, visit this lost mash-up classic from 1985 *******www.youtube****/watch?v=9UTpVWKPxHA
10 Jan 2009
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Orquesta D'Soul Music Video *******www.odslive****
14 Jan 2009
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Here they are: true legends of soul music live in concert: The Four Tops. Recorded 2004 in Miami. Including Levi Stubbs as the lead vocalist, which is a little sensation. Enjoy them and their great music.
24 May 2009
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Visions of a dark soul. Music by Therion
17 Mar 2009
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Formed in 1969 in the Bronx, the Persuaders moved briefly to the top of the Soul Music world in the early 70s and created a handful of terrific cuts, some of which have been remade as hits in multiple genres. The Persuaders were was formed from the ashes of doo-wop groups the Internationals and the Majestics, and the group's original lineup, led by gritty lead singer Smokey Scott and also including Jimmy Barnes, Charles Stodghill and Willie Holland, signed with Atco Records in 1971. The ...
31 Mar 2009
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