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Part one. Stephen Brown and crew gatecrash the once peaceful medieval times. However they may not be the only strangers in town.
22 May 2008
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Part two. Stephen Brown and crew gatecrash the once peaceful medieval times. However they may not be the only strangers in town.
23 May 2008
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Part three. Stephen Brown and crew gatecrash the once peaceful medieval times. However they may not be the only strangers in town.
24 May 2008
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Part Four. Stephen Brown and crew gatecrash the once peaceful medieval times. However they may not be the only strangers in town.
24 May 2008
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The clip Strangers in town from Winchester '73 (1950) Stayin' overnight, mister? Maybe! We'll board your horses! Two bits in the corral with grain feedin'! Four bits to stall 'em! Real clean stall? Yes, sir! You can look for yourself! You look like an honest man! Here! I'll take your word for it, mister! I don't care! Let go! Let go! You've got no right to treat me this way! I'm not doing anything now that I haven't been doing for the last six months! Just till over the Fourth! Why don't you pick on the gunslingers... and the tinhorn gamblers instead of a girl tryin'to make an honest dollar? What about Steve? You know I'm expecting him any minute! If he comes to town and finds I'm gone, he's liable never to catch up with me! Come on! Oh, no! Is there something I can do for you, ma'am? Stranger in town? That's right! But I was talkin' to the lady! Yeah! Well, don't fret about it, Lola! If Steve comes along, I'll send him on after you! Thanks, anyway! Get up! Hyah! Lola's all right! It's just that some folks in town! think the dance hall girls might give the place a bad name over the holiday!
21 Dec 2011
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Old footage I got from a show called 'the golden age of Rock and Roll" Recorded off an old VCR tape. I'm trying to find out more info to this video, but sites I search keep contradicting each other. Some sites state it was from the Hullabalo show season 1 episode 13, but other sites say he sang 'Stranger in Town' during that episode. Then there's 'Shindig' where some sites don't state which song he actually sings. Anybody really know where this video was recorded and which show it was broadcasted on?
22 Jun 2009
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Chris De Burgh - The Traveller 1982 In from the coast, riding like the wind and racing the moon, Shadows on the road, dancing and a-weaving like a crazy fool. A horseman is coming, death in his heart, for a rendez-vous, And where the traveller goes, nobody knows, Where the traveller goes, nobody knows.... A candle in the night, fear on every face when he goes inside (Maybe he's on the run?) Get back from the bar! A stranger in town is a dangerous sight (Maybe he's got a gun?) "Bring a bottle of whisky, landlord, I wanna talk for a while." And where the traveller goes, a cold wind blows, Oh, where the traveller goes, a cold wind blows.... There is something in his eyes, something in his hands, You can almost smell his revenge! And whoever he is after, it will be disaster: This man is gonna take him to the very end.... Well, the landlord he trembled, staring at a face he'd seen somewhere before. (You laid him in the ground) Suddenly remembers a killing, yes, a murder, many years before. ('T was you that shot him down) He said to a boy: "Saddle me the black, I'll meet you down below. With this man I must talk, with this traveller I'll go, With this man I must talk, yes with him I must go." There is something in his eyes, something in his hands, I can almost smell his revenge! And it's me that he's after, it will be disaster: This man is gonna take me to the very end.... And they were never seen again!
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PLEASE NOTE: I divided my uploads between multiple channels, Bookmark this link in your browser for instant access to an index with links to all of John1948's oldies classics. LINK: http://tinyurl.com/Channel-Index One of the best and most original rockers of the early '60s, Del Shannon was also one of the least typical. Although classified at times as a teen idol, he favored brooding themes of abandonment, loss, and rejection. In some respects he looked forward to the British Invasion with his frequent use of minor chords and his ability to write most of his own material. In fact, Shannon was able to keep going strong for a year or two into the British Invasion, and never stopped trying to play original music, though his commercial prospects pretty much died after the mid-'60s. Born Charles Westover, Shannon happened upon a gripping series of minor chords while playing with his band in Battle Creek, MI. The chords would form the basis for his 1961 debut single, "Runaway," one of the greatest hits of the early '60s, with its unforgettable riffs, Shannon's amazing vocal range (which often glided off into a powerful falsetto), and the creepy, futuristic organ solo in the middle. It made number one, and the similar follow-up, "Hats Off to Larry," also made the Top Ten. Shannon had intermittent minor hits over the next couple of years ("Little Town Flirt" was the biggest), but was even more successful in England, where he was huge. On one of his European tours in 1963, he played some shows with the Beatles, who had just scored their first big British hits. Shannon, impressed by what he heard, would become the first American artist to cover a Beatles song when he recorded "From Me to You" for a 1963 single (although it would give him only a very small hit). Shannon's melodic style had some similarities with the burgeoning pop/rock wing of the British Invasion, and in 1965 Peter & Gordon would cover a Shannon composition, "I Go to Pieces," for a Top Ten hit. Del got into the Top Ten with a late-1964 single, "Keep Searchin'," that was one of his best and hardest-rocking outings. But after the similar "Stranger in Town" (#30, 1965), he wouldn't enter the Top 40 again for nearly a couple of decades. A switch to a bigger label (Liberty) didn't bring the expected commercial results, although he was continuing to release quality singles. Part of the problem was that some of these were a bit too eager to recycle some of his stock minor-keyed riffs, as good as his prototype was. A brief association with producer Andrew Loog Oldham (also manager/producer of the Rolling Stones) found him continuing to evolve, developing a more baroque, orchestrated pop/rock sound, and employing British session musicians such as Nicky Hopkins. Much to Shannon's frustration, Liberty decided not to release the album that resulted from the collaboration (some of the material appeared on singles, and much of the rest of the sessions would eventually be issued for the collector market). By the late '60s, Shannon was devoting much of his energy to producing other artists, most notably Smith and Brian Hyland. Shannon was a perennially popular artist on the oldies circuit (particularly in Europe, where he had an especially devoted audience), and was always up for a comeback attempt on record. Sessions with Jeff Lynne and Dave Edmunds in the '70s didn't amount to much, but an early '80s album produced by Tom Petty (and featuring members of the Heartbreakers as backing musicians) got him into the Top 40 again with a cover of "Sea of Love." He was working on another comeback album with Jeff Lynne, and sometimes rumored as a replacement for Roy Orbison in the Traveling Wilburys, when he unexpectedly killed himself on February 8, 1990, while on anti-depressant drugs. ~ Richie Unterberger, All Music Guide
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01 Have You Heard 02 And Then I Knew 03 Here to Stay 04 First Circle 05 Scrap Metal 06 Farmer's Trust 07 Episode D'Azur 08 Third Wind 09 This is Not America 10 Antonia 11 To the End of the World 12 Minuano (Six-Eight) 13 Stranger in Town. Lyle Mays - Piano, Keyboards Pat Metheny - Guitar Steve Rodby - Acoustic and Electric Bass David Blamires - Vocals Mark Ledford - Vocals Armando Marcal - Percussion Paul Wertico - Drums
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LINK DE DESCARGA : http://www.4shared.com/mp3/KRXcfToJ/DJ_Tavo_Mix__Dont_Dream_is_Ove.html? aqui les dejo mas mixes 80s en 12":http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a7G7NSvQkdo mix nro 2 : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cn7HeGf15IM&feature=channel&list=UL mix nro 3 :http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dL_uQaF433s LISTA DE CANCIONES DE ACUERDO AL TIEMPO 0:00 Crowded House - Don't Dream It's Over 2:30 Billy Idol - Eyes Without A Face 7:00 Toto - Africa 10:15 Tina Turner - What's Love Got To Do With It 13:20 Sandra - Maria Magdalena 16:25 Laura Branigan - Self Control 18:40 Pet Shop Boys - Domino Dancing 23:30 Herbie Hancock - Rock it 26:50 Rick Astley - Never Gonna Give You Up 30:23 Kool & The Gang - Fresh 32:50 Rockwell - Somebody's Watching Me 35:00 prince - when doves cry 38:43 New Order - Blue Monday 42:05 U2 - New Years Day 45:30 Bryan Adams - Summer Of '69 50:05 Dire Straits - Sultans Of Swing 54:30 Indochine - 3eme sex 57:13 Glenn Frey - The Heat Is On 1:00:13 toto-stranger in town 1:02:30 A-Ha - Take On Me 1:04:25 B-52's Private Idaho 1:06:45 Kenny Loggins - Footloose 1:08:05 Billy Idol - Dancing With Myself 1:11:07 Pat Benatar - Love Is A Battlefield 1:13:57 WAX - Right Between The Eyes
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My youtube acount has recieved two strikes in order to keep my videos up, i am not posting videos to this account anymore, I will however be creating a new youtube account AnthonyVardaro3 http://www.youtube.com/user/AnthonyVardaro3?feature=mhee This is a compilation album released by Bob Seger in 1994, which still remains as one of the best selling compilation albums of all time, the album marks some of his greatest hits while he was with his "Silver Bullet Band" and also has two previously unreleased tracks. Tracklisting / Writing Credits / Original Album In Which The Song Appeared On 1.Roll Me Away Originaly from the album "The Distance" (1982) (Seger) 2.Night Moves Originaly from the album "Night Moves" (1976) (Seger) 3.Turn The Page Originaly from the album "Live Bullet" (1976) (Seger) 4.Youll Acompany Me Originaly from the album "Against The Wind" (1979) (Seger) 5.Hollywood Nights Originaly from the album "Stranger In Town" (1978) (Seger) 6.Still The Same Originaly from the album "Stranger In Town" (1978) (Seger) 7.Old Time Rock and Roll Originaly from the album "Stranger In Town" (1978) (Seger / Jackson / Jones) 8.We've Got Tonight Originaly from the album "Stranger In Town" (1978) (Seger) 9.Against The Wind Originaly from the album "Against The Wind" (1979) (Seger) 10.Mainstreet Originaly from the album "Night Moves" (1976) (Seger) 11.The Fire Inside Originaly from the album "The Fire Inside" (1990) (Seger) 12.Like a Rock Originaly from the album "Like a Rock" (1986) (Seger) 13.C'est La Vie Previously Unreleased (Seger / Berry) 14.In Your Time Previously Unreleased (Seger) Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use. I do not own anything all rights reserved to Bob Seger and The Silver Bullet Band, this video is for entertainment purposes only, i own nothing!
13 Jun 2013
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