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This is my second Freddy and Jason Tribute, two years after the first one. This is basically a sequel to the first tribute I did. Song is Break The Silence by Killswitch Engage. I do not own the rights to the clips or music. All credit goes to the rightful owners.
30 Jul 2009
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A live version of the Freddie Hubbard "standard" Little Sunflower by Gabriel Midon & friends from Auch, south of France
29 Jan 2009
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Dennis Lambert, was raised in Brooklyn NY, and is now a Boca Raton real estate agent in his 60s, but as a young man in Los Angeles during the 1970s was a very successful songwriter who wrote or co-wrote over 75 Billboard Hot 100 hits. As a solo artist he released a sole album called Bags and Things in 1972. His life was recently documented in a new film that premiered at SXSW 2008 and followed him on a 2007 comeback to tour in the Phillipines where he is still revered for his popular song Of All The Things. On his own and with his partner Brian Potter in the 1970s he wrote numerous radio ready pop, soul and yacht rock classics during a stint at ABC/Dunhill such as and The Four Tops hit classic Aint No Woman (Like The One Ive Got), and The Grass Roots top 20 hit Two Divided by Love. Other top tunes he was behind include #1 R&B single for Tavares It Only Takes a Minute, Glen Campbells crossover smash Rhinestone Cowboy , Hall & Oates Shes Gone, Covens One Tin Soldier, and British group Freddie & The Dreamers, novelty hit Do The Freddie. In the 1980s Lambert penned the embarrassingly catchy career saving monster Starship hit We Built This City and the touching The Commodores hit Nightshift, a tribute to black music legends Jackie Wilson and Marvin Gaye. Lambert was also behind The Righteous Brothers hit Rock And Roll Heaven, which did a similar service to other lost rockers a decade earlier like Janis Joplin and Bobby Darin. ..pls enjoy!!!
17 Feb 2009
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Hello again, and thank you for joining us today at the Butler Blog. As always, I am your host, Allen Butler, Managing Director of The Realty Butler LLC and agent of West USA Premier Properties. Before we get started, let me remind our audience again regarding pre-foreclosure options: there are really only two; you can work it out so you can stay, or work it out so you can leave. Today, we’ll discuss your options for STAYING in the home, and there are two: either rectify the loan, or modify the loan. Now, before we get too far ahead, I want to go back for just a moment here and pull the timeline of foreclosure, and review the “Action Zone” for homeowners. Remember, the quicker you call for help, the more options you’ll have. And, you’ll feel better knowing that a plan is in place for dealing with the problem. Now, the reason for you loan “delinquency” is very important, because it determines your options in dealing with the foreclosure. There are two reasons for delinquency. One reason is Hardship. This can be any number of things, from death to divorce to illness to military or job transfer. Notice that these “certifiable hardships” are something over which the homeowner has little or no control. The other reason for delinquency is Strategic. This is where homeowners CAN pay their mortgage, but simply don’t want to because the house is too far “upside – down.” Whether fortunate or not, there is no help for people who have the money to pay, but choose not to. Now, if you have a verifiable hardship, you have two options to STAY IN YOUR HOME: 1.) First, you can bring your balance current. If your hardship was temporary, or you have some way to come up with the money to clear the back payments and fees and continue the payments, you CAN get yourself our of foreclosure, right up until the home is sold at auction. Obviously, this will not be an option for many. 2.) Your only other option to stay in the home is to request a loan modification from your lender. Let’s examine these loan mods, and how they work. Earlier this year, the US Treasury Dept issued the Home Affordable Modification Program or “HAMP” for short. The program has guidelines to determine eligibility for a loan mod, and it identifies four methods of doing loan mods. We’ll deal specifically with HAMP, as 85% of all mortgage servicers in the US use it, or a program like it, to modify loans. Now, the primary goal of HAMP is to make loans more “affordable,” and it identifies an affordable mortgage as one that is not more than 31% of monthly net income. It is important to note that all modifications are on a trial bases for 90 days, and if the payments are made in full and on time, and all requested documents are provided to the lender, the modification will be “locked in” for 5 years. In order to be eligible for HAMP 1.) You have to either already be behind on payments, or in a position where your ability to make payments is about to stop. 2.) You must also have a certifiable hardship, as discussed previously. 3.) The loan must have been written BEFORE January 1st 2009 4.) Second mortgages and Home Equity Lines of Credit are NOT eligible for this program. The Dept of Treasury is currently working with investors and industry trade groups to develop ways to include second lien-holders into the program. 5.) Finally, your loan balance cannot be greater than $729,750 If you are eligible, your loan can be modified in up to 4 ways: 1.) Most loan modifications are done by lowering the interest rate. Rates can go as low as 2%. At the end of 5 years, the rate will go back to either your original rate, or the Freddie Mac 30 year fixed rate at the time of the modification, whichever is lower. If a rate adjustment is NOT sufficient to reach 31% of your monthly income, the lender can next adjust the term of your loan. 2.) HAMP says that lenders can extend and re-amortize loans for up to 40 years. However, many loans are sold in packages to loan servicers using “Pooling and Servicing Agreements”. These agreements usually will not allow servicers to extend the term of only one loan within the pool. 3.) Now, if lowering your mortgage rate and extending your term are not enough, lenders CAN do principle “forbearance.” This means that a portion of the mortgage will be “lopped off” and placed into an insulated “bubble”. You won’t pay any interest or principle on this portion for a while, but that amount is still attached to the mortgage, and the entire amount is still owed. 4.) The final modification is “principle forgiveness”. This means that a portion of your loan is again, lopped off, but this time, it’s entirely forgiven and “disappears”. Of the 1700+ permanent loan modifications made under HAMP so far, only 5 were achieved by principle reduction. In other words, the chances of this happening are SLIM. Now, this highlights a problem. Let’s talk about that for a minute. I mentioned in our first installment that negative equity was a large part of the foreclosure crisis. Now, in comparing the problems of negative equity and unemployment against the programs in place to combat this foreclosure crisis, we see that these programs may simply delay the inevitable. Let’s do a simple example for an Arizona family in trouble with their mortgage. So, this family bought a home in 2005 for $250,000, and the monthly payment is $1,887 per month. Now, hardship comes, the mortgage is modified, and the new payment is only $1025 per month. Now the family can afford their home. Remember, the family still owes $250,000 on the house. The fact of the matter is, right now, the home in question is really only worth $100,000 TOPS. Now, let’s fast forward. In year 6, the loan interest rate goes back up. Is the family making more money now, so they can afford the re-adjusted payment? If not, they’re in the same boat they were in 5 years ago. But that’s only part of the problem. Remember, the family still owes close to $250,000 on the home, and it was only really worth $100,000 at the time of the loan modification. If any life change forces a move, you’re in the same place you were in 2007; upside down, in a big way. What will the real estate market look like in 2017? Who knows, but I’ll ask you, the viewer: how many years do YOU think it will be before home values in Arizona DOUBLE from what they are now, so these people can sell if they need to? My professional instincts say it’ll be PLENTY longer than 5 years. It’s already been 4, and the problem seems to just keep rolling along, impervious to efforts to stop it. See, the bottom line is, loan modifications are a personal family decision regarding the home, and families should definitely proceed with caution. Also, be sure to keep an eye toward the future when planning your long term strategy. Remember: 1.) Your payment WILL go up again. IF you can afford to make the new adjusted payment, you’ll live happily forever after. 2.) You may be living in the home well, “forever after”. . . Now, please listen, and listen carefully: I AM NOT advocating that Arizona homeowners should decide against a loan modification. What I AM saying is: do not jump in blindly, thinking that a loan modification will resolve the underlying issues. And remember that for the remaining 97% of the country where home prices have NOT crashed and burned, a loan modification may be exactly what those families need. They may have a very good expectation that they’ll be able to recover the equity they need to sell their homes again in 5-7 years. Please, if you have questions or concerns about loan modifications, I encourage you to call our offices, or simply send an email. We are always here to help. Also, remember, these broadcasts are just my personal internet ramblings. The things I say should NEVER be construed as legal, credit, or tax advice. If you have questions regarding your specific set of circumstances, I strongly encouraged you to seek the appropriate professional counsel. In our next installment, we’ll cover the SHORT SALE, what it is, who can do one, and why they would do one. Until then, if you have questions or concerns regarding your personal pre-foreclosure situation, I encourage you to contact me. My staff of highly trained and certified mortgage default specialists is always ready to take your calls or emails. Until Next time, this is Allen Butler, Managing Director of The Realty Butler LLC, and agent of West USA Premier Properties, signing out.
7 Nov 2009
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*******www.80millionmoviesfree**** Fantasy horror movie A Nightmare on Elm Street (2010) is back with the Freddy Krueger returns. Directed by Samuel Bayer and released 30 April 2010 staring Jackie Earle Haley
19 Apr 2010
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Mashup of Queen & David Bowie's "Under Pressure" and Vanilla Ice's "Ice Ice Baby." Video taken from "Under Pressure" music video, Queen live at Wembley Stadium, David Bowie at the Freddie Mercury tribute concert, "Ice Ice Baby" music video and Vanilla Ice on "Hit Me Baby One More Time" on Fox. Copyrights belong to their respective owners. All music and videos used without permission. All clips harvested from the Internet.
20 Oct 2011
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Ripped from HD broadcast by ZDF Kultur on 09.07.2012 A Concert for Life : The Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert for AIDS Awareness was an open-air concert held on Easter Monday, 20 April 1992 at London's Wembley Stadium, for an audience of 72,000. The concert was produced for television by Ray Burdis and broadcast live on television and radio to 76 countries around the world, with an audience of up to one billion. The concert was a tribute to the life of the late Queen frontman, Freddie Mercury, with all proceeds going to AIDS research. The show marked bassist John Deacon's semifinal concert with Queen (save two live appearances with Brian May, Roger Taylor and Elton John in 1997). The profits from the concert were used to launch The Mercury Phoenix Trust AIDS charity organisation. 01. Queen feat. Joe Elliot & Slash - Tie Your Mother Down 02. Queen feat. Robert Plant - Crazy Little Thing Called Love 03. Queen - Too Much Love Will Kill You 04. Queen feat. Paul Young - Radio Ga Ga 05. Queen feat. Seal - Who Wants To Live Forever 06. Queen feat. David Bowie & Annie Lennox - Under Pressure 07. Queen feat. George Michael & Lisa Stansfield - These Are The Days Of Our Lives 08. Queen feat. George Michael - Somebody To Love 09. Queen feat. Elton John & Axl Rose - Bohemian Rhapsody 10. Queen feat. Elton John & Tony Iommi - The Show Must Go On 11. Queen feat. Axl Rose - We Will Rock You 12. Queen feat. Liza Minnelli & Cast - We Are The Champions
10 Jan 2014
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Stevie Riks NEW PROFILE ***********/MrSTEVIERIKS Dont be without your Riks Fix!! Purchase his DVDs at his official website *******www.stevieriks**** and check out his FANSITE ******* Video edited by Marcel Vossen ***********/marcelvossen
20 Aug 2009
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5 Oct 2009
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I bought the Nightmare on Elm Street DVD Box Set yesterday. The lady friend and I watched the first installment tonight and she was so freaked out that the second it was over, she popped the Gilmore Girls in to lighten the mood. I was thoroughly amused, so I picked up my guitar and sang a song to her. Lyrics were completely improvised and as follows: When you sleep tonight Freddy's gonna eat your soul He's gonna gut you like a fish You think you're safe Watching the Gilmore Girls But when you sleep Freddy's gonna cut off your head He doesn't care How cute or cute or cute you are He's gonna kill you anywayeeyayeeyay So sleep tight baby Baby sleep tight The only thing that's gonna be tight Is Freddy's grasp around your neck Baby it's been nice knowing you But I've gotta say goodbye Cos tonight is the last night I'll ever see you alive You can close that door And pretend you can't hear me It doesn't even matter cos Freddy's not dead (He's gonna come back and he's gonna cut off your head. Again) I know you can hear me No matter how hard you try You can't ignore the fact that Freddy's gonna shove his knife in your eyes Blood will pour From every orifice And your guts will hang like A roll of fly paper from your abdomen You're lookin at me like I'm crazy But the truth is this If you think you're not gonna die tonight Then you're full of sh*t So just face the facts Even though you got a cute ass Freddy's gonna tear it to shreds One more time now, he's Gonna cut off your head. You're dead. I'm not sure why but people keep asking for the chords in this so they can play it. It's really just the simplest thing imaginable to play. It's just G - Em - C - D. And if you missed it the first time, these lyrics were just improvised and not meant to impress. And I know it's not the Nightmare on Elm Street theme. And I realize Freddy didn't have a blade on his thumb (Though some folks will argue he did in The New Nightmare but I won't even go there) And finally, I know the drawings are terrible, I played the song back and attempted to doodle things relevant to the lyrics as they were sung. There was no planning involved and I certainly didn't take my time trying to create a masterpiece. All that being said, I hope you can just see this for what it is, a playful improvisation to make light of someone's being scared witless by what I actually consider to be a fairly cheesy horror flick. Hope you can appreciate it..
14 Aug 2011
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BEFOREHAND I MUST CLEARIFY THAT: 1- NO ECONOMICAL BENEFIT NOR PROFIT IS INTENDED BY UPLOADING ANY OF MY VIDEOS BUT 2- ONLY TO SHOW WHAT A GREAT PERFORMERS QUEEN WERE 3- NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT INTENDED AT ALL ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- COPYRIGHT QUEEN PRODUCTIONS---------- ------------------------------------------------------- I know that lately i had been uploading magic tour concerts, but today's upload is different. Today is a special occasion, It's been 20 years since Freddie left us physically just to become a legend. In Some sort of way of tribute i decided to upload The 1992 tribute concert. that took place at wembley. Unfortunately it is not complete, but the most important moments are here. Not much else to say. We all miss you Freddie boy!!! Setlist : 01- Queen + Joe Elliott/Slash - Tie Your Mother Down 02- Queen + Roger Daltrey/Tony Iommi - I Want It All 03- Queen + Zucchero - Las Palabras de Amor 04- Queen + Gary Cherone/Tony Iommi - Hammer to Fall 05- Queen + James Hetfield/Tony Iommi - Stone Cold Crazy 06- Queen + Robert Plant - Thank You (intro)Crazy Little Thing Called Love 07- Brian May with Spike Edney - Too Much Love Will Kill You 08- Queen + Paul Young - Radio Ga Ga 09- Queen + Seal - Who Wants to Live Forever 10- Queen + Lisa Stansfield - I Want to Break Free 11- Queen + David Bowie/Annie Lennox - Under Pressure 12- Queen + Ian Hunter/David Bowie/Mick Ronson/Joe Elliot/Phil Collen - All The Young Dudes 13- Queen + David Bowie/Mick Ronson - Heroes 14- David Bowie - The Lord's Prayer 15- Queen + George Michael - 39 16- Queen + George Michael/Lisa Stansfield - 17- These Are the Days of Our Lives 18- Queen + George Michael - Somebody to Love 19- Queen + Elton John/Axl Rose -Bohemian Rhapsody 20- Queen + Elton John/Tony Iommi - The Show Must Go On 21- Queen + Axl Rose - We Will Rock You 22- Queen + Liza Minnelli/Cast - We Are the Champions 23- Queen - God Save The Queen (tape)
25 Aug 2012
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Guns N' Roses - Bohemian Rhapsody (with Elton John and Queen (Live At The Freddy Mercury Tribute Concert 1992)
20 May 2009
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Robert Plant & Queen sings Thank you & Crazy little thing called love Live in Wembley London from the Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert in 1992. Songlist: Tie your Mother Down: Joe Elliott, Slash I want it all: Roger Daltrey, Tony Iommi Las Palabras del Amor: Zucchero Hammer to Fall: Gary Cherone, Tony Iommi Stone cold Crazy: James Hetfield, Tony Iommi Thankyou: Robert Plant Crazy litle Thing: Robert Plant Too much Love will kill You: Brian May Radio GaGa: Paul Young Who wants to live Forever: Seal I want to break Free: Lida Stansfield Under Pressure: David Bowie, Annie Lennox All the Yuong Dudes: Ian Hunter, Mick Ronson Heroes: David Bowie, Mick Ronson '39: George Micheal These are the Days of your Lives: Somebody to Love: George Micheal Bohemian Rhapsody: Elton John Axl Rose The Show must go On: Elton John, Tommy Iommi We Will Rock You: Axl rose We are the Champions: Liza Minnelli
21 Dec 2008
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Queen and Axl Rose sing We Will Rock You at the Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert.
9 Jan 2009
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Guns n' Roses Preforming Knocking On Heavens Door at the Freddie Mercury Tribute concert in the old Wembley Stadium. "With Only Women Bleed" as the intro
25 Apr 2009
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My own tribute to John Deacon from Queen. He is the good and the best bass player and he was the 'silent' member of the band. Queen - One Year of Love His years active with Queen: 1971 - 1997 (retired) John Deacon's last involvement with the band was in 1997, when the band recorded the track "No-One but You (Only the Good Die Young)". It was the last original song recorded by all three remaining members of Queen, and it was released as a bonus track on the Queen Rocks compilation album later that year. The death of Queen's lead singer Freddie Mercury affected Deacon deeply, and after playing live with Queen one last time at the Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert for AIDS Awareness, he made the decision to retire from music. "One Year of Love" is a song by John Deacon. The album version features Deacon playing Yamaha DX-7 synth, a string orchestra conducted by Lynton Naif and a saxophone played by Steve Gregory. The song doesn't feature May. Deacon decided to substitute the guitar components with a saxophone solo after a discussion with May. It was released as a single in France and Spain only, and appeared during the bar scene in Highlander.
5 Feb 2009
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