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Cirque du Soleil's tribute to The Beatles "A Day In The Life" and Carol Wood and Timmy Mitchum (from "Across the Universe") perform "Let It Be" at the 50th G.a..y Awards in Los Angeles, California on February 10th, 2008. The performance includes music and artists from the popular Cirque du Soleil show The Beatles "Love", which is currently running at the Mirage Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. For more Cirque du Soleil check out my Cirque du Soleil Primer at *******www.roysac****/cirque Cheers! Carsten aka Roy/SAC p.s. subst the three "." in G.a..y with two times the letter "m" and one time the letter "r". If you wonder why I did not spell out G.a..y, ask the folks who organize the event and have taken down every single video that just mentions them. This is my recording from TV that is shared without the intend to make any profits from it, but what they care. They obviously never heard about YouTube and social media and spend their day being paranoid that some software pirates rip their precious content and sell DVD knock-offs made in China via ebay and their millions of dollars in profit will all go down the drain. I guess the TV jerks tasted too much of their own programming.
  • 11 Apr 2010
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The yet unfinished Crazy Horse Memorial mountain carving is located less than 30 minutes from the famous Mount Rushmore Presidential Memorial where the heads of George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt and Abraham Lincoln were carved into the mountain rock for the eternity. The Crazy Horse mountain carving dwarfs the impressive Mt.Rushmore one in size and scale. Also the time to create it is an eternity compared to the Mt.Rushmore project. The sculptor Korczak Ziolkowski started working on it on June 3, 1948 and it is still far from being finished today. In contradiction to the the better known and federal funded Mt.Rushmore project is the Crazy Horse project entirely funded by the people who donate time, resources and money and by the admission to the visitor center and North American Indian Museum, which is located at the mountain base. Story continues at my blog at *******www.roysac****/blog/2008/08/mount-rushmore-square.html
  • 18 Feb 2010
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The yet unfinished Crazy Horse Memorial mountain carving is located less than 30 minutes from the famous Mount Rushmore Presidential Memorial where the heads of George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt and Abraham Lincoln were carved into the mountain rock for the eternity. The Crazy Horse mountain carving dwarfs the impressive Mt.Rushmore one in size and scale. Also the time to create it is an eternity compared to the Mt.Rushmore project. The sculptor Korczak Ziolkowski started working on it on June 3, 1948 and it is still far from being finished today. In contradiction to the the better known and federal funded Mt.Rushmore project is the Crazy Horse project entirely funded by the people who donate time, resources and money and by the admission to the visitor center and North American Indian Museum, which is located at the mountain base. Story continues at my blog at *******www.roysac****/blog/2008/08/mount-rushmore-square.html
  • 18 Feb 2010
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Updated Version. Some issues fixed credits added. This special sneak peak preview video consists of 4 source videos and several images. It shows the behind the scenes footage of the mini docu "All in a Day's Work" for the first time sneak peak dance performance of the dancers of Criss Angel's and Cirque du Soleil's new show "Believe" at the "So you think you can dance" event this August in Los Angeles, California. It also shows the actual performance to get a glimpse at the things to come when the new show finally premiers in October 2008 at the Luxor hotel and casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. Also included is the first official mini teaser ad for the new show and last but not least a mini picture video slide show with music from the actual show in the background. All in all some entertaining 7:22 minutes to enjoy. You can download this video in higher 640x480 resolution and in .AVI format at Mediafire**** at the following URL: *******www.mediafire****/?sharekey=b570d9e07985879c91b20cc0d07ba4d2329387977053595d To learn more about Cirque du Soleil, their shows and special performances, check out my Cirque du Soleil primer at *******www.roysac****/cirque Cheers! Carsten
  • 14 Jan 2010
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Oldschool style intro create with the Oldskool Demomaker by Testaware. Credits for this intro: ------------------------------ Code: Peace/Testaware Graphics and Design: Roy/SAC Music: Chromag/Talent For more information about this intro visit *******www.roysac****/osdm/ Cheers! Carsten aka Roy/SAC *******www.roysac****/
  • 30 Dec 2009
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Code: Peace/Testaware Graphics: Roy/SAC and Hannes Hegen Music: "Sleeping Waste" by Meo/Abyss/Delight Something slow for the end of the year. For more information and download links (tune, executables etc.) visit *******www.roysac****/osdm/ Happy Holidays! Cheers! Carsten aka Roy/SAC
  • 27 Dec 2009
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A short video by Carsten Cumbrowski about the history of the Berlin Wall that physically and spiritually separated an entire city and its people for 28 years; caused hundreds of deaths and inflicted pain in millions of Germans of two generations. The short documentary contains some audio and about 2 min of black and white video footage shot by several different sources between 1961 and 1962 and over 60 images that were taken between 1961 and 1990+ by numerous sources. Background music by X-Ray Dog (a few seconds of song "The Journey" used for the intro), John F. & die Gropiuslerchen: "Berlin, Berlin (...Dein Herz Kennt Keine Mauern)" from 1987 and Die Skeptiker: "Berlin" from 1995. Idea, concept, script and editing by Carsten Cumbrowski. Copyleft 2008. Feel free to copy, distribute and share this video with friends, family or strangers. Cheers! Carsten Cumbrowski *******www.cumbrowski****/ *******www.cumbrowski.de/ *******www.roysac****/
  • 25 Dec 2009
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Cirque du Soleil's cast from Alegria at the Royal Variety Performance in the United Kingdom. I believe that this was in the year 2003. The video is 9:59 minutes in length, which is virtually the limit on many video sharing sites, including YouTube. It does include some comedy at the beginning, followed by hoola hoops, hand balancing, russian bars to be finalized with the performance of the main and well known Alegria song. You can download the video in AVI format from Mediafire**** at *******www.mediafire****/?ni3yl5j2mzz For more Cirque du Soleil, check out my primer at *******www.roysac****/cirque
  • 11 Dec 2009
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A short video by Carsten Cumbrowski about the history of the Berlin Wall that physically and spiritually separated an entire city and its people for 28 years; caused hundreds of deaths and inflicted pain in millions of Germans of two generations. This is an updated and enhanced version of my Berlin Wall video. It is over 2 minutes longer and several new video snippets were added. Some (only a few) of the still images were removed and some of the video footage was re-edited and cut. This version of the vido consists of 21 individual video and audio sources, 54 individual images and 470 words of text for caption, labels and informational messages blended in and out throughout the whole video. Background music by X-Ray Dog (a few seconds of song "The Journey" used for the intro), John F. & die Gropiuslerchen: "Berlin, Berlin (...Dein Herz Kennt Keine Mauern)" from 1987 and Die Skeptiker: "Berlin" from 1995. Idea, concept, script and editing by Carsten Cumbrowski. Copyleft 2008. Feel free to copy, distribute and share this video with friends, family or strangers. Cheers! Carsten Cumbrowski *******www.cumbrowski****/ *******www.cumbrowski.de/ *******www.roysac****/ Fast Facts --------------------- International Press-Conference in East-Berlin on 15 June 1961 ... A journalist from the West German newspaper "Frankfurter Rundschau" asked the question, if the creation of a "Free East Berlin" means that a border will be erected at the Brandenburg Gate. ... The East German Head of State "Walter Ulbricht" responded to this question with the following... ... "I understand your question like that there are people in West Germany who wish that we mobilize the construction workers of the capital of the GDR to erect a wall, yes? I am not aware of such intention, but that the construction workers of the capital are mainly busy with the construction of homes and that the available man power is used entirely Nobody has the intention to build a wall." ... During the night of 12-13 August 1961, a barbed-wire entanglement was hastily constructed through the heart of Berlin. Just two days before the barrier was erected 1,500 refugees had moved to West Berlin. ... Watchtowers punctuated the city limits and the temporary barbed-wire constructions were soon replaced with concrete. Within a year the Wall was seven and half miles long and fences stretched the remaining 91.7 miles around the city. ... Border Guards had the order to shoot anybody who attempted to cross the border and ignored the guards order to stop. ... Over 200 people who tried it died. ... The wire fence and small brick wall segments were replaced in 1965 with a concrete wall. ... Between 1975 and 1980 the final and most sophisticated version of the concrete wall was built. It was made up of 12ft tall and 4ft wide reinforced concrete segments and the top lined with smooth pipe made of concrete to make it harder to climb. ... The wall fell on November, 9th 1989 without a single shot being fired or anybody getting injured. ... The first segments of the wall were demolished within the first few weeks. ... Within a few years only very little remains of the Wall were left and had to be preserved be declaring them a historic monument that is not to be demolished. ... The largest remaining segment of the Wall is the "East Side Gallery" near the Oberbaumbruecke along the Spree River. ... Another segment can be found north of Bernauer Strasse. The third and last segment still in existence is located at the location of the former Gestapo head quarters between "Checkpoint Charlie" and "Potsdamer Platz".
  • 16 Nov 2009
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I had contact and an interesting email communication with the French Canadian artist and performer Hugo Noel, who is not only an astonishing versatile acrobatic performer, but also a smart guy, who uses the internet to promote himself. I encourage that and enhanced a slideshow that he had on his website, showing his Cyr Wheel performance. You can have a sneak peak at the performance in video format at Hugo's YouTube channel here *******www.youtube****/watch?v=xDyciNoSwAM You can download this video in AVI format at Mediafire**** at *******www.mediafire****/?ntzzyun53ny Also check out Hugos YouTube channel at *******www.youtube****/user/hugonoel007 and his website at *******www.circusconcepts****/artistic/eng/index.php
  • 1 Nov 2009
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Welcome to my latest OSDM Intro for RoySAC**** dubbed "Milbentro" (Mitetro) or RoySAC**** Intro #9 (for Windows 32bit from 2009) Credits: --------------- Code: Peace/Testaware Graphics and Design: Roy/SAC Music: Emax/TRSI You can download this video in AVI format (74 MB) at *******www.mediafire****/?zuz4iwmyyoy You can also download the Win32 Executable (ZIP packed, 600 KB) at *******www.mediafire****/?qt0mnnyy2gx I also created three additional "spin-off" versions of this intro with different background animation (a different "monster" hehe) and different music. You can watch all versions at my OSDM Intros page at my web site at *******www.roysac****/osdm-intros.asp#roy9 Cheers! Carsten aka Roy/SAC *******www.roysac****/
  • 29 Oct 2009
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The titled says it all "What Really Is Important". What now follows is just irrelevant legal mumbo-jumbo. :) .... I found this audio file on my hard disk and thought that it would be a great idea to make a video out of it. I didn't remember at first where I got the MP3 file from, but now I found another version of the MP3 with the ID3 meta data still intact :). Audio credits have to go to: Alan Stewart and Andrew Winter from the The Marketer's Podcast (*******www.themarketerspodcast****/), episode 33 from 2006. The description/subtitle states: "Please pass on this gentle reminder.", so I guess they won't have a problem with the use in my video. Video created by me, Carsten Cumbrowski (c)opyleft 2009. You are free to use this video, share it, replicate it, alter it, delete it or whatever you like, as long as it will not be copyright protected. It has to remain free (under the same licence, which is the Free Art License (FAL) 1.3 (Copy left Attitude)). You can download this video in AVI format (12 MB, XVID/MP3) and 640x480 pixels resolution at *******www.mediafire****/?zyu1boznmmv Cheers! Carsten Cumbrowski www: *******www.roysac****/ www: *******www.cumbrowski****/about My contact Information can be found at: *******www.cumbrowski****/contact
  • 29 Oct 2009
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Crackintro by the release group Postmortem for Windows 32 from 2009. You can download this video in AVI format (35 MB) (XVID/MP3) at *******www.mediafire****/?ymmi2wjevud Cheers! Carsten aka Roy/SAC *******www.roysac****/
  • 13 Sep 2009
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Skid Row Crack Intro Windows 32b from 2009 (TRMC) You can download this video in AVI XVID/MP3 Format at *******www.mediafire****/?d2m4jmkgqgq Cheers! Carsten aka Roy/SAC *******www.roysac****/
  • 13 Sep 2009
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Skid Row Cracktro from 2009 for Windows 32bit and their Armed Forces release. You can download this video (43 MB) in AVI XVID/MP3 format at *******www.mediafire****/?zcqrmmrthny Cheers! Carsten aka Roy/SAC *******www.roysac****/
  • 13 Sep 2009
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Skid Row Intro Win32 2009 Warfare You can dowload this video in AVI XVID/MP3 Format at *******www.mediafire****/?25n4izmzlmm Cheers Roy/SAC *******www.roysac****/
  • 13 Sep 2009
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The folks from the popular viral video "Diet Coke and Mentos" perform their tricks together with the famous Blue Man Group - Without the Diet Coke, but with the Mentos.
  • 7 Sep 2009
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Cirque du Soleil's "O" was featured in the Discovery Channel TV show "Time Warp" with hosts MIT's Jeff Lieberman & Matt Kearney, episode from June 19, 2009. The episode is called "Las Vegas Warped" and featured next to Cirque's show "O" some juggling by Penn Teller. "Time Warp" basically captures things in "slow motion", which is very interesting in many cases, especially if the events are typically fast paste in real-life. I edited the pieces together to shorten the stuff and added music by Benoit Jutras for the "Cirque like" show "Le Reve" by Franco Dragone at the Wynn in Las Vegas. The track is called "Chapel" (track 4 on the OST CD). I featured slow motion video images for some of the acts of the show "Corteo" a couple months ago. Check out those videos as well. Pretty cool stuff. You can find them, if you do a search for "corteo tokyo". using the search box in my user profile (not the site wide search). You can download this video in AVI format (XVID/MP3, 59 MB) at *******www.mediafire****/?vmvmn1fl1tg For more Cirque stuff check out my primer at *******www.roysac****/cirque Cheers! Carsten aka CirqueDuSoleilGuru
  • 7 Sep 2009
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