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Injured Nik likely to sitCalgary SunThere is no question Nik Lewis can play through pain, but he probably doesn't need to this time. After the third straight practice ...and more »
The Birmingham News - al.com (blog)Making a SceneThe Birmingham News - al.com (blog)Driven by their interest in statisticalanomalies surrounding the small town ofBrilliant, Busby and Henry chose to followtwo Brilliant High School seniors. ...and more »
Back by Popular Demand--Popeyes New Simple Chicken Sandwich for FREE in TexasMarketWatch (press release)said John Busby, a Texas franchisee. "Their response during our first Simple Chicken Sandwich Giveaway Day told us that we had to bring the offer back and ...and more »
Paris price reach record highThe Move ChannelLast week, John Busby, director at Athenamortgages.com, said there has never been a better time for people to buy property in France as interest rates are ...and more »
Wildlife Artists get inspired by NorthumberlandJournal LiveArtists taking part include sculptress and SWLA President Harriet Mead and internationally-renowned watercolour artists John Busby and Robert Greenhalf. ...
All loud on the Western frontCalgary Sun (blog)By ian.busby Running back Jon Cornish sat out with a minor hamstring injury that shouldnâ€™t keep him from playing against Saskatchewan Friday night in ...
John Farr of Best Movies by Farr recommends "The Busby Berkeley Collection" following Reel 13's screening of "42nd Street."
Daily MailChic at the price: From apartments on the seafront to glamorous chateaux ...Daily Mail... good as they've ever been and fixed-rate deals (15-year fixed rate from 3.3.per cent) are especially popular,' says John Busby, of athenamortgages.com. ...and more »
Defeat ends Templepatrick's hopes of promotionNewtownabbey Today"The loss of senior players Keith Wilson and John Busby for the entire season was a big blow, but the young players stepped up to the plate and filled the ...
Fixed rate mortgage deals are at there lowest ever in FranceFly to letJohn Busby, director at Athenamortgages.com , said: “For UK investors looking for a safe, long-term investment, second home buyers or people looking to ...
Mike Busby Factory Stock Driver Lakeside Speedway chats with Jr. about his past week's performance on Lakeside ReWind.
inmycommunityTown told to use common sense by clubinmycommunityAshfield Soccer Club president Bill Busby with Bassendean Mayor John Gangell in the club's grandstand. ...and more »
Mike Busby wins the $500 Tasty Queen 20 At Lakeside Speedway
John Hall conducts former students and friends in the highest and loudest ensemble piece for soloists ever written: Make Our Garden Grow. John Hall's 65th Birthday Concert Video appearances by: Rodell Rosel Khori Dastoor Karen Vuong Gary Busby Erin Wood Roger Bourland Susanna Guzman Jake Heggie
Promo CD 1024 Motown Records. Prod. by John Barnes III. Executive Prod. Jheryl Busby & Jonathan Clark.
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Voice Acting: Afnopo Filming: Space Ace This movie took around five hours to make, I shit you not. Mr. Busby's Tech Ed Adventure is a grand tale of the adventures of John O. Busby and his tech-ed students Barrek and Keldon! Over the ramp and slaughter the zombies HOOOOOO!
Next year come and witness the best returning car-truck show in the state of Mississippi. SHOWFEST Hosted by Assorted
"Dig It" is a song by The Beatles featured on their album Let It Be. The song is credited to Lennon/McCartney/Harrison/Starkey. It is one of the few songs to be credited to all of the Beatles; the others are "Flying" (Magical Mystery Tour), "Suzy Parker" (Let It Be film), "12-Bar Original" (Anthology 2), "Los Paranoias" (Anthology 3) and the Beatles' version of "Free as a Bird". This song and the 39-second "Maggie Mae" appear on the Let It Be album, but are not included on the Let It Be... Naked album, instead being replaced with "Don't Let Me Down". Glyn Johns' May 1969 version of the album, then titled Get Back, had a 3:59 excerpt of "Dig It", which was later reduced to the much shorter version in the final album. Several versions were recorded during the Get Back/Let It Be sessions, on 24, 26, 27, 28, and 29 January 1969, at Apple Studio. The 51-second version on the album is an extract taken from the 26 January version, which was a 15-minute jam that evolved from a loose "Twist and Shout" jam. A segment of the jam session, 4 minutes and 30 seconds in length, appears in the documentary film Let It Be. The participants in that session are John Lennon on vocals and 6-string bass, George Harrison on guitar, Paul McCartney on piano, Ringo Starr on drums, and Billy Preston at the organ; also participating in the jam, but not heard on the released version, was Linda Eastman (soon to be Linda McCartney)'s six-year-old daughter Heather. In the early part of the jam, Lennon ...
Motown Records. Prod. by John Barnes III. Executive Prod. Jheryl Busby & Jonathan Clark.
book trailer created by Sherry Thompson, who is the librarian at Flower Mound High School in Flower Mound, Texas. Visit her blog: readmanybooks.blogspot.com To download this and more than 100 other book trailers, visit www.4shared.com
I donot own the copyright to this recording so if it needs to be removed, I will remove it. This video is for educational purposes only Composed by John Busby Sadly enough, John Busby was another West Coast blues singer that never made a lot of recordings. His first 45 was for the Talent label under the name of Johnny Busby in 1960 backed by The Cinco's, the same group that backed another under-recorded singer by the name of Ben Harper when he debuted the same year on Talent. (Talent & Skylark were owned by Ben & Len Wiseman). He recorded again for Bethlehem in 1963 under the same of Jay Busby. Four songs were recorded with two being unissued, giving him a total of two 45's for his whole career. Bethlehem was in business between 1958 & 1970, and was mainly known to be a jazz label, releasing albums by artists such as Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis, Cozy Cole, Donald Byrd, Arthur Prysock, Humphrey Lyttelton & Zoot Sims. John "Jay" Busby:Vocals Other musicians unknown Recorded in Los Angeles, CA. 1963 Originally issued on and this recording taken from the 1963 single (Bethlehem 3086) (45 RPM)
Już na samym początku widzimy, że „siódemka jest bliska „jedynce. Pamiętacie kultowy stosunek bodajże z szarlotką? Tu widzimy miłość z kanapką z masłem orzechowym, a na końcu Tego nie zdradzę, sami musicie obejrzeć.
young inuit boy makes first polar bear kill at camp 5, biogenie
fishing At camp 5, biogenie
john sings like a pro and busy steals the show.
Often referred as the anti-hollywood film maker, JOHN PUTCH sails this studio ship directly into the nearest comedy ice-berg he can find! His mother once said 'who is that boy and what does he think he's doing with that camera thingy!' Today, this question still begs to be asked. Find out what the hell he was thinking by watching this PUTCHCAST.
This is me and my Brother doing what we love to do... Singing, and singing to the Lord! Godbless!
Meet Stifler's cousin twice removed. And meet JOHN PATRICK JORDAN who plays the new Stifler in AMERICAN PIE PRESENTS: THE BOOK OF LOVE. This Stifler is subjected to some of the best humiliation ever to be seen in the American Pie movies. Congratulations, John for taking one giant hairy big one for the team...in the name of comedy.
Directed By Douglas Busby for the US Doctors for Africa Produced by John Woldenberg Shot by Chris Vicari & Jef Hall Animation by Dean Fowler
A song about the legendary John Oshea. United's verstaile all round goalkeeping midfielding defending goalscoring maestro .Basically it argues that John Oshea can replace Ronaldo.
I had been wanting to record a song for a while now but never got round to it, so even though this isn't the best performance I thought I would put it up anyway. I couldn't get the intro right so I gave up on it in the end. I will probably do some more Magnetic Fields some time as lots of the songs are in my range and fairly easy to play - they sound good without needing fancy guitar riffs or full orchestras. Oh yeah and the slack jaw. DISCLAIMER: I do not own the rights to this song and have put this video up for entertainment only. I do not intend to profit from it in any way.
The Year We Disappeared is a riveting true story of how one incident can turn a family's life upside down. When Cylin Busby was 9 years old, an attack on her father meant her normal life was transformed to one of 24 hour armed guards, fences around the house, and no contact with friends.
The trailer for UK cable wakeboard film Scenes, featuring some of the country's best riders and locals shredding at cables around the UK. Available now from wakemag.co.uk Riders include Nick Davies, Lewis Cornwall, Connor Jones, John Busby, Si Chapell, Dec Clifford, Pete Ward, Tor Young, Will Manns, Steve Dyer, Ellie Taylor, and lots lots more!
Wedding photos, stayed Harmony Studios, Westin Resort,
Pastor John H. Edwards III intro,songs: "when the Saints go marching in, "I'll Fly Away", "Victory is mine", Piano-JOhn Reed-Torres(Music Director), Drums-bro. Paul & Jaylin, Organ-Bro. Lionel C. Vocals-Bro. Paul & Deacon Burns. Deacon John Busby on Tambourine. God Bless our congregation and Families
Sunday Service Worship. Big Deacon John Busby- Lead Vocals.
The Inman Diaries ... A Chamber Opera in Two Acts. Music by Thomas Oboe Lee. Libretto by Jesse J. Martin based on a play by Lorenzo DeStefano and the writings of Arthur Crew Inman. Ray Bauwens, Arthur Erica Brookhyser, Therese Gale Fuller, Evelyn Sepp Hammer, Otto Joei Marshall Perry, Ella Jason McStoots, Billy Cheryl Medeiros Nancarrow, Flossie Kristen Watson, Kathy John Whittlesey, Dr. Pike Commissioned and produced by Intermezzo. John Whittlesey, artistic director. James Busby, music director. William Fregosi, set and lighting design. Andrew Ryker, stage direction. Premiere: Sept. 14, 15 & 16, 2007, at Mass College of Art in Boston, Massachusetts.
"The Inman Diaries ... A Chamber Opera in Two Acts." Act One Scene 4. Baritone John Whittlesey, Dr. Pike. Soprano Gale Fuller, Evelyn. Music by Thomas Oboe Lee. Libretto by Jesse J. Martin based on a play by Lorenzo DeStefano. James Busby, music director. Commissioned and produced by Intermezzo. John Whittlesey, artistic director. William Fregosi, set and lighting design. Andrew Ryker, stage direction. Premiere performance: Sept. 14, 15 & 16, 2007, at Mass College of Art in Boston, Massachusetts. en.wikipedia.org
Since this is the week of the anniversary of the Munich Air Disaster, I decided to upload this documentary about one of the Busby Babes who tragically lost his life, the Irish international Liam 'Billy' Whelan. Whelan made 98 appearances for United and scored 52 goals. This documentary features accounts of his life from his family and features some archive footage of his playing career. A fascinating documentary for any Man United or Ireland fans, and I would say for football fans in general. Enjoy. This final part is the closing credits of the documentary which features comments from some of Liam Whelan's oldest friends, current United and Ireland player John O'Shea and former Taoiseach Bertie Ahern of all people. Hope you enjoyed the programme.
In May 1957 John Dixon lifted the FA Cup for Aston Villa under the twin towers for a record seventh time in the clubs illustrious history. The Midlands giants were record breakers at the time, winning the coveted trophy more times than any other team in the oldest and greatest annual knockout competition in world football. The Villains were a formidable force in the late 50s, Eric Houghton had made a real impact at Villa Park since taking over the managerial reigns after arriving from Notts County. He immediately endeared himself to the fans by introducing exciting teenagers to the side like 19-year-old Peter McParland. The youngster made an immediate impact and was swiftly followed into the first eleven by Ken Roberts, Joe Tyrrell and Derek Pace and it was these players who formed the back bone of the side that defeated the much coveted Busby Babes Villa needed a replay to overcome West Brom in the semi final and faced Manchester United who had denied Birmingham the chance of meeting their fiercest rivals at Wembley, by beating them 2-0. The score was 0-0 at half-time, but after 66 minutes Peter McParland struck, heading in Dixons cross. McParland added a second six minutes later to ensure hero status. But the match was marked by controversy over the sixth minute injury to United goalkeeper Ray Wood, who broke his jaw in a challenge with McParland and had to go off. He came back later as a passenger on the wing. Centre Half Jackie Blanchflower took over in goal and Duncan Edwards replaced Blanchflower in the middle of defence. For more than an hour Villa pressed home there advantage, with Blanchflower excelling between the sticks. But two goals from McParland midway through the second half finally settled the match, Tommy Taylors late goal for United not being enough. Now you can relive this golden moment of history all over again as we bring you the full uninterrupted 90 minutes, including the original commentary by Kenneth Wolstenholme.
These are the covers I recorded in 2007, letters A-P. All covers from 2007 downloadable as a zip file from my site: http://jamesjustice.com Accidental Deth by Rilo Kiley Adia by Sarah McLachlan After the Gold Rush by Neil Young Airbag by Radiohead All My Little Words by Magnetic Fields Amie by Damien Rice Angels We Have Heard on High by Traditional Annie's Song by John Denver Apologize by OneRepublic As Long As You Love Me by Backstreet Boys Asleep and Dreaming by Magnetic Fields Be Quiet and Drive by Deftones Bed of Roses by Bon Jovi A Better Son / Daughter by Rilo Kiley Big Casino by Jimmy Eat World Bizarre Love Triangle by New Order Black Cab by Jens Lekman Bluebells by Patrick Wolf Blurry by Puddle of Mudd Border Song by Elton John Both Sides Now by Joni Mitchell Boys on the Radio by Hole Brainy by The National Breaking the Habit by Linkin Park Bridge Over Troubled Water by Simon and Garfunkel Busby Berkeley Dreams by Magnetic Fields By My Side from Godspell by Stephen Schwartz By the Mark by Gillian Welch The Chalet Lines by Belle and Sebastian The Cult of Personality by Living Colour Daniel by Elton John The Desperate Kingdom of Love by PJ Harvey Don't Dream It's Over by Crowded House Don't Let the Sun Go Down on Me by Elton John Don't Stop Believin (Slow Version) by Journey Don't Worry Baby by Beach Boys The Downeaster Alexa by Billy Joel Dress Up In You by Belle and Sebastian Enjoy the Silence by Depeche Mode Ever the Same by Rob Thomas The Everlasting by Manic Street Preachers Everlong by Foo Fighters Every Breath You Take by The Police Everybody Knows by Leonard Cohen / Concrete Blonde Everybody's Changing by Keane Fake Empire by The National Falling Slowly by Glen Hansard Fast Car by Tracy Chapman Father Figure by George Michael Fear by Sarah McLachlan Fields of Gold by Sting The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face by Roberta Flack For Real by Okkervil River Frog On My Toe by Tori Amos Fumbling Towards Ecstacy by Sarah McLachlan The Funeral by Band of Horses FutureSex / LoveSound by Justin Timberlake Genie in a Bottle by Christina Aguilera Gimme More by Britney Spears Good Enough by Sarah McLachlan Good Riddance (Time of Your Life) by Green Day Goodbye Yellow Brick Road by Elton John Grand Canyon by Magnetic Fields Greenville by Lucinda Williams Happier by Guster Hazard by Richard Marx The Heart of the Matter by Don Henley Heartbeat by Paris Hilton Heartbeats by The Knife / Jose Gonzalez Heaven by Bryan Adams Here Without You by 3 Doors Down Hey Jealousy by Gin Blossoms Hey Jude by The Beatles High by James Blunt How to Save a Life by The Fray Hurt by Nine Inch Nails I Can't Make You Love Me by Bonnie Raitt I Don't Believe in the Sun by Magnetic Fields I Drove All Night by Roy Orbison / Cyndi Lauper I Want It That Way by Backstreet Boys I Write Sins Not Tragedies by Panic! At the Disco I'll Be Over You by Toto I'll Follow You Into the Dark by Death Cab for Cutie I'm A Cuckoo by Belle and Sebastian Icicle by Tori Amos Idioteque by Radiohead If You Tolerate This Your Children Will Be Next by Manic Street Preachers In Bloom by Nirvana It Hurts by Angels and Airwaves John Wayne Gacy, Jr. by Sufjan Stevens Junkhead by Alice In Chains Just for You by Lionel Richie Keep on Loving You by REO Speedwagon Killing Me Softly by Roberta Flack / Fugees Kissing the Lipless by The Shins Larger than Life by Backstreet Boys Last Goodbye by Jeff Buckley Lay All Your Love On Me by ABBA Let It Be by The Beatles Levon by Elton John Life in a Glass House by Radiohead Like A Prayer by Madonna Listen to Your Heart by Roxette Livin' On A Prayer (Piano Version) by Bon Jovi Look What You've Done by Jet Lord Anthony by Belle And Sebastian Love / Hate / Love by Alice in Chains Lover I Don't Have to Love by Bright Eyes LoveStoned by Justin Timberlake Lua by Bright Eyes Lucky by Radiohead Mad About You by Belinda Carlisle Makes Me Wonder by Maroon 5 Man in the Mirror by Michael Jackson Marianne by Tori Amos Mary by Sarah McLachlan Morningstar by AFI Mr. Brightside by The Killers My Life by Iris Dement My Songbird by Emmylou Harris / Jesse Winchester Neverending Story Theme No Need to Argue by The Cranberries No One is to Blame by Howard Jones No Surprises by Radiohead Nothing Compares 2 U by Sinead O'Connor / Prince Nutshell by Alice In Chains O Holy Night by Traditional On My Own by Boublil-Schonberg from Les Miserables One by U2 The One I Love by David Gray One More Try by George Michael One of Us by Joan Osborne Open Arms by Journey The Origin of Love by Stephen Trask from Hedwig Over My Head by The Fray Paranoid Android by Radiohead Passing Afternoon by Iron and Wine PDA by Interpol Perfect Day by Lou Reed Pieces by Sum 41 Polyethylene Parts 1 and 2 by Radiohead Possession by Sarah McLachlan Precious by Depeche Mode Pretty Good Year by Tori Amos Putting the Damage On by Tori Amos
The Year We Disappeared by Cylin Busby and John Busby. The unapologetic, true story of how a shotgun blast forever changed one family's life. http://www.cylinbusby.com/, http://www.amazon.com/, http://www.bn.com/, http://www.indiebound.org/
Directed by Douglas Busby Produced by John Woldenberg & Stephen Nemeth & Amanda Harvey damascusfilms.com
...memory include his wife Mrs. Bobbie Craig Busby of Pineville; son James Allen "Jimmy" Busby of Colfax; brother, John Harold Busby of North Carolina; grandchildren, Christopher Jasper Busby, Samantha Busby; great grandson, Ethan Parker Busby; his stepchildren,...
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"You are the One, Miss Page". Boris Lermontov, The Ballet Company's Owner (anton walbrook) attending by surprise Miss Page (moira shearer) performance Criterion Collection Warner Home Entertainment Filmax COUNTRY: United Kingdom Directed by Michael Powell Emeric Pressburger Writing credits Hans Christian Andersen (fairy tale) Emeric Pressburger (original screenplay) Keith Winter (additional dialogue) Michael Powell (written by) and Emeric Pressburger (written by) CAST: Marius Goring ... Julian Craster Jean Short... Terry Gordon Littmann... Ike Julia Lang... A Balletomane Bill Shine... Her Mate Léonide Massine... Ljubov (as Leonide Massine) Anton Walbrook... Boris Lermontov Austin Trevor... Professor Palmer Esmond Knight... Livy Eric Berry... Dimitri Irene Browne... Lady Neston Moira Shearer... Victoria Page Ludmilla Tchérina... Boronskaja (as Ludmilla Tcherina) Jerry Verno... Produced by George R. Busby.... assistant producer Michael Powell.... producer Emeric Pressburger.... producer Original Music by Brian Easdale (music composed by) Cinematography by Jack Cardiff (director of photography) Film Editing by Reginald Mills Production Design by Hein Heckroth Art Direction by Arthur Lawson Costume Design by Hein Heckroth (uncredited) Makeup Department George Blackler.... makeup artist (uncredited) Eric Carter.... makeup artist (uncredited) Ernest Gasser.... makeup artist (uncredited) Second Unit Director or Assistant Director Sydney Streeter.... assistant director (as Sydney S. Streeter) J.M. Gibson.... third Music Department Thomas Beecham.... conductor: The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, The Ballet of The Red Shoes (as Sir Thomas Beecham, Bart.) Ted Drake.... music recorder Brian Easdale.... conductor Brian Easdale.... music arranger Other crew Joan Bridge.... associate colour control Alan Carter.... assistant maitre de ballet: The Ballet of The Red Shoes Joan Harris.... assistant maitresse de ballet: The Ballet of The Red Shoes Robert Helpmann.... choreographer: The Ballet of The Red Shoes Natalie Kalmus.... colour control Léonide Massine.... the part of the Shoemaker created and danced by: The Ballet of the Red Shoes (as Leonide Massine) Doreen North.... continuity J. Arthur Rank.... presenter John Seabourne Jr..... liaison editor (as John Seabourne Jnr.) Production Companies * Archers, The * Independent Producers (uncredited) Distributors * Eagle-Lion Distributors Limited (1948) (UK) (theatrical) * Eagle-Lion Films (1948) (USA) (theatrical) * Universal Pictures (1951) (USA) (theatrical) (re-release) * J. Arthur Rank Film Distributors (1960) (UK) (theatrical) (reissue) * Paramount Home Video (1987) (USA) (VHS) * Warner Home Video (1992) (UK) (VHS) * Pickwick Video (1994) (UK) (VHS) * Atlantic Film (2006) (Sweden) (DVD) * Carlton Visual Entertainment (2001) (UK) (DVD) * Continental Home Vídeo (200?) (Brazil) (DVD) * Criterion Collection, The (2004) (USA) (DVD) * Epix Media (2005) (Germany) (DVD) * F.J. Lucas (Brazil) (VHS) * General Film Distributors (GFD) (1948) (UK) (theatrical) (released through) Other Companies * D&P Studios logo * Royal Opera House, The theater (uncredited) * Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, The music played by (as The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra) * Ted Heath's Kenny Baker Swing Group music played by (as Ted Heaths Kenny Baker Swing Group)
Inasmuch as the spectacular Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart Broadway musical Jumbo was written in 1935, this 1962 film version can't help but seem a little quaint. Still, the film features the original production's star Jimmy Durante, energetically recreating his stage role as circus owner Pop Wonder; it is Durante's bravura performance that saves the film from dullness. Threatened with foreclosure, Pop Wonder and his pretty daughter Kitty (Doris Day) put their fates in the hands of go-getter Sam Rawlins (Stephen Boyd). What they don't know is that Sam is the son of Pop's biggest rival (Dean Jagger), and he's been sent to undermine the Wonder Circus. It goes without saying that Sam turns the tables on his dad, thereby saving the day and winning Kitty's hand. Martha Raye shows up as Lulu, a fortune teller who can't figure out what's going to happen next (funny, we can). And of course there's Jumbo the elephant, who figures into the film's funniest scene (as well as one of Jimmy Durante's most celebrated punchlines). Old MGM musical hands Charles Walters and Busby Berkeley share directing chores, but somehow the film hasn't the panache of their earlier work. Happily, most of the Rodgers-Hart songs are retained, including "My Romance" and "The Most Beautiful Girl in the World"-not to mention a few Rodgers-Hart tunes borrowed from other show, e.g. "This Can't Be Love". Doris Day - Kitty Wonder Stephen Boyd - Sam Rawlins Jimmy Durante - Pop Wonder Martha Raye - Lulu Dean Jagger - John Noble Joseph Waring - Harry Lynn Wood - Tina Charles Watts - Ellis James Chandler - Parsons Robert Burton - Madison Wilson Wood - Hank Norman Leavitt - Eddie Pat Anthony Billy Barty - Joey Jack Boyle - Reporter Sue Casey - Dottie Roy Engel John Hart - Marshal Ralph Lee - Perry Janos Prohaska Otto Reichow - Hans Grady Sutton - Driver Sydney the Elephant - Jumbo Paul Wexler - Sharpie Robert B. Williams - Deputy