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Cryptorchidism - {Nameless} (Instrumental)
 
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Instrumental for first track off the new album, will release next one when we get to 20 likes :) About Cryptorchidism: We Are An Experimental Group, Just Recreating Dreams, Visions and emotions through Noise Started By Shock as a way to over come His Re-occurring Nightmares. Bass/Keyboards - Lock Guitars/Vocals - Shock Drums - Barrel Like Us On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Cryptorchidism/332744003518667?id=332744003518667&sk=info
Sun Ra   A Joyful Noise Movie
 
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My love of STAR WARS stems from the influence Sun-Ra had on my family. Space was the Place when eye was growing up. Sun Ra was a highly productive jazz musician, composer, poet and bandleader best known for his "cosmic" philosophies on life and music, and for leading his musical ensemble, the Arkestra. IN THESE GROUPS FAMOUS PEOPLE IN JAZZ MUSIC FAMOUS PEOPLE WHO DIED IN 1993 FAMOUS PEOPLE NAMED SUN FAMOUS PIANISTS Show All Groups QUOTES “[Sun Ra's] willingness to play almost anywhere, from jazz clubs to Egyptian pyramids, from Lower East Side dives with huge 50-member bands, to Coney Island with John Cage, allied him with early performance artists. His career argues persuasively against limitations.” —Sun Ra Synopsis Famed jazz musician, composer, poet and bandleader Sun Ra was born on May 22, 1914, in Birmingham, Alabama. He began performing professionally as a teen and, after moving to Chicago in 1945, immersed himself in jazz and the blues. Along the way, Sun Ra was influenced by space, religion and radical social movements—all of which found their way into his music. A prolific composer and record label owner, he took to wearing colorful, outlandish costumes with his band members. Early Life and Career Born Herman Poole Blount on May 22, 1914, in Birmingham, Alabama, Sun Ra had an affinity for the piano at a very young age. Ra, who came from a religious family, began performing with other musicians as a teen. In addition to playing with a wide range of musicians from different genres, he wrote and produced songs. After moving to Chicago in 1945, Ra gained important experience working with a growing number of blues and jazz singers, composers and bandleaders, including Wynonie Harris, Fletcher Henderson and Coleman Hawkins. Chicago also exposed Ra to an African-American intelligentsia and a hotbed of political activism. These religious, cultural and political influences found their way into his music. Famed Jazz Musician In 1952, Ra officially changed his name to Le Sony'r Ra (he also performed under the names Sonny Lee and Le Sonra) while continuing to compose and work with a wide range of jazz practitioners. He also started a record label, Saturn Records, inspired by his love and respect of astronomy as well as the growing influence of spirituality in his life and music. Also in the '50s, Ra and his band, widely known as the Arkestra (a riff on "orchestra") began wearing ornate, outlandish costumes in performance—a further manifestation of Ra's spiritual and theatrical nature. Performances often included free expression, drum choirs and dancers, and sometimes even acrobats. In The New York Times' obituary of Ra, writer Peter Watrous noted that the performer's "willingness to play almost anywhere, from jazz clubs to Egyptian pyramids, from Lower East Side dives with huge 50-member bands, to Coney Island with John Cage, allied him with early performance artists. His career argues persuasively against limitations." Ra's reputation as an Afro-eccentric charlatan-genius in the tradition of Marcus Garvey or Elijah Muhammad led to him becoming one of the 20th century's greatest avant-garde musician-composers. But Ra's skills as an exceptional pianist and composer, always aligned with the swing jazz and blues traditions, never waivered. He also played the organ, harpsichord, celesta and Moog synthesizer. He remained a great innovator, moving to New York in 1961 and to Philadelphia in 1970, and absorbing the spiritual and creative energies of those cities and distilling them into his music. Ra's extensive discography of studio and live recordings continues to be a reference point for established and up-and-coming jazz musicians and composers. Personal Life Sun Ra died in Birmingham on May 30, 1993, after experiencing complications from chronic circulatory problems and suffering a series of strokes. He had also suffered since his teen years from cryptorchidism, a chronic testicular hernia.
Sun Ra Arkestra - Sound of Joy
 
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Sun Ra and his Arkestra - Sound of Joy, Live Under the Sky, Japan, 1988. Sun Ra returned to Venus in 1993 but Marshall Allen, featured here on alto, stills leads the band. Sun Ra was a highly productive jazz musician, composer, poet and bandleader best known for his "cosmic" philosophies on life and music, and for leading his musical ensemble, the Arkestra. Synopsis Famed jazz musician, composer, poet and bandleader Sun Ra was born on May 22, 1914, in Birmingham, Alabama. He began performing professionally as a teen and, after moving to Chicago in 1945, immersed himself in jazz and the blues. Along the way, Sun Ra was influenced by space, religion and radical social movements—all of which found their way into his music. A prolific composer and record label owner, he took to wearing colorful, outlandish costumes with his band members. Early Life and Career Born Herman Poole Blount on May 22, 1914, in Birmingham, Alabama, Sun Ra had an affinity for the piano at a very young age. Ra, who came from a religious family, began performing with other musicians as a teen. In addition to playing with a wide range of musicians from different genres, he wrote and produced songs. After moving to Chicago in 1945, Ra gained important experience working with a growing number of blues and jazz singers, composers and bandleaders, including Wynonie Harris, Fletcher Henderson and Coleman Hawkins. Chicago also exposed Ra to an African-American intelligentsia and a hotbed of political activism. These religious, cultural and political influences found their way into his music. Famed Jazz Musician In 1952, Ra officially changed his name to Le Sony'r Ra (he also performed under the names Sonny Lee and Le Sonra) while continuing to compose and work with a wide range of jazz practitioners. He also started a record label, Saturn Records, inspired by his love and respect of astronomy as well as the growing influence of spirituality in his life and music. Also in the '50s, Ra and his band, widely known as the Arkestra (a riff on "orchestra") began wearing ornate, outlandish costumes in performance—a further manifestation of Ra's spiritual and theatrical nature. Performances often included free expression, drum choirs and dancers, and sometimes even acrobats. In The New York Times' obituary of Ra, writer Peter Watrous noted that the performer's "willingness to play almost anywhere, from jazz clubs to Egyptian pyramids, from Lower East Side dives with huge 50-member bands, to Coney Island with John Cage, allied him with early performance artists. His career argues persuasively against limitations." Ra's reputation as an Afro-eccentric charlatan-genius in the tradition of Marcus Garvey or Elijah Muhammad led to him becoming one of the 20th century's greatest avant-garde musician-composers. But Ra's skills as an exceptional pianist and composer, always aligned with the swing jazz and blues traditions, never waivered. He also played the organ, harpsichord, celesta and Moog synthesizer. He remained a great innovator, moving to New York in 1961 and to Philadelphia in 1970, and absorbing the spiritual and creative energies of those cities and distilling them into his music. Ra's extensive discography of studio and live recordings continues to be a reference point for established and up-and-coming jazz musicians and composers. Personal Life Sun Ra died in Birmingham on May 30, 1993, after experiencing complications from chronic circulatory problems and suffering a series of strokes. He had also suffered since his teen years from cryptorchidism, a chronic testicular hernia. Please help support my work as the Jazz Video Guy: https://www.patreon.com/bretprimack
Views: 2490 Jazz Video Guy
flavors - sly.
 
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Support flavors also known as Tim Scranton! https://soundcloud.com/flayvors Contact him if you want to use his music: [email protected] Follow our journey: https://soundcloud.com/ryuzymusic https://www.instagram.com/jm_caasi/ https://twitter.com/RYUZYMusic We don't own this song. If you want to use the music for your project, you have to contact the artist. If you have any further questions contact us: [email protected]
Views: 2049 RYUZY Music
PRICK ''Animal''
 
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Official music video for the song "Animal" by PRICK. Copyright 1995 Nothing Records/Interscope Records.
Views: 676 Tic Bang
Embryectomy - Reverse Ectrosis
 
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Band: Embryectomy Genre: Slamming Brutal Death Metal Сountry: Greece Album: Absolution Through Sacred Extrication [Split] Year: 2018 Contact: Bandcamp: https://embryectomy.bandcamp.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/embryectomy Join To Us On: Facebook: https://facebook.com/SlammingToDeath92 Twitter: https://twitter.com/SlammingToDeath Google+: https://plus.google.com/communities/114003720202528855686?hl=ru
Views: 105 SlammingToDeath
'Orchestrated' Theremin
 
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My emulation of Trent Reznor's 'orchestrated' swarmatron technique for 'The Social Network' soundtrack, which I did by 'orchestrating' Theremin instead.
Views: 72 gamechimp
TESTAMENT's Alex Skolnick celebrates Christmas with Nuclear Blast (OFFICIAL INTERVIEW)
 
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CHECK OUT this Official Trailer for Dark Roots of Thrash - Testaments newest release on Nuclear Blast Records! SUBSCRIBE to Nuclear Blast: http://goo.gl/pn6pIK SUBSCRIBE to Testament: http://bit.ly/subs-tstmnt-yt Download the Nuclear Blast Christmas sampler to receive killer tracks by the likes of Testament, Anthrax, Meshuggah, Bury Tomorrow, Graveyard, Sabaton and more! http://smarturl.it/NuclearBlastSampler The Bay Area quintet has delivered their most mature, complete and intense collection in their 25 years together. Nine mind-bending, pit-stirring classics that will instantly crush your skull while also serving a delicious amount of depth and nuance to devour. TESTAMENT - DARK ROOTS OF EARTH is OUT NOW worldwide via Nuclear Blast Records! ▶ORDER ALBUM ONLINE: Nuclear Blast USA http://store.nuclearblastusa.com/Artist/Testament/10177 ▶Nuclear Blast EUROPE http://www.nuclearblast.de/suche/testament_dark_roots ▶Amazon (USA) http://georiot.co/7Tn ▶iTunes http://bit.ly/droeitun ▶SUBSCRIBE to Nuclear Blast http://goo.gl/pn6pIK ▶SUBSCRIBE to Testament http://bit.ly/subs-tstmnt-yt ▶FACEBOOK https://www.facebook.com/testamentlegions ▶TWITTER https://twitter.com/testament FIND ALBUM IN STORES (USA): Best Buy: http://bit.ly/bbstores Record Stores: http://bit.ly/droersd Metal Club: http://bit.ly/metalclub Where's The Metal: http://bit.ly/wtmstores
Views: 2240 Nuclear Blast Records
Marilyn Manson - Irresponsible hate anthem - Cover
 
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Subscribe & click the bell for notifications of new uploads! https://goo.gl/mRMP68 Cover of Marilyn Mansons Irresponsible hate anthem taken from the album Anti-christ Superstar Very interesting trying to figure out the vocal effects on this one.. never thought it'd do this sort of cover either ----------------------------------------------------------------------- LYRICS ----------------------------------------------------------------------- I am so all-American, I'll sell you suicide I am totalitarian, I've got abortions in my eyes I hate the hater, I'd rape the raper I am the animal who will not be himself fuck it Hey victim, should I black your eyes again? Hey victim, You were the one who put the stick in my hand I am the ism, my hate's a prism let's just kill everyone and let your god sort them out fuck it Everybody's someone else's nigger, I know you are so am I I wasn't born with enough middle fingers I don't need to choose a side I better, better, better, better not say this better, better, better, better not tell I hate the hater, I'd rape the raper I am the idiot who will not be himself fuck it America cannot see anything History is written by the winner Fuck it -------------------------- Equipment used -------------------------- Guitar: BC Rick Warlock M7 Picks: Jazz III http://amzn.to/2nRDJbr Strings: Dunlop KKN1052 http://amzn.to/2nRAKzB Thanks for the support! Stay connected on FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/synn.unsworth INSTAGRAM: https://instagram.com/synn.manipulated TWITTER: https://twitter.com/synnmetal MANIPULATED: http://www.facebook.com/manipulatedband MOTORSHRED: http://www.facebook.com/motorshred
Views: 112 Synn Unsworth
Dave Matthews Band - Is Chicago, Is Not Chicago (Live - 06.11.96)
 
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Full Show: http://www.dmbalmanac.com/TourShowSet.aspx?id=453055029&tid=28&where=1996 Fun Fact: This is the one and only time that this song was played full band. Fun Fact 2: This show was scheduled for release. But, was put off for "Live in Chicago". Fun Fact 3: This song is a cover, Originally by a band called "Soul Coughing". The Lead singer of Soul Coughing has guested with DMB on a few songs. Notably the Debut of "Anyone seen the Bridge" and the 6 Minute version of the same song the very next day.
Views: 569 DMB Discography
"Caravan" by Elisha Barnett (2016 Teen Filmmaker Festival)
 
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The 13th Annual Teen Filmmaker Festival, held at Chenery Auditorium in Kalamazoo, MI, on Saturday, February 20, 2016, featured the best teen-produced and directed films of the past year. Films were produced by teens, ages 12-19, who reside in the state of Michigan. Three expert judges awarded prizes for best film, best animation, best music video, best experimental film, best short film (under three minutes), best technical merit, best cinematic merit, and judges' choice. Audience members at the festival voted for a People's Choice award. Sponsored by Kalamazoo Public Library. www.kpl.gov/filmfest
Busta Rhymes Live
 
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Closing party Ibiza Privilege 30th Septem
Views: 21 Julien Vierin
Suck for your Solution
 
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Marilyn Manson 1997-09-05 La Crosse
Views: 255 providermodule
Maximize Bestiality Excreting The Malformed [Full EP] (2017)
 
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Artist: Maximize Bestiality Album: Excreting The Malformed [EP] Year: (2017) Genre: Slamming Brutal Death Metal Country: (Germany) Support Them!: This is the third track off the upcomin EP Excreting the Malformed. Maximize Bestiality is a brutal and guttural Death Metal three-piece from Lower Saxony, Germany. For further information. This is the second track off the upcomin EP Excreting the Malformed. Maximize Bestiality is a brutal and guttural Death Metal three-piece from Lower Saxony, Germany. This song was written.
Views: 23 Remona Perrault
Dave Matthews, Vusi Mahlasela, & Hugh Masekela--Weeping Carnegie Hall New York City, NY 10/10/2014
 
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Dave, Hugh, & Vusi play Weeping together at Carnegie Hall.
Views: 3473 Andrew Pope
Oboe Plays: Halo 4 Part 1 (Prologue & Dawn)
 
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To prepare for the release of Halo 4 four friends (HWM Icebird, HWM Brickfungus, HWM Wheels, and OboeCrazy) decided to play through all of the Halo games in chronological order. Mics recorded, only a few edits to keep the gameplay coming, and a healthy dose of shenanigans, we honk our way through the Halo Universe. Thanks to Bungie, 343, and Microsoft for amazing games and thanks to the Halo Wheelmen and specifically HWM Icebird for coordinating this event. Halo 4 begins with an epic game fail of massive loading proportions. You think you've got problems, our map didn't load! We like to throw grenades in confined spaces. We discuss how the quicktime events work. And yes, Oboe plays Halo with her Dad.
Views: 479 LaurenOboe