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Chris Coats If I am lucky enough the hospital will let me go today to get to Game 1. Doctors realize they got superfan and they're trying there best to get me out of here. I'm not sure if I will get to continue to drive for 6 months because of the 2 seizures I Read more ... had sunday night as Missouri law goes.
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Whitney Museum of American Art On Sunday night, Whitney guards Carlos Noboa and Douglas Burnham locked up the Breuer building at the end of the final day of exhibition programming prior to the move downtown. The day also marked Mr. Burnham's 38th work anniversary at the Museum! ht Read more ... tp://bit.ly/1DwegDy
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Albie Mulcahy Had to post again for the ones that have not witnessed this Video . I had heavy dreams of John last night very strange. It was like he was with me saying "get to it my friend,you have work to do " Read more ...
John Sahag Memorial video
I was very lucky to have known John as my friend. I made this after he passed.
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Sally Hicks *Friday the 24th-Mr. Froggys trunk or treat 630 to 8 pm Jackson Fairgrounds *Saturday the 25th Trezevant Church of Christ 4 pm *Saturday the 25th Milan Cumberland Presbyterian Church 4 pm *Saturday the 25th Terry Community 7 pm *Sunday the 26th C Read more ... hapel Hill 5:30 pm *Wednesday the 29th Milan First United Methodist Church 6 pm *Thursday the 30th Milan Main St Church of Christ Trunk or Treat & inside jumpers 6-8pm *Friday the 31st Halloween night, Atwood First Baptist 5:30 pm *Friday the 31st Halloween night, Truth Baptist Church in Milan 5:30 pm *Friday the 31st Halloween night Gibson church 5:30 pm *Friday the 31st Halloween night Temple Baptist 6 pm *Friday the 31st Halloween night Bradford schools 6-7:30 pm *Friday the 31st Halloween night Milan First General Baptist 6pm *Saturday November 1st American Legion Halloween party for kids, games & lunch provided, candy & prizes at 11 PLEASE TAG ALL THE MOMS && DADS YOU KNOW!
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Gabriel Chilobo The 19 Sunday service the power of God at work, theme:God is not man to lie numbers 23:19...the fire continues this Friday on 24th a jubilee overnight prayer it will a night of Liberty.........Arise and Shine for your light has Come.
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Billy Burke
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Rick Mullin On Sunday night, several poets published by Dos Madres Press in Loveland, Ohio, read with the chief, Robert Murphy, editor and publisher of the press. It was the first time I met him personally, and the first time I heard him read. A YouTube video ca Read more ... n't give you everything, but here he is reading at the Red Harlem Readers series, which hosted us on Sunday.
Robert Murphy Red Harlem Readers Part 1
Robert Murphy, editor and publisher of Dos Madres Press, reads at the Dos Madres event at Suite sponsored by Red Harlem Readers. http://www.dosmadres.com/
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Aadrian Williams My absolute favorite Quartet Group! My my my his band tho!
This is how our weekend ended. We spent Sunday night with Lisa Knowles & The Brown Singers and loved every moment of it.
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Dragan Sorin =)))
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13 minutes ago
Augusto Carvalho
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Matthew Tucker ONE THING! Man, this gets me pumped up! All of my family from The Praising Place who were at church Sunday, this pretty much sums it up. What are you hungry for? ONE THING! What keeps you up at night? ONE THING! What are you chasing after? ONE Read more ... THING! This is going to be my anthem to get my day going before going into the secret place with Him for a while. "I am #1. Nelly didn't write that song, God did." lol. I love it! Roy Tucker, this even sounds like you! ONE THING! This video is awesome Ronnie Harrison. http://youtu.be/cXjMplb6pOI
Elder Ronnie Harrison "1thing"
Psalm 22:31 "They Shall come, and shall declare his righteousness unto a people that shall be born, that he hath done this.
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Happy 4th of July From...A Wiener Dog
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Rodger L. Montgomery Memphis guitar legend and producer Steve Cropper (Stax Records, Albert King, Booker T and The MGs, The Blues Brothers) was born today in 1941 in Willow Springs, MO. Steven Lee "Steve" Cropper (born October 21, 1941, Dora, Missouri, United States)[1] Read more ... is an American guitarist, songwriter and record producer. He is best known as the guitarist of the Stax Records house band, Booker T. & the M.G.'s, and has backed artists such as Otis Redding, Sam & Dave, Carla Thomas, Rufus Thomas and Johnnie Taylor, also acting as producer on many of these records. He later gained fame as a member of the Blues Brothers band.[2] Rolling Stone lists him 39th on their list of the 100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time.[3] Mojo ranks Cropper as the second-best guitarist ever. His nickname is "The Colonel". When he was nine years old, Cropper moved with his family to Memphis, Tennessee.[1] At the age of ten, he strummed his brother-in-law's Gibson guitar for the first time.[citation needed] Cropper received his first guitar by mail order at 14 and started playing with local musicians. His guitar heroes at the time included Lowman Pauling of the "5" Royales, as well as Chet Atkins, Chuck Berry, Tal Farlow, Jimmy Reed, and the guitarist of the Bill Doggett band, Billy Butler.[1] Career Cropper and guitarist Charlie Freeman formed the Royal Spades, who eventually became the Mar-Keys. The name referred to the marquee outside Stax studios, known as Satellite Records at the time. Eventually the Mar-Keys began playing on sessions and had a hit single of their own with "Last Night" in 1961. Steve Cropper in concert (1990) Besides being impressed with the young guitarist's playing, Stax Records president Jim Stewart saw professionalism and maturity beyond Cropper's years.[citation needed] When American Records founder Chips Moman left Stax, Cropper became the company's A&R man. He became a founding member of the Stax house band Booker T. & the M.G.'s, along with Hammond organ player Booker T. Jones, bassist Donald "Duck" Dunn and drummer Al Jackson Jr.. As a house guitarist he played on many recordings such as "(Sittin' on) the Dock of the Bay," co-written with and performed by Otis Redding, and Sam & Dave's "Soul Man" on which he was mentioned by name. When Cropper played on the song's remake by the Blues Brothers, lead singer John Belushi again mentioned Cropper. At this time Cropper's fame was not limited to the United States. The Beatles favoured Cropper's playing, and his production on Otis Redding records. John Lennon and Paul McCartney made tentative plans to record in Memphis, and to work with the guitarist. However Brian Epstein cancelled the sessions, citing security problems.[4] Regarding this period, Rob Bowman, in his book Soulsville U.S.A.: The Story of Stax Records, quoted Booker T. Jones as saying: “ We were writing sounds too, especially Steve. He's very sound-conscious, and he gets a lot of sounds out of a Telecaster without changing any settings —just by using his fingers, his picks, and his amps ” Along with influential work with Booker T & The MG's, Cropper co-wrote "Knock on Wood" with Eddie Floyd, "In the Midnight Hour" with Wilson Pickett and "(Sittin' On) The Dock of the Bay" with Otis Redding. In 1969, Cropper released his first solo album, With a Little Help From My Friends. Steve Cropper at the Hamar Music Festival, 2007 When Cropper left Stax in the fall of 1970,[5] the label lost one of its most successful producers and songwriters. Cropper then set up TMI Studios with Jerry Williams and former Mar-Key Ronnie Stoots. There he played guitar and produced various musicians including Tower of Power, Rod Stewart, John Prine, José Feliciano, The Jeff Beck Group, Ringo Starr and John Lennon. It's little-known that Cropper also played guitar on the cover of The Velvet Underground's "Femme Fatale" that appears on fellow Memphians Big Star's Third/Sister Lovers. By 1975, Cropper had moved to Los Angeles and along with Jackson and Dunn, reformed Booker T. & the M.G's. Jackson, whom Cropper called "the greatest drummer to ever walk the earth," was murdered in his Memphis home before the group could make their comeback. In 1978, Cropper and Dunn became members of Levon Helm's RCO All-Stars, and then went on to figure prominently in the Blues Brothers Band with the drummer Willie Hall. This led to two albums and two movie soundtracks. Cropper also re-recorded "(Sittin' On) The Dock of the Bay" (1979) for Sammy Hagar. Cropper lived in Los Angeles for the next thirteen years before moving to Nashville and reuniting with the Blues Brothers Band in 1988. In 1992, Booker T. & the M.G.'s were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and Cropper appeared with a new line-up of the group for the Bob Dylan 30th Anniversary concert, on October 1992 at Madison Square Garden, performing songs by and backing Dylan, Eric Clapton, George Harrison, Tom Petty, Johnny Cash, Chrissie Hynde, Sinéad O'Connor, Stevie Wonder and Neil Young. The concert was recorded and later released as The 30th Anniversary Concert Celebration (1993). Young later recruited this line up of Booker T. and the M.G's, to tour with him and record as his studio band. In 1996, Cropper was named "the greatest living guitar player" by Britain's Mojo magazine. When asked what he thought of Cropper, the guitarist Keith Richards said, "Perfect, man."[citation needed] In February 1998, Cropper released Play It, Steve! which included some of soul music's most enduring songs. The album title came from the "shout" of the title phrase by Moore on Sam & Dave's "Soul Man," and later by John Belushi (with the Blues Brothers). In June 2004, Cropper appeared with Dunn and Jones as the backing band for Eric Clapton's Crossroads Guitar Festival, held at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas. Others who appeared included Joe Walsh and David Hidalgo.[6] On June 9, 2005, Cropper was inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame. Cropper toured Australia with Guy Sebastian, playing on Sebastian's The Memphis Album tour in March 2008 He co-produced The Memphis Album (2007), recorded by Australian soul singer Guy Sebastian. Cropper also played guitar on the following promotional tour, which was recorded and released two years later as The Memphis Tour. On March 2, 2008 Cropper and Sebastian were guests on the Vega Sunday Session with host Mark Gable from the rock band the Choirboys.[7] On July 29, 2008, Cropper and Felix Cavaliere released the album Nudge It Up A Notch. In August 2008, Cropper appeared at the Rhythm Festival alongside the Animals.[8] On November 12, 2009, EMP/SFM presented Cropper with their "Founders Award." On October 17, 2010, Cropper was inducted into the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame.[9] On August 9, 2011, Cropper released the album Dedicated which was his tribute to the "5" Royales. In 2013 he was a special guest at selected concerts as part of Peter Frampton's Guitar Circus Tour, including the first performance which featured Frampton, Robert Cray and Vince Gill.[10] Personal life Cropper married his second wife, Angel, in the late 1980s. They have two children, Andrea and Cameron. The Croppers currently live in Nashville, Tennessee.[11]
Steve Cropper - Think
from DEDICATED album(FTN17832), released in 2011 /// Check out www.429records.com
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Sherry Maines
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16 minutes ago
Rodger L. Montgomery Memphis guitar legend and producer Steve Cropper (Stax Records, Albert King, Booker T and The MGs, The Blues Brothers) was born today in 1941 in Willow Springs, MO. Steven Lee "Steve" Cropper (born October 21, 1941, Dora, Missouri, United States)[1] Read more ... is an American guitarist, songwriter and record producer. He is best known as the guitarist of the Stax Records house band, Booker T. & the M.G.'s, and has backed artists such as Otis Redding, Sam & Dave, Carla Thomas, Rufus Thomas and Johnnie Taylor, also acting as producer on many of these records. He later gained fame as a member of the Blues Brothers band.[2] Rolling Stone lists him 39th on their list of the 100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time.[3] Mojo ranks Cropper as the second-best guitarist ever. His nickname is "The Colonel". When he was nine years old, Cropper moved with his family to Memphis, Tennessee.[1] At the age of ten, he strummed his brother-in-law's Gibson guitar for the first time.[citation needed] Cropper received his first guitar by mail order at 14 and started playing with local musicians. His guitar heroes at the time included Lowman Pauling of the "5" Royales, as well as Chet Atkins, Chuck Berry, Tal Farlow, Jimmy Reed, and the guitarist of the Bill Doggett band, Billy Butler.[1] Career Cropper and guitarist Charlie Freeman formed the Royal Spades, who eventually became the Mar-Keys. The name referred to the marquee outside Stax studios, known as Satellite Records at the time. Eventually the Mar-Keys began playing on sessions and had a hit single of their own with "Last Night" in 1961. Steve Cropper in concert (1990) Besides being impressed with the young guitarist's playing, Stax Records president Jim Stewart saw professionalism and maturity beyond Cropper's years.[citation needed] When American Records founder Chips Moman left Stax, Cropper became the company's A&R man. He became a founding member of the Stax house band Booker T. & the M.G.'s, along with Hammond organ player Booker T. Jones, bassist Donald "Duck" Dunn and drummer Al Jackson Jr.. As a house guitarist he played on many recordings such as "(Sittin' on) the Dock of the Bay," co-written with and performed by Otis Redding, and Sam & Dave's "Soul Man" on which he was mentioned by name. When Cropper played on the song's remake by the Blues Brothers, lead singer John Belushi again mentioned Cropper. At this time Cropper's fame was not limited to the United States. The Beatles favoured Cropper's playing, and his production on Otis Redding records. John Lennon and Paul McCartney made tentative plans to record in Memphis, and to work with the guitarist. However Brian Epstein cancelled the sessions, citing security problems.[4] Regarding this period, Rob Bowman, in his book Soulsville U.S.A.: The Story of Stax Records, quoted Booker T. Jones as saying: “ We were writing sounds too, especially Steve. He's very sound-conscious, and he gets a lot of sounds out of a Telecaster without changing any settings —just by using his fingers, his picks, and his amps ” Along with influential work with Booker T & The MG's, Cropper co-wrote "Knock on Wood" with Eddie Floyd, "In the Midnight Hour" with Wilson Pickett and "(Sittin' On) The Dock of the Bay" with Otis Redding. In 1969, Cropper released his first solo album, With a Little Help From My Friends. Steve Cropper at the Hamar Music Festival, 2007 When Cropper left Stax in the fall of 1970,[5] the label lost one of its most successful producers and songwriters. Cropper then set up TMI Studios with Jerry Williams and former Mar-Key Ronnie Stoots. There he played guitar and produced various musicians including Tower of Power, Rod Stewart, John Prine, José Feliciano, The Jeff Beck Group, Ringo Starr and John Lennon. It's little-known that Cropper also played guitar on the cover of The Velvet Underground's "Femme Fatale" that appears on fellow Memphians Big Star's Third/Sister Lovers. By 1975, Cropper had moved to Los Angeles and along with Jackson and Dunn, reformed Booker T. & the M.G's. Jackson, whom Cropper called "the greatest drummer to ever walk the earth," was murdered in his Memphis home before the group could make their comeback. In 1978, Cropper and Dunn became members of Levon Helm's RCO All-Stars, and then went on to figure prominently in the Blues Brothers Band with the drummer Willie Hall. This led to two albums and two movie soundtracks. Cropper also re-recorded "(Sittin' On) The Dock of the Bay" (1979) for Sammy Hagar. Cropper lived in Los Angeles for the next thirteen years before moving to Nashville and reuniting with the Blues Brothers Band in 1988. In 1992, Booker T. & the M.G.'s were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and Cropper appeared with a new line-up of the group for the Bob Dylan 30th Anniversary concert, on October 1992 at Madison Square Garden, performing songs by and backing Dylan, Eric Clapton, George Harrison, Tom Petty, Johnny Cash, Chrissie Hynde, Sinéad O'Connor, Stevie Wonder and Neil Young. The concert was recorded and later released as The 30th Anniversary Concert Celebration (1993). Young later recruited this line up of Booker T. and the M.G's, to tour with him and record as his studio band. In 1996, Cropper was named "the greatest living guitar player" by Britain's Mojo magazine. When asked what he thought of Cropper, the guitarist Keith Richards said, "Perfect, man."[citation needed] In February 1998, Cropper released Play It, Steve! which included some of soul music's most enduring songs. The album title came from the "shout" of the title phrase by Moore on Sam & Dave's "Soul Man," and later by John Belushi (with the Blues Brothers). In June 2004, Cropper appeared with Dunn and Jones as the backing band for Eric Clapton's Crossroads Guitar Festival, held at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas. Others who appeared included Joe Walsh and David Hidalgo.[6] On June 9, 2005, Cropper was inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame. Cropper toured Australia with Guy Sebastian, playing on Sebastian's The Memphis Album tour in March 2008 He co-produced The Memphis Album (2007), recorded by Australian soul singer Guy Sebastian. Cropper also played guitar on the following promotional tour, which was recorded and released two years later as The Memphis Tour. On March 2, 2008 Cropper and Sebastian were guests on the Vega Sunday Session with host Mark Gable from the rock band the Choirboys.[7] On July 29, 2008, Cropper and Felix Cavaliere released the album Nudge It Up A Notch. In August 2008, Cropper appeared at the Rhythm Festival alongside the Animals.[8] On November 12, 2009, EMP/SFM presented Cropper with their "Founders Award." On October 17, 2010, Cropper was inducted into the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame.[9] On August 9, 2011, Cropper released the album Dedicated which was his tribute to the "5" Royales. In 2013 he was a special guest at selected concerts as part of Peter Frampton's Guitar Circus Tour, including the first performance which featured Frampton, Robert Cray and Vince Gill.[10] Personal life Cropper married his second wife, Angel, in the late 1980s. They have two children, Andrea and Cameron. The Croppers currently live in Nashville, Tennessee.[11]http://youtu.be/T-IIYo3NOY4
Steve Cropper - Think
from DEDICATED album(FTN17832), released in 2011 /// Check out www.429records.com
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Ζωή Τυροκόμου
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Rosette Hormigoso Bernardo CONGRATULATION .. YOU'VE DONE GREAT ANOTHER PROUD OF THE PHILIPPINES .^___^
The X Factor Australia 2014 Grand Final: Winner Announcement
15 year-old Filipino contestant Marlisa Punzalan is the new X Factor Australia big winner. She bested two other finalists, Dean Ray and Brothers3, wowing the judges and the audiences at the grand finals Sunday night. Source: https://www.youtube.com/ Read more ... watch?v=Toh7VibChiA For more inspiring videos, please visit and like: www.facebook.com/radiounwired
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Iordanis Baretoglou
Here's One Way to Stay Cool
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Eleni Papadopoulou
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Brandon Joseph Cowan Toni Michelle Medley
Here's your SNEAK PEEK from the #AFV Halloween Special! Watch with us Sunday night 7/6c on ABC!
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Iris Williamson Lass Vegas on Sunday at Fred's they always put on a good night.
Lass Vegas on Sunday at Fred's they always put on a good night.
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Lauren Lane Powell Sharing again this morning as my MacBook is still packed away. I am basking in last week's glory. Now fully rested I get to take stock and recognize that I did indeed travel away from my comfort for 10 days and DID NOT get sick, compromise my system Read more ... or otherwise react negatively from cAnswer or chemo/dreamo at all!!!!! Thank you. Thank you God!!!
Skyride
A magical journey of intertwining melodies along with beautiful images of hot-air balloons create this wondrous skyride. Written by Lauren Lane Powell.
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Aleksey Viktorovic
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Eduardo Seixas
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Konstantina Delaporta
Here's One Way to Stay Cool
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Cindy Hopkins Lewis Dana Atkinson I saw foxies twin on here!lol
Here's your SNEAK PEEK from the #AFV Halloween Special! Watch with us Sunday night 7/6c on ABC!
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A.J. Andrews mornin' y'all
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Canal Street Chronicles Detroit Suck City ~ The Podcast, Ralph and the boys recap the Detroit gut punch and regrouping for Green Bay!
Saints Podcast: Detroit Recap, Green Bay Sunday Night Football Preview
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Kevin, Andrew and Ralph recap the carnage in Detroit and look forward to the Saints vs. Packers Sunday Night Football game.
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Kyriakos Agiovlasitis
Here's One Way to Stay Cool
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D-bOi Xtopha ...WE WAS @ THE ESAN NIGHT @ REGGIO ON SUNDAY 19TH!
Turned up @ THE ESAN NITE, This Happend! Thanks 4 the luv my REGGIO pipo.. Bless ya!
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Halil Yilmaz
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Fatima Montilla The whole unit had a rough saturday night, with so heavy and high acuity pts....felt like crying coz i was physically and mentally worn out...Sunday noon attended the 12:15 mass sponsored by BBFAA, before the processional rights this song was sung an Read more ... d there went my tears falling....God was in the midst and reminded me of what i went through with this song...God is my refuge....at this point i would like to share this song to my friend who is also having a rough time...
LIFT UP YOUR HANDS by Basil Valdez
Let God be always in our hearts, in everything that we do --- in deeds & in words... My old fb account got deleted. Just add me on Tagged :) TYSM www.tagged....
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Özcan Pehlivan
Here's One Way to Stay Cool
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ΣΤΟΝ ΚΟΣΜΟ ΤΩΝ Ονειρων
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