Unlock Your Hip Flexors
All - Recently Viewed
All Along The Watchtower | Playing For Change | Song Around The World
&end=264 "I remember having a daydream about the opening acoustic guitar part of "All Along The Watchtower" ending with a Native American scream and a big native drum on the downbeat. That was the spark to assemble one of our biggest and deepest Songs Around The World. From Beirut to New Orleans to the Lakota Nation, musicians play and sing like a musical army determined to stop suffering and greed all over the world. As a society, we need to get back to our roots and connect deeper with our ancestors and native people in general so we can find the wisdom we need to move forward as a human race. As Jimi Hendrix once said, 'If there is something to be changed in this world, then it can only happen through music.'" -Mark Johnson, PFC Co-Founder

Video Comments (0) / Posted By: Mel
Ladyva - Boogie Woogie
Ladyva performing Boogie Woogie at the Philharmonic live @ Jools Hollands annual Boogie Woogie Dinner at Boisdale Canary Wharf in London with special guest "Dr. House" alias Hugh Laurie enjoying himself in the front row. :) On the drums the great Gilson Lavis.

Video Comments (0) / Posted By: Mel
12 Signs You're an Introvert as Illustrated by Animals
Animals illustrate in an amusing way why you just might be an introvert. You hide from crowds... You hate being the center of attention... You screen all of you phone calls... and 9 more signs you might be an introvert. animal.discovery.com
Added: 28th September 2014
Views: 25971
Tags

Video Comments (4) / Posted By: Mel
Jamie Wilson - Ain't No Grave
All songs are single takes with no overdubs and all heart. For more on the full Southern Gospel Revival series go check out: themoderntrade.com/revival/ The Players: Courtney Patton Drew Kennedy... Ain't No Grave (also known as Gonna Hold This Body Down) is a traditional American gospel song attributed to Claude Ely (1922-1978) of Virginia. Claude Ely describes composing the song while sick with tuberculosis in 1934 when he was twelve years old. His family prayed for his health, and in response he spontaneously performed this song. Many notable artists have performed the song, including Johnny Cash on the posthumous album American VI: Ain't No Grave. Today we get to hear Jamie Wilson's version.
Added: 21st April 2018
Views: 6954
Tags

Video Comments (0) / Posted By: Mel
Sweet Dog Helps Mom Who Lost Her Leg at The Boston Marathon
Sweet Dog Helps Mom Who Lost Her Leg at The Boston Marathon | This couple had just gotten married when they both lost a leg in the Boston Marathon bombing. They thought they’d never be OK again - then a dog named Rescue stepped in and gave them their lives back.

Video Comments (0) / Posted By: Mel

Welcome Guest!

Mel may receive an affiliate payment from companies linked to on this website.