Deck The Halls - The Salsoul Orchestra with Marian Rolle
Working For The Weekend - Loverboy
Under Pressure - Queen with David Bowie
Come Go With Me - The Beach Boys
Take My Heart (You Can Have It If You Want It) - Kool & The Gang
Our Lips Are Sealed - The Go-Go's
Shake It Up - The Cars
Hooked On Classics - The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
Centerfold - The J. Geils Band
Diamond Ring – Billy Nichols
I Can't Go For That (No Can Do) - Daryl Hall & John Oates
It Doesn't Matter at All - 10cc - slow dance
Let's Groove Tonight - Earth, Wind & Fire
You Don't Know a Good Thing - Michael Zager Band
“Never2Late” is an easy listening yet upbeat pop song that displays Margo’s signature melodic flair and vocals. Following her last releases, “Colours” and “Tempted,” Margo is not stopping anytime soon to write inspiring songs for her fans and collaborate with talented musicians such as John Oates on this latest release. “Never 2 Late is also the first song that I wrote the music and lyrics with John Oates simultaneously. It was a joyful experience and I'm blessed to call him my friend and songwriting partner. John also honors this recording with his gorgeous Hall and Oates harmonies,” Margo states. “It’s a message that kindness makes everything better because it is human nature to desire kindness and the need to be understood.” This brand new single is the second collaboration with Oates, the first with top 20 Billboard charting “Let The Rain,” which became the theme song for non-profit organization Brides Against Breast Cancer. Margo’s alternative pop songs have captured a worldwide audience with her unforgettable melodies, groove oriented arrangements and enduring, socially conscious lyrics that always blend a variety of organic sounds with every bit of emotion. The Indie Music Digest says, “Her musical/vocal style is cut from the cloth of Celine Dion, Bonnie Raitt and Shania Twain.”
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70s 80s 90s disco Dance music Non stop mix #01
2：Bee Gees- Night Fever
3：Kc&SunshineBand-That's the way
4：CHERYL LYNN - GOT TO BE REAL
5：Madonna - Like A Virgin
6：Hall&Oates - private eyes
7：Michael Jackson - Thriller
8：Lipps Inc - Funky Town
9：Coo Coo - Upside Down
10：Bananalama - Venus
11：EARTH,WIND&FIRE - SEPTEMBER
15：DeadOrAlive-My Heart Goes Bang
16：Michael Fortunati - Give Me Up
17：Irene Cara - Flashdance
18：Paul Lekakis - Boom Boom
19：ARABESQUE-Hello Mr monkey
20：Buggles - radio star
21：KING KONG & THE JG-BoomBoomDoller
26：Culture club-Karma Chameleon
Dave is joined by Four-time GRAMMY winning recording engineer and record producer, Jimmy Douglass, in the 29th episode of Pensado’s Place! This week’s ITL features Dave giving you tips on how to use Gate’s in non-traditional ways to get cool results, and Jimmy sticks around to answer Dave’s rapid-fire questions in this week’s Batter’s Box, as well as surprises dave with a “The Senator” compressor as a gift! From jimmydouglass.com… “In the early 1970′s at Atlantic Records studios in New York City, he started his studio career as a part-time tape duplicator while still attending high school. There he learned how to operate the studio’s custom made 16-channel console and observed, was trained by, as well as worked with some of the greatest engineers, producers and record moguls including Tom Dowd, Arif Mardin, Jerry Wexler and Ahmet Ertegun. For his first time behind the faders, he was encouraged by Wexler to engineer the session recording for a demo of a new band. He went on to work with great Atlantic Recording artists such as Aretha Franklin, Hall & Oates, Roberta Flack, Donny Hathaway, Foreigner, Led Zeppelin and AC/DC to name a few. During the 1980′s, Douglass continued to hone his engineering skills while also taking on the role as producer. He engineered and produced established artists including The Rolling Stones, Slave, Odyssey, Roxy Music and Gang of Four. In 1994, he began working with up and coming contemporary R&B/hip hop producer Timbaland and served as his main engineer for more than a decade. They would eventually collaborate on classic projects from artists such as Aaliyah, Missy Elliot, Ginuwine and Jay-Z . Beginning the new millennium, Douglass continued engineering and mixing more Timbaland produced projects including Snoop Dogg, Bjork and Grammy winning albums for Justin Timberlake. Among the artists he also mixed are Rob Thomas, Sean Paul, Kanye West, Ludacris, Al Green, John Legend and Duran Duran.”
1. Tay Devenny - Meanwhile (prod.Languid) 2. JOEtheSHOW - Spirit Of The Night (With Tesla Boy) 3. Hall & Oates - I Can't Go For That 4. The Pointer Sisters - Automatic 5. Matt Miller - Too Much For Me 6. Theophulis London - Golden 7. Billy Ocean - Caribbean Queen 8. Polographia - Tropic Fruit 9. Maitro - Players Strut 10. Oliver Cheatham - Get Down Saturday Night 11. Lionel Richie - Running With The Night 12. Stevie Wonder - Rocket Love 13. Saux - It Frightens Me 14. Sir Michael Rocks - IF It Ain't Foreign
51 Minutes In-Studio Radio Interview with organist Jon Hammond and studio drummer Bernard Purdie with host producer Anthony Bonet aka "Sex 14s". This interview took place on October 8th 1998 the day before Jon Hammond and The Late Rent Session Men performed 2 concerts at Cocodrie Club in North Beach San Francisco and at Kimball's East Nightclub and Restaurant in Emeryville, both clubs are closed now. Hear Jon and Bernard talk about their long musical careers and the music and musicians on the band the next day, saxophonist Bennett Friedman, guitarist Barry Finnerty, Bernard Purdie aka "Pretty Purdie" or "The Hit Maker" on drums and Jon Hammond at the B3 organ. Very special thanks to host producer Anthony Bonet aka "Sex 14s" of KALX and Bottom of The Hill club for having us in and also to Scott Rootenberg of The Cocodrie Club, Jon Hammond http://www.jonhammondband.com Note: Bernard Purdie is perhaps the most recorded drummer in the music business http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bernard_Purdie Bernard Lee "Pretty" Purdie (born June 11, 1939) is an American session drummer, and is considered an influential and innovative exponent of funk. He is known for his strict musical time keeping and "The Purdie Shuffle" James Brown, Jeff Beck, Hummingbird, Steely Dan, Aretha Franklin, Gil Scott-Heron, King Curtis, The Rolling Stones, Miles Davis, Dizzy Gillespie, Randy Brecker, Quincy Jones, Hall & Oates, Isaac Hayes, Cat Stevens, Hair, Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (soundtrack), Jon Hammond Late Rent album Behind The Beat Story of Late Rent http://behindthebeat.com/2004/12/jon-hammond-late-rent/
We had the "Blue Moon" on 31st August, 2012. The next Blue Moon will be seen on 31st July, 2015.
Aside from the Moon, there are flowers called "Blue Moon"; one from Germany and one from South Africa.
The latter Blue Moon can be seen in your neighborhood this time of the year.
"Wait for Me" is one of my favorite songs by Hall & Oates. Whenever I listen to this song, I think of my love, Chibi-chan.
The need for love -- obsessive, self-destructive, unpredictable -- takes us to forbidden places, as in the chilling world of Give Me Your Heart, a new collection of stories by the inimitable Joyce Carol Oates. In the suspenseful "Strip Poker," a reckless adolescent girl must find a way of turning the tables on a gathering of increasingly threatening young men -- can she "outplay" them? In "Smother!" a young woman's nightmare memory of childhood brings trouble on her professor mother-which of them will win? In "Split/Brain" a woman who has blundered into a lethal situation confronts the possibility of saving herself-will she take it? In "The First Husband," a jealous man discovers that his wife seems to have lied about her first marriage, and exacts a cruel revenge, years after the fact. In ten razor-sharp stories, National Book Award winner Oates shows that the most deadly mysteries often begin at home. Narrated by Angela Brazil, Susan Boyce, Stephen R. Thorne, Rachael Warren, Parker Leventer, Fred ...
Matt Knudsen is terrible company. Don’t invite him to your home. Ever.
Written, Directed and Performed by Matt Knudsen & Richard Keith
Camera, Lighting and Editing by Richard Keith
Sound: Jamie Oates
Dael Oates, rising director from Prodigy and former Animal Logic VFX designer, brings an air of sophisticated complexity to Milo B-Smart’s latest TVC, which aired on Sunday June 1st.
The spot expertly balances live action with stylish animation, no easy challenge for any director to overcome. “There [was] a fine balance between all factors…We never like the VFX to get in the way of a good performance!” comments Oates.
This spot geniously utilises complicated design elements and unique CG animation to depict the INFROs, making them appear “alive with possibility”. Oates manages to depict them as complex and intricate, whilst simultaneously easy to ‘read’, not in a literal sense, but as an object the audience understands from the beginning.
The TVC was shot with the actors wearing skull caps created as CG graphics as hair – a complex process that required Oates to call on his extensive VFX and creative experience whilst working in collaboration with The Lab.
Directed by Dael Oates of Prodigy, the spot opens with a group of girls in a bleak, winter playground struggling to enjoy a game of hopscotch. The focus shifts to one little girl with blonde hair who rubs her nose with a sniffle and a cough.
The piece develops from an aloof and almost numinous tone to an “over the top” sense of sentimental dream-like warmth, rich with possibility.
Oates, inspired by Jean-Pierre Jeunet films such as Amelie, Delicatessen and City of Lost Children, has managed to keep the spot beautifully crafted, yet simple.
“I want[ed] to make this theatrical [and] over the top…Play up the sentimentality and the dream like ‘warm glow’ sequence”, says Oates. “This [was] all about the styling and how far to push it.”
&R Wellington and Prodigy have collaborated to create and launch a 45 sec TV campaign for non-profit We Are What We Do (WAWWD) movement within New Zealand to promote its global bestseller book "Change The World For Fifteen Bucks"
Directed by Prodigy's Dael Oates, "Change The World For Fifteen Bucks" aims to encapsulate the essence of the book -- small actions + lots of people = BIG CHANGE and inspire worldwide viewers to take simple everyday actions that can improve our environment, health, and communities.
John Oates of Hall & Oates teaches you how to play "She's Gone", which he wrote for Hall & Oates' 1973 album, "Abandoned Luncheonette." This is a sample of a 33 minute video available for download at iVideosongs.com
Recorded live with Clyde Lewis hosts Ground Zero Lounge at Dantes Portland Oregon.
The pioneer and 20 year veteran of this field, Australian David John Oates, describes Reverse Speech as another form of human communication. He states that language is bi-level, forward and reverse. As the human brain constructs the sounds of speech, it forms those sounds in such a way that two messages are delivered simultaneously. One forwards, which is the conscious mind speaking, and the other in reverse, which is the unconscious mind speaking.
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