Rare live footage of one of the first anti-racism songs ever.
Jay Leno as a guest on David Letterman, circa 1989.
Monty Python: Silly Army Drills
What evolutionary benefit does altering your consciousness have, and why are our brains wired to receive certain drugs?
The Fabulous Wanda jackson on Town Hall Party in 1958. "Keep your cotton-pickin' fingers off my curly hair!"
Friday Night with Jonathan Ross.
Fridays 10:35pm on BBC One, repeated late on Saturdays.
Thundercats Movie trailer (fanmade)
It ain't easy sometimes.
stir crazy gene wilder & richard pryor
Lenny's heart-wrenching song regarding solitude and love's end.
An instrumental track on Pink Floyd's 1994 album, The Division Bell. An excerpt of the music is featured on Echoes: The Best of Pink Floyd.
The track was given a Grammy Award in the category of Best Rock Instrumental Performance at the Grammy Awards of 1994.
The piece was written by David Gilmour and Rick Wright. The song has sounds that describe the setting as an island (such as seagulls and waves crashing on the shore).The song was composed while jamming aboard the Astoria in early 1993. The high-pitch guitar sounds on the track came from a Whammy pedal which makes the guitar sound an octave higher, also known as a pitch shifter. Alike to "Is There Anybody Out There?" this song also used the shrill siren-like sound effect of the song "Echoes".
This song has only been played live 3 times. On the two dates in Oslo (one of which is featured on the Pulse DVD), Norway on the 1994 "The Division Bell" tour and at the "Strat Pack" charity concert, for the 50th anniversary of the Fender Stratocaster guitar, where Gilmour played his "#0001" Stratocaster.
This song was featured on Echoes: The Best of Pink Floyd but was severely shortened in length to 2:02.
Mr Burns reveals his final regret.
From local Portland Oregon television station - Oregon Zoo baby elephant plays in the snow
The latest Star Trek trailer, just a bit more authentic. If only, if only...