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Brand new vlog crazy show: https://youtu.be/9kDbJm1VhSI
Woody Allen - Songs from Woody Allen's Films From “Blue Jasmine” to “Stardust Memories”, from “Midnight in Paris” to “Hannah and her sisters”, from “Radio Days” to “Mighty Aphrodite”, from “Annie Hall” to “Bullets over Broadway”, Woody Allen has always used jazz in his films. The music underlines the storyline and merges beautifully with each scene. Some of the greatest names in jazz and many of the greatest big bands have featured in his creations: Tommy Dorsey, Billie Holiday, Harry James, Django Reinhardt, Glenn Miller, Bix Beiderbecke, Ben Webster, Sidney Bechet, Louis Armstrong, Chick Webb, Lester Young, Erroll Garner, Artie Shaw, King Oliver, Red Garland, Jelly Roll Morton, and many more … Upload the album here : https://play.google.com/store/music/album/Artistes_multiples_Songs_...
Lily Allen's brand new track "Hard Out Here" is available to download on iTunes now here: http://smarturl.it/HardOutHere?IQid=vevoyt Watch the video here: http://smarturl.it/HardOutHereVideo?IQid=vevoyt Also out now is "Somewhere Only We Know" as featured in the TV Advert here! http://smarturl.it/lilysowk?IQid=vevoyt Follow Lily online: http://www.lilyallenmusic.com https://twitter.com/LilyAllen https://www.facebook.com/lilyallen http://instagram.com/lilyallen http://lilyallenmusic.tumblr.com https://plus.google.com/+lilyallen
In the last show of the season, the success of the competing show "Stop the Music" is mocked. The denizens of Allen's Alley discuss their upcoming vacations. In a sketch, Fred goes to visit his nemesis, Jack Benny. otrcomedy.blogspot.com
Hope you guys like this track - it's a remake of the instrumental ”Spectre” that I released a few years ago. Some of you might recognize it as it’s been part of my live shows lately. It’s a song that I specifically want to dedicate to my core fans, who’ve been following me since the start. Excited to hear what you think, leave your comment in the section below! WOW! 20 million streams in just two weeks! Thank you so much, guys! This song is a gift for all of my fans, and is free to use for everyone. Share your best video contribution with the song and leave a link in the comment section below. Who knows, maybe I’ll share some of my favorites! I'm looking forward to watch all your videos. Listen to ”The Spectre” on Spotify: http://spoti.fi/2xIFwSk Listen to ”The Spectre” on iTunes: http:...
Veranstaltet in Kooperation mit dem Verband Privater Rundfunk und Telemedien (VPRT). Video killed the radio Star? Eher nicht. Radio ist nicht nur UKW. Radio ist Audio-Experience. Und das Hören wird immer beliebter. Neue Techniken schaffen neue Möglichkeiten. Und es gibt gute Gründe, gerade digital auf Audio zu setzen. Was können Radios von neuen Playern lernen? Was können sie besser? Was geht zusammen noch besser? Impulsvorträge mit anschließender Diskussion: Roger Hofmann: Bereit für das Radio der Zukunft: Was kann der radioplayer? Daniel Zoll: Broadcasting im Wandel der Zeit, one-to-one statt one-to-many Speaker Roger Hofmann, Leiter Digital, HIT RADIO FFH Daniel Zoll, Redaktionsleiter, JAM FM Moderation Sebastian Artymiak, Leiter Medientechnologie, Verband Privater Rundfunk ...
Lily Allen live at Radio 1's Big Weekend 2014. PLaylist: 01. 00:26 - Sheezus 02. 05:24 - Hard Out Here 03. 09:00 - Everyone's At It 04. 12:55 - Smile 05. 16:58 - Air Balloon 06. 21:53 - Littlest Things 07. 24:57 - URL Badman 08. 28:17 - Our Time 09. 33:52 - The Fear 10. 36:50 - Somewhere Only We Know 11. 38:55 - Not Fair
Program: The Burns and Allen Show Guest: Frank Sinatra Date: 08-31-1943 Sponsor: Lever Brothers Network: CBS Note: This old time radio show is in the public domain* and from my personal collection and can be used for historical, educational, and entertainment purposes. *We have checked with the Library of Congress regarding the status of old time radio recordings made prior to 1978 and that all such recordings are generally in the public domain, as sound recordings were not allowed under the previous copyright law and such recordings have not been granted copyright status under the new laws.
The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show. January 10, 1938. NBC net. Sponsored by: Grape-Nuts. The cast does Gracie's new murder mystery, "Slay It With Music," or, "Love Begins At Eight Dollars and Forty cents." Gracie sings, "Bei Mir Bist Du Schoen." Tony Martin sings, "When The Mighty Organ Played O Promise Me." The program is also known as, "The Grape-Nuts Flakes Program."
This episode is from the last season before George Burns changed the format of the series to a sitcom. As such, it has a lot of variety show banter and music, and is very enjoyable. Most of the jokes revolve around George's visit to an art gallery with actress Cobina Wright. Also, Gracie sings "Accidentally on Purpose". She didn't sing much, if at all, after the format change, so this would have been one of her final songs on the show.
It's George and Gracie's 15th wedding anniversary, and Gracie suspects George's eye is starting to wander. In real life, they were married in 1926 and didn't play a married couple on radio until the early '40s. You do the math.
The raising of chickens for wartime food is discussed in Allen's Alley.
George and Gracie go to see an Alan Ladd movie, and Gracie is smitten. When this makes George jealous, Ladd shows up in person. George makes a reference during the movie to Vox Pop, which was a popular radio show with man-in-the-street interviews and quizzes. The title comes from the latin phrase "vox populi". Mel Blanc's downcast mailman makes another appearance; the character was a takeoff on Bill Thompson's Wallace Whimple character from Fibber McGee and Molly. This episode starts with a wartime plea from Gracie to conserve paper. Even toward the end of the war, there was a strong focus on conservation and the homefront war effort