"Tear Stained Eye" - performed by the Carpetbaggers The Carpetbaggers do "Tear Stained Eye" at the Bad Genie Rock Club in downtown Milwaukee with special guest Leroy "Smiley" Deuster on Pedal Steel Guitar on Friday, April 16, 2010
"Whiskey In My Whiskey" covered by the Carpetbaggers The Carpetbaggers cover the Felice Brothers "Whiskey In My Whiskey" at the Bad Genie Rock Lounge in downtown Milwaukee.
Art Fern Sells The House of Carpet Baggers Another classic Art Fern as he and Carol Wayne try to sell more odd products.
The Carpetbaggers 1 In Concert Quick unedited excerpt of Matt Tyner and the Carpetbaggers on the birthday of Ms. Janet Peshek.
Carpetbaggers (with Elvis Costello) - Jenny Lewis - Bonnaroo 6/13/2009
The Carpetbagger's Children Director's Interview Music titled "Genesis" is by artist Bert Jerred. "The Carpetbagger's Children" by Horton Foote directed by Mark Ramont January 21- February 13, 2011 In a series of charming, humorous and poignant vignettes, Horton Foote's "The Carpetbagger's Children" weaves a captivating tapestry of family secrets, small-town lives and private tragedies. At the center of the play are sisters Cornelia, Grace Anne and Sissie, daughters of a Union soldier who moved south after the war. The sisters' bonds are challenged as they seek to preserve the family's Texas plantation in an era of startling growth and change. Director of Theatre Programming Mark Ramont ("The Rivalry") directs this powerful and thoughtful exploration of one family's life in the Post-Reconstruction South. Washington favorites Nancy Robinette, Kimberly Schraf and Holly Twyford star in the Ford's Theatre premiere of a play by one of the nation's most prolific writers for stage and screen. The New York Times called Horton Foote "a major American dramatist whose epic body of work recalls Chekhov in its quotidian comedy and heartbreak, and Faulkner in its ability to make his own corner of America stand for the whole."
JENNY & JOHNNY 10/31/10: Carpetbaggers Jenny and Johnny is Jenny Lewis and Johnathan Rice. Performing "Carpetbaggers" in the Parish Room at The House Of Blues in New Orleans, LA on Halloween night 2010. The band all dressed as Jenny for Halloween.
Jimmy Smith - Main Title From The Carpetbaggers Jimmy Smith meets Lalo Schifrin in 1964 . . . bliss! From the Verve album The Cat. And British viewers will recognise it from somewhere else as well (",)
Jenny Lewis - Carpetbaggers Jenny Lewis plays Carpetbaggers from her new Album Acid Tongue. Live at Freebird in Jacksonville.
"Carpetbaggers" by Harlem Shakes Harlem Shakes @ the Earl, March 5, 2009. Supported by Tokyo Police Club and Ruby Coast. Recorded by Nikki M.
Jenny Lewis - Carpetbaggers - ACL 9/26/08 Jenny Lewis live at Austin City Limits
Carpet Bagger (Jenny Lewis Cover) carpet bagger jenny lewis
Casanova Frankenstein - Carpetbaggers Casanova Frankenstein at Borders in Provo, UT 8/23/10 Andy Sherwin - Guitar/Vocals Wayne Sandholtz - Bass/Vocals Layton Shumway - Keys/Vocals Trevor Goss - Percussion Jed Blodgett - Drums
Liverpool FC Owners Gillett and Hicks I have held my season ticket at Anfield for 25 years and I am concerned about the state of my club! I dont think Mr Hicks and Mr Gillett are bad people I just think they don't understand the passion people have for their football team. I am hoping they are realising this is not the best way to make money. I certainly don't hate them,but I think they and Liverpool FC would be better off apart.
jenny lewis johnathan rice carpet bagger key arena seattle 12/9/06
Carpetbaggers - Jenny Lewis feat. Elvis Costello
Jenny Lewis at Coachella 2009: Carpetbaggers Jenny Lewis performs Carpetbaggers at the Coachella Music Festival in Indio California on Saturday April 18, 2009.
Colorado and Company featuring The Carpetbagger Project Phil recently returned from a trip promoting his documentary film "The Carpetbagger Project - Secret Heroes". This is a segment from the Denver morning show "Colorado and Company" from Sept. 2010.
Carpetbaggers @ the Turf Club St. Paul MN The greatest band in all the land live and Sinnin
The Carpetbaggers - "Let Yourself Go" (Songs Reigning Sound Taught Us) #1 Songs Reigning Sound Taught Us - #1 The Carpetbaggers - "Let Yourself Go"
The Carpetbagging Yankees During Reconstruction, people from the North — some with bad intentions and some with good intentions — headed to the New South, where they were called "carpetbaggers."
Jenny Lewis Carpetbaggers Cover By The August List The August List covering the great Jenny Lewis song 'Carpetbaggers'. Check out more from The August List at /theaugustlist
Carpetbaggers Antique Mall Fire Carpetbaggers Antique Mall caught fire on 9/2/09. James Michael Shell started the fire, telling police that , "it was dark and wanted to see better." He's been charged with one felony count of arson. Shell is being held in the Southern Regional Jail. More than fifty firefighters from 7 departments in Fayette and Raleigh Counties responded to the blaze. - filmed by NeonChristopher
Harlem Shakes- Carpetbaggers (live @ Bowery Ballroom) Harlem Shakes perform the song "Carpetbaggers" from their album "Burning Birthdays" at the Bowery Ballroom in NYC on 12/13/07. These guys know how to rile up an audience with their impossibly catchy retro sound-- everyone was singing along.
Elmer Bernstein ~ The Carpetbaggers Elmer Bernstein - The Carpetbaggers (OST) Title Track. Composed, Arranged And Conducted By Elmer Bernstein
"Dead Flowers" - performed by the Carpetbaggers The Carpetbaggers perform the Stones' "Dead Flowers" at the Bad Genie Rock Club in downtown Milwaukee, featuring special guest Leroy Deuster on the Pedal Steel Guitar on April 16, 2010
Jimmy Smith The Carpetbaggers theme tune
Harlem Shakes - Carpetbaggers
Carpetbaggers: Jenny Lewis, Elvis Costello Carpetbaggers (Jenny Lewis-Written by Johnathan Rice) Performed by Jenny Lewis (Vocal) and Elvis Costello (Guitar/Vocal) Johnathan Rice (Guitar/Vocal), Farmer Dave (Pedal Steel), Davey Faragher (Bass) Zooey Deschanel (Vocal), Pete Thomas (Drums), Tennessee Thomas (Drums) on Elvis Costello's Spectacle
The Cooters "Carpetbaggers" live in Mississippi Recorded live in Oxford, Mississippi at the infamous Longshot Bar. Eight different cameras were used and the audio was multi-tracked. "Carpetbaggers" is from The Cooters 2004 album, "Punk Metal" on Profane Existence Records. Buy online at or http or buy digital downloads at Lyrics: Carpetbaggers You come to our town We'll lock you in a barn And burn the ***er down! Carpetbaggers, carpetbaggers Carpetbaggers What you gonna do When we kick you in the nuts And tar and feather you?! Carpetbaggers, carpetbaggers We don't care about Kennedys We don't want to watch MTV John Grisham don't give a damn *** Oxford American We won't work in factories *** economic slavery We won't eat at Mickey D's We won't slave to your American greed!
Jenny Lewis and Johnathan Rice - Carpetbaggers (Acoustic) Live at Steve Paul's Puppet Music Hall
Jenny Lewis - Carpetbaggers Jenny Lewis performing Carpetbaggers live at the Epiphany Theater in Chicago on Sept 19, 2008.
The Harlem Shakes- Carpetbaggers I don't know how acoustic this performance is, but it's hella entertaining. The Harlem Shakes are one of those bands where the term collective actually applies. This was one of three songs they played for us from their debut EP titled Burning Birthdays.
PuppetMusicHall: Jenny Lewis, Johnathan Rice - Carpetbaggers Jenny Lewis (of Rilo Kiley and Jenny Lewis with The Watson Twins) and Johnathan Rice sing their song 'Carpetbaggers' with Edgar. Enjoy the full video in episode 2 of Puppet Music Hall on
Jenny Lewis - Carpetbaggers live at astro hall in harajuku, tokyo, japan on 8/10/09
The Carpetbaggers (w/John Lodge) - Blues Stay Away Blues Stay Away From Me by the Carpetbaggers is one of John Lodge's earliest recordings (before joining the Moody Blues). This is a video experiment from my first day of learning to use Windows XP movie maker. Please join my new board:
Jenny Lewis- Carpet Baggers show in seattle
THE CARPETBAGGERS (Trailer) Here's the trailer for THE CARPETBAGGERS (1964). The film is such an outrageous mix of Hollywood melodrama, pop psychology and salacious sleaze that it's fun in a gruesome sort of way. It's an adaptation of a novel by Harold Robbins, which is one of the best-selling novels of all time, and the movie also was a huge hit (even though it's much less explicit ;-)). The characters are based on famous movie people of the '30s (eg Howard Hughes, Jean Harlow, Tom Mix and Joan Crawford). What I like best about the movie (and the trailer) is the main title theme by Elmer Bernstein. This was Alan Ladd's last film. As a fan of his, I find his later movies very painful to watch, due to his tragically premature demise. Still, his performance in this one is pretty good. It makes one think that he could have become a competent character actor, rather than a slowly fading leading man, if depression and alcohol hadn't ruined him. There's a bit of dialogue in this film that I find very poignant: Ladd: I just try to act out people's dreams. Baker: Do you like it? Ladd: Yes I do. It's fun. AL had a knack for making even the most clichéd lines sound credible and cool, but I never believed him less than when he says "It's fun." Sadly, it seems that his success never satisfied him as much as it did his audience. No copyright abuse intended, but if the owners mind, the video will be deleted, of course.
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Bonnaroo 2009 Jenny Lewis w. Elvis Costello "Carpetbaggers" Jenny Lewis and Elvis Costello rock out to "Carpetbaggers" off of Jenny's Acid Tongue Album
Jenny Lewis Carpetbaggers--engagement Jenny Lewis and Jonathan Rice at Austin City Limits 9/26/08. "Carpetbaggers"--Halfway through William proposes and the video goes haywire