Duke Ellington: Take The "A" Train
Duke Nukem Forever Reveal Trailer He's back! Hail to the king baby! Duke Nukem is shipping May 3, 2011 in North America and May 6, 2011 Internationally. Visit for more info! ESRB Rated M for Mature: Blood and Gore, Intense Violence, Mature Humor, Nudity, Strong Language, Strong ***ual Content, Use of Drugs and Alcohol
Duke & Kuvah - Vaseline (Dubstep Remix) Duke & Kuvah, a hip hop comedy act, have approached me with this remix of their latest single Vaseline which will be available to download from their myspace next week. Right now they have 20 subscribers, let's try and get that up a bit, so if you like their music, subscribe! In the mean time, check out their YouTube channel for the rest of their videos.
Living with First-Person Shooter Disease Duke Nukem's disease is a scary one, Gene brings you the story of the life of a First Person Shooter.
Duke Ellington & John Coltrane - In a sentimental mood Classical tune 'In a sentimental mood' performed by outstanding Duke Ellington and John Coltrane (1962)
Ventrilo Harassment - Duke Nukem Style Incredibly funny harassment involving some idiots on Ventrilo and a Duke Nukem Imposter. This video can be downloaded here: - ALL credit goes to Videocompilertest.
Duke Special - Our Love Goes Deeper Than This Neil Hannon joins Duke Special on the single Our Love Goes Deeper Than This video. Romeo Stodart (The Magic Numbers) provides backing vocals.
Duke Warrior Highlights of 2008-09 Second Team All-ACC selection Kyle Singler
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Ron Paul Questions Fed Governor Elizabeth Duke at Financial Services Hearing 7/16/09 www.house.gov Congressman Ron Paul questions Federal Reserve Governor Elizabeth Duke at the House Financial Services Subcommittee on Domestic Monetary Policy and Technology hearing on July 16, 2009 entitled, "Regulatory Restructuring Safeguarding Consumer Protection and the Role of the Federal Reserve."
Stevie Wonder - Sir Duke 1976 - Songs in the Key of Life Raymond Pounds - Drums Nathan Watts - Bass Mike Sembello - Lead Guitar Ben Bridges - Rhythm Guitar Hank Redd - Alto Saxophone Raymond Maldonado - Trumpet Trevor Laurence - Tenor Saxophone Steve Madaio - Trumpet All Other Instruments Stevie Wonder
Duke Ellington - Satin Doll The Duke Ellington Orchestra playing Satin Doll
Duke Nukem Jam This is my rendition on guitar of the Duke Nukem theme song (Grabbag). I used influences from the Megadeth version, the original, and my own twists to come up with the final composition. All tracks, including the backing were played by me. Hope you all like it :) Mp3's and other cool stuff is available on my website at . Check it out!
Duke Nukem Forever Video Preview IGN gives a hands on video preview for the infamous Duke Nukem Forever. See how the game actually plays and whether it's worth the wait. IGN's YouTube is just a taste of our content. Get more: Want this week's top videos? Sign up
Interactive Achievement Awards 2011 - Duke Nukem Forever Intro [HD] This is the intro that was showed on the Interactive Achievement Awards 2011. This was officialy aired on G4TV.
Kyle Gets Buckets Kyle Singler can score the basketball from virtually anywhere in and around Cameron.
Lee Ritenour, George Duke, Marcus Miller & Vinnie Colaiuta - It's On from the contemporary jazz episode of ramsey lewis legends of jazz
Duke Nukem Forever Gameplay DNF Theme Song MP3 - DNF for PC - DNF for 360 - DNF for PS3 -
[ENGLISH Subbed] Duke Venomania's Madness www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm11519178 Music: Akuno-P (AKA. Mothy) Art: Suzunosuke Subs from here: I made some very minor alterations in the subs. Sin Series: Rin - Pride - Daugher of Evil Meiko - Gluttony - Evil Food Eater Conchita Luka - Envy - The Tailoring Shop on Enbizaka Gakupo - Lust - Duke Venomania's Madness Kaito - Greed - Judgement of Corruption Miku - Sloth - Unknown Gumi - Wrath - Unknown
Duke Nukem Plays Battlefield Bad Company 2 by C1INTBEASTWOOD Duke Nukem Plays Battlefield Bad Company 2 by C1INTBEASTWOOD The title says it all! Rate, Comment, Share and Enjoy! Producer's Channel: Producer's Twitter: PIXEL ENEMY PRESENTS Subscribe to Pixel Enemy: Like Pixel Enemy on Facebook: Follow Pixel Enemy on Twitter: Visit Pixel Enemy on the web:
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Duke Ellington - C Jam Blues (1942) A 1942 recording of C Jam Blues beformed by Duke Ellington and a collection of other Jazz giants in a famous recording called "Jam Session". Other artist included Barney Bigard, Sonny Greer, Ray Nance, Joe 'Tricky Sam' Nanton, Rex Stewart, and Ben Webster. Use this link to open my Jazz Giants library playlist. EUdGs6FKg=
West Virginia vs. Duke Highlights Duke, the only number one seed to reach the Final Four, will take on Butler in the Championship after the Blue Devils downed West Virginia. Watch the highlights here!
Modern Warfare 3 Info & Duke Nukem Forever! - IGN Daily Fix, 1.21 Modern Warfare 3 reveals info, Duke Nukem Forever gets a release date, and Star Wars Blu-ray is on its way! All on the IGN Daily Fix! IGN's YouTube is just a taste of our content. Get more: Want this week's top videos? Sign up
Stevie Wonder- Sir Duke (Video) Album version of the song. A video made for Stevie Wonder's great song "Sir Duke." This video celebrates African-American musicians/legends from the 1940s to the present day. I am "The RnBFan." This is my second account. Stevie Wonder- Sir Duke (Video) Artists/Vids in order: Cab Calloway and the Nicholas Brothers, The Temptations, Cab Calloway and the Nicholas Brothers, Fats Domino, Billie Holiday and Louis Armstrong, Nat King Cole, Little Richard, The Temptations, Chubby Checker, Louis Armstrong, The Supremes, The Jackson Five, Aretha Franklin, Thelonious Monk, Jimi Hendrix, Duke Ellington, BB King, Bob Marley, Gladys Knight & The Pips, Marvin Gaye, Ray Charles, Stevie Wonder, Ella Fitzgerald, Whitney Houston, Micheal Jackson, Run DMC, Tina Turner, Grandmaster Flash, Public Enemy, Boyz 2 Men, TLC, SWV, Jodeci, Prince, Lauryn Hill, Tupac, Biggie, Mary J. Blige, Usher, Alicia Keys, Janet Jackson, Beyonce, Mariah Carey, Jay-Z, Muddy Waters, James Brown, Gerald Levert, Aaliyah, and Duke Ellington
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Duke Ellington - It don't mean a thing (1943) Duke Ellington and his orchestra playing this awesome tune in 1943. "It Don't Mean a Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing)" is a 1931 composition by Duke Ellington with lyrics by Irving Mills, now accepted as a jazz standard. The music was written and arranged by Ellington in August 1931 during intermissions at Chicago's Lincoln Tavern and was first recorded by Ellington and his orchestra for Brunswick Records (Br 6265) on February 2, 1932. Ivie Anderson sang the vocal and trombonist Joe Nanton and alto saxophonist Johnny Hodges played the instrumental solos. The title was based on the oft stated credo of Ellington's former trumpeter Bubber Miley, who was dying of tuberculosis. The song became famous, Ellington wrote, "as the expression of a sentiment which prevailed among jazz musicians at the time." Probably the first song to use the phrase "swing" in the title, it introduced the term into everyday language and presaged the Swing Era by three years. The Ellington band played the song continuously over the years and recorded it numerous times, most often with trumpeter Ray Nance as vocalist.
This is Duke. A Piech Productions Film. Directed and Produced by Dan Piech. Motion Graphics: Dan Piech, Lydia Yao.
Duke Nukem 3D Episode 1 Level 1 A video showcasing the classic game Duke Nukem 3D with the High Resolution Pack (which can be downloaded at this address: hrp.duke4.net HRP is still in the beta-stage, so there are still characters and plenty of textures that need to be remade. This video are showing a big part of the opening level of Episode 1, with the HRP plenty of the world-textures have been replaced with a much more higher-resolution texture as well as all of the weapons/key cards and also the characters have gone from sprites to completely 3D, including Duke Nukem himself.
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Duke Nukem Fan Movie ( The Duke: Fate of Humanity ) The Duke - Fate of Humanity is a nod towards the toughest bad-ass of all time. A few minute short about the beginning of an Alien invasion and some heroic, yet questionable motives... Done by Duke Nukem fans for Duke Nukem fans as homage to his legacy and as appreciation towards Gearbox for bringing him back! Click to tweet!: Join us on Facebook!: Special thanks to Mauri for chipping in as the voice of Duke at the end! He had tons of hilarious material but at the end we had to go with the classic phrase :) Shot in one day with the Red One Camera.
Clark Duke Talks About Hot Tub Time Machine and Partying Jimmy Kimmel Live - The second part of Jimmy's interview with Clark Duke
Duke Of Earl - Darts A classic from Darts, Duke of Earl produced by Roy Wood, stormed up to no 6 in the UK charts in the summer of 1979. This performance was first broadcast on 2nd August 1979
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The Rappin Duke - Dah-Haa (John Wayne Rap) The Duke. I never expected that so many people would remember the song. ---- DISCLAIMER! ---- Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair...
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"This is Why Duke Sucks" by Peter "PMD" Rosenberg Peter Rosenberg lets the world know why Duke is and should be so hated--because they're pure evil (a parody of "This is Why I'm Hot" by MIMS) .... Directed by Michael Wolcott Created by Peter Rosenberg
Duke Nukem Forever Live Demo [HD] Live demo of Duke Nukem Forever at the Firstlook gaming convention in Amsterdam. I have 0 video recording and editing skills, so don't complain about them. Long live the Duke! This is the 720p version, my first upload was not (gotta learn sometime).
John Wayne: The Cowboys; The Duke Kicks Butt. Pt. 1 of 2 My favorite scene from the Cowboys (1972). John Wayne knocks the crap out of the miserable wretch played by Bruce Dern. This is one of the movies that John Wayne dies in. The other ones are; Reap the Wild Wind (1942) The Fighting Seabees (1944) Wake of the Red Witch (1949) The Sands of Iwo Jima (1949) The Alamo (1960) The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (1962) The Shootist (1976) After two years working as a prop man at the Fox Film Corporation for $75 a week, his first starring role was in the 1930 movie The Big Trail. The first western epic sound motion picture established his screen credentials, although it was a commercial failure. Before this film, Wayne had only been given on-screen credit once (in Words and Music), as "Duke Morrison". The director Raoul Walsh, who "discovered" Wayne, suggested giving him the stage name "Anthony Wayne", after Revolutionary War general "Mad Anthony" Wayne. Fox Studios chief Winfield Sheehan rejected "Anthony Wayne" as sounding "too Italian." Walsh then suggested "John Wayne." Sheehan agreed and the name was set. Wayne himself was not even present for the discussion. His pay was raised to $105 a week. Wayne continued making westerns, most notably at Monogram Pictures, and serials for Mascot Pictures Corporation, including The Three Musketeers (1933), a French Foreign Legion tale with no resemblance to the novel which inspired its title. Coincidentally, he also appeared in some of the Three Mesquiteers westerns whose title was a play on ...
The Final Minute of the National Title Game Relive the final minute of the 2010 NCAA national title game, where Butler had a chance to win with a buzzer beater.