Chris Botti (trumpet) "Lisa" Christopher Stephen Botti or Chris Botti [BOH-tee] (born October 12, 1962) is an American trumpeter and composer. Born in Portland, Oregon and raised in Corvallis, Oregon, he spent two years of his childhood growing up in Italy. His earliest musical influence was his mother, a classically trained pianist and part-time piano teacher. He plays a Martin Committee Handcraft trumpet made in 1940, and uses a 3 silver plated mouthpiece from Bach made in 1926, having recently retired his 1920 3C Bach mouthpiece. He counts Miles Davis among his most significant influences. Botti attended Mount Hood Community College in Gresham, Oregon where he studied under Larry McVey whose renowned jazz program had come to be a regular stop for Stan Kenton and Mel Tormé when they were looking for new players. It was here he played alongside his friend, trombonist and future Academy Award nominated filmmaker, Todd Field. After leaving Mount Hood, Botti studied under David Baker and Bill Adam at Indiana University.
Emo Philips - 1983 (part 1 of 2) The earliest Emo Philips ever commited to tape, Chicago 1983. For more Emo, please visit .
Sonic CD 510 (Earliest Sonic CD Prototype) Sad they didn't make the game like they originally intended it. Seemed like Quartz Quadrant Past was gonna be similar to Hidden Palace in a way. As you can see some levels are very basic (Quartz Quadrant) and some don't have enemies or bosses. Not all the sound effects are there either. Different FMV, Mecha Sonic now has electricity in Chaos Collision, different designs on Quartz Quadrant levels. There is a lot of things that are different if your interested run a search for Sonic CD Beta on Google. Flowers!! What Sonic has to do with flowers I have no idea, but every Round has a different one. I tried to get them all in the Video but this game wasn't finished yet.
young sachin tendulkar 1st interview ever intervied by tom alter
FFXII - Travel Guide - Part 15B - Earliest Cerobi Steppe No Spoilers. No Cutscenes. No Strategy. Pure Traveling. This is earliest point in the game that you can get to Cerobi Steppe. Once you reach Phon Coast, you can get there by Chocobo. You can reach Balfonheim as well and you can use the Gate Crystal to get back.
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Christmas unWrapped- The History of Christmas [1/5] People all over the world celebrate the birth of Christ on December 25th. But why is the Nativity marked by gift giving, and was He really born on that day? And just where did the Christmas tree come from? Take an enchanting tour through the history of this beloved holiday and trace the origins of its enduring traditions. Journey back to the earliest celebrations when the infant religion embraced pagan solstice festivals like the Roman Saturnalia and turned them into a commemoration of Jesus' birth. Learn how Prince Albert introduced the Christmas tree to the English-speaking world in 1841, and discover how British settlers in the New World transformed the patron saint of children into jolly old St. Nick. This documentary explores the origin of Christmas and how it came to be the way we know it today. The documentary also incites the thought as to how Christmas is on one hand a result of social, cultural, and political influences (hence somewhat obscuring the apparent purpose of the festival: Christ's Mass), and on the other hand a influence over people's lives (particularly consumerism).
The Making Of "SMS [SHINE]" Part One Part one of the making of the Lite Brite stop-motion music video for The David Crowder*Band's song "SMS [SHINE]". Watch "SMS [Shine]":
Final Fantasy XII- Tournesol earliest 140 atk greatsword. Best greatsword in the game. Earliest you can get this is straight after the events at Draklor Laboratory. If the text is too fast, pause it. I also threw in a vid of the Rafflesia boss for the heck of it. - Dustia trick: Yep, that method that perfect gamers use to reach a very high level right at the beginning of the game. For this trick, you need loooots of Phoenix Downs, and yeah... just alot Phoenix Downs lol. Switch the game speed to the slowest, and make your hp below 10% (eg. hitting yourself or something). Go to Dalmasca Westersand- Corridor of Sand, and stay near the zone line. Dustia should appear out of nowhere. Throw a Phoenix Down at it, instant kill. The tricky part is that you'll need to grab the loot and zone out BEFORE the LP and EXP shows. If done correctly, when you zone back to 'Corridor of Sand,' it should appear again. From here, repeat the process and chain it until you get what you need. Yeah, my explanation is pretty brief, but I deleted my vid of the Dustia method. **You need Canopic Jar for Dustia to drop High Arcanas. - High Arcana alternate method: You can steal one when battling any esper. You can sell the following loot to get one High Arcana: 10x Arcana (if you've got Canopic Jar all this time then you should have plenty), 1x Feystone (get one from any entite or elemental monster), 1x Soul of Thamasa (drop from Oversoul in Necrohol of Nabudis). - Finish the Marilith hunt and you'll get 1 Serpent's Eye. - You can also get ...
First Life with David Attenborough- Oldest Animals For more, visit The earliest animals, called protoanimals, are quite unfamiliar-looking compared to animals today, but paved the way for all animal life.
Thumbelina - Yer Beautiful, Baby Disclaimer:"Thumbelina" does NOT belong to me! Please support the awesome people who created this film and buy it on VHS or DVD.
Everything but the girl Each and every one From their earliest Album, Eden!!! I LOVE THIS SONG !!!
Genesis Piper Club Rome 18 April 1972 This is the earliest known footage of a live Genesis concert. The original TV report had the film all mixed up, so I've tried to put it in the right order, matched up with the audio from the concert.
My Chemical Romance - one of their earliest shows This is a video of MCR performing at the American Legion Hall in Cresskill (or maybe Dumont... i forget), NJ. This video was taken in early, early 2002 when Frankie Iero had just joined the band. I think it might be their 20th show. I found this video on a cd when I was cleaning up my room... My friend had taken the video when i was working with the band so that's why my name and (old) phone number is at the end.
Kodak 1922 Kodachrome Film Test A sample of some of the earliest color motion picture film you will see. Visit Kodak's A Thousand Words blog for a post about the video: 1000 Music: Killer Tracks CD entitled: KT223 (Inspire). First track used is called "Breath," the second is called "Kindle." This footage is from the George Eastman House collections. Preservation was completed by the museum's Motion Picture Department, a project of Sabrina Negri, a student in Eastman House's L. Jeffrey Selznick School of Film Preservation and a recipient of the Haghefilm Foundation Fellowship.
Monk needs help opening a book wow i dont reeally get this video anymore... oh well ;)
Earliest recording of the human voice! April 9, 1860 Au Claire de la Lune ~ Édouard Léon Scott de Martinville Originally recorded on a contraption known as the "Phonautograph"
Part 1 - The Day We Learned to Think - BBC Horizon Understanding of humans' earliest past often comes from studying fossils. They tell us much of what we know about the people who lived before us. There is one thing fossils cannot tell us; at what point did we stop living day-to-day and start to think symbolically, to represent ideas about our environment and how we could change it? At a dig in South Africa the discovery of a small piece of ochre pigment, 70000 years old, has raised some very interesting questions. "We see features that are almost identical to living humans" Prof Jeffrey Laitman, Mount Sinai School of Medicine Anatomically modern humans (Homo sapiens) emerged in Africa roughly 100000 years ago. We know from fossil evidence that Homo sapiens replaced other hominids around them and moved out of Africa into Asia and the Middle East, reaching Europe 40000 years ago. Prof Richard Klein believes art is a landmark in human evolution. Unquestionable art that's widespread and common suggests you're dealing with people just like us. No other animals, after all, are able to define a painting as anything other than a collection of colours and shapes. This ability is unique to humans. Other scientists agree. They believe art defines humans as behaviourally modern, and its beginning must coincide with the ability to speak and use language. If someone has the imagination to devise a shared way to describe their environment using art then it seems inconceivable that they could not possess language and speech. The search ...
Elton John - Border Song Earliest surviving performance video of Elton
Vampire Knight Fandub Episode 1 Part 1/3 "Yuki Cross recalls her earliest memories in which she is attacked by a vampire, and saved by the pureblood vampire Kaname Kuran. In the present, she attends the Cross Academy, a school founded by her adoptive father, Kaien Cross, and she works as a "guardian" with vampire hunter Zero Kiryuu to protect the human students of the "Day Class" from the vampires of the "Night Class", an arrangement created by Kaien to foster better relations between vampires and humans. That evening, Yuki discovers a pair of Night Class students, Hanabusa Aido and Akatsuki Kain, threatening to feed on a pair of Day Class students. Yuki attempts to stop them, and they retreat only after Zero arrives and threatens them with his anti-vampire gun, Bloody Rose." (Wikipedia) After so many months, musicvidnut96 managed to find a replacement for Hanabusa Aido for this episode only. The reason it took her awhile is because apparently there aren't a lot of good Aido's and it was difficult to find one. In any case, part two should be up either tomorrow or later tonight and part three will be up either tomorrow or Monday. The reason why this fandub will not continue is because only four people turned in their lines for episode two and, after musicvidnut96's original Aido dropped, another person dropped. She did replace them, but she only received four people's lines. In any case, since musicvidnut96 and myself collaborated on this project, I will be continuing it with her help. I have a casting video up ...
NBC's Earliest Report on AIDS 1982 Robert Bazell reports on a new form of "cancer" that seems to be only affecting homo***ual men. ⓒ NBC Nightly News 06/17/1982
Chelsea - Burnley Penalty shoot out, back in Burnley Unable to make the game, me and my dad listen to the shoot out which Burnley won. Great result. My dad's been watching the Clarets for over 50 years and I guess this is what it does to you!! Only two minutes before the shoot out he'd said "It doesn't matter what happens now we've done so well", yeah, judging by your reaction dad you really weren't bothered were you? Haha. He didn't know I was filming it as I was leant against the wall with it behind my head, only decided to turn the camera on when I realised I was just finding myself cracking up at his reactions! This video has so far seen my dad featured on various radio stations and on the front page of the local paper. In addition we both appeared on BBC North West Tonight and have done promotional work for Burnley FC. Fantastic! Up the Clarets! Please visit /exitstate
Earliest Zenyatta video on Youtube Zenyatta shows why she is one the the best thoroughbreds of all time. She toys with this field. Also make sure to watch Zenyatta come through the tunner before the race. I capture a close up shot of her that shows her power and energy. This is Zenyatta at her best winning the Clement L. Hirsch at Del Mar. What a special filly this future champion by the sire Street Cry is...narrated by Larry Zap..enjoy
George Harrison - Isn't It A Pity (earliest demo version)
Jealous - Nina One of my earliest work... very straight forward & nicely lensed by mister JA. Year Produced : 2002 Artist: Nina Record Company: Warner Music Philippines A Rocketsheep Production Director: Avid Liongoren Associate Directors: Luis Buenaventura & Manny Angeles Cinematographer: JA Tadena Make Up Artist: Butch Coo Styling: Anne Poblador Editor: Manny Angele
euronews science - Earliest known paintings under study in France The Chauvet cave in southern France is home to some of the earliest known man-made paintings, dating back some 32000 years. A team of scientists is studying the works in order to find out more about their history. Their work will help build a reconstruction site for visitors in years to come....
The Witmark Demos Trailer Revisit Bob Dylan's earliest days in New York City and the recording sessions that first made him famous on "The Witmark Demos: 1962-1964," the latest installment of The Bootleg Series.
Gamesmaster Shoshinkai Show Nintendo N64 Feature A Shoshinkai Show N64 feature taken from Gamesmaster (narrated by Dominik Diamond of course). Beta footage ahoy! (Excuse the poor audio in some places). Gamesmaster was a (UK) Channel 4 programme which ran throughout the 90's, and involved contestants pitting their gaming skills against the Gamesmaster. © Hewland International
Final Fantasy XII Perfect Game Part 1 - Dustia Leveling I decided to not do any storyline walkthrough, just redo the Perfect game stuff :D. My Perfect Game FAQ: Most of you already know this trick and all but some people are new to it and the game besides my FAQ needs it it must be redone. Enjoy
Huong Lan - Chi Co Mot Nguoi [PBN 10] (9 of 9) From one of the earliest Paris By Night compilations you will ever see. My favorite PBN, when it was really great. Great performances from legends in Viet music. Awesome and engaging interviews. This is a classic! This is the earliest PBN I have...when it was on VHS. Haha! Hopefully Thuy Nga (TNPBN) doesn't force me to take this down because this is the only way anyone can see this PBN10 since it's super old and isn't being sold anymore. Paris By Night 10 (1990) [Part 9 of 9] Huong Lan - Chi Co Mot Nguoi
King - Love & Pride King Love & Pride (c) (c) 1984 Sony Music Entertainment UK
FFVII - Midgar Zolom - Earliest/Lowest Level Beta Note: This is no longer the lowest level on which you can learn Beta. As seen in the video response, BrutalAl did it with an average level of 6,67. However, this is still the lowest level when you survive the attack, and it's by far the safest strategy. It's still adviced that you level Barret up to 12, though. Note 2: This strategy requires ATB to be Active and the highest Battle Speed. Ok, so you've seen me defeat him on the lowest level possible, but that's only possible because you avoid Beta. So, how about learning Beta on the lowest level possible? The lowest leveled character who can survive Beta at this point (before getting the Fire Ring in Costa del Sol) is a level 11 Barret equipped with a Talisman, Elemental=Fire in his armor and with Sadness status. In addition to Barret, Cloud is on level 8, which is the lowest possible for him at this point and I decided to bring my good old level 5 Tifa along too. Therefore, my average level for this battle is 8. So, how to do this? Just poison him and wait until he uses Beta? If you've seen my level 5 Tifa video, you know that doesn't work. Beta isn't an attack he uses randomly. He will only use it as a counter attack when his HP is under 1500 IF he already stood up and kicked a character out of the battle. Those are also counter attacks, used when his HP falls below 3000 and 2000, respectively. Poison is still the way to go, though, as it makes the battle easier and quicker. Give Poison and Sense to the character you ...
Structure of the Atom 1: The Earliest Models A video from the Senior physics Structure of the Atom series describing the earliest atom models. More vids-
Early Wu style Taijiquan (1937) Possibly the earliest Wu style Taijiquan video with Chu Minyi, disciple of Wu Jianquan, recorded in 1937 in Shanghai. The video shows the Wu style set, tuishou and even Chu's 'modern and scientific' approach including his 'stick' and 'ball' system. A piece of history
The Earliest Emo ('83) Ever! (Non-Beginning) Owned and Performed by Emo Philips. Original Clip from:
Stephen Schneider in 1979 To help support Climate Denial Crock of the Week Go to One of the earliest, strongest, and most consistent voices on Climate Change. Stephen Schneider sounded a strikingly prescient alarm in 1979. Schneider passed away, 7/19/10.
UNTV 37's Good Morning Kuya (Opening Song) UNTV 37's Earliest Morning Show @ 4:45am to 9:00am with Kuya Daniel Razon ... Good Morning Kuya (GMK)
Remington-Rand Presents the Univac UNIVAC is one of the earliest commercial computers and was easily the most famous computer of the 1950s. This film, produced between 1950 and 1952, shows how the UNIVAC computer was used in business, defense and by the census. The film shows several of the important portions of the UNIVAC system at work, including the high-speed printer, the UNISERVO tape drive, the UNITYPER, card readers and the mercury delay line tanks that served as main memory. The programming process is fully discussed and a business problem is demonstrated. These films served a promotional film as well as a way to demystify computers to the average person.
Bullitt - Steve McQueen Famous Car Chase */ To see the high quality version, add '&fmt=18' behind the url. Minus the quotations /* Bullitt is a 1968 thriller film starring Steve McQueen. It was distributed by Warner Bros. The director was Peter Yates. The story was adapted for the screen by Alan Trustman and Harry Kleiner, based on the novel titled Mute Witness (1963) by Robert L. Fish (aka Robert L. Pike). Lalo Schifrin wrote the original music score, a memorable mix of jazz, brass and percussion. The movie won the Academy Award for Best Film Editing (Frank P. Keller) and was nominated for Best Sound. Writers Trustman and Kleiner won a 1969 Edgar Award from the Mystery Writers of America for Best Motion Picture Screenplay. Bullitt is most-remembered for its central car chase scene through the streets of downtown San Francisco, one of the earliest and most influential car chase sequences in movie history. The scene had Bullitt in a dark "Highland Green" 1968 Ford Mustang GT390 Fastback, chasing two hit-men in a "Tuxedo Black" 1968 Dodge Charger R/T 440 Magnum. (In honor of the Mustang in the film, the Ford Motor Company produced a limited edition 2001 Ford Mustang GT "Bullitt Mustang," which took styling cues from the '68 movie car and even mimicked its exhaust note).