Glen Hansard/Marketa Irglova Falling Slowly on Letterman Performing "Falling Slowly" on David Letterman September 10th, 2007
Moonlight Serenade The Glen Miller Story
Marketa Irglova & Glen Hansard - If you want me Song from soundtrack of "Once" lyrics: Are you really here or am I dreaming I cant tell dreams from truth For its been so long since I have seen you I can hardly remember your face anymore When I get really lonely and the distance calls its only silence I think of you smiling with pride in your eyes a lover that sighs If you want me satisfy me If you want me satisfy me Are you really sure that you believe me When others say I lie I wonder if you could ever despise me You know I really try To be a better one to satisfy you for youre everything to me And I do what you ask me If you let me be free If you want me satisfy me If you want me satisfy me If you want me satisfy me If you want me satisfy me
LEWIS BLACK- "GLEN BECK HAS *** TOURETTES" LOL First it was Jon Stewart who did a brilliant job illustrating Glen Beck's lunacy . Now it is Lewis Black, from the Daily Show who does an even better job of illustrating Glen Beck's schizophrenic preoccupation with tying everything and anything to Hitler .
Glen Campbell in Concert-Still Within The Sound Of My Voice WICHITA LINEMAN GENTLE ON MY MIND DREAMS OF THE EVERYDAY HOUSEWIFE HIGHWAY MAN BY THE TIME I GET TO PHOENIX CLASSICAL GAS IT'S ONLY MAKE BELIEVE LITTLE GREEN APPLES SOUTHERN NIGHTS RHINESTONE COWBOY GLAVESTON SINCE I FELL FOR YOU MOON IS HARSH MISTRESS THE WILLIAM TELL OVERTURE TRUE GRIT STILL WITHIN THE SOUND OF MY VOICE AMAZING GRACE, THE END
Glen Campbell - Galveston Glen Campbell - Galveston (1969)
Glenngarry GlenRoss sales meeting one of the best scenes of ALL TIME
Glen Campbell - By The Time I Get To Phoenix "By the Time I Get to Phoenix" is an American pop song written by Jimmy Webb and made famous by Glen Campbell, whose version reached #3 on the US Pop charts in 1967. It was originally recorded by Johnny Rivers in 1965. Enjoy!
Everytime - Glen Hansard Glen Hansard Covering Britney's EVERYTIME For those of you who say Britney didn't write this, watch this before you judge how untalented she is:
Glen Hansard & Marketa Irglova "Falling Slowly" Glen Hansard (of The Frames) & Marketa Irglova perform "Falling Slowly" live in Chicago. " The song is featured in the film "Once." The film, starring Hansard and Irglova and directed by John Carney, won the World Cinema Audience Award for Dramatic Film at the 2007 Sundance Film Festival and is currently enjoying a successful worldwide release.
Markéta Irglová & Glen Hansard-Falling Slowly-lyrics
Glengarry Glen Ross - Al Pacino Rant Ricky Roma all but destroys Williamson after the latter screws up Roma's big sale. One of the two great scenes from Glengarry Glen Ross, and one of Pacino's best monologues.
Accepted: Glen's Best Moments Glen's best moments in the movie Accepted.
True Grit by Glen Campbell ParsonRobert @ recommends this wonderful song. A great song for a great movie. A story of how justice prevails in the untamed West. John Wayne is at his best, and his costars are wonderful as well. Glen Campbell & Kim Darby. The title song, "True Grit", hit # 35 on the Pop Charts, # 7 on the Country Charts, & #7 on the Adult Contemporary Chart.
Starbucks "Glen" Survivor Commercial The band Survivor parodies their song "Eye of the Tiger" while following a man named Glen on his way to work.
Glen Hansard welcomes us to FingerPrints with a little busking Glen Hansard played to us as we waited to go inside and see him play. The coolest thing I have ever seen a musician do.
Glen Morrison & Deadmau5 - Contact ...
Once OST - 05 - Lies Once Original Soundtrack Track: 01 - Falling Slowly By Glen Hasard and Marketa Irglova
Mintys Comedian Of The Month April 2007 - Glen Wool Here is the start of a new monthly series, introducing you to some of the lesser known comedy acts performing around the UK. We start this month with Glenn Wool, a Canadian comic. In this act, Glen discusses the finer points of religion. Introduction by Al Murray. This video is taken from the Paramount Comedy Channels "Edinburgh And Beyond" comedy series.
Glen Hansard "Leave" - Live at Stubb's BBQ Thursday, November the 15th, 2007 my best friend Rob and I drove from Dallas to Austin to see Glen Hansard play at Stubb's BBQ. I have seen a lot of shows in my time but I have to say this was the best musical experience I have ever had. This is Glen doing the song "Leave". He is incredible and if you dig this, support this amazing musician. Also check out his other band The Frames and see the movie he did with Marketa Irglova called "Once"
Glen Hansard and Marketa Irglova Live at Sundance! Glen Hansard and Marketa Irglova perform their Oscar Winning song "Falling Slowly" from the film "Once" live in a special outdoor acoustic performance at the 2007 Sundance Film Festival for HP.
Glen Hansard and Markéta Irglová - The Moon - The Ballad of Jack and Rose video for the movie the ballad of jack and rose using the song "the moon" by glen hansard and markéta irglová
Alec Baldwin - Best performance In Glengarry Glen Ross, Alec Baldwin plays the character Blake, almost earning Baldwin an Oscar for the role. The salestalk presented is one of the finest ever, allthough sarcastic, it contains the foundations of a well meditated salesmen.
Falling Slowly - Glen Hansard and Marketa Irglova (Once) I don't know you But I want you All the more for that Words fall through me And always fool me And I can't react And games that never amount To more than they're meant Will play themselves out Take this sinking boat and point it home We've still got time Raise your hopeful voice you have a choice You've made it now Falling slowly, eyes that know me And I can't go back Moods that take me and erase me And I'm painted black You have suffered enough And warred with yourself It's time that you won Take this sinking boat and point it home We've still got time Raise your hopeful voice you had a choice You've made it now Take this sinking boat and point it home We've still got time Raise your hopeful voice you had a choice You've made it now Falling slowly sing your melody I'll sing along
By the Time I get to Phoenix-Glen Campbell A very significant song for me. Enjoy. There is a rhythm to the ending of a marriage just like the rhythm of a courtship—only backward. You try to start again but get into blaming over and over. Finally you are both worn out, exhausted, hopeless. Then lawyers are called in to pick clean the corpses. The death has occurred much earlier. --Erica Jong, How to Save Your Own Life
Glen Campbell- Wichita Lineman (Live 2006) Glen Campbell Website Glen Travis Campbell is a Grammy Award, Dove Award winning, and two time nominated Golden Globe Award American country pop singer, guitarist and occasional actor. He is best known for a series of hits in the 1960s and 1970s, as well as for hosting a television variety show called The Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour on CBS television. Campbell's hits include "Gentle On My Mind", "By the Time I Get to Phoenix", "Wichita Lineman", "Southern Nights" and "Rhinestone Cowboy". Campbell made history by winning a Grammy in both country and pop categories in 1967: "Gentle On My Mind" snatched the country honors, and "By The Time I Get To Phoenix" won in pop. He owns trophies for Male Vocalist of the Year from both the CMA and the ACM, and took the CMA's top honor as Entertainer of the Year. During his 50 years in show business, Campbell has released more than 70 albums. He has sold 45 million records and racked up 12 RIAA Gold albums, 4 Platinum albums and 1 Double-Platinum album. Of his 75 trips up the charts, 27 landed in the Top 10. Campbell was hand-picked by actor John Wayne to play alongside him in the 1969 film True Grit, which gave Campbell a Golden Globe nomination for Most Promising Newcomer, and gave Wayne his only Academy Award. Campbell sang and had a hit with the title song (by the same name) which was nominated for an Academy Award. He performed it live at that year's Academy Awards Show. In 2005, Campbell was inducted into ...
Simon Xmas Busk Dublin feat Bono, Glen Hansard, Damien Rice, Mundy and more Dublin Simon Community Christmas Busk 2009 featuring Bono, Damien Rice, Declan O'Rourke, Glen Hansard, Liam Ó Maonlaí, Mundy, Vyvienne Long and more busking on Dublin's Grafton St on Christmas Eve. This clip features 'One' and 'Knocking On Heaven's Door'. More to follow. Dublin Simon Community works to prevent and address homelessness in Dublin. Make a donation at short.ie Thanks a million to Molly O'Dwyer for camera and Kate O'Dwyer for sounds.
Ed Wood: Glen Or Glenda? (1953) Part 1 Of 7 Ed Wood's first "major" film. IT IS TERRIBLE it's one of those movies that are so bad that they are good. It has a bizarre story, bad acting, and strange dialogue. The movie does not have the same outrageousness such as Plan 9 From Outer Space (1959) but still is hilarious. The first part of the film begins with a narrator named The Scientist (Bela Lugosi) making cryptic comments about humanity. The film proper opens with Inspector Warren finding the corpse of a male transvestite named Patrick/Patricia, who has committed suicide. Wanting to know more about cross-dressing, Warren seeks out Dr. Alton, who narrates for him the story of Glen/Glenda. However, at several points Alton appears to address the viewer rather than Inspector Warren, and the unclear role of the Scientist as narrator makes things even more confusing. Glen is shown studying women's clothes in a shop window. Dr. Alton points out that men's clothes are dull and restrictive, whereas women can adorn themselves with attractive clothing. He also makes some more bizarre statements, such as that baldness is caused by hats. Glen reads about *** change operations in a newspaper, then meets with Barbara, his girlfriend, who asks if Glen's secret problem is another women. The film then cuts to the (in)famous shot of the Scientist shouting "Pull the string!" as bison stampede onscreen. It is not clear what this is meant to mean; perhaps that Glen should act as puppeteer, controlling his own life instead of letting ...
Glen Johnson vs Allan Green Full coverage of the Glen Johnson vs Allan Green fight
"Falling Slowly" winning Best Original Song Oscar® Glen Hansard and Marketa Irglova accepting the Oscar® for Best Original Song for "Falling Slowly" from the film "Once" - the 80th Annual Academy Awards®.
Leadership - Glengarry Glen Ross Glengarry Glen Ross - Alec Baldwin speech
Glen Campbell - Wichita Lineman I'm not a big Glen Campbell fan but I've always liked this song. Performed live on the Smothers Brothers show.
ONCE: Falling Slowly Video clips from ONCE set to the song "Falling Slowly."
Glen Keane on Ollie Johnston
Glenn Mederios - nothing gonna change my love for you a vid i couldn't find on this site so uploaded it.
Glen Hansard & Marketa Irglova - Falling Slowly Glen Hansard & Marketa Irglova - Falling Slowly 2007-08-04 Amoeba Records, San Francisco, CA, USA
Glen Keane at CalArts - the Beast Glen gave a presentation on Friday which was really inspirational. Sorry about the quality and handheldedness. I was sitting pretty far back and had to zoom in for these shots. I've uploaded another video from this same presentation on YouTube here: . I've also put up a few notes on my blog including some notes from Paul Driessen's presentation at UCLA on my blog:
Glen Hansard - Leave to those with the broken hearts
Glen Velez Frame Drum A tribute to the great Glen Velez. Here he is playing a Remo frame drum. Fantastic stuff!
Glen "Big Baby" Davis Knocked Out - Celtics Magic Game 5 Glen "Big Baby" Davis gets knocked out by a Dwight Howard elbow in game 5 between Boston & Orlando. Baby shows heart and tries to run to get back to the action even though he can't walk straight, has no legs and probably doesn't even know what his name is due to a fresh concussion. Magic win 113-92.
Rhinestone Cowboy (Official Video) - Glen Campbell (Official video) The original promo video for Rhinestone Cowboy by Glen Campbell.
Glen Campbell - Wichita Lineman Glen Campbell - Wichita Lineman (1968)