PIONEERS OF TELEVISION | Cavett Meets Carson | PBS In this Web-only clip Dick Cavett recalls seeing a local magician at a musty church basement in rural Nebraska. The traveling illusionist took a liking to Cavett, and offered words of encouragement. The magician's name: Johnny Carson. It was just the first of many occasions when these two pioneers would cross paths. To see more on Dick Cavett tune in to PIONEERS OF TELEVISION premiering on Wednesday, January 2 at 8 -- 9 PT EST and airing every Wednesday until January 23 on PBS (check local listings). To learn more about PIONEERS OF TELEVISION go to
Members of "The Sons of the Pioneers" A Salute to the Members of the Greatest. "The Sons of the Pioneers" Music Classics: Tumbling Tumble Weeds, Cool Water, Way Out There, Timber, The Searchers.
Bloc Party - The Pioneers [LYRICS] If it can be broke then it can be fixed, if it can be fused then it can be split It's all under control If it can be lost then it can be won, if it can be touched then it can be turned All you need is time We promised the world we'd tame it, what were we hoping for? A sense of purpose and a sense of skill, a sense of function but a disregard We will not be the first, we won't You said you were going to conquer new frontiers, Go stick your bloody head in the jaws of the beast We promised the world, we'd tame it, what were we hoping for? Breath in, breath out So here we are reinventing the wheel I'm shaking hands with a hurricane It's a colour that I can't describe, It's a language I can't understand Ambition, tearing out the heart of you Carving lines into you Dripping down the sides of you We will not be the last.
African Jazz Pioneers-Way Back Fifties South African Jazz
Long Shot Kick de Bucket - The Pioneers 'Long Shot Kick de Bucket' by The Pioneers Written by The Pioneers Sydney Crooks George Agard Jackie Robinson Produced by Leslie Kong ♪♫ What a weepin' and wailin' down a' Caymanas park What a weepin' and wailin' down a' Caymanas park Long Shot - him kick de bucket Long Shot kick de bucket It happ'n, it happ'n in the first race and them cold up the place It happ'n, it happ'n in the first race and them cold up the place and Long Shot - him kick de bucket Long Shot kick de bucket Them wail, them wail, them reel but them couldn't take the trail Them wail, them wail, them reel but them couldn't take the trail and Long Shot - him kick de bucket Long Shot kick de bucket It was Steel Blade, Combat, Carousel Long Shot on the rail It was Steel Blade, Combat, Carousel Long Shot on the rail Combat fell, Long Shot fell all we money gone a hell all we money gone a hell and Long Shot - him kick de bucket Long Shot kick de bucket... ♪♫ ~ [Many thanks to the copyright owners UMG for allowing this to be heard on YouTube] ~ ☺
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Golden Age Pioneers - Amy Johnson Amy Johnson was born July 1, 1903, in Hull Yorkshire and lived there until she went to Sheffield University in 1923 to read for a BA. After graduating, she moved on to work as a secretary to a London solicitor where she also became interested in flying. Amy began to learn to fly at the London Aeroplane Club in the winter of 1928-29 and her hobby soon became an all-consuming determination, not simply to make a career in aviation, but to succeed in some project which would demonstrate to the world that women could be as competent as men in a hitherto male dominated field. Her first important achievement, after flying solo, was to qualify as the first British-trained woman ground engineer. For awhile she was the only woman GE in the world. Early in 1930, she chose her objective: to fly solo to Australia and to beat Bert Hinkler's record of 16 days. At first, her efforts to raise financial support failed, but eventually Lord Wakefield agreed his oil company should help. Amy's father and Wakefield shared the 600 pound purchase price of a used DH Gypsy Moth (G-AAAH) and it was named Jason after the family business trademark. Amy set off alone in a single engine Gypsy Moth from Croydon on May 5, 1930, and landed in Darwin on May 24, an epic flight of 11000 miles. She was the first woman to fly alone to Australia. In July 1931, she set an England to Japan record in a Puss Moth with Jack Humphreys. In July 1932, she set a record from England to Capetown, solo, in a Puss Moth. In ...
Pioneers of Television | Betty White forgets her lines on live TV | PBS Betty White on how she and co-star Del Moore both forgot their lines on live TV in the early 1950s. Betty's sitcom "Life With Elizabeth" actually pre-dates "I Love Lucy." Betty returns to live TV, nearly 60 years later on Saturday Night Live--May 8, 2010. (This clip is from the archives of PBS "Pioneers of Television," which returns to PBS with four new episodes in early 2011.)
JAPAN - Sons of Pioneers Comments containing swear words or aggression of any kind will be deleted. Spectacular bass sound! Set list: Intro (Burning bridges) Sons of Pioneers GTP Swing Cantonese Boy Visions of China Canton Still life in mobile homes Methods of Dance The art of parties
The Pioneers - 'Jackpot' - 1968 45rpm The Pioneers - Jackpot
BoF Fashion Pioneers | Behind-the-Scenes at Net-a-Porter with Natalie Massenet Natalie Massenet, Founder and Executive Chairman of Net-a-Porter, takes The Business of Fashion's Imran Amed for a behind-the-scenes tour of the company's 21st Century headquarters in London.
The Promised Land? - Pioneers - 5 May 08 - Part 2 A three-part series examining the origins, violent creation, and modern-day reality of the state of Israel, told through the stories of individual Israelis. In Epsiode 1 Al Jazeera examines how and why Jews returned to Palestine after 2000 years of exile, and how the political Zionism first articulated in 1896 became reality with such speed.
The Promised Land? - Pioneers - 5 May 08 - Part1 A three-part series examining the origins, violent creation, and modern-day reality of the state of Israel, told through the stories of individual Israelis. In Epsiode 1 Al Jazeera examines how and why Jews returned to Palestine after 2000 years of exile, and how the political Zionism first articulated in 1896 became reality with such speed.
Pioneers of electric powered model aircraft short essay on electric powered models
EcoVillage Pioneers (movie trailer) Exploring wonderful and beautiful environmental places to live. Inexpensive ecohome made from oak, cobwood and recycled window walls, straw-insulated turf roof, with solar power for electricity, compost toilet and reed beds for grey water.
Bloc Party - The Pioneers (M83 Remix) Bloc Party rocks!! Listen to the music and i will get some more views and upload the next song. Artist: Bloc Party Album: Silent Alarm Year: 2005 Members: Kele Okereke, Russell Lissack, Gordon Moakes, Matt Tong From the latest album from Bloc Party: Silent Alarm Remixed If you want the song, without paying money or something, so click here: Help Assasin301Media by subscribe him, so we can know him like before from his old Youtube account: assasin301 Here is the link to his Youtube account. He will be very happy if you help him: Become a member of me and my friends sites: CheeseFrezzeTeam: www.cheesefrezze.tk For hacks and awesome good links My site: Yeah, i know my site suck, but i put some files as there are the best to your videos. Information about the video: Edit with: Windows Movie Maker Request by: Nobody Created by: NoobScreamer Keep looking for more songs, gameplays, and computer test. Remember rate, comment and subscribe
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Sons of the Pioneers "Tumbling Tumble Weeds" Sons of the Pioneers singing "Tumbling Tumble Weeds"
Computer Pioneers - Pioneer Computers Part 2 [Recorded: 1996] Part 2 of 2 The First Computers, 1946 - 1950 Computer pioneer Gordon Bell hosts this two-part program on the evolution of electronic computing from its pre-World War II origins through the development of the first commercial computers. His narration traces the development of the stored program computer architecture which remains the foundation of todays modern computers. In Part 1 The builders of the first five computer machines: the Bell Labs Model 1, the Zuse Z1-3, the Atanasoff-Berry Computer, the Harvard Mark 1 and the IBM SSEC tell their stories. In Part 2 Vintage films and first hand accounts enliven the stories of the ENIAC and the three lines of computing machines descended from it: the Eckert-Mauchly EDVAC, BINAC and UNIVAC; Maurice Wilkes EDSAC; and John Von Neumanns IAS machines and their clones, the ILLIAC, MANIAC, etc.
Computer Pioneers - Pioneer Computers Part 1 [Recorded: 1996] Part 1 of 2 The Dawn of Electronic Computing 1935 1945 Computer pioneer Gordon Bell hosts this two-part program on the evolution of electronic computing from its pre-World War II origins through the development of the first commercial computers. His narration traces the development of the stored program computer architecture which remains the foundation of todays modern computers. In Part 1 The builders of the first five computer machines: the Bell Labs Model 1, the Zuse Z1-3, the Atanasoff-Berry Computer, the Harvard Mark 1 and the IBM SSEC tell their stories.
Pioneers Of Love - Walhalla (Official Video) Now on iTunes! Please enjoy this music video by new 8ball Music signing Pioneers Of Love. Video directed by Stephanie Pistel. DOP: Jonathan Weyland. Editor: Kim Hinrichs. Postproductie: Postoffice . Thank you for buying legal music.
PIONEERS OF TELEVISION | Phyllis Diller's TV Debut | PBS Listen to Phyllis Diller comment on her first-ever television appearance on You Bet Your Life, with Groucho Marx. To see more on Phyllis Diller tune in to PIONEERS OF TELEVISION premiering on Wednesday, January 2 at 8 -- 9 PT EST and airing every Wednesday until January 23 on PBS (check local listings). To learn more about PIONEERS OF TELEVISION go to
hang gliding pioneers An interview with Francis Rogallo, John Dickenson, and Bill Moyes in 1988. Filmed at the Sydney Hang Gliding Centre, .au Slightly trimmed to fit in the 10 minute limit.
Pioneers! O Pioneers! Pioneers! O Pioneers! By Walt Whitman Vocals By Will Geer This is the FULL VERSION of the poem that was used in the Levi Go Forth commercial I added the backing music to spice it up a bit (thanks garage band) YOU CAN FIND THE VOCALS PORTION OF THIS (and other Whitman poems) ON ITUNES I DO NOT OWN THE VOCALS HOWEVER to take it down for copyright violation would be to down a little piece of America.... Whitman....America...think about itttt
Ontario its Pioneers The Pioneers of Ontario when they settled Canada as seen through the eyes of the Native Peoples of Canada Shot on location Westfield Heritage Village Rocton Ontario Canada
Golden Age Pioneers: Juan de le Cierva Juan de la Cierva (21 September 1895 -- 9 December 1936) born in Murcia, Spain to a wealthy family, was a Spanish civil engineer and pilot. His most famous accomplishment was the invention in 1919 of the Autogiro, a type of aircraft that later came to be called an autogyro. Juan de la Cierva started building aircraft as early as 1912, and in 1919 he started to consider the use of windmills or rotors as a means of sustaining lift at low speed, and possibly eliminating the risk of stalling altogether. Ironically, he was later killed in an airline accident attributed to a stall. Before this could be satisfactorily achieved, Cierva experienced several failures primarily associated with the unbalanced rolling movement generated when attempting take-off, due to asymmetry of lift between the advancing and retreating blades. This major difficulty was resolved by the introduction of the flapping hinge. In 1923, Cierva's first successful "Autogyro" was flown in Spain by Lt Gomez Spencer. In 1925 he brought his C.6 to England and demonstrated it to the Air Ministry at Farnborough. This machine had a four bladed rotor with flapping hinges but relied upon conventional aircraft controls for pitch, roll and yaw. It was based upon an Avro 504K fuselage, initial rotation of the rotor was achieved by the manual tension of a rope passed around stops on the undersides of the blades. The Farnborough demonstration was a great success, and resulted in an invitation to continue the work in the ...
Popin Pete Pioneers Breakin Convention 2008 Popin Pete dancing
The Pioneers-Papa Was a Rolling Stone 1973.
78s - Sons Of The Pioneers - Cool Water "Cool Water" is a song written in 1936 by Bob Nolan. It is about a man and his mule, Dan, and a mirage in the desert. In 1944, the Sons of the Pioneers moved to RCA Victor, signed up by the head of company's country music division, Steve Sholes (who was also later responsible for bringing Elvis Presley to the label). They would be associated with RCA longer than to any other label, 24 years broken by a brief one-year stint elsewhere. The change in labels resulted in the first major alteration in the Pioneers' sound since their founding. Previously, they'd been a self-contained outfit, providing virtually all of the sounds, vocal and instrumental, needed on their records. RCA, however, saw fit to provide the group's music with additional backup in the form of fuller instrumentation, including small-scale orchestration. At first, it worked reasonably well, as the Pioneers re-recorded several of their standards (including "Cool Water" and "Tumbling Tumbleweeds") with new arrangements that proved popular, and many fans regard their mid-'40s versions of their classic songs as the best of the many renditions that they recorded. They also recorded more gospel material as well as many pop-oriented and novelty songs. The Pioneers also provided backup for other performers throughout their time at RCA, including Rogers and Dale Evans, and Vaughn Monroe.
The Pioneers - Feeling High The Pioneers - Best Songs (Vintage Roots) 70s - Feeling High so high i wanna touch the sky..
The Living History School's Pioneer Log Cabin Tour Tour of a replicated pioneer log cabin in Oregon. This is a replica that a friend and I built in the Willamette Valley. Small one room cabins like this one were constructed by Oregon Trail pioneers in the 1840-1850's.
CES 08: Pioneer's Project KURO: Extreme Contrast Concept At CES, Pioneer Electronics unveiled concepts for future display technologies under the code name "Project KURO." Pioneer engineers previewed future Project KURO concepts showing extreme contrast and advanced design that will further the idea that plasma is the best high-definition television technology and that the future is black and thin. This video showcases the Extreme Contrast concept and features an interview with Russ Johnston, executive vice president of marketing and product planning for the Home Entertainment and Business Solutions Group. Filmed at the International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas from 1/6-1/10.
Pioneers Violin Soviet cartoon about WWII
Golden Age Pioneers - Nicolas Florine Russian born engineer Nicolas Florine built one of the first successful tandem rotor helicopters. The rotors turned in the same direction but were tilted in opposite directions to cancel torque reaction. Boulet (1984) describes the various mechanical aspects of the machine. Florine's first aircraft was destroyed in 1930, but he had a second design flying successfully by 1933, which made a flight of over 9 minutes to an altitude of 15-feet. This exceeded d'Ascanio's modest flight duration record of the time. Yet, Florine's designs suffered many setbacks, and work was discontinued into the pre-World War 2 years. His machines were ultimately destroyed during the war.
Levi's - OPioneers! (Go Forth) Commercial Levi's OPioneers! commercial from their new GO FORTH campaign. Directed by M Blash for Wieden+Kennedy, Portland using poem by Walt Whitman. See other commercial and print ads by Ryan McGinley (see above link) .
From Autumn To Ashes - "Pioneers" [Official Video] Official music video for Pioneers, taken from Holding A Wolf By The Ears - available now! Purchase on iTunes: bit.ly Purchase on Amazon: amzn.to Connect with From Autumn To Ashes
EPMD - Pioneers Out Of Business
At the Jazz Band Ball - Bix Beiderbecke and His Gang, 1927 68000 views! WOW! This is proof that even today, Bix's unique style has many thousands of fans. Thanks for viewing! Here is my first video, At the Jazz Band Ball by Bix Beiderbecke. Composed by LaRocca originally, Bix adds his touch of uniqueness to this rendition. In many ways, Bix Beiderbecke symbolised the Jazz Age. Truly wonderful music, with a truly tragic underside of rotgut and drunkeness. BIX BEIDERBECKE AND HIS GANG: Bix Beiderbecke, c / Bill Rank, tb / Don Murray, cl / Adrian Rollini, bsx / Frank Signorelli, p / Chauncey Morehouse, d. New York, October 5, 1927. EDIT: I have finally got my hands on just about any song Bix played on, so if you want it putting up, just ask! (So far, it appears only his Wolverines stuff is blocked) :)
Sons Of The Pioneers - Cool Clear Water - Vintage 78rpm Gramophone B side to Drifting along in the Tumbling Tumbleweed, but a nice classic in its own right, just for you to enjoy.
Bloc Party - Pioneers Promo video for Bloc Party's 'The Pioneers'