Staple it together Jack Johnson My interpretation of a Jack song
Fatal Staples Center Collapse Brings Merciful Early End To Clippers Game People are breathing a sigh of relief today for the long-suffering spectators' sudden deaths, and for the total elimination of the Clippers' roster off the face of the earth.
Jack Johnson - Staple It Together live at The Greek DVD
The Staple Singers ~ Let's Do It Again Classic jam...
The Staple Singers - A Hard Rain's Gonna Fall from Use What You Got (Stax, 1973)
Staple Singers - Let's Do It Again
Down In Mississippi - Mavis Staples 2007 Philadelphia Folk Festival
The Staple Singers-People Get Ready As good as they come..The Staples doing Mayfield
STAPLES Center "Sports-ageddon" Conversion - LA KINGS to LAKERS to CLIPPERS STAPLES Center conversion video time-lapse taken during the arena's 6 Playoff Games in 4 Days, May 17th - May 20th, 2012. Follow us on Twitter: Like us on Facebook:
I'll Take You There - The Staple Singers (1972) I'll Take You There" is a number-one single written by Alvertis Isbell, produced by Al Bell and performed by soul/gospel family band The Staple Singers, released on Stax Records in February of 1972. The song spent a total of fif*** weeks on the Billboard charts and reached number one on the Hot 100. Bolstered by a "feel-good" vibe, "I'll Take You There" peaked at number-one on the Billboard R&B Singles chart for four weeks in May of 1972. In June, "I'll Take You There" reached the top of the Billboard Hot 100 for one week. The song, ranked #276 on the Rolling Stone magazine list of the 500 Greatest Songs of All Time and inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 1999, remains the most successful and recognizable single of the Staples' half-century-long career. The Staple Singers were an American gospel, soul, and R&B singing group. Roebuck "Pops" Staples (1914-2000), the patriarch of the family, formed the group with his children Cleotha (b. 1934), Pervis (b. 1935), Yvonne (b. 1936), and Mavis (b. 1939). Thischannel is dedicated to all the great 'old school' R&B music I grew up with, the stuff that originally made me tap my feet and want to be a DJ. Funk, soul, disco, R&B, dance, hip-hop, pop . . . 60s, 70s, 80s . . . whatever you call it, it's all 'Old School' and it's all here! See my videos featuring the Roots of Rap at: /DJBuddyLoveRapRoots If you like relaxing with some classic Cool Jazz, go to: /DJBuddyLoveCoolJazz To explore the world ...
The Staple Singers Respect Yourself Live Filmed Performance 1972
IF YOU'RE READY / THE STAPLE SINGERS If You're Ready (Come Go With Me ) - The Staple Singers from album "BE WHAT YOU ARE" in 1973
How-To Staple Gun with John Rattray - Trick-a-Day Learn a new trick each and every day from top pros. You'll get step-by-step instructions on how to master every trick in skateboarding! Tune in seven days a week to learn something new. Today John Rattray shows you how to do a Staple Gun Subscribe to Ride: instagram @ridechannel Music Song- Funky Little Gizmo
Staple Singers - Reach Out, Touch A Hand, Make A Friend Montreux Jazz Festival 1981 with Mavis Staples soloist and Michael Logan on keyboards
STAPLES Center Team - "Call Me Maybe" Cover STAPLES Center was Sports-ageddon May 17th - May 20th, 2012, with 6 Playoff Games in 4 Days, but the amazing staff pulled off all the transitions and still made this video to Carly Rae Jepsen's "Call Me Maybe," showing that their fun side was still intact. Some other faces you might recognize: Craig Sager - TNT Beto Duran, Dave Joseph - ESPN Vic "The Brick" Jacobs - AM 570 LA Clippers Cheerleaders LA Kings Ice Crew STAPLES Center does not own the rights to this music, but has been given permission to use it in this video. STAPLES Center on Twitter: STAPLES Center on Facebook: fb.me
The Staple Singers-- I'll Take You There Staple Singer's classic track with photos of "there", from The Treme in New Orleans, to Soul Train, to Watts, to Chicago, Africa and the Moon!
I STAPLED MY NAIL!!! Music by Florrie (Call 911 (Florrie Remix): ------------------------- Where else to find me: Website/Blog: Twitter Facebook Page: My Art Channel: Deviant Art Account: Google+ : -------------- What I used: -False nails (any will do) -Sculpting tool (**): -Sleek Red Lipstick (*): -Nail Glue (any will do) -Staple: (Any will do) Disclaimer: Items marked with a (*) were either given to me at events or sent to me to review. I am not paid to use any of the products mentioned, if I use it it's because I like it :) Anything marked with a (**) is an affiliate link. This means that if some purchases a product through this link I get a percentage of the sale. It dose not cost you more to purchase through this link and the companies that I am affiliated with are companies who's products I really like and use often :)
Josh Ritter - "Wolves" (Live at the Paradiso in Amsterdam) Josh Ritter and band performing "Wolves" (from their album "The Animal Years") at the Paradiso in Amsterdam on May 31, 2006. Provided by the fine folks at . See the ENTIRE concert at: /joshritter. Video is also available for download/saving at the Josh Ritter Fansite, /joshritter.html
Lady Gaga 25th birthday celebrated at Staples Center - Los Angeles 3/28/2011 Happy Birthday All the monsters at the MB in Staples center sings Happy Birthday after she performed Born this Way as the encore and last song. Seated in section 118 row 6, Shot with a Panasonic Lumix FZ45..
A bite of China English subtitles 舌尖上的中國EP2 The Story of Staple food A bite of China is a series of food documentary produced by CCTV. Total of 7 episodes. It tells the histories and stories behind Chinese cuisine: The meaning and the symbol each represents;The relation between the nature and the people; The creation of unique foods and traditional recipes. The food culture that every Chinese is proud of. Get to know Chinese life philosophy and the respect they have for the nature and food. This is the video you can't miss. **This is a self studying project, the English translation is not for commercial purpose.** **I do not own the copyrights and contents of the video.** For those whom want a copy of the subtitles, here's the link (inbox me if it doesn't work) : -The reason I translated it into English ,is because I would like those people, who are into Chinese food and culture, would be able to enjoy the video, too. It isn't perfect yet should be good enough to understand the contents. Cheers :)
STAPLE SINGERS ----LETS DO IT AGAIN. The Staple Singers were an American gospel, soul, and R&B singing group. Roebuck "Pops" Staples (1914-2000), the patriarch of the family, formed the group with his children Cleotha (b. 1934), Pervis (b. 1935), Yvonne (b. 1936), and Mavis (b. 1939). They are best known for their 1970s hits "I'll Take You There", "Respect Yourself", and "Let's Do It Again". The family began appearing in Chicago-area churches in 1948, and signed their first professional contract in 1952. During their early career they recorded in an acoustic gospel-folk style with various labels: United Records, Vee-Jay Records, Checker Records, Riverside Records, and then Epic Records in 1965. While the family surname is "Staples", the group used the singular form for its name, resulting in the group's name being "The Staple Singers". It was on Epic that the Staple Singers began moving into mainstream pop markets, with "Why (Am I Treated So Bad)" and "For What It's Worth" (Stephen Stills) in 1967. In 1968, the Staple Singers signed to Stax Records and released two albums with Steve Cropper and Booker T & the MG's — Soul Folk in Action and We'll Get Over. By 1970, Al Bell had become producer, and with Engineer Terry Manning, the family began recording at the famed Muscle Shoals Sound Studio, and Memphis' Ardent Studios, moving in a more funk and soul direction. The first Stax hit was "Heavy Makes You Happy (Sha-Na-Boom Boom)". Their 1971 recording of "Respect Yourself", written by Luther Ingram and Mack Rice ...
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Pops Staples - Down In Mississippi Roebuck "Pops" Staples (December 28, 1914 December 19, 2000) was a Mississippi-born Gospel and R&B musician. A "pivotal figure in gospel in the 1960s and 70s," he was an accomplished songwriter, guitarist and singer. He was the patriarch and member of singing group The Staple Singers, which included his son Pervis and daughters Mavis, Yvonne, and Cleotha. Roebuck Staples was born on a cotton plantation near Winona, Mississippi, the youngest of 14 children. When growing up he heard, and began to play with, local blues guitarists such as Charlie Patton, who lived on the nearby Dockery Plantation, Robert Johnson, and Son House. He dropped out of school after the eighth grade, and sang with a gospel group before marrying and moving to Chicago in 1935. There he sang with the Trumpet Jubilees while working in the stockyards, in construction work, and later in a steel mill. In 1948 he formed The Staple Singers to sing as a gospel group in local churches, with him singing and playing guitar behind his children. They first recorded in the early 1950s for United and then the larger Vee-Jay Records, with songs including "This May Be the Last Time" (later covered by The Rolling Stones) and "Uncloudy Day". In the 1960s the Staples Singers moved to Riverside Records and later Stax Records, and began recording protest, inspirational and contemporary music, reflecting the civil rights and anti-war movements of the time. They gained a large new audience with the 1972 US # 1 ...
My Staple Products For *** Natural Hair Add me on FACEBOOK: Products can be purchased at Target, Walmart, CVS, Rite-Aide, Sally's Beauty Supply Store, , etc.. *NOTE* Instead of purchasing a deep conditioner, I've decided to start using a homemade deep conditioner. I'm thinking of mixing honey, olive oil, and a rinse out conditioner together to serve as my deep conditioner & leave it on my hair overnight to see how my hair turns out. I just wanted to change things up a bit. If I am still using this combination after a few months, then I will do a video showing my new method of deep conditioning. ***Disclaimer/Disclosure: I'm not a rep for any of the products/companies listed/used/mentioned in my videos; or any of it's affiliates! I'm not paid by any companies to do this video. All products were purchased by me for my own use.
Custom Homemade Shotgun Shells (Dimes, Staples, Glass, Screws, Concrete, Chain, Salt) We cut open some shotgun shells and fill them with random things around the house to see how much damage they do.
The Weight-The Band & The Staples.MPG From The Last Waltz
Staple Singers -- Gospel Songs from Their First LP Album 1959 Vee-Jay Records released the Staple Singers' first long-play album, titled 'Uncloudy Day', in 1959; the disc, number 5000, was additionally the first in the Vee-Jay Spiritual Series. The songs for this video I selected from the album; they are 1) On My Way To Heaven; 2) Going Away; 3) I'm Leaning; 4) I Know I Got Religion. The visuals are also from the album-- a portion of the cover art, and a photograph of Roebuck Staples with his children. However, the liner notes suggest that the son, Pervis, had left the group to go into the army, being replaced by his sister Yvonne. The other members of the family group are given as Cleotha, then age 25, the oldest child; Mavis, 19; and Cynthia, 7. The songs were arranged by Roebuck Staples, who accompanies on the guitar, bringing a fresh, distinctive, heartfelt sound to gospel.
Jack Johnson Staple It Together Staple it Together from In Between Dreams Jack Johnson and Brushfire Records It's really too bad He became a prisoner of his own past He stabbed the moment in the back with the round thumbtack That held up the list of things he got to do It's really no good He's moving on before he understood He shot the future in the foot with every step he took From the places that he's been because he forgot to look He better staple it together and call it bad weather Staple it together and call it bad weather (X3) (mmHmm) Well I guess you could say That he don't even know where to begin Because he looked both ways but he was so afraid Digging deep into the ditch every chance he missed And the mess he made Because hate is such a strong word And every brick he laid a mistake they say That his walls are getting taller, and his world is getting smaller He better staple it together and call it bad weather Staple it together and call it bad weather (X3) (mmHmm) It's really too bad He became a prisoner of his own past He stabbed the moment in the back with the round thumbtack That held up the list of things he got to do It's really no good He's moving on before he understood He shot the future in the foot with every step he took From the places that hes been cause he forgot to look He better staple it together and call it bad weather Staple it together and call it bad weather (X3) If the weather gets better we should get together Spend a little time or we could do whatever And if we get ...
How To Staple This is a detailed guide on new moves of stapling and how they should be done... enjoy :)
I Staple Tapeworms on my String Quartet.Btch Feel the blood gushing from your fingers! Arranged by: Seadog Driftwood Original song ("I Staple Tapeworms on My Penis") by: Passenger of *** Epic face: Egoraptor
Staple Singers - Why Am I Treated So Bad Montreux Jazz Festival 1981 with Roebuck Staples on solo and Michael Logan on keyboards
Respect Yourself - Staple Singers track 12 from The Soul of the Black Panther Era Vol 2 full album playlist :
Audiosurf: Passenger of *** - Staple Tape Worms On My Penis I expect many comments like "WHAT THE ***" or "unsubscribed" because of this video...well yeah, the song's genre is "crapcore", crapcore is pretty much extremely brutal crap, they mainly consist of overdriven drum loops, samples from computer games, low frequency feedback noise, the lyrics are mostly only swears, distorted screams or short idiotic phrases, I upload it as (excuse of not uploading any videos lately) request for few people and because I can...
Masters Of War-Staple Singers Great song Featured in the Resistance 3 teaser. I found it through one of my fathers CDs i did not download it.
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THE STAPLE SINGERS -"Freedom Highway" (1965) (formerly, "NINA SIMONE- Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood") Wrestling for the soul of America. I grew up in the South and Midwest during the civil rights years and their aftermath. It challenged everything about my world and changed my perception of life. Not a single day passes where the lessons learned are not effecting my perceptions, my outlook, or my aspirations. What is right now comes from their paths, what is wrong is from where any of us have lost the way. It's on each of us to make it better for each other. Selflessness brings us into the better angels of our nature. This is my psalm of love to my heroes, the bravest of the brave. The PBS series, EYES ON THE PRIZE, has become available again. To me, it is the single greatest and most relevent thing ever shown on television. Check it out and be heartened by the bittersweet struggle for the very soul of America. Peace. See also: GLORIA JONES- "TAINTED LOVE" (1964) JENNY & THE RASCALS- "YOU TOLD ME A LIE" (1965) MARGO GURYAN- "LOVE" (1968) NINA SIMONE -"REVOLUTION" (1969) THE SHE TRINITY -"CLIMB THAT TREE" (1970) ROTARY CONNECTION-"I AM THE BLACK GOLD OF THE SUN" (1971) SWEET LINDA DIVINE -"I'LL SAY IT AGAIN" (1970) BIRTHA -"FREE SPIRIT" (1972) (All rights reserved by the copyright owners. Fan-made nonprofit video solely to promote the artists and the history.) tym stevens
Mavis Staples + Jeff Tweedy - "Only The Lord Knows" Distributed by WMG Mavis Staples and Jeff Tweedy perform "Only The Lord Knows" from Mavis' new album 'You Are Not Alone,' in stores now! Get it on iTunes: bit.ly Anti Records Official Website: Anti Records Online Store: Anti Records Facebook: Anti Records Twitter: Anti Records Blog: Anti Records Tumblr:
The Staple Singers - I'll Take You There (1972) There are certain songs that were so universally popular that they define moments in our lives. Well the Staple Singers' "I'll Take You There" definitely qualifies as one of those songs. Written by Alvertis Isbell, produced by Al Bell this song was the number one song nationally by June of 1972 and it hasn't stopped playing somewhere since! There sound has never been duplicated and I don't believe it ever will. Here's just a small taste of a classic. Here they are: Pops, Mavis, Cleotha and Yvonne hailing from Chicago by way of Mississippi! The Staple Singers!
The Staple Singers "When Will We Be Paid", 1971 The Staple Singers perform "When Will We Be Paid", taken from the movie "Soul To Soul", 1971.
Staple- Dictatorship vs Democracy (Official Music Video) staples video for dictatorship vs democracy.. an amazing song one of thier best
Respect Yourself-The Staples Singers ....and OTHERS!
The Staple Singers - I'll Take You There [Full Length Version]