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  • Air - Bach

    Air - Bach

    By: Bradley
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    Air on the G String is August Wilhelmj's arrangement of the second movement in Johann Sebastian Bach's Orchestral Suite No. 3 in D major, BWV 1068. This movement was: 1. used in UK adverts for Hamlet Cigars, played usually on piano. 2. Part of Air on the G String's melody was incorporated into Procol Harum's celebrated 1967 Worldwide hit, A Whiter Shade of Pale. 3. A nearly full rendition of this piece was featured during the late-night library scene in the movie Se7en, when Morgan Freeman's character Detective Somerset was allowed into the library by the night watch crew who played this music while playing poker.
  • The Solar System

    The Solar System

    By: AhnafMustakin
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    The kids are sometime more attracted to beautifully created animations especially when it all talks about outer space. A video in YouTube had made it best in explaining the nature and the properties of the sun. A perfect animation which can be used as instructional material for kids specially those on lower grade. It has featured such us: look alike Hi-tech interface, which let you fell as if you are in a spaceship traveling to the sun. The audio too is so good and very clear English language that explains the video in detailed. You may watch it on YouTube, search for Solar System for Kids by “MagicboxEngElS”
  • Cool Jobs that gives opportunities to drive exotic cars
    By: Forumposting
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    There are cool jobs that require people to try and drive exotic vehicles. Jobs like writing for car magazines making vehicle reviews, authoring or hosting a lifestyle segment for TV or magazines. These jobs require that you experience what is featured for public viewing. If you are lucky to be having this kind of job you are most likely to have an opportunity to drive a Ferrari. Working as Valet parking cars for guests in hotels and expensive restaurants is also another way whereby you can have an opportunity to drive a Ferrari. It may just be for parking vehicles of guests but the bottom line is you get to experience driving luxury vehicles for free, and at the end of the day you get paid.
  • Little Xylophone Learning Game for Kids
    By: AhnafMustakin
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    This video is a “little xylophone” learning game for toddlers that was developed by kidsGoflash.com. The video is a demonstration of the game on how to play the songs that are featured in the game. As it was specifically designed for toddlers and little children, the video demonstration actually helps the development of the child’s motor and audio-visual abilities. At first the video gives an overview tone of the seven distinct notes of the major scale; slowly teaching the child on how to play a certain song that is fit for his or her age. The songs that was featured in the how-to play demonstration were “Tinkle Twinkle Little stars”, “Do Re Mi”, “London Bridge is Falling Down”, “Mary had a Little Lamb” , and “Row, Row, Row Your Boat”.
  • Lionel Messi – His Legend and its Flipside!
    By: Forumposting
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    You see him playing in the fields! But did you know that he used be the Poster Boy? Don’t get us wrong! He never worked to paste posters. This blue-eyed chap has become one of the major marketing tools on earth. Messi is featured on the covers of some of the most admired video games. Do you know about the games like Pro Evolution Soccer 2009? What about Pro Evolution Soccer 2011? He has done a lot for upholding promotional campaigns of games.
  • Paul Gilbert and his double necked guitar
    By: Forumposting
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    Paul Gilbert has been one of the greatest names in the history of guitarists. He has not only contributed greatly to music with his efficient solos but also has innovated some great designs of Guitars. One of the greatest creations from Paul Gilbert is his famous double necked Guitar. Although that guitar has not been featured in this heart touching solo from the player, still this guitar has gained massive popularity and has brought the man great fame and recognition. This solo from Paul Gilbert is from a live performance, and this goes on to show the capability of one of the greatest guitarists of all time to play equally well in a studio or live.
  • People still love David Gilmour
    By: Forumposting
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    Pink Floyd as a band was lost after the never ending quarrels haunted the band for almost all of its life span. Starting from the very beginning, with Syd Barrett being erratic in nature and being irregular in performances, the reason why David Gilmour was chosen in the band in the first case, to the fight between David Gilmour and Roger Waters, which also featured the two other members of the group, Richard Wright and Nick Mason that finally resulted in the band breaking up. Still, in the reunion performance of the band of the song “wish you were here” proves that David Gilmour is still popular.
  • People still love David Gilmour
    By: Forumposting
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    Pink Floyd as a band was lost after the never ending quarrels haunted the band for almost all of its life span. Starting from the very beginning, with Syd Barrett being erratic in nature and being irregular in performances, the reason why David Gilmour was chosen in the band in the first case, to the fight between David Gilmour and Roger Waters, which also featured the two other members of the group, Richard Wright and Nick Mason that finally resulted in the band breaking up. Still, in the reunion performance of the band of the song “wish you were here” proves that David Gilmour is still popular.
  • A Subaru Flies Without Wings
    By: AhnafMustakin
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    Rally racing is a lot different than the “circuit” racing. For one it does not follow a monotonous path where racers just circle around and finish the lap quickly. Rally racing follows a point-to-point format on specialized public roads. The distinction becomes more conspicuous when a Subaru, a rally race car, takes off from one ramp, flies to 171 feet in the air, and lands splendidly. Ken Block, executed this feat to the amazement of the viewers. During the interview, he shared that sometimes, you just have to do it and ward off the negative thoughts. This prodigious attempt was featured in Discovery Channel’s Stunt Junkies.
  • Flo Rida: Whistle
    By: ARVC
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    "Whistle" is a melody by American pop rapper Flo Rida from his fourth collection Wild Ones (2012). It was discharged on April 24, 2012 as the third single from the collection. Flo Rida, David Glass, Marcus Killian, Justin Franks, Breyan Isaac composed “Shriek” and Antonio Mobley while processing was took care of by DJ Frank E and Glass. It holds sexually suggestive verses. "Shriek" is a pop rap tune portrayed by a shrieking song. Upon it discharge, the melody appropriated generally jumbled audits from music authorities. They usually adulated it pop sound, noting that it had the potential of getting an additional hit with it "snappy" catch.
  • H2O Farm

    H2O Farm

    By: Teach
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    H2O Farm on BBC's Countryfile H2O FARM were very excited to be featured on Countryfile 15th January 2012. We had welcomed Adam Henson and the Countryfile team to our facility at the Spanish bit riding school in Dorney prior to Christmas to film the piece and the system looked fantastic on the TV. Adam took a keen interest in the concept of reliably producing tons of high quality fresh fodder every day and we explained the entire process along with actually showing him how we harvested and re-seeded the system.
  • Mr Bean

    Mr Bean

    By: Teach
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    Mr. Bean is a 2002 animated television series by Varga Studio based on the British live-action series of the same name. Characters from the original live action series included Mr. Bean, Irma Gobb, Teddy, and the mysterious driver of the Reliant Supervan, with the new addition of Mrs. Wicket, Bean's landlady, and her evil cat Scrapper. The series again featured little actual dialogue, with most being either little sound bites or mumbling. Rowan Atkinson provided the voice for Bean; additionally, all of the animated Bean actions are taken from Atkinson himself. Other characters' voices are provided by Jon Glover, Rupert Degas, Gary Martin, Sally Grace and Lorelei King.