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A great Bowie song, here with an excellent romantic action movie. It's all about actual history ... and what we might call, REAL heroes, the countless and unsung many. They are seen here as of the gallant persuasion, action heroes. Můžeme být hrdinové = We Can Be Heroes 'Heroes' is perhaps a lyrical play on words, double sens hEROeS = Eros = Ἔρως = Greek God of Love Thanks for watching = Merci de regarder un peu Spitfire --- Storyline: March 15, 1939: Germany invades Czechoslovakia. Czech pilots flee to England, joining the RAF. After the war, back home, they are put in labor camps, suspected of anti-Communist ideas. This film cuts between a post-war camp where Franta is a prisoner and England during the war, where Franta is like a big brother to Karel, a very young pilot. On maneuvers, Karel crash lands by the rural home of Susan, an English woman whose husband is MIA. She spends one night with Karel, and he thinks he's found the love of his life. It's complicated by Susan's attraction to Franta. How will the three handle innocence, Eros, friendship, and the heat of battle? When war ends, what then? The film's closing epilogue states: "By the year 1951 all the Czechoslovak RAF airmen were released from the labor camps. But they remained outcasts for most of their lives. It was only in 1991 that the survivors were rehabilitated and recognized for their wartime service." This was the most expensive Czech movie at that time. The most expensive scene from total budget of 8 milion $USD is where British Spitfire attacks German train. It cost more than the whole Oscar-winning Sverak's movie Kolya (Kolja). The cost of renting the British Spitfires used in the film was $10,000 an hour. Their song is ... timeless, priceless ... just for one day! ----..._@_...---- Lyrics: I I will be king And you You will be queen Though nothing will Drive them away We can beat them Just for one day We can be Heroes Just for one day And you You can be mean And I I'll drink all the time 'Cause we're lovers And that is a fact Yes we're lovers And that is that Though nothing Will keep us together We could steal time Just for one day We can be Heroes For ever and ever What d'you say I I wish you could swim Like the dolphins Like dolphins can swim Though nothing Will keep us together We can beat them For ever and ever Oh we can be Heroes Just for one day I I will be king And you You will be queen Though nothing Will drive them away We can be Heroes Just for one day We can be us Just for one day I I can remember Standing By the wall And the guns Shot above our heads And we kissed As though nothing could fall And the shame Was on the other side Oh we can beat them For ever and ever Then we can be Heroes Just for one day We can be Heroes We can be Heroes We can be Heroes Just for one day We can be Heroes We're nothing And nothing will help us Maybe we're lying Then you better not stay But we could be safer Just for one day
The song starts at 2:00 It was banned on most AM radio stations for the Summer of 1970. History is in music, just as Music is in History. Thanks for 5 minutes of watching and listening ... It's Only Time!
Lyrics: Hope is your survival A captive path I lead No matter where you go I will find you If it takes a long long time No matter where you go I will find you If it takes a thousand years (mohican) Nachgochema Anetaha Anachemowagan No matter where you go I will find you In the place with no frontiers No matter where you go I will find you If it takes a thousand years (cherokee) Hale wú yu ga I sv Do na dio sv i Wi ja lo sv Ha le wú yu Do na dlo sv No matter where you go I will find you If it takes a long long time No matter where you go I will find you If it takes a thousand years No matter where you go I will find you In the place with no frontiers No matter where you go I will find you If it takes a thousand years No matter where you go I will find you Songwriter: Ciaran Marion Brennan --- The Last of the Mohicans is a 1992 historical epic film set in 1757 during the French and Indian War and produced by Morgan Creek Pictures. It was directed by Michael Mann and based on James Fenimore Cooper's novel of the same name and George B. Seitz's 1936 film adaptation, owing more to the latter than the novel. The film stars Daniel Day-Lewis, Madeleine Stowe, and Jodhi May, with Russell Means, Wes Studi, Eric Schweig, and Steven Waddington in supporting roles. This segment shows: Newly arrived Major Duncan Heyward (Steven Waddington) and native Magua (Wes Studi) are tasked with escorting Munro's daughters, Cora (Madeleine Stowe) and Alice (Jodhi May), from Albany to their father at the fort. Duncan wishes to marry Cora, but she professes friendship only. Magua leads the group into an ambush by his Huron party. Hawkeye, Uncas and Chingachgook come across the attack as Magua escapes and save Duncan, Cora and Alice, deciding to escort them to the fort.
Oscar-winning, Shane was listed as number 45 in the 2007 edition of American Film Institute's Best Films in the last 100 Years… #3 on AFI's Top 10 in the category of Westerns. A stranger, wearing buckskin and a six shooter, calling himself Shane (Alan Ladd), rides into an isolated valley in the sparsely settled state of Wyoming some time after the Homestead Act was put into place in 1862 . Whatever his past, he's obviously skilled as a gunslinger, and soon finds himself drawn into a conflict between homesteaders and ruthless cattle barons who want to force the others who settled off their land. --- This scene: In town, Shane walks into the saloon. Shane tells Ryker that they're both relics of the Old West, but Ryker hasn't realized it yet. Wilson (a psychopathic hired gunman) draws, but is shot and keeps reflexively shooting, even after he's dead. Ryker pulls a hidden gun and Shane returns fire. He's turned to leave when Ryker's brother fires a Winchester rifle from the balcony overhead. Joey, (Brandon deWilde) calls out and Shane fires back. Shane walks out of the saloon, where Joey is waiting for him. He says that he has to move on and tells him to take care of his family. Shane also says to tell Joey's mother that there "aren't any more guns in the valley." Shane's blood runs onto Joey's hands when he reaches up to him. Joey's worried, but Shane tells him that's fine. Wounded, Shane sits up, with his arm hanging uselessly at his side as he rides past the grave markers on Cemetery Hill, and out of town, into the sunrise, over the mountains. Whether Shane has been mortally wounded, as is often speculated, is apparent in neither the film nor in Schaefer's novel. --- The physical setting is the high plains near Jackson Hole, Wyoming, and many shots feature the Grand Teton massif looming in the near distance. Jack Palance had problems with horses and Alan Ladd with guns. The scene where Shane practices shooting in front of Joey required 116 takes. A scene where Jack Palance mounts his horse was actually a shot of him dismounting, but played in reverse. The original planned introduction of Wilson galloping into town was replaced with him simply walking in on his horse, noted as improving the entrance by making him seem more threatening. The film was also one of the first films to attempt to re-create the overwhelming sound of gunfire. Shane was one of the first films in which actors were attached to hidden wires that yanked them backwards when shot from the front. Director George Stevens also used a small cannon fired it into a garbage can to create the loud report of the pistol for maximum effect. Stevens was in World War II and saw what a single bullet can do to a man. --- "We Don't Need Another Hero (Thunderdome)" became one of Tina Turner's biggest worldwide hit singles. The single peaked at #2 on the United States Billboard Hot 100, at #3 in the UK and reached #1 in Canada, Australia, Germany, Poland, Spain and Switzerland.
Song begins at 2:30 ... Sunshine At Last by Koot, a UK band with a Mississippi soul sound. This is a hard-to-find song from the year 2000 film, Saving Grace. --- Plot: After being unexpectedly widowed, reserved housewife Grace Trevethyn (Brenda Blethyn) discovers that her late husband ran up significant debts and left her facing foreclosure and numerous repossessions. Well liked around Port Isaac, the coastal fishing town she lives in, Grace is given emotional support by the town's inhabitants, particularly her loyal, pot-smoking gardener Matthew Stewart (Craig Ferguson), his girlfriend and the town fisherwoman Nicky (Valerie Edmond), and their friend Dr Martin Bamford (Martin Clunes). Despite wanting to help Grace, none of the residents are able to find a way to get her out of her dire situation. Eventually Grace's financial situation reaches the point where she is unable to pay Matthew, but the gardener steadfastly insists that he will continue taking care of her property. However, in exchange he asks Grace to take a look at some plants he is having difficulty cultivating, as Grace's remarkable talent with horticulture is well-known throughout town. Arriving that evening to examine the plants, Grace is surprised to discover a sickly looking grove of marijuana. Despite her initial disgust at Matthew's actions, Grace nonetheless takes one of the plants back to her home, unable to leave a "sick plant" unattended. Within 24 hours she is able to not only restore the plant to health, but has it producing small buds, much to Matthew's amazement ...
If you want to start where the music begins, click on 3:03, and you'll be right there. Here I'm glad to combine a snippet of storyline from the excellent horror thriller from 1986, The Hitcher ... ... with the ominous brooding sound of this song almost made to fit ... John Ryder says, "Say FOUR WORDS, say it."... I say four words as reply, 1,2,3,4 ... Riders on the Storm. I enjoyed editing it, and I really hope you enjoy watching. As always, I thank the copyright holders and Dailymotion. =^.^=
In 1978, seven years after lead singer Jim Morrison died and five years after the remaining members of the band broke up, Ray Manzarek, Robby Krieger, and John Densmore reunited and recorded backing tracks over Morrison's poetry (originally recorded in 1969 and 1970). Other pieces of music and spoken word recorded by the Doors and Morrison were also used in the audio collage, such as dialogue from Morrison's film HWY and snippets from jam sessions. --- Rumor had it that Electra Records purchased Jim Morrison of "The Doors" a night mist blue 67 GT 500 for his fine work on the album "The Doors". Morrison had a reputation of abusing just about everything he touched and with that in mind the GT 500 sat on Wilshire Blvd in Los Angeles just waiting for something to happen. And it did. One Friday night Morrison, driving recklessly, hit a telephone pole on Sunset Blvd and proceeded to jump out of the car and started to inspect the damage. Frustrated, he walked up the road to the Whiskey A- Go-Go and continued his evening. Hours later he walked back to the Shelby and by now the car was gone. http://www.shelbymustang.com/morrison.php This writer was contacted in 2005 by a woman from the Phoenix area who asked many questions about how she'd identify a very famous 67 Shelby owned by a "deceased rock star". I pressed the woman for more details however she suddenly became rather evasive and ended the call quickly. I realized after the Phoenix call that even if the car was in front of me I couldn't tell if it was Morrison's or not. I was confident it was a night mist blue 67 GT 500 but I needed much more than that. With the help of Kerry Humphreys, publisher of "The Doors Collectors Magazine", I was able to contact Frank Lisciandro who was a personal friend of Jim Morrison. Mr. Lisciandro came into possession of many documents of Morrison's when he died in Paris in 1971. One of the documents was an original registration for a "1967 GT 500" from 1969. "Whose name is on the registration" I asked. "James Douglas Morrison" After lengthy negotiations Tango Classic Auto's was able to purchase the original registration with the much needed vehicle identification number. Tango recently came in possession of a film with Morrison driving his 67 GT 500 and it was indeed nightmist blue. And there is no doubt that it's a four speed. For the record, he was beating the hell out of it. --- It's easy to see that Morrison was not a good driver, too close to the wheel and both hands at the top, not 10 and 2 or even 9 and 3 ... he wasn't into cars at all. He was rarely sober enough to legally drive. =^.^= Whatever, I'm glad he got to take a turn at the wheel of his car. Btw, "hitchhiker" is the only word I can think of that has 2 H's side by side ... hitc(HH)iker. Meaning, if any, is up to up to you.
Title track begins at 1:30, then repeats, for 2 versions. The 1st is a 1965 demo track. The 2nd is the album version. Wear your dark sunglasses ... Lyrics: My eyes have seen you My eyes have seen you My eyes have seen you Stand in your door When we meet inside Show me some more Show me some more Show me some more My eyes have seen you My eyes have seen you My eyes have seen you Turn and stare Fix your hair Move upstairs Move upstairs Move upstairs My eyes have seen you My eyes have seen you My eyes have seen you Free from disguise Gazing on a city under Television skies Television skies Television skies My eyes have seen you My eyes have seen you Eyes have seen you Let them photograph your soul Memorize your alleys On an endless roll Endless roll ... (x 15) --- My opinion, director producer John Carpenter is a man ahead of his time, a visionary who preceeded David Icke who began describing "Lizard People" in the 90's several years after this movie's 1988 release. Enjoy a view through dark sunglasses ... Doors of Perception ... what do you see? The movie script says, "They Live ... We Sleep." Rent it soon, and you too will SEE. Me, I'm not here. So, I see and know NOTHING. Now go back to ... sleep. =^.^=
"Silence (Delirium)" Give me release witness me I am outside give me peace Heaven holds a sense of wonder and I wanted to believe that I'd get caught up when the rage in me subsides In this white wave I am sinking in this silence in this white wave in this silence I believe Passion chokes the flower 'til she cries no more possessing all the beauty hungry still for more Heaven holds a sense of wonder... I can't help this longing comfort me I can't hold it all in if you won't let me Heaven holds a sense of wonder... In this white wave I am sinking in this silence in this white wave in this silence I believe I have seen you in this white wave you are silent you are breathing in this white wave I am free ~~~ =^.^= The movie Koyaanisqatsi, which I first saw around 1989 when a friend loaned me his VHS, literally changed my life henseforth ... somehow I gathered that much 'seeing' from the time-lapse visions and audio ... to push me over the cliff in life, so to speak. I try and pick myself up here. Koyaanisqatsi (English pronunciation: /koʊjɑːnɪsˈkɑːtsiː/) also known as Koyaanisqatsi: Life Out of Balance, is a 1982 film directed by Godfrey Reggio with music composed by Philip Glass and cinematography by Ron Fricke. The visual tone poem contains neither dialogue nor a vocalized narration: its tone is set by the juxtaposition of images and music. Reggio explains the lack of dialogue by stating "it's not for lack of love of the language that these films have NO WORDS. It's because, from my point of view, our language is in a state of vast humiliation. It NO LONGER DESCRIBES the world in which we live." In the Hopi language, the word Koyaanisqatsi means "unbalanced life". According to Hopi Dictionary: Hopìikwa Lavàytutuveni, the Hopi word koyaanisqatsi (Hopi pronunciation: kojɑːnisˈkɑtsi) is defined as "life of moral corruption and turmoil" or "life out of balance". The prefix koyaanis– means "corrupted" or "chaotic", and the word qatsi means "life" or "existence", literally translating koyaanisqatsi as "chaotic life". The film also defines the word as "crazy life", "life in turmoil", "life disintegrating", and "a state of life that calls for another way of living". Thanks for watching my video ... and so I do ... "If I have seen far, it is because I stand upon the shoulders of giants." ~ Isaac Newton
I thank the copyright holders (and Dailymotion) for allowing me to share this, all from their original works of art and spirit. I dedicate this short video of mine here to the late Russel Means. =^.^=
Eight miles high And when you touch down You'll find that it's STRANGER than known Signs in the street That say where you're goin' Are somewhere Just being their own Nowhere is There warmth to be found Among those afraid Of losing their ground Rain gray town Known for its sound In places Small faces unbound Round the squares Huddled in storms Some laughing Some just shapeless forms Sidewalk scenes And black limousines Some living Some standing alone ~ written by David Crosby, Roger James McGuinn and Gene Harold Clark --- I did quite a bit of research to confirm that in the 1960's airliners rarely actually fly 8 miles high, over 40,000 feet. The threat of sudden cabin depressurization in the thin air is one reason airliners don't take passengers quite that high even today. Boing 707's of the 1960's usually flew at 33,000 feet high cruise, as I understand it. So why is the song titled, "Eight Miles High" and not more acurately, SIX miles high? (6mi x 5,280ft = 31,600ft high) Just maybe that bird's keepin' the secret that the song is about ... SAC B-52's ? The "Buffalo" B-52 is stronger and more powerful than a typical airliner carrying a rock group of the 1960's. Strategic jet bombers are able to fly over 50,000 ft high, built to take punishment. Still I wonder ... and I wanted to grow up to be ... a jet pilot, maybe an astronaut. I love to get up there too. (always fly safely) Classic 60's song + Classic 60's movie = only I can screw that up! =^.^=
Grace Slick - Across the Board - Beyond the Move - Jefferson Starship - Jefferson Airplane White Rabbit
Somebody aimed you when you were young But nobody ever fired Now you just sit there inside the GUN BULLET you're getting old and tired If you want out - get out and get it all I mean a fair trial is no trial at all You're not guilty you can't even move without A human hand You can't co_k yourself woman You need a man All the way you need him All the way All the way across the floor Across the board The man's only got one finger He doesn't need anymore He makes his way one prong down All the way All the way All the way across the floor Seven inches of pleasure Seven inches going home Somebody must have measured All the way down the old bone All the way All the way All the way Down the old bone ~ written by Grace Slick --- Lyrics are fun. Sometimes the writers speak of games, and there are none greater than Chess ... The most luxurious chess pieces are made of ivory, a type of old bone. Perhaps chess is designed by Kings, or atleast for Kings sake, since anyone and everyone may be sacrificed to save or take one of the 2 Kings. Chess is really of game of directing assassins, acording to rules beforehand. Every peice is but a killer of a different form or shape and killing capability. The Queen is easily the most powerful peice on the board, can kill in a broad X and + pattern, flitting easily all across the board, and the King seems feeble beside her potential. If a King loses his Queen he has a serious handicap. One point to differ with this fine film however, it seems to me that in chess, Kings are never really killed, only captured or confined in the end, desired as a check-mate. But the Queen surely is a killer. I thank the copyright holders and sill take any uploaded video down at once if they notify me. Of course the lyrics have multiple meanings, as most do ... and sometimes knowing the game of chess ... is more fun and rewarding than playing chess. For me it is, playing here as you see. =^.^= Feed your head, said the Cheshire cat!
Fools must die So it shall be Take your place in history Show your face Don't be shy The world rejoices When fools die They die, they must die They die, they must die Everybody gather round Watch them falling to The ground Fools must die So it shall pass Bow your head Raise your glass Don't ask when Don't ask why Ask for mercy Cause fools die They die, they must die They die, they must die Everybody gather round Watch them stumble to The ground Fools must die One by one Indulge yourself As i have done As you are now So once was i Prepare for death Cause fools must die They die they must die They die they must die Everybody gather round Watch them falling to the ground. ~ The Pretenders --- What does a song ... mean? Who's mean? That might be ... the meaning. But then, I'm no Pretender ... =^.^= Brass in Pocket = Keys to a Cat i lack ... fun stuff, enjoy!
Music video, all clips from the 1987 Stephen Spielberg movie, Empire of the Sun. In this, only his second starring role, Christian Bale received a special citation for Best Performance by a Juvenile Actor from the Natl Board of Review of Motion Pictures, an award specially created for his performance in Empire of the Sun. The band, King Crimson is legendary, timeless, fabulously creative, and this is my favorite song of theirs. This video is a way for me to express what it all has come to make me feel. Young Jim Graham here, (Bale) in the film Empire of the Sun, (muted) was singing Suo Gan, a lullaby, written in old Welsh ... "Lullabies in an ancient toungue" This is not a political video, just art ... Art meant to inspire. And to beware of "empire" ... Nations form naturally. Cohesive creed or culture is hard to split ... Empires are held together by force, as long as they can last. Before they begin, we just know they're gonna end badly. Thomas Jefferson said "What governs least, is what governs best ... " Excuse me, while we forget all we used to understand. Thanks for watching. =^.^=
Clips are all from the 1997 TV movie, Vanishing Point, a remake that gave me excellent material for a fun music video of classic music and classic (heavy metal)muscle cars of that era. Thanks for watching. =^.^=
Two minutes to start. 2:00 Then, 45 seconds later, 'Radar Love' begins. 2:45 The whole video lasts 9 minutes, 17 seconds ... Seems like 24 hours These clips are all from the 1971 movie, Lemans as indicated in the video credits. I hope you enjoy watching as much as I enjoyed editing it. I wish to honor all those involved in making the movie, especially Steve McQueen. A race driver himself, McQueen actually drove the Porsche 917 car during filming, needing no stuntman. The Porsche 917 is a racecar that gave Porsche its first overall wins at the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1970 and 1971. There are 6 variants of the 917. The least-powerful version is the 917K (the most successful, and driven in the Lemans scenes above), which produces around 620 bhp. Powered by the Type 912 flat-12 engine of 4.5, 4.9, or 5 litres, the 917/30 variant was capable of a 0-62 mph (100 km/h) time of 2.3 seconds, 0-124 mph (200 km/h) in 5.3 seconds, and a top speed of over 240 mph (390 km/h). The spaceframe tubular chassis weighed only 42kg or 93 pounds. The shifter knob was made of balsa wood, just to keep the weight down. Lemans runs 4:00pm - 4:00pm the next day, 24 hours. Lemans 1971 Porsche 917K's did 5,284 km (3,315 mi) at an average speed of 220.2 km/h (137.6 mph) ... [in 24 consecutive hours] And as for the soundtrack ... I honor Golden Earring ... they generated perhaps THE best driving song ever made, surely responsible for 100,000 speeding tickets since introduced. =^.^=
Jimi Hendrix, 1983 A Merman I Should Be - Edgar Allen Poe, a mermaid Annabel Lee - Night Tide, 1963, Dennis Hopper to cheer Atlantis maiden rising
1983 A Merman I Should Be (song music takes over, starts at 7:00 minutes) Hurrah i awake from yesterday alive but the war is here to stay so my love catherina and me decide to take our last walk through the noise to the sea not to die but to be re-born away from a life so battered and torn.... forever... oh say can you see its really such a mess every inch of earth is a fighting nest giant pencil and lip-stick tube shaped things continue to rain and cause screaming pain and the arctic stains from silver blue to bloody red as our feet find the sand and the sea is strait ahead.. strait ahead..... well its too bad that our friends cant be with us today well thats too bad "the machine that we built would never save us" thats what they say (thats why they aint coming with us today) and they also said "its impossible for man to live and breath underwater.. forever" was their main complaint (yeah) and they also threw this in my face: they said anyway you know good well it would be beyond the will of God and the grace of the King (grace of the King yeah yeah) so my darling and I make love in the sand to salute the last moment ever on dry land our machine has done its work played its part well without a scratch on our bodies and we bid it farewell starfish and giant foams greet us with a smile before our heads go under we take a last look at the killing noise of the out of style... the out of style, out of style (followed by) Moon Turn the Tides Gently Gently Away So down and down and down and down And down and down we go. Hurry my darling we mustn't be late For the show. Neptune champion games to an aqua World is so very dear. "Right this way," smiles a mermaid, I can hear Atlantis full of cheer. I can hear Atlantis full of cheer... I can hear Atlantis full of cheer... source is lyricsmode . com --- "Annabel Lee" rhymes with "1983, a Merman I Should Be" ... Edgar Allen Poe's Annabel Lee hearkened the "Night Tide" ... Night Tide, a fine semi-SiFi B-movie with Dennis Hopper from ... 1963. Jimi Hendrix, perhaps blessed or cursed by mystic vision, spoke of reincarnation, souls, pyramids, third eyes, being an ET ... so I share a collage of glimpses, what seems invisible threads tying this vid together ... see as you wish, art doesn't have to make sense. I'm not sure of all the sources borrowed from, rich clips, video material for me to re-assemble, wish to credit every 1. --- Btw, I was banned from googlu toob ... 3 strikes ... Hanged Man ... glad 2b welcome here, respects. One who had seen this video 2 yrs ago, THIS vid I'm uploading, tracked me here, requested this vid be re-uploaded ... So I do. Whomever ... must be special, a rare kind. 1236 =^.^= Night Tide unseen, lives on DailyMotion! Moon Turn the Tides, said Hendrix ... Old is new, new is old, everything under the Sun.
Description? I can't describe a butterfly here ... you'd better see it. I hope it’s good for your daily e-motion. All 17 minutes ... Vive la Liberté ! (Long live Freedom!) ~~~ Written by Doug Ingle: Organ, vocals, Erik Brann: Guitars, Lee Dorman: Bass, Ron Bushy: Percussion. The Butterfly gained success by opening for the Doors and Jefferson Airplane. Ingle's father was a church organist.In 1968, Iron Butterfly released the monumental LP, In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida, featuring a 17- minute, side-long track. 'Vida outsold every record in the history of recorded music within the first year and therefore outgrew and outsold the standard "Gold Album" award. They were awarded: The Industry's 1st "Platinum Album". It's 4x Platinum today. The band had been booked to play at Woodstock but according to Ron Bushy, "We went down to the Port Authority 3x and waited for the helicopter, but it never showed up."~wiki NOTE: WMG owns rights here. Upon request, I'll stop this video at once.
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