with CFM and TY SEGALL AND THE MUGGERS
I made just one purchase at the Train Show and it was another OMI SD70ACE to add to my roster. I am a big fan of the OMI SD70ACe and the SD70M Phase II/Flared Engines so I buy one every now and then. The seller, Jeff Thaxton is on Facebook and he still has many OMI engines left for sale. search him out on Facebook and tell em' Big Al sent you. Second part of the video: I ran a great sale at the Train Show which was buy one kit get the second kit half off and with every purchase of a kit the customer also got a ticket to enter the raffle of a brand new HO Kato SD90/43MAC engine. So if a customer bought one kit, he got one ticket, If a buyer bought three kits, he got three tickets and so on. At the end of the show (Sunday at 5:00pm) I recorded this video and did the drawing. Enjoy!
If you remember VH-1's Pop-Up video then you will know what I was doing with great band but instead of facts I embellished a little bit. I thought it was funny, kind of... Really these guys are great in every way musically. The "dislikes" are 0 but someone said do not quit my day job. I don't have a day job and if this is not funny to you then you are probably under 35 years old.
"Lonely Days" is a ballad by the Bee Gees. Written by Barry, Robin and Maurice Gibb, and featured on their album 2 Years On, in the US it reached #3, their highest chart up to that point. Atco released it a few weeks ahead because the Bee Gees were touring the US. The record success helped establish the band as expert pop stylists. It was their first Top Five hit in the US, peaking at number three in the Billboard Hot 100 and reaching number one in the Cashbox and Record World charts. On Friday, 21 August 1970, the three Gibb brothers announced they would reunite and start recording together nearly 16 months after Robin quit the group. They said later that they wrote "Lonely Days" and "How Can You Mend a Broken Heart" at their first reunion session, but the exact day when they recorded the song is unknown, however, a tape of stereo mixes received at Atlantic in October bears the tantalizing notation 'August 20, 1970' which if true means the brothers announced the reunion the day after it happened. This song was sung by all three together to Maurice's piano and bass and Bill Shepherd's string and horn arrangement, the slow verses contrasting with the pounding chorus. The song incorporated the innovative structure and knack for changing tempos exemplified by the second side of The Beatles' Abbey Road album, released the previous year and a clear influence on this single. "Lonely Days" shifts back and forth between a piano-and-strings-dominated verse reminiscent of "You Never Give Me Your Money" and "Golden Slumbers," and an up-tempo stomping chorus that echoes "Carry That Weight"; perhaps as an acknowledgment of the debt, as the record approaches its fade-out, the lead singer's voice is filtered to sound like John Lennon's. The song starts with a piano, when the singer sings the first line, the orchestra was started to play. At 1:12, the drums with handclaps was heard as the song became a little faster, the horns were heard as a response to the lines, Lonely days and Lonely nights. Near the end of the song, Barry was heard singing lead vocals with Robin and Maurice singing background vocals.
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Aida is a musical with music by Elton John, lyrics by Tim Rice, and book by Linda Woolverton, Robert Falls, and David Henry Hwang, and produced by Walt Disney Theatrical. Aida premiered on Broadway on March 23, 2000, running for 1,852 performances until September 5, 2004. The musical also ran from 2002 to 2003 and from 2006 to 2007 during two US national tours, and also ran in international productions which performed in 20 different countries, and is still performed in international productions, regional theatres, colleges and high schools. This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
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