2010 Nightwork CD "Tepláky aneb kroky Františka Soukupa" official movie director: Miroslav D. Mirčev director of photography: Lukáš Jirkovský edit + video postproduction: Lukáš Jirkovský production: CZECHFILMS + ESTRADA events music: Nightwork, František Soukup lyrics: František Soukup label: ON AIR MUSIC Nošením tepláků za trvalý mír!!!
"The Ketchup Song" is the English title of the song "Aserejé," recorded by the Spanish pop group Las Ketchup. It was released in July 2002 as the lead single from their debut album, Hijas del Tomate. In the summer of 2002 they had a major flamenco Europop fusion hit with "Aserejé" (released as "The Ketchup Song" in the UK and other countries), which reached the top of the charts in many countries including Spain, Portugal, Colombia, UK, Italy, Greece, France, Finland, Turkey, Syria, Sweden, Norway, Belgium, Netherlands, Philippines, Switzerland, Germany, Romania, and Australia. Awards: 2002 'Ondas awards' -- Best New Artist/group 2004 Billboard Latinos awards -- Best pop album from new generation ("Las hijas del Tomate") -- Most tropical-salsa song played by Duo or Group ("The Ketchup Song" (Aserejé) 2003 Latin Grammy Award -- Best Pop Album By a Duo or Group with Vocals Las hijas del Tomate (Nominated, lost to Bacilos Caraluna.) 2003 Record Fair MIDEM (Cannes) -- Best New Artist/group 2003 Amigo Awards -- Best New Group -- Best New Artist 2004 Record fair MIDEM (Cannes) -- Breakers of borders (Best-selling Album out of its country and inside of Europe with "Las hijas del Tomate") Song)
Johnny pulls Baby up on stage at the end of season revue at Kellermans. Features the classic "Time of my life".
Tepláky by Nightwork
Music video by Lunetic performing At je hudba tvuj lek. (C) 2006 Universal Music s.r.o.
Listen to more Michael Jackson: https://MichaelJackson.lnk.to/Stream!bjo ""Billie Jean"" was the first short film made for 'Thriller,' the biggest-selling album of all time. The short film for this No. 1 single, directed by Steve Barron, made history as the first video by a black artist to receive heavy rotation on MTV, and was later ranked by the network as one of the 100 greatest music videos of all time. Buy/Listen to Thriller 25: Amazon - http://smarturl.it/mj_thriller25_amzn... iTunes - http://smarturl.it/MJ_T25DE_OS?IQid=y... Official Store - http://smarturl.it/MJ_T25DE_OS?IQid=y... Spotify - http://smarturl.it/mj_thriller25_sptf... Written & Composed by Michael Jackson Produced by Quincy Jones for Quincy Jones Productions Co-Produced by Michael Jackson for MJJ Productions, Inc. From the album Thriller, released November 30, 1982 Released as a single January 2, 1983 THE SHORT FILM Director: Steve Barron Primary Production Location: Los Angeles, California Michael Jackson's short film for ""Billie Jean"" was the first of three short films produced for recordings from Thriller, which continues its reign as the biggest selling album of all time with worldwide sales in excess of 105 million as of June 1, 2016 and in December, 2015 became the first ever album to be awarded triple diamond status by the RIAA for US sales alone. The ""Billie Jean"" single reached No. 1 in 10 countries in the spring of 1983, including seven consecutive weeks atop the Billboard Hot 100 - becoming the second-highest selling single in America that same year. ""Billie Jean"" was certified Gold by the Recording Industry Association of America on April 4, 1983, and Platinum on February 4, 1989. The song won two Grammy Awards for Best R&B Song and Best R&B Performance - Male, as well as an American Music Award for Favorite Single - Pop/Rock and was also named the Single of the Year on The Village Voice Pazz & Jop critics' poll in 1983. The short film featured a paparazzo attempting to photograph Jackson as he danced through an urban landscape. A specially created set featured steps and sidewalk tiles that lit up underneath Michael's feet. It is here that fans first saw some of Michael's best-known dance moves, such as spinning and landing on his toes. Many of Michael's steps and mannerisms in the video would become forever associated with The King of Pop. ""[W]hen the chorus hit.he sprung into this dance that was unlike anything I'd ever seen,"" director Steve Barron recounted of Jackson's choreography in the video. ""It was just extraordinary, instinctive. He pulled it all together and turned it into what we saw.The camera literally steamed up, the eyepiece steamed up, because of my heat from what I was seeing."" Barron also recalled the crew breaking into spontaneous applause after Michael finished dancing. The ""Billie Jean"" short film made history as the first video by a black artist to be played in heavy rotation on MTV, then in its second year. In 1992, the short film was inducted into the Music Video Producers Hall of Fame. MTV ranked ""Billie Jean"" as the 35th greatest music video of all time in 1999, one of three entries of Jackson's on the chart alongside ""Thriller"" and ""Beat It."" Follow the Official Michael Jackson Accounts: Facebook - http://smarturl.it/mj_facebook?IQid=y... Twitter - http://smarturl.it/mj_twitter?IQid=yt... Spotify - http://smarturl.it/mj_spotify?IQid=yt... Newsletter - http://smarturl.it/mj_newsletter?IQid... YouTube - http://smarturl.it/mj_youtube?IQid=yt... Website - http://smarturl.it/mj_website?IQid=yt..." #MichaelJackson #BillieJean #Vevo #Pop #OfficialMusicVideo
Nothing Else Matters [Official Music Video] From the album "Metallica" Director: Adam Dubin Filmed during the recording of The Black Album in Spring 1991 in North Hollywood, CA Video Premiere Date: February 25, 1992 © 1992 Metallica
Music video by Wanastowi Vjecy performing Slecna Anna je za vodou. (C) 2006 SBME (Czech Republic) s.r.o.