Too Close (VHS) - The Pilgrim Jubilees,"Live In Birmingham"

Too Close (VHS)  - The Pilgrim Jubilees,"Live In Birmingham"

The Pilgrim Jubilees are known affectionaltely as "The Jubes" througout the country. They are also known for their gospel music with its driving beat. The group traces its beginning back to 1934, in Houston, Mississippi, when Elgie Graham and Willie Johnson decided to form a duet. In 1946, Theophilles Graham, Monroe Hatchett, and Leonard Brownlee were added, and The Pilgrim Jubilees were formed. These members remained intact until 1950, when the Graham family moved to Chicago, Illinois. In the early fifties the group was reorganized buy Elgie Graham. He brought in Major Roberson, Kenneth Madden and his brothers, Cleve and Clay Graham. In 1955 Elgie decided to retire from the group, but encouraged them to continue singing God's praises. Other than the departure of Kenneth Madden, and the arrival of Ben Chandler, the group presently remains intact. They released their first recording on the Nashboro Record label, and received a fair amount of recognition. After many prayers and meditations, Major Roberson and Rufus Crume composed "Stretch Out". While singing on a program in Atlanta, Georgia, they were noticed by Dave Clark, who was at Peacock-Songbird Records at the time. He recommended that Peacock sign them, and with the release of "Stretch Out", the group received national recognition, as well as a Gold Record. In 1979 "The Jubes", signed with Savoy Records. During their stay, they recorded four albums entitled, "Keep on Climbing", "Put On Your Shoes", "Whensoever I Pray", and "Put Your Trust In Jesus". It was during this time that they established themselves as one of gospel's top quartets. From these albums came such hits as "Rich Man, Poor Man", "I'm Happy With Jesus Alone", "Whensoever I Pray", "Put Your Trust In Jesus", "I'm Glad You Looked My Way", and many others. In 1987 they signed with Malaco Records and released "Gospel Roots", which immediately hit the Billboard Top Forty Gospel Chart. 1988 brought the release of their second Malaco project entitled "Back to Basics". It reached the top twenty-five on Billboard. "Family affair", released in 1991, reached the top twenty on Billboard and Cashbox and was nominated for a Stellar Award. 'I'm Getting Better All the Time" released in late 1992, has enjoyed extensive airplay nationally and is proving to be a favorite of gospel music lovers everywhere. According to Pastor Naomi Durant of Baltimore Maryland, when you listen to The Jubes, you will understand endurance. For these men are legends in their own time. They have withstood the test of time. DISCLAIMER: NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT INTENDED. I OWN ABSOLUTELY NONE OF THESE VIDEOS (UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED). COPYRIGHTS BELONG TO THEIR ORIGINAL OWNERS. MUSICAL VIDEOS POSTED ON THIS CHANNEL ARE FOR ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES ONLY.

01-04-2000 Birmingham City 1 Wolves 0

01-04-2000 Birmingham City 1 Wolves 0

Birmingham City finished this game with only 9 men, but won thanks to a penalty save on his debut by Thomas Myhre & a goal from David Holdsworth. The game was best remembered for Martin O'Connor flattening Kevin Muscat, something many others wished they had done too.

© Beethoven Coriolan, Ouverture opus 62. - Danmarks Radio Symfoniorkestret - Thomas Dausgaard

© Beethoven Coriolan, Ouverture opus 62. - Danmarks Radio Symfoniorkestret - Thomas Dausgaard

© Beethoven Coriolan, Ouverture opus 62. - Danmarks Radio Symfoniorkestret - Thomas Dausgaard.

Pacifier-Comfort Me

Pacifier-Comfort Me

Lyrics: inside, i'm all twisted around feeling uptight and i can't come down and i need someone to tell me i'll be safe again and i need someone to tell me that they really care what have we become could you comfort me, comfort me the whole world's come undone could you comfort me, comfort me back up, evolution here all the sick fucks being born to kill they just need someone to tell them they're safe again they all need someone to tell them that somebody cares you're going to bring the world down the whole world down

Hero Spotlight: Emerald Warden

Hero Spotlight: Emerald Warden

Intro music by Thomas-Adam Habuda http://www.facebook.com/tomhabudamediamusicfactory Try Heroes of Newerth for FREE: http://www.heroesofnewerth.com/trial.php The Emerald Warden has very high natural damage output thanks to his abilities but very low health, so items should be geared towards survival. Early on, a Ring of the Teacher can give you much-needed mana regeneration and armor. You can either choose Ghost Marchers to boost his sub-par (290) movement speed, or Steam Boots on strength to boost HP and attack speed. You'll also want to pick up a Blood Chalice or Bottle early on, as the Emerald Warden chews through mana quickly with his spells. Later on, Frostburn is always a safe pick, as the slowing attack synergizes naturally with your long-ranged, kiting playstyle to pick off enemies and keep yourself out of harm's reach. If you make it past Frostburn, Wingbow, Assassin's Shroud, or Savage Mace can make you nearly untouchable while putting out massive damage. Discuss Emerald Warden on our forums: http://forums.heroesofnewerth.com/showthread.php?p=13845498

For the Friends of FFRC! Lean On Me

For the Friends of FFRC! Lean On Me

Sometimes in our lives We all have pain We all have sorrow But if we are wise We know that there's always tomorrow Lean on me, when you're not strong And I'll be your friend I'll help you carry on For it won't be long 'Til I'm gonna need Somebody to lean on Please swallow your pride If I have things you need to borrow For no one can fill those of your needs That you won't let show You just call on me brother, when you need a hand (Chorus) We all need somebody to lean on I just might have a problem that you'd understand We all need somebody to lean on Second Verse (Chorus) If there is a load you have to bear That you can't carry I'm right up the road I'll share your load If you just call me (Chorus) Call me (if you need a friend) Call me (call me) Call me (if you need a friend) Call me (if you ever need a friend) Call me (call me) Call me Call me (if you need A friend)

The Lord descended (1761), by James Lyon (1735--1794)

The Lord descended (1761), by James Lyon (1735--1794)

Quire Cleveland under Artistic Director Ross W. Duffin, singing at Historic St. Peter's Church in downtown Cleveland, April 6, 2014. Reprinting settings borrowed from English publications continued to be the standard means of providing music for the colonies for many decades. The first publication to break that pattern was the collection, Urania, published in Philadelphia in 1761 by James Lyon. New Jersey-born Lyon was a preacher, rather than a professional musician, but his collection included a handful of indigenous American works (helpfully *starred* in the publication), among which is "The Lord descended from above," a setting of verses 9-10 from the Sternhold & Hopkins Psalm 18. It's surprisingly virtuosic for a "first American choral piece," with florid sections for soloists and some colorful word painting, such as the written-out trill at "he rode," and melodic flourishes at "flying" and "wings."

Fall Rex Ruff - Truthos Mufasa

Fall Rex Ruff - Truthos Mufasa

Track from the 'WallianEP' @TruthosMufasa 'WallianEP' FREE DOWNLOAD - http://www.mediafire.com/?kg67m64c2hldj All rights owned by Tachia Newall.

Rev Trent Williams Handling The Word Of God

Rev  Trent Williams  Handling The Word Of God

This Message from Rev Trent Williams, Senior Pastor of the Zion Baptist Church located at 375 School Street. Muskegon MI 49442. The Solo performed by The Son of Trent Williams. This Message Was Filmed and Edited by Cotrell & Linda Malone of Malone Media Productions at the Queen Esther Baptist Church under the leadership of Pastor Samuel Greer Jr. For more infor contact the Church at (231) 773-7806.

Close To You (Ryan Lafferty)

Close To You (Ryan Lafferty)

Ryan Lafferty performing at West Point, NY

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