Nirvana – The Man Who Sold The World – MTV Unplugged
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Music video by Nirvana performing The Man Who Sold The World (MTV Unplugged).
One of Kurt Cobain’s Final Interviews – Incl. Extremely Rare Footage One of Kurt Cobain's final interviews before his tragic death, this WatchMojo Presents video From the MUCH Vaults is an incredible look into the man and artist that we present on the day that would have been his 50th birthday. This raw video from 1993 features 6 minutes of very rarely seen footage from the original interview that was not aired on television. Nirvana's legacy still burns bright and their music continues to influence and inspire people to this day. We hope that you enjoy this thoughtful and engaged interview with a man who meant so much to so many people.
LOOKING FOR ADAM I would like to introduce you to my mother, Eva, who´s single and deserves a good man. If you are that man or know someone who could be, than please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org music: original score from TheBandsGonnaMakeIT as well as one track: "three" by Cameron Ernst, which i have bought the rights to use for this little short through MusicBed. I would like to give an extra special thanks to Wenche Selvig Johansen for all her endless support, you´re awesome Swanks. Also to the Dampling brothers Jonathan and Sebastian Lundmark, John Jacobsen, Anthony Huus and all my other good friends for pushing me to get things done, thanks again:) And last but not least i would like to thank my mother for being so brave that she let me post this video, and at the same time exposing her to the world. Please be kind to her and everyone else, including animals. We all deserve to be loved:)
The real spider-men New Speed Climbing World Record - IFSC Climbing World Cup Salt Lake City 2021
K/DA – POP/STARS Official Music Video - League of Legends.
K/DA Ahri, K/DA Evelynn, K/DA Kai’Sa, and K/DA Akali take the world stage with their debut single. Keep the show going on the Rift with these new Epic skins.
A cyclist at 202 km/h On the 11/26/17 in Curitiba - Parana - Brazil, the cyclist Evandro Portela reached 202 km/h - 125 mp/h in urban road and became the fastest man in the world on a bicycle in the Slipstream of a Subaru WRX category.
He has accomplished the record on the 11 km of distance with 104 km/h average, in 6 minutes and 2 seconds and 151 rpm of maximum cadence.
It had been three years of training and preparation and besides it, in 2018 a new record will be established.
14 year old Tomokazu Harimoto – A ping pong prodigy Tomokazu Harimoto is a Japanese table tennis player, of Chinese origin considered in the middle of table tennis as a prodigy.
He has indeed a level at his age that few, so far, other older players have reached. The records he has for the moment:
- June 2016: Youngest winner of a title of the ITTF World Tour in the under 21 years (12 years, 355 days).
- December 2016: Youngest winner of the men's singles title at the World Junior Championships (13 years, 163 days).
- August 2017: Youngest winner of a men's ITTF World Tour singles title (14 years, 61 days).
- January 2018: Youngest winner of the men's singles title at the Japan National Championships (14 years, 207 days).
The Last of the Mohicans song THE BEST EVER! by Alexandro Querevalú Another version of the theme from the movie "The last of the Mohicans" performed by Alexandro Querevalú composed by Trevor Jones and Randy Edelman for the film of the same name, is the signature tune of Alexandro Querevalú. As the heading indicates, this masterpiece not only makes the performer cry but also millions of people all over the world! The sentiments expressed in Alexandro´s interpretation of the music with a one of the native american flutes called Quenacho has a uniting effect on the hearts of people of all races, nations, religions and cultures.
A Music Genre for Each Country of the World This video shows the different genres of music in the world. I tried to put the most famous songs of each country to demonstrate the name of each style, playing a song for each region of the world from A to Z .
The world’s ugliest music | Scott Rickard | TEDxMIA Scott Rickard has degrees in Mathematics, Computer Science, and Electrical Engineering from M.I.T. and MA and PhD degrees in Applied and Computational Mathematics from Princeton University. At University College Dublin, he founded the Complex & Adaptive Systems Laboratory, where biologists, geologists, mathematicians, computer scientists, social scientists and economists work on problems which matter to people. He is passionate about mathematics, music and educating the next generation of scientists and mathematicians.