[REC] – Halloween Special

The YouTube Video [REC] – Halloween Special By The YouTube Channel Chris Stuckmann

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Chris Stuckmann discusses REC in the 9th Annual Halloween Special!

Jenny And The Mexicats: NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert

Jenny And The Mexicats: NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert

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The YouTube video Jenny And The Mexicats: NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert by the YouTube channel NPR Music, and here is the description for this video:

March 26, 2018 | Felix Contreras — Jenny and the Mexicats is a discovery from South by Southwest a few years ago that I haven’t been able to get out of my mind, and with good reason: The band’s high-energy shows are unforgettable, as is its sound. Mixing flamenco, originally from southern Spain, with Jenny Ball’s jazz trumpet background and a little bit of cumbia has created their one-of-a-kind musical identity.

The grooves these musicians create can be frenetic (as in the first performance here, “Frenético Ritmo”) or slow and luxurious (“The Song for the UV Mouse House”). In both cases, the group presents the perfect cushion for Ball’s impassioned singing and engaging stage presence. There are no weak points in the instrumentation, and with Ball out front, the songs come to life as the short stories they are — like that of the young lady who appreciates a beer before taking on life’s challenges in “Verde Más Allá.”

Watching this performance, it’s easy to see why Jenny and the Mexicats is picking up new fans as the group travels the world spreading its good cheer. The musicians bring their festival circuit-level performance down to almost a whisper here, but the intensity of their playing remains. After watching, perhaps you’ll end up like me, with their names permanently entered in your mental Rolodex.

Set List

“Frenético Ritmo”
“The Song for the UV House Mouse”
“Verde Más Allá”

CREDITS
Producers: Felix Contreras, Morgan Noelle Smith; Creative Director: Bob Boilen; Audio Engineer: Josh Rogosin; Videographers: Morgan Noelle Smith, Maia Stern, Beck Harlan, Dani Lyman; Production Assistants: Joshua Bote, Molly Stofko; Photo: Jenna Sterner/NPR.

An Old House & A George Lopez TV Show | An Old Xbox

Dream 1

This dream involved most of my family & I moving into a bigger older house, when it was night time & everyone was getting in bed, I noticed that my brothers KDC & TDC had not locked or closed the security door to their bedroom; and so I locked it, and I went to tell them about this.

The next thing that I remember is that I was in a family TV show inside a house with George Lopez & some of his family members who all spoke Spanish & English, at some point I went to wash the dishes in the kitchen, the sink was missing a few parts, but it did have water; but that is all that I can remember of this dream.

Olivia Benson & Her Girlfriend | TVs | JC’s Hide-And-Seek Mystery

Dream 1

This dream involved a montage of the character Olivia Benson from the TV show Law & Order: Special Victims Unit at her upper story apartment in bed with her fictional girlfriend, who was a woman with light-medium skin with long brown and / or black hair, and the montage was of them in bed together sleeping / talking / making out / maybe sometimes somewhat having sex.

At the end of the montage Olivia’s girlfriend got burst through the window next to their bed, maybe this happened when they were making out and / or having sex and / or arguing, the back of her head hit the wall of the building outside the window knocking her unconscious, half her body was still in bed preventing her from falling while the other half was hanging backward like she was dead, but surprisingly she was alive.

Sixpence None The Richer – Puedo Escribir

I listened to this song (Puedo Escribir) recently for the first time in years when it randomly played while I was listening to music on my MP3 player while jogging, I had the 1997 Sixpence None The Richer music album Sixpence None The Richer many years ago shortly after it was released, and this song was a pleasant surprise; and it was one of the first Spanish language songs to appear on a music album that I bought myself.

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