1. Sista Otis "Spirithouse Alight" @ Augur's Kettle, AA, MI - 17 November 2013


    from Craig A. Combs / Added

    It would probably take me a day and a half to tell the whole story about my love for this Goodtime Gal, so many know by the name Sista Otis, but suffice it to say that her charm, warmth and kindheartedness were enough to win me over the first time we shared the stage at the Plymouth Coffee Bean Company in Plymouth, Michigan. That was at the end of January 2012 and not even a month later I was listening to her songs on Youtube and Vimeo almost daily, mostly because they kept me out of the darkness and in a positive mood, which is the exact place I needed to be back in then, but struggled so often to find it on my own, for many reasons now so far behind me. It was near the end of February that I got word Sista Otis was coming to Toledo, where I was living at the time, and so I marked my calendar and counted the days, hoping some freak snow squall didn't decide to pull through town and snow us all in. I was in luck, as the snow storm came a couple days before, if I recall, and although it was a frigid night outside, that night it was warm and toasty in Papa's Tavern, where so many top name blues performers had laid their roots before her. This was where my Soul Sista chose to embark on the next leg of her musical journey, and where she brought the house down, with the help of a young local favorite, Ross, and a Motown up-and-comer and protege of Otis, named Carmel Liburdi. It was a fantastic night in this rootsy, biker-bar joint, and I for one was sad the night had to end. I had gotten a CD from the stack on stage and made some new friends while belping the Midwest bid Happy Trails to another blues icon setting out to make her way in the high-class City of Angels. Now, nearly two years on--gee whiz how time flies--I just happened to be poking around Sista Otis' new website the other day while visiting my parents in Ohio, and marveling at all the pretty roses and kitschery so intentionally displayed around the main page, when I stumbled across a list of upcoming show dates, one of which happened to be at a quaint little venue in a West Ann Arbor suburb, literally within minutes of my new hometown of Ypsilanti, Michigan. So I checked the local Sunday bus schedule and saw the last bus into AA would put me at the front door of Augur's Kettle right when the doors were opening. Now I sure had no idea when I made said plans that the late-season windstorm of the century was about to blow into town, but I was soon to find out. As I was down on Cross Street in Ypsi waiting on the #4 into AA, a rain and wind came raging down that street like I had not seen since my hurricane days in South Florida in the late 90s and 2000s. Whew! Needless to say, by the time I reached my connection in downtown Ann Arbor, I was drenched, I mean soaked clean through. But here's the best part of all. When I got inside the host's toasty interior, I realized it doubled as a residence, and so I asked if I could possibly put my wet clothes in their dryer while I waited for the show to begin. Sure enough, I was even offered a pair of dry shorts to lounge in until they were done. Where else can you get that kind of service and see a top-name concert? Nowhere I'd ever been before. So as the night wore on and the crowd began to fill up the living room/bar area of the place, I got a chance to give my lovely Soul Sista a big hug and reminisce about old times. Now she and I hadn't been what most people would consider "tight", but when we saw each other again, it was like I was meeting a lifelong friend again after many years apart--and that, my friends, is just how things are with Sista Otis. It doesn't take a lifetime of companionship to have a soul connection with this kindred spirit, and she proves it with every word she sings and every chord that she strums. I will leave the rest of the night up to you to enjoy through this video recording, as I was able to capture some very rare moments of Otis' performance career, indeed. This hour-long collection also includes a few clips from my earlier days with her, and also one of my favorite tunes "I'd Love to Change the World", performed by the then 13-year-old Ross at the Papa's Tavern gig in February 2012. I had promised my sister I'd produce a video compilation of her "one of these days", and owing to hard drive issues last year, many of the Papa's Tavern tracks were unfortunately lost. But this weekend I managed to make up for lost time, and all of you are now the unsuspecting beneficiaries of my promise now fulfilled… To Sista Otis! May you find infinite abundance in love, prosperity and good health, always and everywhere!!! Thanks for another memorable show. I will miss you but know you are ever in good hands on your Journey of Light. Peace and Aloha, Sista! Your "Poet Friend" forever, Craig PS If I messed up any of the song titles, my bad! I just call 'em as I hear 'em. :=) Run time 1:10:41 (approx.)

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    • Urban Torque - Focus On: Scope - Urban Torque®


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      How do you know you've made it in the world of dance music?  When you're releasing singles and remixes on labels such as Large Music, NRK, and Urban Torque?  When you see your name appear on a roster of artists alongside Kerri Chandler, Ian Pooley, DJ Sneak and Funk D'Void?  When you've released 100 tracks in 4 years to critical acclaim, built a worldwide fanbase and won the support of DJs including Danny Howells and Tom Middleton?  However you look at it, Scope (Ric McClelland) is making a big noise and the unanymous decision is that it sounds good.  Who better, then, to shine the spotlight on for the first in Urban Torque's "Focus On" series?   The follow up to his superb 'Studio Sessions',  'Focus On: Urban Torque Scope' is the cream of Scope's work so far for Urban Torque.   Hailing from Belfast, Northern Ireland, he describes himself as "all about house music" and it comes across. The tracks feel perfectly balanced.  A piano riff here, a sprinkling of vocals there.  And whilst largely instrumental, there is one word that continually springs to mind; a word that seems to crop up in print wherever Scope is mentioned and that word is: quality. 

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      • Viernes de DiscoTK-10 de Abril de 2009


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        Ache Supper Club. La buena música, buen humor, espectaculares shows, conciertos, arte, teatro y cultura

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        • Junior Kimbrough performs "All Night Long" in the Robert Mugge film DEEP BLUES


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          This is the influential North Mississippi bluesman Junior Kimbrough filmed in 1990 at his juke in Holly Springs, Mississippi for the 1991 music documentary DEEP BLUES. Commentary is by music historian Robert Palmer.

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            • Lionel Richie - All night long (J@JB Regrooved) 2012


              from jarke andersen / Added

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              A remix made by J@JB alias DJ J@rke and Jimmi B (Sound and video)

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              • All Night Long


                from Tyler Chong / Added

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                All Night Long Freestyle Blizz Ft. Esco Music Produced by KeyzKiloHz LBR/CCB Music Video Directed & Shot By: Kris Hambas Edited By: Tyler Chong Kris Hambas A StapleHole & Ke Aloha Maka Mai Collaboration

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                • peter murphy - all night long (brugal white label remix - tech.sys video edit)


                  from alan "vj tech.sys" bellinger / Added

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                  Celebrating the 25th anniversary of 1988's 'Love Hysteria', I decided to re-edit this video using the Brugal White Label remix of 'All Night Long' from 2003. Still my favorite Peter Murphy track, even more so than *gasp* 'Cuts You Up' *bigger gasp*. Nothing special used here, except reversing some clips and a little time stretching. The still image of the single's cover at the very beginning is an homage to home video releases of music video collections in the 80s.

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                  • Mood II Swing All Night Long


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                    a Fan-Video directed by Roberto Cancellara for his friend Lem Springsteen

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                    • corby allnighter


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