1. Federal BMX - Rebel Jam 2012

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    Various members of the Federal team made the trip to Tossa De Mar in Spain. Lacey took home the win and Bruno finished closely behind in second. Mark Love and our newest flow rider James Cunningham also made the trip, along with Greece's Jason Eustathiou. Filmed by: Mike King Edited by: Edd Allen Music: 'Doin' My Thang' by Zion I Web: http://www.federalbikes.com Twitter: http://twitter.com/#!/federalbmx Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/federalbikes Links: www.seventies.co.uk http://rebeljam.com

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    • Federal BMX - Frankfurt

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      Federal's recent trip to Frankfurt saw newest team member Tammy Mccarley make his debut for the team, only to get broke off a few days in. Fortunately Tammy has some skills behind the lens and spent the remaining days helping to capture what went down. Featuring Dan Lacey, Mark Love, Bruno Hoffmann, Michal Šmelko, Jared Washington, Ollie Evans and Tammy Mccarley. Filmed by: Charlie Jobling and Tammy Mccarley Edited by: Edd Allen Music: 'Trippin' by Zion I, 'Almost Cut My Hair' by Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young and 'Promised Land' by Edan Web: http://www.federalbikes.com Twitter: http://twitter.com/#!/federalbmx Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/federalbikes Links: www.seventies.co.uk

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      • Dusty Springfield - Something for nothing (Ruud's Extended Mix)

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        The song 'Something for nothing' is taken from Dusty Springfields's sixth studio album 'A Brand New Me'. The album was recorded in late 1969 at the Sigma Sound Studios in Philadelphia and is the only one of Springfield's albums that was ever recorded featuring songs by the same production team for a whole album. Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff (who would later found Philadelphia International Records (PIR)), who also wrote many songs on the album, went on to have success with many groups and singers in the '70s, among them Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes, The O'Jays, MFSB and The Three Degrees. MFSB - the house band of PIR - recorded an instrumental version of 'Something for nothing'. I took both the vocal and the instrumental version and used bits and pieces to create my own extended version of 'Something for nothing'. No copyright infringement intended. Enjoy!

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        • Eddie Holman - A night to remember (Ruud's Extended Moulton Edit)

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          Eddie Holman is an American singer and recording artist. He is best known for his 1970 hit song "Hey There Lonely Girl". After singing with the Philadelphia groups The Delfonics and The Stylistics, Holman finally struck personal gold in 1970 with his ballad, "Hey There Lonely Girl". In 1977, Eddie had a brief resurgence in popularity with his last two hit singles, "This Will Be A Night To Remember" and "You Make My Life Complete". I took the Tom Moulton mix of 'A night to remember' and edited that version. Although the song was released on the Salsoul label, it could easily have been a TSOP release. The song sounds very, very 'Philly'. Enjoy my extended Moulton edit. No copyright infringement intended!

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          • The Three Degrees - Happy birthday (Ruud's Edit)

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            Here's my edit of The Three Degrees rendition of Stevie Wonder's 'happy birthday' (the full version is avaliable on I-Tunes). No copyright infringement intended.

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            • Chung Family Home Movies: 60's and 70's

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              This is an edit cut from over 80 minutes of footage shot originally on the Super 8 film format by my father during the late 60's thru the late 70's.

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              • Semester i Norge 1977 och Danmark 1978

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                • Grace Jones - That's the trouble (Ruud's Extended Mix)

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                  Having enjoyed a successful modelling career in Paris and New York in the early 1970s, Grace Jones released a series of singles throughout 1975-1976. She secured a record deal with Island Records in 1977 and found wider recognition only with her debut Island LP, Portfolio. The album was recorded and mixed in Sigma Sound Studios in Philadelphia, and released in autumn 1977 as the first of three albums made with the legendary disco record producer Tom Moulton. Side one of the original vinyl album is a continuous disco medley covering three songs from Broadway musicals, "Send in the Clowns" by Stephen Sondheim from A Little Night Music, "What I Did for Love" from A Chorus Line and "Tomorrow" from Annie. Side two opens with Jones' very personal re-interpretation of Édith Piaf's "La Vie en rose" and continues with three new recordings, two of which have been co-written by Jones herself. I took the song 'That's the trouble' and extended it a bit. No copyright infringement intended. Enjoy!

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                  • The Pointer Sisters - I need you (Ruud's Definitive Extended Mix)

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                    The Pointer Sisters are an American R&B recording act from Oakland, California that achieved mainstream success during the 1970s and 1980s. Spanning over three decades, their repertoire has included such diverse genres as pop, disco, jazz, electronic music, bebop, blues, soul, funk, dance, country and rock. In 1983, the Pointer Sisters released what became their biggest-selling album ever with 'Break Out'. With the advent of MTV the sisters were able to exploit their visual style and extend their audience. In 1984 they achieved four Billboard Hot 100 top 10 singles in a row. "Automatic" reached #5; "Jump (for My Love)" reached #3; a remix of "I'm So Excited" was added to the album almost a year into its shelf life and reached #9; and another single from the album, "Neutron Dance", also featured on the Beverly Hills Cop soundtrack, reached #6. "I Need You" had been the lead single from the album, and was a significant R&B hit, peaking at #13 on the Black Singles charts. I extended the song a bit and created a video clip (sorry I couldn't get the lipps synchronized since I used a live performance for the video). No copyright infringement intended. Enjoy!

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                    • Make a Macrame Plant Holder with Cathy Callahan on Creativebug

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                      Learn the simple satisfaction of creating knotted designs. Cathy will teach you how to use simple knots to create twists and movement in a macramé plant hanger made modern with vivid colors. You’ll learn the fundamentals of macramé, which can be applied and adapted to all kinds of projects, from jewelry to home décor. http://www.creativebug.com/workshops/macrame-plant-hanger http://www.creativebug.com/instructors/cathy-callahan

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