Ringo Starr - Live at the Mohegan Sun - 16. Frankenstein (Edgar Winter) July 16th 2006. "Frankenstein" is a rock instrumental by The Edgar Winter Group from their album They Only Come Out At Night. In live performances of the song, Edgar Winter further pioneered the advancement of the synthesizer as a lead instrument by becoming the first person ever to strap a keyboard instrument around his neck, giving him the on-stage mobility and audience interaction of guitar players. The song topped the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart for a week starting in May 1973, and sold over one million copies.
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The jungle’s layers are peeled back to dissect more amazing moments of impact. Stealth and ambush reign in the jungle and survival depends on highly tuned senses and ingenious defenses. From ninja ants to flying snakes, cameras dive underwater, sail through trees and penetrate fur, feathers, skin and bone to reveal the science of some amazing animal engineering hidden deep in the jungle. This film premiered April 11, 2010.
Very few people understand how "public key encryption" works.
In 2004 the original members were invited to sing in Atlantic City for "Magic Moments- the best of 50's Pop" (PBS). The Diamonds were a Canadian vocal quartet of the 1950s and early 1960s who rose to prominence performing mostly cover versions of songs by black musicians. The original members were Dave Somerville (lead), Ted Kowalski (tenor), Phil Levitt (baritone), and Bill Reed (bass).
A Dutch TV-show challenged magician Hans Klok and the "Divas of Magic" to do as many illusions as possible in 5 minutes. Hans Klok is one of the world's best illusionists with lightening fast illusions that leave audience members scratching their heads. According to his fellow magicians, Klok’s illusions are fast even by illusionist standards, considerably adding to Klok’s growing appeal.