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Kick back and enjoy over an hour of music from the ’67 Spider-Man Animated Series

Kick back and enjoy over an hour of music from the ’67 Spider-Man Animated Series The sounds of your youth can be a powerful trigger for transporting you back to a moment in your childhood.YouTube user 11db11 has combined all of the background music from the 1967 Spider-Man animated series into one epic fan video.

Here Is A Ridiculously Well Animated Video Game Jazz Band

Here Is A Ridiculously Well Animated Video Game Jazz Band When video games depict a musical performance, they usually half-ass the animations.The drummer waggles his sticks around, the guitarist scrubs at the strings, the sax player sways like a drinking bird.

under 6'6, END YOUR LIFE FAGGOT

under 6'6, END YOUR LIFE FAGGOT 6 mins q Aajust a wants 6' 6, tan guy that has green eyes darkhair, has tattoos but wears suits ,listens to jazz andhip hop , that can cook , who has an awakened spiritand heightened sense of intellect, who is rich, pasthis hoe phase, and strong minded and can deal witha little crazy every now and then without runningaway, he has to like clubbing ilt just as much as helikes hiking, He can like the snow but he can' t love itcause we gotta move to the I: Bahamas one day.,oh and he gotta believe in god 'fit'My birthday is in like 5 days ' Soomo get on it guysfind this dude and bring him to my birthday dinner loltif tait it 3 Commentsd, Like I Comment A Share

Al Jarreau, whose smooth voice introduced the world to Bruce Willis, dead at 76

Al Jarreau, whose smooth voice introduced the world to Bruce Willis, dead at 76 Seven-time Grammy-winning jazz singer Al Jarreau, who transcended genres over a 50-year career, died at a Los Angeles hospital Sunday, just days after announcing his retirement from touring because of exhaustion.Those unfamiliar with his name may remember his iconic voice introducing mainstream TV viewers to Bruce Willis — he sang the theme song to Moonlighting, long before Willis' Die Hard days.