Watch David Bowie Perform ‘Oh! You Pretty Things’ In Special 1972 Performance [HD Video]

first_imgFrom the Best of Bowie DVD, this video was recorded on February 8, 1972 for The Old Grey Whistle Test on BBC, though it wasn’t broadcasted until over ten years later. The song was written by David Bowie in 1971 for the album Hunky Dory and features simple piano playing with powerful lyrics that question the dedication of present society.Ten years into his career, Bowie was entering his Ziggy Stardust stage and influencing popular culture to join his trends of anti-traditionalism. “Oh! You Pretty Things” invokes concepts of the ever-evolving races of humanity, providing images of strangers joining to better understand the state of society, with refrain lyrics like “You gotta make way for the Homo Superior” and ongoing urges to “wake up” and think about “the world to come.”Watch the uplifting performance below:Tedeschi Trucks Band included the Bowie song as a bonus track on their most recent album Let Me Get By. Watch a live version below:last_img read more

CUNA engaged with housing finance, cybersecurity hearings

first_img 9SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr With only the Senate in session this week, CUNA is engaged in a number of Congressional hearings this week, including one that will examine the status of the housing finance system. On Thursday, the Senate Banking Committee will conduct a hearing titled “The Status the Housing Finance System after 9 Years of Conservatorship.”The hearing’s sole witness will be Mel Watt, director of the Federal Housing Finance Agency.CUNA supports housing finance reform proposals to reform the secondary mortgage market that would ensure credit unions have equal access to a well-regulated and well-capitalized secondary market and preserve borrowers’ access to a variety of affordable mortgage products.CUNA will send a letter for the record of the hearing, which will take place Thursday at 10 a.m. (ET).CUNA is also engaged with a Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee hearing titled “Cyber Threats Facing America: An Overview of the Cybersecurity Threat Landscape.” continue reading »last_img read more

Former Special Forces soldier one of Queensland’s top property agents

first_imgClint Hynes is now one of Australasia’s most successful real estate agents.Mr Hynes is deeply involved with the Wandering Warriors charity, which helps ex-commando and SAS servicemen. Clint Hynes of Ray White Oxenford (right) receives his award.A former Australian Special Forces soldier turned Gold Coast property superstar has landed a place on the 2017 A List real estate industry award honour roll. Clint Hynes of Ray White Oxenford was named an A List Excellence award winner, as a top 10 agent who is engaged with his community. Ray White Oxenford agent Clint Hynes in Afghanistan in 2008.More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North2 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa21 hours agoEach year, 150 Queensland agents are revealed as the state’s top performers, using sales data from 16,500 registered salespeople. Ray White Oxenford agent Clint Hynes (left) served four tours in Afghanistan.Mr Hynes told the Gold Coast Bulletin of the toll of military life last year, and detailed histransition from a decorated, 13-year army career in 2012, including four tours of Afghanistan, to fast-rising real estate agent. Clint Hynes on stage at the A List event.He quickly notched up accolades including Ray White’s Queensland Rising Star in his rookie year, and become the fastest agent in the company’s history to reach Elite member status, and Chairman Elite status across its Australasian agencies. The 150 A List recipients gathered in Brisbane for an awards and motivational event.last_img read more

AUDIO: Delta Queens Coach Praises NWFL Board, Sets Sights On NWPL Title

first_imgAudio Playerhttps://www.busybuddiesng.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/Clifford-Aug-22.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Delta Queens coach Clifford Chukwuma has hailed the Nigeria Women Football League board led by Aisha Falode, saying that the Nigeria Women Premier League (NWPL) has improved a lot this season.The regular season – unlike in the past – ran smoothly without any walk over and the media interest in the league also increased to a large extent.And only last week Wednesday (16 August), the first ever NWPL Super Four Championships draw was conducted in a ceremony that was attended by the President of the Nigeria Football Federation, Amaju Melvin Pinnick.“I must tell you it’s been encouraging. There’s a lot of improvement. (As for) refereeing I have never got any course to complain, so we are really happy the way things are going,” Chukwuma stated at the NWPL Super 4 draw ceremony in Lagos.Delta Queens are one of four teams that will clash in Benin City, Edo State for the season-ending Super Four tournament which has been scheduled for 11-16 September.For a team that was in the fifth position in Group B by the end of the first round, it was really surprising to see them finish the regular season as Group leaders – overtaking Nasarawa Amazons in the process. However, it was thanks to their improved showing which saw them remain unbeaten in the second round.Nonetheless, they now have Bayelsa Queens, Rivers Angels and Nasarawa Amazons to wrestle for the title.“There is no intimidation. The four teams are good enough. We are four good teams, the margin between the four teams is not wide, so I think we are good enough to play among them, we are good enough to win the league,” he asserts. RelatedBenin City To Host NWPL Super Four, Three Million Naira On OfferAugust 16, 2017In “Nigeria”AUDIO: Aisha Falode Explains NWPL Super Four PostponementSeptember 8, 2017In “NWL”NWPL Super Four draw set for WednesdayAugust 14, 2017In “Nigeria”last_img read more

Angels reportedly acquire Joc Pederson from Dodgers

first_imgRengifo became expendable when the Angels signed third baseman Anthony Rendon, leaving David Fletcher, Tommy La Stella and Rengifo to compete for time at second base. La Stella could also play some first base.Rengifo, 22, hit .238 with a .685 OPS in 108 games in his rookie season.Pages, 19, was signed out of Cuba in 2018, and opened eyes with an outstanding season in the rookie-level Pioneer League, earning Baseball America’s recognition as the No. 2 prospect in the league in 2019. Pederson, 27, hit .249 with 36 homers and an .876 OPS last season. A left-handed batter, Pederson has one year left before free agency. He is set to make either $9.5 million or $7.75 million in his final year of arbitration, with a hearing set for sometime this month.The Angels had been likely to use Goodwin as their everyday right fielder until Adell is ready. Goodwin hit .262 with 17 homers and a .796 OPS in 2019.Related Articles Pages hit .298 with 19 homers and a 1.049 OPS in 63 games for Ogden.Pages was ranked 23rd by Baseball America in the Dodgers system, and he was likely to be ranked toward the bottom of the top 10 in the Angels’ system, according to Baseball America’s Kyle Glaser. Jose Suarez’s rocky start sinks Angels in loss to Astros Angels’ Mike Trout working on his defense, thanks to Twitter Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorcenter_img Angels’ Shohei Ohtani spending downtime working in outfield Angels offense breaks out to split doubleheader with Astros Angels’ poor pitching spoils an Albert Pujols milestone The Angels are reportedly on the verge of acquiring outfielder Joc Pederson from the Dodgers in a swap for surplus infielder Luís Rengifo.The deal, which was first reported Tuesday but has not yet been announced, will reportedly also include other players, according to ESPN’s Jeff Passan, who first reported Pederson to the Angels. One of the other players reportedly coming back to the Angels is prospect Andy Pages, who had a breakthrough season in rookie ball last summer.The trade would give the Angels a power-laden outfield of Mike Trout, Justin Upton and Pederson. Brian Goodwin would become the fourth outfielder, with top prospect Jo Adell waiting in the wings.The Dodgers moved Pederson just as they were completing a reported deal to bring in Mookie Betts and David Price from Boston in a three-team deal involving Minnesota.last_img read more