A driver for Butler transport got caught in high winds here in Kansas and narrowly avoided flipping over with some great driving skill. KCTV5 stopped by here at Apex CDL Institute to talk about the incident.
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Work hard, make money, send your kids to college, retire to Florida. it sounds nice in theory, but the reality of work in America is dramatically different from the American Dream we've all been taught to believe in.
The Emersons is shocked to learn that Andrew is dating a younger woman who looks exactly like Roc's and Joey's dead mother. The brothers accuse their father of risking his health by going to wild parties with her. But will Andrew listen to reason in his pursuit of love and happiness?
Chic - I Want Your Love country of origin: Black america:New York City, New York Music Genre:Disco
I Want Your Love is the 1979 single from the second album C'est Chic released in 1978 by Chic. The song reached number one on the Billboard Dance Club Songs in November 1978 and number five on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart in June 1979.] It peaked at number seven on the Billboard Hot 100 in May 1979 and remained on the chart for 19 weeks. In the United Kingdom, it reached number four on the UK Singles chart the highest position of any Chic singles and spent 11 weeks on the chart.
Stacy Lattisaw - Jump To The Beat country of origin: Black America:Washington D.C. Music Genre: BPM :Style Disco tempo Jump To The Beat was the first single from the second album Let Me Be Your Angel is the second studio album by teen bopper Stacy Lattisaw. Stacy Lattisaw was only 13 years old when Jump to the Beat was released in May 1980. It Charted at No 1 at the U.S. Dance Charts . It also became a big hit during the summer of 1980 in the UK, where it peaked at No.3 in July and was a strong top ten to top twenty performer in other european countries.
Cherelle - I Didnt Mean To Turn You On country of origin Black America: Los Angeles Music Genre: BPM. Style : Minneapolis Sound
I Didn't Mean to Turn You On" is the 1984 single from the debut album Fragile by Cherelle The single peaked in the charts at position 8. and the Dance Charts at position 6 Cherelle's fashion style in this video ended up being copied by white artist Madonna whom many people mistakenly credit for it being the pioneer, when she did not start to sport the scarlet glove and that style of fashion until the end of 84 into 1985. This is why TMC moderators dub Cherelle as The Black Madonna, but more on this later.
The song was written and produced by Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis one of the first songs that helped the due become a dominant force in the world of Black Popular Music and the Music Industry. It was also part of the (only) successful expansion of the Minneapolis Sound pioneered by Prince and his staple as their style and influence started to spread outside of their area and into the wider Music world of Black america mainstream culture.
Amerie - 1 Thing country of origin: Black America:Washington, D.C. Music Genre: Genre: RnB :Style Swing GoGo
1 Thing is the first single from the second album Touch by Amerie released in 2005. The song is influenced by go-go rhythms and features a prominent sample of The Meters' 1970 funk recording of "Oh, Calcutta! The song was released in 2005, and is the only single from the soundtrack to the 2005 romantic comedy film Hitch. The song charted at number one on the U.S. R&B singles chart. Its digitaldownload and ringtone releases were each certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America. 1 Thing received acclaim from critics, and peaked at number eight on the Billboard Hot 100 and number four in the United Kingdom, becoming Amerie's first top ten single and her biggest hit to date.
The song earned Amerie a Grammy Award nomination for Best Female R&B Vocal Performance at the 2006 Grammy Awards, and was also nominated for best R&B track at teen choice awards 2005.
Bobby Hebb - Sunny country of origin: Black america Nashville, Tennessee, Music Genre:Soul :Style Soul Jazz Sunny was the first single from artist Bobby Hebb who wrote the song. The song was inspired from a series of tragic events in Bobby's personal life as well as tragic events in public life after the assassination of the president in the early sixties. Bobby Hebb's songwriting and his melody help make the single reach the top positions of the american charts as well as crossing over into and on the U.S. Pop chart together with the optimistic lyrics, came from the artist's desire to express that one should always "look at the bright side.
The Supremes - You Keep Me Hangin On country of origin: Black America:Detroit Music Genre:Soul Pop/ BPM :Style Motown Sound "You Keep Me Hangin' On" was the first single taken from the Supremes' 1967 album The Supremes Sing Holland–Dozier–Holland. The song became the group's eighth number 1 single when it topped the R&B Singles chart as well as white america mainstream Billboard Hot 100 pop singles chart for two weeks in the United States from November 13, 1966, through November 27, 1966. It peaked at number 8 in the UK Singles Chart.
You Keep Me Hangin' On was originally recorded in 1966 by the Supremes for the Motown label. The single is rooted in proto-funk and rhythm and blues, compared to the Supremes' previous single, "You Can't Hurry Love," which uses the call and response elements akin to gospel. The song's signature guitar part is said to have originated from a Morse code-like radio sound effect, typically used before a news announcement, heard by Lamont Dozier. Dozier collaborated with Brian and Eddie Holland to integrate the idea into a single. Many elements of the recording, including the guitars, the drums, and Diana Ross's vocals were multitracked. Florence Ballard has a brief solo vocal during the bridge of the song (following Diana Ross' line, "There ain't nothin I can do about it...wo-wo-wo") where she sings the lines "Set me free, why don't cha babe. Get out my life, why don't cha babe."Which became one of the famous lines of the song.
Vanity - Pretty Mess country of origin: Black Canada: Niagara Falls, Ontario, Music Genre: BPM: Style : Tempo 80s Pretty Mess is the 1984 first single released by Black Canadian singer and former Prince protege , Vanity formally of girl group Vanity 6. The song was the lead single in support of her debut solo album, Wild Animal released by Motown Records. The single peaked at No. 15 on the Hot Black Singles Charts and No. 13 on the Hot Dance Club Play charts.
Grandmaster Flash & The Furious Five - The Message country of origin Black America: New York: South Bronx Music Genre: Rap. Style : Hip Hop
The Message was the 1982 single from the first album of the same name by pioneering rap group, Grandmaster Flash & The Furious Five. It reached the top five in several countries and peaked at no 4 in the R&B chart. "The Message" is credited to be one of the early rap songs to achieve mainstream success and the first prominent hip hop song to provide a social commentary rather than the self-congratulatory boasting or party chants of earlier hip hop anthems.
The group consisted of members, Grandmaster Flash, Melle Mel, The Kidd Creole , Keith Cowboy, Mr. Ness, Scorpio and Rahiem
Solid is the single from the eleventh studio album of the same name recorded by African American vocal duo Ashford & Simpson. Solid became the songwriting duo's biggest hit as performers peaking at No 1 and held that position for three weeks in the RnB Singles Charts also known at the time the Hot Black Singles charts in 1984.
A cruel white slaveowner trains his slave to become a prized fighter in order to save his rundown plantation but their lives interwine into a deadly conclusion among the backdrop of oppression and white depravity...Starring Ken Norton,Brenda Sykes,Earl Maynard,Debbi Morgan,Durwyn Robinson,Lillian Hayman,Ji-Tu Cumbuka and Richard Ward.
Based on the life of Blues composer Will Handy whose love for the Blues is at odds with his father intrests who wants his son to only use his musical gifts only in church, but he can't stay away from the music of the streets and workers. Starring Nat "King" Cole, Pearl Bailey,Ruby Dee, Cab Calloway, Ella Fitzgerald, Barney Bigard, Mahalia Jackson and Eartha Kitt.
An idealistic first-year elementary school teacher tries to reach out to a ten year old student whom everyone dismisses as being a backward child. Starring Dorothy Dandridge, Philip Hepburn, Harry Belafonte, Barbara Ann Sanders, Robert Horton, Maidie Norman, Rene Beard, Howard McNeeley Robert McNeeley, Patti Marie Ellis.
A light skinned man who has been passing for white in another town returns home for a visit to see his Mother and Sister,but when he learns that his sister is betrothed to a dark skinned man he intervenes with his mother's blessing and plots to marry her off to a elitist white family by forcing her to pass for white..which she struggles with. Starring Walter Fleming, Lucille Lewis, Carl Mahon, Laura Bowman, Lorenzo Tucker, Lawrence Chenault and Barrington Guy.
Three specialists who prevent white supremacists from tainting the U.S. water supply with a toxin that's only harmful to black people. Starring Fred Williamson, Jim Brown, and Jim Kelly The first in a trilogy of films that starred three of the biggest black movie action stars.
The !!!! Beat (TV Program) Vol 6 # Show 25 (1966) 1. Intro By Hoss Allen, including The Beat Theme 2. Freddie King - See See Rider 3. Little Milton - I'd Rather Drink Muddy Water 4. Little Milton - Believe In Me 5. The Beat Boys - Apple Dumpling 6. Veniece Starks - Get You Out Of My Mind 7. Joe Simon - Woke Up This Morning 8. Joe Simon - Crying In The Chapel 9. The Beat Boys - Philly Dog 10. Freddie King - Funny Bone 11. Freddie King - Hide Away
1. Intro By Hoss Allen, including The Beat Theme 2. The Four Ms - Monkey Time 3. Joe Simon - A Teenager's Prayer 4. Joe Simon - Long Hot Summer 5. Johnny Jones - Soul Drag 6. Eva Larse - All I Could Do Was Cry 7. Freddie King - She Put The Whammy On Me 8. Freddie King - San-Ho-Zay 9. The Beat Boys - Good Good Lovin' 10. Earl Gaines - It's Love Baby 11. The Beat Boys - Ram-Bunk-Shush 12. Advertisement For The !!!! Beat #24
The !!!! Beat (TV Program) Vol 5 # Show 21 Year 1966 1. Intro By Hoss Allen, including The Beat Theme 2. Bobby Hebb - Got You On My Mind 3. Lou Rawls - If I Had My Life To Live Over Again 4. Lou Rawls - Instant Blues 5. The Beat Boys - Philly Dog 6. Gerri Hall - You Can Make It If You Try 7. Bobby Hebb - Sunny 8. The Beat Boys - In The Mid Night Hour 9. Jimmy Church - Day Tripper 10. Advertisement For The !!!! Beat #22
The !!!! Beat (TV Program) Vol 4 Show #16 Recorded Year 1966 1. Intro by Hoss Allen, including The Beat Theme 2. Clarence 'Frogman' Henry - I Ain't Got No Home 3. Gwen Davis - I Can't Be Your Part Time Baby 4. Robert Parker - Barefootin' 5. The Beat Boys - Teddy Bear 6. Jimmy Church - I Don't Care Who Knows 7. Lattimore Brown - I Know That I'm Gonna Miss You 8. Lattimore Brown - Treat Her Like A Lady 9. Gatemouth Brown - Blues For Cochise 10. Clarence 'Frogman' Henry - I Don't Know Why I Love you 11. Clarence 'Frogman' Henry - New Orleans March
The !!!! Beat (TV Program) Vol 4 Show #15 Recorded Year 1966 1. Intro by Hoss Allen, including The Beat Theme 2. Louis Jordan & The Tympany Five - Caldonia 3. Louis Jordan & The Tympany Five - G.I. Jive 4. Louis Jordan & The Tympany Five (w/Martha) - All I Do Is Dream 5. Louis Jordan & The Tympany Five - Ram-Bunk-Shush 6. Louis Jordan & The Tympany Five - Don't Let The Sun Catch You Cryin' 7. Freddie King - Sittin' On The Boat Dock 8. Freddie King & Gatemouth Brown - Funky Mama
Night Train was produced in Nashville from TV station WLAC Channel 5 and aired from 1964 - 1967. The show was hosted by Noble Blackwell. On this edition we have the talents of Buddy and Stacey, Jimmy Church, The Avons, Spidels, Tony Clarke, Pamela Releford and several other acts.
Angela Davis makes her first national television appearance in an exclusive interview with Tony Brown, following her recent acquittal of charges of kidnapping, murder and conspiracy after the San Rafael courtroom shootout.