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Check out St. Paul and The Broken Bones from Birmingham, AL performing their song 'Call Me' from the 2014 album Half The City. This live performance was filmed in the lobby of the old & abandoned Alabama Theater in downtown Birmingham. Subscribe for the latest OurVinyl performances at http://bit.ly/1FkkrKs You can watch the entire St. Paul and The Broken Bones session at: http://www.ourvinyl.tv/play/st-paul-and-the-broken-bones# Follow OurVinyl: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ourvinyl Twitter: https://twitter.com/ourvinyl Instagram: https://instagram.com/ourvinyl/ SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/ourvinyl Listen To OurVinyl On: Spotify: https://play.spotify.com/user/ourvinyl Follow St. Paul and The Broken Bones: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/St.PaulandTheBrokenBones?fref=ts...
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Antiques Road Trip [BBC] 29 September 2017 Episode 5 Antiques Road Trip, Series 15 Episode 5 of 20 Kate Bliss and Paul Laidlaw's final trip in the sixties Volvo sees them plot a course through Kent before heading for an auction in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. Paul finds himself in Dover and hears about one plucky swimmer who believed bagpipes would help him across the English Channel. Kate, meanwhile, infiltrates a once-top-secret organisation for the afternoon to learn more about their history. The journey ends on a high with an incredible auction in Bury St Edmunds as one expert achieves the highest ever Antiques Road Trip profit. Subscribe & More Videos: https://goo.gl/wwMJtM Thank for watching, Please Like Share And SUBSCRIBE!!! #
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From the author of: http://www.thelaymanspetition.ca/preface-2017-us-federal-election This 15 minute video was produced primarily for the purpose of preserving some personal memories and to pay tribute to Leonard (Chic) Kirby whose generosity and sense of adventure made the project possible.