Friday, January 13, 2012
Friday Features, Part Deux
In this week's edition of Friday Features on the MPL YouTube Channel, let's see what's currently being watched:
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You may access these (and our other 226) videos by going to our various playlists under the "videos" tab on the Library's YouTube home page. There's also an option to browse all uploaded videos.
Should we include one of the current top ten? This book trailer has been particularly active over the past 24 hours.
We sure have fun making these things. We hope you enjoy watching them.
Where's My Videos in the Top 10 List? Just Asking,
Cauli Le Chat
MPL Roving Reporter
Video News Beat
P.S. Talking about our book trailer for The Path of the Pole, by Charles Hapgood, I am reminded of "Shake, Rattle and Roll" (1954), first recorded by Big Joe Turner (1911-1985) and composed by Jesse Stone (under the pseudonym Charles E. Calhoun). This version is the remastered original studio recording. Turner's career began in blues during the 1920s, and he continued releasing material and performing into the 1980s. Rock-and-roll as we know it would probably never have happened without his many important contributions.