The Blues Brothers



1. The Blues Brothers Mixtape (feat. Philippe Hänni) 2011

Listen, Download & feel free to spread the Word! http://soundcloud.com/princeboogie/the-blues-brothers-mixtape Original Song Tracklist: Intro - The Blues Brothers Movie Everybody Needs Somebody To Love - The Blues Brothers I Need A Dollar - Aloe Blacc C.R.E.A.M. - Wu Tang Clan Comptine d'un autre été - Yann Tiersen J'Y Suis Jamais Alle - Yann Tiersen Just A Friend - Biz Markie Empire State of Mind (feat. Alicia Keys) - Jay Z NY Shit - Busta Rhymes Shamboozie - Bob James Billie Jean - Michael Jackson Don't Stop Believin - Journey Kids - MGMT Bromance (Aviciis Arena Mix) - Tim Berg


2. The Blues Brothers - Rawhide

The Blues Brothers - Rawhide edited by CAPPYNJ


3. The Blues Brothers ( filming location ) Belushi Aykroyd Landis 1980

  • Published: 2011-08-22T20:53:41+00:00
  • Duration: 901
  • By Herve Attia

FOLLOW ME ON FACEBOOK http://www.facebook.com/pages/On-The-Set-The-Movie-Filming-Locations-Channel/142496402443046 The Blues Brothers is a 1980 musical comedy film directed by John Landis and starring John Belushi and Dan Aykroyd as "Joliet" Jake and Elwood Blues, characters developed from a musical sketch on the NBC variety series Saturday Night Live. It features musical numbers by R&B and soul singers James Brown, Cab Calloway, Aretha Franklin, Ray Charles, and John Lee Hooker. The film is set in and around Chicago, Illinois, and also features non-musical supporting performances by John Candy, Carrie Fisher, Charles Napier, and Henry Gibson. The story is a tale of redemption for paroled convict Jake (Belushi) and his brother Elwood (Aykroyd), who take on "a mission from God" to save from foreclosure the Catholic orphanage in which they grew up. To do so they must reunite their rhythm and blues band, The Blues Brothers, and organize a performance to earn $5,000 to pay the tax assessor. Along the way they are targeted by a destructive "mystery woman", Nazis, and a country and western band—all while being relentlessly pursued by the police. Much of the film was shot on location in and around Chicago, Illinois between July and October 1979. The first traffic stop was in Park Ridge, Illinois. The mall car chase was filmed in the real, albeit abandoned, Dixie Square Mall in Harvey.[9] The bridge jump was filmed on an actual drawbridge, the 95th Street bridge over the Calumet River, on the southeast side of Chicago. The main entrance to Wrigley Field (and its sign reading "Save lives. Drive safely, prevent fires.") makes a brief appearance when the "Illinois Nazis" visit it after Elwood falsely registers the ball field's location, 1060 West Addison, as his home address on his driver's license. (Elwood's Illinois driver's license number is an almost-valid encoded number, with Dan Aykroyd's own birth date embedded). The other chase scenes included Lower Wacker Drive, Lake Street and Richard J. Daley Center. In the final car chase scene, the production actually dropped a Ford Pinto, representing the one driven by the "Illinois Nazis," from a helicopter at an altitude of more than a mile—and had to gain a Special Airworthiness Certificate from the Federal Aviation Administration to do it. The FAA was concerned that the car could prove too aerodynamic in a high-altitude drop, and pose a threat to nearby buildings. The shot leading up to the car drop, where the "Illinois Nazis" drive off a freeway ramp, was shot in Milwaukee, Wisconsin near the Hoan Bridge on Interstate 794. The Lake Freeway (North) was a planned but not completed 6-lane freeway and I-794 contained an unfinished ramp that the Nazis drove off. Several Milwaukee skyscrapers are visible in the background as the Bluesmobile flips over, notably the U.S. Bank Center. The "Palace Hotel Ballroom," where the band performs its climactic concert, was at the time of filming a country club, but later became the South Shore Cultural Center, named after the Chicago neighborhood in which it is located. The interior concert scenes were filmed in the Hollywood Palladium. The filming in downtown Chicago was conducted on Sundays during the summer of 1979, and much of the downtown was cordoned off from the public. Costs for filming the largest scene in the city's history, totaled $3.5 million. Permission was given after Belushi and Aykroyd offered to donate $50,000 to charity after filming. Although the Bluesmobile was allowed to be driven through the Daley Center lobby, special breakaway panes were temporarily substituted for the normal glass in the building.The speeding car caused $7,650 in damages to 35 granite pavers and a bronze air grille in the building. Interior shots of the elevator, staircase, and assessor's office were all re-created in a filmset for filming. http://www.bluesbrotherscentral.com/locations/


4. The Frontier Brothers - Jump Blues (a music video in TILT SHIFT)

  • Published: 2009-01-22T22:30:11+00:00
  • Duration: 193
  • By Thinq Design

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5. Oscar & Benjamin - The Blues Brothers

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6. The Blues Brothers ( filming location ) Belushi Aykroyd Landis 1980

  • Published: 2013-11-17T23:30:42+00:00
  • Duration: 901
  • By Herve Attia

FOLLOW ME ON FACEBOOK http://www.facebook.com/pages/On-The-Set-The-Movie-Filming-Locations-Channel/142496402443046 The Blues Brothers is a 1980 musical comedy film directed by John Landis and starring John Belushi and Dan Aykroyd as "Joliet" Jake and Elwood Blues, characters developed from a musical sketch on the NBC variety series Saturday Night Live. It features musical numbers by R&B and soul singers James Brown, Cab Calloway, Aretha Franklin, Ray Charles, and John Lee Hooker. The film is set in and around Chicago, Illinois, and also features non-musical supporting performances by John Candy, Carrie Fisher, Charles Napier, and Henry Gibson. The story is a tale of redemption for paroled convict Jake (Belushi) and his brother Elwood (Aykroyd), who take on "a mission from God" to save from foreclosure the Catholic orphanage in which they grew up. To do so they must reunite their rhythm and blues band, The Blues Brothers, and organize a performance to earn $5,000 to pay the tax assessor. Along the way they are targeted by a destructive "mystery woman", Nazis, and a country and western band—all while being relentlessly pursued by the police. Much of the film was shot on location in and around Chicago, Illinois between July and October 1979. The first traffic stop was in Park Ridge, Illinois. The mall car chase was filmed in the real, albeit abandoned, Dixie Square Mall in Harvey.[9] The bridge jump was filmed on an actual drawbridge, the 95th Street bridge over the Calumet River, on the southeast side of Chicago. The main entrance to Wrigley Field (and its sign reading "Save lives. Drive safely, prevent fires.") makes a brief appearance when the "Illinois Nazis" visit it after Elwood falsely registers the ball field's location, 1060 West Addison, as his home address on his driver's license. (Elwood's Illinois driver's license number is an almost-valid encoded number, with Dan Aykroyd's own birth date embedded). The other chase scenes included Lower Wacker Drive, Lake Street and Richard J. Daley Center. In the final car chase scene, the production actually dropped a Ford Pinto, representing the one driven by the "Illinois Nazis," from a helicopter at an altitude of more than a mile—and had to gain a Special Airworthiness Certificate from the Federal Aviation Administration to do it. The FAA was concerned that the car could prove too aerodynamic in a high-altitude drop, and pose a threat to nearby buildings. The shot leading up to the car drop, where the "Illinois Nazis" drive off a freeway ramp, was shot in Milwaukee, Wisconsin near the Hoan Bridge on Interstate 794. The Lake Freeway (North) was a planned but not completed 6-lane freeway and I-794 contained an unfinished ramp that the Nazis drove off. Several Milwaukee skyscrapers are visible in the background as the Bluesmobile flips over, notably the U.S. Bank Center. The "Palace Hotel Ballroom," where the band performs its climactic concert, was at the time of filming a country club, but later became the South Shore Cultural Center, named after the Chicago neighborhood in which it is located. The interior concert scenes were filmed in the Hollywood Palladium. The filming in downtown Chicago was conducted on Sundays during the summer of 1979, and much of the downtown was cordoned off from the public. Costs for filming the largest scene in the city's history, totaled $3.5 million. Permission was given after Belushi and Aykroyd offered to donate $50,000 to charity after filming. Although the Bluesmobile was allowed to be driven through the Daley Center lobby, special breakaway panes were temporarily substituted for the normal glass in the building.The speeding car caused $7,650 in damages to 35 granite pavers and a bronze air grille in the building. Interior shots of the elevator, staircase, and assessor's office were all re-created in a filmset for filming. http://www.bluesbrotherscentral.com/locations/



8. THE BLACK BLUES BROTHERS - CIRCOEDINTORNI

  • Published: 2014-08-25T15:01:17+00:00
  • Duration: 329
  • By CIRCOEDINTORNI

If you are experiencing problems displaying the video, write to info@circoedintorni.it Cinque acrobati africani con il ritmo e l'energia nel sangue fanno rivivere il mito del divertentissimo Blues Brothers in uno show per tutti. Tra limbo, salti mortali e piramidi umane fatevi travolgere dalla trascinante e coinvolgente carica di questa band composta da equilibristi, sbandieratori e giocolieri del fuoco. sulle note della colonna sonora del leggendario film ecco uno spettacolo adatto a un pubblico internazionale, dove a parlare sono la musica e il virtuosismo acrobatico. Sono i Black Blues Brothers: la loro missione è divertirvi!


9. The Blues Brothers 2000 - Funky Nassau

From the movie Blues Brothers 2000 RAPHAEL MUNNINGS WAS BORN ON JULY 7TH. 1947, IN NASSAU, BAHAMAS TO FREDERICK (FM SR.) AND WINIFRED MUNNINGS. THE MUNNINGS, A VERY MUSICAL FAMILY, FREDDIE SR. PLAYED THE SAXOPHONE AND CLARINET. RAPHAEL FIRST PERFORMED ON STAGE AT THE AGE OF FOUR IN THE ‘SILVER SLIPPER CLUB’ ON EAST STREET WITH HIS FATHER AND FELL IN LOVE WITH THE ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESS. RAPHAEL’S LOVE FOR MUSIC WAS ENHANCED DURING HIS EARLY YEARS BECAUSE OF HIS EXPOSURE TO ALL THE INTERNATIONAL ARTISTS THAT APPEARED LIVE AT HIS FATHER’S NIGHTCLUB, THE WORLD RENOWN ‘CAT & FIDDLE’, ARTISTS SUCH AS NAT KING COLE, HARRY BELAFONTE, JERRY BUTLER, ARETHA FRANKLIN, THE IMPRESSIONS, JAMES BROWN AND THE LIST GOES ON. BEING INSPIRED BY ALL THESE PERFORMERS, RAPHAEL SAID “I WANT TO BE JUST LIKE THAT ONE DAY”. WHILE ATTENDING ST. JOHN’S COLLEGE (HIGH SCHOOL) IN NASSAU, RAPHAEL FORMED A GROUP ‘THE VIBRATIONS’ WHICH PERFORMED AT ALL THE LOCAL CLUBS AND EVENTS OF THE DAY. ‘THE VIBRATIONS’ MEMBERS WERE ATHAMA BOWE, OSWALD BROWN, ROBERT ‘SMITTIE’ SMITH AND JOINED LATER BY COUSINS, RICHARD MUNNINGS AND TYRONE ‘DR. OFFFFF’ FITZGERALD. AFTER GRADUATING FROM HIGH SCHOOL, RAPHAEL WAS GIVEN A CLUB ‘THE GHANA ROOM’ BY HIS FATHER WHICH HE RENAMED THE ‘LION’S DEN’. THE CLUB BECAME VERY POPULAR BUT RAPHAEL DECIDED TO ADVANCE HIS CAREER, CLOSED THE CLUB AND FORMED ANOTHER GROUP, ROY MUNNINGS - GUITAR, FRANK ‘BUD’ MUNNINGS - DRUMS, FRED HENFIELD - BASS GUITAR AND RAPHAEL – VOCALS AND KEYBOARD , THE GROUP KNOWN AS ‘THE BEGINNING OF THE END’. AFTER MANY MONTHS OF HARD WORK, THEY PRODUCED A SONG CALLED ‘FUNKY NASSAU’. THE SONG WAS WRITTEN BY RAPHAEL AND HIS COUSIN TYRONE ‘DR. OFFFFF’ FITZGERALD IN LATE 1970 WHICH BECAME A MILLION SELLER, AN INSTANT HIT WORLDWIDE. THIS WAS THE DIPLOMA AFTER GRADUATING FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF THE CAT & FIDDLE. ‘FUNKY NASSAU’, A 45 RECORD BECAME THE #1 SONG IN THE BAHAMAS AND SOON WAS PICKED UP BY HENRY STONE OF ALSTON RECORDS, A MIAMI BASED COMPANY AND THE REST AS THEY SAY IS HISTORY. ‘FUNKY NASSAU’ STARTED IN FLORIDA QUICKLY BECOMING THE #1 ON WMBM RADIO STATION, WAS PICKED UP BY ATLANTIC RECORDS FOR WORLD WIDE DISTRIBUTION, WAS CHARTED BY BILLBOARD, CASHBOX AND RECORD WORLD AND WENT TO THE TOP 10 OF ALL MUSIC CHARTS CROSSING OVER FROM THE R&B TO POP CHARTS. THIS ALL STARTED IN MARCH 1971 AND BY JULY EVERY RADIO STATION IN THE UNITED STATES WAS PLAYING ‘FUNKY NASSAU’. ALTHOUGH THE SONG TOPPED ALL OF THE INTERNATIONAL RECORD CHARTS, THE GROUP NEVER TOURED. RAPHAEL THEN DECIDED TO PERFORM SOLO. HE PERFORMED AT ALL OF THE TOP HOTELS IN THE BAHAMAS AND THEN RELOCATED TO MIAMI BEACH ALSO WORKING AT TOP HOTELS FOR 3 YEARS. HE NOW DECIDED IT WAS AN OPPORTUNE TIME TO WORK IN ATLANTIC CITY AND LAS VEGAS AND THEN THE WORLD. RAPHAEL TOURED FOR ABOUT 10 YEARS AND DURING THIS TIME HE ANNUALLY PERFORMED IN NEW ORLEANS AT THE JAZZ & HERITAGE FESTIVAL WINNING THOUSAND OF LOYAL FANS AND WHERE HE WAS AWARDED A KEY TO THE CITY. DURING THIS TIME RAPHAEL WORKED WITH MANY TOP ENTERTAINERS AND MUSICIANS. RAPHAEL HAS 3 ALBUMS TO HIS CREDIT, ‘FUNKY NASSAU’, ‘THE BEGINNING OF THE END’ AND ‘IT CAN HAPPEN TO YOU’.


10. The Blues Brothers Rawhide Music Video

  • Published: 2016-06-26T14:16:23+00:00
  • Duration: 181
  • By HaphazardStuff

The Blues Brothers sing the classic TV theme song Rawhide


11. Laurel and Hardy vs. The Blues Brothers

  • Published: 2012-03-06T22:11:52+00:00
  • Duration: 117
  • By Chris Ivory

Ollie and Stan, in their most famous dance in the film Way Out West (1939) never knew how perfectly they danced to one of the Blues Brothers' most iconic tracks.


12. Brothers Blue by Mike Yamada

  • Published: 2016-06-29T23:41:45+00:00
  • Duration: 194
  • By West Studio

Brothers Blue is a concept of two inseparable warriors determined to hold their ground against unknown intruders threatening their peaceful village. BIOGRAPHY Mike Yamada is a multidisciplinary artist currently working at Walt Disney Animation Studios after working nearly a decade at Dreamworks Animation. He is passionate about sharing his knowledge and has instructed and lectured at many art schools, design firms, and animation studios around the world. In his personal time, he is devoted to brewing the perfect cup of coffee, reading, illustrating, and his cat.


13. The Original Blues Brothers Band - Everybody needs somebody to love

  • Published: 2014-02-19T14:58:19+00:00
  • Duration: 290
  • By Camp de Base

The Original Blues Brothers Band est bien vivant. Les membres d’origine choisis par John Belushi et Dan Aykroyd ont développé un rhythm & blues et ont émergé comme une entité puissante. C’est un véritable show made in USA qui nous replonge dans le film qui les a mis sur le devant de la scène : chant, danse, jeu d’acteur... Et les musiciens n’ont rien à envier aux Aretha Franklin, Ray Charles ou James Brown qui apparaissent dans le film. Vous retrouverez sur scène les grands Steve Cropper à la guitare (qui a collaboré aux plus grands tubes d’Otis Redding, Wilson Pickett, Sam & Dave, Booker T & the MG’s) et Lou Marini au saxophone (Saturday Night Live, Joe Cocker, Ray Charles, Chuck Berry, Jimmy Cliff, Aretha Franklin...) et tous leurs acolytes enflammant le public avec tous les grands tubes soul qui ont fait le succès du film.


14. The Blues Brothers - She Caught the Katy - BASS COVER


15. The Avett Brothers - November Blue

Promo video for a track from their 2006 album "The Gleam".


16. Old Meets New: Big Mac vs Young Mac

  • Published: 2013-08-02T14:57:50+00:00
  • Duration: 209
  • By Kidston.TV

An empty autostrada, two McLarens and a glamorous destination. As the Blues Brothers once said, "Hit it!"


17. BLUES BROTHERS - Animated Portrait

  • Published: 2016-09-20T00:37:35+00:00
  • Duration: 30
  • By Mike Roberts

Here's an animated portrait of the BLUES BROS.


18. Blues Brothers- Soul Man (SNL)

  • Published: 2014-07-25T02:22:45+00:00
  • Duration: 248
  • By Cole Williams

I don't own shit.


19. Middle Brother "Blue Eyes"

  • Published: 2011-04-19T00:01:48+00:00
  • Duration: 234
  • By Sean Smith

Here is a second song from Middle Brother’s self-titled debut, recorded live at Relix. Posted on Relix.com on 4/15/2011.


20. The Blues Brother

  • Published: 2014-05-14T00:00:27+00:00
  • Duration: 368
  • By NW Documentary

The Blues Brother by Kirsten Rudberg A chance meeting at a Eugene hotel in 1977 led to the creation of a classic film, and a resurgence of the Blues. Meet the man who inspired John Belushi and "The Blues Brothers."


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