SCAR Satisfaction

After having my mind completely blown by tnoutdoors9s – ".22 LR Tracers Shooting Montage" there was no way that I could go without making a video in his style using my FN SCAR 17S 7.62mm. This doesnt mean Im going to start doing my own Sim-Test videos, Tommy. Opening images is the cover of my owners manual and the SCAR 17S close-ups were made on my reloading bench with a parachute for a backdrop. "Steel and Seething" is royalty free music provided by Kevin MacLeod, Sony Vegas Movie Studio HD Platinum Sony Handycam HDR-CX110


WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) — Keith Richards fans gathered outside a hospital Sunday where the Rolling Stones guitarist was believed to be undergoing treatment for a mild concussion reportedly suffered when he fell out of a palm tree on vacation in Fiji. One newspaper also reported that Richards, 62, got on a Jet Ski after the fall and had another accident. Several Australian and New Zealand media outlets reported the fall from the tree. Band spokeswoman Fran Curtis has said only that Richards was injured earlier this week and flown to New Zealand with his wife, Patti, for observation. Her statement Saturday did not comment on Richards condition or how he was injured. New Zealands Sunday Star-Times provided no details on the Jet Ski crash, but quoted Dr. Uzzel Kanti Dhar as saying that Richards was admitted to Suva Private Hospital spokesman hospital in the Fijian capital on Thursday, the same day he was said to have fallen from the tree. Richards reportedly was airlifted to Aucklands Ascot Hospital later that day. Duty manager Steve Kirby refused to confirm early Sunday that Richards was a patient there, citing the hospitals privacy policy. Fans gathered outside the hospital Sunday, and New Zealands TV3 reported that Richards wife arrived carrying clothes while a security guard carried in three guitar cases. "Nobody likes falling from a height like that, but hes never fallen from grace for me," fan Dave Buchanan told TV3 News. Richards and his wife were staying <b>…<b>

Keith Richards on The Beatles

A few harsh words for John Lennon and "the Fab Four" from the legendary Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards. This was in 1973.

(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction – The Rolling Stones – Guitar and Bass Cover Collaboration

* * This is multi user INTRO video * In case you have annotations turrned OFF, select this hyperlink: * * * Ratings,comments enabled on main video, thanks for watching! * Guitar and bass cover collaboration of the classic "Satisfaction" by The Rolling Stones Lead and rhythm guitars by Gitcover: Bass by iamRottenRon: ——————————————————————————————————————– B-side "The Under Assistant West Coast Promotion Man" (US) and "The Spider and the Fly" (UK) Released 6 June 1965 (US) and 20 August 1965 (UK) Format 7", 12" Recorded 12 May 1965, RCA Studios, Hollywood Genre Rock and roll, hard rock Length 3:44 Label London 45-LON 9766 (US) Decca F12220 (UK) Writer(s) JaggerRichards Producer Andrew Loog Oldham Personnel Mick Jagger — lead vocals, backing vocals Keith Richards — electric guitars, backing vocals Brian Jones – acoustic guitar Charlie Watts — drums Bill Wyman – bass guitar Jack Nitzsche – piano, tambourine ——————————————————————————————————————– "(I Cant Get No) Satisfaction" is a song by English rock band The Rolling Stones released in 1965. It was written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards and produced by Andrew Loog Oldham. The song is notable for Richardss three-note guitar riff which opens and drives the song, and for the lyrics, which include <b>…<b>