The Satanic Temple of Detroit – SADIST at The Baphomet Unveiling



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Raw footage of Sadist performing live at the unveiling of The Satanic Temple’s Baphomet monument in Detroit on July 25, 2015. Look for their ep on Total Fucker Records.

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“Money Can’t Buy My Love” (Vivian “Soul” Collins-Jones)… Detroit, Michigan



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“Money Can’t Buy My Love” (Vivian “Soul” Collins-Jones)… Detroit, Michigan

Vivian “Soul” Collins-Jones “Hey Officer” “Answer Me”
“I Wanna Know” Music Library…

I Wanna Know (Vivian “Soul” Collins-Jones)… Parkside Very Own!

Birth Of Soul: Special Detroit Edition “1961-1964″…

Featuring Parkside Very Own Vivian “Soul” Collins-Jones… “Answer Me” Song…

The Soulful-Gospel Singers… “The Collins Trumpeteers” With Tonnetta Collins, Joyce Collins-Harris, Vivian “Soul” Collins-Jones And (Not-Pictured) June Collins…

Darrell Jones

A Vintage Classic Taken From The Parkside PJ’s History, Legacy And Memoir Album…

Featuring
Vivian “Soul” Collins-Jones
Hey Officer
— with Darrell Jones.

Money Can’t Buy My Love
Vivian “Soul” Collins-Jones…

Birth Of Soul (Special Limited Edition) 1961-1964…
Song#23 “Answer Me” Vivian Collins (Cara Bell, William Garrett, Mike Hanks) Serock “2002” (1962) Arranged and Directed by Mike A.Hanks…

“Answer Me” is one of several songs here that Willie Garrett had a hand in writing with Mike Hanks and Dave Hamilton during the early 1960’s. Arguably too black-sounding to get airplay on pop stations- and in any case unlikely to appeal to the nation’s pop-inclined record buyers- “Answer Me” veers towards Detroit’s heavyweight vibe. An instrumental of it by the star makers got released on Hank’s exit label in early “1963”, but Vivian Collins’ gospel-styled exhortation brings gravitas to iron spades…

Although the exit single is the sole one bearing the star-maker’s name, Various permutations of the group played around Detroit’s Clubs and on countless recording sessions. The line-up on “Answer Me” included guitarist Eddie Willis and bass player James Jameson, and the collective invariably featured pianist Joe Hunter. Schooled in jazz and imbued with a palpable sense of hope from living in the Motor City during a period of demographic and social change, this stellar collective nicknamed the (Earl Van Dyke & The Soul Brothers) B.K.A. The Funk Brothers was responsible for the distinctive “Motortown to Motown Detroit sound.

Open Arms “Vivian Soul Collins-Jones”…

Crying (Vivian “Soul” Collins-Jones…

A Detroit-UK Motown-Northern Soul Unsung Legend popcorn soul rock funk performer that got her stardom in The early 1960’s and her music is still moving strong on social media YouTube, Stringray, iTunes, SoundCloud and Spotify channels… Vivian “Soul” Collins-Jones also collaborated with Earl Van Dyke and The Soul Brothers B.K.A the Legendary Funk Brothers on the 1961-1964 birth Of Soul (Special Limited Edition) Album, She has worked with some of Motown’s prominent Writers and performers such as Richard “Popcorn” Wylie, Jesse Greer, William Garrett, Mike A. Hanks and the King Of Motortown to Motown himself Mr. Berry Gordy…

A Detroit Go-Go

Northern Soul Memoirs

Earlier years performing with the Collins Trumpeteers… In Local neighborhood Area Churches, As a Quartet gospel family group from the 1950’s to 60’s in Detroit, Michigan…

Collaborating Record Labels:

Serock Records “1962”
Answer Me
(Mike A. Hanks, Cara Bell & William Garrett)

Hey Officer
(Mike A. Hanks, Cara Bell & William Garrett)

Twirl Records “1963”
I Wanna Know
(Richard “Popcorn” Wylie)

Open Arms
(Quinton Kimble, Jack Stoneman & Martin Wyler)

Lark Records “1968”
Money Cant Buy My Love
(Jesse Greer)

Crying
(Jesse Greer)

Packard Motor Plant Urban Exploration in Abandoned Detroit with the Sony A7Rii by Jason Lanier



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Join award winning photographer and Urban Explorer Jason Lanier for an in depth urban exploration, shoot, and walk through the historic and world famous abandoned Packard Motor Plant in Detroit, Michigan. PLEASE THUMBS UP, SHARE, LEAVE A COMMENT, AND SUBSCRIBE!!

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DETROIT: BEAUTIFUL ABANDONED Catholic Church W/ Urbex Dane



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Urbex Dane and I go inside this unbelievable abandoned catholic church and school. This urbex adventure we find not only a piano but a priests’ desk and robe!! One of my goals was to find an beautiful abandoned church to go inside of. There may be nicer abandoned churches out there but this one in particular was unreal. Hope you all enjoy, don’t forget to subscribe and hit the notification bell to get notified of every new video I put out.

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Park Avenue Hotel Implosion – Detroit, MI – Filmed by DJI Phantom 2 Drone – Demolition



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Video of the Historic Park Avenue Hotel in Detroit, MI.

Built in 1924, the building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2006. It was also known as Salvation Army Harbor Light Center.

The building is also very well known by the large “Zombieland” graffiti which adorned its top.

The building was acquired by the development arm of Olympia Entertainment and the Detroit Historic District Commission approved its demolition to make room for the loading dock for the New Detroit Arena, which will become the new home of the Detroit Red Wings.

The building was imploded on July 11, 2015.

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SALVAGING DETROIT CITY



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Dutch artist Diederick Kraaijeveld went to Detroit Michigan to salvage wood from the many many abandoned buildings there. With the colored wood the artist builds monumental icons….in this case three ´Icons of Hope´ for a city in despair. See Kraaijeveld and his guide, urban explorer Dan, salvage wood from the abandoned Fisher Body Plant, the Lee Plaza Hotel and the Highland Police Station, to name a few. Filmed and directed by Gideon Elings (www.gideoncameracrew.nl)

Drone Footage of Michigan Central Train Station Ruins in Detroit – 2014



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Michigan Central Station in downtown Detroit, shot with DJI Phantom Quadracopter drone and GoPro Hero3 attached to H3-2D Zenmuse Gimbal.

Michigan Central Station (also known as Michigan Central Depot or MCS), built in 1912, was Detroit Michigan’s passenger rail depot from its opening in 1913 until the cessation of Amtrak service on January 6, 1988.

2010 02 15 East Toledo, Ohio blighted real estate is becoming a mini Detroit!!! Part 2



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Originally posted on YouTube by EconCat88.

EconCat88’s channel appears to no longer be active and all videos are unavailable for unknown reasons. His content provided a unique view of the effects of the housing bubble of the late 00’s and also important historical context of the “Great Recession”.