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Roberta Flack The First Time Ever I Ever I Saw Your Face Simply Beautiful!Grammy award for song of the year and also a record of the year award
Tags: Roberta  Flack  The  First  Time  Ever  Saw  Your  Face 
Added: 31st December 2007
Views: 935
Posted By: tommy7
Gloria Swanson in STAGE STRUCK   1925 The Chicago-born daughter of an army officer, she became the wife of Wallace Beery who talked Mack Sennett into hiring her along with him in 1916. She became a top silent film star and later came out of retirement in 1950 to virtually star as herself in the classic "Sunset Boulevard."
Tags: Gloria  Swanson        Stage  Struck        Sunset  Boulevard        silent  film  star         
Added: 31st December 2007
Views: 932
Posted By: Teresa
Where Is Love From my all time favourite musical. The only reason I pick this tune from a show full of monster hits, is that it I played the part of Oliver when I was 10 and it's the only one that still gives me the tingles down the spine.
Tags: Oliver  Mark  Lester  Musical  1968 
Added: 31st December 2007
Views: 863
Posted By: donmac101
Sanford and Son Legal Eagle 3  3 Not his best (censorship)
Tags: sanford  and  son  ester  rollo  fred  lamont  redd  foxx  demond  wilson 
Added: 31st December 2007
Views: 1273
Posted By: tommy7
Lenny Bruce on Steve Allen 1 Not his best (censorship) but he opened the door for future comics to speak their mind.Glue trivia A famous actor was having Chinese food and put hot mustard on the food and said they should put this in glue.Hence oil of mustard is in glue now to prevent it from being sniffed.
Tags: Lenny  Bruce  on  Steve  Allen 
Added: 31st December 2007
Views: 1487
Posted By: tommy7
The Young Ones Cliff Richard, was Britain's answer to Elvis. He never made it big in the States; as was then the benchmark for any performer; So was resigned to European fame and stardom. Still going to this day, he keeps a semblance of his youthful looks and has earned the nickname, the Peter Pan Of Pop. With him on this video are a group of musicians called the Shadows the leader of which, is Hank Marvin. This group also went on to find fame with instrumental hits, Hank's guitar doing what you could call the vocals. This song was also used in the film of the same name in which he starred
Tags: Cliff  Richhard  Shadows  Pop   
Added: 31st December 2007
Views: 1104
Posted By: donmac101
ABBA Happy New Year Since many people will be out celebrating tonight, I wanted to be the first to wish everone a very Happy and Safe New Year! This is the version that most people just call: 'ABBA around the piano'. Actually, 'Happy New Year' is a song from their 1980 album, 'Super Trouper'. The song's working title was humourously called 'Daddy Don't Get Drunk On Christmas Day'.
Tags: ABBA  Agnetha  Frida  Bjorn  Benny  Björn  Annifrid  Anni-Frid  Ulvaeus  Andersson  Lyngstad  Faltskog  Happy  New  Year   
Added: 31st December 2007
Views: 899
Posted By: Guido
Ladies of the Golden Age Tags: Ladies  of  the  Golden  Age 
Added: 31st December 2007
Views: 1025
Posted By: Cathy
Feelings  Morris Albert  Sappy Songs LOL I think the Brazilians had a countdown for sappy songs too! #6?? Should be #1 !
Tags: Feelings  -  Morris  Albert    Sappy  Songs 
Added: 31st December 2007
Views: 980
Posted By: Cathy
AMERICA  A Horse With No Name Personally, I like their original 1972 version better, but they still sound great today. Their first album, titled 'America' was released in Europe with only moderate success and without this song. But the producer, Ian Samwell was looking for a song that would be popular in both the US and Europe. He helped the group to record this song and then persuaded Warner Brothers to re-release the album with the song included. The original song title was 'Desert Song', but was renamed at Samwell's suggestion. It was written on a rainy day in England and was intended to capture the feel of the hot, dry desert Dewey Bunnell remembered from his childhood at Vandenberg Air Force Base. Bunnell's voice sounded so much like Neil Young's, that after Neil's father heard it, he called his son and asked him when he had recorded it! One thing that I think is funny is the line that included '...the heat was hot.' I mean, what else can heat be? Anyhow...I still love this song!
Tags: america  a  horse  with  no  name  dewey  bunnell  gerry  beckley  dan  peek 
Added: 30th December 2007
Views: 1034
Posted By: Naomi

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