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1976 Grammy Awards Best New Artist Boston? Dr Buzzards Original Savannah Band? Brothers Johnson? Starland Vocal Band? Wildcherry? Starland Vocal Band! Really??!!
Tags: 1976  Grammy  Awards  Best  New  Artist  Brian  Wilson,  Carl  Wilson  &  Denis  WIlson  Beach  Boys  as  a  presenter.  Boston,  Brothers  Johnson,  Dr  Buzzards  Original  Savannah  Band,  Wildcherry  Starland  Vocal  Band 
Added: 13th February 2011
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Posted By: Music Maiden
The Sweet - Little Willy Dedicated to Congressman Weiner.
Tags: The  Sweet  -  Little  Willy  Congressman  Weiner          lebleufleur          Glam          david          bowie          brian          eno          rock          indie          the          sweet          roxy          music          Life          on          Mars 
Added: 11th June 2011
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Posted By: Cliffy
27 Club--Artists that died at age 27 The 27 Club added a new member with the death of Amy Winehouse today. She was age 27.
Tags: 27  Club,  music  artist  dead  at  27,  Brian  Jones,  Jimi  Hendrix,Janis  Joplin,Jim  Morrison,Kurt  Cobain     
Added: 24th July 2011
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Posted By: Music Maiden
Death Wish Movies Death Wish was a 1974 movie loosely based on a 1972 novel by Brian Garfield. The plot focuses on the relentless vigilantism of a seemingly mild-mannered architecht Paul Kersey (Charles Bronson), a Korean War veteran. Kersey methodically pursues the band of criminals who raped and killed his wife during a home invasion. (Kersey's married daughter is also raped and suffers permanent psychological damage.) The film was notweorthy for its disturbing realism in the home-invasion scene and the ruthlessness in which Kersey stalks and mercilessly kills the culprits. The film received mixed to extremely negative reviews upon its release due to its support of vigilantism, but it had an impact on U.S. audiences. People were known to loudly cheer widely during the revenge-killing scenes. The movie did especially well at the box office in violence-plagued urban areas. Four sequels were made in the next two decades. Not surprisingly, the Death Wish films caused widespread debate over how to deal with rampant urban crime. Many critics were displeased with the film. One declared it to be an "immoral threat to society" and an encouragement of antisocial behavior. Vincent Canby of the New York Times was one of the most outspoken writers, condemning Death Wish in two extensive articles. Author Brian Garfield was also unhappy with the how the film varied greatly from his book. He called the film 'incendiary', and stated that each of the following sequels are all pointless and rancid, since they all advocate vigilantism unlike his two novels which are the exact opposite. Bronson defended the film: He felt it was intended to be a commentary on violence and was meant to attack violence, not romanticize it. Over time many critics began to warm to the original film more than the four sequels, which were more exploitative and contrived.
Tags: Death  Wish  movies  Charles  Bronson  vigilantism   
Added: 16th May 2012
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Posted By: Lava1964
Backstreet Boys Larger Than Life 1999 "Larger than Life" is a song by the Backstreet Boys, released as the second single from their 1999 album, Millennium. It was written by Max Martin, Kristian Lundin and Brian Littrell and is mainly a tribute to the group's fans. The song broke the record for longest running #1 on MTV's Total Request Live. The song reached #25 on the Billboard Hot 100 and #5 on the UK Singles Chart. Released: September 3, 1999 Recorded: November 69, 1998
Tags: Backstreet  Boys  Larger  Than  Life  1999 
Added: 17th August 2012
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Posted By: masonx31
Dave Parker Throw - 1979 All-Star Game One of the most impressive throws you'll ever see: Dave Parker of the Pittsburgh Pirates guns down Brian Downing of the California Angels at the plate in the eighth inning of the 1979 MLB All-Star Game.
Tags: MLB  All-Star  Game  Dave  Parker  throw 
Added: 14th April 2013
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Posted By: Lava1964
Mrs Beazley Doll Tags: Mrs  Beazley  Doll  Family  Affair  Brian  Keith  Sebastian  Cabot  Kathy  Garver  Johnny  Whitaker  Anissa  Jones 
Added: 17th May 2013
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Posted By: Cathy
Hot Chocolate - Emma The song details the love of the (nameless) singer and a girl called Emmaline from the age of five, through a wedding at 17. Emma it seems wanted to be a "movie queen" but could never find the breaks and eventually kills herself because "I just can't keep on living on
Tags: Hot  Chocolate  -  Emma    70s  suicide  movie  star  Errol  Brown,  Tony  Wilson  Errol  Brown  Larry  Ferguson  Tony  Wilson  Ian  King  Franklyn  DeAllie  Brian  Satterwhite  Greg  Bannis 
Added: 22nd June 2013
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Posted By: Music Maiden
The Brian Keith Show The Brian Keith show ran two seasons on NBC from September 15, 1972 to August 30, 1974. It had a different title in its first season: The Little People. Total Television describes it as a "forgettable sitcom about a pediatrician in Hawaii." Keith starred as Dr. Sean Jamison. Shelley Fabares played Dr. Anne Jamison, his daughter and his nurse. In 1973 it was retitled The Brian Keith Show. Nancy Kulp was added to the cast as Mrs. Millard Gruber, the landlady. Here is the opening montage.
Tags: Brian  Kieth  Show  Little  People  sitcom 
Added: 21st July 2014
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Posted By: Lava1964
Eddie Grant Memorial Resurfaces Eddie Grant was a Harvard-educated ballplayer who played for four MLB teams between 1906 and 1915. After his baseball career ended, Grant enlisted in the army during the First World War at age 34. He rose to the rank of captain. On October 5, 1918, a few weeks before the war ended, Grant was killed by enemy shell fire in the Argonne Forest. On Memorial Day 1921, the New York Giants, Grant's final MLB team, unveiled an enormous brass plaque that was handsomely mounted on a five-foot granite marker that sat in the deepest part of the Polo Grounds underneath the home team's clubhouse. From the memorial's dedication until the Giants abandoned New York and the Polo Grounds in 1957, a solemn wreath-laying ceremony was held at the Grant monument every year, usually between games of a Memorial Day doubleheader. At the conclusion of the final game played at the Polo Grounds on September 29, 1957, souvenir hunters mobbed the field. The New York Times reported that three teenagers were seen prying the bronze plaque off the monument. Rumors that the police ultimately recovered the plaque were never verified, and its whereabouts remained a mystery for nearly 42 years. In late July 1999, the Eddie Grant Memorial plaque was discovered in the attic of a home in Ho-Ho-Kus Township, NJ. It had been formerly owned by Lena and Gaetano Bucca. The new home owners, Brian and Deborah Lamb, came across the plaque carefully wrapped in a blanket and hidden under a trap door in the attic. Brian Lamb contacted Baseball Reliquary Board member, Wendy Brougalman, a former business associate, with news of the discovery. How did the 100-pound plaque end up in a New Jersey attic? The Lambs purchased the home from the Bucca family after the death of Lena Bucca in 1998. Gaetano Bucca, a former New York City police officer, died in 1974. Gaetano, who retired from the force in January 1958 and subsequently moved with his family to New Jersey, served in the city's 32nd precinct, an area of jurisdiction encompassing the Polo Grounds. It is assumed that that Officer Bucca and a few allies had arranged to take the plaque with the intention of delivering it to the Eddie Grant American Legion Post 1225 in the Bronx. The plaque never made it there. Benjamin Bucca, Gaetano's only surviving son and a respected probate attorney, had no knowledge at all of the 100-pound plaque situated just above his head in his former bedroom. "You know, I never felt comfortable in that bedroom," he said. "Now I know why! That thing could have fallen on my head in the middle of the night and flattened me. My Pop was always a bit of a mystery, but this . . . This is . . . What the hell was he thinking about?'"
Tags: Baseball  Eddie  Grant  Memorial  recovered 
Added: 8th October 2014
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Posted By: Lava1964

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