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At The Hop  Danny and The Juniors A sweet little page from Rock's early days. Ain't it the most? I mean, them cats knew how to swing. Solid, Daddy-o! :)
Tags: Hop  Classic  Rock  Juniors  1950s 
Added: 5th April 2008
Views: 1464
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Posted By: kayAbee
Barbra Sings Memory From way back in 1981. I think this is best version of this song. Betty Buckley and Elaine Page were great, but Barbra absolutely blows me away. Its like she was meant to sing this song.
Tags: barbra  streisand  memory  cats  broadway  musicals 
Added: 3rd September 2008
Views: 1196
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Posted By: Babs64
Cats Eye Glasses i think i'm sensing a trend . . .
Tags: vintage            photo 
Added: 10th October 2008
Views: 951
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Posted By: Teresa
The Stray Cats Great early version of these boys. I love the stand up bass, drums, throw in some saxophone. Brian Seltzer Good Stuff!
Tags: 1982 
Added: 2nd July 2010
Views: 1470
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Posted By: Marty6697
The Harmonicats Live-Cherry Pink and Apple Blossom White erry Murad's Harmonicats fool around on stage during their best-selling number Cherry Pink & Apple Blossom White. This is the artist who recorded the hit song "Peg O'My Heart"
Tags: The  Harmonicats  Live-Cherry  Pink  and  Apple  Blossom  White    harmonica 
Added: 8th February 2011
Views: 2222
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Posted By: Cathy
9 Lives Morris Workout Tags: 9  Lives  "Morris  Workout  catfood  cats  morris  commercials  cat  videos  1985  80s   
Added: 31st January 2013
Views: 1238
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Posted By: Cathy
Lucille Ball and Paula Stewart - Hey Look Me Over Tags: Lucille  Ball  and  Paula  Stewart  -  Hey  Look  Me  Over  Ed  Sullivan  Show  Wildcats 
Added: 5th October 2013
Views: 1539
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Posted By: pfc
Lawn Jockeys Signified An Underground Railroad Home A lot of people don't know the real meaning behind these statues, so they vandalize them, bitch about them being racist, etc. When the image of a black 'footman' with a lantern signified the home was a stop on the Underground Railroad. These are largely a northern thing, and weren't commonly found in the South until after WWII when northerners moved there and brought this custom with them. The clothing of the statue was also coded. A striped jockey's shirt meant that this was a place to swap horses, while a footman in a tailed coat meant overnight lodgings/food, and a blue sailor's waistcoat meant the homeowner could take you to a port and get you on a ship to Canada. I always laugh when I hear black folks talk about how racist these are, because honestly, the cats who had them were likely the LEAST racist. Later, these came back into popularity after WWII, and they were again coded to show the white homeowners supported early civil rights efforts, weren't Klan, etc.
Tags: Lawn  Jockeys  Signified  An  Underground  Railroad  Home  black  African  American  slavery    Civil  Rights  KKK  Klan  civil  rights 
Added: 28th January 2016
Views: 2653
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Posted By: Cathy

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