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Clash of the Titans  Original  version Perseus and his companions battle against blood thirsty scorpions created by Calibos out of the blood of the slain head of Medusa.
Tags: Old  School  Claymation  at  its  best!  Clash  of  the  Titans  Calibos  Original    version  Perseus  Medusa 
Added: 9th April 2010
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Posted By: Marty6697
Jefferson - The Colour of My Love After hearing Music Maiden's posting of Baby Take Me in Your Arms, I started thinking about the other Jefferson song - "The Colour of My Love" - included here. It only charted to #68, not as high as "Baby...", which hit #23, four months later in December, 1969. Jefferson was the pseudonym for Geoff Turton. Geoff's original claim to fame was as a (co-lead) singer for the Rockin' Berries, a rock group getting its start in the late 1950's, in Birmingham, England, but with other members in their line-up. I posted one of their hits separately under The Rockin' Berries.
Tags: Rockin'  Berries  Jefferson  Geoff  Turton  Color  Colour  of  My  Love 
Added: 10th April 2010
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Posted By: nanook
Hes In Town  - The Rockin Berries The Rockin' Berries was a "Brumbeat group" from Birmingham, England, which by the early 60's ended up having two lead singers. One was Geoff Turton, who later went on to a solo career, then calling himself: Jefferson. But while still with the Rockin' Berries, they were heard by an American record producer who suggested they cover a Carole King Gerry Goffin song recently released by the Tokens "He's In Town". The Rockin' Berries version is very similar to that from The Tokens, and a favorite I really haven't chosen yet. In England, The Rockin' Berries actually had a greater hit with their version, Number 3 than did The Tokens in the States, Number 43. Look for their version under The Tokens.
Tags: Hes  In  Town  Rockin  Berries  Geoff  Turton 
Added: 10th April 2010
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Posted By: nanook
Hes In Town - The Tokens In addition to their big Hit, The Lion Sleeps Tonight, The Tokens recorded several other Hits. This one - another great Carole King-Gerry Goffin song - He's In Town - was also covered by an English group - The Rockin' Berries. Check their version out under The Rockin' Berries; they're awfully similar in sound and both versions are swell.
Tags: Hes  In  Town  Tokens 
Added: 10th April 2010
Views: 1396
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Posted By: nanook
Remembering Dixie Carter Who Passed Today Designing Women actress Dixie Carter, who used her charm and stately beauty in a host of roles on Broadway and television, died Saturday. She was 70. Publicist Steve Rohr, who represents Carter and her husband, actor Hal Holbrook, said Carter died Saturday morning. He would not disclose where she died or the cause of death.
Tags: Remembering  Dixie  Carter  Who  Passed  Today  ;Designing  Women  Julia  Sugarbaker  Willie  McNeil    Bill  Ungerman    Mike  Boito    Larry  Steen     
Added: 11th April 2010
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Posted By: Cliffy
Bell System -Reach Out And Touch Someone Commercial When monopoly's advertised.
Tags: Bell  System  -Reach  Out  And  Touch  Someone  Commercial    AT&T  Monopoly 
Added: 13th April 2010
Views: 2903
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Posted By: Cliffy
Dick Contino - Master Accordionist Dick Contino, THE legendary virtuoso of the accordion, got his start with Horace Heidt, back in December, 1946, when he appeared on the first Horace Heidt-Phillip Morris radio broadcast. By 1948, he launched a solo career and never looked back. I can't say the accordion is one of my favorite instruments, but in the capable hands of Mr. Contino, it's easy to see why he was (and continues to be) a sensation and the reason so many kids in the 1950's felt inspired to play that instrument. This cut - Lady of Spain - may be his most famous (or is that infamous-?) as this song was often used as the brunt of jokes when discussing the accordion. Perhaps, but one listen and you can understand why Dick caused such a sensation. He certainly did for one member of this audience who was apparently overcome by sheer accordion shock and bliss. At around 1:20, there's a decided shriek of delight-? heard above the applause. It just doesn't get any better...
Tags: dick  contino  las  vegas  flamingo  accordion 
Added: 12th April 2010
Views: 1381
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Posted By: nanook
C B S On the Air A countdown from the years 1978 back to 1928 of entertainers from radio, television, and organizers.
Tags: Entertainers  news  radio  television  history 
Added: 16th April 2010
Views: 1201
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Posted By: tbullock
Lay It On The Line Triumph, Great Canadian band from the late 70's early 80's.
Tags: Live  at  the  US  Festival  Heavy  Metal  Sunday    1983 
Added: 14th April 2010
Views: 1330
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Posted By: Marty6697
Heart - Never Heart, Critics said that Heart sold out in the 80's with corporate Glam rock, instead of there Folk hard rock in the 70's. I love both eras of Heart music.
Tags: heart  never  glam  rock  rock  and  roll  big  hair  80s  music   
Added: 14th April 2010
Views: 1289
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Posted By: Marty6697

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