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New Seekers    Guests on ABBA Show The New Seekers, remember them? they were guests on an ABBA show. Here they sing the theme to the Coca-Cola advert.
Tags: new  seekers  abba  pop  music  coca  cola  advert   
Added: 1st October 2007
Views: 2162
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Posted By: Tony
 Aussie and Kiwi Songs of the 60s and 70s Here's a collection of popular Aussie songs of the 60's and 70's. How many of these do you remember? Frank Ifield - Lucky Devil; Rolf Harris - Tie Me Kangaroo Down; Easybeats - Friday On My Mind; The Seekers - Georgie Girl; Bee Gees - To Love Somebody; Mixtures - Pushbike Song; Helen Reddy - I Am Women; Olivia Newton John - Let Me Be There; Noosha Fox - S-s-s Single Bed; Sherbet - Howzat
Tags: aussie  music  from  the  60s  and  70s  helen  reddy  olivia  newton  john  frank  ifield  rolph  harris  seekers  bee  gees 
Added: 26th January 2008
Views: 2181
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Posted By: Naomi
2003 Masters Tournament Protest In 2003, the National Organization of Women, led by Martha Burk (pictured here), staged a protest at the Masters Golf Tournament because the host club, Augusta National Golf Club, only accepts male members. Burk got more than she bargained for. Enterprising vendors began selling golf balls with Burk's face on them above the phrase 'The Burk Stops Here!' Augusta's city council passed a law restricting protesters to a vacant lot about a mile from the golf course. Counter-protests began, and they begot more protests. Jesse Jackson supported Burk, so a group of anti-Jackson protesters picketed him. A chapter of the KKK--which turned out to be a one-man outfit--supported Augusta National. Weirdos and attention-seekers of all types flocked to the protest site. One man wore a tuxedo and carried a sign that said, 'Formal Protest.' Another man with an anti-feminist slant carried a placard saying, 'Make My Dinner.' Another group called People Against Ridiculous Protests picketed everybody. Perhaps the most noteworthy and creative protester was a gentlemen who loudly passed gas from the window of a moving minivan when Burk began to speak. Pun-loving Steve Rushin of Sports Illustrated comically referred to the gesture as a 'drive-by tooting.'
Tags: golf  Masters  protest  Martha  Burk 
Added: 7th August 2008
Views: 2067
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Posted By: Lava1964
Puff The Magic Dragon One of my childhood favourites.
Tags: The  Seekers  Version  Puff  The  Magic  Dragon 
Added: 27th August 2008
Views: 2422
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Posted By: donmac101
The Carnival Is Over The Seekers. This was from their farewell performance in 1968 and I can remember watching it as a mere 7 year old.
Tags: The  Seekers  The  Carnival  Is  Over 
Added: 5th November 2008
Views: 1529
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Posted By: donmac101
Name the Singer It seems every actor (and non-actor) in the 1950's and 60's needed to record an album. Unlike Telly Savalas, who has at least four under his belt, I believe this performer only cut this one album. (The Seekers have nothing on this guy-!)
Tags: Ed  McMahon  Tonight  Show  Johnny  Carson 
Added: 9th February 2010
Views: 1326
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Posted By: nanook
1960s model Colleen Corby Popular sixties teen fashion model Colleen Corby on the cover of a September 1964 Seventeen magazine. More vintage Seventeen magazines and more of Colleen Corby at my fansite corbyfansDOTmultiplyDOTcom All nostalgia seekers welcome!
Tags: 1960s  fashions 
Added: 18th June 2010
Views: 2606
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Posted By: AngoraSox
Jesse James Exhumation - 1995 Notorious outlaw Jesse James was shot to death at close range by Bob Ford, a fellow gang member, on April 3, 1882. Ford had hoped to collect a sizable reward by offing James. Instead, Ford got himself a first-degree murder conviction--for which he was swiftly pardoned--and a place in western folklore. Rumors began almost immediately that James' death had been faked and he was living quietly away from the limelight. In 1995--some 113 years after a bullet entered his skull, James' body was exhumed from its supposed final resting place in Kearney, MO so DNA samples could be matched against those of his living descendants. The tests scientifically proved that the man buried in James' grave was, in fact, Jesse James. Locals cashed in on the exhumation frenzy by selling t-shirts to curiosity seekers that said, "We dig Jesse!"
Tags: Jesse  James  exhumation 
Added: 3rd October 2012
Views: 3954
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Posted By: Lava1964

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