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Ray Charles Georgia On My Mind When we think of all those great songs we remember from the 50s and 60s, how could we ever forget one of the greatest singers/songwriters ever? Here's a clip of Ray with The Edmonton Symphony in Canada,1981. Enjoy!
Tags: ray  charles  georgia  on  my  mind 
Added: 8th April 2008
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Posted By: Naomi
Johnny Cash on Columbo Johnny Cash sings 'I Saw The Light' in this 1974 episode of Columbo titled 'Swan Song.' Cash plays a popular gospel singer, Tommy Brown, who is being blackmailed out his his musical earnings by his wife. (The missus caught him doing the horizontal hokey-pokey with one of his teenage backup singers.) Brown solves his problem by getting rid of his wife and the girl in a plane crash that he arranged.
Tags: Johnny  Cash  Columbo 
Added: 14th June 2008
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Posted By: Lava1964
The Band - The Weight from The Last Waltz with the Staple singers.
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Added: 20th September 2008
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Posted By: jedwgrn
Words Great song writers as well as singers.
Tags: Bee  Gees  Words 
Added: 5th November 2008
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Posted By: donmac101
Johnny Mathis Wonderful Wonderful My favorite Johnny Mathis song. (Most singers today could learn a lesson from how Mathis enunciates every word perfectly. No mumbling from this man!)
Tags: Johnny  Mathis  Wonderful  Wonderful 
Added: 24th November 2008
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Posted By: Lava1964
Jane Morgan The Day That the Rains Came Down No big reason for posting this, except to say it's one of my favorite oldies and makes me feel so good whenever I hear it! Recorded in 1958.
Tags: Jane  Morgan  the  day  that  the  rains  came  down  singers  50s 
Added: 2nd December 2008
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Posted By: Naomi
Name The People in the Collage Musicians, singers, actors, and actresses. Hints will be provided if needed.
Tags: Name  The  People  Collage 
Added: 15th December 2008
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Posted By: jedwgrn
Love Grows Where My Rosemary Goes The singer of this song has a special distinction in the world of rock & roll. His name is Tony Burrows, and he may be one of the most famous / anonymous characters in music history. He was a session singer in England, and in 1970, he had the distinction of singing lead on 4 hit songs in a few month span. “Love Grows Where My Rosemary Goes” by Edison Lighthouse, “My Baby Loves Lovin’” by White Plains, “United We Stand” by Brotherhood Of Man, and “Gimme Dat Ding” by The Pipkins. Music videos were produced for White Plains and Edison Lighthouse, but the studios did the Milli Vanilli move by having actors lip sync the parts. This video shows Tony singing live, and as anybody who has seen the color videos for both songs on youtube can attest, those singers look nothing like Mr. Burrows. He also had the opportunity to perform 3 different songs by 3 different groups on January 29th of 1970 on BBC’s “Top Of The Pops. On a final note, his last Top 40 contribution came in 1974 when he fronted the band First Class, which gave us the song “Beach Baby” He still performs today, but not too many people would know who Tony Burrows is if he came to their town. That is, until he started singing.
Tags: edison  lighthouse 
Added: 17th February 2009
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Posted By: nbmike
Final Ed Sullivan Show - 1971 The Ed Sullivan Show (called The Toast of the Town until 1955) debuted on CBS on June 20, 1948. The first season it aired live on Sundays from 9 to 10 p.m. For the next 22 years it aired on Sundays from 8 to 9 p.m. and became a television staple and a cultural institution. Fondly remembered, The Ed Sullivan Show is arguably the most important entertainment program in television history as it showcased the world's best singers, dancers, actors, musicians, magicians, circus acts, and comedians. (Many classic Broadway performances exist today solely because they were preserved on The Ed Sullivan Show.) Despite Ed's obvious shortcomings as a television host--he was extremely "wooden" as an emcee--the appeal of the show was that it provided something for everybody. One critic aptly declared, "Ed Sullivan can't sing, dance or tell jokes--but he knows who can!" By 1971 The Ed Sullivan Show was in decline, however. Ratings were still generally good, but the all-important demographics showed that younger viewers were no longer watching in sizable numbers. Accordingly CBS unceremoniously applied the ax. The last live show aired on Sunday, March 28, 1971. The performers on that final Sunday were folk singer Melanie; singing duo Tony Sandler & Ralph Young; Danny Davis & the Nashville Brass; mezzo-soprano Joanna Simon; impressionist David Frye; comedian Joey Adams; comedy duo Norman Wisdom and Tony Fane; comedian Lennie Schultz; and sleight-of-hand artist Vic Perry. Sullivan, who hoped to extend his show to at least 25 seasons, had no inkling the March 28, 1971 broadcast would be the last show, so there was no grand finale or tearful farewell. Reruns continued through June 6, 1971. The Ed Sullivan Show was replaced by the CBS Sunday Evening Movie--which lasted just one season. From all accounts, the cancellation of the show deeply affected Sullivan's health and well being. He began exhibiting signs of senility. Paul McCartney recalled encountering Sullivan about a year after the show's cancellation and Sullivan had no idea who McCartney was. Joan Rivers had a similar experience. Sullivan died on October 13, 1974--which was a Sunday--just a few months after being diagnosed with advanced esophageal cancer. He was 73 years old.
Tags: Ed  Sullivan  Show  finale  1971 
Added: 27th February 2014
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Posted By: Lava1964
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

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