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Danny Thomas and Angela Cartwright The naturally black-haired Cartwright is best known as a child actress for her roles in the film THE SOUND OF MUSIC, as Danny Thomas's daughter, Linda Williams, in the 1950s TV series, MAKE ROOM FOR DADDY (a role she played from 1957 to 1964), and in the US television series as Guy Williams's and June Lockhart's daughter and middle child, Penny Robinson, in the 1960s cult sci-fi tv show, LOST IN SPACE. . how adorable was she!
Tags: Danny  Thomas  Angela  Cartwright    Linda  Williams  Brigitta  von  Trapp  Penny  Robinson 
Added: 30th November 2007
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Posted By: Teresa
Puff The Magic Dragon This is a clever photo montage put together to accompany Puff The Magic Dragon by Peter, Paul and Mary. (It's a melancholy tune, but whenever I hear it on the radio I always turn up the sound and sing along.)
Tags: Puff  Magic  Dragon 
Added: 5th December 2007
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Posted By: Lava1964
The Shat  Speaks Taxi on Dinah I love Bill Shatner but I just couldn't help myself with this one.... That sound you're hearing is Harry Chapin rolling over in his grave...
Tags: william  shatner  taxi  harry  chapin  dinah  shore   
Added: 12th December 2007
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Posted By: Babs64
I Would Do Anything For Love but i won't do that . . and here's some Meat Loaf TRIVIA: This was Meat Loaf's comeback song. In 1977, his album BAT OUT OF HELL, produced the hits "TWO OUT OF THREE AIN'T BAD," "PARADISE BY THE DASHBOARD LIGHT," and "YOU TOOK THE WORDS RIGHT OUTTA MY MOUTH," all written by piano player Jim Steinman. After a falling out with Steinman and difficulty in his personal life, Meat Loaf released several unsuccessful albums before reuniting with Steinman for Bat Out of Hell II: Back Into Hell, which was considered a sequel to the 1977 album. This has a very similar sound to Meat Loaf's previous hits, and the bombastic, piano-driven style went over well with his old fans as well as a new generation of listeners, helping make this a massive hit...
Tags: Meat  Loaf        Bat  Out  Of  Hell        I  Would  Do  ANYTHING    For  Love  But  I  Won 
Added: 14th December 2007
Views: 1833
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Posted By: Teresa
Scary Food This vintage ad for Sunkist lemons featuring a recipe for CHICKEN 'N VEGETABLE ASPIC SALAD looks a litty scary to me . . maybe i just hadn't thought about combining chicken, peas and Jell-O! Doesn't sound sooooo bad until you combine all three and press them into a mold.
Tags: chicken      peas      Jell-O      Chicken   
Added: 16th December 2007
Views: 1535
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Posted By: Teresa
The Beatles HEY JUDE This song, recorded by The Beatles in 1968, and originally titled 'Hey Jules', was written by McCartney to comfort John Lennon's son, Julian, during his parents' divorce. Julian discovered the song had been written for him almost twenty years later. He remembered being closer to McCartney than to his father: 'Paul and I used to hang about quite a bit more than Dad and I did. We had a great friendship going and there seems to be far more pictures of me and Paul playing together at that age than there are pictures of me and my dad.' Although McCartney originally wrote the song for Julian, John thought it had actually been written for him: 'I always heard it as a song to me. If you think about it... Yoko had just come into the picture. He's saying. 'Hey, Jude—Hey, John.' I know I'm sounding like one of those fans who reads things into it, but you can hear it as a song to me. Subconsciously, he was saying, 'Go ahead, leave me.' On a conscious level, he didn't want me to go ahead at all.'
Tags: the  beatles  hey  jude  paul  mccartney  john  lennon 
Added: 16th December 2007
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Posted By: Sophia
Glory One of my favourite films. Why this didn't gross more at the box office I'll never know ? The soundtrack also hits my cd player at least once every couple of months. James Horner turns out some haunting and evocative music. I'll admit now, that a film without a good soundtrack doesn't stick in my memory very well.
Tags: Glory  Stars  Galore  Great  Movie  and  Soundtrack 
Added: 17th January 2008
Views: 1407
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Posted By: donmac101
Paul Simon You Can Call Me Al Concert in the Park, August 15, 1991. I love that bass sound! Armand Sabal Lecco on his Alembic can't be beat, not to mention Paul Simon being one of the greatest musicians and writers around.
Tags: paul  simon  concert  in  the  park  you  can  call  me  al   
Added: 18th December 2007
Views: 1689
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Posted By: Babs64
DION AND THE BELMONTS Then and Now In 1957 the group formed when Dion DiMucci joined The Belmonts - Carlo Mastrangelo, Freddie Milano, and Angelo D'Aleo - in late 1957. In 1958 they recorded 'I Wonder Why', which made it to #22 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, and Dion and The Belmonts appeared for the first time on Dick Clark's American Bandstand. This success won Dion and the Belmonts their first major tour in late 1958, with The Coasters, Buddy Holly and Bobby Darin. This was followed up by the 'Winter Dance Party' tour with Holly, Ritchie Valens and The Big Bopper. On February 2, 1959, after playing at Clear Lake, Ohio, Dion decided that he couldn't afford the $36 cost of a flight to the next show. The plane crashed, Buddy Holly and the other stars were killed. Even after that time the hits kept coming for the group. In 2004, Dion gave a live performance at the Tropicana in Atlantic City with Dion (lead vocals, electric and acoustic guitars) Butch Barbella (keyboards, backing vocals), Louie Colleti (backing vocals), Jamie "King" Cotton (sax, percussion, backing vocals), Al Korosy (lead guitar), and Charlie Powers (drums, vocals.) Though this performance wasn't with the Belmonts, Dion sounded just like we remember him after 47 years! He's keeping R&R and Doo-Wop alive!
Tags: i  wonder  why  dion  dimucci  and  the  belmonts    butch  barbella  louie  colleti  jamie  king  cotton  al  korosy  charlie  powers 
Added: 26th December 2007
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Posted By: Babs64
The Sound Of Motown Smokey Robinson and The Miracles 'Shop Around', The Supremes 'Where Did Our Love Go'. Followed by the finale, 'Mickey's Monkey', with Smokey Robinson and The Miracles, and everyone else joining in: The Supremes, The Temptations, Martha Reeves and The Vandellas, Stevie Wonder, Dusty Springfield. With the Earl Van Dyke Sextet. From the Ready Steady Go (RSG), Sound Of Motown TV special, recorded at the Rediffusion TV studios in London on 18 March 1965. This special was mainly Dusty Springfield's idea, to promote the Motown music and artists in Britain. Dusty was an occasional presenter of the weekly Ready Steady Go (which had the tag line... The Weekend Starts Here). She was a big fan of Motown music, and suggested the idea for this special to Vicki Wickham, recording artists manager, and RSG's producer at Rediffusion.
Tags: motown      1960s      smokey  robinson  and  the  miracles  diana  ross  supremes  martha  reeves  stevie  wonder  dusty  springfield   
Added: 27th December 2007
Views: 2714
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Posted By: Naomi

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