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NAZARETH Love Hurts In 1960 this song was recorded by the Everly Brothers, in 1961, Roy Orbison recorded it and in 1975 Dan McCafferty of Nazareth performed it in this clip. There have been other covers over the years, but these three stand out. My favorite was Roy Orbison's. How about you?
Tags: love  hurts  nazareth  dan  mccafferty  everly  brothers  roy  orbison 
Added: 20th December 2007
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Posted By: Babs64
Star Wars Holiday Special The Star Wars Holiday Special was a two-hour television special (including commercials) set in the Star Wars galaxy. It was broadcast in its entirety in the United States only once on Friday, November 17, 1978 on CBS-TV from 8:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m., Eastern Standard Time (EST). In it, Chewbacca and Han Solo visit Kashyyyk, Chewbacca's home world, to celebrate Life Day. Along the way, they are pursued by agents of the Galactic Empire who are searching for rebels on the planet. The special introduces three members of Chewbacca's family: his father Attichitcuk, his wife Mallatobuck, and his son Lumpawarrump.
Tags: Star  Wars  Holiday  Special 
Added: 21st December 2007
Views: 3765
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Posted By: Old Fart
Pedal Powered Washing Machine Bart Orlando demonstrates that one person has the power to wash clothes in a pedal powered Wringer washing machine. The wringer eliminates the spin dry function, standard on modern washing machines. One person can do 1/3 of a normal load of laundry in about 30 minutes. An exercise bike is substituted for the orignal 2hp 110v electric motor. A fan-belt is rapped around the flywheel of the exercise bike and a pulley which drives the original transmission of the Wringer Washer. . . humm . .
Tags: Bart  Orlando    inventions    pedal-powered  washing  machine 
Added: 22nd December 2007
Views: 1615
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Posted By: Teresa
Secretariat Wins the Belmont This is of of the most outstanding things in sports you'll ever see: Secretariat decisively captures horse racing's Triple Crown in 1973 by winning the Belmont Stakes by a remarkable 31 lengths! Secretariat's winning time was 2:24--still the Belmont track record. CBS announcer Chic Anderson makes the classic call.
Tags: Secretariat  Belmont 
Added: 23rd December 2007
Views: 2291
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Posted By: Lava1964
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
Views: 4010
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Posted By: Babs64
Debut of South Park 1997 In August 1997 the Comedy Central cable network debuted the animated series South Park. Its irreverent humor quickly became a smash hit, drawing TV audiences in the millions. Not everyone was enamored, though. South Park's frequent depiction of taboo subject matter, general toilet humor, accessibility to children viewers, disregard of decency standards, and portrayal of religion for comic effect have been the main sources for generating controversy and debate over the course of its run. No subject is off limits and people and policies from every political stripe have been skewered.
Tags: South  Park  television  sitcom 
Added: 4th October 2009
Views: 1446
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Posted By: Lava1964
Beatles Seen Ringo's All Star Band in A.C. 5 STARS!Waing on Paul to return to my area.Thanx King of POP for stealing the rights to most of the songs from under Paul's nose.Now Paul and Yoko for years now have been trying to get back.They changed our generation it's this generations time to hear the hundreds of songs that receive no airplay because of your underhandedness.Hinkley *%#+@%#**^+!!!!Just saw HELP digitally remastered I understand the Brits humor this time around 5 stars also!
Tags: John    Paul    George    and    Ringo 
Added: 30th December 2007
Views: 1494
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Posted By: tommy7
For Old Fart  Michael Richards on Fridays A younger Michael Richards as 'Combat Kid' on ABC's 'Fridays'. This was what SNL used to be, high energy, edgy and hip. SNL had become tedious and chances are that if you thought the same about Friday's you were just too young to understand the comedic references. SNL had become a media institution at that point, like Rolling Stone, which used to be considered part of The Underground Press, and if you had a media product to peddle it was simply a base that had to be touched by the star or written into the sketches. Friday's didn't care about any of that. From the announcer's screaming greeting 'Liiiiiiiiiive, from the Los Angeles basin!' to music by that day's hippest bands, Friday's showcased some of the most outrageous comedy to be found on TV. Most people remember Darrow Igus's Rasta Gourmet 'Do we bake it?' 'No no no no!' 'Do we fry it?' 'No no no no!' 'til finally 'We SMOKE it!' 'ya ya ya ya', exclaimed Igus' gourmet, whose only spice was Ganja. Michael Richard's Battle Boy got sicker and sicker as he developed the character, finally taking his little Sister hostage, burying her in the ground and threatening to torture her Barbie. Then there were the times he set his Army men on fire, complete with simulated screams. Very bizarre, but funny!
Tags: fridays  michael  richards  abc  late  night  comedy 
Added: 10th January 2008
Views: 3900
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Posted By: Naomi
Womens Roller Derby 1952 Here's about five minutes of the New York Chiefs skating against the Jersey Jolters in 1952. Roller derby is another fine, upstanding sport--much like pro wrestling.
Tags: Roller  Derby 
Added: 15th January 2008
Views: 4309
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Posted By: Lava1964
I Love To Love   Tina Charles This should set the reminiscing standards for the 1970s!
Tags: I  Love  To  Love  -  Tina  Charles 
Added: 28th January 2008
Views: 1145
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Posted By: pfc

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