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Little River Band  Reminiscing Music from Australia and New Zealand in the year 1978: Little River Band's promo-video for the hit single 'Reminiscing' (July, 1978) taken from the 1978 album 'Sleeper Catcher'. 'Sleeper Catcher' was the first Australian recorded album to reach platinum status in the US.
Tags: Little  River  Band  Reminiscing 
Added: 4th June 2008
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Posted By: rickfmdj
Sam Cook Old Man River Here's a real oldie from his appearance on the Steve Allen Show dated approx. March 2, 1958. Although this series was originally broadcast in color, only a black and white kinescope survives. Sorry about the lack of video quality, but it doesn't detract from that great voice!
Tags: the  steve  allen  show  sam  cook  old  man  river 
Added: 7th June 2008
Views: 1545
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Posted By: Naomi
Seinfeld On Old People Sounds familiar, I've already caught myself with the directional signal on for who knows how long!
Tags: Jerry  Seinfeld  On  Old  People  Senior  Drivers 
Added: 21st June 2008
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Posted By: Cliffy
Old Rivers Tribute to Walter Brennan 1962
Tags: Good  Stuff! 
Added: 24th June 2008
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Posted By: Marty6697
Double Life of Arthur Irwin Toronto's Arthur Irwin was the man who invented the baseball gove. In 1884, while playing with the National League's Providence Grays, Irwin broke two fingers on his catching hand. In order to keep playing, he wore a carriage driver's glove filled with cotton. At first Irwin was derided as a sissy, but within a decade almost all major leaguers were wearing gloves in the field. However, Irwin is most famous for the double life he led as a bigamist--one that only became known after he died. On July 16, 1921, Irwin was aboard a New York to Bston ship, the Calvin Murphy. He told a fellow passenger he was going home to Boston to die. The next morning, Irwin was nowhere to be found. It was surmised that he either jumped or fell overboard. Irwin left behind a grieving wife and family in Boston--and a grieving wife and family in New York City! Neither family had any inkling of the other's existence. Irwin's body was never found, leading to speculation that he had faked his death. For years there were rumors he was living in rural Georgia under an assumed name. Irwin's sister answered the accusations by saying, 'With Arthur, you never know.'
Tags: Arthur  Irwin  bigamist  disappearance 
Added: 16th August 2008
Views: 2449
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Posted By: Lava1964
1978 AFC Championship Game Here's a treat for you NFL fans: the first 10 minutes of NBC's broadcast of the 1978 AFC Championship game between the visiting Houston Oilers and host Pittsburgh Steelers. The game was played on January 7, 1979 in miserable conditions at Pittsburgh's Three Rivers Stadium. Cold rain, huge puddles, and partially frozen artificial turf made this contest difficult for both teams. The Steelers won the game 34-5 and then beat Dallas 35-31 in Super Bowl XIII two weeks later.
Tags: 1978  AFC  Championship  game  NFL 
Added: 15th November 2008
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Posted By: Lava1964
The Face of the Great Depression Part 2 The Dust Bowl Refugees he Face of the Great Depression Part Two: Dust Bowl Refugees Photos: The Library of Congress - from the Dorothea Lange Collection Music: hard time killing floor blues Chris Thomas King presbyterian guitar Soggy Bottom Boys can't find my way home down to the river to pray Alison Krause this land is your land Woody Guthrie conceived and produced by Dale Caruso
Tags:     Great    Depression    Dust    Bowl    1930s    Dorothea    Lange    Migrants     
Added: 25th September 2008
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Posted By: dalecaruso
Can You Hear the Bitter Cry of Children They were called Drivers, Greasers, Oilers, Pushers, Breakers, and Trappers. They salvaged coal from the slag heap, for10 cents for each hundred-pound sack or two dollars a ton. Boys as young as 8, working ten-hour days.. The Photography of Ben Shahn and Louis Wickes Hine Library of Congress shorpy.com http://shorpy.com/ Music: Pete Seeger and The Civil War Soundtrack, Ken Burns producer conceived and produced by: Dale Caruso
Tags: Coal    Mining    Childern     
Added: 26th September 2008
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Posted By: dalecaruso
Chepstow Caer Cymru If there is a castle that comes close to matching Harlech Castle in historical importance, that castle is surely Chepstow. Chepstow is a Norman castle perched high above the banks of the river Wye in southeast Wales. Construction began at Chepstow in 1067, less than a year after William the Conqueror was crowned King of England. It was his master castle builder in the person of his loyal Norman lord William FitzOsbern. FitzOsbern's fortresses were the vehicles from which the new king consolidated control of his newly conquered lands. Chepstow Castle became the key launching point for expeditions into Wales, expeditions that eventually subdued the rebellious population. Photos Char Terry Winter becky.bryan Red Kit Nigel Feasey scuba_dooba Karen McCort Phillip Parr Joe Dunckley Maggie McDonnell mrabanalc miss.piccolo mrssleepy(Rachelle Sadler) Jon Combe Martin Morland Marauder Karen & J.J. Morton Roman Solowiej kfy Doug Woods TimS Simon Music The Angels of Venice dragonfly Mediaeval Baebes gaudete Jeff van Dyck medieval II cathedral of doom Hans Zimmer strength and honor Hans Zimmer and Enya now we are free conceived and produced by Dale Caruso For more information about the Castles and Abbeys of Wales Visit http://www.castlewales.com/ And for more information about Jeff van Dyck's soundtrack track for the PC Game Total War and for information about the game itself, visit www.totalwar.com/
Tags:   Medieval    Castles    Wales    12th    Century    Wye    River    Normans     
Added: 27th September 2008
Views: 1650
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Posted By: dalecaruso
Paul Newman Passes at 83 Paul Newman, the Academy-Award winning superstar who personified cool as the anti-hero of such films as "Hud,""Cool Hand Luke" and "The Color of Money" - and as an activist, race car driver and popcorn impresario - has died. He was 83. Newman died Friday after a long battle with cancer at his farmhouse near Westport, publicist Jeff Sanderson said. He was surrounded by his family and close friends. In May, Newman had dropped plans to direct a fall production of "Of Mice and Men," citing unspecified health issues. He got his start in theater and on television during the 1950s, and went on to become one of the world's most enduring and popular film stars, a legend held in awe by his peers. He was nominated for Oscars 10 times, winning one regular award and two honorary ones, and had major roles in more than 50 motion pictures, including "Exodus,""Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid,""The Verdict,""The Sting" and "Absence of Malice." ******MORE IN COMMENTS******
Tags: paul  newman  death  actors  celebrities  oscar  winners 
Added: 27th September 2008
Views: 1375
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Posted By: Naomi

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