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Soulful Strut- Young-Holt Unlimited Also known as instrumental version Am I the Same Girl by Barbara Acklin. Both songs were released in 1968. Young Hold Unlimited were just a drum, bassist-cellist and piano trio. They were never able to perform this song live because they never had a horn section.
Tags: Soulful  Strut-  Young-Holt  Unlimited    Ken  Chaney  Isaac  "Red"  Holt  and  bassist  Eldee  Young 
Added: 30th November 2015
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Posted By: Music Maiden
Nick Lucas on The Tonight Show 1969 You've probably never heard of Nick Lucas, but here's a chance to discover a great, forgotten talent. In 1929, the 32-year-old Lucas, who was already a major recording star, introduced Tiptoe Through the Tulips in the movie Gold Diggers of Broadway. Tiny Tim revitalized the song four decades later and became friends with Lucas. When Tiny Tim got married on The Tonight Show on December 17, 1969, the 72-year-old Lucas was an honored guest. He performed two songs masterfully while playing his trademark style of deep guitar. Can you guess what the second song was? Lucas died three weeks before his 85th birthday in 1982.
Tags: Nick  Lucas  guitarist  singer  Tiptoe  Through  the  Tulips  Tiny  Tim  wedding 
Added: 5th December 2015
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Posted By: Lava1964
Ashlee Simpson On Saturday Night Live In 2004 Simpson gave one of the most awkward performances in TV history when she was caught lip-syncing to one of her songs. She then tried dancing a jig before running off the stage.
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Added: 6th December 2015
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Posted By: WestVirginiaRebel
Shirley Temple 1939 Assassination Attempt On Christmas Eve 1939, child movie star Shirley Temple was appearing on a live radio show in Los Angeles which was both a charity benefit and a means of promoting her new feature movie The Blue Bird. While singing one of the songs from the film, a woman in the audience stood up and pulled a handgun from her purse. Shirley saw the gun and remarkably continued singing--albeit a little bit off key. The woman was subdued and luckily never fired her gun. Police learned that the deranged woman believed that Shirley had 'stolen the soul' of her daughter. Apparently the woman had given birth to a girl on April 23, 1929, but the baby died not long after being delivered. The woman--who was obviously mentally ill--discovered that Shirley Temple was allegedly born on that same day. Employing twisted logic, the woman convinced herself that killing Shirley would be an act of vengeance. Shirley correctly pointed out in her autobiography that the woman had gotten her birth date wrong. Shirley was actually born in 1928. Shirley's mother, Gertrude, had lopped a year off her age to make it appear she was younger than she actually was. Shirley herself was unaware of her correct birth date until she was nearing her birthday in 1941. Only then did her mother tell her she was actually going to be 13 years old instead of 12.
Tags: Shirley  Temple  assassination  attempt 
Added: 5th May 2017
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Posted By: Lava1964
Top 20 Greatest Songs 1930-1939 Watch the best hits of 1930-1939 Official Resource: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PDRWlUh3LUM Music made for players on the site rocketpayz.com, where you can find review on raging bull mobile casino . More music find out on the official website.
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Added: 13th April 2020
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Posted By: ErinGoulart

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