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Emerson Lake and Palmer Fanfare For the Common Man One of American composer Aaron Copland's most popular and recognized pieces of classical music in the 20th century.Written in 1942 for the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra under conductor Eugene Goossens.Three verses eighty plus;Not too shabby.
Tags: Emerson  Lake  &  Palmer  -  Fanfare  For  the  Common  Man 
Added: 1st January 2008
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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
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Posted By: Naomi
The First Cut Is The Deepest  1967 P.P.Arnold with her version of the song written by Cat Stevens and probably the most remembered!
Tags: The  First  Cut  Is  The  Deepest    1967  P.P.Arnold 
Added: 1st August 2009
Views: 2225
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Posted By: donmac101
Now we are free Just a beautiful song from a good movie. Lisa Gerrard lends such emotion to the soundtrack of Gladiator. The music for this song was written by Hans Zimmer, Lisa Gerrard and Klaus Badlet and no matter how many times I hear it, I love it. A classic before time.
Tags: Wonderful 
Added: 14th January 2008
Views: 1731
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Posted By: donmac101
Neil Aspinall Passes Away Neil Aspinall started out driving the Beatles around to gigs in his van. He eventually helped turn the Fab Four into a moneymaking machine, even after their split in 1970. He loses his battle with lung cancer at 66...here is a column of his written in 1966 . . .
Tags: Neil  Aspinall      lung  cancer      Beatles      column 
Added: 26th March 2008
Views: 1187
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Posted By: Teresa
CHICAGO  Saturday in the Park Live This was filmed at the Arie Crown Theater in Chicago, IL in November of 1972. Chicago performed an entire week of sold out performances at the ACT. 'Saturday in the Park' was written by Robert Lamm and can be heard on their 1972 'Chicago V' album.
Tags: chicago  saturday  in  the  park  arie  crown  theater  70s  music 
Added: 22nd January 2008
Views: 5249
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Posted By: Babs64
Everyones Gone To The Moon - Jonathan King 'Everyone's Gone To The Moon' is a song that was written and recorded as the debut single of the British singer-songwriter, producer and impresario Jonathan King. The song, which was released in 1965 while King was still an undergraduate at Cambridge University, immediately shot him to international fame. It was a top-ten hit in the UK and also reached #17 on the US Billboard Hot 100. It went on to sell more than 4.5 million copies world-wide and so established King in the music industry. It has since been performed by hundreds of other artists, including Marlene Dietrich, Nina Simone, Frank Sinatra and Percy Faith. Source: Wikipedia
Tags: Jonathan  King  Everyone 
Added: 14th August 2010
Views: 3310
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Posted By: jedwgrn
Running Bear Written by the Big Bopper, and here performed by Johnny Preston.
Tags: Johnny  Preston  Running  Bear  Big  Bopper 
Added: 9th February 2008
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Posted By: donmac101
Hannibal   Vide Cor Meum Ask any youngen if they've listened to opera and the answer will no doubt be no. What most will forget is hearing it in a film or as the undertone to a popular hit. I put forward the following for your approval. From the movie, Hannibal this atmospheric piece was written by Patrick Cassidy and included in the Hans Zimmer soundtrack. The words are from Dante's "La Vita Nuova". Gives me chills just to listen to this.
Tags: Hannibal  Patrick  Cassidy  Hans  Zimmer  Soundtrack 
Added: 9th February 2008
Views: 1469
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Posted By: donmac101
Billy Ripken Baseball Card Obscenity Fleer's 1989 baseball card of Billy Ripken of the Baltimore Orioles had an unusual feature: an obscenity on the handle of his bat. For years Ripken blamed a playful teammate for scribbling the naughty message on his bat just before the photo was taken. In 2009 Ripken fessed up, saying he had written the message on his batting practice bat to distinguish it from his game bats. He had just finished taking BP at Fenway Park when the Fleer photographer snapped this photo. When this error became public knowledge, Fleer reissued Ripken's card several different times, with the offending message blacked out or obscured in a different manner. Predictably, the original 'error card' is much in demand by collectors.
Tags: Billy  Ripken  baseball  card  error 
Added: 10th February 2008
Views: 2556
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Posted By: Lava1964

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