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Dick Van Dyke Part Two

Dick Van Dyke Part Two

Dick Van Dyke Part Two

I have The Dick Van Dyke Show, on iTunes and now I can see it whenever I want. Dick Van Dyke Part Two, is about films and I have Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Mary Poppins, and Bye Bye Birdy, so I’m a big fan. I also have his albums, which you can hear on on the bottom of this blog.

Film

Van Dyke began his film career by playing the role of Albert J. Peterson in the film version of Bye Bye Birdie (1963). Despite his unhappiness with the adaptation its focus differed from the stage version in that the story now centered on a previously supporting character the film was a success. That same year, Van Dyke was cast in two roles: as the chimney sweep Bert, and as bank chairman Mr. Dawes Senior, in Walt Disney‘s Mary Poppins (1964). For his scen...

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Dick Van Dyke Part One

Dick Van Dyke Part One

Dick Van Dyke Part One

I grew with him, whether it’s his TV show, or the films he’s in, he always make me laugh. In Dick Van Dyke Part One, you will laugh and be entertain.

Dick Van Dyke

Richard Wayne Van Dyke (born December 13, 1925) is an American actor, comedian,writer, singer, and dancer, whose award-winning career has spanned seven decades.

Dick Van Dyke

Van Dyke in 2017

Born

Richard Wayne Van Dyke

December 13, 1925 (age 93).

West Plains, Missouri, U.S.

Residence

Malibu, California, U.S.

Occupation

Actor, comedian, writer, singer, dancer.

Years Active

1947 present.

Spouses

Margie Willett.
( m. 1948; div. 1984).

Arlene Silver.
( m. 2012).

Partner

Michelle Triola Marvin.

( 1976 2009; her death).

Children

4, including Barry.

Relatives

Jerry

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Talented Johnny Ace

Talented Johnny Ace

Talented Johnny Ace

What can I type, which everyone knows of (or will know after I do this blog, Talented Johnny Ace), and talks about around dinner table, and in nightclubs all around the world. It’s Talented Johnny Ace, and I have it all on one blog.

John Marshall Alexander Jr. (June 9, 1929 December 25, 1954), known by the stage name Johnny Ace, was an American rhythm-and-blues singer. He had a string of hit singles in the mid-1950s. He died of an accidental self-inflicted gunshot wound atthe age of 25.

Johnny Ace

Johnny Ace photo.jpg

Talented Johnny Ace

Ace in 1954



Background Information



Birth name

John Marshall Alexander Jr.

Born June 9, 1929 Memphis, Tennessee, United States Died December 25, 1954( aged25).
Houston, Texas, United States.

Genres

R&B.

Years A...

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LaVern Baker Part One

LaVern Baker Part One

LaVern Baker 1956.jpg

LaVern Baker Part One

Baker in 1956

I was looking at my albums, and I found that I haven’t done her yet, so I’m doing her now, in this blog entitled LaVern Baker Part One, hope you enjoy her as much as I.

Delores LaVern Baker (November 11, 1929 March 10, 1997) was an American rhythm-and-blues singer who had several hit records on the pop chart in the 1950s andearly 1960s. Her most successful records were Tweedle Dee (1955 ), Jim Dandy(1956 ), and I Cried a Tear (1958 ).

LaVern Baker

Background Information

Birth Name .

Delores Evans.

Also Known as .

Delores Williams.

Little Miss Sharecropper.

Bea Baker.
Born.
November 11, 1929.
Chicago, Illinois, U.S.
Died.
March 10, 1997( aged 67).
Queens, New York, U.S.
Genres.
Blues, R&B.
Occupations.
Singer,
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Big Mama Thornton Part One

Big Mama Thornton Part One

Big Mama Thornton Part One

Big Mama Thornton Part One

You may like Elvis Presley’s version, but you haven’t heard Houndog, well in this blog, Big Mama Thornton Part One, you will finally hear it.

Willie Mae Thornton (December 11, 1926– July 25, 1984) much better referred to as Big Mama Thornton, was an American rhythm-and-blues vocalist and also songwriter. She was the initial to tape-record Leiber as well as Stoller’s “Hound Dog”, in 1952, which became her most significant hit, remaining 7 weeks at leading on the Billboard R&B graph in 1953 and also marketing nearly 2 million duplicates. Thornton’s various other recordings consisted of the initial variation of “Ball ‘n’ Chain”, which she created.

Large Mama Thornton

Thornton concerning 1955– 1960

History details

Birth name

Willie Mae Tho...

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Legendary Andy Williams Part Eight

Legendary Andy Williams Part Eight

Legendary Andy Williams Part Eight

Legendary Andy Williams Part Eight

In Part Seven, I typed about Andy Williams’ albums, it’s only fair to type about his singles, and that’s why Legendary Andy Williams Part Eight, is for. So let’s complete this blog Legendary Andy Williams Part Eight, and enjoy his album.

Singles

Year
Title
Peak graph placements
Non-charting B-sides
From very same cd as A-side other than where suggested
Cd
United States
CB
A/C
R&B UK
1948
Jubilee By Kay Thompson & & The Williams Brothers ———- Back Home Againin Indiana Non-album tracks

Louisiana Purchase By Kay Thompson & The Williams Brothers ———- I SeeYour Face Before Me 1954

Why Should I Cry Over You ———- You Can’t Buy Happiness 1955.

Now I Know ———- Here Comes That Dream Again.

Christmas

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Legendary Andy Williams Part Seven

Legendary Andy Williams Part Seven

Legendary Andy Williams Part Seven

Legendary Andy Williams Part Seven

As you may know, I’m updating my past blogs, and I found that I never completed Andy Williams life story, well this blog Legendary Andy Williams Part Seven, will almost complete it, and Part Eight will complete it, so be looking for Part Eight as well.

Compilation CD’s

A variety of Williams collections are remarkable for either their chart success, as born in mind by 20 of them provided below, or the item included. As an instance, Williams himself selected the tracks contained on Moon River: The Very Best of Andy Williams.Year Title Peak
chart setups Qualifications United States UK 1958 Andy Williams

* Label: Cadence– 1961 Andy Williams’Best

* Label: Cadence 59– 1962 Million Seller Songs

* Label: Cadence 54– 1965 Canadi...

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Life And Times Of Roberta Flack Part Three

Life And Times Of Roberta Flack Part Three

Life And Times Of Roberta Flack Part Three

Life And Times Of Roberta Flack Part Three

Life And Times Of Roberta Flack Part Three, is the end for now, but wait, to me, theirs more to her story. As long as she’s on my website on one of my blogs, she’ll always be typed about. So let’s read this blog, Life And Times Of Roberta Flack Part Three and listen to her album.

Later work

In 1999, a star with Flack’s name was placed on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. That similar year, she provided a program expedition in South Africa; the last effectiveness was joined by President Nelson Mandela. In 2010, she appeared on the 52nd Annual Grammy Awards, singing a duet of “Where Is The Love” with Maxwell.In February
2012, Flack introduced Let it Be Roberta, a cd of Beatles covers including “Hey Jude” along w...

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Buck Owens Part Five

Buck Owens Part Five

Buck Owens Part Five

Buck Owens Part Five

This is farewell to Buck Owens for awhile, in Buck Owens Part Five, I want you to know, that closing a blog series is truly death to me, but I will open it up again when I find something new about them. being that theirs five blogs of Buck Owens, that means five albums, so you can always come back for that. Without further ado, here’s Buck Owens Part Five, please enjoy.

Death

Dollar Owens passed away in his rest of an obvious cardiac arrest on March 25, 2006, just hrs after executing at his Crystal Palace dining establishment, club and also gallery in Bakersfield...

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Legendary Bo Diddley Part Six

Legendary Bo Diddley Part Six

Legendary Bo Diddley Part Six

Legendary Bo Diddley Part Six

I hope you like Legendary Bo Diddley Part Six, like you like the other Parts, because it’s the last in this series. Don’t worry, I got plenty more Legendary Bo Diddley, so I’ll be finding another series of blogs for my albums to be on. So now, here’s Bo Diddley Part Six, and another album. I can’t wait for that to happen, not for the album, but to type about Bo Diddley with more information about him, which is more important, which is why I have this website in the first place.

Discography

“I made use of to anger concerning individuals taping my points; currently I obtained a brand-new point going … I do not anger regarding them tape-recording my product since they maintain me active.”

Bo Diddley, 1969 Pop Chronicles meeting

W...

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