Category 1927

Life And Times Of Eartha Kitt Part Six

Life And Times Of Eartha Kitt Part Six

Life And Times Of Eartha Kitt Part Six

Life And Times Of Eartha Kitt Part Six

Documentary

Life And Times Of Eartha Kitt Part Six

Life And Times Of Eartha Kitt Part Six

Year

Film

Role

1982

All by Myself: The Eartha Kitt Story (Documentary)

Herself

1995

Unzipped (Documentary)

Herself

2002

The Making and Meaning of We Are Family (Documentary)

Herself

The Sweatbox (Documentary)

Herself

Stage work

Life And Times Of Eartha Kitt Part Six

Life And Times Of Eartha Kitt Part Six

Year

Title

Location

Role

Notes

1945

Blue Holiday

Broadway

Performer

as a member of the Katherine Dunham Troupe; a short-lived production at the Belasco Theatre

Carib Song

Broadway

Company

as a member of the Katherine Dunham Troupe; performed at the Adelphi Theatre as an Original Broadway production

1946

Bal Nègre

Broadway, and Europe

Performer

as a member of the Katherine Dunham Troupe; widely ac...

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Life And Times Of Eartha Kitt Part Five

Life And Times Of Eartha Kitt Part Five

Life And Times Of Eartha Kitt Part Five

Life And Times Of Eartha Kitt Part Five

It’s been awhile, but she’s worth the wait, for Eartha Kitt is unique. Her voice is different from all the rest. In Life And Times Of Eartha Kitt Part Five, i’ll be typing about her death, which she will be missed, awards, and nominations. which are many. After you read Life And Times Of Eartha Kitt Part Five, stick awhile for my new album, I just bought(, so I hope you like it.

Death

Eartha Kitt died from colon cancer on Christmas Day 2008, at her home in Weston, Connecticut Her daughter, Kitt Shapiro, discussed her last days with her mother:

I was with her when she died. She left this world literally screaming at the top of her lungs...

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Life And Times Of Eartha Kitt Part Four

Life And Times Of Eartha Kitt Part Four

Life And Times Of Eartha Kitt Part Four

Life And Times Of Eartha Kitt Part Four

Well, I’m back doing Life And Times Of Eartha Kitt Part Four. I meant to do it earlier, so I can Part Five(or six), but I’m late.I got a note from a little kid’s mom saying that her daughter has an excuse to be late, only I forgot, to bring it here with me., After I blew my nose, I can’t seem to find the note, and as I knocked the girl down, I promised to give it back, so she won’t get kicked out of school telling her teacher a bunch made up story, like the one I’m typing, but mine actually happen in another galaxy, farther than the galaxy that just been discovered, that way, you’ll never be sure, if I’m making this up(it’s so logical, how can anyone know that I’m making this up)...

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Musical Films Of 1927

Musical Films Of 1927

Musical Films Of 1927

Musical Films Of 1927

The Jazz Singer released October 6, starring Al Jolson.

Musical Films Of 1927 has only one musical movie and that is The Jazz Singer, in fact it’s the very first talkie and since I’m typing you about it, it’s also the first musical move. In 1927, only one film was a musical, and that’s The Jazz Singer. From the beginning of the movie industry, 1927 was the first year that had music in it which is still talked about today. It’s still a silent movie, so I’m sure you might not want to read the subtitles, but then I watch foreign movies so silent movies is just the same. The story is dated and it moves slow, but I still had to buy the album, because this website will have an album on each blog I do...

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The Talented Patti Page Part Five

The Talented Patti Page Part Five

Talented Patti Page Part Five

Talented Patti Page Part Five

I had to cut it down to size to get you to read this, for it’s long and I wasn’t going to continue with another, however, name any singer today that has done more than Patti Page and you have to be lying. In The Talented Patti Page Part Five, I have an album for you so you can take a break from my list of songs that I could have kept on going on Part Four. The Talented Patti Page Part Five, will also have an album and I also hope you like that one as well.

“One of Us (Will Weep Tonight)”
31




“I Wish I’d Never Been Born”
52




N/A
“Don’t Read the Letter”
65




Golden Hits, Vol. 2
1961
“A City Girl Stole My Country Boy”
90




N/A
“Mom and Dad’s Waltz”
58
14
21


Patti...

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Talented Patti Page Part Four

Talented Patti Page Part Four

Talented Patti Page Part Four

Talented Patti Page Part Four

I’m now on Talented Patti Page Part Four, I’m done with her life story, so now it’s going to do Patti Page discography, and you think it be easy, well it’s not, because theirs a lot of them. Talented Patti Page Part Four, has her alums, her TV appearance that fills over 1,353 words, it’s my longest blog yet (and I won’t do this again). I wanted you to know how much sh done and how today artist don’t. I have enough information to make another blog this size for Patti Page, before I can say I’m done, with Patti Page. I have an album for you to listen to after your done reading Talented Patti Page Part Four, so enjoy.

Talented Patti Page Part Four

Talented Patti Page Part Four

Patti Page discography

Studio albums
40
Live albums
2
Compilation albums
18
Tribute ...

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Talented Patti Page Part Three

Talented Patti Page Part Three

Talented Patti Page Part three

Talented Patti Page Part Three

It’s amazing how Patti Page was, she wasn’t just a singer, she was more than a star. In Talented Patti Page Part Three you’ll see what I mean, about Patti Page.

Later career: 1983–2012
In 1986 Page and arranger Vic Schoen reunited for a stage show in Las Vegas.
In 1988, Page appeared in New York City to perform at the Ballroom, marking the first time that she had performed in New York in nearly twenty years. She received positive reviews from music critics. In the 1990s, Page founded her own record label, C.A.F. Records, which released various albums, including a 2003 children’s album.
In the early 1990s, Page moved west to San Diego, California, and continued to perform live shows at venues across the country.
In 1998, Page ...

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Talented Patti Page Part One

Talented Patti Page Part One

Talented Patti Page Part One

Talented Patti Page Part One

Page in the 1950s

I’m updating Talented Patti Page Part One, and I hope you like it, I’m checking for spelling checks and look of Talented Patti Page Part One, so you like it better, so you can tell your friends about it. So now that’s out of the way, here’s Talented Patti Page Part One, let me know if you like it.

Clara Ann Fowler (November 8, 1927 – January 1, 2013), known by her professional name Patti Page, was an American singer of traditional pop music and country music. She was the top-charting female vocalist and best-selling female artist of the 1950s, selling over 100 million records during a six-decade long career. She was often introduced as “the Singin’ Rage, Miss Patti Page”. New York WNEW disc-jockey William B...

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The Life And Times Of Andy Williams Part Six

The Life And Times Of Andy Williams Part Six

Album reissues

Many of the albums that Williams recorded were originally available in the vinyl LP, 8-track tape, Reel-to-reel, and audio cassette formats but were later reissued on compact disc. With close to 80 minutes of space available on each disc, it was possible to combine two albums on one CD, and most Williams albums have been paired up and reissued in this format, as shown in the collapsed table below:
Reissue CD released
Label
Album one
Year
Album two
Year
1990
Columbia
Moon River and Other Great Movie Themes
1962
Days of Wine and Roses and Other TV Requests
1963
1995
Sony
Can’t Get Used to Losing You and Other Requests
1963
Love, Andy
1967
1999
Sony
Warm and Willing
1962
The Shadow of Your Smile
1966
1999
Collectables
The Academy Awa...

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The Life And Times Andy Williams Part Five

The Life And Times Andy Williams Part Five

The Columbia years

Williams’s move to Columbia Records in 1961 heralded the start of a highly successful series of albums produced by Robert Mersey that focused on standards, including many from stage and screen, with some Easy Listening hits of the day eventually becoming part of the formula. One of these projects, 1962’s Moon River and Other Great Movie Themes, became his first album to reach the top 10 on Billboard’s Top LP’s chart and his earliest recording to receive Gold certification from the Recording Industry Association of America...

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