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Tiny Tim Part Two

Tiny Tim Part Two

Tiny Tim Part Two

Tiny Tim Part Two

I’m doing another blog called Tiny Tim Part Two. You may not know of him, but believe me, he has a longer musical career than those of today in music.

Life And Also Profession

At eleven years old, Khaury started finding out to play the violin, as well as later on grabbed the mandolin, and also what would certainly be considered his trademark tool, the ukulele, and also took pleasure in carrying out in the house for his moms and dads. Throughout his recuperation from having his appendix eliminated in 1945, he checked out the Bible, paid attention to songs on the radio as well as sang along, and also afterwards hardly ever left his area, other than to head to institution, where he was a sub-par pupil...

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Tiny Tim Part One

Tiny Tim Part One

Tiny Tim Part One

Tiny Tim Part One

When I was eight, I thought Tiny Tim, was the best, and I thought he had a great voice, but then I was only eight and I didn’t hear anyone else, except for what My Parents played, and that’s another story I’ll get into once I start getting into The Greatest Decade Of Times, The 1960’s.

Herbert Buckingham Khaury (April 12, 1932 – November 30, 1996), known professionally as Tiny Tim, was an American singer, most of the time ukulele player, and musical archivist. He is best remembered for his cover hits “Tiptoe Through the Tulips” and “Livin’ in the Sunlight, Lovin’ in the Moonlight”, which are sung in a high falsetto/vibrato voice.

Tiny Tim

Born

Herbert Buckingham Khaury

April 12, 1932

Manhattan, New York, U.S.

Died

November 30, 1996 (aged 64)

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Legendary Little Richard Part nine

Legendary Little Richard Part nine

Legendary Little Richard Part nine

Legendary Little Richard Part nine

Here’s some information about Little Richard, called Legendary Little Richard Part nine, with a new album, please enjoy.

Legacy Music

He claims to be “the architect of rock and roll”, and history would seem to bear out Little Richard’s boast. More than any other performer – save, perhaps, Elvis Presley, Little Richard blew the lid off the Fifties, laying the foundation for rock and roll with his explosive music and charismatic persona. On record, he made spine-tingling rock and roll. His frantically charged piano playing and raspy, shouted vocals on such classics as “Tutti Frutti”, “Long Tall Sally” and “Good Golly, Miss Molly” defined the dynamic sound of rock and roll.
—Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
Little Richard...

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Legendary Little Richard Part Eight

Legendary Little Richard Part Eight

Legendary Little Richard Part Eight

Legendary Little Richard Part Eight

It’s been over a year, but I never forget my favorite performers and singers. Little Richard is a performer, because he can sing, play instruments, and he wrote songs. In this blog entitled Legendary Little Richard Part Eight, i’m going to deal with his religion and health, so keep reading and see and hear what this blog has.

Religion

Little Richard’s family had deep evangelical (Baptist and African Methodist Episcopal Church (AME)) Christian roots, including two uncles and a grandfather who were preachers. Little Richard also took part in Macon’s Pentecostal churches, which were his favorites mainly due to their music, charismatic praise, dancing in the Holy Spirit and speaking in tongues...

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The Talented Life Of John Williams Part Eight

The Talented Life Of John Williams Part Eight

The Talented Life Of John Williams Part Eight

The Talented Life Of John Williams Part Eight

John Williams’s movie scores and awards go on and on, and I can keep listing, which is amazing, but I can’t keep up with him, so this will be the last for awhile, until I find something more then his list of awards. This blog is entitled The Talented Life Of John Williams Part Eight, but I could have named it John William’s List Of Films Part Two, and it would mean the same. Here’s The Talented Life Of John Williams Part Eight, and a video afterwards.

Grammy Awards

Year Project Category Result
1962 Checkmate Best Soundtrack Album or Recording or Score from Motion Picture or Television Nominated
1975 Jaws Album of Best Original Score Written for a Motion Picture or a Television Sp...
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The Talented Life Of John Williams Part Seven

The Talented Life Of John Williams Part Seven

The Talented Life Of John Williams Part Seven

The Talented Life Of John Williams Part Seven

Everyone knows The Talented Life Of John Williams for Jaws and STAR WARS, but did you know he did Harry Potter and others that is so long I had to make a list of. In The Talented Life Of John Williams Part Seven, that’s exactly what I done, so here’s what I found and some I was amaze to find out myself.

Academy Awards

Year Project Category Result
1967 Valley of the Dolls Best Score Adaptation Nominated
1969 Goodbye, Mr Chips Best Score Adaptation Nominated
The Reivers Best Original Score Nominated
1971 Fiddler on the Roof Best Scoring Adaptation and Original Song Score Won
1972 Images Best Original Dramatic Score Nominated
The Poseidon Adventure Best Original Dramatic Sco...
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The Talented Life Of John Williams Part Six

The Talented Life Of John Williams Part Six

The Talented Life Of John Williams Part Six

The Talented Life Of John Williams Part Six

Williams conducting at Hollywood Bowl.

Williams makes annual appearances with the Los Angeles Philharmonic at the Hollywood Bowl, and took part as conductor and composer in the orchestra’s opening gala concerts for the Walt Disney Concert Hall in 2003. In 2004, Williams both served as the Grand Marshal for the Rose Parade, and directed “The Star Spangled Banner” at the Rose Bowl’s beginning. In April 2005, Williams and the Boston Pops performed the “Throne Room Finale” from Star Wars at opening day in Fenway Park as the Boston Red Sox, having won their first World Series championship since 1918, received their championship rings...

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The Talented Life Of John Williams Part Five

The Talented Life Of John Williams Part Five

The Talented Life Of John Williams Part Five

The Talented Life Of John Williams Part Five

I feel in a good mood, which means to watch(only), the first six films of STAR WARS, and you can’t get those great John Williams tunes out of your head. In this blog The Talented Life Of John Williams Part Five, I’m going to start where I left off yesterday on The Talented Life Of John Williams Part Four, so let’s get to it and read and see John Williams.

I’m In February 2013, Williams expressed his interest in working in the Star Wars sequel trilogy, stating: “Now we’re hearing of a new set of movies coming in 2015, 2016… so I need to make sure I’m still ready to go in a few years for what I hope would be continued work with George...

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The Talented Life Of John Williams Part Four

The Talented Life Of John Williams Part Four

The Talented Life Of John Williams Part Four

The Talented Life Of John Williams Part Four

I haven’t forgotten about The Talented Life Of John Williams, it’s just that his songs are too long for my website that I put him on hold, but not now. In The Talented Life Of John Williams Part Four, has more information about his soundtracks from films which we all like to watch all the time.

The Talented Life Of John Williams Part Four

The Talented Life Of John Williams Part Four

John Williams conducting the score to Raiders

of the Lost Ark in the Avery Fisher Hall.

For the 1976 Alfred Hitchcock film, Family Plot, Williams was not in love with this particular film, but did not want to turn down the chance to work for Hitchcock. Hitchcock merely told him that in scoring the film to remember one thing, “Murder can be fun...

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George Jones Part Three

George Jones Part Three

George Jones Part Three

George Jones Part Three

I hope you didn’t forget about George Jones, or to forget to do a blog called George Jones Part Three, well I haven’t, and to prove it, here’s George Jones Part Three, please enjoy his album.

Commercial breakout (1959–1964)

In 1959, Jones had his first number one on the Billboard country chart with “White Lightnin'”, ironically a more authentic rock and roll sound than his half-hearted rockabilly cuts. In the Same Ole Me retrospective, Johnny Cash insisted, “George Jones woulda been a really hot rockabilly artist if he’d approached it from that angle. Well, he was, really, but never got the credit for it.” “White Lightnin'” was written by J. P. Richardson, better known as the Big Bopper. In I Lived To Tell It All, Jones confessed th...

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