Category 1933

Yoko Ono Part Eleven

Yoko Ono Part Eleven

Yoko Ono Part Eleven

Yoko Ono Part Eleven

I know that I never got done with Yoko Ono, but I thought you didn’t like her(can you actually imagine that even possible, I know that can’t be true), so(with great demand), I thought I do another one(hey, no insults,please, or she might think you meant it, and she may not sing again, and we don’t want that). This one is called Yoko Ono Part Eleven, and afterwards, I got the second disc of one of her famous double album.

Relationship with Julian Lennon

Ono had a difficult relationship with her stepson, Lennon’s son Julian, which has improved over the years...

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James Brown Part Thirteen

James Brown Part Thirteen

James Brown Part Thirteen

James Brown Part Thirteen

In James Brown Part Thirteen, I’ll be typing you, about his drug habit and his troubles with the law. after you read James Brown Part Thirteen, stick around for an album of James Brown, this one is a complete.

Drug Abuse

For most of his career, Brown had a strict drug and alcohol-free policy for any member in his entourage, including band members, and would fire people who disobeyed orders, particularly those who used or abused drugs and alcohol. Some members of Brown’s vocal group the Famous Flames were fired due to alcohol use. Despite the policy, some of the original members of Brown’s 1970s band, the J.B...

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James Brown Part Twelve

James Brown Twelve

James Brown Part Twelve

James Brown Part Twelve

It took awhile, but James Brown Part Twelve, is worth the wait. I could tell you the full story of why I took so long to upload James Brown Part Twelve, but I’m sure you’re not interested in it now, besides, I want to type about James Brown, so let’s get started with James Brown Part Twelve

Political views

During the 1968 presidential campaign, Brown endorsed Democratic presidential candidate Hubert Humphrey and appeared with Humphrey at political rallies. Brown began supporting Republican president Richard Nixon after being invited to perform at Nixon’s inaugural ball in January 1969...

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The Three Stooges Part Six

The Three Stooges Part Six

The Three Stooges Part Six

The Three Stooges Part Six

Some like Curly as the third Stooge, but I like Shemp, so here’s something about The Stooge, before Curly joined in The Three Stooges Part Six.

Shemp’s return (1947–55)

Moe asked older brother Shemp to take Curly’s place, but Shemp was hesitant to rejoin the Stooges as he was enjoying a successful solo career. He realized, however, that not rejoining the Stooges would mean the end of Moe’s and Larry’s film careers. Shemp wanted assurance that rejoining them would be only temporary, and that he could leave the Stooges once Curly recovered. However, Curly’s health continued to deteriorate, and it became clear that he could not return...

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Musical Films Of 1933

Musical Films Of 1933

Musical Films Of 1933

I’m not much into music  and I’m not much into Musical Films Of 1933, but I am into music and into Musical Films Of 1933, but not as my website is labeled for or what I want. The list of movies on this blog, is only for knowing what was made then, but that’s all what I’ll be doing about it. Any musical film that I like, I’ll be typing about, however if I have no interests in them, then what’s the point in digging into the background of it. Check on the next year, of 1934, and maybe I’ll find something a musical film that I like, until then, here’s my list of Musical Films Of 1933 !!!

Musical films
* 42nd Street, starring Warner Baxter, Bebe Daniels, George Brent, Ruby Keeler, Una Merkel, Ginger Rogers and Dick Powell
* Adorable, starring Janet G...

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The Talented Jumpin’ Gene Simmons

The Talented Jumpin’ Gene Simmons

Jumpin’ Gene Simmons

Jumpin’ Gene Simmons (July 10, 1933 – August 29, 2006) was an American rockabilly singer and songwriter, best known for his 1964 novelty single “Haunted House”.

Jumpin’ Gene Simmons
Birth name Morris Eugene Simmons
Born July 10, 1933
Itawamba County, Mississippi, United States
Origin Tupelo, Mississippi, United States
Died August 29, 2006 (aged 73)
Genres Rock and roll, pop, rockabilly
Occupations Singer, songwriter
Instruments Vocals
Years active 1958–2006

Biography

He was born Morris Eugene Simmons in Itawamba County, Mississippi, and began his recording career with Sun Records in 1958 while performing as an opening act for former labelmate Elvis Presley...

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The Talented Lena Horne Part One

The Talented Lena Horne Part One

Lena Horne
Lena Mary Calhoun Horne (June 30, 1917 – May 9, 2010) was an American jazz and pop music singer, dancer, actress, and civil rights activist. Horne’s career spanned over 70 years appearing in film, television, and theater. Horne joined the chorus of the Cotton Club at the age of 16 and became a nightclub performer before moving to Hollywood, where she had small parts in numerous movies, and more substantial parts in the 1943 films Cabin in the Sky and Stormy Weather. Because of the Red Scare and her political activism, Horne found herself blacklisted and unable to get work in Hollywood.
Lena Horne

Publicity photo of Horne for her stage show Nine O’Clock Revue, 1961
Born
Lena Mary Calhoun Horne
June 30, 1917
Bedford–Stuyvesant, Brooklyn, New York...

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James Brown Part Ten

James Brown Part Ten

James Brown Part Ten

James Brown Part Ten

I’m going to type about James Brown’s political views, which some I believe strongly, and others, not at all, you’ll find out in Black History, this coming February, so this is James Brown Part Ten, and I hope to do Part Eleven soon.

James Brown Part Ten

James Brown Part Ten

Social advocacy

Education and learning campaigning for as well as humanitarianism

Brown’s major social advocacy remained in protecting the demand for education and learning amongst young people, affected by his very own distressed youth as well as his forced leaving of the 7th quality for using “inadequate clothing”. Because of hefty failure prices in the 1960s, Brown launched the pro-education tune, “Don’t Be a Drop-Out”...

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James Brown Part Nine

James Brown Part Nine

James Brown Part Nine

James Brown Part Nine

I can’t believe, that I’m already doing James Brown Part Nine, bu I’m  not stoping now.

Concert collection as well as layout

James Brown Part Nine

James Brown Part Nine

Brown as well as MC Danny Ray throughout cape regimen, BBC Electric Proms ’06 performance
James Brown’s efficiencies were popular for their strength and also size. His very own specified objective was to “offer individuals greater than what they came for — make them weary, ’cause that’s what they came for.'” Brown’s performance collection was composed primarily of his very own hits and also current tunes, with a couple of R&B covers blended in...

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James Brown Part Eight

James Brown Part Eight

James Brown Part Eight

James Brown Part Eight

I’m on James Brown Part Eight, and I knew I would do another after his death. In James Brown Part Eight, I’m doing different concerts he did, so please read and listen to James Brown Part Eight.

James Brown Part Eight

James Brown Part Eight

Artistry and also band

Brown’s most popular MC was Danny Ray (facility), that was with him for over 30 years.For years, Brown’s touring program was among one of the most elegant manufacturings in American music. At the time of Brown’s fatality, atrioventricular bundle consisted of 3 guitar players, 2 bass guitarist, 2 drummers, 3 horns and also a percussionist...

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