Category 1934

Jackie Wilson Part Two

Jackie Wilson Part Two

Jackie Wilson Part Two

Jackie Wilson Part Two

It’s time for Jackie Wilson Part Two, so let’s get started.

Solo stardom

Shortly after Jackie Wilson signed a solo contract with Brunswick, Green suddenly died. Green’s business partner Nat Tarnopol took over as Wilson’s manager (and ultimately rose to president of Brunswick). Wilson’s first single was released, “Reet Petite” (from his first album He’s So Fine), which became a modest R&B success (many years later, an international smash hit). “Reet Petite” was written by Berry Gordy Jr. (another former boxer who was a native son of Detroit), in which co-wrote “Reet Petite” with partner Roquel “Billy” Davis (often referred to as the pseudonym Tyran Carlo) and Gordy’s sister Gwendolyn...

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Pat Boone Part Three

Pat Boone Part Three

Pat Boone Part Three

Pat Boone Part Three

Now, I’m doing Pat Boone Part Three, but later, I’m going to finish another blog, who knows, the next one might get you to return for good. Pat Boone Part Three, will start, where I left off, so enjoy.

Later Work

In 1997, Boone released In a Metal Mood: No More Mr. Nice Guy, a collection of heavy metal covers. To promote the album, he appeared at the American Music Awards in black leather. He was then dismissed from Gospel America, a TV show on the Trinity Broadcasting Network. After making a special appearance on TBN with the president of the network, Paul Crouch, and his pastor, Jack Hayford, many fans accepted his explanation of the leather outfit being a “parody of himself”. Trinity Broadcasting then reinstated him, and Gospel Amer...

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Billy Paul Part One

Billy Paul Part One

Billy Paul Part One

Billy Paul Part One

In the 1970’s, all I ever heard(over and over),is Me And Mrs. Jones, it wasn’t until I was older, then I understood what it truly meant, and that happened to me. In this blog, Billy Paul Part One, I’m going to type you Billy Paul’s earlier career, and then one of his albums that iTunes has to offer. It’s not complete, because his songs are too long, so if you want the full album, please go to iTunes and buy it, because it’s worth it. Now that the plug is connected to the wall and Beats Pill is on third way, I can hear his full album, and you can hear two songs. Here’s Billy Paul Part One, please enjoy.

Billy Paul

Paul Williams (December 1, 1934 – April 24, 2016), known professionally as Billy Paul, was a Grammy Award-winning American soul si...

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Jackie Wilson Part One

Jackie Wilson Part One

Jackie Wilson Part One

Jackie Wilson Part One

Here’s someone that you don’t hear of today, but since I’m his fan, you will hear him today. Jackie Wilson Part One, will make you want to read more about him, and I’ll make sure that you do.

Jack Leroy Wilson Jr. (June 9, 1934 – January 21, 1984) was an American soul singer and performer. A tenor with a four-octave range, Wilson was nicknamed “Mr. Excitement“, and was a prominent figure in the transition of rhythm and blues into soul. Wilson was considered a master showman, and one of the most dynamic singers and performers in pop, R&B, and rock & roll history.

He gained initial fame as a member of the R&B vocal group Billy Ward and His Dominoes...

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Frankie Valli Part Two

Frankie Valli Part Two

Frankie Valli Part Two

Frankie Valli Part Two

Here’s another blog for you, Frankie Valli Part Two, and I hope you like the album.

1970s–1990s

“You’re Ready Now”, a Valli solo recording from 1966, became a surprise hit in the UK as part of the Northern soul scene and hit number eleven on the UK pop charts in December 1970.

In 1975, his single “My Eyes Adored You” hit number one on the Billboard Hot 100. In the same year, he also had a number six Billboard hit with the disco-laden “Swearin’ to God”, while a further UK Chart success came with “Fallen Angel”, written by Guy Fletcher and Doug Flett; and produced by Bob Gaudio. Valli was in the UK charts with this at the same time as The Four Seasons enjoyed a UK hit with “Silver Star” on which Valli did not appear as lead.

In 1976, Val...

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Willie Nelson Part Six

Willie Nelson Part Six

Willie Nelson Part Six

Willie Nelson Part Six

For those of you want pure Country, then Willie Nelson Part Six, is your answer. I hope you like my blog Willie Nelson Part Six, so you’ll stay and listen to my album, because that’s what I’m listening to now.

Other ventures

Nelson’s acting debut was in the 1979 film, The Electric Horseman, followed by appearances in Honeysuckle Rose, Thief, and Barbarosa. He played the role of Red Loon in Coming Out of the Ice in 1982 and starred in Songwriter two years later. He portrayed the lead role in the 1986 film version of his album Red Headed Stranger...

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Pat Boone Part Two

Pat Boone Part Two

Pat Boone Part Two

Pat Boone Part Two

I’m doing another blog on Pat Boone entitled Pat Boone Part Two, and I have now have have four Pat Boone albums from iTunes, and two of which I just bought today. Since I play every iTunes albums at least twelve times a week, My Family and Friends, will be begging me to stop, but when I like something, I stay with it, so here’s Pat Boone Part Two, please enjoy the album.

Career

Pat Boone began his career by performing in Nashville’s Centennial Park. He began recording in 1954 for Republic Records (not to be confused with the current label with that name), and by 1955, for Dot Records. His 1955 version of Fats Domino’s “Ain’t That a Shame” was a hit...

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Pat Boone Part One

Pat Boone Part One

Pat Boone Part One

Pat Boone Part One

He wasn’t a big influence in my life, in fact, I never cared for him at all. Theirs a thing about time, which changes you, and I recently listened to Pat Boone singing Tutti Frutti, and it made me laugh, and anything that makes me laugh, deserves to be on my website. Pat Boone Part One, was one I was referring to in my blog about 1934, and it’s about time I type about Pat Boone, so let’s read on and listen to his album afterwards.

Charles Eugene “Pat” Boone (born June 1, 1934) is an American singer, composer, actor, writer, television personality, motivational speaker, and spokesman. He was a successful pop singer in the United States during the 1950s and early 1960s...

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Frankie Valli Part One

Frankie Valli Part One

Frankie Valli Part One

Frankie Valli Part One

Awhile back, I typed(or did I texted), that I was going to type about people that I was going to blog about performers and singers who were born in 1934, well here’s one on my list. In Frankie Valli Part One, I’ll be typing about earlier life and his earlier musical career. Like always, I have another album for you to listen to, so please enjoy, and now here’s Frankie Valli Part One.

Frankie Valli (born Francesco Stephen Castelluccio, May 3, 1934) is an American singer and actor, known as the frontman of The Four Seasons beginning in 1960. He is known for his unusually powerful head voice. Valli scored 29 Top 40 hits with The Four Seasons, one Top 40 hit under The Four Seasons alias The Wonder Who?, and nine Top 40 hits as a solo artist...

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1934 Musical Films

1934 Musical Films

1934 Musical Films

Here are the Musical Films Of 1934, and with only one that I like, which is Babes In Toyland, the rest is a waist of time. The only reason why I like Babe In Toyland is I like Laurel and Hardy, but other than that, I have to wait for the next year. I’ll be doing Musical Films Of 1935 soon, and I’ll be blogging about Babes In Toyland soon, so please continue visiting my website and I’ll bring you more blogs !!!

Musical films
* Babes In Toyland starring Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy
* Bachelor of Arts starring Tom Brown, Anita Louise, Henry Walthall, Arline Judge and Mae Marsh. Directed by Louis King.
* Belle of the Nineties starring Mae West
* Blossom Time starring Richard Tauber
* Boots! Boots! starring George Formby and Beryl Formby, and featuring Bet...

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