Category 1935

The Life And Times Of Ray Stevens Part Three

The Life And Times Of Ray Stevens Part Three

The Life And Times Of Ray Stevens Part Three

The Life And Times Of Ray Stevens Part Three

Hello, “It’s Me Again, Margaret”, I always wanted to find a woman with that name, and play it for her, see what she will do. In The Life And Times Of Ray Stevens Part Three, I’m typing about Ray Stevens, at the same point I left off. I’m updating all my blogs and I found that I never completed his life story until now, so I’m going to finish it now.

2010

In April 2010 Stevens launched We individuals, a CD/DVD of political tunes. This cd got to Top-5 on the Billboard Comedy Album chart.On April 24, 2010 the Country Music Hall of Fame and also Museum recognized Stevens in the collection “Nashville Cats: A Celebration of Music City Musicians...

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The Life And Times Of Connie Francis Part Five

The Life And Times Of Connie Francis Part Five

The Life And Times Of Connie Francis Part  Five

The Life And Times Of Connie Francis Part Five

It’s been awhile, but I also up dated the first three, and I have enough information for two more blogs, but first here’s The Life And Times Of Connie Francis Part Four, and feel free to listen to the album afterwards.

1974– 1981: Tragedy and also return

After her moderate success with “(Should I) Tie a Yellow Ribbon Round the Old Oak Tree?” Francis started doing consistently once more. While showing up at the Westbury Music Fair in New York, on November 8, 1974, Francis was raped at the Jericho Turnpike Howard Johnson’s Lodge in Jericho, New York and also virtually stifled to fatality under the weight of a hefty bed mattress the wrongdoer had actually tossed upon her...

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Life Times Of Marvin Gaye Part Seven

Life Times Of Marvin Gaye Part Seven

Life Times Of Marvin Gaye Part Seven

Life Times Of Marvin Gaye Part Seven

Awards and honors

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inducted him in 1987, declaring that Gaye “…made a huge contribution to soul music in general and the Motown Sound in particular.” The page stated that Gaye “…possessed a classic R&B voice that was edged with grit yet tempered with sweetness.” The page further states that Gaye “…projected an air of soulful authority driven by fervid conviction and heartbroken vulnerability.” A year after his death, then-mayor of D.C., Marion Barry declared April 2 as “Marvin Gaye Jr. Memorial Scholarship Fund Day” in the city. Since then, a non-profit organization has helped to organize annual Marvin Gaye Day Celebrations in the city of Washington.
A year later, Gaye’s mother founded...

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1939 Musical Films

1939 Musical Films

Even though I wasn’t born yet, when these 1939 Musical Films, came out, I still enjoy watching some now. I got a film that I really like that came out, with Humphy Bogart, who is my favorite actor of all times, but you can be the judge of that. The Roaring Twenties, isn’t a musical, but it’s my website, and I can bend the rules every now and then.

Musical movies
Infants In Arms, starring Mickey Rooney as well as Judy Garland
Balalaika, launched on December 15, starring Nelson Eddy and also Ilona Massey
Entre el barro, starring Tito Lusiardo
East Side of Heaven, starring Bing Crosby as well as Joan Blondell
Giliw Ko, starring Mila del Sol, Fernando Poe, Sr., Ely Ramos as well as Fleur de Lis
Hawaiian Nights, starring Mary Carlisle, Constance Moore as well as Johnny Downs...

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1938 Musical Films

1938 Musical Films

Here are the list for 1938 Musical Films

Musical Movies

Care free, starring Fred Astaire and also Ginger Rogers
Champagnegaloppen, starring Svend Methling and also Valdemar Møller.Cocoanut Grove, starring Fred MacMurray, Harriet Hilliard, Ben Blue and also Eve Arden.

Cowboy from Brooklyn, starring Dick Powell as well as Priscilla Lane Medical professional Rhythm, starring Bing Crosby, Mary Carlisle and also Beatrice Lillie.Dos amigos y un amor, routed by Lucas Demare Es leuchten pass away Sterne, starring Ernst Fritz Fürbringer and also Fridtjof Mjøen Fresher Year, starring Constance Moore, William Lundigan as well as Dixie Dunbar. Directed by Frank McDonald.

The Girl Of The Golden West, starring Jeanette MacDonald as well as Nelson Eddy Going Places’, ‘starring Dick...

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1937 Musical Films

1937 Musical Films

1937 Musical Films

1937 Musical Films

Not many do I like, but the ones I do like, I watch all the time. In 1937 Musical Films, I have a list of all them that came out that year, but I have what I highlighted, not typing that their  are the  best, just that I’ll be typing about those that I like.

Musical Movies

* 52nd Street, starring Leo Carrillo, Ian Hunter, Pat Paterson, Ella Logan, Sid Silvers, Zasu Pitts and also Kenny Baker. Directed by Harold Young.
* Ali Baba Goes to Town, starring Eddie Cantor, Tony Martin, Roland Young and also June Lang and also including Raymond Scott & & his Quintet. Directed by David Butler.
* The Broadway Melody of 1938, starring Robert Taylor, Eleanor Powell, George Murphy, Binnie Barnes, Buddy Ebsen, Sophie Tucker as well as Judy Garland.
* Calling All S...

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Legendary Roy Orbison Part Six

Legendary Roy Orbison Part Six

Legendary Roy Orbison Part Six

Legendary Roy Orbison Part Six

I completed a masterpiece, no not my blog Legendary Roy Orbison Part Six, I’m typing about Roy Orbison, for only a few, can sing those songs that he wrote himselve.

Riding the success

Exploring in 1963 took a toll on Orbison’s individual life. His better half Claudette started having an event with the professional that developed their residence in Hendersonville, Tennessee. Buddies as well as loved ones associated the malfunction of the marital relationship to her young people and also her failure to endure being alone as well as tired. When Orbison explored Britain once again in the loss of 1963, she joined him. He was tremendously preferred anywhere he went, completing the trip in Ireland as well as Canada...

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Legendary Elvis Presley Part Twenty

Legendary Elvis Presley Part Twenty

Legendary Elvis Presley Part Twenty

Legendary Elvis Presley Part Twenty

I’m on my twentieth blog of Elvis Presley, and in this blog ,Legendary Elvis Presley Part Twenty, we(meaning you) are going to find him as a sex symbol. I also have an album at the end of this blog, Legendary Elvis Presley Part Twenty.

Sex symbol

“Film poster with Presley on the left, holding a young woman around the waist, her arms draped over his shoulders. To the right, five young women wearing bathing suits and holding guitars stand in a row. The one in front taps Presley on the shoulder. Along with title and credits is the tagline "Climb aboard your dreamboat for the fastest-movin’ fun ‘n’ music!”

Legendary Elvis Presley Part Twenty

Legendary Elvis Presley Part Twenty

The title and marketing of Girls! Girls! Girls! (1962) took advantage of P...

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Legendary Roy Orbison Part Five

Legendary Roy Orbison Part Five

Legendary Roy Orbison Part Five

Legendary Roy Orbison Part Five

I’m ready for Legendary Roy Orbison Part Five, which with disc Two, from the previous blog, so what am I doing typing this paragraph, when you should be reading. There I’m done with this paragraph, and I can be serous about this blog.

Developing the images

Just weeks later “Running Scared” reached #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and #9 in the UK. The composition of Orbison’s following hits reflected “Running Scared”: a story about an emotionally vulnerable man facing loss or grief, with a crescendo culminating in a surprise climax that employed Orbison’s dynamic voice...

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Legendary Elvis Presley Part Nineteen

Legendary Elvis Presley Part Nineteen

Legendary Elvis Presley Part Nineteen

Legendary Elvis Presley Part Nineteen

Since yesterday, have I seen an Elvis Presley blog, so for all you Elvis Presley fans, here’s Legendary Elvis Presley Part Nineteen, and his nineteenth album, on the end of my blog.

Public image Racial issues

When Dewey Phillips first aired “That’s All Right” on Memphis radio, many listeners who contacted the station by phone and telegram to ask for it again assumed that its singer was black. From the beginning of his national fame, Presley expressed respect for African American performers and their music, and disregard for the norms of segregation and racial prejudice then prevalent in the South...

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