Category 1936

Legendary Roy Orbison Part Two

Legendary Roy Orbison Part Two

Legendary Roy Orbison Part Two

Legendary Roy Orbison Part Two

It’s been awhile since I did Part One, but I’m going to make up for it, in Legendary Roy Orbison Part Two. You say that you never heard of him, then read on, and I have an album at the end, you say that you want to read and hear more of Roy Orbison, well I do have Part One with and album on that one as well. If you still don’t have enough of him, well Part Three is in the works, and should be on my website, very soon, with yet another album. This blog Legendary Roy Orbison Part Two, will have Disc One and Part Three will have the Disc Two, so start looking forward for my blog.

1957–59: Sun Records and Acuff-Rose

The Teen Kings went to Sun Studio in Memphis, where Phillips wanted to record “Ooby Dooby” again, in his superior s...

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1936 Musical Films

1936 Musical Films

1936 Musical Films

1936 Musical Films

There’s really only one good film of 1936, and I’m not sure if you know which one it is, but after this blog, 1936 Musical Films is finished, I’m going to watch it, since I just bought it, from iTunes. I could have rented it, but everything on my website, I own and I don’t rent.

Anything Goes starring Bing Crosby and Ethel Merman

Born To Dance released November 27 starring Eleanor Powell, Virginia Bruce, James Stewart, Frances Langford, Buddy Ebsen and the vocal group The Foursome.

Cain and Mabel starring Marion Davies, Clark Gable and Allen Jenkins

Can This Be Dixie? starring Jane Withers, Slim Summerville, Helen Wood and Thomas Beck. Directed by George Marshall

Captain January starring Shirley Temple, Guy Kibbee and Slim Summerville...

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The Talented Pearl Bailey

The Talented Pearl Bailey

Pearl Bailey
Pearl Mae Bailey (March 29, 1918 – August 17, 1990) was an American actress and singer. After appearing in vaudeville she made her Broadway debut in St. Louis Woman in 1946. She won a Tony Award for the title role in the all-black production of Hello, Dolly! in 1968. In 1986, she won a Daytime Emmy award for her performance as a fairy godmother in the ABC Afterschool Special, Cindy Eller: A Modern Fairy Tale.
Pearl Bailey

Bailey c. 1960
Born
Pearl Mae Bailey
March 29, 1918
Newport News, Virginia, U.S.
Died
August 17, 1990 (aged 72)
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.
Cause of death
Arteriosclerotic coronary artery disease
Occupation
Actress, singer
Years active
1936–1989
Spouses
John Randolph Pinkett (m. 1948–52)
Louie Bellson (m. 1952–90)
...

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Legendary Buddy Holly Part Five

Legendary Buddy Holly Part Five

Winter Dance Party tour and death (1959)

Signpost near the Clear Lake crash site
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Holly vacationed with his partner in Lubbock as well as saw Jennings’ radio terminal in December 1958. For the begin of the Winter Dance Party scenic tour, he put together a band containing Waylon Jennings (electrical bass), Tommy Allsup (guitar), as well as Carl Bunch (drums). Holly as well as Jennings left for New York City, getting here on January 15, 1959. Jennings remained at Holly’s home by Washington Square Park on the days before a conference set up at the head office of the General Artists Corporation, which arranged the excursion. They after that passed by train to Chicago to sign up with the remainder of the band...

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Legendary Glen Campbell Part Three

Legendary Glen Campbell Part Three

2011-present: Illness and also retired life

In March 2010, a then-farewell cd entitled Ghost on the Canvas was introduced which acted as a buddy to Meet Glen Campbell (2008 ). Ghost on the Canvas was launched on August 30, 2011, with cooperations that consist of Paul Westerberg (author of the title track), The Wallflowers vocalist Jakob Dylan, Chris Isaak, Rick Nielsen as well as Billy Corgan of the Smashing Pumpkins.Following his very early 2011 Alzheimers medical diagnosis, Campbell started a last”Goodbye Tour,”with 3 of his youngsters joining him in his back-up band. His last program got on November 30, 2012, in Napa, California...

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Legendary Buddy Holly Part Four

Legendary Buddy Holly Part Four

International scenic tours and also breakaway (1958 )

On January 8, 1958, Holly and also the Crickets signed up with America’s Greatest Teenage Recording Stars excursion. On January 25, Holly videotaped “Rave On!”; the following day, he made his 2nd look on The Ed Sullivan Show, vocal singing “Oh, Boy!” He left to do in Honolulu, Hawaii, on January 27, and afterwards began a week-long trip of Australia. In February, the band explored the United Kingdom, playing 50 programs in 25 days. The very same month, his launching solo cd, Buddy Holly, was launched. Upon their go back to the United States, Holly and also the Crickets signed up with Alan Freed’s Big Beat Show excursion for 41 days...

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Legendary Buddy Holly Part Three

Legendary Buddy Holly Part Three

The Crickets (1956–1957)

Legendary Buddy Holly Part Three

Legendary Buddy Holly Part Three

Buddy Holly and the Crickets in 1957 (top to bottom: Allison, Holly and Mauldin)
Holly was miserable with the outcomes of his time with Decca; he was motivated by the success of Buddy Knox’s “Party Doll” as well as Jimmy Bowen’s “I’m Stickin’ with You”, and also checked out Norman Petty, that had actually created as well as advertised both documents. Along with Allison, bassist Joe B. Mauldin, and also rhythm guitar player Niki Sullivan, he mosted likely to Petty’s workshop in Clovis, New Mexico. The team taped a trial of “That’ll Be the Day”, a tune they had actually formerly videotaped in Nashville. Currently playing lead guitar, Holly attained the audio he preferred...

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Legendary Glen Campbell Part Two

Legendary Glen Campbell Part Two

Legendary Glen Campbell Part Two

Legendary Glen Campbell Part Two

Campbell performing at the Michigan State Fair, circa 1970

1967–72: Burning Bridges to The Goodtime Hour

When follow-up singles did not do well, and Capitol was considering dropping Campbell from the label in 1966, he was teamed with producer Al De Lory. Together, they first collaborated on “Burning Bridges” which became a top 20 country hit in early 1967, and the album of the same name. Campbell and De Lory collaborated again on 1967’s “Gentle on My Mind”, written by John Hartford, which was an overnight success. The song was followed by the bigger hit “By the Time I Get to Phoenix” later in 1967, and “I Wanna Live” and “Wichita Lineman” in 1968...

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Legendary Buddy Holly Part Two

Legendary Buddy Holly Part Two

Life as well as

occupation

Early life and also occupation (1936– 1955)

Buddy Holly’ was birthed Charles Hardin Holley on September 7, 1936, in Lubbock, Texas, at 3:30 pm; he was the 4th youngster of Lawrence Odell “L.O.” Holley and also Ella Pauline Drake. His older brother or sisters were Larry (birthed in 1925), Travis (1927– 2016), and also Patricia Lou (1929– 2008). From very early youth, he was nicknamed “Buddy”. Throughout the Great Depression, the Holleys often relocated home within Lubbock; L.O. altered tasks numerous times. The household were participants of the Tabernacle Baptist Church.The Holleys
had a passion in songs; all the member of the family other than L.O. had the ability to play a tool or sing...

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Roger Miller Part Three

Roger Miller Part Three

Roger Miller Part Three

Roger Miller Part Three

When I grew up, My Mom would play Roger Miller, and I like the quirkiness of the lyrics, that I found his career until the end. Here’s Roger Miller Part Three, I hope you like it.

Specials Beginning in 1967, Como began reducing his TELEVISION looks, gradually winding up being limited to seasonal as well as additionally holiday specials with the emphasis hopping on Christmas. Como had different Christmas television specials, beginning on Christmas Eve 1948, in addition to staying to 1994, when his last Christmas special was tape-recorded in Ireland. They were tape-recorded in countless countries, including the Holy Land, Mexico, as well as likewise Canada, along with countless locations throughout the United States...

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