Category 1942

Life And Times Of Irving Berlin Part Two

Life And Times Of Irving Berlin Part Two

    Life And Times Of Irving Berlin Part Two

Life And Times Of Irving Berlin Part Two

I know you might have been waiting for Life And Times Of Irving Berlin Part Two, but I wanted to show you the many other performers that I like first before I do their biology all at once and on the same week as I have before and don’t worry, I’ll be doing my other favorites before I bring more on my website.

You may or may not like Irving Berlin, but you can’t deny that he had a 60 years career and that’s something no other performers can say specially the ones from today.

Alexand’s Ragtime Band

“Alexander’s Ragtime Band” sparked an international dance craze in places as far away as Berlin’s native Russia, which also “flung itself into the ragtime beat with an abandon bordering on mania...

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Walt Disney’s Bambi

Walt Disney’s Bambi

I been trying not to text about this film, because it’s really not a musical, but I’m the one that making the rules, and I can break them also. However, Walt Disney’s Bambi does have a soundtrack album, so it does match up with my topic of my website, so now is a perfect time to texted about Walt Disney’s Bambi. This film was released on 1942, and since my website is now about music of 1915 to 1944, this film will be one more text about on my website. Two for two of my  requirements for being on my website. The third and last rule is that I like it, well that’s a hard one to text about. For years I didn’t want to see Walt Disney’s Bambi, because what happened to his dad, but now that I’m wiser, I can watch it without guilt.

I bought it from iTunes, because YouTube can’...

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Bambi Part Three

Bambi Part Three

Legacy
The off-screen villain “Man” has been placed No. 20 on AFI’s List of Heroes and Villains.
Some critics have cited parallels between Frank Churchill’s theme music for “Man” (which consisted of 3 simple notes) and John Williams’s theme music in Jaws (which consists of two notes).
Former Beatle Paul McCartney has credited the shooting death of Bambi’s mother for his initial interest in animal rights.
Soon after the film’s release, Walt Disney allowed his characters to appear in fire prevention public service campaigns. However, Bambi was only loaned to the government for a year, so a new symbol was needed, leading to the creation of Smokey Bear...

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Bambi Part Two

Bambi Part Two

Writing
There were many interpretations of the story. As Mel Shaw claimed

The story of Bambi had a so many possibilities, you could go off on a million tangents. I remember one situation when Walt became involved with himself. He said ‘Suppose we have Bambi step on an ant hill and we cut inside and see all the damage he’s done to the ant civilization’. We spent weeks and weeks developing the ants, and then all of a sudden we decided, you know, we’re way off the story, this has got nothing to do with the story of Bambi. We also had a family of grasshoppers, and they get into a family squabble of this or that, and Bambi is watching all of this, and here’s the big head of Bambi in the grasshoppers. And what’s that got to do with the story, and this would go on many times.
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Bambi Part One

Bambi Part One

Bambi

Bambi is a 1942 American animated film directed by David Hand (supervising a team of sequence directors), produced by Walt Disney and based on the book Bambi, a Life in the Woods by Austrian author Felix Salten. The film was released by RKO Radio Pictures on August 13, 1942, and is the fifth Disney animated feature film.
Bambi

Original theatrical release poster
Directed by
Supervising director
David Hand
Sequence directors
James Algar
Samuel Armstrong
Graham Heid
Bill Roberts
Paul Satterfield
Norman Wright
Produced by
Walt Disney
Story by
Story direction
Perce Pearce
Story adaptation
Larry Morey
Story development
Vernon Stallings
Melvin Shaw
Carl Fallberg
Chuck Couch
Ralph Wright
Based on
Bambi, a Life in the Woods
by Felix Salten
Starring
see below
Music by
Frank Chu...

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Legendary Michael Nesmith Part Three

Legendary Michael Nesmith Part Three

PopClips and also MTV, Elephant Parts as well as Television Parts

Throughout this moment, Nesmith developed a video-clip for “Rio” which assisted stimulate Nesmith’s development of a tv program called PopClips for the Nickelodeon cable television network. In 1980, PopClips was offered to the moment Warner/Amex consortium. Time Warner/Amex created PopClips right into the MTV network.Nesmith won the first-ever Grammy Award provided for(Long-form)Music-Video in 1982, for his hour-long Elephant Parts as well as likewise had a short-term collection on NBC influenced by the video clip called Michael Nesmith in Television Parts...

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Legendary The Talented Jimi Hendrix Part Ten

Legendary The Talented Jimi Hendrix Part Ten

Acknowledgment as well as honors

Hendrix sculpture outside Dimbola Lodge, Isle of Wight Hendrix got a number of prominent rock-and-roll honors throughout his life time and also posthumously. In 1967, viewers of Melody Maker elected him the Pop Musician of the Year. In 1968, Rolling Stone stated him the Performer of the Year. Likewise in 1968, the City of Seattle provided him the Keys to the City. Disc & & Music Echo paper recognized him with the World Top Musician of 1969 and also in 1970 Guitar Player publication called him the Rock Guitarist of the Year.Rolling Stone
placed his 3 non-posthumous workshop cds, Are You Experienced (1967 ), Axis: Bold as Love (1967 ), as well as Electric Ladyland (1968) amongst the 500 Greatest Albums of All Time...

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Legendary Michael Nesmith Part Two

Legendary Michael Nesmith Part Two

The Monkees


Nesmith( facility )with The Monkees in 1967 From 1965 to very early 1970, Nesmith belonged to the tv pop-rock band The Monkees, produced for the tv sitcom of the very same name. According to his May 2015 meeting on Gilbert Gottfried’s podcast, a person revealed him a duplicate of the popular press promotion requesting for “4 crazy young boys” so he got the task. Nesmith won his duty greatly by showing up blasé when he auditioned. He used a woollen hat to maintain his hair out of his eyes, riding his motorbike to the tryout. Manufacturers Bob Rafelson as well as Bert Schneider kept in mind “Wool Hat”, as well as called Nesmith back.Once he was
cast, Screen Gems purchased his tracks so they might be utilized in the program...

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Legendary Jimi Hendrix Part Nine

Legendary Jimi Hendrix Part Nine

Tools

Guitars and also amplifiers

The Fender Stratocaster Hendrix dipped into Woodstock PENTAX Image Hendrix’s Gibson Flying V guitar Hendrix played a range of guitars throughout his occupation, yet the tool that came to be most connected with him was the Fender Stratocaster. He got his initial Stratocaster in 1966, when a sweetheart lent him sufficient cash to acquire a made use of one that had actually been developed around 1964. He afterwards utilized the version prevalently throughout efficiencies and also recordings. In 1967, he defined the tool as”the very best well-rounded guitar for right stuff we’re doing”; he applauded its”brilliant treble as well as deep bass noises”...

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Legendary Michael Nesmith Part One

Legendary Michael Nesmith Part One

Michael Nesmith
Robert Michael Nesmith (birthed December 30, 1942) is an American artist, songwriter, star, manufacturer, writer, entrepreneur, and also benefactor, best referred to as a participant of the pop rock band the Monkees as well as co-star of the TELEVISION collection The Monkees (1966– 1968). Nesmith’s songwriting credit reports consist of “Different Drum” (sung by Linda Ronstadt with the Stone Poneys).
Michael Nesmith

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Birth name
Robert Michael Nesmith
Likewise called
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