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The Friday Night Thread

Discussion in 'Stories and Fiction' started by Gomez, Feb 14, 2014.



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    "Master Jack" 4 Jacks and a Jill
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    It's a strange, strange world we live in, Master Jack.
    What prophetic lyrics from 1968. This is song that actually charted in the USA has a poignant message about South African politics. A one-shot from a South African band, Four Jacks and a Jill, peaked
    at #18 in mid-68.
     
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    Sandy Posey - Single Girl
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    Published on Sep 9, 2012
    THIS WAS A BIG 60S HIT FOR Sandy Posey
     
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    Susan Raye - L.A. International Airport
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    Uploaded on Mar 23, 2008
     
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    The Blizzard - Jim Reeves - Tall Tales Short Tempers
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    The Blizzard. Sad song by Jim Reeves from Tall Tales and Short Tempers Album. A favorite of my mom and dad's, and a favorite memory for me.
     
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    Mary Hopkin - Those Were The Days - 1968
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    Published on May 15, 2013
     
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    The Primitives did a good cover of this.

     
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    Jackie DeShannon - Needles and Pins - 1966
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    Written by Sonny Bono and Jack Nitzsche and recorded by Jackie DeShannon in 1963, Needles and Pins became a big hit in 1964 for the Liverpool group, The Searchers. Here De Shannon lip-synchs the song in 1966 on the "Where The Action Is" TV show. Needles and Pins introduced the jangly folk-rock sound.
     
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    When You Walk In The Room - Jackie DeShannon (1964)
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    Notice how she mistakenly starts too early at first. ;-) such a sweetheart! Sharon Lee Myers performing her OWN song at Hollywood a Go Go, with the original audio playback.
     
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    We Five- You Were On My Mind 1965
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    Uploaded on Dec 16, 2007
     
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    I Go to Pieces - Peter & Gordon
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    Peter & Gordon were a British Invasion-era performing duo, formed by Peter Asher and Gordon Waller, that rocketed to fame in 1964 with "A World Without Love". Peter Asher's sister (the actress Jane Asher) was dating Paul McCartney (of The Beatles), and so Peter & Gordon recorded several songs written by McCartney, with or without John Lennon. "I Go To Pieces" was written by Del Shannon and given to the duo after the two acts toured together
     
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    Walk Away Renee - The Left Banke
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    Original version of this beautiful song. Steve Martin's voice still stirs the emotions. Brings back loads of great memories.
     
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    You Didn't Have To Be So Nice - Lovin' Spoonful
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    Uploaded on Apr 17, 2009
     
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    Darling Be Home Soon - Lovin' Spoonful
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    Classic song, man. Classic song.
    By the by - I've been hoping for some suggestions of songs. So if have suggestions of songs by any artists just comment in one of my videos and I'll try to get it up.
    Thanks, Des.
     
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    The Kit Kats - Let's Get Lost On A Country Road ((Stereo))
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    Lost Jukebox Volume 11 Track 3
     
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    The Kit Kats-Won't Find Better Than Me (live)
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    This live Kit Kats clip is only available on the Jamie Guyden double CD, "It's About Time"- This video is owned by Jamie-Guyden. Dedicated to Kit Stewart
     
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    The Outsiders - Time Won't Let Me
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    Chances are that, despite their having come from Cleveland, OH -- and, thus, having a certain home field advantage -- the Outsiders will never be considered for the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. Bands with just two big hits ("Time Won't Let Me," "Respectable") and a history mostly confined to AM radio in the '60s don't seem to rate that kind of recognition. But if any two-hit, dance-oriented band from the '60s ever deserved a crack at being voted in, the Outsiders do, simply based on the quality of their work over three years and four albums. The Outsiders started life as the Starfires, a hard-working popular local band in Cleveland founded by guitarist/singer Tom King in 1958. By 1965, the group had decided to add more vocals to its repertory, adding lead singer Sonny Geraci. Tom King and his brother-in-law, Chet Kelley, co-authored a song called "Time Won't Let Me," and King turned the new number into a rock & roll tour de force. Recording it on their own, the band (under King's direction) melded the group's core sound -- augmented by the presence of Al Austin on lead guitar -- to brass and horn sections, in what was a fairly complex dual-layer arrangement. The group was signed by Capitol Records on the strength of the recording, but the label insisted that the band get a new name. King had been forced to abandon Pama Records, the label for which the Starfires had cut a dozen sides and was owned by his uncle, who accused his nephew of being an "outsider" to the family.

    The name, the Outsiders, fit the new band and the times perfectly, and "Time Won't Let Me" was issued in January of 1966, rising to number five on the national charts soon after. The B-side "Was It Really Real" showed off the unadorned group sound, a lean two-guitar, bass, and drums arrangement with some tasteful, shimmering guitar arpeggios and a gentle, folk-rock style of harmonizing. The group's lineup was a bit fluid at this point, with King, Geraci, and longtime Starfires bassist Mert Madsen comprising the core; with Bill Bruno playing lead guitar and drummer Ronnie Harkai aboard. Harkai left to join the Air Force soon after the debut single was recorded, however, and he was succeeded by Bennie Benson and later by Ricky Baker. The Outsiders enjoyed a second hit with "Girl in Love," which reached number 21 -- a reflective ballad with a lush (yet not overwhelming) string accompaniment over some restrained electric guitars; it showed off another side of the group's sound. By the time of "Girl in Love"'s release, Capitol was ready for the group to record their debut album and Tom King called up Jimmy Fox, who had been the drummer for a slightly earlier lineup of the Starfires, to play on those sessions. Fox had left the group to attend college, but he came back to play on the album; in the wake of his brief reunion with his bandmates, decided to forego college in favor of forming a band of his own, which he named the James Gang.

    The Time Won't Let Me LP, containing the title song, a brace of covers of recent soul and rock & roll hits, and a handful of King/Kelley originals, reached number 37 on the charts in the spring of 1966. By that time, the sessions for some of the songs that would be on the group's second album (Outsiders #2) had already taken place and one of them, a version of the Isley Brothers number "Respectable," was pegged as their third single, released in July of that year. The song went back to King and Madsen's days with the Starfires, but in the Outsiders' hands it rose to number 15 nationally in the summer of 1966. Three weeks later came the release of Outsiders #2, arguably the best of their four albums (despite the fact that it only got to number 90), containing superb covers of songs such as "Since I Lost My Baby" and a handful of brilliantly executed King/Kelley originals. At their best, which was often, the group emulated all of the best elements of the Motown sound of the era, the King/Kelley authored "Lonely Man" and "Oh! How It Hurts" being among the most heartfelt embracings of the soul sounds of 1966 to come from any white band.

    Part of the secret behind the Outsiders' musical success lay in the group's embellishments, which slotted in perfectly with their basic three- or four-piece instrumental sound (the group existed primarily as a quintet, though it also functioned as quartet at some points in its history). With Geraci's magnificent singing out front, it was impossible for anyone with an ear for soul not to love how this group sounded, on their album tracks as well as their singles. ~Bruce Eder, All Music Guide

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    THE ZOMBIES - 1965 - "Tell Her No"
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    Published on Jun 10, 2014

    The Zombies are an English rock band, formed in 1962 in St Albans and led by Rod Argent (piano, organ and vocals) and Colin Blunstone (vocals). The group scored British and American hits in 1964 with "She's Not There". In the US, two further singles, "Tell Her No" in 1965 and, in 1969, "Time of the Season", were also successful.

    Their 1968 album, Odessey and Oracle, comprising twelve songs by the group's principal songwriters, Argent and Chris White, is ranked number 100 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.
     
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    The Yardbirds - Heart Full of Soul (1968) With Jimmy Page
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    The Yardbirds performing "Heart Full of Soul" in 1968

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    Keith Relf - vocals
    Jim McCarty - drums
    Jeff Beck(audio) Jimmy Page(visual)
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    Enjoy!
     
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    The Byrds - 8 Miles high
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    The Byrds...a rare one of them, miming "Eight Miles High" on American Bandstand. The last TV appearance with a soon-to-be fired David Crosby...
    Enjoy!
     
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    The Hollies - Look Through Any Window
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    The Hollies spot on Sunday Night At The London Palladium on 03/10/1965

    Frankie Howard was top of the bill that night????????
     
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    Mirage - Tommy James & The Shondells
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    Published on May 11, 2014
     
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    The Guess Who - Undun (With Lyrics on screen)
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    "Undun" is a song by Canadian rock band The Guess Who. Composed by guitarist Randy Bachman, the song was the 'B' side of their #10 hit single "Laughing"and was peaked at #22 in 1969. It got radio play when some disc jockeys flipped the single and played this instead, which prompted the record company to release it as an A-side 4 months later.
    Burton Cummings learned to play the flute for this song. In his old band The Deverons he played saxophone. Randy Bachman encouraged him to play the flute for some of their songs, to give them a spacier feel. Right after Randy wrote Undun, The Guess Who played a YAMAHA music store opening where they had a flute in the display case. Burton learned from the dealer that the fingering for the flute was the same as a sax (except for C), and a classic was born
     
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    The Guess Who ~ Laughing (1969)
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    Published on Dec 19, 2014
    'Laughing' was a #1 song in Canada, and #10 on US Billboard in 1969. The song was written by Randy Bachman and Burton Cummings - two musicians who continue to work together as Bachman-Cummings.

    Take from my disc 'The Very Best of The Guess Who' (2010). A classic song from this great band!
     
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    Grass Roots - Let's Live For Today (color)
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    Uploaded on Nov 23, 2008
     
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    Looking glass - Brandi you're a fine girl
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    The song Brandi you're a fine girl by the band looking glass
     
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    LOOKING GLASS "JIMMY LOVES MARY ANNE'
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    Published on Feb 2, 2016
     
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    Sukiyaki (Ue o Muite Arukou) - Kyu Sakamoto (English Translation and Lyrics)
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    Sukiyaki (Ue o Muite Arukou)- Kyu Sakamoto (English Translation and Lyrics)

    About the Lyrics

    The lyrics tell the story of a man who looks up and whistles while he is walking so that his tears won't fall. The verses of the song describe his memories and feelings. The English-language lyrics of the version recorded by A Taste of Honey are not a translation of the original Japanese lyrics but a completely different set of lyrics set to the same basic melody.

    The title Sukiyaki, a Japanese hot pot dish, has nothing to do with the lyrics or the meaning of the song; the word served the purpose only because it was short, catchy, recognizably Japanese, and more familiar to most English speakers. A Newsweek columnist noted that the re-titling was like issuing "Moon River" in Japan under the title "Beef Stew."

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    "Ue o Muite Arukō" (上を向いて歩こう?, literally " shall walk looking up") is a Japanese-language song that was performed by Japanese crooner Kyu Sakamoto, and written by lyricist Rokusuke Ei and composer Hachidai Nakamura. It is best known under the alternative title "Sukiyaki" in English-speaking parts of the world. The song reached the top of the Billboard Hot 100 charts in the United States in 1963, and was the only Japanese-language song to do so. In total it sold over 13 million copies internationally. The original Kyu Sakamoto recording also went to number eighteen on the R&B chart.[3] In addition, the single spent five weeks at number one on the Middle of the Road charts. The recording was originally released in Japan by Toshiba in 1961. It topped the Popular Music Selling Record chart in the Japanese magazine Music Life for three months, and was ranked as the number one song of 1961 in Japan.
    Well-known English-language cover versions include a 1981 cover under the title "Sukiyaki" by A Taste of Honey and a 1995 cover by 4 P.M.. There is also an English language version with altogether different lyrics by Jewel Akens under the title "My First Lonely Night" recorded in 1966. There are many other language versions of the song as well.

    About Kyu Sakamoto:

    Kyu Sakamoto (坂本 九 Sakamoto Kyū?, born Hisashi Oshima (大島 九 Ōshima Hisashi?), 10 December 1941 -- 12 August 1985) was a Japanese singer and actor, best known outside of Japan for his international hit song "Sukiyaki", which was sung in Japanese and sold over 13 million copies. It reached number one in the United States Billboard Hot 100 in June 1963.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kyu_Saka...
     
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    I think I'm going to do some Christmas music and old Christmas TV shows this Friday. Any suggestions or favorites you would like to here / watch?
     
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    Picking up Mom for Christmas 2016
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    Published on Dec 21, 2016
     
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    I'D LIKE TO WISH ALL THREAD FOLLOWERS A HAPPY HANAKKAH & MERRY CHRISTMAS.
     
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    Johnny Mathis - Do You Hear What I Hear
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    Uploaded on Dec 21, 2011
     
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    ✔️ 26 Popular Traditional Christmas Carols w/ Festive Art by Thomas Kinkade
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    An 80 minute collection of 26 much-beloved traditional Christmas carols, sung by a variety of well-known English choirs, with images of traditional Victorian-period Christmas cards.
     
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    Ray Conniff & the Ray Connif Singers - We wish you a merry christmas (Full CD 192 kbps) 1962
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    The best Christmas album ever!
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    1. "Medley: Jolly Old St. Nicholas / The Little Drummer Boy"
    Traitional, Katherine K. Davis
    4:52
    2. "Medley: O Holy Night / We Three Kings Of Orient Are / Deck The Halls With Boughs Of Holly"
    Adolphe Adam, John Henry Hopkins, Jr., Traditional
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    3. "Ring Christmas Bells"
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    4. "Medley: Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow! / Count Your Blessings (Instead of Sheep) / We Wish You A Merry Christmas"
    Sammy Cahn, Jule Styne, Irving Berlin, Traditional
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    5. "The Twelve Days Of Christmas"
    Traditional 4:19
    6. "Medley: The First Noel / Hark! The Herald Angels Sing / O Come, All Ye Faithful / We Wish A Merry Christmas" Traditional, Charles Wesley 3:34
     
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    If Mozart Wrote Christmas Carols! (2 Hours Of Traditional Christmas Music)! [1080p]
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    Here's another Beautiful Music Video for you!
    Please comment, share, thumbs up. Don't forget
    to watch in 1080p & Full Screen! Thank you!
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    Vintage Winter Songs – 30's, 50's & 60's
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    Published on Feb 8, 2015
    Nine Songs about Winter (not Christmas) from the 1930's, 50's, & 60's. Full song playlist.

    Love the season but don't celebrate Christmas or looking for some great music to get you in the winter mood? Here are 10 beautiful, classic songs perfect for holiday parties, winter weddings, snowball fights, or sitting by the fire with a cup of cocoa.

    Playlist:
    Let it Snow Rosemary Clooney 1954
    I've Got My Love To Keep Me Warm Frank Sinatra 1950
    Button Up Your Overcoat Zelma O'Neal & Jack Haley 1930
    Frosty the Snowman Robert Cannon 1953
    Winter Wonderland Dick Dale & Alice Lon 1955
    Marshmallow World Dean Martin & Frank Sinatra 1967
    Suzy Snowflake Norma Zimmer 1953
    Baby, It's Cold Outside Larry Hooper & Janet Lennon 1963
    Moonlight in Vermont Ella Fitgerald & Frank Sinatra 1958
    Winter Spike Jones & his City Slickers 1952

    Check out the other seasonal music videos on my channel.

    I do not own rights to any of the music or videos. This is a fan tribute.
     
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    Perfect Christmas - 1920s, 30s, 40s Festive Vintage Tunes (Past Perfect) [Full Album]
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    Various Artists - Perfect Christmas
    Released 2006-12-01 on Past Perfect
    Download on Amazon: http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B003ACTDP8...
    Download on Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/search?...
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    1. 00:00:00 Bing Crosby Santa Claus Is Coming To Town
    2. 00:02:45 Frank Sinatra White Christmas
    3. 00:06:09 Fats Waller Jingle Bells
    4. 00:09:10 Judy Garland Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas
    5. 00:11:59 John Kirby Bounce Of The Sugar Plum Fairy
    6. 00:14:27 Nat King Cole The Christmas Song
    7. 00:17:42 Paul Whiteman Christmas Night In Harlem
    8. 00:21:12 Phyllis Robins The Little Boy That Santa Claus Forgot
    9. 00:24:14 Perry Como Winter Wonderland
    10. 00:26:49 Dick Robertson Don't Wait Till The Night before Christmas
    11. 00:29:32 Frank Sinatra Christmas Dreaming (A Little Early This Year)
    12. 00:32:34 Sydney Lipton I'm Going Home For Christmas
    13. 00:35:29 Gracie Fields The Fairy On The Christmas Tree
    14. 00:38:39 Perry Como O Little Town Of Bethlehem
    15. 00:41:47 Billy Mayerl Say It With Carols' Medley
    16. 00:47:32 John McCormack Adeste Fideles (O Come All Ye Faithful)
    17. 00:51:14 Westminster Cathedral Hall Choir While Shepherds Watched/It Came Upon A Midnight Clear/Hark! The Herald Angels Sing (Medley)
    18. 00:54:58 Webster Booth The Star Of Bethlehem
    19. 00:59:33 The Celebrity Quartette Silent Night
    20. 01:02:38 Marcel Journet Cantique del Noel (O Holy Night)
    21. 01:05:58 The Celebrity Quartette The First Nowell
    22. 01:09:17 Richard Tauber O Du Frohliche


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