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Sleeveface
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Image by Cade Buchanan
Today I aquired from my adoptive parents an LP that belonged to my biological mother who died in 1979.

Having so little possessions of hers to remember her by, and having been too young at the time to remember what my mum’s musical taste was, I was majorly excited when I heard my adoptive parents were bringing over albums that belonged to her, and joked to Matthew last night that I hoped there were some ‘Stones’ or ‘Hendrix’ in her collection.

In my mind I pictured her on a beanbag sucking back on the ole’ peace pipe in some cool shades waxing lyrical about how on the latest Rolling Stones or Jimi Henrix album they’d ‘lost it’ or ‘sold out’. I imagined her to be so super cool it hurt! So you can imagine my delight at finding out that in her teens she owned Bob Dylan’s debut album!

I have decided now that I will adopt vicarious ‘cool’ through her in owning this album. Hell, looking at my own music collection (‘The Spice Girls Greatest Hits’ anyone??) it’s really the only hope I have!!

***A big thankyou to Matty for his orchestration of this photo***
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Indian style
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Image by uitdragerij
Sleeve of Monsoon’s 1982 hit Ever so lonely.
www.youtube.com/watch?v=zbfUBXP6Btw

Buchanan & Goodman – Flying Saucer Pt.1 – US – 1956 – ReRelease mid 60s
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Image by Affendaddy
It’s a so called Novelty Song. This song is a kind of Interview – somebody ask questions about the Flying Saucers and the answers are short excerpts from well known hits of that time in the mid 1950s. It was. It was the biggest hit for B&G – a nr. 3 in 1956 in the US- This single is a mid 1960s Rerelease. Original on LUNIVERSE.
www.youtube.com/watch?v=9oxx8WZZD0Q

ANN MURRAY – GREATEST HITS/PERFORMANCES – CASSETTE Reviews

ANN MURRAY – GREATEST HITS/PERFORMANCES – CASSETTE

  • SONGS;KILLING ME SOFTLY,LUCKY ME
  • I SAY A LITTLE PRAYER,OUR LOVE,THE FRENCH WALTZ
  • COTTON JENNY,SING HIGH SING LOW,TOGETHER,PART TIME LOVE
  • BEAUTIFUL,WHAT’S FOREVER FOR,SONG FOR THE MIRA
  • HE THINKS I STILL CARE,ETC.

1990 DATE ON THIS CASSETTE

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Zesty Tiara Lifts Off. Why?

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Zesty Tiara Lifts Off. Why?
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Image by Epiclectic
50 Years of Waltz Hits
Silver Strings
Valiant V-4912
1960

Witness to history
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Image by faungg
Dow closed at 10365.45, dropped 777.68 today, the largest drop ever in history ——Sept. 29, 2008 (black Monday)

the Dow was down more than 800 points, an intraday record. The stock market rallied during the final 90 minutes of the trading day, and the Dow finished down about 370 points at 9,955.50.——Oct. 6, 2008

$ INDU 9,447.11 -508.39 -5.11% on 10/07/2008

8,579.19 -678.91 -7.33% on 10/09/2008 Stocks plunged in the final minutes of trading Thursday, sending the Dow Jones industrials down more than 600 points to their lowest level in five years.

10/13/2008 Wall Street stormed back from last week’s devastating losses Monday, sending the Dow Jones industrials soaring a nearly inconceivable 936 points after major governments’ plans to support the global banking system reassured distraught investors. All the major indexes rose more than 11 percent.

$ INDU Stock price 8,577.91 -733.08 -7.87% on 10/15/2008

$ INDU Stock price 8,979.26 up 401.35 +4.68% on 10/16/2008

The economy’s health improved for the first time in five months in September as supplier deliveries and new orders strengthened, a private research group said Monday.
Daily Wrap-up – A 413-Point Surge for the Dow Jones Industrial Average Amid Widespread Buying —- 10/20/2008

Dow tumbles 514 on earnings forecast worries. 8,519.21 -514.45 -5.69% on 10/22/2008

Stocks fall on belief global recession is at hand
8,378.95 -312.30 -3.59% 10/24/2008

Stocks surge as investors hunt for bargains. 9,065.12 +889.35 +10.88% 10/28/2008

Stocks surge as investors anticipate yearend rally DJIA 9,625 +305.45 11/4/2008

NEW YORK -A case of post-election nerves sent stocks plunging Wednesday as investors, again anxious about a recession, began questioning what impact a Barack Obama presidency will have on business and the overall economy.
DJIA 9139.27 – 486.01 -5.05% 11/5/2008

NEW YORK -Wall Street plunged for a second day, triggered by computer gear maker Cisco Systems warning of slumping demand and retailers reporting weak sales for October. Concerns about widespread economic weakness sent the major stock indexes down more than 4 percent Thursday.DJIA 8695.79 -443.48 -4.85% 11/6/2008

NEW YORK -A disheartened Wall Street fell for the third straight session Wednesday as investors absorbed another series of dismal corporate reports and news that the government won’t buy banks’ soured mortgage assets after all. The Dow Jones industrials skidded 410 points, and all the major indexes dropped more than 4 percent.
DJIA 8,282.66 -411.30 -4,73% 11/12/ 2008

Wall Street launched a massive rebound Thursday, muscling the Dow Jones industrial average up nearly 553 points after driving it down near its lows for the year, as investors decided they did not want to miss out on cheap stocks. 11/13/2008

Wall Street ended a turbulent week with another astonishing show of volatility Friday, with stocks plunging, recovering and then plunging again as investors absorbed another wave of downbeat economic news. DJIA 8,497.32 -337.94 -3.82% 11/14/2008

Dow falls below 8,000, S&P at 5-year low. Wall Street hit levels not seen since 2003, with the Dow Jones industrial average falling below the 8,000 mark, as the fate of Detroit’s Big Three automakers and the economy disheartened investors.
DJIA 7,997.28 -427.47 -5.07% 11/19/2008

Stocks have plunged again to levels not seen in more than five years as hopes fade that lawmakers will soon put together an aid package for U.S. automakers.
DJIA 7,552.29 -444.99 -5.56% 11/20/2008

Wall Street got a boost of confidence late Friday following a report that President-elect Barack Obama plans to name New York Federal Reserve President Timothy Geithner as Treasury secretary.
DJIA8,046.42 +494.13 +6.54% 11/21/2008

Wall Street showed clear relief Monday over the government’s plan to bail out Citigroup Inc. – a move it hopes will help quiet some of the uncertainty hounding the financial sector and the overall economy. The major indexes jumped more than 3 percent, extending Friday’s big rally. DJIA 8,443,39 +396.97 +4.97% 11/24/2008

12/1/2008 The reality that the nation is indeed in recession and that the downturn may well be prolonged sent Wall Street plunging Monday, hurtling the Dow Jones industrials down nearly 700 points and wiping out more than half of last week’s big gains. All the major indicators fell more than 7 percent, with the Standard & Poor’s 500 index down nearly 9 percent. DJIA 8,149.09 -679.95 -7.70%

Left Side of Thriller Case
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Image by Special Collections Research Center, Swem Library
Shown here is the left-hand side of the exhibit case documenting William and Mary’s Guinness World Record for the largest, simultaneous dance of the Michael Jackson hit Thriller. On April 19, 2009, 242 faculty, staff, and students broke the record with a simultaneous dance that took place on the Sunken Garden. The event was orchestrated by Kevin Dua, 2009 Senior Class President.

The following is from the label copy in the exhibit case:

It was closer to 2 p.m. than midnight and something not remotely evil was lurking in the Sunken Garden, which was not remotely dark. Students, faculty, and staff of the College of William and Mary gathered to dance on the afternoon of April 19, 2009. Orchestrated by Senior Class President Kevin Dua, the dancers hoped to break the world record for the largest dance of the Michael Jackson hit Thriller. As the first words of Thriller, “It’s close to midnight and something evil’s lurking in the dark,” boomed out of the speakers, some 242 William and Mary people began dancing. After reviewing film of the event, officials from the Guinness Book of World Records notified Dua in May 2009 that all participants complied with the rules and counted in the attempt, so the College officially broke the previous record of 147. With the untimely death of Michael Jackson (1958-2009) in June 2009, the College’s attempt at the record was the last one while Jackson was still alive.

Shown in this case are clippings of the event from USA Today and The Scotsman, a newspaper in Edinburgh, Scotland; the hat Dua wore during the event; photos from the record breaking attempt; and the certificate for the record from Guinness World Records.

See swem.wm.edu/scrc/ExhibitsatSwem.cfm for more information about past and present exhibits produced by the Special Collections Research Center.

Bobby Vee – Lollipop (1961)

Released on the 1961 album, “Hits Of The Rockin’ ’50′s”. Bobby’s version of the 1958 hit by the Chordettes.

Cool Hit Record images

A few nice hit record images I found:

record poster 1652
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Image by Nemo’s great uncle
松任谷由実(MATSUTŌYA Yumi)

Wikipedia: Yumi Matsutoya, 松任谷由実, 卒業写真

BGM during editing (色補正): 卒業写真(sotsugyō shashin), her 1975 hit
Note that editing was over before the song. (I’ve had LOTS of practice.)

Exterior Stax Museum of American Soul Music
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Image by MsAvaFrost
A fabulous stop for any music lover. In the heart of Soulsville USA and located at the site of the original Stax Recording Studios the museum pays tribute to Stax legendary artist roster including unknowns who would become icons, cranking out a massive catalog of smash soul hits by the likes of Isaac Hayes, Otis Redding, the Staple Singers, Wilson Pickett, Luther Ingram, Albert King, the Bar-Kays, Booker T. & the MG’s, Johnnie Taylor, Rufus and Carla Thomas, and dozens of other non-Stax artists who contributed to the soul music landscape. The Otis Redding tribute is incredible.

Center of Thriller Exhibit Case
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Image by Special Collections Research Center, Swem Library
Shown here is the center of the exhibit case documenting William and Mary’s Guinness World Record for the largest, simultaneous dance of the Michael Jackson hit Thriller. On April 19, 2009, 242 faculty, staff, and students broke the record with a simultaneous dance that took place on the Sunken Garden. The event was orchestrated by Kevin Dua, 2009 Senior Class President.

The following is from the label copy in the exhibit case:

It was closer to 2 p.m. than midnight and something not remotely evil was lurking in the Sunken Garden, which was not remotely dark. Students, faculty, and staff of the College of William and Mary gathered to dance on the afternoon of April 19, 2009. Orchestrated by Senior Class President Kevin Dua, the dancers hoped to break the world record for the largest dance of the Michael Jackson hit Thriller. As the first words of Thriller, “It’s close to midnight and something evil’s lurking in the dark,” boomed out of the speakers, some 242 William and Mary people began dancing. After reviewing film of the event, officials from the Guinness Book of World Records notified Dua in May 2009 that all participants complied with the rules and counted in the attempt, so the College officially broke the previous record of 147. With the untimely death of Michael Jackson (1958-2009) in June 2009, the College’s attempt at the record was the last one while Jackson was still alive.

Shown in this case are clippings of the event from USA Today and The Scotsman, a newspaper in Edinburgh, Scotland; the hat Dua wore during the event; photos from the record breaking attempt; and the certificate for the record from Guinness World Records.

See swem.wm.edu/scrc/ExhibitsatSwem.cfm for more information about past and present exhibits produced by the Special Collections Research Center.

Karaoke: Forever Country

Karaoke: Forever Country

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1. Courtesy Of The Red, White And Blue … Toby Keith 2. Amarillo By Morning … George Strait 3. Ace In The Hole … George Strait 4. America (My Country Tis Of Thee) … Traditional 5. The Chair … George Strait 6. You’re Gonna Miss Me When I’m Gone ..

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ON THE BEACH……………………

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ON THE BEACH……………………
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Image by Duncan Brown (Cradlehall)
………..was a hit record for Cliff Richard – do you remember?!
Ok, just checking your age, he-he!

Here are Benny and Breagha on the beach at Nairn with the snow-clad Black Isle and Ben Wyvis across the Moray Firth.

Master and Commander
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Image by andyzweb
This is the master section of the SSL 9000J. Whatever you do…do not hit the "Red Light" button.

Jefferson – Love Grows ( Where my Rosemary Goes )

Jefferson`s original version of the Edison Lighthouse hit which was recorded before their hit version but didnt get released or in fact see the light of day until 30 years later. Had it been released first it would no doubt have been a massive Worldwide hit as it is identical to Edison Lighthouse`s subsequent hit version.
Video Rating: 5 / 5

The Shangrilas sing Leader of the pack with full story background in storyboard theme made up from vintage pictures from the 1960′s. This record was released in the 60′s but made the charts in several era’s beteween 1965 and 1976. I hope you enjoy the video.

Chronicle, Vol. 1: The 20 Greatest Hits

Chronicle, Vol. 1: The 20 Greatest Hits

One of the most essential collections a rock fan can own their biggest hits on one double-length disc. Proud Mary; Who’ll Stop the Rain; Travelin’ Band; Fortunate Son; Lodi; Down on the Corner; Susie Q; Bad Moon Risin’, and more.Few bands of the 1960s retained as much a sense of the roots of rock and roll as did Creedence Clearwater Revival. Their music is rife with country, rockabilly, and R&B influences, a combination that produced several hit singles–most of which are present on this collection. These include “I Heard It through the Grapevine,” “Lodi,” “Up Around the B ,” “Who’ll Stop the Rain,” and of course “Bad Moon Rising.” This is an excellent greatest-hits collection, and a perfect introduction to the music of a band that has been enduringly influential. –Genevieve Williams

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