segunda-feira, 31 de agosto de 2015

todayinhistory: August 28th 1963: March on Washington On this...


Martin Luther King Jr. speaking in front of the Lincoln Memorial


Signs held by marchers


Civil rights leaders heading the march


Burt Lancaster, Charlton Heston, Marlon Brando, Sammy Davis Jr., Sidney Poitier and Harry Belafonte made up the Hollywood presence at the march


Demonstrators queue along the National Mall for buses to take them home after the march


View of marchers in front of the Lincoln Memorial

todayinhistory:

August 28th 1963: March on Washington

On this day in 1963, the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom took place. The march was a key moment of the Civil Rights Movement, and a triumph for the nonviolence philosophy which underpinned the movement. The march is best remembered for Martin Luther King Jr.’s famous ‘I Have a Dream’ speech, given in front of the Lincoln Memorial, which extolled King’s vision of an America free of racial discrimination. Other speakers included chairman of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee John Lewis and veteran civil rights leader A. Philip Randolph. When politicians in Washington heard about the march many, including President John F. Kennedy, feared that there would be violence and rioting. The peaceful gathering of over 250,000 supporters of civil rights, with many whites in attendance as well as African-Americans, highlighted issues of racial discrimination and unequal housing and employment. The demonstration in the nation’s capital, and King’s speech in particular, spurred America into action and paved the way for the landmark 1964 Civil Rights Act and 1965 Voting Rights Act, vital tools in the fight for racial equality.

“I have a dream that one day this nation will rise up and live out the true meaning of its creed. ‘We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal’…
I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character.”

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domingo, 30 de agosto de 2015

nico-paffgen: The Stones in the Park, 5th July 1969



nico-paffgen:

The Stones in the Park, 5th July 1969

thedogemoji: Woodstock Festival - 1969

















thedogemoji:

Woodstock Festival - 1969

sábado, 29 de agosto de 2015

historicalphotographsnet: Linda McCartney, Paul McCartney and...



historicalphotographsnet:

Linda McCartney, Paul McCartney and Pink Floyd’s David Gilmour at a Led Zeppelin concert, in the 70’s. Historical Photographs

anything-for-my-baby: Roger Daltrey (The Who) performing at...







anything-for-my-baby:

Roger Daltrey (The Who) performing at Isle of Wight Music Festival, East Afton Farm, Isle of Wight, August 29 1970. (X)

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lennonmorrison: thespookyrocker: Welcome to The Beatles...



lennonmorrison:

thespookyrocker:

Welcome to The Beatles fandom.

FORGOT TO PUT AIR HOLES. GET YOUR SHIT TOGETHER, CAROL

sexta-feira, 28 de agosto de 2015

thebeatlesphotovault: The Beatles enjoy the beaches of Miami in...











thebeatlesphotovault:

The Beatles enjoy the beaches of Miami in February of 1964 and a California poolside in later 1964.

George Harrison on The Dick Cavett Show, 1971, Full Interview.


George Harrison on The Dick Cavett Show, 1971.

John Lennon bitches about a McCartney-playing violinist


"I sat in a restaurant in Spain. And the violinist insisted on playing YESTERDAY right in my ear." [John Lennon]

Sonny and Cher - All I Really Want To Do (Shindig! - 1965)


Sonny & Cher proved one of the magical musical combinations of the mid '60s and one of the better rock-influenced MOR acts of the early '70s, their wisecracking repartee providing counterpoint to a series of adoring hit duets. Salvatore "Sonny" Bono (b. Feb. 16, 1935) started out at Los Angeles-based Specialty Records as a songwriter in the late '50s, responsible for "Koko Joe" by Don and Dewey and "She Said Yeah" for Larry Williams, which was later covered by the Rolling Stones and the Righteous Brothers. Bono became a protégé of Phil Spector, managing to write a handful of successful songs, most notably "Needles and Pins" in collaboration with his protégé Jack Nitzsche, which became a success for Jackie DeShannon and a huge international hit for the Searchers. In 1964, while working sessions with Phil Spector, he met an 18-year-old would-be singer named Cherilyn Lapierre (b. May 20, 1946), and the two were later married. They formed a professional duet, initially as Caesar and Cleo for Vault Records and later Reprise, but it was only after they were signed to Atlantic Records as Sonny & Cher that success came their way. The couple embarked on parallel careers, with Cher later signed to Liberty/Imperial Records as a solo act. She subsequently hit with "Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down)" while Sonny charted with "Laugh at Me" on Atco, but their biggest success was as a duet on Atco, with "I Got You Babe" and "The Beat Goes On." For a time, from 1965 until 1967, they were rock & roll's hottest couple, so much so that in some conservative communities they were considered almost morally subversive; parents locked up their kids when Sonny and Cher were passing through for a concert appearance. They were popular enough, and sufficiently well-known in their images that the Rolling Stones impersonated them on the British television music showcase Ready Steady Go, miming to "I Got You Babe" with Brian Jones subbing for Sonny. And then nothing -- the hits stopped coming, and the couple made some daringly creative but unsuccessful commercial missteps, even a movie (Good Times, directed by William Friedkin in his debut) that was, like the Monkees' Head, too far ahead of its time for critics or all but the most advanced fans to appreciate. A further film effort, Chastity, a name shared by their daughter, also bombed, and the sudden confrontation of a $200,000 income tax debt forced the couple to continue working. Further, they were unable to record because of a dispute with Atlantic over Sonny's objections to the way that Cher's solo career was being handled. They were playing supper clubs and Las Vegas nightclubs when Johnny Musso, a friend of the couple's, was jumping from an executive position at Atlantic to run Decca Records' Kapp label subsidiary, and brought the duo with him. At around the same time, their stage act -- which had evolved into a kind of "with it" domestic comedy routine nearly as prominent as the music, with the tall, wry-witted Cher cutting up on the seemingly dim-witted Sonny -- was spotted by Fred Silverman, who was then the head of programming for CBS. They ended up with a summer replacement try-out show that did so well that Sonny & Cher were given a regular spot in the CBS lineup in January 1972 with a comedy-variety series. The couple's recording career was revived initially by a live album cut in one night at Las Vegas, featuring new versions of their early hits as well as parts of their current repertory; the album went gold. The first couple of singles by Cher and Sonny & Cher failed, but then producer Snuff Garrett, who had been at Liberty when Cher was there but had never worked with her, was brought in, and the result was "Gypsies, Tramps and Thieves," a career-reviving number one hit. After that, "The Way of Love," "All I Ever Need Is You" (which became the theme for their TV show), "A Cowboy's Work Is Never Done," "Half Breed," and "Dark Lady" kept either Cher or the couple in the Top Ten at various times through 1974. By then, however, their marriage had fallen apart, and with it, the success of their TV show. ~ Bruce Eder, All Music Guide PLEASE NOTE: I divided my uploads among multiple channels, Bookmark this link in your browser for instant access to an index with links to all of John1948's oldies classics. LINK: http://ift.tt/1GCF2cI

Donna Loren sings "Goldfinger" on Shindig (1965)


More Info: http://ift.tt/1VgNlV5 - Donna Loren in a live Shindig performance of "Goldfinger", the title song from the 1964 James Bond film of the same name. Composed by John Barry with lyrics by Leslie Bricusse and Anthony Newley, the song was made famous by Shirley Bassey who performed it for the film's opening and closing title sequences, as well as the soundtrack album release. This show aired 3-24-65. You may view a 2015 unplugged version of this song by Ms. Loren here: http://youtu.be/VpODHaJaz6o Donna Loren was the one-and-only "Dr Pepper Girl" from 1963 to 1968. She was signed to a long-term contract with the soft-drink company to sing all television and radio commercials, do all magazine and billboard advertising representing them in every capacity, sometimes sharing the spotlight with American Bandstand's Dick Clark. This relationship led to her touring in Dick Clark's Caravan of Stars with other popular acts like Diana Ross and The Supremes and singing solos in the popular Beach Party films starring Annette Funicello and Frankie Avalon. Later, she became the regular female vocalist on the popular 60's American live rock n roll TV show "Shindig" and she appeared in singing and acting roles in many iconic TV shows like The Monkees, Gomer Pyle, The Mothers-In-Law, Red Skelton, Milton Berle and various game shows. She's released 22 singles, an album and 2 CD's. Ms Loren is currently in the studio again making music: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SJ-wN37G2rs Current Videos: Donna Loren Now channel. Live Shows: Donna Lorens Shindig channel

quinta-feira, 27 de agosto de 2015

soundsof71: Led Zeppelin, vintage VELVET BLACK LIGHT poster



soundsof71:

Led Zeppelin, vintage VELVET BLACK LIGHT poster

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comicslams: Bunny Vol. 1 No. 5, October 1968



comicslams:

Bunny Vol. 1 No. 5, October 1968

reluctant-martyrs: The Small Faces welcome the new year, c....



reluctant-martyrs:
The Small Faces welcome the new year, c. January 1st, 1967

BEST OF SHINDIG PERFORMANCES

quarta-feira, 19 de agosto de 2015

The Who & The Rolling Stones on Ready Steady Go (60s)


Taken from a Ready Steady Go compilation VHS. The Who - Shout and Shimmy. The Rolling Stones - Satisfaction (best live version imo). No copyright infringement intended. The audio and visual content in this video belongs to the relevant owners.

terça-feira, 18 de agosto de 2015

The Animals - The House of the Rising Sun (The best video top 10 of all time)


Since the original version of this video, have lousy audio, I took the trouble to edit with better sound, better video, better zoom and better edition with the best of intentions, thank you. En vista de que la versión original de este video, tiene pésimo audio, me tomé la molestia de editarlo con mejor sonido, mejor video, mejor zoom y mejor edición con la mejor de las intenciones, gracias. My other work ... highly recommended: KC and the Sunshine Band - I'm your Boogie Man (Full version) Radar Love - Golden Earring (audio y video espectacular) The Doors - Light my Fire - (the best audio) "Macho" Música Disco con Celi Bee (Mejor Audio) John Travolta Saturday Night Fever - Bee Gees "You Should be Dancing" Hear me Calling - Slade Alive (The Best Video) Last Train to London - ELO (Very Excelent Audio) Ultimo tren a Londres Baby Come Back - Player (el que tiene mejor audio) MUSIC: Moscu Moscou Moscow Moskau Moscú Москва́ Designer Music - Lipps Inc (Música Disco de los 80) Diseño Musical (jejeje) "Hit de Road Jack - Ray Charles Tribute" http://ift.tt/1rHdZFc The House of the Rising Sun, traducido al castellano "La Casa del Sol Naciente", sencillo grabado en disco de vinilo por el grupo inglés The Animals en 1964, N° 1 en Inglaterra y Estados Unidos. Esta canción tiene infinidad de versiones en todo el mundo y en todo los idiomas, quizás la versión de Animals sea la mejor... y saben porqué?... porque a mi me gusta (que tal argumento). Nombre de los integrantes proporcionada por Konte2011, muchas gracias. Eric Burdon -- śpiew Alan Price -- organy Hilton Valentine -- gitara Chas Chandler -- gitara basowa John Steel -- perkusja

Animals - Don't let me be Misunderstood


Baby, do you understand me now Sometimes I feel a little mad But don't you know that no one alive Can always be an angel When things go wrong I seem to be bad But I'm just a soul whose intentions are good Oh Lord, please don't let me be misunderstood Baby, sometimes I'm so carefree With a joy that's hard to hide And sometimes it seems that all I have do is worry Then you're bound to see my other side But I'm just a soul whose intentions are good Oh Lord, please don't let me be misunderstood If I seem edgy I want you to know That I never mean to take it out on you Life has it's problems and I get my share And that's one thing I never meant to do Because I love you Oh, Oh baby don't you know I'm human Have thoughts like any other one Sometimes I find myself long regretting Some foolish thing some little simple thing I've done But I'm just a soul whose intentions are good Oh Lord, please don't let me be misunderstood Yes, I'm just a soul whose intentions are good Oh Lord, please don't let me be misunderstood Yes, I'm just a soul whose intentions are good Oh Lord, please don't let me be misunderstood

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