Rare original footage of the most famous girl ensembles of the 1960’s is featured. Such all-girl groups as the Ronettes, the Supremes and the Shangri-Las perform their hit titles which include “Please Mr. Postman,” “Be My Baby,” and “Chapel of Love.”
Directed by MAL – Milord and L’Etiquette
Executive producers: Anthony Saoudi & Mathias Chelebourg
Produced by Marcassin
DENNY LAINE – “Say You Don’t Mind” (Official “Bouton Rouge” Promotional Music Video) | © 1967 F2 TV (for IVAN)
The West Coast cast of “Hair” performs on season 3, episode 8 of “The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour” taped November 29th 1968 and aired December 8th, 1968. The songs performed are “The Age of Aquarius”, “Hair” and “The Flesh Failures (Let the Sunshine In)”. Jennifer Warnes! Gloria Jones!!!
The West Coast version played at the Aquarius Theatre in Los Angeles beginning about six months after the Broadway opening and running for an unprecedented two years. The Los Angeles tribe included Rado, Ragni, Robert Rothman, Ben Vereen (who replaced Ragni), Red Shepard, Ted Neeley (who replaced Rado), Meat Loaf, Gloria Jones, Táta Vega, Jobriath, Jennifer Warnes, and Dobie Gray.
Music video by The Ting Tings performing Wrong Club. (C) 2014 Finca Records
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Lyrics after the jump…
Whatever did happen to Bobbie Gentry, that’s the question that Rosanne Cash, daughter of legendary Johnny Cash, asks?
More than 30 years ago Bobbie Gentry disappeared from the public’s gaze and despite various attempts to track her down her whereabouts remain unknown as she remains steadfastly in a state of anonymity. VIA PODOMATIC
LISTEN TO THE PODCAST AFTER THE JUMP!!!
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SSENSE and System Magazine present Hercules & Love Affair’s new video for “I Try To Talk To You” ft. John Grant. Directed by David Wilson and styled by Simon Robins, the video features looks from the Spring collections of Acne Studios, Balmain and T by Alexander Wang.
Performers: Danny Dolan and Logan Schyvynck
Hercules And Love Affair’s Andy Butler and John Grant: making music mined in the soul. READ THE ARTICLE HERE @ THE GUARDIAN
STARGAYZING: Barbara Cartland’s Album of Love Songs, Sung Especially For You is a thrillingly awful recording from 1978 that combines several things I love very much: bad prose, the singing voice of an elderly woman, orchestral music, and non-singers with big egos leveraging success in other mediums to create a vanity album, especially for you! In the case of this record, we have an eighty-year old English romance novelist whose tentative, tremulous soprano quivers and chirps like a small, wounded bird through some of the finest standards ever written. When she attempts to soar you can hear the panicked flapping of a single wing—”ascend, I say!” Throughout, Miss Cartland’s anemic vocals are ably supported by the massive Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, who were undoubtedly well-compensated for this recording. A voice this tentative backed by the Royal Philharmonic is the musical equivalent of using a pen light to guide an ocean liner and, indeed, half the fun of this record is the ever-present risk of icebergs! READ THE REST OF THIS AMUSING ARTICLE HERE @ STARGAYZING
LISTEN TO THE FULL ALBUM HERE @ WFMU… and you can download each song too! HOW? For MAC: Just click the song, when the mp3 starts playing… right click on the mp3 bar. Choose “save audio as”. That’s it! Great Sat night Sun morning listening goodness!
Why am I just discovering these guys now? Such gorgeous 80’s inspired obscure pop goodness…
OH WAIT… “Down By The Water”!!! LOVE/LOVED THAT SONG/Shangri-La’s like video! (watch below)
WIKI: “The band cite their major influences as The Wake, The Smiths, Joy Division/New Order, The Tough Alliance, The Legends, The Shangri-las, The Embassy and Orange Juice. Graham also mentions that reverb in general has played a major role in their sound: “…If reverb didn’t exist we wouldn’t have bothered trying to start a band.”
other songs/ videos after the jump…
The Cowsills A Family Thing aired on Saturday, November 23, 1968 at 8:30 PM.
It included Bud, Barbra, Bill, Bob, Barry, Paul, John and Susan Cowsell.
Buddy Ebsen was the special guest star.
“Celebrating the golden age of the Television Variety Show… for better or worse.”
I couldn’t LOVE THE REDUNDANT VARIETY HOUR more! Miss Barbara Bain singing, Liza singing in German, Margaux Hemingway singing… badly. It’s all here with the help of Safety Gays and Wiglets! Seriously, if you call yourself a gay… bookmark this blog and watch a few clips everyday… and tell them Sissydude sent ya! CHECK IT OUT HERE