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From: BurningLove1977 George Klein's Memphis Mafia Reunion ... George Klein's Memphis Mafia Reunion in August 2000 at Tribute Week in Memphis. Guests were Richard Davis, Marian Cooke, DJ Fontana, Scotty Moore, Jerry Schilling and Ronnie McDowell
A short Clip filmed by myself at Tributeweek in August 2000 in Memphis at Gracelandshop. It shows Scotty Moore, DJ Fontana and Ronnie McDowell (more)
These stories make Elvis seem like a big, fat dope.
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Bill Burke tells Elvis
and fried chicken
(don't worry it's
translated into German)
A bunch of lies
We want this board filled with serious people focused on activism. To that end, I've renamed Helmets and Hip Boots. It is now Flamingos: Key Wurst's Gay Bar. I don't think you can get much more serious than that.
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base it on facts and stay away shit stirring.
Now is a good time for fantasy to exit stage left
The Visual Guidance for July 2007
(Not included are the entries posted by guest blogger The Perfect American)
"Quite good spoof of Bee Gees recorded from swedish tv show "Måndagsbörsen" in 1982, but the comedians was from England and did another one at the same show (a Status Quo spoof that wasn't as good as this)"
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At Tivoli Konsertsal, Copenhagen, Denmark, 1968
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Statler Brothers-Flowers On The Wall
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at the 1958 Newport jazz festival
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"Judy Collins and Eric Andersen, together in 2002, singing Eric's song that was first recorded by Judy on her 1965 album, "Judy Collins' Fifth Album." Providing back-up vocals are Arlo Guthrie and Tom Rush. Clip is taken from DVD "Judy Collins Wildflower Festival""
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ちゃんねる:Elvis Costello 1st TV Appearance
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Elvis Costello: ALISON: 最初テレビの出現!- only a small part of this appears on his official DVD 'The Right spectacle'. The original master tape was wiped.
ちゃんねる:Rhythm-a-ning Monk Thelonious 1961
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Another clip from a film recorded in the sixties and found in the archives of the Dutch broadcasting company. What else is buried in there and might show up at some time. A collector in Holland taped this from a jazz show of recordings done mainly in the late fifties or early sixties. The Thelonnious Monk quartet plays Rhythm-a-ning in 1961 with Charlie Rouse on tenor, John Ore on bass, and Frankie Dunlop on drums. Thelonious Sphere Monk (1917 -- 1982) was a jazz pianist and composer. He is known for his unique improvisational style and many contributions to the standard jazz repertoire, including his classic works "'Round Midnight" and "Blue Monk". Monk is often regarded as a founder of bebop although his playing style evolved away from the form. His compositions and improvisations often highlight rhythmic and spatial relationships rather than melody.Monk's manner was idiosyncratic. Visually, he was renowned for his distinctively "hip" sartorial style in suits, hats and sunglasses, and he developed an unusual, highly syncopated and percussive manner of playing piano. He was also noted for the fact that at times he would stop playing, stand up from the keyboard and dance in a counterclockwise fashion, while the other musicians in the combo played. It is said that he would rarely speak to anyone other than his beloved wife Nellie, and certainly in later years it was reported that he would go through an entire tour without speaking to the other members of his group. There has been speculation that some of Monk's quirky behaviour was due to mental illness. As his health declined, his last years were spent as a guest in the New Jersey home of his long-standing patron, Baroness Nica de Koenigswarter, who had also nursed Charlie Parker during his final illness. He died of a stroke on February 17, 1982