Cover of Suicide's song Live
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"A poetry-music duo from Chicago that were together from 1983 to 1993. From Trouser Press [Ira Robbins] - Of the many vocalist/instrumentalist duos to emerge in and around the new wave, this Chicago team was quite unique, a fascinating marriage of Don Hedeker's music and Lydia Tomkiw's poetry. Over the course of its career, Algebra Suicide flirted with pop forms and occasionally shared stylistic ground with both Laurie Anderson and the Velvet Underground but never wavered from its own individual path."
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3. Dorothy Collins & Raymond Scott Quintet - Singing in the Rain, 477 unique views
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Merv Griffin Show: August/September 1981
A well-publicized affair with actress Victoria Principal ensued, while Gibb signed to several projects outside of the recording studio, including acclaimed performances in Andrew Lloyd Webber's Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat on Broadway, Gilbert & Sullivan's The Pirates of Penzance in Los Angeles, and a short-term stint as co-host of the television music show Solid Gold.
However, as Gibb's drug use intensified, he was unable to commit to regular performances and tapings; he was eventually removed from each of said endeavors. His romance with Principal also ended a short time later, but not before recording and releasing a vanity duet of the Everly Brothers' classic "All I Have To Do Is Dream.
This would be Gibb's last official single, and his last US chart entry, peaking at number 51
God, it wouldn't be such a pain in the ass replacing sebastian's great clips removed by YouTube, if they weren't great.
on Italian TV.
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