In the U.S.A., trains date back to the old west and cowboy era, However, during these modern times, wagon trains and railway have inspired many innovations about trails and railways. We can attribute these makeovers to: time, technology and trends. Mass transportation has transitioned from horsepower, locomotion to being propelled by various modern energy sources. […]
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https://youtu.be/H48j3KGBomU “Livin’ Thing” is a song written by Jeff Lynne and performed by Electric Light Orchestra (ELO). It appears on ELO’s 1976 album A New World Record. Patti Quatro sang uncredited vocals, particularly the “higher and higher” parts. ELO’s music embarked into the USA during the late 1960s thru the early 1970s, which was at […]
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MARTY LEDERHANDLER/ASSOCIATED PRESS By JON PARELES FEBRUARY 16, 2015 Lesley Gore, who was a teenager in the 1960s when she recorded hit songs about heartbreak and resilience that went on to become feminist touchstones, died on Monday in Manhattan. She was 68. Lois Sasson, her partner of 33 years, said Ms. Gore died of lung cancer […]
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Sharing this. Don’t judge people. Be kind have kind and love in your heart. Maybe they have a rough life. Never know. You just never know! It’s okay.… Please Don’t..
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Hallelujah, song written by Leonard Cohen. In this second edition, I present this version to you, with great friends, colleagues and saxophone teachers: Mr Eric Marienthal, María Zotova, Ismael Dorado, Angelo Torres, Adrian Crutchfield, Bayu Isman. And I leave you this message: IN TIMES LIKE THIS, THE MOST IMPORTANT THING IS THAT WE ARE UNITED. […]
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“Kind of a Drag” is a song written by Jim Holvay and recorded by the Buckinghams. It was the title track of their debut LP. The single reached number one on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 in February 1967, becoming the first #1 single within the new calendar year and remaining in the top position […]
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Artist Biography by Ron Wynn The Incredibles, a mid-’60s Los Angeles soul group that issued a pair of singles on the Audio Artists label, neither of which made much impression. Cal Waymon, Carl Gilbert, Jean Smith, and Alda Denise Edwards were the group members. Waymon, Gilbert, and Smith met at Jefferson High School, while Edwards had been in […]
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[Well…] Have you ever had the chance to talk with an orphan – to ask what it feels like to be an orphan? I’ve lived most of my life as an orphan and I’ve known many others, so I know what they would say. I lived in Korea until I was 22. Then God made […]
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In the Beginning is the second live album by Stevie (Ray) Vaughan and Double Trouble (the stage name at that time did not include Vaughan’s middle name). While the album was released about two years after Vaughan’s death in 1990, the actual performance took place on April 1, 1980 at Steamboat 1874 in Austin, Texas, […]
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