Don & Phil sing Walk Right Back (not live) and perform a rousing rendtion of Mention My Name In Sheboygan with their host John Davidson. Kind of a strange experience to see pop/rock stars of the day perform such a song in 1966 but stranger things have happened I suppose................................ The show is concluded bt the whole cast performing an Everly medley which includes the originators as well. Please visit our Everly Brothers International facebook page and our website : www.everly.net for the latest info on the World's No. 1 singing duo ! This clip is the property and copyright of its rightful owner(s) and I claim no ownership of the song. This is a non-profit video made solely for the purpose of study, review and/or entertainment
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The Turtles were one of the more enjoyable American pop groups of the 1960s, moving from folk-rock inspired by the Byrds to a sparkling fusion of Zombies-inspired chamber-pop and straight-ahead good-time pop reminiscent of the Lovin' Spoonful, the whole infused with beautiful vocal harmonies courtesy of dual frontmen Howard Kaylan and Mark Volman. Though they hit number one in 1967 with the infectious "Happy Together," the Turtles scored only three more Top Ten hits and broke up by the end of the '60s. Kaylan and Volman later joined Frank Zappa's Mothers of Invention during the early '70s and also recorded themselves as Flo & Eddie, but were on the oldies circuit with a revamped Turtles by the mid-'80s. Born within two months of each other in 1947 (though on opposite coasts), Howard Kaylan (b. Howard Kaplan) and Mark Volman attended the same school, Westchester High in Los Angeles (Kaylan had moved from New York as a child). The two sang in the school's a cappella choir, where Volman soon heard about Kaylan's instrumental surf group, the Nightriders (which also included choir members Al Nichol on lead guitar, Don Murray on drums and Chuck Portz on bass). Volman joined the group just before they became the Crossfires in 1963. After high-school graduation, the Crossfires continued on while its members attended area colleges (picking up rhythm guitarist Jim Tucker along the way). The group finally got its big break in 1965 after local disc jockey and club owner Reb Foster heard them. Foster liked the Crossfires so much, he became their manager and found the group a contract with White Whale Records. The sextet changed their name to the Tyrtles (an unveiled homage to the Byrds, soon amended to the correct spelling) and recorded a Bob Dylan cover as their first single. The song's fusion of folk with glittering rock & roll was also lifted from the Byrds, and "It Ain't Me Babe" reached the Top Ten in August 1965, just three months after "Mr. Tambourine Man" had hit number one. The Turtles hit the Top 40 twice more during 1965-66 with "Let Me Be" and "You Baby," after which Murray and Portz left (to be replaced by John Barbata and, for a short time, bassist/producer Chip Douglas). Though the Turtles had appeared to run out of steam by the beginning of 1967, the group stormed back with a hit written by Gary Bonner and Alan Gordon. "Happy Together" spent three weeks at number one on the American charts, and proved to be one of the biggest hits of the year. The Turtles' next three singles were written by Bonner-Gordon, and each hit the Top 20: the number three hit "She'd Rather Be with Me" plus "You Know What I Mean" and "She's My Girl." Chip Douglas, who had arranged the horns on "Happy Together," left the group to work with the Monkees, and was replaced by Jim Pons. Original member Jim Tucker left the group as well, after a tour of dingy pubs in England caused more than a bit of disillusionment about the group's lack of success. Beginning with "You Know What I Mean," the Turtles' revolving-door cast of producers and arrangers made their sound progressively more psychedelic, though they were still much closer to the pop/rock mainstream than to the era's premier psychedelic groups. The group self-produced the disappointing "Sound Asleep," which was the band's first single after "Happy Together" to miss the Top 40. "The Story of Rock and Roll," was shut out of the Top 40 as well, prompting the career-saving "Elenore" in September 1968, which hit number six. "You Showed Me" also hit number 6. Before the end of 1970, Kaylan, Volman and Pons had joined Frank Zappa's early-'70s edition of the Mothers of Invention. ~ John Bush, 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://john1948.wikifoundry.com/page/John1948%27s+Youtube+Index
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Posted by the International Al Jolson Society, www.jolson.org, this is an excerpt of the 16 Oct 1947 broadcast of the Kraft Music Hall, starring Al Jolson with guest Bing Crosby. This excerpt includes regular pianist Oscar Levant, in a wonderful medley of George Gershwin songs. The songs were not always sung by whom you might think, and there are photos of the stars to illustrate the show. The complete program, along with other Al Jolson radio shows, will be available on the Official Al Jolson Website at www.jolson.org, from its posting in October through the end of November.
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Posted by the International Al Jolson Society, www.jolson.org, this is an excerpt of the 09 Oct 1947 broadcast of the Kraft Music Hall, starring Al Jolson with co-host Oscar Levant. This excerpt typifies the comedic interchange made famous by Jolson and Levant on the Music Hall, and is illustrated by pictures of Jolson and Levant from the program. The complete show includes an appearance by opera star Lauritz Melchoir, and is well worth hearing. That complete program, along with other Al Jolson radio shows, will be available on the Official Al Jolson Website at www.jolson.org, from its posting in October through the end of November.
Betty Hutton sings a medley with Perry Como: "Ol Man River", "Love and Marriage", "Aint Misbehavin", "Dancing In The Dark", "I Got Rhythm", "Almost Like Being In Love", "A Bushel And A Peck", "Its Only A Paper Moon", "Manhattan", "The Lullaby Of Broadway" on Perry Como's Kraft Music Hall, November 8, 1961 For all things Betty Hutton, visit http://www.satinsandspurs.com
Posted by the International Al Jolson Society, www.jolson.org, this is an excerpt of the 06 Jan 1949 Kraft Music Hall starring Al Jolson. Larry Parks was the guest on this week's program, but this podcast is from the middle part of the show, and features Jolson, Oscar Levant, Ken Carpenter, and Lou Bring. Enjoy the scripted comedy, which refers to the cast's expenses with the show broadcasting remotely from Palm Springs, and Jolson's renditions of "I Want A Girl Just Like The Girl That Married Dear Old Dad," "Don't Let It Get You Down," and "Ma Blushin' Rosie, Ma Posie Sweet." The complete broadcast, along with other Jolson radio shows, is available at the Official Al Jolson Website at www.jolson.org, from its posting in January through the end of February.