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Vanilla Fudge - You Keep Me Hangin' On (1967-68) HQ




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Another monster psychedelic hit, this one from 1967 and 1968. And another of my favorite summer
jukebox selections from '68, frequently played. Vanilla Fudge's cover of The Supremes' 1966 hit
single did almost as well as the original, peaking at #6 on the Billboard Hot 100. Slowed down considerably,
the effect was ultimately much more dynamic. Also, one of the grooviest album covers of the late 60's shows
a painting of a female model reclining, her gold colors blending into the album using posterization effects.
The album cover simply screams "psychedelic!"

In this video we have the lovely model Raphaella McNamara moving from a normal state through various
forms of posterization, threshold techniques, and polarization in keeping with the album cover concept.
Also the movement is slowed down, in keeping with the musical concept by Vanilla Fudge. The overall effect
is eerie, sensual, and dynamic.

Although the album was released in August 1967, the single (which was edited down to just under three minutes)
did not begin to chart until 1968, debuting at #86 on July 20, 1968 and peaking at #6 on Billboard on August 31 and
at #7 on Cash Box on September 14, 1968.

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Peggy Corday






Such a shame that Peggy Corday, truly an unique looking lady, got so little coverage in the press during her heyday.
Thus, the info on her is slim indeed. Her pin up is another favorite – she is a wonderful combination of youthful vivacity
with elegance. Just look at her hand, the way she modestly holds her negligee… Whauza! Peggy was probably born in
the early 1920s (but I have no idea where or who her parents were. Searching for Margaret Corday gave me no conclusive evidence).

In 1943, she got her first newspaper mention: “Red-haired Peggy Corday, who will portray Venus in the forthcoming musical,
“Helen of Troy”, is being groomed for her role by Mikhail Mordkin.” She did play Venus in the mentioned play – her Yank cover
photo show her during one such a performance. Very good choice for Venus, I must say. Unfortunately, this did not catapult her
to any stardom.

Peggy was the assistant to Robert Ripley, from Ripley’s Believe it or not, in 1949, when Ripley died after a show. Nothing else is known about her.


Age: 6, born abt 1934
Birthplace: Missouri
Race: White
Home in 1940: 2655a Rutger St Louis, St Louis City, Missouri

When Peggy Corday was born about 1934, their father, Lawrence, was 22 and their mother, Dorothy, was 20.
In 1940, they were 6 years old and lived in St Louis, Missouri, with their father and mother.



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Kendall and Kylie Jenner's Cars:
https://www.teenvogue.com/gallery/kendall-kylie-jenner-cars#1

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Valie Export, "Action Pants: Genital Panic" (1969)

Photo: Peter Hassmann


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Home:
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The Bob Crewe Generation - Music To Watch Girls By (1967) HQ




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Spring 1967 and it seemed everywhere I went this song was playing from cars, department stores,
radios perched on open window sills, transistor radios, and even bus terminals. It sort of became part
of the soundtrack of my life. Quite fitting since this was likely one of the most popular instrumentals of
the 1960s ... and one that actually helped to define the era. It's Herb Alpert flavor in the beginning
gradually evolves into something much jazzier and sensual with a fabulous sax solo. The song would
have made for a great movie soundtrack, but was never used for this purpose.

Released in December 1966, the song peaked at #15 on Billboard on February 11, 1967 and at #9 on
Cash Box on February 18, 1967. Due to the popularity of the song's title theme, it remained a radio
favorite throughout the spring and summer, especially for the beach crowd.

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(chevy_van)

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(Motor Home Interior. 1970s)

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Dear Enemy - "Computer One" (Original 1983 Australian Music Video)



Luigi Bastardo

The original music video for Australian indie pop band Dear Enemy's greatest hit, "Computer One",
which rose to #5 on the Australian Kent Music Report Singles Chart in December 1983. For more
information about Dear Enemy, please visit: http://bit.ly/m1F8f1.

[Please note: I do not own the rights to either the video or the song. I am merely posting this since
the original Australian-made video is -- at this point in time -- unavailable on YouTube.]

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(Keep fit, 70’s style)

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Donovan - Season Of The Witch (1966) HQ




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Another popular Donovan song featuring Jimmy Page on guitar! Recorded in May 1966 and released
to US audiences in late August on the album Sunshine Superman, it was never released as a single,
but instead became popular with the FM radio audience as deep cut. Due to the release of a cover of
the song by The Pandamonium as as single in November 1966, the album was not released in the UK
until July 1967. It soon became part of the Halloween fare served out by FM disk jockeys and continues
to enjoy the same prestige on classic rock stations to this day. The song has appeared in many films and
TV shows over the years.

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New Car Seeks to Boost Segrave’s Time (May, 1930)



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(Ozzy 2019)

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Udo - In the darkness




Wiki: U.D.O. (band)
https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/U.D.O.

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Dirty Princess Live @ Munich 07 04 05





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Angelina Jordan - I Put A Spell On You


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(Guram Tikanadze)

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(Maxine Cooper and Ralph Meeker)


KISS ME DEADLY Trailer (1955) - The Criterion Collection







Kiss me deadly / Polibek smrti (Robert Aldrich, 1955) HD (English/Czech subs) (FILM)




artchannel3

Kiss Me Deadly is an absolute joy to watch. There are no big-name stars, the director has never
been mentioned in the same breath as a Hitchcock or Huston, and it's basically a simple Mickey
Spillane story. How its presented on the screen is the genius of the picture. Right from the opening
credit sequence, you know you're in for something fresh and innovative. This is a must see for fans
of Quentin Tarantino, and there is a curious box containing a certain substance that glows when
opened (Pulp Fiction, anyone?). It is one of the finest of the "film noir" genre, predominantly because
of the moody black and white photography and its amazing 'timeless' appeal. It's great to know the
film has been "rediscovered", and be sure to see a copy of the film containing 2 different versions of
the mind-boggling final sequence shot at the time.




(Jack Elam, Jack Lambert, and Leigh Snowden)




(Marian Carr and Paul Stewart)


Info:
https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0048261/




(Ralph Meeker and Gaby Rodgers)

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