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WDAK AM-540 Columbus, GA Top 40 Surveys     June 3rd, 1971     Dec. 23rd, 1971     May 18th, 1972     June 29th, 1972 !!
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Southern Ashe
Southern Ashe : Mike McLain : Tony Stephens : Jeff Fredrick : Rud King : Jimmy Pope : Alan Hussey : Danny Elrod : Randy Jackson : Terry Young : Robert Earl Lowery : Ashe Kickin' Country
Southern country-rock band, composed of school buddies primarily from Phenix City AL and nearby towns, was active in the late 1970s and early 1980s.
The band informally re-formed in 2010, officially re-formed in 2012 and performs on certain occasions. The band has its own Facebook page (see below).

Southern Ashe Ashe Kickin' Country

SOUTHERN ASHE - LOCAL TV INTERVIEW - 2012: Part-1        Part-2

YOU TUBE VIDEOS - 2012: "Street Corner Serenade"        "Apple Cider Sally"        "The American Dream"

Southern Ashe - Facebook "Friend" Page          2010 Informal Jam: "If You Wanna Get to Heaven"        - - - - -

Bands Local to the Columbus GA - Phenix City AL Area .... Facebook "Like" (and other) Pages

The BoneHeadz          Tim O'Brien Project   .....          Fiddler's Blues Band          Bluegrass Revue

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"(I've Been Using) The F-Word"
A YouTube Video. This song was written by Bernadette Coker and Chip Martin.    Sung by Justin Spears.

SPECIAL NOTE ---- The so-called "F-Word" is NOT heard at all in this song.    Rest assured that this is a G-Rated Presentation.

Please also visit Bernadette's Song Page at Reverbnation to hear other songs that she has composed.

Jennifer Warnes
          Jennifer is well known for her hit singles "Right Time of the Night" and "I Know A Heartache When I See One", as well
          as movie soundtrack hits such as "It Goes Like It Goes" from "Norma Rae", "(Love Lift Us) Up Where We Belong" (with
          Joe Cocker) from "An Officer And A Gentleman" and "(I've Having) The Time of My Life" (with Bill Medley) from "Dirty
          Dancing". She also sang the title song for the 1980s Studs Terkel PBS special "Millworker".

          She is also known for many of her solo albums, such as "Jennifer" (1972) and "The Hunter" (1992).

          Her association with the poet-singer Leonard Cohen has lasted over four decades, with the high point being her triumphant
          tribute album of Cohen's songs, "Famous Blue Raincoat" (1987 - original release on vinyl; 2007 - a special edition CD with
          bonus tracks).

Leonard Cohen
          "Suzanne", "Bird On A Wire", "Joan of Arc", "Dance Me to the End Of Love", "If It Be Your Will", "Coming Back To You",
          "Hallelujah", "Ain't No Cure For Love", "First We Take Manhattan", "Famous Blue Raincoat", "Heart With No Companion".

          Also (w/Jennifer Warnes) -- "Song of Bernadette".

Don McLean
          "Till Tomorrow", "Crossroads", "Winterwood", "Empty Chairs", "Mother Nature", "Vincent",
          "Everybody Loves Me Baby", "Crying", "Dreidel", "Castles in the Air", "American Pie".

Steely Dan
          First, you listen to their 1972 debut album "Can't Buy A Thrill", then go from there.

          "Do It Again", "Dirty Work", "Kings", "Midnight Cruiser", "Reelin' in the Years", "FM", "Deacon Blues"
          "Only a Fool Would Say That", "My Old School", "Pretzel Logic", "Brooklyn Owes the Charmer Under Me"
          "Turn that Heartbeat Over Again", "The Fez", "Peg", "Josie", "Hey Nineteen", "Rikki Don't Lose that Number"

Led Zeppelin
          "Battle of Evermore" (w/Sandy Denny), "Good Times, Bad Times", "Communication Breakdown", "Immigrant Song"
          "Stairway to Heaven", "Whole Lotta Love", "Dazed and Confused", "Black Dog", "Rock and Roll", "No Quarter"

          "Song Remains the Same","Houses of the Holy", "Trampled Underfoot", "Kashmir", "Achilles Last Stand"
          "All My Love", "In the Evening"

The Doors
          "Break on Thru to the Other Side", "The Crystal Ship", "Twentieth Century Fox", "Alabama Song"
          "Back Door Man", "The End" (1967 and 1979), "Strange Days", "Love Me Two Times", "People Are Strange"

          "When the Music's Over", "Touch Me", "Wishful Sinful", "The Unknown Soldier", "Spanish Caravan"
          "Soul Kitchen", "Hello, I Love You", "The Changeling", "Love Her Madly", "Been Down So Long"

          "L.A. Woman", "Hyacinth House", "The Cars Hiss By My Window" -- Like A Sonic Boom .. BLOOM!
          "L'America", "Texas Radio and the Big Beat - The WASP", "Riders on the Storm"

          From the post-Morrison "Full Circle" album: "The Mosquito", "Verdilac", "Get Up and Dance"

Fleetwood Mac
          "Rhiannon", "Over My Head", "Monday Morning", "Dreams", "Don't Stop", "Go Your Own Way",
          "Songbird", "Gold Dust Woman", "Second Hand News", "Tusk", "Sara", "Hold Me", "Oh, Dianne", "Gypsy".

          "Bare Trees", "Sentimental Lady", "Homeward Bound", "Sunny Side of Heaven", "Did I Ever Love You",
          "Caught in the Rain", "Black Magic Woman"

          Stevie Nicks - Solo
          "Edge of Seventeen"; "Stop Draggin' My Heart Around" (w/Tom Petty); "Gold", "Midnight Wind" (w/John Stewart);
          "Whenever I Call You Friend" (w/Kenny Loggins)

Elvis Presley
          "That's All Right, Mama", "Mystery Train", "Peace in The Valley", "Love Me Tender", "Jailhouse Rock"
          "Blue Suede Shoes", "Suspicious Minds", "Are You Lonesome Tonight?", "Just a Little Talk with Jesus",
          "Return to Sender", "Can't Help Falling In Love With You", "Blue Moon of Kentucky", "Blue Moon",
          "(I Did It) My Way", "Burnin' Love", "My Happiness"

               Elvis Sites - - - - -    - - - - -

                 The Elvis Presley & Hollywood Legends Museum    Web-Site     FaceBook Page   in   Pigeon Forge, Tennessee

                 Graceland   .... Memphis, Tennessee

                 The Official Elvis Web-Site   ... TCB and all that Flash!

                 Elvis Presley's Birthplace   ... Tupelo, Mississippi    Jesse Aaron Presley

After the King - Sun Records Legends
  Johnny Cash
     "Ring Of Fire", "I Walk The Line", "Johnny Yuma", "Teenage Queen", "Ghost Riders"
     "Folsom Prison Blues", "A Boy Named Sue"

  Jerry Lee Lewis
     "Great Balls of Fire", "Whole Lotta Shakin Goin On", "What Made Milwaukee Famous Made A Loser Out of Me"

  Carl Perkins
     "Blue Suede Shoes", "Matchbox"

  Roy Orbison
     "Oh, Pretty Woman", "Only The Lonely", "Ooby Dooby", "Crying", "You Got It"

The Beatles
  John Lennon
      "Tomorrow Never Knows"  - The last song on the 1966 "Revolver" album was among the first recorded. Can you
                                imagine what it must have been like on the first take (April 6, 1966)? Surely,
                                the recording studio personnel must have realized that things were going to be a
                                little different from that point on. Wikipedia article on the making of the song.

      "You've Got to Hide Your Love Away", "All You Need is Love", "Give Peace a Chance"
      "Strawberry Fields Forever", "I am the Walrus", "Help", "I'm a Loser", "Nowhere Man"

      "Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds", "Across the Universe", "Don't Let Me Down", "Julia"
      "Baby, You're A Rich Man", "I Should Have Known Better", "Revolution", "Sexy Sadie"
      "Glass Onion", "Come Together", "I Want You"

      "Imagine", "Instant Karma", "Power to the People", "Happy Christmas (War is Over)"
      "Starting Over", "Beautiful Boy", "Woman", "Nobody Told Me", "Grow Old With Me"
      "Mother", "Working Class Hero", "Real Love"

  Paul McCartney
      "All My Loving", "Yesterday", "Eleanor Rigby", "For No One", "Got to Get You Into My Life"
      "Can't Buy Me Love", "Hello, Goodbye", "Lady Madonna", "Hey Jude", "Back in the USSR"

      "Blackbird", "Maxwell's Silver Hammer", "Golden Slumbers", "Carry That Weight", "The End"
      "Get Back", "The Long and Winding Road", "Let It Be"

      "Maybe I'm Amazed", "Give Ireland Back to the Irish", "Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey"
      "Another Day", "Live and Let Die", "Band on the Run", "Jet", "Let Me Roll It",
      "Helen Wheels", "Mrs. Vanderbilt (Ho Hey Ho)", "Picasso's Last Words", "1985" 

  George Harrison
      "Do You Want to Know A Secret" (vocal), "If I Needed Someone", "Taxman", "I Want To Tell You",
      "For You Blue", "Only a Northern Song (Beatles Anthology Version)", "Savoy Truffle"
      "While My Guitar Gently Weeps", "Piggies", "Here Comes the Sun", "Something"

      "My Sweet Lord", "What is Life", "Beware of Darkness (Bangladesh Version)", "I'd Have You Anytime",
      "Awaiting on You All", "Behind that Locked Door", "If Not For You", "All Those Years Ago", "When We Was Fab"

      "Handle Me With Care" (Traveling Wilburys)
      Click-on for YouTube Video, which opens in a new window/tab.

  Ringo Starr
      "Act Naturally", "What Goes On", "Yellow Submarine", "With a Little Help from My Friends"
      "Don't Pass Me By", "Good Night" (last track on White Album), "Octopus's Garden"

      "Photograph", "You're Sixteen"
      "It Don't Come Easy", "Back Off Bugaloo", "Only You (And You Alone)", "No No Song", "Oh My My"

  Beatles Anthology {Videos and CD's}

  Beatles - "Love" (2006 CD)

If You Want It, Here It Is
Come and Get It - The Best of Apple Records

This is a 21-song CD, available at places like Amazon-Dot-Com, that contains the best efforts from
a few of the many artists who were signed to the Beatles' self-contained label, Apple Records.

    "Those Were the Days" -- Mary Hopkin  |  "Carolina In My Mind" -- James Taylor  |  "Maybe Tomorrow" -- The Iveys ***

    "Thingummybob" -- The Black Dyke Mills Band  |  "King of Fuh" -- Brute Force  |  "Sour Milk Sea" -- Jackie Lomax

    "Goodbye" -- Mary Hopkin  |  "That's The Way God Planned It" -- Billy Preston  |  "New Day" -- Jackie Lomax

    "Golden Slumbers-Carry That Weight" -- Trash  |  "Give Peace A Chance" -- Hot Chocolate Band

    "Come and Get It" -- Badfinger  |  "Ain't That Cute" -- Doris Troy  |  "My Sweet Lord" -- Billy Preston

    "Try Some, Buy Some" -- Ronnie Spector  |  "Govinda" -- The Radna Krishna Temple (London)

    "We're On Our Way" -- Chris Hodge  |  "Saturday Nite Special" -- The Sundown Playboys

    "God Save Us" -- Bill Elliot and The Plastic Oz Band  |  "Sweet Music" -- Lon & Derrek van Eaton

    "Day After Day" -- Badfinger

    *** = The Iveys later changed their group name to Badfinger. "Come and Get It" was recorded before the name
          change, then released after it.

      Brute Force's "King of Fuh" has a certain "lyrical qualification". Use headphones if you plan to
      listen to it in front of your grandkids or at your local church Bingo gathering.

Bob Dylan
    "Positively 4th Street", "Tangled Up in Blue", "A Simple Twist of Fate", "Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues"
    "Don't Think Twice - It's Alright", "Shelter from the Storm", "Lily, Rosemary and the Jack of Hearts"

    Concert for Bangladesh versions of - "A Hard Rain's Gonna Fall", "Just Like A Woman"

    "(Most Likely) You'll Go Your Way and I'll Go Mine", "She Belongs To Me", "Bob Dylan's 115th Dream"
    "The Times They Are A-Changin'", "Subterranean Homesick Blues", "The Mighty Quinn (Quinn the Eskimo)"

    "Knockin On Heaven's Door", "Lay Lady Lay", "It Takes A Lot to Laugh, It Takes A Train to Cry"
    "Like A Rolling Stone", "Love Minus Zero", "Visions of Johanna", "Absolutely Sweet Marie"
    "Highway 61 Revisted", "Tombstone Blues", "You Ain't A-Goin Nowhere", "Down In The Flood"

    Bob Dylan songs covered by others --

       "Blowin' In The Wind" (Peter, Paul and Mary)
       "Mr. Tambourine Man" (The Byrds)
       "All along the WatchTower" (Jimi Hendrix)

       "Tomorrow is Such a Long Time", "Forever Young" (Rod Stewart)
       "If Not for You" (George Harrison, Olivia Newton-John)

       "Forever Young", "Farewell Angelina", "Don't Think Twice, It's Alright" (Joan Baez)

Pete Seeger
          "Turn, Turn, Turn" (adaptation from the Book of Ecclesiastes)
          "If I Had A Hammer" (co-written with Lee Hays)
          "Where Have All the Flowers Gone" (co-written with Joe Hickerson)
          "We Shall Overcome" (re-worked traditional spiritual he helped popularize for the American Civil Rights Movement)

          Has performed with Woody and Arlo Guthrie, Joan Baez, Judy Collins, Bob Dylan and many, many others

Cashman and West's American City Suite Medley
ALL 10 minutes and 49 seconds of it - from the "AM-FM BLUES" CD.
    »»» Sweet City Song - Hello Jack - All Around The Town - A Friend is Dying

    --- YOU-TUBE VIDEO ---    Click-on here, full lyrics

     Fondly remember listening to this song back in the early 1970's on Columbus Georgia's WWRH 104.9 FM - Those were the DAYS!!!

     Also from "AM/FM Blues" CD -- "Some of My Best Friends are People", "Medicine Man", "Sunday Will Never be the Same"
                                   "Son of a Loving Man", "Talkin' Baseball"
 104.9 CD

Simon & Garfunkel
 "Bye Bye Love" -- from Bridge Over Troubled Water album

 also -- "Sounds of Silence", "America", "Kathy's Song", "Homeward Bound", "59th Street Bridge Song", "The Boxer"
         "Mrs. Robinson", "Bookends", "So Long, Frank Lloyd Wright", "Cecelia", "My Little Town"

 Paul Simon -- "Mother and Child Reunion", "Me and Julio Down by the Schoolyard", "Duncan", "Hobo's Blues"
               "Kodachrome", "American Tune", "Loves Me Like a Rock", "One Man's Ceiling is a Another Man's Floor"

               "Was a Sunny Day", "St. Judy's Comet", "Still Crazy After All These Years", "Gone At Last"
               "You're Kind", "50 Ways to Leave Your Lover", "You Can Call Me Al"

Steeleye Span
With Maddy Prior

          "All Around My Hat (1975)" ... Live, Short Version    Full Album Version    Lyrics (Click Here)

          "Gaudete", "Cam Ye O'er Frae France", "Allison Gross", "Thomas The Rhymer", "Gone To America",
          "Black Jack Davy", "One Misty Moisty Morning", "Little Sir Hugh", "Bach Goes To Limerick"
          "Edwin", "Long A-Growing", "Two Magicians", "The Wife of Ushers Well", "Gamble Gold",
          "New York Girls" (with Peter Sellers on the U Key Lay Lee)

Fairport Convention
With Sandy Denny
          "Who Knows Where The Time Goes", "Tam Lin", "Matty Groves", "Autopsy", "Farewell, Farewell",
          "Cajun Woman", "Million Dollar Baby", "Crazy Man Michael", "Come All Ye"

Stevie Wonder
          "For Once In My Life", "Signed, Sealed, Delivered", "My Cherie Amour", "Superwoman", "Superstition"
          "You Haven't Done Nothing", "You Are the Sunshine of My Life", "I Wish", "Isn't She Lovely"
          "Sir Duke", "I Am Singing", "Another Star", "As"

Classic R&B .. Soul

 Big Mama Thornton ... "Hound Dog"

 Aretha Franklin ... "R-E-S-P-E-C-T", "You Make Me Feel Like a Natural Woman", "Think"

 Fats Domino ... "Ain't That A Shame?", "BlueBerry Hill"

 The Chords ... "SH-BOOM (Life Could Be A Dream)"

 Little Richard ... "Tutti Fruitti", "Good Golly Miss Molly", "Long Tall Sally"

 Chuck Berry ... "Roll Over Beethoven", "Mabelline", "Sweet Little Sixteen", "My Ding-A-Ling"

 Bo Diddley ... "Bo Diddley"

 Otis Redding ... "Shake", "R-E-S-P-E-C-T", "Try a Little Tenderness", "Dock of the Bay"

 Smokey Robinson ... "I Second That Emotion"

 The Supremes ... "Love Child"

 Ray Charles ... "Georgia on My Mind", "Hit The Road Jack (What'd I Say)", "I Can't Stop Loving Her"

 Sam and Dave ... "Soul Man", "Soothe Me", "Hold On, I'm Comin'"

 James Brown ... "Papa's Got A Brand New Bag", "I Feel Good", "Living in America"

 Booker T and The MG's ... "Green Onions", "Time Is Tight"

 Billy Preston -- co-credited with the Beatles on 1969's "Get Back"

  "That's the Way God Planned It", "My Sweet Lord", "Outa-Space", "Will It Go Round In Circles?"

Women Singers and Songwriters
  Eva Cassidy

      Her Official Web-Site     Eva's Artworks     Wikipedia Bio

      The Eva Cassidy Story - ABC Nightline Video

  Laura Nyro
    "Stoney End", "Stone Souled Picnic", "Eli's Coming", "He's A Runner", "And When I Die",
    "Hands Off The Man - The Flim Flam Man"


  Judy Collins
     "Amazing Grace" (1970), "Chelsea Morning" "Cook With Honey" "Send in the Clowns" "Both Sides Now"  "Suzanne"  "Early Morning Rain"

  Joni Mitchell
     "Big Yellow Taxi" "Woodstock" "Both Sides Now" "Help Me"  "Free Man in Paris"

  Joan Baez
     "Diamonds and Rust", "The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down", "Forever Young", "Let It Be"

  Chi Coltrane
     "Thunder and Lightning", "Go Like Elijah"

  Madeleine Peyroux .... Youtube Videos

      "Dance Me To The End of Love" (Disc Version) ......... LIVE Version

      "You're Gonna Make Me Lonesome (When You Go)"

      "I Can't Stop Loving You"

      "Martha, My Dear"

  Loreena McKennitt ... "The Mummers Dance" (YouTube Video)

  Beth Nielsen Chapman
     "Sand and Water", "Happy Girl", "Walk My Way", "Beyond the Blue", "Life Holds On", "All I Have"

  Janis Ian
     "At Seventeen", "Society's Child"

  Carole King
     "It's Too Late", "I Feel the Earth Move", "You've Got a Friend",
     "You Make Me Feel Like A Natural Woman"

  Carly Simon
     "That's the Way I Always Heard It Should Be", "You're So Vain", "Anticipation"

     ALSO: "Mockingbird" (w/James Taylor)

  Jennie Anderson (Ian's ex) ... Lyrics to Jethro Tull's "Aqualung"

  Laura Branigan
     "Gloria", "Self Control" and "Forever Young" (not the Bob Dylan song)

     "Only Time", "Wild Child", "Tempus Vernum", "Cursum Perficio", "On Your Shore", "On My Way Home"
     "Anywhere Is", "Only If", "Book of Days", "The Celts", "Orinoco Flow", "Storms in Africa"

"Will The Circle Be Unbroken"
1972 album (and 2002 CD re-issue) by the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band and many Nashville legends
     "Wildwood Flower", "Keep on the Sunny Side" -- Mother Maybelle Carter
     "Wreck on the Highway", "Precious Jewel", "I Saw The Light" -- Roy Acuff
     "Grand Old Opry Song" -- Jimmie Martin
     "I am a Pilgrim" -- Merle Travis
     "Orange Blossom Special", "Foggy Mountain Breakdown" -- Earl Scruggs

     "Will the Circle Be Unbroken" -- Mother Maybelle Carter, Jimmie Martin, Roy Acuff, Doc Watson,
                                      the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band plus a whole ensemble of friends.

"In the Name of the Father" Soundtrack
     "In the Name of the Father" and "Billy Boola" - Bono & Gavin Friday

     "Voodoo Child" - Jimi Hendrix Experience        | "Dedicated Follower of Fashion" - The Kinks
     "Is This Love" - Bob Marley & The Wailers       | "Passage Of Time" - Trevor Jones

     "You Made Me The Thief Of Your Heart" - Sinead O'Connor  (standout song)

Dublin Songs
From a 1988 album celebrating Ireland's Capital City.
     "Molly Malone" (standout song), "Biddy Mulligan", "Rare Ould Times", "Ringsend Rose", "The Auld Triangle",
     "Summer In Dublin" "Anna Liffey", "The Rocky Road to Dublin", "Jem"

Neil Diamond
          "Sweet Caroline", "Cracklin' Rosie", "Song Sung Blue", "Play Me", "Brooklyn Roads"
          "Robert E. Lee", "Coming to America", "Cherry, Cherry" (Studio and 1972 Live Versions)

          "I Am..I Said", "I'm a Believer", "Thank the Lord for the Night Time", "Shilo"
          "Solitary Man", "Brother Love's Travelling Salvation Show", "Holly Holy"

New Age     A Very Small Sampling

  John Keating's Space Experience {1972 album}
  "I Feel The Earth Move", "Rocket Man", "Star Trek", "Jesus Christ Superstar", "The Sound of Silence"
  "The Unknown Planet", "Prelude to Earthrise", "Space Agent", "Upon Another Earth", "Signal to Saturn"

      "Heaven and Hell" Suite, including "Part 1, No. 3" -- aka "Cosmos Theme"
      "Pulstar", "Alpha", "Entende tu les chiens aboyer", "Comet 16"
      "Apocalypse des Animaux", "Création du Monde", "1492 (Conquest)"

  Patrick O'Hearn's "Forever the Optimist"

  Thomas Dolby - "The Gate to the Mind's Eye"
      Includes "N.E.O.", "Nuvogue" and "Quantum Mechanic"
      Dr. Fiorella Terenzi -1-  -2- -3- -4-, guest vocals on "NEO" and "Quantum"  Dr. Fiorella Terenzi - Brevard Community College Dr. Fiorella Terenzi - Music From The Galaxies 

  Mythos - "The Odyssey" (song)

  Jan Hammer - "Beyond The Mind's Eye" (album)

  Private Music (label) samplers ... Various / Tangerine Dream / Patrick O'Hearn

  The "Best New Age" series, Vol's 1-2-3-4-5-6

Prepare Ye The Way

 Sing Lustily, and With Good Courage     Maddy Prior with the Carnival Band (1990)

     Beautiful renditions of 18th and 19th English Gallery Hymns. The American Gospel movement could learn quite a lot from this.
     Click-on the album title for more details.

 Jesus Christ Superstar, original Broadway cast
     Title Track, "King Herod's Song", "I Don't Know How to Love Him", "What's The Buzz", "Everything's All Right"

 Godspell, original cast
     Original cast on the NBC Today Show (1971) .... YouTube Video

     "Day By Day"
     "Prepare Ye The Way of the Lord", "Bless The Lord", "All for the Best", "All Good Gifts",
     "Turn Back, Old Man", "Alas for You", "We Beseech Thee"

 The Greatest Story Ever Told (movie, 1965) ... "Lazurus Come Forth"

 Edwin Hawkins Singers ... "Oh Happy Day" (Single Version)

          "Dear Mr. Fantasy", "40,000 Headmen", "Feelin' All Right", "Low Spark of High Heeled Boys",
          "Glad/Freedom Rider", "John Barleycorn Must Die", "Empty Pages", "Stranger to Himself",
          "Paper Sun", "Hole in My Shoe", "Heaven is on Your Mind", "Shanghai Noodle Factory"

Electric Light Orchestra - Good Old E.L.O.
          "Roll Over Beethoven", "Showdown", "Boy Blue", "Daybreaker", "Can't Get It Out of My Head",
          "Ma-Ma-Belle", "Strange Magic", "Evil Woman", "Sweet Talkin' Woman", "Don't Bring Me Down", "Do Ya?"

Blood, Sweat and Tears
          "And When I Die", "Children of the Wind", "You've Made Me So Very Happy", "Smiling Phases"
          "Spinning Wheel", "I Can't Quit Her", "Lucretia McEvil", "Hi-De-Ho", "40,000 Headmen"

Things they did only up thru 1972
          "Make Me Smile", "25 or 6 to 4", "Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is?", "Beginnings"
          "Colour My World", "Saturday in the Park", "Dialogue I-II"

Creedence Clearwater Revival
          "Midnight Special", "Suzie Q" (WWRH Moment), "Down On The Corner", "Green River"
          "Proud Mary", "Bad Moon Rising", "Cotton Fields", "Fortunate Son", "Lookin Out My Back Door"
          "Have You Ever Seen The Rain?"

Various Artists - 1
 Buddy Holly

     "Blue Days, Black Nights" (YouTube Video, starts up at 11 second mark)

     "It Doesn't Matter Anymore", "Peggy Sue", "Everyday", "That'll Be The Day", "Learning The Game",
     "Well All Right", "Not Fade Away", "True Love Ways", "Brown Eyed Handsome Man", "Bo Diddley",
     "Peggy Sue Got Married", "Fool's Paradise", "Rave On", "Words of Love", "What To Do"

     Check out the DVD - "The Real Buddy Holly Story" - produced and narrated by Paul McCartney

 Siegel-Schwall Band

     "Do You Remember?"  "Easy Rider"  "Angel Food Cake"  "Bring It With You When You Come"  (YouTube Audio-Videos)

     Wikipedia Entry  ||||  OFFICIAL WEB SITE -- includes music store

 Rolling Stones
     "You Can't Always Get What You Want", "Gimme Shelter"

     "I Just Wanna Make Love To You", "Not Fade Away", "As Tears Go By", "Time is on My Side"
     "Play With Fire", "Satisfaction", "Get Off of My Cloud", "Mother's Little Helper"

     "Paint It Black", "Let's Spend The Night Together", "Ruby Tuesday", "Jumping Jack Flash"
     "Street Fighting Man", "Sympathy for The Devil", "Honky Tonk Women", "Brown Sugar"
     "Tumblin' Dice", "Angie"

 Lynyrd Skynyrd
     "Free Bird", "Sweet Home Alabama", "Saturday Night Special", "What's Your Name", "That Smell"

 The Grateful Dead
     "Attics of my Life", "Sugar Magnolia", "Truckin", "Friend of the Devil", "Eyes of the World"
     "Uncle John's Band", "Casey Jones", "Box of Rain", "Ripple", "Brokedown Palace"

 Bruce Springsteen
     "4th of July at Asbury Park (Sandy)", "Rosalita (Come Out Tonight)", Born to Run"
     "Born In the USA", "Streets of Philadelphia" (Original and Academy Awards versions)

 Billy Joel
     "Travelin' Prayer", "Piano Man", "Ballad of Billy the Kid", "Captain Jack", "My Life"
     "Only the Good Die Young", "Haven't Been There for the Longest Time", "Uptown Girl"

 The Carpenters
     "This Masquerade", "Rainy Days and Mondays", "For All We Know", "Close to You", "Top of the World"

 Todd Rundgren ... "I Saw The Light", "Hello, It's Me", "Sounds of the Studio"

 John Sebastian's "Darling Be Home Soon"
     Versions by Joe Cocker, Slade. The 1972 Slade live version is a classic WWRH moment.

 Black Sabbath w/Tony Iommi "No Stranger to Love" (1986)

 From the Miami Vice Episode "Calderon's Demise"
     Russ Ballard's "Voices" (at the beginning)
     Tina Turner's "What's Love Got To Do With It?" (over end credits without interruption or voiceover)

 The Pretenders
     Windows of the World (from soundtrack of film "1969") .... YouTube Video

 The Mamas and The Papas
     "California Dreamin", "Monday, Monday", "Words of Love", "I Call Your Name", "Dancin In The Street",
     "Dedicated to the One I Love", "Go Where You Want To Go", "Creeque Alley", "I Saw Her Again",
     "Twelve Thirty (Young Girls are Coming to the Canyon)", "Once I Thought"

 Elton John
     "Funeral for a Friend/Love Lies Bleeding", "Tiny Dancer", "Your Song", "Candle in the Wind (1973, 1997)",
     "Don't Let the Sun Go Down on Me", "Bennie and The Jets", "Rocket Man", "Daniel"
     "Saturday Night's All Right For Fightin", "Can You Feel The Love Tonight?"

If a lot of you think that it is just about "Waterloo", "Mamma Mia" and "Dancing Queen", then you are definitely on the extreme outside!!!
Come on in and take a much closer look.

Wikipedia Entry !!!!              The Official "Abba-Site" !!!!

The principals »»   Agnetha Fältskog    Björn Ulvaeus    Benny Andersson    Anni-Frid Lyngstad "Frida"

Recommended "First Listen" »»   Abba - The Definitive Collection

A B B A - W O R L D !!!!
Interactive museum endorsed by the four ABBA principals.

     Noteworthy Songs

     "Waterloo", "Ring Ring", "Mamma Mia", "S.O.S.", "Dancing Queen", "That's Me", "Knowing Me, Knowing You"
     "Fernando", "Money, Money, Money", "The Name of The Game", "Chiquitita", "Take a Chance on Me"

     "Gimme, Gimme, Gimme (A Man After Midnight)", "Voulez-Vouz", "Summer Night City", "Does Your Mother Know?",
     "One of Us", "I Have A Dream",  "Super Trouper", "Happy New Year",  "The Visitors (Crackin Up)",
     "Head Over Heals", "Eagle", "The Way Old Friends Do".

     "I'm A Marionette", "I Let The Music Speak", "Move On", "When I Kissed The Teacher", "Me and I",
     "Two For The Price of One", "Our Last Summer", "Lay All Your Love on Me", "The Piper"

     Selected videos from the ABBA Vevo Channel on YouTube

        "One Man, One Woman"

        "The Day Before You Came"    "Under Attack"
        Read about Abba's 1982 status before watching these videos of "Day" and (especially) "Attack"

        "The Winner Takes It All"   "When All Is Said and Done"   "Thank You For the Music"

Other YouTube Videos
Song titles in Blue color link to YouTube videos, which open in a new window or tab.

"Gimme, Gimme, Gimme (A Man after Midnight)" Live-Wembley, 1979      "People Need Love"      "I Have A Dream"

Agnetha Fältskog ::    "What Now, My Love?"   (YouTube Video) from her triumphant 2004 solo CD, "My Colouring Book"

Fittingly, Agnetha has the "last say" in this section. The "What Now" lyrics are something of a paradox, as all of us do care.

Also on "My Colouring Book"
"When You Walk In the Room", "Sealed With A Kiss", "Fly Me To The Moon", "Past, Present and Future", "A Fool Am I" and the title track.

The Moody Blues
"Facing piles of trials with smiles, they'd play miles and miles of 'Mello' magnetic files."
         Justin Hayward
           "Question", "Gypsy", "Never Comes the Day", "The Story in Your Eyes", "King and Queen",
           "Nights in White Satin", "The Actor", "What Am I Doing Here?", "Dawning is the Day"

           "Watching and Waiting" - jointly with Ray Thomas
           "You and Me" - jointly with Graeme Edge

           "Your Wildest Dreams" -- YouTube Video

           "Forever Autumn" - vocal contribution to Jeff Wayne's "War of the Worlds" (1978) --- YouTube Video

           "Island" - bonus track on 2007 SACD re-release of "Seventh Sojourn"

         John Lodge
           "Send Me No Wine", "Ride My See-Saw", "Isn't Life Strange", "Eyes of A Child",
           "Minstrel's Song", "I'm Just a Singer in a RocknRoll Band"

         Ray Thomas
           "Floating", "Nice to be Here", "Dear Diary", "The Tide Rushes In", "Legend of a Mind",
           "For My Lady", plus the trio of "Painted Smile/Reflective Smile/Veteran Cosmic Rocker"

           VIDEO:  Reflective Smile / Veteran Cosmic Rocker

         Mike Pinder
           "Lost in a Lost World", "When You're a Free Man", "OM", "Thinking is the Best Way to Travel"
           "Have You Heard/The Voyage", "Out and In", "Melancholy Man"

           "Melancholy Man" -- full version track (2017)
           "Mike's Number One" (There's Gonna Be A Happening) -- bonus track, 2007 SACD "Question of Balance" re-release
           "One Step into the Light" -- Mike's last contribution, from the "Octave" album.

           Official Mike Pinder Web-Site

         Graeme Edge
           "Late Lament", "The Word", "Beyond", "The Dream", "After You Came",
           "The Balance", "Don't You Feel Small"
           ALSO ... "Lost in Space", "The Tunnel" and "Shotgun (Ridin' Shotgun on the 4.42)"
                    from Edge's 1975 album "Kick Off Your Muddy Boots", featuring Adrian Gurvitz

Some Classic Classicals
This list will definitely grow!!
     Alan Hovhaness -- "Prayer of St. Greogory", "Vishnu Symphony 19, Opus 217"

     Gustav Holst -- "The Planets", particularly Mars and Jupiter

     Rimsky-Korsakov's "Russian Easter Festival"

     Rachmaninoff -- "Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini (18th Variation)" -- Heard in movie, "Somewhere In Time".

     Handel -- "Hallelujah Chorus" (Messiah)

     Jean Sibelius -- "Finlandia"

     Aaron Copland -- "Hoedown from Rodeo", "Fanfare for the Common Man"

Van Cliburn: 1934 - 2013
You Tube Videos -- Includes people and events related to him

     1958: Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto No. 1, B-flat minor (complete)

     1958: RACHMANINOV 3d Piano Concerto, D-minor ... 1 of 5   2 of 5   3 of 5   4 of 5   5 of 5

     The Van Cliburn Competition - 50 Years of Gold ... With comments from Cliburn and many of its winners.

     The Van Cliburn Collection ... Christie's Premiere Auctioneers interviews Cliburn about certain items up for sale (2012)

     The Russians Conquered My Heart - Cliburn reflects on his career ... PBS NewsHour

     Van Cliburn: 1934-2013 ... CBS News


        Interviews and Happenings At 2001 Van Cliburn Competition

        2001 Cliburn Final - Rachmaninov Concerto No 3

        Olga's Journey ... How her career goes beyond 2001 (may have 3rd party ads)


        Interviews and Happenings At 2001 Van Cliburn Competition

        2001 Cliburn Final - Tchaikovsky piano concerto No.1

Let's Get Jazz, Man!

     1959 - The Year That Changed Jazz (YouTube Video)

     One hour BBC-TV special about four landmark albums released in 1959 -- Dave Brubeck's "Time Out", Miles Davis' "Kind of Blue",
     Charles Mingus' "Mingus Ah Um" and Ornette Coleman's "The Shape of Jazz to Come".

     UPDATE: April 28th, 2015 -- My "journey of discovery" thru many of the classic albums listened to (so far)

     »» Miles Davis - "Kind Of Blue"

     »» Charles Mingus - "Mingus Ah Um", "Mingus Dynasty"

        ALSO: The DVD Video "Triumph of The Underdog"

     »» Dave Brubeck - "Time Out", "Time Further Out" and "The Quartet Live at Carnegie Hall"

     »» Ornette Coleman -- "The Shape of Jazz to Come", "This is Our Music"


     Individual Tracks -- List will grow over time

     »» Vince Guaraldi -- "Cast Your Fate To Wind", "Linus and Lucy (Peanuts Theme)"

     »» Ramsey Lewis Trio's interpretation of "The 'In' Crowd" (45 rpm version)

Mixture of Items - 1
 Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon album

 Ken Burns' "The Civil War" and "Baseball" {TV Series and accompanying soundtracks}

 The Long Riders {1980 film} soundtrack
     "The Long Riders", "I'm A Good Old Rebel", "Seneca Square Dance", "Rally Round The Flag"
     "Wildwood Boys", "My Grandfather", "Cole Younger Polka", "Jesse James"

 Wendy Carlos' "Clockwork Orange" Complete Score  Wendy Carlos.Com

 NFL Films Soundtracks
 "The Power and the Glory" (1998) :: "Autumn Thunder - 40 yrs of NFL Music" (2004)

  "The Pony Soldiers", "More Than A Game", "Up She Rises", "The Westerner", "Round Up"

  "The Magnificent Eleven" (Power and Glory version)

  "The Championship Chase" (1974), "The Raiders", "Big Game America", "Touchdown Jubilee", "Cossacks Charge (Path to the Title)"

  "Thunder and Lightning"   Uses of "Thunder" - 1967: "They Call It Pro Football (Lair of the Linemen)"
                                                1983: "Super Bowl 17, Hog Day Heaven (John Riggins 43-yard TD run)"

  Jack Trombey's "Horizontal Hold" CBS NFL Today-1970s

  Keith Mansfield ...   "Panorama" Various NFL Highlights, ABC Sports Golf Coverage |  "Pop Trumpets" | "Agressive Jazz Theme"

  John Scott ...  "Grand Scale"  |  "Today's Achievements"

Sci-Fi Soundtracks
     "Outer Limits" (1963)
     "Lost in Space" (1960's)
     "The Time Tunnel" (1966)

     "Star Trek" original movies I - II - IV - VIII (1979, 1982, 1986, 1996)
     "Forbidden Planet" (1956)
     "Day the Earth Stood Still"  (1951)

     "Planet of the Apes" (1968)
     Opening from "Escape from the Planet of the Apes" (1971) .... YouTube Video
     "Star Wars" (1977)

James Bond Themes
     Goldfinger : Diamonds are Forever : You Only Live Twice : Let and Live Die : The Living Daylights

     We Have All the Time in the World (Louis Armstrong, "On Her Majesty's Secret Service") : A View to a Kill

     Man with the Golden Gun : Nobody Does It Better (Carly Simon, "The Spy Who Loved Me") : License to Kill

     The Look of Love (Dusty Springfield, "Casino Royale" - 1967) : Moonraker (End Credits Version)

     Thunderball : For Your Eyes Only : All Time High ("Octopussy") : Mr. Kiss Kiss Bang Bang (Shirley Bassey)

Various Artists - 2
 Jefferson Airplane

     "Let's Get Together" ... from 1966 album "Takes Off" (YouTube Video)

     "3/5 of a Mile in 10 Seconds" ... from 1967 album "Surrealistic Pillow" (YouTube Video)

     "J.P.P. McStep B. Blues" ... from CD reissue of 1967 album "Surrealistic Pillow" (YouTube Video)

     "Blues from an Airplane", "It's No Secret", "Runnin' 'Round this World", "Volunteers"
     "Somebody to Love", "Today", "White Rabbit", "Embryonic Journey", "You Are My Best Friend"

     "Plastic Fantastic Lover", "Lather", "Crown of Creation", "Martha", "Come Up the Years"
     "Go to Her" (Signe Toly Anderson and Grace Slick versions)

 Allman Brothers Band
     "You Don't Love Me", "Statesboro Blues", "Midnight Rider", "Ramblin Man"
     "Jessica", "Pony Boy", "In Memory of Elizabeth Reed", "Blue Sky", "Revival"

 Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young
     "Woodstock", "Suite: Judy Blue Eyes"
     "Deja Vu", "Marakesh Express", "Wooden Ships", "Love The One Your With", "Teach Your Children",
     "Ohio", "Find The Cost of Freedom", "Our House", "Helplessly Hoping"

 Eric Clapton
     "After Midnight", "I Shot the Sheriff", "Wonderful Tonight", "Tears in Heaven", "Crossroads"
     "Let It Rain", "Blues Power", "Layla", "Bell Bottom Blues", "Easy Now", "Slunky", "Badge"

     "Presence of the Lord", "Sunshine of Your Love", "Strange Brew", "Anyone for Tennis"
     "Lay Down Sally", "Tales of Brave Ulysses", "White Room", "Why Does Love Got to be So Sad"

 The Who
     "Listening to You" ... 1969 and 1975 versions
     "I Can't Explain", "My Generation", "Happy Jack", "Won't Get Fooled Again", "Who Are You?"
     "Squeeze Box", "Pinball Wizard" (original-1969, Elton John-1975), "Acid Queen" (Tina Turner-1975)
     "Baba O'Riley", "Won't Get Fooled Again", "My Wife", "The Song Is Over", "Behind Blue Eyes"
     "Who Are You?", "Water"

 Three Dog Night
     "One", "Just an Old Fashioned Love Song", "Tenderness", "Liar", "Never Been to Spain"
     "Joy to the World", "Easy to be Hard", "Eli's Coming", "Mama Told Me Not to Come"     Joy to the World (Inside You) || Easy to be Hard (Inside You) || Eli's Coming (Inside You) || Mama Told Me Not to Come (Inside You)

 Grand Funk Railroad
     "I'm Your Captain/Closer to Home"
     "I Can Feel Him in the Morning", "Feelin' Alright", "Gimme Shelter", "Some Kind of Wonderful"
     "Foot Stompin' Music" (Does Everybody Want To?)

     "X Offender", "Little Girl Lies", "In the Flesh", "In the Sun", "Rip Her to Shreds"
     "Attack of the Giant Ants", "Call Me", "Heart of Glass", "One Way or Another"

     "Sunday Girl", "Touched By Your Presence Dear", "The Tide is High", "Atomic"
     "Rapture", "Here's Looking At You"

 Tanya Tucker
     "Strong Enough To Bend", "Walking Shoes Tonight", "Two Sparrows in a Hurricane", "Delta Dawn",
     "Love Me Like You Used To", "Daddy and Me", "It's A Little Too Late (To Do The Right Thing Now)"

     "He's Got The Whole World in His Hand" (YouTube Video) ... A little loud, turn down volume.

The Kabalas
 1990's cult group that performed songs with Jewish and Eastern European elements mixed into them. Wal Mart Suxx

 ALBUMS: Martinis & Bagels  The Eye of Zohar  Time Tunnel   Kabalas News Article (1998)

 Among My Favorite "K's" -- "Planet of the Apes Polka"  "Bunzuvstiel Polka"  "Underdog"  "Death Takes An Ibuprofen"
                            "Wall Martt Polkaa"  "Mr. Right"  "Hey! Lordy Mambo!"  "The Golem"  "Traci Lords Polka"

                            "The Eye of Zohar"  "Time Tunnel"  "Attack of the Giant Ants"  "Comfort Me With Apples"
                            "Aunt Rachel does the Cha-Cha-Cha at Cousin Ira's Bar Mitzvah"  "Do It on Your Own Time"
                            "Medley of the Dybbuk and Hell's Bells"  "Erev Ba"  "Tanz Medley"

Mixture of Items - 2
 YTV = YouTube Video  (each opens in new window/tab)

 Reunion -- Life is a Rock, But The Radio Rolled Me  YTV

 "Hair" - The Cowsills           | "Classical Gas" - Mason Williams         | "Angel of the Morning" - Merilee Rush

 "Is This Love?" - Bob Marley    | "Love Is Blue" -- Paul Mauriat     YTV   | "Me and Bobby McGee" - Janis Joplin

 "Danny's Song" - Anne Murray    | "Sultans of Swing" - Dire Straights      | "Here Comes the Sun" - Ritchie Havens

 "Shaft" - Issac Hayes           | "Stand by Me" - Ben E. King              | "Montego Bay" - Bobby Bloom  YTV

 "Joy" - Apollo 100   YTV        | "Ode to Billy Joe" - Bobbie Gentry       | "Sixteen Tons" - Tennessee Ernie Ford

 "The Weight" - The Band         | "Polk Salad Annie" - Tony Joe White      | "In The Year 2525" - Zaeger and Evans

 "Fire and Rain" -- James Taylor | "LaGrange" -- ZZ Top                     | "Signs" -- 5 Man Electrical Band

 "That Lovin Feelin", "Unchained Melody" -- The Righteous Brothers          |  "Once You Understand" - Think   YTV

 "House of the Rising Sun" -- The Animals, Frijid Pink   ||  "My Favorite Things" -- Julie Andrews,  Lorrie Morgan - YTV

 Sylvester - "You Make Me Feel Mighty Real"

 Charles Lloyd -- "The TM Song"
 "In the AM ... and the PM ... aaahhhh Jeh Guru Dev Om" (now, just HOW did that one slip in?)

Various Artists - 3
 YTV = YouTube Video  (each opens in new window/tab)

 Cher ... "Gypsies, Tramps and Thieves"  YTV

 The Ventures ... "Hawaii 5-0", "Walk, Don't Run"

 Dr. Hook and the Medicine Show ... "Sylvia's Mother", "On The Cover of the Rolling Stone"

 David Bowie ... "Changes", "Starman", "Golden Years", "Fame", "Cat People (See These Eyes)"  YTV

 Harry Chapin ... "Taxi", "W.O.L.D.", "Cats in the Cradle"

 The Zombies ... "She's Not There", "Time of the Season"

 Manfred Mann ... "Doo Wah Diddy", "Blinded by The Light"

 Gerry And The Pacemakers ... "Ferry Cross The Mersey", "It's Gonna Be All Right"

 Spencer Davis Group ... "I'm A Man", "Gimme Some Lovin'"

 Badfinger ... "Come And Get It", "Day After Day", "Baby Blue", "Maybe Tomorrow", "Without You"

  Weird Al Yankovic
     "My Bolongna", "I Lost on Jeopardy", "Fat", "Eat It", "Like a Surgeon", "Amish Paradise"

  The Ernie Kovacs Record Collection
     "Oriental Blues" (Ernie's Tune), "Solfeggio" (Song of the Nairobi Trio), "Hot Cakes and Sausage"
     "Saxophobia", "Jalousie/Sentimental Journey", "African Echoes", "Lt. Kije" (Kije's Wedding)

Peggy March
Famous in the U.S.A. for the 1963 song "I Will Follow Him", which she recorded when just 15 years of age. The song hit Billboard's #1 position in January 1963,
making her the youngest-ever female singer to do this, a distinction she still holds today. When success did not follow after "Follow Him", Miss March then moved
to Germany in the mid-1960s, where she would have a most satisfying career with a string of hits in that nation's mother tongue, and she remains a popular
performer over there to this day. She has been living in the USA since the 1980's, and still continues to record music, as well as to do live concerts.
   March Linx

Wikipedia Biography        Her Official Web-Site        Her Facebook Page

An Informative and Enjoyable 2005 Interview Article

               You Tube Video Links -- Blue Underlined Text

               "I Will Follow Him" -- 50th Anniversary Edition (2013)   A Live Version, 2002

               "In Another Time and Place" (2010, New Song)

               Brief Snippet of Peggy singing "Bandstand" at the Surf Club Ballroom in Clear Lake Iowa - February 2011

               "Es Ist Schwer Dich Zu Vergessen (It is hard to forget you) (1972) -  Lyrics (Click Here)

               "Mit 17 hat man noch Träume (At 17, You Still Have Dreams)" .... June 12, 1965

               "In Der Carnaby Street" ... "In Carnaby Street" (1969)

               "Memories of Heidelberg" (1967) ... GERMAN MUSIC VIDEO -- 1987

               "Romeo und Julia" ... (1967)

               "Hey, Das Ist Musik Für Dich - Hey, this is music for you!" (1969)

               "ABANDA" / "LIEBEN IST SCHOENER ALS TRAEUMEN" ... Live performance on the Max Greger Show (1971)

               "Ich weiß ich verlieb mich noch heute in dich" ... (1972) -- German TV "9"
                "I know I'm fallin 'in love with you today"

               "Die Maschen der Männer"
                   1 ... Original Recording, 1970
                   2 ... Partial Video, 1970

               "Einmal Verliebt—Immer Verliebt" (Once in Love, Always In Love)
                   1 ... Original Recording, 1970
                   2 ... Live on the Max Greger Show (German TV), 1970
                   3 ... On construction site of Munich Olympic Stadium - partial video, 1971

               "So Many Ways" ... In English, from her German album "Mein Lied für Peggy" (1970)

               German Hits Medley - 2008

Max Greger
Big Band Artist from Germany

   You Tube Video Links -- Blue Underlined Text

   "Medley: Trumpet Blues, Sentimental Journey, In The Mood" (1970s)

   "Medley: Amorada -- One Note Samba -- Tequila" (1970s)

   "Medley: Azzurro -- Griechischer Wein -- Viva España" (1970s)

   "Marianka" (Polka Record)

   "nah neh nah neh"

   "Eine Reise ins Glück" (2001)

   "Glen Miller Medley" (studio)

   "Edelweis" (1996)

   "Hello Dolly" (with Louis Armstrong, 1965)

   "The Mosquito"

Mixture of Items - 3
 "Television's Greatest Hits" CD Series
     Collection of TV show themes. Be warned though. Some of the songs taken from the original LP records were
     shortened for the CD versions. A campaign should be initiated for a reworked re-release of the CD series
     with all songs offered at full length.

 Hanna-Barbera's "Pik-A-Nik Basket"
     Classic cartoon themes and underscores
     "Yogi Bear", "Huckleberry Hound", "Magilla Gorilla", "Top Cat", "The Flintstones"
     "The Jetsons", "Quick Draw McGraw", "Johnny Quest", "Space Ghost"

     While a joy to listen to, "Pik-A-Nik" is a little incomplete, as it is missing some 1950's material
     as well as themes and underscores from the adventure shows of the late 1960s.

 "Side by Side by Sondheim" (1976)
     "Comedy Tonight/Love Is In the Air", "Company/Another 100 People", "Not Getting Married Today"
     "You Could Drive a Person Crazy", "Can That Boy Foxtrot", "I Never Do Anything Twice",
     "A Boy Like That", "Send in the Clowns", "Side by Side by Side"

 Very Best of Bert Kaempfert
     "Swingin Safari", "That Happy Feeling", "Strangers In The Night"
     "Danke Schön", "Afrikaan Beat", "Tenderly", "Wonderland by Night", "Red Roses for a Blue Lady"

     Official Bert Kaempfert Site (English)          Kaempfert's Wikipedia Entry

 "Treasury of the West", Volumes 1 and 2
     Frankie Laine ......... "Rawhide", "Mule Train"
     Marty Robbins ......... "El Paso", "Big Iron", "The Hangin' Tree"
     Hugh Montenegro ....... "The Good, The Bad and The Ugly", "For a Few Dollars More"
     Tex Ritter ............ "High Noon (Do Not Forsake Me)"
     Gene Pitney ........... "The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance"
     Gene Autry ............ "Buttons and Bows"
     Hugh O' Brian ......... "Wyatt Earp"
     Johnny Western ........ "Have Gun, Will Travel - The Ballad of Paladin"
     Johnny Cash ........... "Ghost Riders", "The Rebel - Johnny Yuma"
     Al Cariola ............ "The Magnificent Seven"
     ABC Orchestra ......... "The Rifleman"
     David Rose ............ "Bonanza"

  PLEASE HELP ME ID THIS MUSIC »»»    Click-on here for MP3 Recording of Music I Want Identified
                                           If link doesn't work the first time, just click on it again.

 Perhaps someone out there knows the title, artist and source of a piece of music I heard on the March 1997 Academy
 Awards (aka Oscars) presentation, as background music for the "In Memoriam" segment  (introduced by actress Angela
 Bassett) that salutes deceased stars and contributors. The last portion of this music is also heard at the end of
 NBC's Sept 26 1999 Ryder Cup telecast.

 An MP3 recording of the afore-mentioned "In Memoriam" segment (music only) is available for downloading just by
 clicking on the "MP3 Recording of Music" link above. While the music plays, you'll hear intermittent applause as
 the audience pays respect to the various deceased personalities.

 Again, if you recognize the music and know the source, please ID that source, along with the song's title and the
 artist(s) who composed and/or performed it. Click-on the "Do You Have Any Opinions" link located just below.

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