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Diggers Of The ANZAC by John Williamson
Please see below for a poetic description by Sue Marcuslee (My Pen-name) Hearts of Valour...Assembling at Gallipoli, Hearts of Valour...Dreaming of a glorious victory. Hearts of Valour...Devoid of dread and fear, Hearts of Valour...The ANZAC of the Southern Hemisphere. Hearts of Valour...Advancing beneath the burning sun, Hearts of Valour...Armed with rifle, bayonet and gun. Hearts of Valour...Obeying the order Attack, Attack , Hearts of Valour...With no thoughts of turning back. Hearts of Valour...Falling, dying or clinically dead, Hearts of Valour..Still advancing where angels fear to tread. Hearts of Valour...Who lost the battle but won a victory, Hearts of Valour...By helping create, freedom for you and me. Hearts of Valour...Ascending to a peaceful heavenly life, Hearts of Valour...The fallen heroes of mother, father or wife. Hearts of Valour...Who died alone in incredible pain, Hearts of Valour...Sacrificing their lives but not in vain. Hearts of Valour...Should be remembered on April 25th each year, Hearts of Valour...Deserve our utmost respect and a quiet tear. Hearts of Valour...We will leave a wreath of poppies for you, Hearts of Valour...Who gave so much, for so few. ©Published by Poetry Now in the anthology: Central England 2001 Author: Suzanne Marcuslee ISBN: 0754325229 Published: 31 January 2001
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Dawn Run By Foster & Allen
The racehorse Dawn Run (Deep Run - Twilight Slave) was the most successful racemare in the history of National Hunt racing. She won the Champion Hurdle at the Cheltenham racing festival in 1984 and the Cheltenham Gold Cup over fences at the festival in 1986. Dawn Run was the only racehorse ever to have completed the Champion Hurdle - Gold Cup double. She was one of only two mares who have managed to win the Champion Hurdle, and of only four who have won the Cheltenham Gold Cup. She was also the only horse ever to complete the English, Irish and French Champion Hurdle treble.
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Old Farts in Caravan Parks by John Williamson
Beware of the old chucks out on the road this summer.....
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The Jacqueline Waltz by Foster & Allen
Please take the floor for a good old fashioned waltz
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The Golden Years By Foster & Allen
Never Too Old For Love!!!!!
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Nothing Ever Changes by Ali Campbell
The UB40 Front Man At His Finest
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A Little On The Lonely Side by Frankie Carle (c1945)
Frankie Carle (March 25, 1903 - March 7, 2001) was an American pianist and bandleader. A very popular bandleader in the 1940s and 1950s, nicknamed "The Wizard of the Keyboard", Carle started out working with a number of mainstream dance bands. He received attention when he joined Horace Heidt's band, later becoming co-leader of the band. He left Heidt's band in 1944 to form his own. His daughter, Marjorie Hughes, was the lead female singer. Carle had several million-sellers in the 1940s and early 1950s, including his theme song, "Sunrise Serenade", and "Oh! What It Seemed To Be". He broke up his band after 1955 and he performed mainly as a soloist thereafter. Carle died in Mesa, Arizona in 2001.
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Somewhere My Love by Foster & Allen
Another Piece of Magic from old Ireland
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Cincinatti Dancing Pig by Red Foley c1950
Clyde Julian Foley (June 17, 1910 - September 19, 1968), better known as Red Foley, was an American singer and musician who made a major contribution to the growth of country music after World War II. For more than two decades, Red Foley was one of the biggest stars of the genre, selling more than 25 million records. His 1951 hit, "Peace in the Valley," was the first million-selling gospel record. A Grand Ole Opry veteran, he also hosted the first popular country music series on network television, Ozark Jubilee. He is a member of the Country Music Hall of Fame, which called him "one of the most versatile and moving performers of all time" and "a giant influence during the formative years of contemporary Country music."
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Dance With My Father Again (Reggae Version) by Don Campbell
From My Father's Grave - A Memorial Day Meditation I'm writing this from my father's grave site. When I visit here, I come alone. It's always an intensely personal moment of silent communion, beholding the patch of grass and soil where your parent was laid to rest. My father, Frank, was buried at Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery over 44-years ago after a tour in Vietnam. He died at Wilford Hall Hospital on February 17, 1965. He flew B-17s in World War II and B-47s during the Cold War. I was four-years-old when my father died. The youngest of five children, I can still vividly remember the funeral, the flag-draped casket, the 21-gun salute and the bugler blowing Taps at the cemetery while my mother cried. Since that day, my mother, Katherine, sisters Kathy, Rosemary and Beth and my brother Greg have visited this spot countless times. Like my father, my brother Greg felt the lure of the skies and became an Air Force pilot. I think of the times he must have spent here at our father's eternal patch of earth. Certainly, Greg came here on many Memorial Days. He was here shortly after earning his pilot's wings at nearby Randolph Air Force Base in 1972. And knowing Greg, he probably came here when he achieved his dream of becoming a fighter pilot. He couldn't pick up the phone and call our dad. But he could come to the cemetery and talk with him. There's something about being at your father's grave site that helps you feel closer. You feel like he can hear you better. And sometimes you feel as though you can hear him respond. After an October day in 1980, Greg would no longer visit our father's grave site. I don't know when Greg came here for the last time. But I do know that when he did, and every time he did, there was something just over his shoulder that he could not imagine. As Greg stood or knelt at our father's headstone, just twelve grave plots behind him and three rows over was his future, final resting place. Greg was killed on October 22, 1980 at Ellington Field near Houston as he piloted an F-101 fighter jet. Seconds after takeoff, the jet's engines flamed out. Four hundred feet in the air, Greg and his navigator, Jerry, made an instantaneous decision. While reflex and training told them to eject immediately, there was a housing development and schoolyard in the direct flight path of the crippled, sputtering jet. Instead of ejecting and sending the pilotless aircraft on a collision course with the neighborhood below, Greg pulled the jet sharply to the left, into an open field where it crashed, exploded and burned safely away from the houses and school. Greg was 32-years-old and left behind a wife, a four-year-old son and a two-year-old daughter. Two days later, he was buried here at Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery. No one in our family knew or asked that Greg would be buried so close to our father. It just somehow happened that way. Today, when I visit my father's grave site, I look over my shoulder and see my brother's headstone. I walk over to Greg's grave site, so close that I can stand there and read the words inscribed on my father's headstone across the cemetery. Sometimes I can see a vision of my brother standing at my father's grave. I want to tap him on the shoulder and talk with him about the irony of the father and son pilots buried so close together. But just then, I realize that he already knows this. And I wonder, what might be beyond space and time over my own shoulder. By Chris Duel May 24, 2009
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Gentle Annie by Foster & Allen
A Gentle Love Song by The Magic Maestro's.
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The Fleets In Port Again by Alan Breeze
Alan Louis Breeze (9 October 1909 - 15 January 1980) was a singer with the Billy Cotton Band Show. He was born in West Ham, London to father, Louis Breeze, a concert and oratorio singer and a member of the D'Oyly Carte Opera Company and mother Isobel, who taught with the old London County Council. At the beginning of his career, Breeze sang in working men's clubs, restaurants & even theatre queues. He produced some 78 recordings, for example from his later repertoire: "I've Got a Lovely Bunch of Coconuts". He produced recordings at film studios for actors who could not sing. He met the band leader Billy Cotton, who was to change his career forever. Breeze started with Billy Cotton in 1932, without a contract, and stayed for 36 years. He became one of the most popular UK vocalists, on radio, television and in theatres around the UK. His recordings are still occasionally heard on the radio. Breeze died in January 1980.
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Cottage By The Sea by Foster & Allen
Another wonderful melody by the magical pair.
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That Old Black Magic by Billy Eckstine c1950
William Clarence Billy Eckstine (July 8, 1914 - March 8, 1993) was an American singer of ballads and bandleader of the swing era. Eckstine's smooth baritone and distinctive vibrato broke down barriers throughout the 1940s, first as leader of the original bop big-band, then as the first romantic black male in popular music.
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Washington Whirligig by Charlie Barnet (c1942)
Charles Daly Barnet (October 26, 1913 - September 4, 1991) was an American jazz saxophonist, composer, and bandleader. His major recordings were "Skyliner", "Cherokee", "The Wrong Idea", "Scotch and Soda", and "Southland Shuffle". Charlie Barnet was born in New York City. His parents divorced when he was two, and he was raised by his mother and her grandparents. His grandfather was Charles Frederick Daly, a vice-president for the New York Central Railroad, banker, and businessman. [1] Barnet attended various boarding schools, both in the New York and Chicago areas. He learned to play piano and saxophone as a child. He often left school to listen to music and to try to gain work as a musician. [2] Although he began his recording career in October, 1933, Charlie Barnet was at the height of his popularity between 1939 and 1941, a period that began with his hit version of "Cherokee", written by Ray Noble and arranged by Billy May. In 1944, Barnet had another big hit with "Skyliner". In 1947, he started to switch from swing music to bebop. During his swing period his band included Buddy DeFranco, Roy Eldridge, Neal Hefti, Lena Horne, Barney Kessel, Dodo Marmorosa, Oscar Pettiford, and Art House, while later versions of the band included Maynard Ferguson, Doc Severinsen, and Clark Terry. Trumpeter Billy May was an arranger in the Charlie Barnet Orchestra before he joined Glenn Miller in 1940. He was one of the first bandleaders to integrate his band; the year is variously given as 1935 or 1937. He was an outspoken admirer of Count Basie and Duke Ellington. In 1939, Basie once lent Barnet his charts after Barnet's had been destroyed in a fire at the Palomar Hotel in Los Angeles. Throughout his career he was an opponent of syrupy arrangements. In the song "The Wrong Idea", he lampooned the "sweet" Big Band sound of the era. In 1949 he retired, apparently because he had lost interest in music. He was able to retire when he chose because he was one of the few heirs in a very wealthy family. He occasionally returned from retirement for brief tours but never returned to music full time
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Lest We Should Ever Forget
A pictorial and poetic account set to a background of music centred on the man-made disaster of 21/10/1966 that befell Aberfan South Wales and 116 children lost their lives...created by Suzanne Marcuslee (My Pen name)
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Strip Polka by Alvino Rey & His Orchestra c1942
Alvin McBurney (July 1,1907 - February 2, 2004), known by his stage name Alvino Rey, he was an American swing era musician, often credited as the father of the pedal steel guitar. He was mainly associated with orchestral, big band and swing music, and towards the end of his career, jazz and exotica. Alvino played in other bands, including alongside such names as Russ Morgan and Freddie Martin. While playing with Phil Spitalny's orchestra in New York, he changed his name to Alvino Rey in late 1929, to coincide with the Latin music craze in the city. From January 1932 to early 1939 Alvino played steel and Spanish guitar and in Horace Heidt's musical group, Horace Heidt And His Musical Knights, which was also composed of the King Sisters. Here he pioneered the instrument, as well as becoming known for his unique sound. Rey met his wife, Luise King, during his time with the band and they were married in 1937.
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RIP Michael Jackson (The King of Pop Music) 1958 - 2009
Michael Joseph Jackson (August 29, 1958 - June 25, 2009) was an American recording artist, entertainer, and businessman. The seventh child of the Jackson family, he debuted on the professional music scene at the age of 11 as a member of The Jackson 5 and began a solo career in 1971 while still a member of the group. Referred to as the "King of Pop" in subsequent years, five of his solo studio albums have become some of the world's best-selling records: Off the Wall (1979), Thriller (1982), Bad (1987), Dangerous (1991) and HIStory (1995). In the early 1980s, he became a dominant figure in popular music and the first African-American entertainer to amass a strong crossover following on MTV. The popularity of his music videos airing on MTV, such as "Beat It", "Billie Jean" and Thriller—credited for transforming the music video into an art form and a promotional tool—helped bring the relatively new channel to fame. Videos such as "Black or White" and "Scream" made Jackson an enduring staple on MTV in the 1990s. With stage performances and music videos, Jackson popularized a number of physically complicated dance techniques, such as the robot and the moonwalk. His distinctive musical sound and vocal style influenced hip hop, pop and contemporary R&B artists. Michael Jackson donated and raised millions of dollars for beneficial causes through his foundation, charity singles and support of 39 charities. Other aspects of his personal life, including his changing appearance and behavior, generated significant controversy, damaging his public image. The singer experienced health concerns from the early 1990s until his death, as well as conflicting reports regarding the state of his finances. Jackson married twice and fathered three children, all of which caused further controversy. One of the few artists to have been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame twice, his other achievements include multiple Guinness World Records—including one for "Most Successful Entertainer of All Time"—13 Grammy Awards, 13 number one singles in his solo career—more than any other male artist in the Hot 100 era—and the sales of over 750 million albums worldwide. Cited as one of the world's most famous men, Jackson's highly publicized personal life, coupled with his successful career, made him a part of popular culture for almost four decades. On June 25, 2009, he collapsed at his home in Los Angeles. After being taken to the hospital in a coma, Michael Jackson was reportedly pronounced dead.[
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Thirty Years Of Marriage....A Time For Celebration
A tribute to a normal and unassuming couple who never ask for anything except a normal life. They have raised their children to be upright and law abiding citizens of the UK and now is the time for them to be shown some form of appreciation. This video gives a pictorial account of their garden party celebrations on their anniversary and is accompanied by music that is fitting for the occasion by Glady's Knight (Your The Best Thing) & Slim Whitman (Happy Anniversary).
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I Know Your'e Out There Somewhere by The Moody Blues
" Two hands that God hath joined let no man put asunder " unless you happen to live in the UK that is and are subject to outdated Social Security beaurocracy. Two hearts met on the internet....married 06/05/06 forced apart 16/01/08.
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RIP Farrah Fawcett (Actress & Sex Symbol) 1947 - 2009
Farrah Fawcett (February 2, 1947 - June 25, 2009) was an American actress. A multiple Golden Globe and Emmy Award nominee, Farrah Fawcett rose to international fame when she first appeared as private investigator Jill Munroe in the TV series Charlie's Angels in 1976. Farrah Fawcett later appeared off-Broadway to the approval of critics and in highly rated television movies in roles often challenging (The Burning Bed, Nazi Hunter: The Beate Klarsfeld Story, Poor Little Rich Girl: The Barbara Hutton Story, Margaret Bourke-White) and sometimes unsympathetic (Small Sacrifices). Farrah Fawcett was also a pop culture figure whose hairstyle was emulated by millions of young women and whose poster sales broke records, making her an international sex symbol in the 1970s and 1980s. While her impact was particularly strong on the teens of the 1970s (Generation Jones), her appeal spreads over multiple generations. Farrah Fawcett was born Ferrah Leni Fawcett in Corpus Christi, Texas, the younger of two daughters. Her mother, Pauline Alice (née Evans), was a homemaker, and her father, James William Fawcett, was an oil field contractor. She was of French, English and Choctaw Native American ancestry. Farrah Fawcett said that the name "Ferrah" was "made up" by her mother because it went well with her last name. The "e" was later changed to "a", as "Farrah". A Roman Catholic, Farrah Fawcett's early education was at the parish school of the church her family attended, St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church in Corpus Christi. She graduated from W.B. Ray High School in Corpus Christi in 1965. From 19661969, Farrah Fawcett attended the University of Texas at Austin, living one semester in Jester Center, and became a sister of Delta Delta Delta Sorority. She appeared in a photo of the "Ten Most Beautiful Coeds" from the university, which ran in Cashbox magazine. A Hollywood publicist saw the photo, called Farrah and urged her to move to Los Angeles, which she did in 1969, leaving after her junior year with her parents' permission to "try her luck" in Hollywood.
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Rest In Peace Dad & Grandad Baugh
A Fathers Day audio prayer to a loving and caring father and grandad who was taken from his children so tragically in a motorcycle accident in June 2008. Loved and greatly missed by Daniel, Michelle & Katie his children but more so by his grandchildren Jake, Kaycee Mae, DJ and Faye.
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This Could Never Happen To Me....Or Could It?????
A pictorial account of the regretable floods that swept the UK in 2007, showing the devastation caused by blocked drains, poor defences, blocked natural drainage and over zealous building companies use of concrete.
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A Flavour Explosion.....The Future Of Popcorn In The UK!!!
Education Of The Nation.....Are You Ready For The Next Big Food Item To Explode Across The United Kingdom.
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Heaven Sent Friendships....Made To Last
A group of friends on Facebook....who wish to share their friendships and a tribute to a Special Friend.
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What Do You Mean...We Are Not Covered
A video compilation set to a musical background concerning the floods that caused devastation across large areas of the UK during 2007 and the thought that given the impeding climate change as predicted could occur in most homes at some point over the next 50 years. All Furniture can be replaced....but not your memories of special occasions or loved ones!!!!
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Stolen Tears
A video containing poetic verse by Sue Marcuslee ( My Pen-name) with a pictorial back drop, which highlights the demise of the christian values that the World once held in high regard and the feeling of sadness felt by a parent.
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