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Barbara Streisand at first refused to promote "On A Clear Day You Can See Forever". Produced with background music and sound effects in the style of old time radio, Hollywood Stories with Stephen Schochet is a new syndicated one minute program on the TalkStar Radio Network heard throughout the USA and Canada: *******www.hollywoodstories****/radioshow.htm Stephen Schochet is the author and narrator of the audiobooks "Fascinating Walt Disney" and "Tales Of Hollywood". GREAT GIFTS!! Available at Apple iTunes, Amazon, Barnes and Noble Stores or toll free twenty four hours at 1-800-431-1579. "So many of our listeners have told me that when they needed gifts your Hollywood and Disney CDs have really helped them out" -- Tron Simpson, Morning Host KCMN Radio, Colorado Springs For more information go to *******www.hollywoodstories****.
20 Jun 2008
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*******www.CNYAgent**** – Contact Bob McTague at 315-882-6610 – 7153 Yellow Birch Circle, Jamesville, NY – Welcome Home! On a clear day you can see forever. Incredible custom built home on a secluded scenic 5 acres, yet minutes away from I81 and 690. Surrounded by nature, hike on private trails, pick your own fresh berries and herbs, relax with a colony of hummingbirds, view Oneida Lake and city lights. This home sits on top of a hill with an open floor plan and with walls of windows bringing nature to you. Built with chemically free materials for allergy prone people. This home is heated by in-floor-radiant hot water heat with multi-zones. A gourmet kitchen with top of the line everything. Additional 3 acres for sale.
4 Aug 2011
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*******www.CNYAgent**** – Contact Bob McTague at 315-882-6610 – 7153 Yellow Birch Circle, Jamesville, NY – Welcome Home! On a clear day you can see forever. Incredible custom built home on a secluded scenic 5 acres, yet minutes away from I81 and 690. Surrounded by nature, hike on private trails, pick your own fresh berries and herbs, relax with a colony of hummingbirds, view Oneida Lake and city lights. This home sits on top of a hill with an open floor plan and with walls of windows bringing nature to you. Built with chemically free materials for allergy prone people. This home is heated by in-floor-radiant hot water heat with multi-zones. A gourmet kitchen with top of the line everything. Additional 3 acres for sale.
20 Aug 2011
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1967 (Shirley Bassey recorded this Fun Uplifting Country song many years ago...It's a great cover of the song Eddy Arnold had a hit with in the 1966, and it's one of the very few country songs Shirley has ever recorded. Country fans - Those of you who know of Shirley, will also know that she is not a country singer, but this is a fun song, and Shirley did a great job with it. Anyone giving this a full listen, I believe, will enjoy it.) ABOUT this song by Eddy Arnold: "Somebody Like Me" is a 1966 single by Eddy Arnold. "Somebody Like Me" was a number one country song spending four weeks at the top spot and a total of eighteen weeks on the chart. ABOUT the writer, Wayne Carson Thompson: Carson wanted to pick up a guitar when he was about 14, after hearing a recording by Merle Travis. Even so, he was quickly taken by the newer sound of rock 'n' roll. He lived in several cities, including Denver, as a young man leading bands; and moved to Nashville, Tennessee in 1962. He eventually came back to Springfield where he began working with music publisher and promoter Si Siman. Together they pitched songs for years, but without success until Siman's friend and producer Chet Atkins took a liking to a tune called "Somebody Like Me" and wanted to have Eddy Arnold record it. Carson was taken aback when he got a call from Arnold, one of the most successful country acts of all time. "Eddy said, 'Wayne, I love the song, but it needs another verse'," Carson recalled. "So I said, 'Well, the third verse goes like this' and I just wrote it right there over the phone." The song became his first number one hit in late 1966, and spent four weeks on top of the country charts. ABOUT the LP, 'And We Were Lovers' And We Were Lovers is a 1967 album by Shirley Bassey. It didn't chart, and reflected the beginning of something of a cold streak for Bassey in terms of record sales. From 1961 to 1965 Bassey had five albums enter the top 15 of the UK Albums Chart. 1966's I've Got a Song for You spent only one week on the UK chart, and from there until 1970, Bassey would have only two albums enter the charts, one of those a compilation. Bassey was stuck in a style that had brought her great success, but was pehaps becoming a bit stale (to be sure, it was the formula that was becoming dated, not Bassey's impressive interpretations). And We Were Lovers reflects the formula, a traditional pop mix of show tunes and popular songs. The album is especially notable as the first appearance by her of Big Spender, and the single that was issued hit #21 on the charts. And We Were Lovers was recorded in America and in England. The American release replaced "On a Clear Day You Can See Forever" with "Walking Happy", which was not available in the UK until the release of a compilation album The Shirley Bassey Collection II in the mid 1970's. A different version of "Big Spender", produced by Kenneth Hume and arranged by Marty Paich, also appeared only on the US issue. These two recordings are included as bonus tracks on a 2005 BGO Records release that has a remastered And We Were Lovers and I've Got a Song for You on a single CD in stereo. LYRICS: Your baby loves you now so don't make him blue now You'd better start bein' true now I'm telling you why Because if you break his heart somebody's gonna come along And she'll steal him away from you somebody like me Let me tell you friend I'm not botherin' But I think it's such a sin if you don't treat him right Because if you break his heart... somebody's gonna come along And she'll steal her away from you somebody like me He wants to be held tight now each and every night now You'd better treat him right now I'm telling you why Because if you break his heart... somebody's gonna come along And she'll steal him away from you somebody like me I hope you listen to now each word that I've told you now These things you'd better do now each and every night Because if you break his heart... somebody's gonna come along And she'll steal him away from you somebody like me We'll steal him away somebody like me... somebody like me... Will steal her away somebody like me Many thanks to the Shirley Bassey Blog, and all those who have contributed wonderful pictures of Shirley, which are used in this clip
16 Jan 2012
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