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Old 05-09-18, 10:51 AM
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RIP ~ John "Jabo" Starks (10/26/1938 - 5/1/2018 age 79
And another era has come and gone. it's fascinating to watch and listen to videos of Jabo and the late Clyde Stubblefield and how they could make a slight change to an established groove, and give a new song its own unique flavor and sound - without sounding contrived.
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Old 05-11-18, 09:28 PM
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Due to colon surgery 11 years ago I have had 12 colonoscopies/endoscopies since then, with number 12 being just this past Monday. If you have ever had a scope, you know the procedure is really nothing - it's the day before, ya all that is brutal!

I have been knocked out sick basically all week; too much anesthesia, I believe for a little extra work; however, feeling better today, I went in search of a tune that I heard over fifty years ago - Feel A Whole Lot Better by The Byrds.

Check out the Tom Petty version and see if this doesn't just sound like a Tom Petty song. The jingly, jangly approach by Roger McGuin, Chris Heliman, Gene Clarke, David Crosby, et.al. is perfect for The Heartbreakers. From an album by The Heartbreakers in 1989.

This was a barometer song for the garage bands around here a half century ago. (Of course, absolutely no one had a 12-sring guitar like McGuin
- let along knew how to play it) As we all like to say when we are feeling it, "Turn it up!"

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Old 05-12-18, 11:01 AM
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Old 05-12-18, 12:22 PM
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Back to back - no less! Boy, does that sound good. And, with go-go girls to boot!

Still funny, these kinds of promos and performances that some of the guys ni teh band and the dancers had on suits and ties. Even on Bandstand.

I know we covered Petty when he passed but there was just something about him that I really enjoyed (other than the countless great tunes). Interesting that most of his friends were first wave rockers like Harrison, Dylan, Orbison, etc. And, he was just that kid down the street that you prayed your son wouldn't hang around with or God forbid, your daughter, date! His tributes were so heart felt - Stevie Nicks and Reba McIntyre proclaimed themselves soulmates with the rocker from Gainsville. Every big name performer noted his passing.

Tom Petty was who many adolescent boys wanted to be 55 years ago...only Tom did it.

Loved him!


Thanks, Chief!

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Old 05-12-18, 01:31 PM
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Due to colon surgery 11 years ago I have had 12 colonoscopies/endoscopies since then, with number 12 being just this past Monday. If you have ever had a scope, you know the procedure is really nothing - it's the day before, ya all that is brutal!

I have been knocked out sick basically all week; too much anesthesia, I believe for a little extra work; however, feeling better today, I went in search of a tune that I heard over fifty years ago - Feel A Whole Lot Better by The Byrds.
Bevo,
The more we post on here, the more I'm convinced that we could be brothers from different mothers.
My family has bequeathed me with a history of colon cancer. so I get to enjoy having a colonoscopy every 5 years. My next scheduled one? This Monday .
Yes, I get to savor every bit of that prep drink beginning Sun. at 5PM -- which of course will kick off the all-night festivities. P A R T Y!!!!
I also had my first (and hopefully last) endoscopy a few months ago -- for the lungs in my case. The exploration was successful in finding nothing and giving me a mild sore throat for my trouble.
Have you ever wondered that, with all the explorations going on inside of you, your insides are sort of like America was a long time ago waiting to be discovered?
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Old 05-12-18, 01:41 PM
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ohiopup,
Your best work yet!!!!
Thank you.
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Old 05-12-18, 03:35 PM
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Monclova - I second that shout out to Ohio Pup.

Monclova - And, in deference to turning this into the "old man's colon channel", do you have a history of colon cancer in your family? We have had a lot and that included ovarian, brain, etc. for the females and others.

Mom and I actually went to a conference at OSU in early April. Out break out session was on Lynch Syndrome - which is what I have. It is a mutated gene. My son just tested positive in April and our daughter tested positive a couple of years ago.

It's a spit test to find out if you carry the gene and can cost as low as $50 (depends on the lab but, often often covered by normal insurance as a wellness benefit). My son's cost $500 - but was covered!

Of course, the children here at 22 and 27 would have preferred that I had left them something else. That's the bad news. The good news is that every year they can be tested and will at the very least, along with their doctors, be aware - while many won't.

Son will joyfully receive his first scope this summer. Heck, my wife (obviously not a blood relative) is getting tested this summer also. She is 54. Anyone want to know about any of this, we are quite well versed? Anyone.

We tell our kids that all of us are going to get something, or be run over by the proverbial bus or beer wagon everyone always mentions. They, on the other hand should live "normal" lives - if they are circumspect about this.

After all of this, I may have to play Tom and The Byrds twice each!! Turn it up louder!!!

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Old 05-12-18, 04:50 PM
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Bevo -- Yes, my mother had colon cancer as well as my half-sister. Several types have run in our family -- especially lung cancer. Of course, my folks lived in coal-mining territory which didn't help. I had a couple whose official cause of death was black lung disease.
As for me, I developed melanoma (under my right thumbnail) in 2010; and had a couple of surgeries. I undergo my (hopefully) final screening in July to make sure no relapse has occurred. I've become an expert on MRI's and CT scans over the years.

I looked up Lynch Syndrome, as I'd never heard of it. I'm so glad that you made your son and daughter and wife aware. Thank goodness they have (and are going to) undergone testing. It's lousy that they will have to go through this regimen, but -- as a veteran of these wars like you -- it sure beats finding out way too late that there's a problem.

When I speak with my son and daughter about my family history and the ailments that I may be passing on to them (COPD, diabetes, cancer), I always tell them "you're welcome".

Yes, ohiopup's Byrds and Petty sound pretty good right now for my 2nd go-round. Stay safe, my friend.
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Old 05-12-18, 04:53 PM
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P.S. I'm still guffawing over "old man's colon channel".
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Old 05-12-18, 05:33 PM
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Went to a few thrift stores today.

Scored some LPs...
among them one I have been in search of for quite sometime.

A Ronco ... Funky Favorites

mint still in plastic wrap 90 cents!!!

A1 ~ Bobby Pickett Monster Mash
A2 ~ The Playmates Beep Beep
A3 ~ Lee Dorsey Ya Ya
A4 ~ The Royal Guardsmen Snoopy Vs. The Red Baron
A5 ~ 1910 Fruitgum Company Simon Says
A6 ~ The Detergents Leader Of The Laundromat
A7 ~ Brian Hyland Itsy Bitsy Teenie Weenie Yellow Polka Dot Bikini
A8 ~ The Coasters Charlie Brown
A9 ~ Chuck Berry My Ding~ a'~ Ling
B1 ~ Alan Sherman Hello Muddah, Hello Faddah!
B2 ~ Larry Groce Junk Food Junkie
B3 ~ Sam The Sham And The Pharaohs Lil' Red Ridin' Hood
B4 ~ Sheb Wooley Purple People Eater
B5 ~ Little Anthony & The Imperials Shimmy Shimmy Ko Ko Bop
B6 ~ The Ohio Express Yummy, Yummy, Yummy
B7 ~ Tom Glazer And The Children's Chorus On Top Of Spaghetti
B8 ~ The Cadillacs Speedo
B9 ~ Jim Stafford Spiders And Snakes

Remember the series with the Gypsy songs...

Brian Hyland "Gypsy Woman"
Here's one of his other hits from this album...




:>---

My Andy Griffith / 'No Time for Sergeants' (1958) moment in the "Corps"

Also had in it Don Knotts...
Nick Adams (would star in the TV series The Rebel)
Will Hutchins (would star in the TV series Sugarfoot)
Jamie Farr (of M*A*S*H fame)

A very funny film...



Remember the story of my little run-in with the Major while waiting for the
base bus.

Well before that ever happened I was late for a formation because the bus
had a mechanical problem.

So I got 'Office Hours' with the CO.
No reduction in rank (I was a PFC at the time) but I did get a $15 fine,
restricted to the Company Barracks for the a week, and extra duty.

Extra duty usually means emptying the trash cans, cleaning the Head,
sweeping the deck, etc...

Well it was Friday...so I did the general stuff then I emptied the
trash cans (metal galvanized 30 gal.). The can that was in the
Squad-Bay that I was assigned to; I scrubbed it out then took it to the
Mess-Hall and steam cleaned it. Then I used some Brasso to polish it.





Brasso is a metal polish designed to remove tarnish from brass, copper, chrome and stainless steel.

When I was finished by Sunday - that galvanized can looked like chrome.

On Sunday, the XO (Executive Officer) was making the rounds and saw the
trash can. He called the CO and told him to come the Company HQ; he had
something he had to see. When the CO got there he couldn’t believe it...

lifted my extra duty and restriction, but not the fine.


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(a future post ... How I got my USMC MOS)

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Old 05-13-18, 12:41 PM
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I rechecked the album cover ; it's a Ronco product not K-tel.

Ronco was a company founded by Ron Popeil ; he had all those TV ads...
The Pocket Fisherman, LPs, and xxxx -O-Matic (where xxxx is any of a number of
kitchen gadgets).

Also on the album...



What is his Ya Ya?

and Allan Sherman's (mentioned earlier in the thread)...


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Old 05-14-18, 06:32 AM
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What is his Ya Ya?

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Not sure, but apparently they get taken out every so often:

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Old 05-14-18, 11:08 AM
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Mine doesn't get out much anymore.

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Old 05-15-18, 10:34 AM
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Royalty...

Count Basie w/Orchestra, and and Tony Bennet




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Old 05-15-18, 05:05 PM
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^^^Tony Bennett is still going strong and performing at age 91. He'll be at the Fraze Pavilion in Kettering on June 21. Tickets priced from $46-$86.

I recommend the "lawn seating" at the Fraze....relax, chill out, spread out on a blanket, have some wine and enjoy some great music under the stars...always a nice evening on a warm Summer night.

Unfortunately, I'm not overly excited about this Summer's lineup at the Fraze...maybe Ringo Starr & His All Star Band or Alison Krause.
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Old 05-15-18, 06:22 PM
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Love Alec Baldwin's imitation of Tony!

I believe Tony's son is his manager/music director. He is one cool, hep cat. "Hey!!"
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Old 05-16-18, 07:16 AM
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Today is Andy Hardy day on TCM. The trials and tribulations of the young adult
in the 1930's. Light entertainment with a few chuckles (*) here and there.

When the film Gidget came out in 1959, the critics thought it would
expand into a new 'Hardy' type series. Sadly only 2 more were made, too
many cast changes with 'Moondoggie' being the only holdover thru the three
Gidget movies.

There were several TV spinoffs.

Gidget spurred me on to make my 1964 trip (via US 66) to the Golden State.

ANDY....



GIDGET...



- - - - -

* not to be confused with



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Old 05-16-18, 09:49 AM
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Wow - watched the trailer! Dug that cool set of bongos.

All of the beach movies of the early 60's, Andy Hardy, Henry Aldrich, The Bowery Boys.

Meek and mild stuff but very funny to a young boy. I was a fan of the Bowery Boys and I actually recall, at about age 6-8, seeing what had to have been their last release at the Star Theater here in Upper San.

My all-time favorites were Stan and Ollie, though. Good characters and from what I have read, good guys who were very good friends.

Recall the big "galoot" guy with the floppy hat and the mermaid he kept seeing? His and her real names? His name in the movie? Mermaid's name was?

Loved Annette - a lot! Rotten Tomatoes has the first of these seven movies (Beach Party) with a very decent grade of 80%
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Old 05-16-18, 10:40 AM
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Bevo, you must be referring to "Beach Blanket Bingo"? The goofy guy with the hat was Jody McRea. I remember the Moondog name, but I don't remember which flick. Don Rickels was Big Drag in one flick running a drag strip. In this one he was Big Drop, running a skydiving business.

The mermaid's name was Lorelei, played by Marta Kristen of "Lost In Space" fame.

I remember seeing BBB on TV around 1968. First time I noticed girls in bathing suits.

A classmate and I were trading comic books in middle school, and somehow I ended with the Gold Key comic book of Beach Blanket Bingo. Wish I still had that. Great storylines, great characters.
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Old 05-16-18, 11:39 AM
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From memory...

James Darren played Moondoggie in the 'Gidget' films.
He also was a lead character in the TV series Time Tunnel.

Two other films I remember him in were The Guns of Navarone
(he gets killed in a fire fight), and The Lively Set where
he is developing a turbine powered race car.

The car in the movie was actually a Chrysler Turbine Car with body
work by the Italian designer 'Ghia'. A Minister in Canton had one for
a year under a special loan/evaluation program. I saw it often.
It was quiet (Woooooossshhhh....).



The Lively Set....
Turbine car #5 painted white / FYI all the actual 'production’ loaned cars
where the same color (Bronze).






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Old 05-16-18, 12:01 PM
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Zunardo - very good! Jody McCrea's character was named "Bone Head".

Harvey Lembeck popped in and out of these flicks.

Annette was not that far removed from her Disney days and let's just say she had "developed" into quite an actress.

Interesting what Hollywood thought teen culture was like.

Didn't Doug McClure have a tv western show?

Also, someone mentioned recently the show "Nichols" and mentioned James Garner as the star. I recall McMillian and Wife, McCloud, Columbo and Richard Boone having a rotating 90 minute mystery/comedy on Sunday night that was actually pretty good in the late 60's, early 70's. I just vaguely remember Nichols - but I do remember it.

We all know that McMillian's wife was a very young and attractive Susan St. James, later married to, I believe, Lorne Michaels, creator of SNL.
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Old 05-16-18, 12:18 PM
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...
Annette was not that far removed from her Disney days and let's just say she had "developed" into quite an actress.

...
Annette was already interesting on the Mickey Mouse Club.
If I remember correctly, Walt had some control over her 'appearance' in
her 'beach' movies.

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Old 05-16-18, 02:02 PM
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Doug McClure's show was "The Virginian", starring James Drury. I've watched it a few times on the FETV and INSP channels. I remember it being on prime time in the 1960's.

The Portsmouth OH post office had a stamp event around 2010, I believe to commemorate a TV/movie western stamp series. They invited James Drury, and also Edward Faulkner, who co-starred in a number of John Wayne flicks. I knew a couple of managers who drove down there and got pictures.

I wish I'd known, would like to have met Faulkner. I always enjoyed the characters he portrayed ("Honest, Mr. McLintock, we wasn't doing nothin'!"). I believe Faulkner grew up just across the river in Kentucky. I'm not sure what connection Drury had with Portsmouth, if any, but they were both walking around in their cowboy hats and pressing the flesh.
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Old 05-16-18, 07:58 PM
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Something from the sample plate tonight?

Shadows by Gordan Lightfoot (a great love song of yearning; very soft and pretty) Probably a more well-known rendition of Gordo's song was done by the pristine musician and singer Allison Krause - beyond beautiful

Someday by Marshall Crenshaw (check him playing on Letterman from '82)

What's So Funny About Peace Love and Understanding Elvis Costello (A great, great raver - check him hosting Letterman and doing this Nick Lowe song)
For a real riot of a performance check out Springsteen doing this tune also with a bunch of other artists - live.

A great soulful, wistful song is Nick of Time by the fabulous Bonnie Raitt. sad and hopeful.

Finally, take a look at Elvis Costello at the White House singing Penny Lane to Paul in his honor (didn't know it but E.C. is another Liverpudian)

Love these tunes!

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Old 05-17-18, 11:02 PM
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Good stuff, guys! I don't remember a lot of the movies, but I did watch the Mickey Mouse Club. Annette definitely stole the show. I met another of the Mouseketeers at a doctor I worked for, Judy. She was nice.
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Old 05-18-18, 07:02 AM
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Meeting a Mousketeer? I would have fallen over. That is cool.

Nice choice of lyrics and lyricists, Bevo! I don't think the whippersnappers today can match those selections. The Marshall Crenshaw vid is interesting. I read somewhere that's his twin brother playing drums?

Elvis Costello - could never figure out where that voice came from. You'd think he'd at least sound a little like Paul McCartney.

Found this classic bit on pop song lyrics:

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Old 05-18-18, 07:54 AM
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The early 60's' mockery of rock (some in good fun) was always present.

A good clip to find is of Dylan singing The Lonesome Death of Hattie Carrol on The Steve Allen Show. Probably from late '62 - early '63.

Seems like I recall an episode of some comedy that had Kay Ballard in it and in the ultimate juxtaposition had The seeds singing Pushin' Too Hard. Whoever the hot young babe was she was dancing her arse off. The rest of this hip cast just with frozen smiles on their faces.

It's worth a look if you can find it - (ohio pup?)

Spring is funny in Ohio. We had four inches of snow in late March here. Prom was two weeks ago, and the next group of genuises (genui?) graduate next Friday.

I commented on this last year, but our current crop of seniors, whence graduating, will be crawling all over town in two weeks working for and sprucing up the city with their summer jobs. I believe the mayor and the various departments hire all comers. Pretty nice. You can't miss them in their fluorescent yellow t-shirts!
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Old 05-18-18, 11:17 AM
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Good luck with the upcoming scopes. My dad died of colon cancer in his 40s, so I have been getting them regularly for about 25 years. After my brother was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer a few years back and some genealogical sleuthing revealed my first cousin in LA and my great uncle in Buenos Aires had died pancreatic cancer, we both underwent genetic testing. Nothing showed up, but it just could be that the gene hasn't been identified yet. I joined a research study at Johns Hopkins that is focused on early detection of pancreatic cancer and now in addition to my regular colonoscopies I get an endoscopic ultrasound and an MRI in alternating years.

In other news, I leave on vacation on Sunday to Yellowstone and the Dakotas. By the end of this month I will have visited all 50 states.
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Old 05-18-18, 08:39 PM
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Meeting a Mousketeer? I would have fallen over. That is cool.

Nice choice of lyrics and lyricists, Bevo! I don't think the whippersnappers today can match those selections. The Marshall Crenshaw vid is interesting. I read somewhere that's his twin brother playing drums?

Elvis Costello - could never figure out where that voice came from. You'd think he'd at least sound a little like Paul McCartney.

Found this classic bit on pop song lyrics:

Even if you had met this Mouseketeer? (Ignore the dude. Z says:What dude?)





Be-bop-a-lula. You're welcome.
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Old 05-21-18, 06:13 PM
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Britney was such a beauty back then. My daughters were a little bit obsessed with her.

I was never a fan of Michael but I really liked his last movie, "This Is It". The guy was such a talent. I would have enjoyed hearing what he did over the years.
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