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Where Have You Gone, Jesse James? (In Defense of the Western)

One of the strangest complements I regularly receive comes from people who have read A Wind of Knives and tell me they enjoyed it despite not liking Western fiction. 1,717 more words

0660 Sea Of Heartbreak - Don Gibson (1961)

Sea Of Heartbreak was written by Paul Hampton and Hal David in 1961. It was first recorded by Don Gibson and was released as a single. 67 more words

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0649 Sweets For My Sweet - The Drifters (1961)

Doc Pomus and Mort Shuman wrote this song in 1961 and it was first recorded by The Drifters. It was released as a single with… 110 more words

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0647 Jambalaya (On The Bayou) – Fats Domino (1961)

Hank Williams wrote and recorded this song in 1952. It was released as a single with Window Shopping on the B-side. It was based on the traditional Cajun song… 204 more words

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Whitewashing History by Tanya Landman

An article about the wonderfully gifted actor Sophie Okenedo in The Guardian (4th July 2014) mentioned that in order to find good parts she has to travel to the USA. 351 more words

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Whitewashing History by Tanya Landman

An article about the wonderfully gifted actor Sophie Okenedo in The Guardian (4th July 2014) mentioned that in order to find good parts she has to travel to the USA. 351 more words

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0619 Shakin' All Over - Johnny Kidd and The Pirates (1960)

This song was written by Johnny Kidd (real name Frederick Heath) and Gus Robinson and was recorded by Johnny Kidd and The Pirates in 1960. It was recorded at Abbey Road Studios and was released as a single with… 111 more words

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