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THE SUPREMES- NATHAN JONES

Nathan Jones” is a hit single recorded by The Supremes, released in spring 1971 (see 1971 in music) on the Motown label. Produced by Frank Wilson and written by Leonard Caston – a.k.a. 346 more words

1960s

Review: The Best of The Temptations (Volume 1)

The Temptations were one of Motown’s very best male acts. Like all of 20th Century Masters compilations, this offers a small selection of the group’s hit singles, each one being widely revered. 1,990 more words

1960s

 "That'll Be The Day" Linda Ronstadt

That’ll Be the Day” is a song written by Buddy Holly and Jerry Allison. It was first recorded by Buddy Holly and the Three Tunes in 1956 and was re-recorded in 1957 by Holly and his new band, the  118 more words

R&b

September 24, 1969: The Blood of Fu Manchu flowed into US cinemas

The Blood of Fu Manchu, also known as Fu Manchu and the Kiss of Death, Kiss of Death, Kiss and Kill (US title) and Against All Odds (original US video title), is a British adventure crime film based on the fictional Asian villain Fu Manchu created by Sax Rohmer. 22 more words

September

Estevan

ESTEVAN

The above photo of Estevan was sent in by Juliana Cooke, Estevan was her families launch in very late 1969 > early 1970. Juliana was very young back then but she recalls it was hand (home) built either by or for a doctor, probably in 1969. 150 more words

Launches

How We Used To Live (ITV, 1968-2002)

How We Used to Live is a British educational historical television drama, produced by Yorkshire Television, that debuted on September 24, 1968. The series traced the lives and fortunes of various fictional Yorkshire families from the Victorian era until the 1960s, in and around the fictional town of Bradley, using self-contained short dramas interspersed with archive footage. 154 more words

September

Led Zeppelin's Ascent and Descent

Led Zeppelin ruled the hard rock landscape of the 1970s. Critics didn’t like them and they didn’t like the press. They sold tons of records and their concerts were instant sellouts. 1,055 more words

1970s