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The Telegram Man: Director James Francis Khehtie discusses his award winning short

Written by James Francis Khetie

One of the last Australian films shot on super 35 mm film, The Telegram Man was four years in the making from securing the film rights to raising the finance to gaining the interest of the film’s three screen icons. 900 more words

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Barbara Lewis: The queen of sultry early 60s R&B - Baby I'm Yours!

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1963 was a vintage year for chart topping R&B singles.

Motown’s imperious domination of the chart was evidenced by Mary Wells’ lovely, ‘Two Lovers’ written by the great Smokey Robinson who hit the summit himself accompanied by The Miracles with the hypnotic, ‘You Really Got A Hold On Me’ which the admiring Beatles covered on their second album. 1,014 more words

1960s

1044 Some Day We're Gonna Love Again - Barbara Lewis (1964)

This song was written by Sharon McMahan and was recorded by Barbara Lewis in 1964. It was released as a single with Spend A Little Time… 47 more words

Beatles

Barbara Lewis “Come Home” (Atlantic 2255-B, 1964)

Barbara Lewis “Come Home” (Atlantic 2255-B, 1964)


It took a while for Barbara Lewis to move away from her steady perch of organ driven cuddly early 60’s R&B. 196 more words

Uptown Soul

0997 Straighten Up Your Heart - Barbara Lewis (1963)

This song was written by Sharon McMahan. It was recorded by Barbara Lewis in 1963. It was released as a single with If You Love Her… 29 more words

Beatles

Choice And Change : How to choose, what to choose and whether to choose at all -Part Two - Three approaches to choice and change

Recently, I began to wonder what motivates people to move out of their comfort zones and make changes in their lives. As is often the case when we are preoccupied with something, I began hearing discussions on choice and change, noticing quotes, and generally getting a whole lot of information to help me sort the issues out for myself. 1,154 more words

Life

Sunday Soul- Barbara Lewis: Would You Love Me

I first heard of Barbara Lewis at a bar where the DJ was spinning obscure soul songs from the 60’s and 70’s. Her voice completely threw me off guard and I had to ask the DJ who was this singer. 55 more words

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