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He pretended to invent a character, then lied about a nervous breakdown to hide his dependence on cocaine. He disappeared for a time, finally found by his friend Brian Eno nodding in a Berlin shooting gallery surrounded by other heroin addicts; the resulting Berlin sessions were anything other than brilliant as Bowie spent much of the time detoxing from heroin. 494 more words
I never wanted to set the world on fire. So I never had to burn any bridges behind me. – Dinah Shore: http://dlvr.it/DB95rc
Unless you’re leafing through vintage magazines, you don’t run across ads for the Chevrolet Corvair. But one turned up on TV recently.
It ran in the middle of the night on Jewish Life Television, amid the cantors, rabbis and news of terrorism from Israel. 239 more words
If your TV market is anything like mine, you now have available several channels that show nothing but old, sometimes very old, TV episodes, usually strip-style, Monday through Friday at the same time. 104 more words
Major Glenn Miller (tb & director); Zeke Zarchy, Whitey Thomas, Bobby Nichols, Bernie Privin, Jack Steele (tp); Jimmy Priddy, James Harwood, John Halliburton, Larry Hall, Nat Peck (tb); Addison Collins (French horn); Hank Freeman, Fred Guerra, Jack Ferrier, Vinnie Carbone, Peanuts Hucko, Mannie Thaler (reeds); George Ockner (concertmaster of 20-piece string section); Mel Powell, Jack Russin (p); Carmen Mastren (g); Trigger Alpert, Joe Shulman (b); Ray McKinley, Frank Ippolito (d); Johnny Desmond, The Crew Chiefs (Artie Malvin, Steve Steck, Gene Steck, Lynn Allison, Murray Kane); Jerry Gray, Norman Leyden, Ralph Wilkinson (arr). 868 more words