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Part Three: More Mustard to Wilde on tour!

Mustard Duo (aka Dave’n’Ed),
Dave Barker (vocals/bass) and Ed Furst (vocals/gtr).
Dave had always tried to play rhythm guitar, and even began to move on from Open E tuning, but I had always felt he would do better on bass. 436 more words




AUTHOR’S COMMENTARY:   This is a cherished childhood memory of mine growing up watching the show “Mr. Ed” which starred Alan Young as Mr. 353 more words


Rest in Peace Alan Young, 96

Alan Young and Mr. Ed

Such sad news today to read from CNN that actor Alan Young, 96, died of natural causes: http://www.cnn.com/2016/05/20/entertainment/alan-young-obit/index.html

Alan Young was best known for his role of Wilbur on the Mr. 85 more words

An Appropriate Coincidence

This is my 3,000th post since starting the blog in February of 2010.

More often than not, it has not been about my life as an undertaker, but it has been about my life and a… 77 more words

Mr. Ed

A Man and a Palamino: Another R.I.P.

It should have been called The Alan Young Show, but the man refused to put his name to it. If he had, we would probably never have called it by that name, or remembered its proper title. 456 more words


Alan Young 19.11.19 - 19.5.16

Alan Young, who starred as Mr Ed’s human side kick in the eponymous television programme, has died.

Alan Young, famous for his role as the human companion to a talking horse in sitcom Mister Ed, died on Thursday (local time), at the Motion Picture and Television Home in Woodland Hills, California. 96 more words


Thank you Alan Young

  I knew the time would come when all the actors would start dying, but I wish it could have waited til I was ready for it… as in never. 555 more words