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> {quote:title=casablancalover2 wrote:}{quote}Ah, you remind me of Ensign Chekov in Star Trek.

 

That is a very cute video! I thank you for posting it.

 

The tell-all folk song was invented in Russia:

 

Part of the lyrics may be translated to:

I fell in love with Nicholas

Jozef, John, Grisha, Stetsko

also Daniel, Theodore, Stephen.

 

I believe the West has not copied yet this:

 

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> {quote:title=finance wrote:}{quote}

> ...like Sputnik.

 

I believe the average Russian is more proud that they invented hard liquor.

 

Archaeological evidence shows the first appearance of it in northern Russia. It was made by pouring wine into wide bowls and taking out the water-ice the next day. It is possible that as high as 180 Proof could be made in this way. Such a process could not be done farther south and this was millennia before apparatus for distilling could be made.

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This is a nice song but it is better that the still photographs show more commercial versions of dresses commonly worn:

 

 

I believe I was teenage before I had any clothes which lacked embroidery. Some of the photographs remind me of what teachers wore. They are not like what your commercial shows.

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To hear the Magnificent Men, google "Peace of Mind""Magnificent Men", and listen to the youtube with the orange and yellow 45 record in the picture (studio version).......I'm not good at posting youtubes.

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Yes it is. David Bupp was the lead singer. Adrian King was a backup vocalist and instrumentalist. They were from Harrisburg, PA.

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A glorious example of Western sophistication and elegance:

 

 

I believe this is a wardrobe malfunction waiting to happen:

 

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> {quote:title=finance wrote:}{quote}The Magnificent Men's music and style were 100% black. The Righteous Brothers were not.

I'm not saying I disagree with you. Just sayin' the Righteous Brothers were literally branded as "blue-eyed soul."

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Wow, color me impressed that a marching band can play something like "Thriller" and make it work! :)

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Of late I've been listening to "Kiss Me on the Bus":

 

 

 

 

The video is The Replacements, but the version I like is a cover, by a group called Bright Little Field. The main instruments are ukuleles. :) It's not on YouTube, but it's found on iTunes. The name of the album is, "Treatment Bound: A Ukulele Tribute To The Replacements". :^0

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Disco report-----Some of the top tracks I've been hearing on Studio 54 radio are, "Don't Take Away the Music", "Galaxy", by War, "Runaway Love" by Linda Clifford, and "Heaven Must be Missing an Angel" by Tavares.

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Segueing into disco, time to get on our platform shoes. My eyes are blinded by the mirrored ball, otherwise I would post all of your suggestions...

 

Don't Take Away the Music:

 

 

 

Galaxy:

 

 

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