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Early Zombies Music Video [VIDEO]
Music videos didn't really start to take hold until MTV arrived on the scene, then all artists had to have one for their songs. Back in the 1960s and 70s, there were some music films or videos that didn't seem to make sense with what the artists were singing about, like this one.
Remember This Classic Duet From 1983? [VIDEO]
Over the years, I recall a lot of unusual duets between different recording artists. In 1983, Paul McCartney and Michael Jackson teamed up for a couple of hits, and here's a look at the music video for their number one song that year, "Say, Say, Say".
McCartney In Albany [VIDEO]
When Paul McCartney got back "Out There" on tour with his first concert in Albany, New York on July 5th, he graciously shared his time with a cancer patient backstage.
10 Funniest ‘Weird Al’ Videos
Given the cornucopia of new videos "Weird Al" Yankovic has given us from his new album, 'Mandatory Fun,' available on Amazon and iTunes, we thought now might be a good time to dig into his videolog and pick out our favorites.
CCR Classic Album Released 44 Years Ago Today [VIDEO]
My all-time favorite Creedence Clearwater Revival album, "Cosmo's Factory" was released on this day, July 15, 1970. I remember buying the album and listening to all the great songs it contained, from "Lookin' Out My Back Door" to "Who'll Stop The Rain" and a great version of the R&B hit, "I Heard It Through The Grapevine". Here is a rare video of the gro
You Look Marvelous [VIDEO]
Remember the "Fernando" character created by Billy Crystal back in the 1980s? His hilarious portrayal was based on a real actor, the late Fernando Lamas, a so-called "Latin Lover" movie star who appeared on "The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson" one night, while Billy Crystal took notes.
Where Are They Now?
If you could see my CD collection (providing I could match up all my CDs with the right plastic covers), you'd see most of the artists you hear on Oldiez 96.1. So, I thought it might be fun to track down some of yesteryear's greats and see where they are now. How about B.J Thomas.

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