Oh, heck. Let's take a little Trump-like sexism romp.
This song was a hit for the British band, Status Quo, back in 1967. Actually, it was their only hit, but they did a pretty good job of making psychedelic rock sound more bubblegum. However, despite their one-hit wonder status, the band continues to record and tour to this day, so you've got to give them points for determination.
Newstalgia Pop Chronicles - a documentary produced for the WNEW Radio Series Sunday News Closeup from November 11, 1967 - A Child Again. Interview with teenage runaway living in the East Village.
I've always admired Howard Zinn, but it seems the radical historian wasn't all that popular with the FBI. Via Raw Story: On Friday, the FBI rel
(Radio in the 1960s looked an awful lot like this most everywhere) [media id=17340] It's been one and possibly two generations gone by that never
(Phil Spector with The Ronettes - Factory Work of a kind) [media id=17264] Anyone who has even a passing interest in the history of Pop Music has
Weekend Gallimaufry - Tom Wolfe, Ayn Rand, Herbert Marcuse And Anthony Burgess Comment On Contemporary America In 1971
(Unfortunately, not in the same room at the same time) [media id=17263] An interesting spectrum of opinions, given in this 1971 survey of Contempo
Rand Paul's 'Cafeteria Constitutionalism': He Advocates Denial Of Birthright Citizenship To Immigrant Children
[media id=17015] Well, we already knew that Rand Paul's brand of "libertarian conservatism" was actually a front for the far-right beliefs he gets
(Eddie & Ernie - Underrated but rediscovered in the UK) Northern Soul (as its known in the UK) or Deep Soul (as its known here) is that genre of So
(The Quotations - in the land of one-hit wonders) I'm threatening to do an entire week of Doo-Wop next week. It's an almost extinct form of popular
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