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Natalie as Maria in West Side Story (1961) #orange

I Feel Pretty - Natalie Wood 's own voice - Jet Song - Russ Tamblyn 's own voice - West Side Story

Ritchie Valens-Donna ~ It's a shame to lose Buddy Holly and this up and coming star 17 year old Mr. Valens along with The Big Bopper / J.P. Richardson on Feb. 3rd 1959 dubbed THE DAY THE MUSIC DIED !

Rock 'n' roll pioneer Ritchie Valens had a recording career that lasted all of eight months, scoring several hits, including "La Bamba," before dying at age 17 in the same plane crash that claimed Buddy Holly and J. "The Big Bopper" Richardson.

Dan Fogelberg - Forefathers - YouTube

Dedicated to Jean Fogelberg Studio version of Forefathers from The Wild Places CD - Timothy B. Schmit, David Crosby and Russ Kunkel were a few of the n.

Roberta Flack - Killing me softly with his song.flv

Roberta Flack - Killing me softly with his song.

Paul McCartney - Golden Slumbers, Carry That Weight, The End - Fenway Pa...

Paul McCartney - Golden Slumbers, Carry That Weight, The End - Fenway Pa.

Bruno Mars - The Lazy Song [OFFICIAL VIDEO] ......................TODAY I DON'T FEEL LIKE DOIN ANYTHING!!

The official music video for 'The Lazy Song' by Bruno Mars from doo-wops and hooligans - available now on Elektra Records! Directed by Bruno Mars and Cameron Duddy

The 5th Dimension   Age of Aquarius 1969    By 1969, the first of the boomers were 23 years old, an age at which most were either in or done college. That is the early boomers.  It was the time of Timothy Leary and LSD.

The Dimension Age of Aquarius 1969 - one of the defining songs of the later Sixties!

Natalie Cole duet with her Father LIVE - Unforgettable love this...gives me the chills.  so beautiful

Natalie Cole LIVE - 'Unforgettable' - Natalie and Nat King Cole were both unforgettable.

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Dueling Banjos, Deliverance

Dueling Banjos Deliverance -The famous dueling banjos scene from "Deliverance"

I Can See Clearly Now-Johnny Nash. Who doesn't love and find inspiration in this one, even all these years later? It's a song of hope. And I'm totally diggin' those threads he's sporting. :p Ummm Hmmmm

"I Can See Clearly Now" by Johnny Nash - "gone are the dark clouds that had me blind"

PEGGY LEE-He's aTramp-Walt Disney-Making of Lady & the Tramp*Walt tells how the song came to be used in the film and Peggy  sings the song(check out  that amazing green dress)!!*

PEGGY LEE-singer of the song "He's a Tramp" in the movie-"Lady & the Tramp" Walt Disney tells how the song came to be used in the film and Peggy sings the song. (check out this video)

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