Posts Tagged ‘1974’

Sven Libaek “…and beyond” 1974

LP ‘Solar Flares’ Norway Library/Easy Listening OOP

Apr 3 2011 Huge Solar Flare – Images taken from Stereo Ahead COR2 Two celestial bodies must have been in opposition relative to the sun at the time. Images can found at Orbit diagrams can be found at JPL Small-Body Database Browser JPL’s HORIZONS system which can be used to generate ephemerides for solar-system bodies. To download local copy of video Be safe, peace and love in these times. FAIR USE NOTICE: These Videos may contain copyrighted (© ) material the use of which has not always been specifically authorized by the copyright owner. Such material is made available to advance understanding of ecological, political, human rights, economic, democracy, scientific, moral, ethical, and social justice issues, etc. It is believed that this constitutes a ‘fair use’ of any such copyrighted material as provided for in section 107 of the US Copyright Law. In accordance with Title 17 USC Section 107, this material is distributed without profit to those who have expressed a prior general interest in receiving similar information for research and educational purposes. For more information go to:
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Where Have All the People Gone? (1974)

A strange series of solar flares proves fatal for inhabitants of the earth, except for the fortunate few who are somehow immune from the effects. Animals go insane and human beings turn to white powder, leaving behind only empty clothing. A handful of survivors attempt to rebuild their lives on the de-populated Earth. Sorry for the bad picture quality, it came from an old OOP vhs tape.

Richard Pryor, That Nigger’s Crazy album, 1974

Richard Pryor, That Nigger’s Crazy album, 1974. Segments on “Wino Dealing with Dracula,” “Flying Saucers,” “The Back Down,” “Black Man/White Woman,” “Niggers vs. the Police”
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Dr J Allen Hynenk (Astronomer) in 1974 – Re: 1953 CIA Robertson Panel & 1952 Utah film.

Hynek discusses the 1953 Robertson panel meeting, and how despite agreeing that the objects found on the Utah film were not birds or known craft, the panel decided to call the objects birds. Hynek was suspicious that the whole process was part of a debunking excercies. His suspicion was well founded when the panel agreed to -: “The panel suggested the Air Force should begin a “debunking” effort to reduce “public gullibility” and demystify UFO reports, partly via a public relations campaign, using psychiatrists, astronomers and assorted celebrities to significantly reduce public interest in UFOs. It was also recommended that the mass media be used for the debunking, including influential media giants like the Walt Disney Corporation”

Don Hall road tests 1974 Ducati 250 Desmo

Don Hall`s road test of a 250 Ducati Desmo
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Then Came You – Dionne Warwick featuring The Spinners (1974)

“Then Came You” was a 1974 Grammy-nominated hit for American soul singer Dionne Warwick and American R&B group The Spinners, and credited to Dionne Warwicke and The Detroit Spinners (from 1971–1975, Warwick added a final ‘e’ to her last name). The track was written by Sherman Marshall and Phillip T. Pugh, and produced by Thom Bell. Released during a time that Warwick’s chart fortunes were at an ebb after moving to Warner Brothers Records in 1972, the Philadelphia soul single was a rare mid-1970s success for the singer. Sung as a duet with Spinners main lead singer Bobby Smith and The Spinners, who were one of the most popular groups of the decade, the song became Warwick’s first ever single to reach number one on the Billboard Hot 100 and also became her highest-charting R&B record reaching number two on that chart. It was also the first number-one pop hit for The Spinners. Spinners member Phillippe Wynne took over lead duties at the very end of the song. While Warwick was signed to Warner Bros. at the time, this release actually came out on Atlantic Records, which was The Spinners’ label, but also a sister label to Warner Brothers. Dionne Warwick (born December 12, 1940) is an American singer and actress who became best known for her partnership with Burt Bacharach and Hal David. Warwick ranks as the 20th most popular hit-maker of the entire rock era (1955–1999), based on the Billboard Hot 100 Pop Singles Charts. According to Billboard Magazine, Warwick ranks second
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1973 Commercials: Libby’s Fruit Float to 1974 Cadillac Fleetwood

1. Libby’s Fruit Float (can you say that five times fast?) 2. Chef Boyardee Spaghetti Sauce (It’s pronounced Boy AR dee) 3. Allerest allergy medicine for children (Poor Howard, dealing with that nagging mother!) 4. Max-Pax filtered coffee (Tastes better, not bitter!) 5. Pizza Hut restaurant with Rich Little and his WC Fields impersonation 6. Bic Banana (Mel Brooks is so funny in this! Don’t write with fruit, you’ll get a very wet letter!) 7. Crayola Crayons (I always got the 64-crayon box with the built-in sharpener!) 8. Nair hair remover (before women were bragging about the ‘short-shorts!’) 9. Trident sugarless gum (4 out of 5 dentists surveyed recommend sugarless gum for their patients who chew gum! Who’s that 5th dentist who doesn’t like Trident?) 10. Listerine throat louzengers 11. K2R spot remover (That guy in the fancy suit should sue the heck out of that clumsy mechanic!) 12. 1974 Cadillac Fleetwood (check out that blue interior!) **These commercials are from my 1970-1975 Commercials set**

Mexico’s Roswell – 1974 UFO Crash Near Presidio, Texas

Authors Noe Torres and Ruben Uriarte speak about “Mexico’s Roswell,” the 1974 crash of a UFO near Coyame, Mexico. Excerpt from Paranormal Radio, hosted by Captain Jack (1-12-08).
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Rafi & Lata – Wada Karle Saajna – Haath Ki Safai [1974]

“Haath Ki Safai” is a 1974 Hindi film produced by IA Nadiadwala. Directed by Prakash Mehra the film stars Vinod Khanna, Simi Garewal, Randhir Kapoor, Hema Malini, Ranjeet and Satyen Kappu. The music is by Kalyanji Anandji . Trivia; * The film features the trademark tongue-in-cheek dialogues penned by Salim-Javed!……. Mohammed Rafi (December 24, 1924 — July 31, 1980) was an Indian playback singer. He has sung in many Indian languages, including Hindi, Urdu,Punjabi, Marathi and Telugu, but he is chiefly remembered for his songs from Hindi cinema (also known as Bollywood). His songs are widely popular in the Indian subcontinent. Along with Mukesh and Kishore Kumar, he was one of the three leading male Bollywood playback singers from the 1950s to the 1970s.. Government Awards; * 1948 – Rafi received a silver medal from the Indian Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru, on the first anniversary of the Indian Independence Day. * 1965 – he was honoured with the Padmashri by the Government of India. National Film Awards; * 1968 – National Award for Best Male Playback Singer for Neel Kamal composed by Ravi. * 1977 – National Film Award for Best Male Playback Singer for Kya Hua Tera Wada song in the film Hum Kisi Se Kum Nahin), composed by RD Burman, lyrics by Majrooh Sultanpuri. Filmfare Awards; * 1960 – Filmfare Best Male Playback Award for Chaudhvin Ka Chand Ho song in the film Chaudhvin Ka Chand * 1961 – Filmfare Best Male Playback Award for Teri Pyaari Pyaari Surat Ko song in the
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Rafi & Lata – Wada Karle Sajana – Haath Ki Safai [1974]

Haath Ki Safai is a 1974 Hindi film produced by IA Nadiadwala. Directed by Prakash Mehra, the film features Vinod Khanna, who won the Filmfare Best Supporting Actor Award, the only nomination and win for the film. The rest of the cast include Simi Garewal, Randhir Kapoor, Hema Malini, Ranjeet and Satyen Kappu. The music is by Kalyanji Anandji. The film became a “semi-hit” at the box office. The film was later remade in Telugu as Manushulu Chesina Dongalu (1976)…….. Mohammed Rafi (Hindi: मोहम्मद रफ़ी, Urdu: محمد رفیع; December 24, 1924 July 31, 1980), often addressed as Rafi Sahib, was an Indian playback singer whose career spanned four decades and is one of the most versatile male singers in the history of Indian cinema. Rafi sang in many Indian languages including Hindi, Urdu, Bhojpuri, Punjabi, Bengali, Marathi, Sindhi, Kannada and Telugu. He also recorded English and Persian songs. He is primarily remembered, however, for his Hindi songs, which still remain very popular in India today and also among the Indian diaspora. He dominated the Bollywood music industry from the 1950s to the 1970s along with Mukesh, Manna Dey, and Kishore Kumar. Between 1950 and 1970, Rafi was one of the most sought after singers in Bollywood. In 1965, he was honoured by the Government of India with the Padma Sri award. Awards; * 2001 – Rafi was honored with the “best singer of the millennium” by Hero Honda and Stardust magazine in Mumbai on Jan 7, 2001. Government Awards; * 15Th

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