This is it, ladies and gentlemen, what can I say except: Here is…
Shana and Lloyd Price!
I can go and die now!
And now for this month’s quiz!
Mom, wait a minute, aren’t you going to report on the concert?
OK, OK! Chuck Jackson was stunningly great with his booming baritone voice, sounding literally like his records! In fact he even had the nerve to start off “Any Day Now” with NO accompaniment from the orchestra at all! Nothing like telling a 30-piece orchestra to lay out! Here he is in younger days singing the song live, but, it doesn’t matter because he sounds exactly the same today and pretty much looks the same too as you can see below where he’s pictured with Maxine Brown.
Oh, and I found out that “Any Day Now” was written by Burt Bacharach, so, no wonder it’s great! Maxine Brown looked wonderful and blew me away with “Oh No, Not My Baby” written by Carol King.
And of course, Lloyd Price, “Mr. Personality”, what can I say about him?
That he doesn’t look 81?
Well that’s an understatement! And I could also say he’s a living legend! He may, arguably, have had the first Rock n Roll record with “Lawdy Miss Clawdy” from 1952. Here he is talking about how the song came to be:
It will be hard to top this concert is all I’m sayin’!
Did I mention that The Rolling Stones are planning a new North American tour?
Aaaaaaaah!!!!! Never has there been a better time to start the Quiz!
We are having another one of our “famous persons” quizzes today. How many of you have watched “Frasier” on TV? Frasier and his brother Niles Crane are two somewhat snobby, aristocratic, pedantic and punctilious psychiatrists practicing in Seattle, Washington, who are a great irritation to their down-to-earth Sulphur father, Marty Crane. Frasier is the host of a radio call-in show where he hands out extravagant advice often unappreciated by his unsophisticated mass audience. He has the commanding air of a Shakespearean actor but when all is said and done, he is sympathetic and bent on doing the right thing at any cost.
Watch this video Shana has picked out for you and tell me, What Remedy Is Frasier Crane?
If you know the answer, write to me at LEWRA@aol.com. The answer will be in next month’s ezine. Enjoy watching “Frasier”.
Elaine Lewis, D.Hom., C.Hom.
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