Brandy (You’re a Fine Girl) Acappella

This song was all over the radio in 1972 and is one of the Top 40 classics of all time. Here’s a great new rendition done acapella style by Elliot Lurie of Looking Glass and Yonge Guns Quartet.

“Book Talk” Guest T. Jefferson Parker Author “Then She Vanished”

Doug Miles talks with T. Jefferson Parker about his newest Roland Ford mystery thriller “Then She Vanished” on “Talk Across America”. Book link available below:

Alan King at his best

Alan King’s The Middle East Story, 1980’s:

Mort Sahl on The Ed Sullivan Show

Mort Sahl “Politics” on The Ed Sullivan Show on June 4, 1961. He is a truly unique comedian. Never really told jokes. Always topical. Seemed like he was making it up as he went along. Great talent.

“Big Band Files” with Doug Miles with Guest Singer Jack Jones

Legendary singer Jack Jones joins Doug Miles on this edition of the “Big Band Files” to talk about his career in entertainment. Several of Jack’s performances are included.

Here’s what multitasking looked like in the 60’s

Erich Brenn “Plate Spinner” on the Ed Sullivan Show on February 16, 1969.

Pallie Deana Martin’s Friday Internet Show 8-7-20

Singer/Impressionist Debbie Wileman in Tribute to Sammy Davis Jr.

Singer and Impressionist Debbie Wileman pays tribute to Sammy Davis Jr. in a rousing rendition of “Ol Black Magic”.

1957 College Basketball All-Americans with Wilt Chamberlain on The Ed Sullivan Show

The 1957 College Basketball All-Americans with Wilt Chamberlain on The Ed Sullivan Show on March 24, 1957. Ed, being a former sportswriter, would always have sports figures on his show. Wilt Chamberlain is seen in his college uniform. Chet Forte went on to be the director of Monday Night Football and Baseball for ABC. Frank Howard would go on to a successful baseball career, Hot Rod Hundley would become a longtime play-by-play announcer in the NBA. Elgin Baylor would become, along with Wilt, one of the all time greats in the NBA. Ed mispronounces a few names along the way.

Rodney Dangerfield “Dating, Marriage & Money” on The Ed Sullivan Show

Another early appearance by Rodney Dangerfield on the Ed Sullivan Show January 4, 1970.

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