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- 1. Beneath It All: '50s and '60s Underwear - Style In the Fifties – Fashion and Fun - Life in the 5
Fashion Beneath It All: '50s and '60s Underwear by Pat Jacobs After World War II, lingerie designers celebrated their liberation from wartime restrictions with a lavish use of color, sheer fabrics, and lace (In the 1950s, printed and colored underwear were successfully marketed. New fabrics like Dacron and nylon...
URL: http://www.loti.com/fifties_fashion/Beneath_It_All.htm - 13KB - 03 Mar 2008
- 2. Early '60s album covers - The Sixties Remembered – Sixties Music
Sixties Music and Records Early '60s album covers by Pat Jacobs Early '60s album covers were pretty much a straightforward thing; you either had the singer or group in a nice pose, or sometimes dancing. Several of the early Motown albums often featured a picture or illustration conveying the...
URL: http://www.loti.com/sixties_music/Early_60s_album_covers.htm - 15KB - 06 Aug 2008
- 3. Jazz Rock - The Sixties Remembered – Sixties Music
Sixties Music and Records Jazz Rock by Pat Jacobs The early '60s were very much like the 1950s, when jazz still garnered a sizable segment of the American public. But with the advent of the British Invasion and TV becoming the dominant form of entertainment, jazz clubs began to close, putting many musicians out...
URL: http://www.loti.com/sixties_music/Jazz_Rock.htm - 11KB - 14 Sep 2008
- 4. Singing In The Background - The Feel Good 60s Music - The Sixties Remembered – Sixties Music
Sixties Music and Records Singing In The Background by Pat Jacobs Have you ever wondered who the female chorus was that backed up Mary Wells on "My Guy" ("what you'd say?"... "tell me more") or the great almost-operatic crescendo of voices on The Four Tops' records? Who sang with Frank Sinatra on...
URL: http://www.loti.com/sixties_music/Singing_In_The_Background.htm - 15KB - 17 Mar 2008
- 5. Easy Listening, MOR, or "Grown-Up Music" - The Feel Good 60s Music - The Sixties Remembered – S
Sixties Music and Records Easy Listening, MOR, or "Grown-Up Music" (Zzzzz....) by Pat Jacobs "Rock and roll music was (and still is, to some degree) basically considered for kids and teens," recalled Pamela Foster. "And I think to the over-30 crowd, rock and roll was still looked down upon, although there...
URL: http://www.loti.com/sixties_music/Easy_Listening.htm - 20KB - 18 Feb 2008
- 6. Sixties Regional Sounds - The Feel Good 60s Music - The Sixties Remembered – Sixties Music
Sixties Music and Records Regional Sounds by Pat Jacobs You could say that Detroit's Motown Sound (The city also had a thriving rock sound that included Bob Seger, Ted Nugent and The Amboy Dukes, Mitch Ryder and The Detroit Wheels, and The MC5) and the United Kingdom's British Invasion were (and...
URL: http://www.loti.com/sixties_music/Regional_Sounds.htm - 17KB - 19 Jul 2007
- 7. Independent Record Labels - The Feel Good 60s Music - The Sixties Remembered – Sixties Music
Sixties Music and Records Independent Record Labels by Pat Jacobs In conjunction with regional sounds, many "indie" record labels came to prominence during this decade. Some achieved lasting fame, becoming legendary. I believe that when rock and roll was a rather new music genre, the major record labels...
URL: http://www.loti.com/sixties_music/sixties_indie_labels.htm - 21KB - 21 Aug 2007
- 8. VIDAL SASSOON - 60s Hairdo - Sixties Fashion and Hair
Fashion VIDAL SASSOON by Pat Jacobs Probably the most influential hair stylist of the 1960s was Vidal Sassoon. His creations included the Asymmetric 5-point, the Geometric, the Wash-and-Wear Perm, the Nancy Kwan (named after the cut he designed for her role in "The Wild Affair". It was previously known...
URL: http://www.loti.com/sixties_fashion/Vidal_Sassoon_60s_Hair.htm - 8KB - 01 Dec 2006
- 9. Sixties - Spotlight on 1960s Music
Spotlight On..... 1960 Dawn Of A Remarkable Era: The Music Part Four by Pat Jacobs Chubby Checker - He's the singer who I feel made the greatest impact of 1960. "The Twist" was THE dance to do as it became a nationwide sensation. Legend has it that during a Bandstand show in the summer of 1960, a black...
URL: http://www.loti.com/spotlight_on_1960s_music.htm - 15KB - 02 Feb 2006
- 10. Fifties - He's So Dreamy Teen Idols, Circa 1960-1963 Music
He's So Dreamy! - Teen Idols, Circa 1960-1963 Dawn Of A Remarkable Era: The Music Part Three by Pat Jacobs Which came first, American Bandstand or teen idols? The common consensus seems to be that the presence of the Philadelphia show encouraged the development of the mostly Italian, local teen idol market....
URL: http://www.loti.com/fifties_teen_idols.htm - 20KB - 02 Feb 2006
- 11. GRANNY AND GLASSLESS - Short Lived Fads of the 1960s - Sixties Fashion and Hair
Fashion GRANNY AND GLASSLESS by Pat Jacobs Granny and Glassless were two short-lived fads of the 1960s for the eyes. Contrary to the name, granny glasses (they were also referred to as Ben Franklin glasses) were a signature look of the young and "with it" crowd. They were first sighted in...
URL: http://www.loti.com/sixties_fashion/Granny_Glasses.htm - 9KB - 03 Jan 2007
- 12. Spotlight On - 1961- A Standout Year
Old Collectible Records 1961- A Standout Year by Pat Jacobs One of the reasons I consider this year a standout is for the amazing, sheer array of talent and great music that came out. Besides Ben E. King, The Shirelles, Gene Pitney, and Gene McDaniels, notable debuts were: Bob Dylan, The Crystals, Judy Collins,...
URL: http://www.loti.com/music/1961_standout_year.htm - 12KB - 04 Apr 2006
- 13. Spotlight On - The Shirelles - 1961
Old Collectible Records Spotlight On..... The Shirelles by Pat Jacobs The Shirelles - Bar none, they were THE group of 1961and its most history making; their impact, sound, and influence is still felt today; they will forever be timeless. It all started in Passiac, New Jersey, where four young women started...
URL: http://www.loti.com/music/the_shirelles.htm - 13KB - 04 Apr 2006
- 14. Spotlight On - 1961- A Standout Year Part 3
Old Collectible Records 1961- A Standout Year Part 3 by Pat Jacobs Other popular hits of 1961 were: 1. Tossin' And Turnin', Bobby Lewis 2. I Fall To Pieces, Patsy Cline 3. Michael (Row The Boat Ashore), Highwaymen 4. Cryin', Roy Orbison 5. Runaway, Del Shannon 6. My True Story, Jive Five 7. Pony Time, Chubby...
URL: http://www.loti.com/music/1961_standout_year_part3.htm - 19KB - 04 Apr 2006
- 15. Spotlight On - 1961- A Standout Year - Part 2
Old Collectible Records 1961- A Standout Year Part 2 by Pat Jacobs The Marvelettes were the first Motown group to hit the no.1 spot with "Please Mr. Postman", with Gladys Horton singing lead. ( She sang lead until 1966.) And they became the second female group of the decade and the rock era to...
URL: http://www.loti.com/music/1961_standout_year_part2.htm - 10KB - 04 Apr 2006
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