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In the years immediately prior to the British Invasion, only one performer rivaled the chart dominance of Elvis Presley, and that was Pat Boone. With his trademark white buck shoes, perfectly combed hair and gleaming smile, Boone was the very essence of wholesome American values, and at a time when the rise of rock & roll was viewed as a sign of the apocalypse, he made the music appear safe and non-threatening, earning some 38 Top 40 hits in the process. It's fitting that his achievements rank closest to those of Presley; after all, both claimed the sound of the black R&B culture for their own, in the process straddling both sides of the color line and popularizing a form of music which otherwise might never have gained widespread acceptance. Of course, while Elvis with his flashy suits, swiveling hips and suggestive leer remained persona non grata throughout many corners of mainstream America, Boone was embraced by teens and parents alike; his music polished rock's rough edges away, making songs like "Tutti Frutti" and "Ain't That a Shame" palatable to white audiences raised on the soothing pop traditions of a vanishing era. Charles Eugene Patrick Boone was born June 1, 1934 in Jacksonville, Florida; a descendant of American frontier hero Daniel Boone; he attended high school in Nashville, and was voted student body president. After graduating, Boone married Shirley Foley, the daughter of country star Red Foley, and after a period at Nashville's David Lipscomb College, he transferred to North Texas State University. There, after taking top honors at a local talent show, he earned the right to appear on the The Ted Mack Amateur Hour, leading to a year-long tenure on The Arthur Godfrey Show. In 1954, Boone made his first recordings for the small Republic label, followed a year later by his Dot Records debut "Two Hearts, Two Kisses." As 1955 drew to a close, he notched his first number one hit, a sedate rendition of Fats Domino's aforementioned "Ain't That a Shame"; in the years to come he would record numerous cover versions of songs first credited to black performers, among them Little Richard, the El Dorados, the Flamingos and Ivory Joe Hunter indeed, to the chagrin of purists, for many listeners Boone's records remain better-known than the original performances. Between 1956 and 1963, Boone made some 54 chart appearances, many of them with two-sided hits; his biggest smashes included the number one records "Don't Forbid Me," "Love Letters in the Sand" and "April Love," all three issued in 1957. That year he also began hosting his own ABC television series, The Pat Boone-Chevy Showroom; he also conquered film, starring in 15 features including 1957's Bernadine and April Love. Although his TV program ceased production in 1960, Boone remained a major star as the new decade dawned, and in 1961 again topped the charts with "Moody River." He even became an author, writing a series of self-help books for adolescents including -Twixt Twelve and Twenty, -Between You, Me and the Gatepost and -The Care and Feeding of Parents. Although the rise of Beatlemania put the brakes on Boone's run as a teen idol after 1962, he failed to again crack the Top 40 he continued recording for Dot through the late 1960s, and in his live performances regularly appeared with his wife and their four daughters, further reinforcing his family-friendly image. By the 1970s, Boone had shifted almost exclusively to recording gospel material, although he later scored a handful of country hits (on, of all places, Motown); in 1977, his daughter Debby topped the charts with a smash of her own, the wedding perennial "You Light Up My Life." In 1981, Boone published -Pray to Win, and in 1983 he began hosting a long-lived contemporary Christian syndicated radio show, all in addition to his extensive charity work. While his recording career continued to taper off, he did issue "Let Me Live," which became an anthem for the anti-choice movement. ~ Jason Ankeny, All Music Guide PLEASE NOTE: I divided my uploads among multiple channels, Bookmark this link in your browser for instant access to an index with links to all of John1948's oldies classics. LINK: 🤍
I ♥ #oldies Bernadine ( RARE ) 1957 - PAT BOONE - Lyrics Another version. Oh, Bernadine (sigh) Oh, oh, oh, Bernadine I can tell by the dimple on your chin You're in beautiful shape for the shape you're in An' I'm in shape for Bernadine Oh, Bernadine Oh, oh, oh, Bernadine When you wander inta my dreams at night Your remarkable form is a pure delight I go, go, go for Bernadine #svansay #patboon #bernadine
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band also named Sugar Babydoll [lyrics] you dominate me, and promise me why won't you try to love me you always knew lonely lovers hang from you why won't you cry me a river? she's gonna fall down on her knees forever my love: I want you you are the only thing, yeah you are the one thing I dream and I just pray for release and I'm falling into your eyes I've got a gate into your eyes that's the way of forgiving baby we're much too young to be living sing me a lullabye crash into a small screen don't leave me in here dark catacomb inside the lovers buy me only one runs to bat true love can be so cruel you're the only one who can lead me into this side is better I just pray for release, Bernadine and I'm falling into your eyes gone again into your eyes that's the way of forgiving baby we're much too young to be living you are the only perfect thing yeah you are the one thing I dream I just pray for release, Bernadine and I'm gone again into your eyes I've got a gate into your eyes that's the way of forgiving baby we're much too young to be living PRAYERS FOR KAT !
โอ เบอร์นาดีน,โอ โอ โอ เบอร์นาดีน จากรอยบุ๋มที่คางเธอฉันบอกได้ว่า รูปร่างเธอสุดโสภายิ่งไฉน เป็นรูปร่างที่คู่ควรกับเธอไซร้ ฉันจึงแสนหลงใหลรูปโฉมเธอ ยามราตรีเธอเตร่มาในฝันฉัน รูปลักษณ์เธอผ่องพรรณโดดเด่นเสมอ เป็นความสุขที่บริสุทธิ์ซะจริงเออ อยากได้เธอเบอร์นาดีนยอดยาใจ เธอกระจุ๋มกระจิ๋มเฉกสาวสาวฉันเคยพบ แยกชิ้นส่วนเธอมิครบ..หารู้จักไม่ แต่เธอมีวิธีรวมทุกส่วนไซร้ รวมหมดของเธอและฉันไว้เข้าด้วยกัน เธอจะรอฉันใช่ไหมขอให้บอก รอฉันอยู่ข้างนอกฐานจรวดนั่น แล้วสองเราจะพุ่งไปในอวกาศกัน ณ ที่นั้น โอ เบอร์นาดีนยอดชีวา มากับฉันเถิดหนามาเดี๋ยวนี้ เข้าไปที่จรวดขับเคลื่อนเลื่อนหรรษา เราจะกลับไปบ้านด้วยกันนา ขับเข้าสปาโดยใช้ช่องทางนี้ สัมผัสเพียงนิดเดียวด้านนี้หนา แห่งแชงกรี-ล่า..สวรรค์บนดินถิ่นสุขี และที่นั่นฉันจักขอร่วมชีวี อยู่ด้วยกันกับเธอนี้เบอร์นาดีน. Bernadine ใช้ประกอบหนังเพลงในชื่อเดียวกันคือ Bernardine ภาษาไทยชื่อ "นางในฝัน" นำแสดงโดย Pat Boone เข้าฉายที่โรงหนังเฉลิมเขตร์ เมื่อปี1957 เป็นเพลงที่ได้รับความนิยมมากในยุคนั้นจนกลายเป็นเพลงประจำตัวของ Pat Boone เนื้อเพลงเขียนโดย Johnny Mercer ติดอันดับ 1 ชาร์ตบิลบอร์ดและติดอันดับเพลงที่ขายดี Best sellers in stores chart เมื่อ 10 มิถุนายน ปี1957.และยังทำให้ Love Letters in the Sand ผลงานเพลงในแผ่นเดียวกันได้รับความนิยมไปด้วย คลิปภาพ คลอเดีย ชิฟเฟอร์ นางแบบแมว 9 ชีวิต Claudia Maria Schiffer นางแบบนักแสดงและนักออกแบบแฟชั่นชาวเยอรมัน ที่ประจำอยู่ในสหราชอาณาจักร เธอมีชื่อเสียงในช่วงทศวรรษ 1990 ในฐานะนางแบบที่ประสบความสำเร็จมากที่สุดคนหนึ่งของโลกและได้รับตำแหน่ง "ซูเปอร์โมเดล" ในอาชีพการงานช่วงแรกของเธอ เธอถูกเปรียบเทียบกับ Brigitte Bardot คลอเดีย ชิฟเฟอร์ เป็นหนึ่งในซูเปอร์โมเดล และเซ็กซี่สตาร์แถวหน้าในยุค 90 ที่ถ่ายโฆษณากับ "GUESS" เสื้อผ้าแบรนด์ดังระดับโลกในวงการแฟชั่นที่ได้รับความนิยมอย่างสูงทั้งในสหรัฐอเมริกา ยุโรป ออสเตรเลีย ตะวันออกกลาง อเมริกาใต้ เอเชีย และแอฟริกา ตวามฮอตของเธอทำให้ได้รับเป็นแบบปกให้กับนิตยสารต่างๆกว่า 1000 เล่ม จนถูกบันทึกลงใน the Guinness Book of World Records.และในปี 2002 Forbes ประเมินว่าเธอมีรายได้กว่า 55 ล้านเหรียญสหรัฐ
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edited this from movie about 30 years ago.2 young kids playing around & decided to try a call a fictional girl they call Bernadine.Surprises in store
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Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Bernadine · Pat Boone The 1957 British Hit Parade - The B Sides Part 1, Vol. 2 ℗ 2015 Acrobat Licensing Ltd. Released on: 2016-01-02 Music Publisher: Warner/Chappell North America Ltd. Auto-generated by YouTube.
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Jack Ingram is proud of his Acoustic Motel Songwriter Series, and rightfully so. It gives our host an opportunity to feature super-talented troubadours like Adam Carroll. Here's his acoustic version of "Bernadine." Connect to The Texas Music Scene: web: 🤍 facebook: 🤍 twitter: 🤍 youtube: 🤍 "The Texas Music Scene" is a TV series that currently airs throughout Texas. HELP US SPREAD TEXAS MUSIC ACROSS THE NATION! Contact your local broadcast stations and cable providers, and DEMAND THE TEXAS MUSIC SCENE!
Pat Boone - Bernardine Oh, Bernadine Oh, oh, oh, Bernadine I can tell by the dimple on your chin You're in beautiful shape for the shape you're in An' I'm in shape for Bernadine Oh, Bernadine Oh, oh, oh, Bernadine When you wander into my dreams at night Your remarkable form is a pure delight I go, go, go for Bernadine Bernadine, Bernadine You're a little bit like every girl I've ever seen Oh, your separate parts are not unknown But the way you assemble them's all your own All yours and mine, dear Bernadine (yours and mine, dear Bernadine) Oh, Bernadine Oh, oh, oh, Bernadine Say you'll wait for me out by the rocket base And we'll both blast off into outer space At oh, oh, oh-oh, Bernadine Bernadine, Bernadine Come away with me now in the rocket-propelled machine We'll come home by the way of a drive-in spa Just a little this side of Shangri-La And there I'll stay with Bernadine (there I'll stay with Bernadine) There I'll stay with Bernadine! Composer: Johnny Mercer Detentores de direitos autorais: UMG Em nome de: Geffen*
Provided to YouTube by Nikita Music Bernadine · Cyro Aguiar No Rock Samba ℗ 1993 Kaskata's Records Released on: 1993-05-17 Music Publisher: Fermata do Brasil Composer: Johnny Mercer Lyricist: Johnny Mercer Lyricist: Cyro Aguiar (Versão) Auto-generated by YouTube.
“Rejection is really good for you,” says Bernardine Evaristo in her unmissable Vogue Visionaries class on writing fiction, produced in partnership with YouTube. The novelist should know: her first book – a novel in verse – was turned down by almost 20 publishers. But thankfully, she remained undeterred. Now she is an internationally renowned author and Booker Prize winner with a career spanning four decades. Following stellar tutorials from the likes of singer Celeste, hairstylist Sam McKnight, actor Naomi Scott and fashion designer Alexa Chung, Vogue and YouTube turn to unlocking the secrets of the publishing industry, using Evaristo as an expert guide. From structuring a novel to getting published and financially supporting yourself along the way, Evaristo offers rare and invaluable insights into what it takes to find your voice – and success – as a writer. Brilliant practical tips aside, Evaristo also advises on the other areas that will help any aspiring novelist become the best writer they can be. For one thing, “You have to read as much as you write,” she says. Immerse yourself in your local literary scene, find someone who can give you constructive feedback, and remember: “Writer’s block is a figment of your imagination.” Click to find out more about Vogue Visionaries, and subscribe to the mailing list to be notified when future episodes are released. 🤍 00:00 - 00:47 - Introduction 00:48 - 07:04 - Chapter One: Page One 07:04 - 15:29 - Chapter Two: The Writing Process 15:29 - 30:33 - Chapter Three: Getting Published 30:33 - 33:50 - Chapter Four: Using Your Voice 33:50 - 36:19 - Chapter Five: Notes To My Younger Self Subscribe to British Vogue►► 🤍 CONNECT WITH BRITISH VOGUE Web: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Pinterest: 🤍 Newsletter: 🤍 Subscribe: 🤍 ABOUT BRITISH VOGUE British Vogue is the world’s leading premium lifestyle and fashion entertainment channel. Weekly releases and brand new original programming including short films, series and in-depth documentaries, British Vogue’s channel is the ultimate destination for unprecedented access into the world of fashion, beauty and culture. Bernardine Evaristo On Writing | Vogue Visionaries | British Vogue & YouTube
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“I think there has never been a better time for Black writers or writers of color to get published.” Join Booker Prize-winner Bernardine Evaristo when she shares her thoughts on developing characters, why writer's block doesn’t exist and getting published as a Black writer. Bernardine Evaristo comes from a background in theatre, which is also where she first started to write. However, what she wrote had a strong, poetic quality: “For a long time, I didn’t understand why my natural voice as a writer was poetry.” Growing up in the Catholic Church meant being familiarized with and influenced by the Bible from a very young age. “Anybody who knows anything about the Catholic church or even who has read the Bible knows it’s incredibly poetic. So, I absorbed that. Poetry was absorbed into me through osmoses from my very early life.” It was also books of poetry that were the first Evaristo got published. It took her many years to develop from poetry to novels. The first attempt was “terrible writing,” according to Evaristo herself. She eventually found her way by mixing different literary forms, verse novels and prose novels. “My process to capture the voices in my characters and my poetic style and prose style changes from book to book. Because I began as a poet, I really pay attention to how language sounds,” Bernardine Evaristo explains and continues: “It’s about capturing the voice of an individual character which I have to hear in my head. But sometimes the character emerges through the act of writing.” Writing comes naturally to her. Evaristo prints out and redrafts all the time: “I’m not the kind of writer who begins at the beginning of the novel and finishes it and then redrafts the whole thing. I redraft every sentence, every word, and every paragraph. Each time I am tweaking it.” When it comes to the subject of the feared writer’s block, Evaristo does not “believe in the concept,” she says and elaborates: “I think to name something as writer's block is kind of misleading. Because there is something going on behind that, if you’re not able to write what’s going on, is it a lack of confidence? Is it that if you’re writing a novel, maybe you are new to novel writing, and it’s not structured in such a way that the architecture is not holding up the story? Should you be working on something else?” In 2019 Bernadine Evaristo published the book ‘Girl, Woman, Other’ which would later be awarded the Booker Prize. “I knew I wanted to expand the representation of Black women in fiction.” While writing the book, Evaristo witnessed a changing world around her. Suddenly the world was focused on the MeToo, and the Black Lives Matter movement, which ended up making the book more topical than intended. “The whole reason to write the book was just to create a novel that is peopled by Black women because there aren’t many of us writing these books, and so we are not really very present in the British literature.” The book resonated with the zeitgeist and became an instant bestseller. “Suddenly, I was taken extremely seriously. I was given this kind of gravitas which had not been the case before. And as a writer who’s also an activist, who speaks up and speaks out, people were listening to me,” she says and points out that for a long time, the publishing industry would claim that there was no market for books by Black British writers. “The landscape today is very different. I think there has never been a better time for Black writers to get published or writers of color,” Evaristo explains and continues: “As a writer, I never gave up.” Bernardine Evaristo (b. 1963) is a British writer, critic, poet, and playwriter. She has written ten books and numerous texts that span many genres. Her writing and projects are based on her interest in the African diaspora. Her novel ‘Girl, Woman, Other’ won the Booker Prize in 2019. She was the first Black woman and Black British person to win it in its fifty-year history. Evaristo has won other prizes, including the British Book Award’s Fiction Book of the Year & Author of the Year and the Indie Book Award for Fiction. Her books have been translated into more than 40 languages. Bernardine Evaristo was interviewed by Tonny Vorm during the Louisiana Literature festival at the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art in August 2022. Camera: David Schweiger Edited by: Signe Boe Pedersen Produced by: Christian Lund Copyright: Louisiana Channel, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, 2021 Louisiana Channel is supported by Den A.P. Møllerske Støttefond, Ny Carlsbergfondet, C.L. Davids Fond og Samling, and Fritz Hansen. #Literature #Writer #BernardineEvaristo Subscribe to our channel for more videos on literature: 🤍 FOLLOW US HERE! Website: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍
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In which I discuss Bernadine Evaristo's 2013 book Mr Loverman... Enjoy! Click CC for closed captions! #bernadineevaristo Books/Authors mentioned: • Mr Loverman by Bernadine Evaristo 🤍 • Girl, Woman, Other by Bernadine Evaristo 🤍 Who am I?- Hi! I'm Charlotte, I am a 25 year old graduate and I love books, history and musical theatre. Thank you for watching this video. Please subscribe, like, comment (and all that jazz) if you have enjoyed and I hope you have a great day! :) Links- Goodreads- 🤍 Twitter- 🤍 Instagram- 🤍