Her career soared in the swinging 60's. She's worked with Elvis Presley, Sandra Dee, Jimmy Stewart, Vincent Price, Fred MacMurray, Sally Field, Tommy Sands, Dick Clark... this is just a sampling of stars she's performed with.
Author: Cynthia Pepper
Category: Biography & Autobiography
"I want to tell you a story, my life story. It's a Hollywood story in the truest sense. It's a story of love and innocence, of comedy and tragedy, of fame without fortune and how I killed Elvis Aaron Presley... well almost." Pigtails, Presley & Pepper, is a Hollywood memoir that shares the experiences of a young professional actress as she wades through the Hollywood River of Work in the 1960's. Cynthia Pepper lived the Hollywood dream. She grew up in Hollywood, studied at Hollywood High School and had an extraordinary acting career. She shares her life story using both reverence and humor to explain the ups and downs of her showbiz life. She writes about co-starring in TV's, "My Three Sons" and later starring in her own ABC - TV show, "Margie". Her career soared in the swinging 60's. She's worked with Elvis Presley, Sandra Dee, Jimmy Stewart, Vincent Price, Fred MacMurray, Sally Field, Tommy Sands, Dick Clark... this is just a sampling of stars she's performed with. You'd need to write a book to include all the others... Oh, that's right; she did. Her personal behind the scenes stories of co-starring in MGM's "Kissin' Cousins" with Elvis Presley are worth the price of this book alone. There are only three things in life that you need to do before you die... #1 Purge all your emails, #2 Recycle your waste, and #3 Read Pigtails, Presley & Pepper.
2 For further reading on the evolution of Pepper's Ghost through to its holographic manifestation, see Jim Steinmeyer, The Science Behind the Ghost! (Burbank, 1999). 3 See www.crypton.co.jp/miku_eng (accessed 14 February, 2018). 4 Elvis ...
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Author: Steve Millward
Publisher: Troubador Publishing Ltd
1970 signalled the end of an era. The Swinging Sixties came to a crashing halt as the world seemed to be changing for the worse. Ideological and generational rifts became deeper and violent protest more commonplace. Politicians dealt with realities, not dreams. The Vietnam War dragged on. As ever, popular culture mirrored it all with the death of Jimi Hendrix and the break-up of The Beatles. Yet these apparent crises produced a climate in which new ideas could develop, pointing the way to a decade when creativity and tumult went hand-in-hand. In Different Tracks, his follow-up to Changing Times: Music and Politics In 1964, Steve Millward charts the major events of 1970 and the reaction they provoked – from the increased militancy of the Black Panthers, the Baader-Meinhof Gang and the Angry Brigade to the new ways of living advocated by foodists, feminists and futurists. At the same time he makes the connections to a thriving music scene where singer-songwriters such as Joni Mitchell and Nick Drake rubbed shoulders with innovators like Curtis Mayfield and Frank Zappa. He shows how James Brown defined funk, prog bands reached a peak of extravagance and the search was on to fuse rock with jazz, folk and classical music. Different Tracks is the second book in a trilogy spanning 1964-74. It will appeal to all music fans, especially those looking for fresh insights into a turbulent and dynamic epoch.
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