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CAFE PARADISO

When we are weary we must remember to relax and enjoy some of the good things in life like love and romance or stimulating venues with those special persons. Many Cafes play music and serve aperitifs. We shall devote this channel to those pursuits so that you can find diversions to the news of the world and celebrate the arts and scenes of far off places.


A taste of the temporal while pondering the eternal
 
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  • Flying over Africa
    by Conspiracy Cafe on April 28, 2017 at 10:20 PM
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    Out of Africa is a 1985 American epic romantic drama film directed and produced by Sydney Pollack and starring Robert Redford and Meryl Streep. The film is based loosely on the autobiographical book Out of Africa written by Isak Dinesen (the pseudonym of Danish author Karen Blixen), which was published in 1937, with additional material from Dinesen's book Shadows on the Grass and other sources. This film received 28 film awards, including seven Academy Awards.


    Out of Africa was one of the top chick flicks ever. John Barry's score was inspirational. The flying scene is so special. You soar over God's creation with the one you love and clasp hands. It doesn't get any better. I can listen to that score over and over and the flying scene as well. Three rifles, Africa, Mozart and a femme fatale a recipe for paradise. 

    Out Of Africa | Soundtrack Suite (John Barry)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eWZ2adCaKo4


  • Jay and the Americans - This Magic Momen...
    by Conspiracy Cafe on March 14, 2017 at 5:32 PM
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    Jay and the Americans were a pop music group popular in the 1960s. Their initial line-up consisted of John "Jay" Traynor, Howard Kane (né Kirschenbaum), Kenny Vance (né Rosenberg) and Sandy Deanne (né Yaguda), though their greatest success on the charts came after Traynor had been replaced as lead singer by Jay Black.

    Early years

    They were discovered while performing in student venues at New York University in the late 1950s. They auditioned for Leiber and Stoller, who gave the group its name.[1]

    Career pinnacle

    With Jay Traynor singing lead, they first hit the Billboard charts in 1962 with the tune "She Cried," which reached #5 (later covered by The Shangri-Las, Aerosmith, and others). The next two singles didn't fare nearly as well, and Traynor left the group. Jay's solo singles made little impression, but one, "Up And Over" issued on ABC in 1966 became a Northern Soul classic. Empires' guitarist Marty Sanders (né Kupersmith) joined the group. He brought David Black (né Blatt) of "The Empires" in to take Traynor's place (after David first agreed to adopt the name Jay Black), and Black sang lead for the rest of the group's major hits.

    They returned to the charts in 1963 with "Only In America," a song originally meant for The Drifters. Other notable hits for Jay and the Americans were "Come a Little Bit Closer" in 1964, which hit #3, and "Cara Mia" in 1965, which hit #4. They also recorded a commercial for H.I.S. Slacks and a public service announcement for the Ad Council, featuring a backing track by Brian Wilson and Phil Spector. Two tracks from this era later found favour with the Northern Soul crowd: "Got Hung Up Along The Way" and "Living Above Your Head".

    In 1966, the group was featured onscreen in the Universal comedy film, Wild Wild Winter, singing "Two of a Kind" at the film's finale, with surf band The Astronauts depicted as providing backup instrumentals. As of February 2017, the song has only been released on the 1966 soundtrack LP.

    In 1968, they recorded an album of their favorite oldies called Sands of Time, which included "This Magic Moment," which was originally done by the Drifters. The single went to #9 in January 1969. It sold over one million copies, and was awarded a gold disc by the R.I.A.A. in May 1969.[2] "This Magic Moment" was the last top ten record for Jay and the Americans, although a follow-up album, Wax Museum, in January 1970, did yield the #19 hit single "Walkin' In The Rain," first recorded by The Ronettes. Their next singles failed to chart, and the band grew apart, but the demand for appearances remained. (Around the same time the band recorded "This Magic Moment," Jay and the Americans member Sandy Yaguda produced a Long Island teen sextet called The Tuneful Trolley. Their late-1968 Capitol LP, Island In The Sky — a hybrid of Beach Boys and Beatlesque psych-pop—was reissued in 2008 in the UK on Now Sounds.) From 1970 to 1971 Jay and the American's touring band included Walter Becker and Donald Fagen (of later Steely Dan fame) on backup bass guitar and electric organ.

    "LET IT BE ME"

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-wU_zPTPidg

    "SINCE I DON'T HAVE YOU"

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=METsM4oZcd8

    "CRYING"

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HIdE5G9yhSQ

    "THE SUN AIN'T GONNA SHINE ANYMORE"

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=35EJSZ6BypM

    Cara Mia

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Jm4p_HCwKA

    Some Enchanted Evening" 

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iby51fPLcug

    Walkin' In The Rain

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xrkJoTaHqvc


  • The Shadow of your Smile
    by George Freund on February 14, 2017 at 11:54 AM
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    "The Shadow of Your Smile", also known as "Love Theme from The Sandpiper", is a popular song. The music was written by Johnny Mandel with the lyrics written by Paul Francis Webster. The song was introduced in the 1965 film The Sandpiper, with a trumpet solo by Jack Sheldon and later became a minor hit for Tony Bennett (Johnny Mandel arranged and conducted his version as well). It won the Grammy Award for Song of the Year and the Academy Award for Best Original Song. In 2004 the song finished at #77 in AFI's 100 Years...100 Songs poll of the top tunes in American cinema.

    Versions

    Well-known versions of the song were recorded by Barbra Streisand (on her 1965 album My Name Is Barbra, Two...), singer Shirley Bassey (on her 1966 album I've Got a Song for You), Andy Williams, Chris Montez, Percy Faith, Rita Reys, Al Martino, Perry Como, Nancy Sinatra, Astrud Gilberto, Peggy Lee, Sammy Davis, Jr., Sarah Vaughan and Frank Sinatra. Connie Francis recorded the song in English, Spanish (La sombra de tu sonrisa), Portuguese (À sombra do teu sorriso) and in Italian (Castelli di sabbia). Trini Lopez included it on his Reprise Records album (Trini). Lill Lindfors recorded it in Swedish as Din skugga stannar kvar for her 1967 album Du är den ende. Elda Viler (sl) recorded a Slovenian rendering entitled "Senca Tvojega Nasmeha". Marvin Gaye recorded several versions of the song. One can be found on Romantically Yours, another on Vulnerable, and a live version on Marvin Gaye: Live at the Copa. Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass recorded an instrumental version for their 1966 album, What Now My Love. The Italian singer MINA sang this song in 1968 on television and was later released on a CD called Le canzonissime. German singer Udo Lindenberg included a more rock-oriented cover of the song on his 1986 single "Germans". In 2006, The Central Band of the Royal British Legion recorded an album with "The Shadow Of Your Smile" as the lead title track.

    Other notable versions include Nancy Ames singing a Spanish version ("La Sombra De Tu Sonrisa") on her 1966 album Latin Pulse. Pepe Jaramillo recorded a Latin dance version on his 1971 EMI album Tequila Cocktail. Sergio Franchi recorded the song on his 1967 RCA Victor album, From Sergio - With Love. A version by Engelbert Humperdinck is available on YouTube.

    The Bobby Darin album, Bobby Darin Sings The Shadow of Your Smile, was notable in that the album's first side contained all of the songs nominated for the 1965 Academy Award for Best Original Song.

    For that special girl it even comes in a bottle

  • Alexandrov Red Army Choir - Kalinka
    by George Freund on December 25, 2016 at 6:04 PM
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    "Kalinka" is a Russian song written in 1860 by the composer and folklorist Ivan Larionov and first performed in Saratov as part of a theatrical entertainment that he had composed.

    CONCERT: Day of Fatherland Defenders Chief conductor and artistic director - People's Artist of Russia, Professor Igor Raevskiy. Soloist: Vadin Ananyev

    Katyusa - Valeria Kurnushkina & Red Army Choir (2014)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uzCleIHK2lU

    Red Army Choir - Dark Eyes

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZlEA04-IVbM

    Red Army Choir - The Chorus of the Hebrew Slaves

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h1rRhQ5Q1dg

    Russian Red Army Choir ~ Warszawianka

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vLlj4yJMTFA

    Famed Russian Military Choir Among 92 Feared Dead After Plane Crashes Into Black Sea

    There can be little doubt that the crash was arranged as stimulus to ire Russia to war. It isn't anywhere close to enough. The NWO always has a Solstice sacrifice on the agenda. We were just waiting for what where.


  • Greensleeves - What Child Is This - The ...
    by George Freund on December 25, 2016 at 5:43 PM
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  • Jeff Buckley - Hallelujah
    by George Freund on December 2, 2016 at 12:19 PM
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    Jeffrey Scott "Jeff" Buckley (November 17, 1966 - May 29, 1997), raised as Scott "Scottie" Moorhead, was an American singer-songwriter and guitarist. After a decade as a session guitarist in Los Angeles, Buckley amassed a following in the early 1990s by playing cover songs at venues in Manhattan's East Village, such as Sin-é, gradually focusing more on his own material. After rebuffing much interest from record labels and his father Tim Buckley's manager Herb Cohen, he signed with Columbia, recruited a band, and recorded what would be his only studio album, Grace, in 1994. In 2004, Rolling Stone listed him at number 39 on their list of greatest singers of all time.

    On the evening of May 29, 1997, Buckley's band flew to Memphis intending to join him in his studio there to work on the newly written material. The same evening, Buckley went swimming in Wolf River Harbor, a slack water channel of the Mississippi River, while wearing boots and all of his clothing and singing the chorus of the song "Whole Lotta Love" by Led Zeppelin. Buckley had gone swimming there several times before. A roadie in Buckley's band, Keith Foti, remained onshore. After moving a radio and guitar out of reach of the wake from a passing tugboat, Foti looked up to see that Buckley had vanished. Despite a determined rescue effort that night, Buckley remained missing. On June 4, two locals spotted his body in the Wolf River near a riverboat, and he was brought to land.

    Buckley's autopsy showed no signs of drugs or alcohol in his system, and the death was ruled as an accidental drowning. The following statement was released from the Buckley estate:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jeff_Buckley

    In Canada on Zoomer Radio they have The Leonard Show a tribute to Leonard Cohen who passed away recently. They played this version of Hallelujah by Jeff Buckley who was taken tragically too early in life. 

  • Happy Days are Here Again - Annette Hans...
    by George Freund on November 9, 2016 at 4:39 PM
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    A popular song in the Trump camp.

  • Roy Rogers sings "DON'T FENCE ME IN" in ...
    by George Freund on August 14, 2016 at 5:23 PM
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    As a parody to the fence issue in the 2016 federal election, we contribute Don't Fence Me In. It appears Comrade Hillary has a 10 foot fence surrounding her home in New York. I guess this song is banned from being played there.

    Of note Roy is carrying his trade mark Colt Single Action Army pistols and can shoot straight and ride a horse while being a symbol of what was right and decent in America. We better keep Hillary fenced in. She can't speak the truth or probably ride the horse or shoot straight.  

    https://borepatch.blogspot.ca/2010/06/roy-rogers-colt-single-actions.html

    https://www.nrablog.com/articles/2016/2/roy-rogers-king-of-the-cowboys/

    Hillary Clinton's protective wall around Chappaqua estate


  • QUEEN: Another One Bites The Dust
    by George Freund on August 5, 2016 at 5:42 PM
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    In recognition of the convenient deaths around the Hillary scandals we post Hillary's favorite post assassination song by Queen Another One Bites The Dust.

    Clinton Bush Assassination Teams Revealed in Hillary's emails

    Exclusive, explosive breaking reports from the patriot Joint U.S.-French Intelligence Task Force, operating on American soil for over 200 years.

    By Tom Heneghan International Intelligence Expert

    Sunday January 31 2016

    Clinton – Bush Assassination Teams Revealed in Hillary emails

    UNITED States of America – It can now be reported that four (4) of the now classified TOP SECRET national security emails tied to the FBI investigation of former U.S. Secretary of State NAZI neocon Hillary Rodham Clinton deal with the existence of domestic political assassination teams headquartered in Albuquerque, New Mexico with a link to the NSA-administered E-Systems out of Dallas, Texas aka Bush NAZI ‘Skull and Bones’ headquarters.

    The emails include a hit list involving patriotic U.S. citizens referred to as “loud mouths” reference individuals that believe 9/11 was an inside job aka George W. Bush FRAUD’s 9/11 NAZI German Adolf Hitler-style “Reichstag Fire”, that the war in Iraq was an illegal un Constitutional war crime that murdered millions of people and was designed to cover up the 9/11 coup d’ ‘etat versus the U.S. Constitution and the year 2000 NSA-E-Systems electoral coup d’ ‘etat versus the American People aka the year 2000 DULY ELECTED natural born REAL President of the United States, Albert Gore Jr. of Carthage, Tennessee.

    Continued at link:(

    Shawn Lucas Confirmed Dead: Found Lying On The Bathroom Floor, Did Democrats Kill Him?

    Prominent AFP Clinton Researcher Found Dead

    Joe Montano, Filipino American activist and aide to Sen. Kaine, dies at 47

    Still No Clues in Murder of DNC's Seth Rich, As Conspiracy Theories Thicken

    Well 4 out of 5 isn't too bad for a mature lady. That was just a practice run anyway.

    Armed man busted outside Trump Tower was drunk and had no plans to shoot


  • Nancy Sinatra Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me...
    by George Freund on July 22, 2016 at 9:17 PM
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    In celebration of the false flag shooting season we post one of the more appropriate hit songs Bang Bang. The NWO is going with a winner. Duck and cover, shake and shiver the big bad shooter is out to get you. It sells papers, gets viewers, makes people forget the off shore accounts of the politicians and gets the bombing started in Syria to get the number one bad guy Assad. The only thing the false flag terror cannot do is make us forget Donald Trump. There's talk Hillary watched over 6 billion missing dollars at State. Bang Bang you forgot. My baby shot me down.


    "Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down)" is the second single by American singer-actress Cher from her second studio album, The Sonny Side of Chér. Written by her then-husband Sonny Bono and released in 1966, the song reached No. 3 in the UK Singles Chart and No. 2 on the Billboard Hot 100 for a single week (behind "(You're My) Soul and Inspiration" by The Righteous Brothers), eventually becoming one of Cher's biggest-selling singles of the 1960s.

    Nancy Sinatra recorded one of the best-known covers of the song, for her 1966 album How Does That Grab You? Her version features tremolo guitar, played by her arranger, Billy Strange; and had a resurgence in popularity when it was used in the opening credits of the 2003 Quentin Tarantino film Kill Bill Volume 1. In the sequence preceding the credits, Tarantino creates a literal, bloody interpretation of the song's chorus and the third verse, about a wedding day.

    Besides Sinatra, artists who covered the song in 1966 included Stevie Wonder on his album Down to Earth, The Beau Brummels on Beau Brummels '66; Petula Clark on her album I Couldn't Live Without Your Love; and Gábor Szabó on his album Spellbinder. Sheila's version (with French lyrics by Claude Carrère and Georges Aber) became a big hit in France in the summer of 1966; Claire Lepage's French-language cover was released in Canada (as "Bang! Bang!" credited to Gilles Brown and Sonny Bono); and popular multilingual singer Dalida's French-language version (credited to Sonny Bono, Alessandro Colombini and Duilio Del Prete) appeared on a 1966 single and an album of the same name. The song was also very popular in Italy in the '60s and was covered in Italian by Dalida, Mina, and the psych bands Equipe 84 and I Corvi.


  • The Clash- Should I stay or should I go
    by George Freund on June 21, 2016 at 12:54 AM
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    NEW LINK:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wPODAzapg04

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oGIFublvDes

    EU referendum: Polls suggest Remain pulling back lead after late surge for Leave

    Faced with referendum coming on the 23rd, this should be the most popular song in Britain. 

    You can help but smell a rat. Just like in the Scottish referendum the tide swung before the ballot. Why? The answer is obvious. The intelligence services will rig the results of the vote to give Cameron his wish and the people their Waterloo. This time we lose the island kingdom to the continent and damn those who gave their lives to prevent this over the many years of conflict.

    The Clash - London Calling

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lotkzHsIuoA

    The Clash - I Fought the Law

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AL8chWFuM-s

    The Clash - Rock the Casbah

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bJ9r8LMU9bQ

    The Clash - This Is England


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ROj_1R36lX0

    The Clash - Death Or Glory

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YcOpZhQ7MEM


    The Clash were an English punk rock band that formed in 1976 as part of the original wave of British punk. Along with punk, their music incorporated elements of reggae, dub, funk, ska and rockabilly. For most of their recording career the Clash consisted of Joe Strummer (lead vocals, rhythm guitar), Mick Jones (lead guitar, lead vocals), Paul Simonon (bass guitar, vocals) and Nicky "Topper" Headon (drums, percussion). Headon left the group in 1982, and internal friction led to Jones's departure the following year. The group continued with new members, but finally disbanded in early 1986.

    The Clash achieved commercial success in the United Kingdom with the release of their debut album, The Clash, in 1977. Their third album, London Calling, released in the UK in December 1979, earned them popularity in the United States when it was released there the following month. It was declared the best album of the 1980s a decade later by Rolling Stone magazine. In 1982 they reached new heights of success with the release of Combat Rock, which spawned the US top 10 hit "Rock the Casbah", helping the album to achieve a 2× Platinum certification there. Their final album, Cut the Crap, was released in 1985.

    The Clash's politicised lyrics, musical experimentation, and rebellious attitude had a far-reaching influence on rock, alternative rock in particular. They became widely referred to as "The Only Band That Matters", originally a promotional slogan introduced by the group's record label, CBS. In January 2003, shortly after the death of Joe Strummer, the band—including original drummer Terry Chimes—were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. In 2004, Rolling Stone ranked the Clash number 28 on their list of the 100 greatest artists of all time.


  • Jim Croce - I'll Have To Say I Love You ...
    by George Freund on June 1, 2016 at 6:37 PM
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    James Joseph "Jim" Croce (January 10, 1943 - September 20, 1973) was an American folk and popular rock singer of the late 1960s and early 1970s. Between 1966 and 1973, Croce released five studio albums and 11 singles. His singles "Bad, Bad Leroy Brown" and "Time in a Bottle" both reached No. 1 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart.

    1960s

    From the mid-1960s to early 1970s, Croce performed with his wife as a duo. At first, their performances included songs by artists such as Ian and Sylvia, Gordon Lightfoot, Joan Baez, and Woody Guthrie, but in time they began writing their own music. During this time, Croce got his first long-term gig at a suburban bar and steak house in Lima, Pennsylvania, called The Riddle Paddock. His set list covered several genres, including blues, country, rock and roll, and folk.


    Croce married his wife Ingrid in 1966, and converted to Judaism, as his wife was Jewish. He and Ingrid were married in a traditional Jewish ceremony. He enlisted in the Army National Guard that same year to avoid being drafted and deployed to Vietnam, and served on active duty for four months, leaving for duty a week after his honeymoon. Croce, who was not good with authority, had to go through basic training twice. He said he would be prepared if "there's ever a war where we have to defend ourselves with mops".


    In 1968, the Croces were encouraged by record producer Tommy West to move to New York City. The couple spent time in the Kingsbridge section of the Bronx and recorded their first album with Capitol Records. During the next two years, they drove more than 300,000 miles, playing small clubs and concerts on the college concert circuit promoting their album Jim & Ingrid Croce.


    Becoming disillusioned by the music business and New York City, they sold all but one guitar to pay the rent and returned to the Pennsylvania countryside, settling in an old farm in Lyndell, where Croce got a job driving trucks and doing construction work to pay the bills while continuing to write songs, often about the characters he would meet at the local bars and truck stops and his experiences at work; these provided the material for such songs as "Big Wheels" and "Workin' at the Car Wash Blues".

    1970s

    They returned to Philadelphia and Croce decided to be "serious" about becoming a productive member of society. "I'd worked construction crews, and I'd been a welder while I was in college. But I'd rather do other things than get burned." His determination to be "serious" led to a job at a Philadelphia R&B AM radio station, WHAT, where he translated commercials into "soul". "I'd sell airtime to Bronco's Poolroom and then write the spot: "You wanna be cool, and you wanna shoot pool ... dig it."


    In 1970, Croce met classically trained pianist-guitarist and singer-songwriter Maury Muehleisen from Trenton, New Jersey, through producer Joe Salviuolo. Salviuolo and Croce had been friends when they studied Villanova University, and Salviuolo had met Muehleisen when he was teaching at Glassboro State College in New Jersey. Salviuolo brought Croce and Muehleisen together at the production office of Tommy West and Terry Cashman in New York City. Croce at first backed Muehleisen on guitar, but gradually their roles reversed, with Muehleisen adding lead guitar to Croce's music.

    In 1972, Croce signed a three-record contract with ABC Records, releasing two albums, You Don't Mess Around with Jim and Life and Times. The singles "You Don't Mess Around with Jim", "Operator (That's Not the Way It Feels)", and "Time in a Bottle" (written for his then-unborn son, A. J. Croce[citation needed]) all received airplay. Croce's biggest single, "Bad, Bad Leroy Brown", reached Number 1 on the American charts in July 1973. Also that year, the Croces moved to San Diego, California.

    Croce began touring the United States with Muehleisen, performing in large coffee houses, on college campuses, and at folk festivals. However, Croce's financial situation was still bad. The record company had fronted him the money to record his album, and much of what it earned went to pay back the advance. In February 1973, Croce and Muehleisen traveled to Europe, promoting the album in London, Paris, and Amsterdam, receiving positive reviews. Croce now began appearing on television, including his national debut on American Bandstand[14] on August 12, 1972, The Tonight Show on August 14, 1972, The Dick Cavett Show on September 20/21 1972, The Helen Reddy Show airing July 19, 1973 and the newly launched The Midnight Special, which he co-hosted airing June 15. From July 16 through August 4, 1973, Croce and Muehleisen returned London and performed on The Old Grey Whistle Test. Croce finished recording the album I Got a Name just one week before his death. While on his tours, Croce grew increasingly homesick, and decided to take a break from music and settle with his wife and infant son when his Life and Times tour ended. In a letter to his wife which arrived after his death, Croce told her he had decided quit music and stick to writing short stories and movie scripts as a career, and withdraw from public life.

    Death

    On Thursday, September 20, 1973, during Croce's Life and Times tour and the day before his ABC single "I Got a Name" was released, Croce, Muehleisen, and five others died when their chartered Beechcraft E18S crashed into a tree, while taking off from the Natchitoches Regional Airport in Natchitoches, Louisiana. Others killed in the crash were pilot Robert N. Elliott, comedian George Stevens, manager and booking agent Kenneth D. Cortose, and road manager Dennis Rast. Croce had just completed a concert at Northwestern State University's Prather Coliseum in Natchitoches and was flying to Sherman, Texas, for a concert at Austin College. The plane crashed an hour after the concert. Jim Croce was 30 years old.


    An investigation showed the plane crashed after clipping a pecan tree at the end of the runway. The pilot had failed to gain sufficient altitude to clear the tree and had not tried to avoid it, even though it was the only tree in the area. It was dark, but there was a clear sky, calm winds, and over five miles of visibility with haze. The report from the NTSB named the probable cause as the pilot's failure to see the obstruction because of his physical impairment and the fog reducing his vision. 57-year-old Elliott suffered from severe coronary artery disease and had run three miles to the airport from a motel. He had an ATP Certificate, 14,290 hours total flight time and 2,190 hours in the Beech 18 type. A later investigation placed the sole blame on pilot error due to his downwind takeoff into a "black hole"—severe darkness limiting use of visual references.

    Jim Croce was buried at Haym Salomon Memorial Park in Frazer, Pennsylvania.

    TIME IN A BOTTLE

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fyTfbtZeGeU

    I Got A Name

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hHVBzLGAIbU&list=PLTlGpE4OYS4XgwBz6Ta2viv5j3whIBDZC

    Photographs And Memories

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4nacZxGGciY&index=7&list=PLTlGpE4OYS4XgwBz6Ta2viv5j3whIBDZC

    A Long Time Ago

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WfjjMvbH5I4&list=PLTlGpE4OYS4XgwBz6Ta2viv5j3whIBDZC&index=13

    Alabama rain

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kio002YGGUE

    Dreamin' Again

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DUbhU0nBf4g

    These Dreams

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oELFuOJX4zo

    IT DOESN'T HAVE TO BE THAT WAY

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rEKdzyBJ6Vw


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