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For Your Enjoyment - Music & Stuff

I hope the information provided on this website was helpful 

in your quest for achieving financial & physical health.


As a thank you, I have put together a collection of musical artists; along with interesting & cool videos, that I think you will enjoy. There is even a "Blast from the Past" 1980's band.


The four young artists featured below are new to the music scene, but have generated a huge following on youtube over the past few years. I am sure after listening to their music, you will understand why.

Featured Musical Artists

"Shining Star" - The Manhattans

Stan Taylor is a singer/musician from California who has covered many R&B classics from the 60's, 70's, & 80's.


His soulful renditions of these classic songs pay homage to these iconic artists through his "Classic Series" collection.

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From Stan Taylor

(R&B and Soul)

"The Pretender" - Foo Fighters

The Warning is a rock band that was formed in 2013 by three young sisters

from Monterrey, Mexico. 


The three sisters love rock music and

have covered classic rock songs from 

the 80's & 90's. They have also released two original rock albums. 

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From The Warning

(Rock)

"Top of the World" - The Carpenters

Shane Ericks is an acclaimed musician, singer-songwriter, and an international performing artist. She covers classic rock and pop songs - including the Carpenters, and is considered the Karen Carpenter of the Philippines.

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From Shane Ericks

(Lite-Rock)

"The Show Must Go On" - Queen

Angelina Jordan is a young singer from Norway, who enjoys singing jazz and has covered artists, such as; Billie Holiday, Dinah Washington, Louis Armstrong, 

and Frank Sinatra.


In 2014, at the age of 7, Angelina won Norway's Got Talent; and competed in America's Got Talent in 2020.

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From Angelina Jordan

(Jazz)

Just Because: Cool & Interesting Stuff

Talks about his gift to teachers - by request

Beau is a southern journalist who is tired of a lack of common sense.


From his north Florida (south of Alabama) workshop, Beau talks about the historical significance of current events.  


Many history teachers send topic requests for him to discuss and explain for their students.

Talks about the "possible" end of capitalism

Talks about Universal Basic Income (UBI)

Talks about the meaning behind the $1,200 stimulus check

Talks about the state of our education system and teachers

Beau of the Fifth Column's YouTube Channel

The Future

Check out a young Wink Martindale (host of the 1980's game show Tic-Tac-Dough) working at his "home video screen system".

Blast From The Past: Do You Remember...?

Before there was MTV, there was THE MIDNIGHT SPECIAL - 1975

                                                                                 1- The Bee Gees - Nights On Broadway

                                                                                 2- Peter Frampton - Show Me The Way

                                                                                 3- Helen Reddy - I Am Woman

                                                                                 4- KC & The Sunshine Band - That's The Way I Like It

                                                                                 5- Rod Stewart - You Wear It Well

                                                                                 6- Earth, Wind & Fire - Shining Star

                                                                                 7- Orleans - Dance With Me

                                                                                 8- Natalie Cole - This Will Be (An Everlasting Love)

                                                                                 9- Barry Manilow - Could It Be Magic

                                                                               10- Ohio Players - Love Rollercoaster

                                                                               11- Olivia Newton-John - Have You Never Been Mellow

                                                                               12- Glen Campbell - Rhinestone Cowboy

                                                                               13- Aretha Franklin & Ray Charles - It Takes Two To Tango

                                                                               14- Minnie Riperton - Lovin' You

                                                                               15- Kiss - Black Diamond (Yes, THAT Kiss!)

One of the most UNDERRATED rock bands from the 1980's.

    Triumph was a Canadian rock band that formed in 1975. 

    The band gained popularity between 1977 and 1988 and

    were known for their extravagant live performances.

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From Triumph

Legends of Entertainment

Sammy Davis Jr. and Jerry Lewis perform in 1988 

at the Bally's Casino in Las Vegas, NV.

Sammy Davis Jr. stars in the 1978 musical, "Stop The World, I Want To Get Off"

"Gonna Build a Mountain"

"What Kind of Fool Am I"

Sammy sings a medley of hits on The Carol Burnett Show (1970's)

Sammy Davis Jr. Documentary - "I've Gotta Be Me" 

Sammy Davis Jr. was arguably 

the GREATEST - most talented - entertainer of the 20th century.