1. Sly and the Family Stone - Thank You (Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin) / 1973?, 1974? [numberonesongs4444]

     
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    Eve Arnold - A nurse listens to a foetal heartbeat. SOUTH AFRICA. Zululand. // From ‘All In A Days Work’. 1973. [***] / [***]

    Eve Arnold - A nurse listens to a foetal heartbeat. SOUTH AFRICA. Zululand. // From ‘All In A Days Work’. 1973. [***] / [***]

     
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    Paul Davis designed the poster for Joseph Papp’s 1976 production of “The ThreePenny Opera,” by Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weil, starring Raul Julia as Mack, and performed at the 1976 New York Shakespeare Festival. [***]

    Paul Davis designed the poster for Joseph Papp’s 1976 production of “The ThreePenny Opera,” by Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weil, starring Raul Julia as Mack, and performed at the 1976 New York Shakespeare Festival. [***]

     
  4. Jim Dickinson - O how she dances / Dixie Fried, 1972

     
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    © Barbara Klemm - Leonid Brezhnev, Erich Honecker, East Berlin, 1979 [***]

    © Barbara Klemm - Leonid Brezhnev, Erich Honecker, East Berlin, 1979 [***]

     
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    David Hume Kennerly/Getty Images - Leonid Brezhnev, General Secretary of the Soviet Communist Party and President of the USSR, 1975 in Helsinki Finland. [***] / [***]

    David Hume Kennerly/Getty Images - Leonid Brezhnev, General Secretary of the Soviet Communist Party and President of the USSR, 1975 in Helsinki Finland. [***] / [***]

     
  7. Η ζωή συνεχίζεται σε βάρος της ζωής. Μόνοι μας μετρούμε τον χρόνο, μόνοι μας του βάζουμε αριθμούς, εξ ιδίων τοποθετούμε ορόσημα και οδόσημα, οι μόνοι που μας χρειαζόμαστε είμαστε εμείς οι ίδιοι.
    — Π.Θ.
     
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    Photo: Paul Schmulbach/Ron Galella Ltd. - Marlon Brando and Ron Galella, November 26, 1974 [***] / [***]

    Photo: Paul Schmulbach/Ron Galella Ltd. - Marlon Brando and Ron Galella, November 26, 1974 [***] / [***]

     
  9. Saturday Night Live / 1979 / Superhero Party // Lois Lane - Margot Kidder / Superman/Clark Kent - Bill Murray / Beverly - Gilda Radner / The Flash - Dan Aykroyd / Lana Lang - Jane Curtin / The Hulk - John Belushi / Cookie Hulk - Laraine Newman / Antman - Garrett Morris [***] / [SNL/yt]

     
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    ‘Live, From the House of Souvlaki …’ / photograph by Kenneth Siegel/Collection of New-York Historical Society - Bill Murray (+ Jane Curtin) / 1975 [***]

    ‘Live, From the House of Souvlaki …’ / photograph by Kenneth Siegel/Collection of New-York Historical Society - Bill Murray (+ Jane Curtin) / 1975 [***]

     
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    ‘Live, From the House of Souvlaki …’ / photograph by Kenneth Siegel/Collection of New-York Historical Society - John Belushi + policemen / 1975 [***] 

“Cops especially loved [John] Belushi [center]. He’s from Chicago, and he had that pugnacious quality, but they still loved him. If we made fun of cops on the show, it was always in jest, never mean or cruel. At the time, there were pot-smoking or cocaine jokes, something about coming in from customs. The show was becoming a New York thing, and the cops had their own New York identity on the show. They liked that.” —Tom Schiller, “Saturday Night Live” writer

    ‘Live, From the House of Souvlaki …’ / photograph by Kenneth Siegel/Collection of New-York Historical Society - John Belushi + policemen / 1975 [***]

    “Cops especially loved [John] Belushi [center]. He’s from Chicago, and he had that pugnacious quality, but they still loved him. If we made fun of cops on the show, it was always in jest, never mean or cruel. At the time, there were pot-smoking or cocaine jokes, something about coming in from customs. The show was becoming a New York thing, and the cops had their own New York identity on the show. They liked that.”

    —Tom Schiller, “Saturday Night Live” writer
     
  12. The Olympia Cafe was a fictional diner or greasy spoon featured in a recurring Saturday Night Live sketch. The staff, led by the late John Belushi as Pete Dionasopolis, were Greeks. As various guest stars discovered, only three items on the long menu could actually be ordered successfully: the cheeseburger (memorably pronounced “Cheezborger” by Belushi), chips (pronounced “Cheep”), and Pepsi. Attempts to order Coke were invariably met with the retort, “No Coke! Pepsi!” Likewise, those who ordered french fries got the response, “No fries! Cheep!” According to Don Novello, who penned the first Olympia Cafe sketch, the diner was based on the Billy Goat Tavern on Lower North Michigan Avenue in Chicago, which is still operating (and part of a small chain). Olympia is a Greek town after which many restaurants were named. John Belushi’s father owned a cafe called the “Olympia” in the 1960s. During the 1970s, there was a real-life Olympia Cafe on the Upper West Side of Manhattan which was very similar to the diner in the sketch. / 1978-79 [***]

    Pete Dionasopolis - John Belushi / George - Dan Aykroyd / Nico - Bill Murray / Sandy - Laraine Newman / 1st Female Customer - Jane Curtin / Male Customer - Garrett Morris / John Pittman - Walter Matthau / Lambrose “Larry” Petropopolis - Brian Doyle-Murray / 2nd Female Customer - Gilda Radner / Linda - Rosie Shuster / Larry’s Assistant - Alan Zweibel / Mike - Don Novello

     
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  14. Jimmy Cliff - Sitting in Limbo (Gully Bright/Jimmy Cliff) // 1971

    "Cliff turned [Sitting in Limbo] into a virtual mini-epic. Its upbeat rhythm is carried by a nyahbinghi-style drum, the soothing melody is shared by ever more instruments, starting in an almost pastoral mood, but progressively gathering strength, crescendoing with brass accents, backing vocals, and ever more sweeping keyboards. Cliff’s delivery is nigh-on perfect, quiet, but drawing from an inner strength that makes clear that this period of limbo will be short-lived.” —Jo-Ann Greene [***]
     
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    τι του είπαν και ξεκαρδίστηκε; [***]

    τι του είπαν και ξεκαρδίστηκε; [***]