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  1. Ulitzer95

    UK Singles Chart

    Cheers, added! I did try and search for him using the Cincinnati link. Couldn’t find a match. Perhaps Clyde is an adopted name or a nickname.
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    UK Singles Chart

    D (part 4/4) The Doobie Brothers Wiki American rock band from San Jose, California, formed in 1970, inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2020 Jeff "Skunk" Baxter 13 Dec 1948 – Living John Hartman 18 Mar 1950 – Living Michael Hossack 17 Oct 1946 – 12 Mar 2012 (65) Independent obit Tom Johnston 15 Aug 1948 – Living Keith Knudsen 18 Feb 1948 – 08 Feb 2005 (56) Independent obit Michael McDonald 12 Feb 1952 – Living Tiran Porter 26 Sep 1948 – Living Patrick Simmons 19 Oct 1948 – Living 09/03/1974 Listen to the Music #29 07/06/1975 Take Me in Your Arms #29 17/02/1979 What a Fool Believes #31 14/07/1979 Minute by Minute #47 The Dooleys Wiki UK pop group from Illford, Essex comprising of siblings of the Dooley family, Bob Walsh was married to Anne Dooley Alan Bogan 1953 – Living Anne Dooley 1954 – Living Frank Dooley 1953 – Living Helen Dooley 1961 – Living Jim Dooley 1947 – Living John Dooley 1949 – Living Kathy Dooley 1956 – Living Bob Walsh c. 1948 – Living 13/08/1977 Think I'm Gonna Fall in Love with You #13 12/11/1977 Love of My Life #9 13/05/1978 Don't Take it Lyin' Down #60 02/09/1978 A Rose has to Die #11 10/02/1979 Honey I'm Lost #24 16/06/1979 Wanted #3 22/09/1979 The Chosen Few #7 Val Doonican 03 Feb 1928 – 01 Jul 2015 (88) Guardian obit Wiki Irish traditional pop, novelty and easy listening singer, hosted a popular television series in the late 1970s to early 1980s 04/12/1971 Morning #12 10/03/1973 Heaven is My Woman's Love #34 The Doors Wiki American rock band from Los Angeles, California, inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1993, Morrison moved to Paris to write poetry but was found dead in the bath at his apartment in July 1971, although drugs were believed to have been involved it is now accepted that he in fact drowned after experiencing heart failure from respiratory distress related to his asthma, his gravesite in Paris has since become a popular attraction site John Densmore 01 Dec 1944 – Living Robby Krieger 08 Jan 1946 – Living Ray Manzarek 12 Feb 1939 – 20 May 2013 (74) Guardian obit Jim Morrison 08 Dec 1943 – 03 Jul 1971 (27) Rolling Stone obit 16/10/1971 Riders on the Storm #22 20/03/1976 Riders on the Storm (re-release) #33 03/02/1979 Hello, I Love You (re-release) #71 Charlie Dore 1956 – Living Wiki UK folk and pop singer-songwriter, composer and actress from Pinner, Middlesex 17/11/1979 Pilot of the Airwaves #66 Carl Douglas 10 May 1942 – Living Wiki Jamaican disco singer from Kingston 17/08/1974 Kung Fu Fighting #1 30/11/1974 Dance the Kung Fu #35 03/12/1977 Run Back #25 Carol Douglas 07 Apr 1948 – Living Wiki American disco and R&B singer from Brooklyn, New York City 22/07/1978 Night Fever #66 Cover of a single by Bee Gees Don Downing 1942 – Living Discogs American disco singer from Texas, brother of R&B singer Al Downing (1940–2005) 10/11/1973 Lonely Days, Lonely Nights #32 Charlie Drake 19 Jun 1925 – 23 Dec 2006 (81) Guardian obit Wiki UK comedian, singer and actor from Elephant and Castle, London, known for his catchphrase "Hello, my darlings!" 01/01/1972 Puckwudgie #47 Eddie Drennon and B.B.S. Unlimited 1940 – Living Wiki American R&B, pop, disco and Latin musician, songwriter and record producer from Newark, New Jersey 28/02/1976 Let's do the Latin Hustle #20 The Drifters Wiki American doo-wop, R&B and soul group from New York City, New York, inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1988, their lineup changed consistently largely owing to the fact that they were one of the lowest paid vocal groups at the time, Lewis was a heroin user and died of a drug overdose in May 1964, King went on to have successful solo career, Clyde McPhatter was an early member Clyde Brown c. 1946 – Living Bill Davis (aka Abdul Samad) 08 Sep 1917 – 26 Nov 2006 (89) Ancestry page Bill Fredericks 23 Aug 1941 – 28 Apr 1999 (57) Independent obit Doc Green 08 Nov 1934 – 10 Mar 1989 (54) LA Times obit Elsbeary Hobbs 04 Aug 1936 – 31 May 1996 (59) NY Times obit Rudy Lewis 23 Aug 1936 – 20 May 1964 (27) FindAGrave memorial Johnny Moore 15 Dec 1934 – 30 Dec 1998 (64) Independent obit Gene Pearson 15 Sep 1935 – 06 Apr 2000 (64) Johnny Terry n/a – deceased Mention of death Charlie Thomas 07 April 1937 – Living 25/03/1972 At the Club / Saturday Night at the Movies #3 Originally released in 1965 and 1964, respectively 26/08/1972 Come on Over to My Place #9 Originally released in 1965 04/08/1973 Like Sister and Brother #7 15/06/1974 Kissin' in the Back Row of the Movies #2 12/10/1974 Down on the Beach Tonight #7 08/02/1975 Love Games #33 06/09/1975 There Goes My First Love #3 29/11/1975 Can I Take You Home Little Girl #10 13/03/1976 Hello Happiness #12 11/09/1976 Every Nite's a Saturday Night with You #29 18/12/1976 You're More Than a Number in My Little Red Book #5 14/04/1979 Save the Last Dance For Me (re-release) / When My Little Girl is Smiling (re-release) NB: Added probable lineups using the Wiki section for At the Club / Saturday Night at the Movies, Come on Over to My Place and the re-releases in 1979, Fredericks sung lead vocals on Like Sister and Brother, Johnny Moore sung lead on Kissin' in the Back Row of the Movies, Down on the Beach Tonight, Love Games, There Goes My First Love, Can I Take You Home Little Girl, Hello Happiness and Every Nite's a Saturday Night with You, and Moore and Brown shared lead vocals on Every Nite's a Saturday Night with You. Missing info for the full lineups from 1973 through 1976. Driver 67 Discogs UK pop group which was actually an alias for members of the band Tax Loss Richard Burgess 29 Jun 1949 – Living Paul Phillips 01 Jan 1949 – Living Pete Zorn 29 May 1950 – 19 Apr 2016 (65) Scotsman obit 23/12/1978 Car 67 #7 Drupi 10 Aug 1947 – Living Wiki Italian pop rock singer from Pavia 01/12/1973 Vado Via #17 John Du Cann 02 Jun 1946 – 21 Sep 2011 (65) Independent obit Wiki UK singer and guitarist from Leicester, also a member of band Atomic Rooster 22/09/1979 Don't be a Dummy #33 Duffo 1956 – Living Wiki Australian glam rock and pop singer from Melbourne, Victoria, real name Geoff Duff 24/03/1979 Give Me Back Me Brain #60 David Dundas 02 Jun 1945 – Living Wiki UK pop singer and actor from Oxford, an aristocrat and formally styled Lord Dundas as the second son of the 3rd Marquess of Zetland (1908–1989) 24/07/1976 Jeans on #3 09/04/1977 Another Funny Honeymoon #29 Errol Dunkley 06 Feb 1951 – Living Wiki Jamaican reggae and rocksteady singer from Kingston 22/09/1979 O.K. Fred #11 Clive Dunn 09 Jan 1920 – 06 Nov 2012 (92) Guardian obit Wiki UK actor, comedian and singer from Brixton, London, best known for his role of Lance Corporal Jones in the BBC sitcom Dad's Army, awarded an OBE in 1975 28/11/1970 Grandad #1 Ian Dury and the Blockheads Wiki (Dury) / Wiki (Blockheads) UK new wave and post-punk band from London, formed in 1977 Charlie Charles 17 May 1945 – 05 Sep 1990 (45) Mention of death Ian Dury 12 May 1942 – 27 Mar 2000 (57) Guardian obit Mick Gallagher 29 Oct 1945 – Living Chaz Jankel 16 Apr 1952 – Living Davey Payne 11 Aug 1944 – Living John Turnbull 27 Aug 1950 – Living Norman Watt-Roy 15 Feb 1951 – Living 29/04/1978 What a Waste #9 09/12/1978 Hit Me with Your Rhythm Stick #1 Released as Ian and The Blockheads 11/08/1979 Reasons to be Cheerful, Part 3 #3 Bob Dylan 24 May 1941 – Living Wiki American folk, blues and rock singer-songwriter from Duluth, Minnesota, also known as an author and artist, became a central part of the civil rights movement and the anti-war movement, has sold more than 100 million records to date, inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1988, awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature in 2016 10/07/1971 Watching the River Flow #24 06/10/1973 Knockin' on Heaven's Door #14 07/02/1976 Hurricane #43 Dedicated to boxer Rubin "Hurricane" Carter (1937–2014) 20/05/1978 Is Your Love in Vain #56 29/07/1978 Baby Stop Crying #13 Dynasty Wiki American funk and disco band from Los Angeles, California, Nidra Beard and Leon Sylvers married in 1981 Nidra Beard 12 Aug 1952 – Living Linda Carriere 04 Aug 1952 – Living Ernest "Pepper" Reed 26 Jul 1955 – 15 Sep 1999 (44) FindAGrave memorial William Shelby c. 1957 – Living Kevin Spencer 30 Jun 1955 – Living Leon Sylvers III 7 Mar 1953 – Living 13/10/1979 I Don't Want to be a Freak (but I Can't Help Myself) #20 Ronnie Dyson 05 Jun 1950 – 10 Nov 1990 (40) FindAGrave memorial Wiki American soul and R&B singer and actor from Washington D.C. 04/12/1971 When You Get Right Down to it #34
  3. Ulitzer95

    UK Singles Chart

    Chant's death confirmed via his family. I pulled the rest of the details from Ancestry. Sadly means all of the original Wurzels are deceased.
  4. Ulitzer95

    Political Frailty

    Chiu Chuang-huan (try saying that with a mouthful of noodles), Vice Premier of Taiwan (81–84) dead at 94.
  5. Ulitzer95

    Songwriters

    I wonder what the cause of death was? I WAH-WAH-WAH-wonderrr.
  6. Ulitzer95

    The 100 Club

    My money’s on 49. Lad’s just had a tough paper round.
  7. Ulitzer95

    American Football Players

    Twitter reporting the death of “Little Joe” Arenas aged 94. Played for the San Fran 49ers from 51–57, with a kick average the 9th best in NFL history.
  8. Ulitzer95

    Deadpool Detective Work

    Wow, what an ace find! I'll reach out to her. All I know of him was that he was a pub landlord in Bristol. I assumed long dead, but maybe not! Cheers Spade.
  9. Ulitzer95

    Poker Players

    Reminder that Henry Orenstein still breathes and will be 97 on 13th September. As well as a Poker Hall of Fame player, he's a Holocaust survivor and a multi-millionaire toymaker who holds the patents to 100s of toylines, including Transformers and Johnny Lightning. I think I'm right in saying he's the oldest living professional poker player(?) But this isn't one of my "areas", anyone know of any others who are at least 85+?
  10. Ulitzer95

    Deadpool Detective Work

    Whilst I'm here... Jeanne Manet, French actress from Hollywood's Golden era and supposed centenarian, who has been mentioned on these forums several times, is dead. Here's the working: 1) Manet's real name is Gilberte Lachmann and she was born in Hovilles, France. Wiki listed a DOB of 28th June 1918, which is wrong as shown below and presumably came from IMDb. 2) This newspaper clipping mentions that she was at one-point married to American OSS officer Pat Hurst. 3) Using the magic that is Ancestry, this New York State Passenger List from 1959 details a Gilberte M. Hurst born 27 Nov 1917 in Hovilles, France. 4) Using the relatively new MatchID website which holds the complete French birth and death records on it, there's a Gilberte Marcelle Lachmann b. 27 Nov 1917, Hovilles France who died on 15 Jan 2012, aged 94 in Nogent-le-Rotrou, France. So, not a centenarian but did reach a fair age. Another one that evaded our attention at the time and led us to believe she was a centenarian. IMDb is a shit site that has a lot to answer for in terms of its erroneous bio details. If anyone has anymore French names who are in limbo, please fire them my way and using Ancestry/MatchID, I'll try and get you an answer.
  11. Ulitzer95

    UK Singles Chart

    Entry updated for The Wurzels (60s lineup) to reflect Walker's death. Now, if anybody knows what happened to accordionist Reg Chant, we'll have the full set, and you'll be my best mate.
  12. Ulitzer95

    Deadpool Detective Work

    Bristol Post has his lifespan in this short death notice here: "Brian Henry Northcote Walker Brian Henry Northcote Walker. Northcote of Hinton Blewett, Somerset. March 22, 1926 - May 15, 2020. Much loved husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather, illustrator, writer, cyclist and occasional musician. Donations, if desired, for the Alzheimer's Society and Alzheimer's Research, may be sent to Bryan G. Bishop Funeral Service, Farrington Road, Paulton, Bristol. BS39 7LW." @Spade_Cooley, the only Wurzel from the 60s lineup who is now in limbo is Reg Chant, the accordionist. Could I ask you to please message the user who contacted you and ask if they're aware of his fate?
  13. Ulitzer95

    The 100 Club

    Kind of off topic but meh, shoot me... still more constructive than discussing whether the Grim Reaper is like “an enema”. The number of centenarians is decreasing to a notable extent in the UK. The ONS stats now have the centenarian numbers published up to 2018. It has fallen to around 13,000 individuals. Sounds like a lot but it has been considerably higher before. The reason is attributed to the sharp fall in births during WWI. Life expectancy also remains fairly static, so we shouldn’t expect to see an increase for a few years at least.
  14. Ulitzer95

    how long till' the next hit ?

    July 5th.
  15. Ulitzer95

    40. Carl Reiner

    Was watching this clip of a 2017 panel discussion between Reiner, Mel Brooks, Norman Lear and Dick Van Dyke recently. Thought Lear looked the most frail out of the lot but Reiner is the first to go. Worth mentioning also that out of the huge cast of It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World (1963), only Barrie Chase (b. 1933) and Nicholas Georgiade (b. 1933) are still alive.
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