Initially, I wasn’t going to do a video on streaming services, ’cause I’ve already touched a little bit on them in my earlier blog posts. However, the way technology is going, I feel that the “vintage” community needs to talk about this more. Yes, I understand the whole nostalgic feeling of buying an actual album in the stores, etc., etc., but these experiences are slowly fading away. They’re not gone, just moving in to the digital world (we’re the belong, archived and preserved). As physical resources for vintage nostalgia seems to dwindle before our eyes at a rapid pace, they’ve thankfully found a new home in the cyber-sphere. Where do you buy your classic music? Are you utilizing all of the various digital services that now have a growing library of vintage films and movies? Which one of these services are the best? I go over just a couple of today’s popular music services, and discuss why I have chosen Rhapsody to be my primary music service.
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Hey guys, been a long time since I’ve made a video. This weekend, I am paying tribute to Booker T. Washington.[correction: I was tired when I made the video; it’s Hampton Institute, not Hamston..LOL
The Terrorist (1974) Sean Connery. Tonight’s vintage commercial is Crest toothpaste.
Tonight, VintageNewscast honors Jimmy Cliff.
Hey guys, I’m back with more classic commentaries that includes “The New Zoo Revue” and “Captain America”. This video also includes my new segment “Paying Tribute”. The “Paying Tribute” honors an exceptional media personality, be it performer, actor, poet, politician, activist, etc for their past achievements and contributions made (dead or living); and to also introduce my young blog members a new piece of history, and or a new genre. Tonight’s celebrity focus is on Flip Wilson. Classic commercial of the week is from Mazola.
Hey guys, back with another review on two movies. A action movie called “The HIt” (1973)” staring Billy Dee Williams and Richard Pryor. Also a gangster movie called “Highway 301 (1950)” staring Gaby Andre and Steve Cochran. Enjoy.
This is my first movie review for VintageNewscast.com, hope you guys enjoy watching it. The first 2 movies i’ve reviewed are “The Earth Dies Screaming (1964)”, and “Fighting Stallions (1950)”.
Just a quick video to say hello, and to re-introduce my vintage blog . This is my first official video for my blog & youtube channel. I basically talk about my plans for my renewed video channel and blog.