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Subject: Re: Buddy Holly's place in history

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Date Posted: Wed November 18, 2015 09:18:15
In reply to: Mike 's message, "Re: Buddy Holly's place in history" on Wed November 18, 2015 05:05:06

Remember when Jerry Lee did Shakespeare?

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One of the critics said:

"Jerry Lee stole the show. He prowled the stage, speaking Shakespeare's poetry in perfect meter, but with no concern to conceal or even to temper his own Louisiana accent. The bright green-and-gold grand piano stood onstage throughout the play, and Jerry Lee not only sat at it to pump the songs that Ray Pohlman had written for him and for the seventeen-piece orchestra in the pit, but also to rake and hammer and tinkle in punctuation of his spoken lines, the most evil of Shakespeare's imaginings. (He fooled with the lines occasionally, as on two evenings, coming upon the corpse of Roderigo in Act V, he howled "Great balls of fire! My friend, Roderigo!")"

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Re: Buddy Holly's place in historydriftwoodWed November 18, 2015 17:58:21
    Re: Buddy Holly's place in historyMikeThu November 19, 2015 05:49:01

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