I Am What I Am

Another beautiful creation from Tollerance

I Am What I Am

Please click on this link:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jAZHVE_GKwk

… and we should have the artistic slides on here soon.

Fashion gallery

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“Watch out! Here I come!” 

Last September, Dame Shirley attended a catwalk show at Julien Macdonald’s fashion house.

It was his participation in London Fashion Week, as reported here.

DSB arrives in casual.

Including a black leather motorcyclist’s jacket.

Has Shirley been burning rubber in her Mercedes-Benz?

Or Ducatti? 🙂

Yesterday When I Was Young

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From the Ed Sullivan Show

 Shirley is wearing the same peach coloured dress that she wore on The Johnny Carson Show in the same year (8 October 1971).

1971 was the last year for The Ed Sullivan Show.
 
Episode Number: 1062

Season Number: 24

 First Aired: Sunday February 28, 1971

Please click here to enjoy Shirley singing this atmospheric song of regret.

Thanks to backintime0

Thanks to Gary for the new link

Yesterday When I Was Young
Music and original French lyrics written by Charles Aznavour.
English lyrics by Herbert Kretzmer.

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Released 1970 on the album Something. Live recordings have been released on the albums:
Live In Japan 1974
Live In Japan 1977
The Birthday Concert

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The album has been re-released digitally remastered on CD and this song is available on many CD Collections too.

Bournemouth Poster

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Imagine being able to see Dame Shirley twice nightly for 6 weeks.

With prices from four shillings. That’s 20p or 39 cents.

And you got to see Nino the Wonder Dog as well!

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Not Nino

At the Winter Gardens, a 2,000-seater theatre in Bournemouth, a town and resort on the south coast of England.

I went there many times in its prime. The Beatles, Jimi Hendrix, Queen, Genesis and a host of other legends performed there.

The town’s main venue now is the BIC.

DSB performed there too, most recently in the 1990s.

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This is the beach where Shirley was photographed on the previous page “Beach Babe” on 5th February.

Thanks to Gary for the memorabilia.