You Needed Me - Perry Como - Perry Como Live On Tour (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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McManus was the typical baddy. In which I consider all the electrical devices that we now have, some battery operated. After my initial comments in [] My Lovely Mobile! There are so many things available today. How did we manage without them? For most of them, we just managed without, while for others we had some obviously primitive alternatives. I have tried to list them all, in alphabetical order! It came into some offices originally to stop the computers LP over-heating; and it has now become fairly standard in cars.

We managed without it. We just managed with less cash. People were much more often paid in cash and we did a lot less spending money or shopping. You could get money by queueing up in a bank, if you could get there during their quite restricted opening hours.

More later about banks and money. Now the trend is going away from cash. Many people will use a credit card for every little purchase. The shop assistant served you and so knew what you were buying. If you bought more than one thing, the assistant had to work out the total by mental arithmetic, perhaps helped with some pencil and paper calculations. I remember once, much later than the Sixties, buying ten batteries at an upmarket department store. The poor assistant had a lot of difficulty.

When you bought a round of drinks at a bar, it was hectic. The barman or barmaid could only work out then total by mental arithmetic, with a bit of guesswork. As in many shops as well as all the mental arithmetic they had to know all the prices. You could amuse yourself by buying the same round again and seeing whether the total charged was the same.

It was usually a bit different. LP had cash registersmechanical machines that enabled the assistant to indicate the total price. The price came up, a bell rang and the till drawer opened. We did make bread at home, without mixers. It took a lot more time and work. See Food Mixers. Calculators only came into schools in the mid-sixties. When I look at banking, I will explain how they managed some of their calculations. You can appreciate that one reason that banks closed at pm was to give staff time to reconcile all their figures the slow way before going home.

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We had old-fashioned manual keys, one for the doors and one for the engine. You had to unlock and lock each door separately. We managed without them.

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Cooking was more of an adventure. Lots to come about cooking. Temperature in an oven depended on which shelf was used. We had a gas oven and there were no glass doors.

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They were considered to be expensive. Why would we need the Internet with no Computersno Mobile Phones …. There were simple electric irons but they were not steam irons. Ironing was much more difficult. We even had a couple of old non-electric irons at our house. Make sure your selection starts and ends within the same node. All News Daily Roundup. Album Reviews Song Reviews. Song Lyrics.

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8 thoughts on “You Needed Me - Perry Como - Perry Como Live On Tour (Vinyl, LP, Album)”

  1. Perry Como didn't do but a few 'Live Tour' performances, which makes this a Rare Find for hearing Perry perform and interact with some good humor before a live audience. It's a Quality Re-Mastering for this Hour-Length 's Concert recording a well-done & clear sampling of Perry's Signature Hits -- recorded on the eve of his 47th Wedding Anniversary/5(26).

  2. Please note that this release does not have a barcode on the rear cover. For the barcoded AQL release, please see Perry Como - Perry Como Live On Tour. Recorded at The Mill Run Theatre, Niles, Illinois, July 29, 30, 31, Mastered at Tape One. ℗ RCA Corporation. Publishers: A & B - Budd Music Ltd./Campbell Connelly & Co. Ltd.

  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Perry Como Live On Tour on Discogs. Label: RCA - AQL • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Canada • Genre: Jazz, Pop • Style: Ballad, Vocal, Easy Listening.

  4. Perry Como - Perry Como Live On Tour - Music CDs & Vinyl Hello, Sign in. Account & Lists Account Returns & Orders. Cart All /5(26).

  5. Mar 21,  · Perry Como recorded this live version of "You Needed Me" in July "You Needed Me" was written by Randy Goodrum; it was a No.1 single for Anne Murray in

  6. Mar 10,  · "Perry Como" and "live" are words that don't seem to go together, but like so many other singers of his generation, he cut his teeth on-stage. Live on Tour was recorded long after those formative performances, capturing a run of shows given in Chicago in July of and appearing the following year on RCA. In other words, it's a portrait of Como in winter, a singer still in possession of his 7/

  7. Apr 20,  · Recorded in July at Chicago’s 1,seat in-the-round Mill Run Theatre and produced by nine-time Grammy winner Mike Berniker (producer of Barbra Streisand’s first three LPs and numerous cast recordings), Live on Tour preserves a homecoming show for Como; he began his career singing with The Ted Weems Orchestra at the Windy City’s historic Palmer House in The album .

  8. Perry Como Live On Tour was Perry Como's 27th 12" long-play album for RCA Records and his second live album. It was rereleased on CD in by Real Gone Music.. Track listing. Side One. Como medley "Till the End of Time" "Round and Round" "Catch a Falling Star" "Prisoner of Love" "Temptation" "Hot Diggity" "It's Impossible" "Where or When" (music by Richard Rodgers and lyrics by .

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