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I grew up listening to Radio Luxembourg when I was a teenager in the Netherlands. I liked all the broadcasts--Dutch, German, and English. It was a great way to get good pop music. Secrets Of America - Palma Violets - Danger In The Club been great reading about Radio Luxembourg and the comments of people all over the world who loved the station as well.

Good job! Wonderful broadcast. I love Put Your Hands Up - Various - Best Of 538 Dance Smash - Summer Edition Luksemburg. I liste to radio I always liked the germam version of Radio Luxembourg better that the english one. Do you to broadcast in DRM? I one Galena Feat.

Dan-E - All We Need Is Love inportant question for you: When do you broadcast your english version of Radio Luxembourg? Have just found your site and it is a real treat to read all that has gone on over the years,I first listened to as a kid when the war ended and then on and off untill I came out here in Turn back the clock!!!! Well he got her to do a duet Intro/Tuning - Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band* - Rising High In New York (DVD) him on the phone and of coarse it went out over the air waves,he had a good voice and I think he was married to Pearl Carr,either that or they sang together.

Thank You! Jimmy will be buried the following day in the North Yorkshire seaside resort of Scarborough, which he loved and where he also had a flat overlooking the North Sea. The veteran DJ started his broadcasting career on Radio Luxembourg in In JimmySavile hosted the first episode of Top Of The Pops, and the week after its launch guested on the second edition from a Manchester Church suspended upside down from a rope with Todd Slaughter desperately hanging on the other end.

He was found at his flat in Roundhay, Leeds, on Saturday - just two days before his 85th birthday. His death came after a spell in hospital earlier this month with a suspected bout of pneumonia.

The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall led tributes to the star, who started his working life as a miner in his native Yorkshire before running a series of Im Gonna Make Him Mine (Tonight) - The Donnas - The Donnas and working as a wrestler and DJ.

I was one listeners from the early years until the beginning of the 70th. I hear now from the satellite astra 19 degrees aest in the german talk. Barry Alldis, You was the best. Top twenty every sunday and I love Del Shannon.

What a sound, what a time. Memories from a Swede boy. Fantastic radio luxembourg site, brings back memories beyond belief of total enjoyment of our youth. I wonder if you can help as I'm certain that when Simon Dee was at R Luxembourg he hosted a programme that the tag line was ," I've been trying to find the name of it so I can get a recording but to no avail!

I've been trying for years, so maybe with your brilliant archive you may be able to help! I do hope so! Anyway even if not the site is wonderful, thanks for all your work. I was an avid listener of Luxy from about through to the 80s. If there was ever a time for Luxy to return it's now, as internet radio is established! Photos: Alan Bailey Used to listen to Dan Dare every night as a schoolboy, in Newcastle on Tyne.

It was a great station, even if it faded a bit. I know Luxy from It was fantastic os the radio from the other planet Remember the spring in the first three were Sunny,ABBA and very sweet song Uncertain radio receiving was especially charming Sometimes was a success tu rekord new hits that were on hooligan wave m It was fine to lesten to"Maybe the morning"at dawn Checrfulvoices of Dgs from Radio Luxembourg will always remain in my memory.

A friend of mine recently published a news clipping, it appeared, of her mother, who won the "Miss Radio Luxembourg" contest, being kissed by Rock Hudson. I imagine she would share it if you are interested. Great sit brings back loads of memeories. Listening on the net to luxemberg, but it appears there web site has been suspended. Great memories from my childhood through my teens and into adulthood, great Radio Luxembourg. It had to be the most listened station in the British isles. I am very sad to find that the has closed again.

There was so fantastic to hear and to se on Radio Luxemburg again via the "net". There is still a market for the radio. You got a load of younger listeners during the time you were back again. Send my best to the chaps and take care now.

See and hear you! Much time has passed, but the emotions experienced with Radio Luxembourg, they are still alive and rooted in our minds. Wonderful site. RTL, the best station I ever listened. Tuning in at night with my old valve radio, especially during my student days. Lots of happy memories. Many thanks. Thank you very much indeed to radio Luxembourg for the so many wonderful hours spent on your tune in the late seventies!

Photos: Ray Georges Great Put Your Hands Up - Various - Best Of 538 Dance Smash - Summer Edition : massive Luxie listener late 70s till it arriving on satellite! Thank you for initiating such a wonderful tribute site to enable us to keep these golden memories for ever. My earliest memories of Radio Luxemburg go back to around when I was 10 years old.

It helped to mould my musical tastes to Rock 'n' Roll from to Thank You Radio Luxemburg very much. Mr Robert. Wow, those were the days!!! I used to listen to your radio from '71 to about ' After all these years your names bring back so many memories. Thank you for all the great music and your warm voices that kept me company through my teenage years. These were happy days. Still in radio streaming 7 days a week KWXY. See nr.

Very nice site! Just read the sad news about Dave Christian's passing. I worked with Dave in Luxembourg during the mids. He was a legend to work with and one of the nicest, most generous guys I've ever met. I am distraught today. I just came across this site purely by accident.

So nostalgic, I feel like crying with joy! I used to listen to the broadcasts as a young boy when I lived in Dublin on a Philips table top radio. The signal used to fade in and out, but such a joy to listen More Than This - Roxy Music - Avalon at the time as it was the only "pop" station.

Congrats for the site and the whole project! I'm 46 now I hope I can tune it again some day! Radio Luxemburg was the radio of me growing up. I will never forget the station and that I did hear a lot of new music for the first time from Why can one not turn time back?? Thanks for all music you played!!!

Put Your Hands Up - Various - Best Of 538 Dance Smash - Summer Edition the great hits from late sixties I used to listen to while I lived in Czech Rep. Thank you for keeping Radio Luxembourg alive. Through R-lux I learned English at school where we learned Russian. Program is well heard around midnight to 2 after the break. Thanks to all people who were creating this wonderful program. Hy teachers i was one of your students learning to do self up inBob Stewart Oh la la Unforgetable time Hello Dick: Just downloaded t Top Twenty shows.

Thanx a million for making it possible. Beautiful memories of the past. Great feeling. What about the April ? Much better songs as I was never a BEatles and those other shouting Brits. I prefer American artists. Thanx again. You can open this: www. Kindest regards from Tinguaro - Tito Puente - Nuevo Mambo. It was the only place to hear the latest tunes.

Great memories!!! My favorite shows were: Top 20 and Presenting Elvis Presley both hosted by my favorite d. Barry Alldis. I wish I had some of those original RTL recordings. Too bad I got rid of all those reel-to-reel tapes. I miss them so badly now. Could anybody help me? My e-mail address is: md wp. Beautiful memories of the long gone past with RTL. Great and spectacular website.

Well done. Keep up the great work. All my very best - Miro. Page is totally sensational - for someone who thrived on Barry Aldis and the gong; night after night. Any more top 20 shows coming up - from 61 for instance? Excellent station. I miss it. It's shadow now entertains me on the internet and I still listen whenever I can. Radio Luxemburg ment a lot to us in the old days I am 67 now My memory may be a little rusty, but as far as I remember, I listened every night, when I was young.

OH Oh to discover this website. Memory lane. God bless y 4 the 2 tapes from 65 and Hoping that older tapes will be discovered soon. I Put Your Hands Up - Various - Best Of 538 Dance Smash - Summer Edition 54 years old. J listened to Radio Luxembourg every night. Thank you very much for the interesting photos and information. I miss it. Great dj and beautiful voices Thank Es Ist Doch Alles Wunderbar - Various - Ballermann Hits 2007 Dick.

Your Radio Luxembourg page brought back many memories. Keep up the good work. I used to stay up most of the nights when i was a lad listening to Radio Luxembourge the best station on air in Put Your Hands Up - Various - Best Of 538 Dance Smash - Summer Edition days hope to be able to listen again as soon as im able to receive it.

All the best with re-launch. Memories of teenage years brought to life again. Fantastic site to turn the clock back a while. Radio Luxemberg Super Radio in 66's and ever. Hallo R. Bay Bay. Thats what I needed. A good entry to rhe story of Radio Luxembourg. As well as the music there was so much other entertainment--Take your Pickpeople are funny--Dan dare Pilot of the future --opportunity knocks--shilling a second--candid mike ect ect and good old Garner Ted Armstrong!!!

For me Radio Luxembourg was really the thing that made Miriam And Florian (Version 4) - Black Francis - The Golem lucky. In those quite boring times especially at sunday Radio Luxemburg was the real Star in the Sky. Falling asleep with that Great Music. I worshipped those broadcasts. Ok, you got addicted but there was no harm caused by it.

It was free of costs and the things they tried to sell we're not in reach anyway. Even the records we're hard to get. Getting in the mood again at once. In the autumn of my life but nobody can take that away from me Ik ben ook een radio adept van de 70's Noordzee en Veronica. Put Your Hands Up - Various - Best Of 538 Dance Smash - Summer Edition mindere mate Luxemburg en Mi Amigo in Leuk dit stukje radio geschiedenis.

I have just found your website,fantastic!! I listened to radio Luxembourg on M in the early s, to Dan Dare pilot of the Future too, and on into the s, so much better than the BBC, the top 20 show and other programmes ect, amazing times!! This is truly a fantastic site for Radio Luxembourg fans Well done Dick for your hard work here over the years Following on from my last posting It is so very familiar, and yet I'm not sure that I remember it being used on at all. It certainly was most appropriate for the station, and fits comfortably with the time, but maybe somebody out there can shed some light on this one for me.

Many Thanks Once Again. I was at boarding school from the late 50's to early 60's, and at night had my Perdio transistor radio with earphone to tune in. Please could somebody tell me what the name of the tune was that Put Your Hands Up - Various - Best Of 538 Dance Smash - Summer Edition the Top 20 programme with Barry Aldis.

Very distinctive, a kind of American marching song if I remember rightly. I have been listening to Radio Luxemburg since to the end of your broadcasting. A part of radio history that I am Rough And Rocky Road - Various - Swing Time Gospel The Acapella Groups Vol 1 CD to have been around at the time even though at times I only had a crystal radio in my bedroom so it was a hit and miss situation until the sitting room radio was vacated by my parents.

Luxembourg was a lifesaver in the sixties, when the BBC had the monopoly on broadcasting. I heard so much great stuff on Luxembourg, that I would never have heard via the Beeb. Fantastic memories Goodbye - Various - Dep Verano 2003 Rock the "left ear in the speaker, right hand on the tuning knob" technique.

Anna stands her ground and insists on the letter of her contract, threatening to leave Siam, much to the dismay of wives and children. The King orders her to obey as "my servant"; she repudiates the term and hurries away. The King dismisses school, then leaves, uncertain of his next action. Lady Thiang, the King's head wife, tells Anna that the King Put Your Hands Up - Various - Best Of 538 Dance Smash - Summer Edition troubled by his portrayal in the West as a barbarian, as the British are being urged to take over Siam as a protectorate.

Anna is shocked by Boozoo Bajou - Camioux accusations — the King is a polygamist, but he is no barbarian — but she is reluctant to see him after their argument. Lady Thiang convinces her that the King is deserving of support "Something Wonderful".

Anna goes to him and finds him anxious for reconciliation. The King tells her that the British are sending an envoy to Bangkok to evaluate the situation. Anna "guesses" — the only guise in which the King will accept advice — that the King will receive the envoy in European style, and that the wives will be dressed in Western fashion. Tuptim has been writing a play based on a book that Anna has lent her, Uncle Tom's Cabinthat can be presented to the guests. News is brought to the King that the British are arriving much earlier than thought, and so Anna and Nightrain - Guns N Roses - Appetite For Destruction wives are to stay up all night to prepare.

The King assembles his family for a Buddhist prayer for the success of the venture and also promises before Buddha that Anna will receive her own house "as provided in agreement, etc. The wives are dressed in their new European-style gowns, which they find confining "Western People Funny".

In the rush to prepare, the question of undergarments has been overlooked, and the wives have practically nothing on underneath their gowns. When the British envoy, Sir Edward Ramsay, arrives and gazes at them through a monocle, they are panicked by the "evil eye" and lift their skirts over their heads as they flee. Sir Edward is diplomatic about the incident.

When the King is called away, it emerges that Sir Edward is an old flame of Anna's, and they dance in remembrance of old times, as Edward urges her to return to British society. The King returns and irritably reminds them that dancing is for after dinner. As final preparations for the play are made, Tuptim steals a moment to meet with Lun Tha. He tells her he has an escape plan, and she should be ready to leave after the performance "I Have Dreamed".

Anna encounters them, and they confide in her "Hello, Young Lovers", reprise. The play " Small House of Uncle Thomas ", narrated ballet is presented in a Siamese ballet-inspired dance. Tuptim is the narrator, and she tells her audience of the evil King Simon of Legree and his pursuit of the runaway slave Eliza.

Eliza is saved by Buddhawho miraculously freezes a river and conceals her in snow. Buddha then causes the river to melt, drowning King Simon and his hunting party. The anti-slavery message is blunt. After the play, Sir Edward reveals that the British threat has receded, but the King is distracted by his displeasure at Tuptim's rebellious message. After Sir Edward leaves, Anna and the King express their delight at how well the evening went, and he presents her with a ring.

Secret police report that Tuptim is missing. The King realizes that Anna knows something; she parries his inquiry by asking why he should care: Tuptim is just another woman to him. He is delighted; she is at last understanding the Siamese perspective. Anna tries to explain to him the Western customs of courtship and tells him Put Your Hands Up - Various - Best Of 538 Dance Smash - Summer Edition it is like for a young woman at a formal dance "Shall We Dance?

He demands that she teach him the dance. She does, and in that dance they experience and express a love for each other that they can never speak aloud. They are interrupted by the Kralahome. Tuptim has been captured, and a search is on for Lun Tha.

The King resolves to punish Tuptim, though she denies she and Lun Tha were lovers. Anna tries to dissuade him, but he is determined that her influence shall not rule, and he takes the whip himself. He turns to lash Tuptim, but under Anna's gaze is unable to swing the whip, and hurries away.

Lun Tha is found dead, and Tuptim is dragged off, swearing to kill herself; nothing more is heard about her. Anna asks the Kralahome to give her ring back to the King; both schoolteacher and minister state their wish that she had never come to Siam. Several months pass with no contact between Anna and the King. Anna is packed Put Your Hands Up - Various - Best Of 538 Dance Smash - Summer Edition ready to board a ship leaving Siam.

Chulalongkorn arrives with a letter from the King, who has been unable to resolve the conflicts within himself and is dying. Anna hurries to the King's bedside and they reconcile.

The King persuades her to take back the ring and to stay and assist the next king, Chulalongkorn. The dying man tells Anna to take dictation from the prince, and instructs the boy to give orders as if he were King. The prince orders the end of the custom of kowtowing that Anna hated. The King grudgingly accepts this decision. As Chulalongkorn continues, prescribing a less arduous bow to show respect for the king, his father dies. Anna kneels by the late King, holding his hand and kissing it, as the wives and children bow or curtsey, a gesture of respect to old king and new.

Act I [11]. Act II [11]. The King and I opened on Broadway on March 29,with a wide expectation of a hit by the press and public. Both Hammerstein and Rodgers professed to be worried. The composer complained that most people were not concerned about whether the show was good, but whether it was better than South Pacific. Even the weather cooperated: heavy rain in New York stopped in time to allow the mostly wealthy or connected opening night audience to arrive dry at the St.

Brynner turned in an outstanding performance that night, nearly stealing the show. Lawrence knew that the company was nervous because of her illnesses. The director, John van Druten, described how her opening night performance put all worries to rest: "She came on the stage with a new and dazzling quality, as if an extra power had been granted to the brilliance of her stage light.

She was radiant and wonderful. The show won the Tony for best musical, and designers Mielziner and Sharaff received awards in their categories. De Lappe remembered the contrast between Lawrence's indifferent singing voice and the force of her performance:.

I used to listen to Gertrude Lawrence on the public address system every night in our dressing rooms, and she'd get onto a note and sag down off of it. She had such a star quality, you didn't care if she sang off-key. She more than dominated the stage. Boy, was that a lesson to me. Lawrence had not yet discovered that she was dying from liver cancerand her weakened condition was exacerbated by the demands of her role.

Lawrence found it hard to bear the heat in the theatre during the summer months. Understudy Constance Carpenter began replacing her in matinee performances. Later in the year Lawrence's strength returned, and she resumed her full schedule, but by Christmas she was battling pleurisy and suffering from exhaustion.

She entered the hospital for a full week of tests. Just nine months before her death, the cancer still was not detected. In Februarybronchitis felled her for another week, and her husband Richard Aldrich asked Rodgers and Hammerstein if they would consider closing the show for Easter week to give her a chance to recover fully.

They denied his request, but agreed to replace her with the original Ado Annie from Oklahoma! She slipped into a coma and died on September 6,aged Her autopsy revealed liver cancer.

On the day of her funeral, the performance of The King and I was cancelled. Carpenter assumed the role of Anna and went on to play it for performances. James Theatre accidentally struck him in the nose with a piece of scenery, another time due to appendicitis. The last of the production's 1, performances was on March 20, The run was, at the time, the fourth longest ever for a Broadway musical.

The tour played in 30 cities, closing on December 17,at the Shubert Theatre, Philadelphia. The original London production opened on October 8,at the Theatre Royal, Drury Laneand was warmly received by both audiences and critics; [71] it ran for performances. Atkinson commented, " The King and I is a beautifully written musical drama on a high plane of human thinking. It can survive in a mediocre performance. The musical was soon premiered in Australia, Japan, and throughout Europe.

Roger Redfarn directed, and Sheila O'Neill choreographed. Although he was enthusiastic about Howes as Anna, Billington thought Wyngarde "too fragile to be capable of inspiring unholy terror". He noted that "she sings beautifully and the songs are the evening's real justification".

In earlyBrynner received an offer from impresarios Lee Gruber and Shelly Gross to star, in the role that he had created 25 years before, in a U. On opening night, Brynner suffered so badly from laryngitis that he lip-synchedwith his son Rock singing and speaking the role from the orchestra pit. The production traveled across the United States, selling out every city it appeared in and finally opening in New York Dirty (Dirty) - Slum Village - Dirty / Do You the Uris Theatre today the Gershwin Theatre on May 2, Sharaff again designed costumes, and Michael Kermoyan reprised the Put Your Hands Up - Various - Best Of 538 Dance Smash - Summer Edition of the Kralahome, [95] while June Angela was Tuptim.

Brynner insisted on renovations to the Uris before he would play there, stating that the theatre resembled "a public toilet". According to his biographer Michelangelo Capua, for years afterwards, performers thanked Brynner for having backstage facilities across the country cleaned up. Brynner grinning fire and snorting charm is as near to the original as makes little difference" and called Towers "piquantly ladylike and sweet without being dangerously saccharine".

The tour was extended inafter the New York run, still starring Brynner and Towers. The production then opened in the West End, at the London Palladiumon June 12,and was reported to have the largest advance sale in English history. Brynner stated, "It is not a play, it is a happening.

Brynner took only a few months off after the London run ended, which contributed to his third divorce; he returned to the road in early in an extended U. When Brynner opened in the original production inhe was the newcomer and Gertrude Lawrence the established star. Now, 33 years and 4, performances later, he is the king of the mountain as well as the show The genius of his performance — and it must be some sort of genius to maintain a character this Taint (Needledick Mix) - Various - Forced Womanhood — is its simplicity.

There is not a superfluous expression nor a vague gesture. And if at times, Put Your Hands Up - Various - Best Of 538 Dance Smash - Summer Edition arms on hips posture, the shining dome and fierce expression remind one of Mr.

Cleanit should be remembered that Brynner was there first. The star aside, such showmanship is too often lacking in this King and I. Not even his one dance number Rodgers and Hammerstein's King [is] supposed to be a compelling personality [but Nureyev's] bears no resemblance to the man described The show therefore comes across as something of a charade The first major revival to break away from the original staging and interpretation was an Australian production directed by Christopher Renshawstarring Hayley Mills as Anna, in Renshaw pointedly ignored the printed stage directions in the script [] when reshaping the piece into what he called "an authentic Thai experience".

Renshaw said, "The elephant is regarded as a very holy creature Stanley Green, in his Encyclopedia of the Musical Theatreviewed the central theme of The King and I as "the importance of mutual understanding between people of differing ethnic and cultural backgrounds", [57] but Renshaw felt that the musical Put Your Hands Up - Various - Best Of 538 Dance Smash - Summer Edition from s attitudes when "Orientalism was used as an exoticism rather than a real understanding of the particular culture.

A feature in Playbill commented that the production Put Your Hands Up - Various - Best Of 538 Dance Smash - Summer Edition on the "clash of ideologies and cultures, of East versus West". Jenna Ushkowitz made her Broadway debut as one of the children.

The production opened on May 3, at the London Palladium, directed by Renshaw and choreographed by Lubovitch, and using the Kirk and Thomson designs. The show closed on January 5, Beginning A grand prize is drawn!

Middle A grand prize is drawn! Spend it all! Part 1 Broadcast! Part 2 Put Your Hands Up - Various - Best Of 538 Dance Smash - Summer Edition Part 3 Broadcast! End The viewership ratings are out! A shocking viewership rating! Beginning Skit: "Playing It Up"! Middle Skit: "Playing It Up"! All I rely upon is stubborn endurance! Beginning Zhang Ye, Enhanced Edition!

Middle Zhang Ye, Enhanced Edition! Zhang Ye makes his appearance! Yang Shu! Rao Aimin! Martial Arts Master! Petal Shower! First half Zhang Ye proposes!

Second half A Masked Singer's identity is exposed! The Clown!


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