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THE MANHATTANS - I WANNA BE (YOUR EVERYTHING) SUE WI-384 John Manship www.raresoulman.co.uk - YouTube

Manhattans I Wanna Be (your Everything) C/w Searcin' For My Baby Joe Evans of 350 Chadwick Avenue, Newark, New Jersey.

1981 - A New Generation in Music/Television and they actually played music videos and thats was it! Awesome!

MTV - Remember when this station came on the air and played music videos all day and night? The Bugles "Video Killed the Radio Star" was the first video. It is so fun seeing these vintage videos now and how cheesy and low budget the early videos were.

The beginning of MTV

The days when they actually played music videos 24 hours a day. Video killed the radio star.

Does anyone else remember when MTV actually played music videos??? Awe, the good ol' days!

Does anyone else remember when MTV actually played music videos? Awe, the good ol' days!

Ray, Goodman & Brown - Special Lady ......  Sometimes in life you meet someone who takes your breathe away and leaves nothing but a smile on your face and footprints on your heart!

Ray, Goodman & Brown ~ "Special Lady" (incomplete live version from

The Manhattans-Shining Star. 1976. Funny the things you remember before there was Mtv. This song always takes me back to a plane trip to New York with my Dad and my brother. I was nervous to fly, and I remember listening to this song shortly after take off, and it calmed me down.

The Manhattans-Shining Star No matter where you are you will always be my shining star.this is the song I always hoped would be our first dance at our wedding.

November 13, 2004 - Rap artist Ol' Dirty Bastard, (real name Russell Jones), collapsed and died at a Manhattan recording studio in New York aged 35. A spokesman for his record company, said the rapper, had complained of chest pains, was dead by the time paramedics reached him. ODB was a founding member of the Wu-Tang Clan in the early 1990s. •• #oldirtybastard #thisdayinmusic #2000s #ODB #wutangclan #hiphop

November 13, 2004 - Rap artist Ol' Dirty Bastard, (real name Russell Jones), collapsed and died at a Manhattan recording studio in New York aged 35. A spokesman for his record company, said the rapper, had complained of chest pains, was dead by the time paramedics reached him. ODB was a founding member of the Wu-Tang Clan in the early 1990s. •• #oldirtybastard #thisdayinmusic #2000s #ODB #wutangclan #hiphop

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