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Farewell to Paul Revere 1938 - 2014
---By: Barry Carson
Summer vacation of 1965 was the
perfect time for a young teenager with
some vague interest in music (like me)
to sprawl out in front of the TV and watch
that new show, Where the Action Is. For
those of us watching on those summer
afternoons we got to see some great
bands and singers like the Zombies, Jr.
Walker, Sonny and Cher, James Brown,
Sam the Sham and the Pharaohs, and
dozens more, but the star attraction for
a lot of us was always Paul Revere and
the Raiders. We were a generation that
had been captivated by the Beatles on
the Ed Sullivan Show the year before,
but Paul Revere and his band of Raiders, who appeared on almost every episode of Where the Action Is, were something different. The Beatles had great
songs and cool guitars, but they were
professional looking in their suits and
somehow grown up. The Raiders were
goofy in a way that would have appealed
to any kid about to enter 7th grade. Paul
and his boys lip synched wearing their
revolutionary war uniforms along with
fake mustaches, cowboy hats, snorkeling gear, or anything else they could dig
up. While all the performers on Action
lip synched, most made some attempt to
look like they were actually playing the
song - not Paul Revere and the Raiders;
every performance was a wild skit that
had little or nothing to do with whatever
song they were supposed to be playing.
Chaos reigned in every number; a favorite theme had ‘Uncle Paul’, as Revere
was called, trying to play on his piano
while ‘his boys’ would rip it apart with
saws and hammers. He would grimace
in mock horror and continue playing
the thing as it fell in pieces to the floor.
Yeah, they sure made playing music
look like a pretty fun way to spend your
time. And, yeah, my fascination with
the Vox Continental organ he played and
the sound it put out helped lead me (as
soon as I could) to buy the cheapest
electric organ I could find, and, yeah,
that did change my life.
But the Story of Paul Revere began
long before Where the Action Is. Born
Paul Revere Dick in in 1938 in Harvard
Nebraska, he grew up loving music and
loving comedy. He went to high school
in Boise, Idaho where he hung out with
the leather jacketed biker crowd. One
story he liked to tell is that when he
threw a school typewriter through a
school window (breaking both) at 16 his
public education ended. He then attended barber college and at 17 years old
opened up a barber shop that immediately became a popular hangout for the
other teenagers. He always had the AM
radio turned up playing the latest Rock
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‘n Roll hits, and he excelled at giving
those pre-Beatle greased back haircuts.
By the time he was 19, he had a chain of
3 barbershops and a drive-in restaurant
that, with its burgers and milkshakes,
also attracted a large teenage following. He started to promote teen dances
to attract attention to the drive-in, and
formed his own band to play at the
dances. He led this band by playing an
electrified upright piano that he’d turn
up as loud as he could. He had a natural talent for playing Rock ‘n Roll piano
in the style of Jerry Lee Lewis, Little
Richard, and one of his idols, Professor
Longhair (also known as Henry Roeland
Byrd), a New Orleans stride pianist. As
his band, the Downbeats, became more
and more popular, he figured the next
step would be to make a record. The
first recording by Paul Revere and the
Raiders (his record producer suggested the new name for the band) was a
stride piano instrumental called “Beatnik Sticks”, a Rock ‘n Roll version of
the kids’ classic, “Chopsticks” complete
with a twangy surf guitar solo.
Paul Revere (as he now called himself) also showed himself to be a tireless promoter. He’d load a box of the
newly printed 45’s into his car and
cruise around looking for radio stations
where he’d give interviews to whatever
DJ’s would listen and be convinced to
play this new record. He was successful enough that a second record, which
didn’t attract much attention, followed.
But, a third record actually made it into
the national top 100. This was another
rocking piano piece called “Like Long
Hair”. This was a reference not only to
Professor Longhair, but also a play on
the slang term for classical music lovers
as ‘longhairs’ since the tune was based
on Sergei Rachmaninoff’s Prelude in Csharp minor. It was also a sly reference
to Rock ‘n Roll musicians who were already beginning to grow their own long
hair.
Throughout this time, Paul Revere
and the Raiders were becoming one of
the most popular bands in the Pacific
Northwest, not only for the powerful
Rock ‘n Roll they were playing but for
their outrageous stage shows. At this
time they were performing in matching
blazers as was common for bands of
that era. Legend has it that they were
walking by a costume shop that had
revolutionary war uniforms in the window. They rented them for the night,
wore them for their last set, and things
got so out of control that the night ended with a huge water fight between the
band and the crowd. Needless to say,
the uniforms stayed and the Raiders’
reputation as the Northwest’s premier
party band grew.
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More records followed, including
a version of the garage rock anthem,
“Louie, Louie” that unfortunately while
recorded first, was released right after
the Kingsmen’s version that became the
huge hit. When Dick Clark began to plan
a new show to spin off from his popular
American Bandstand, it was Paul Revere
and the Raiders’ reputation as the ultimate good time party band that helped
Clark pick them as the house band for
Where the Action Is.
Although there had been many Raiders before and since Where the Action
Is, it is this version of the band that
most people remember. ‘Uncle Paul’ did
indeed have his hands full as his wild
charges, singer Mark (Madman) Lindsey who had been with the band since
the first record, bass player Phil (Fang)
Volk, drummer Mike (Smitty) Smith,
and guitarists Drake (the Kid) Levin
and Jim (Harpo) Valley (who replaced
Drake when he joined the service), tore
around the various Where the Action Is
locations spreading pandemonium and
creating their unique brand of goodnatured havoc.
As all this was happening, their music
was changing. Their 1965 record, “Just
Like Me”, was their first big hit, and it
nailed the garage band punk sound that,
with its driving organ chords, distorted
bass, punchy drumming, frantic vocal,
and blistering guitar solos, didn’t have
a lot of subtlety, but had plenty of attitude. It was music that teenagers could
immediately identify with, not only to
listen and dance to, but to play. While
the complexity of a Beatle song might
be too much for the guys in the local
Jr. High band to master, “Just Like Me”
was played by just about every local
rock band around and could be heard
echoing through Teen Centers and High
School Gyms all over the country. Revere had realized that the ‘50’s stride
piano technique he had perfected was
sounding dated, so he used his Farfisa
and later Vox Combo Organ as part of
the rhythm section to create a sound
that left Rock ‘n Roll behind and became
Rock.
Not only were Paul Revere and the
Raiders excellent musicians and charismatic performers; they were hugely
popular with the fans. This was the era
of ‘Teen Idol’ magazines like 16, Tiger
Beat, and others like it that sold thousands of copies to pre-teen girls. Cute
guys were in high demand and Paul’s
boys were perfectly adorable. They
showed up regularly in all the Teen
Magazines, revealing to the world their
favorite colors, dream dates, etc. Every
Raider had countless adoring fans, and,
like the Beatles, every member of the
band was known by name.
By 1966 studio musicians were playing more and more of the instrumental
parts on the records causing frustration
for new guitarist Jim Valley and the others. When Levin returned from the service the next year, he, Smith, and Volk
left to form their own band. They were
tired of the costumes and the comedy,
and they wanted to create more serious
and experimental music. By this time
Valley had already left, and new Raiders
were recruited and Revere and Lindsey
continued to perform. At the time bands
like The Doors and Jefferson Airplane
were pushing the edge of the envelope,
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---------------------------------------------------------SLAP - St. Lawrence Area Poets
Genre: Poetry
Contact/Web: www.slapoets.org
John Berbrich at [email protected]
Bio: Local poets loosely organized for mutual support & the occasional critique of poems. Meetings held monthly at various sites in the CantonPotsdam area. Also open-mike poetry readings
arranged every month or two at various venues.
SLAP has been going strong since April 2007. Always looking for new members.
---------------------------------------------------------TOWNE, PAULA
Gouverneur, NY
Genre: Oil Paintings & Woodburning Art Work,
Art Gallery, Studio & Printing Shop
Contact/Web: 315-287-0892
---------------------------------------------------------TAUNY
Canton, NY
Genre: Gallery & Folkstore
Contact/Web: (315) 386-4289
http://www.tauny.org/
Bio: Celebrating the customs and creativity of Everyday Life in Northern NY.
---------------------------------------------------------Utter, Judith
Genre: Botanical Artist, Studio/Gallery
Contact/web: 315-386-3517
[email protected]
www.judithutter.com
Bio: I specialize in watercolors of a Botanical nature, combining art and science. I sell works on
paper and canvas, also prints and luxurious,
unique silk scarves. My art is a detailed interpretation of the beauty I see in the natural world.
---------------------------------------------------------VICKERY, BILLIJO
Genre: Oils, Acrylic and Watercolor
Contact: 315.261.4498, [email protected]
Bio: Born in Santa Rosa, California but currently lives and works in Potsdam, NY. Focus in
landscapes and the personal interpretation of the
human spirit through her own visual analysis.
---------------------------------------------------------WARREN, TINA
Genre: Painter - sawblades,canvas boards, canvas, and anything made of wood
Contact/Web: 315 250 2026, tinasworldofcolor.com
Bio: I love the beauty of the north country and of
nature,and paint my interpretation of it.I’m very rustic and country at heart and feel it’s reflected in my
art work.I also take commission work and do paintings from photos ...cabins,rivers,mountains etc (no
portraits)I hope you enjoy my work and hope to hear
from you. View a video on www.youtube.com Tina’s
World of Color
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Genre: Photography & Artisan Jewelry
Contact/Web: 315.405.6904 [email protected]
www.facebook.com/GalGariDesigns
Bio: Gari is primarily a Nature and Architecture Photographer, internationally published. Capturing moments of life (flora and fauna) in our natural world
and the historical feeling of architectural details, then
presenting them in a variety of styles to included altered photography. Commission work welcomed.
Personalized PhotoCards available. And when the
mood hits, Jewelry made of Stone, Shell and other
bits of Nature get created. Hopefully you will enjoy
your visit with me online.
10% discount to military and I do mail to APOs.
---------------------------------------------------------Bay House Artisans
Alexandria Bay
Genre: Artisans
Contact: 315-778-5968 www.bayhouseartisans.com
Bio: An artist owned gallery featuring high quality
regionally produced works located on James
Street in the heart of downtown Alexandria Bay.
We also feature some workshops, classes and
presentations.
---------------------------------------------------------Fr. Kevin Pentalow
Genre: Orthodox Catholic Priest, writer, musician
and icon artist
Contact: https://www.facebook.com/Fr.KevinPentalow
[email protected]
Bio:
Fr. Kevin Pentalow Is an icon artist with paintings
in churches accross the east coast.
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POETRY
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By James Oliver Ryan
Things wrought
November days
This is why the music plays
Some sunlight
A noted rite, everyone participates
Some gray
In a download are remembrances sought
The color of leaves fades away
Nature and nurture are commensurate with your lot
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Teaching bad apples
---Dr. Anthony Betrus
The Game Connoisseur
Teaching Bad Apples is a game that I recently
finished with the help of three of my students in the
Educational Technology Graduate program at SUNY
Potsdam. The game challenges players to deal
with dicey ethical situations that occur in a school
environment. Over the past year my students and I
have created, tested, modified, re-tested, and finally
we have produced the first complete version of the
game. It will soon be ready for distribution, and if,
after you read this you think you are interested, send
me an e-mail and I’ll see what I can do for you. For
my 4th Coast readers, I’ll offer you the game at cost.
We aren’t looking to make a lot of money in any case,
and any profits we do see will be used for student
scholarships. And while the game’s primary audience is teachers (past, present, and future), anyone
can play the game and have fun, as it seems that just
about everyone has ethically questionable school ex-
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periences in their past.
The origin of Teaching Bad Apples started in October, 2013 in Anaheim, California, at the Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT) annual conference. I found myself at an
awards ceremony reception, and I was stuck there
for about an hour. One of my friends, who knew I
was “into games,” came across a deck of promotional cards that Microsoft had produced as a promotion
at another conference. He managed to snag a copy,
and brought it to give to me. The game basically
prompts players to think about how to best use various Microsoft products as teaching tools, but there
were no instructions for how to play. There were six
of us who were similarly stuck, and we were looking
for something to do, so I looked over the cards, and
suggested that if we used the blank “content” cards
as variable topics, and the “technology” cards as
possible ways to teach this variable topic, we might
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4 – America by the Numbers
4:30 – America by the Numbers
6 – Last Ridge
7 – Navy Seals Their Untold
Story
2 pm – Navy Seals
Their Untold Story
4 – Last Ridge
5 – To the Contrary
5:30 – Asian Voices
6 – Global 3000
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2 pm – NOVA
3 – How We Got to Now
4 – America by the
Numbers
4:30 – America by the Numbers
6 – Across the Creek
6:30 – Spirit in Glass
7 – Kind Hearted Woman
2 pm – Kind Hearted
Woman
4 – Across the Creek
4:30 – Spirit in Glass
5 – To the Contrary
5:30 – Asian Voices
6 – Global 3000
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2 pm – NOVA
3 – How We Got to Now
4 – America by the Numbers
4:30 – America by the Numbers
6 – Racing the Rez
7 – Kind Hearted Woman
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5 – To the Contrary
5:30 – Asian Voices
6 – Global 3000
6:30 – Scully/The World Show
7 – Moyers & Company
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2 pm – Nature
3 – Finding Your Roots
4 – Global Voices
6 – Local USA
6:30 – Film School Shorts
7 – Roosevelts: An Intimate
History
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2 pm – Moyers &
Company
2:30 – Asia this Week
3 – Washington Week
3:30 – McLaughlin Group
4 – Charlie Rose: The Week
4:30 – Focus on Europe
5 – Miller Center’s American
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*Schedule is subject to change.
2 pm – Half the Sky
4 – Makers
5 – To the Contrary
5:30 – Asian Voices
6 – Global 3000
6:30 - Scully/The World
7 - Moyers & Company
7:30 - Asia This Week
5:00 pm Newsline
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November 22 & November 23
Thank-full
It’s that time of year again…Turkey time!
SATURDAY
M-F (unless noted otherwise)
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November 15 & November 16
Soup-er Weekend
The days are cold and nothing warms
you up better than a hardy bowl of
soup.
November 29 & 30
Get Moving
Get up off your couch and get moving!
Hike through Northern England with
Rick Steves. Go on safari with the
Grannies in Tanzania.
Travel Block
In the Americas
American Woodshop
November 8 & November 9
Fall with Bob Ross
Make your canvas come alive using the
New Scandinavian Cooking beautiful colors of autumn with the help
of Bob Ross.
Garden to Table
Healthful Indian Flavors
New Scandinavian
Cooking with Andreas
Saturday/Sunday Marathons are as
follows:
November 1 & November 2
Autumn Harvest
As the weather gets cooler, we look
ahead to harvest time.
THURSDAYS
Irish Food Trails
9:30a, 3:30p
SUNDAY
It’s Sew Easy
Healthful Indian Flavors
9a, 3p
11:30a, 5:30p
WEDNESDAYS
Monday-Friday
Daytime Programming
Mornings
6:00 Classical Stretch
6:30 Body Electric
7:00 Clifford
7:30 Martha Speaks
8:00 Curious George
8:30 Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That
9:00 Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood
9:30 Peg+Cat
10:00 Sesame Street
11:00 Dinosaur Train
11:30 Super Why
12:00 Sid the Science Kid
MEMBER
12:30
Mon
Tues
Wed
Thur
Fri
Lifestyle
Make Your Mark
Scrapbook Soup
Woodsmith Shop
Start Up
Katie Brown Workshop
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Mon
Tues
Wed
Thur
Fri
Cooking Programming
Painting with Wilson Bickford
Farm with Ian Knauer
Jazzy Vegetarian
Stress Free Cooking
Sara’s Weeknight Meals
1:30
Mon
Tues
Wed
Thur
Fri
Art Programming
Frank Clarke Simply Painting
Best of Joy of Painting
Jerry Yarnell
Painting and Travel
Paint This
2:00
Mon
Tues
Wed
Thur
Fri
Sewing Programming
Quilting Arts
Quilt in a Day
Sewing with Nancy
It’s Sew Easy
Knitting Daily
2:30
3:00
3:30
4:00
4:30
5:30
Health and Wellness
Wordgirl
Wild Kratts
Arthur
Charlie Rose
M-Th Homework Hotline
F - Hey Kids Let’s Cook
PBS NewsHour
Nightly Business Report
6:00
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3 – Operation Maneater
2 pm – Predator Legends
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This is the story about the end. What you
are about to read may disturb you. Over the
course of the next few months you will read
about Uini Research’s results about the end of
days and the scientific evidence about past life
regression.
For many years I have been approached by
many Intuitive Consultants with the same message: “You are an old spirit in a young person’s
body”. For the longest time, I would ignore this
statement as I had been taught by my Christian
school that there is no such thing as reincarnation, ghosts or aliens. Being a researcher within
the field of the unknown though has shown
otherwise and would shatter my belief system.
I started to take a long hard look at my life. I
began asking myself so many questions. “Why
do I like the music that I like”? “Why was I more
mature as a kid?” “Why am I so frightened of
people?” “Why am I so angry at humanity?” I
then had a service done for me called a “Torah
Code Reading” by a member of the International Congregation of Lord RayEL. The Torah
Codes indicated that I was the prophet Elijah in
my past life and worked with the physicist, Galileo. I then decided that it was time to go under
hypnosis and do what is famously known as
“Past Life Regression”. I realized at that point
that I may learn things that I may not want to
know, but as a researcher, once the facts present themselves, it will be something I will have
to eventually accept.
A famous psychic from the Albany area
agreed to do a past life regression session for
(Answers on page 16
me. This would be my first time going under
hypnosis. I was extremely scared. I did not
know what to expect. The psychic felt something unusual coming from within me. She felt I
was not normal and that I had walked the Earth
several times. She then put me under hypnosis
and I would soon begin to learn that everything
that has occurred in my life was not coincidence and that everything had a purpose.
The psychic sent me back past my birth
date. I was now in Italy and was in the body of
a man by the name of “Jayil”. I saw Galileo and
noticed that I was communicating with him. He
was VERY frustrated that no one would listen to
him. I was upset as well as I was one of the only
people who believed in his theories that were
considered unusual.
I was then sent back even further, before
Christ’s birth. The psychic asked who I was. I
said that, “I am Elijah…Messenger from God”.
She asked me about many things, but she had
me fast forward to the future. It was now 2015
and I started looking around. The psychic asked
me what I saw. My next few words confused
her: “I failed”.
“Failed?! Failed at what?” the psychic asked.
“I was too late! People these days just don’t
listen!” I replied
What did I see on that fateful day? Well, you
won’t have to wait long to find out. On November 8th, 2014 at 1:00 pm at the Psychic Fair at
the “Best Western (University Inn) Canton NY;
a lot of details will be revealed. Stay tuned to
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1. Who recorded the 1959 version of
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2. Name the singer-songwriter of
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3. Who recorded “Got My Mind Set on
You” in 1962?
4. What stage name did James Newell
Osterberg, Jr. take?
5. Name the song that contains this
lyric: “Neon signs a-flashin’, taxi cabs
and buses passin’ through the night, A
distant moanin’ of a train seems to play
a sad refrain to the night.”
(Answers on page 16
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ultimately crowdsourced a series of 50+ “crazy-butreal” situations. We then tested the game a few more
times, each time removing the “boring” situations
and responses, and kept only the most fun (and yes,
inappropriate) cards. And all we had to do to make
it a viable teaching tool for the players was to ask
the question at the end of each round: “What would
you really do?” Once the group of players arrived
at a consensus about what would be a realistic response, we moved on. One of the most fascinating
things we found that was by clearing the air with all
of the inappropriate things we often think but don’t
actually do, bringing it back to reality was very easy.
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times with great results. We be unveiling it at the
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at the award ceremony, so hopefully it will gain
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step is to scale up and distribute the game. We
will likely have a Kickstarter soon after we return
from the conference, so look for that. And we are
always looking for input, so if you have a scenario
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a case for why it was the most appropriate way to
teach it. The person whose story I liked the most got
a point, and we moved on. One by one we came up
ridiculous things to teach, all clearly inappropriate in
a proper K-12 or higher education learning environment. What we did do was to have a whole lot of fun
playing, and at the end of the ceremony I promised
that I would take the rough concept back with me to
Potsdam and come up with a better game to play at
the ceremony next year.
So when I got back I shared the game with my
educational research class. The game’s working title
was Matching Content to Methods, and each student
came up with a few things to teach, and a few ways
to teach it. Some were serious, some funny, some
ridiculous. We played the game as a class, and it was
clear that the students were drawn to the crazy situations and responses, yet there was also a serious
side of the game at that point. I offered that if any
students wanted to help me move beyond this raw
prototype, please let me know. I had three students,
Nate Turcotte, Matt Leifeld, and Paul Gordon volunteer to help out. Starting with the initial prototype,
we kept a running list of content and method cards.
Over the course of the spring semester we updated
the list, and printed out a few paper versions to test.
As we developed the game, we found there was an
ongoing tension between “fun” and “educational.”
So late last spring, after a particularly fun and
rousing game test with some of the Teacher Education Faculty, we stopped fighting it. We dropped all
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Farewell to Paul Revere (cont.)
(Continued from page 4)
and Paul Revere and the Raiders were
becoming irrelevant. They shortened
their name to The Raiders and got rid
of the uniforms, but, while they still released records that sold fairly well, they
seemed to have been left in the dust of
the music world.
Things slowed down, and even the
two permanent fixtures in the group,
Paul Revere and vocalist Mark Lindsey, parted ways as Lindsey wanted to
work more in the studio and Paul Revere wanted to perform live. Ironically
it was as the band was falling apart that
the first number 1 record released under
their name came out. “Indian Reservation” was recorded as a Mark Lindsey
solo single, but came out under the
Raiders name. Unfortunately, the band
wasn’t involved at all in the record, and
the unforgettable organ intro and ending
aren’t played by Paul Revere but by session player Artie Butler.
Paul Revere left music for a time and
got involved in some other business
ventures, but before too long, nostalgia
for the ‘60’s began to set in and everything from that decade was cool again.
Paul Revere saw this happening and put
together his newest band of Raiders with
whom he played almost up to his death.
This wasn’t a recording group; this was,
as Paul Revere always loved, a performing group, and perform they did, playing
‘60’s hits of theirs and others, touring
and playing all over the country.
This act was pure nostalgia, playing
on all the old strengths – the excellent
musicianship, the hokey comedy of
the Action days, and new Revolutionary War outfits even more elaborate
than the originals, and people loved it.
These tours brought in the baby boomers who watched Where the Action Is
(who would often bring their children)
and also a new generation of fans. During this time Revere, who because of his
Mennonite faith had been a Conscientious Objector during the Vietnam War,
became a tireless supporter of and advocate for the Veterans of that war. In
this new band of Raiders, Paul Revere,
positioned behind a keyboard stand resembling the front of a Nash Rambler
(later a Ford Mustang), and played the
part of comic MC – cracking jokes, playing with a collection of wacky props,
running around the stage, and dancing
for most of the show (which, for the
past 6 years, was pretty good for a septuagenarian).
Although many of the signature Raiders organ parts were played by his other
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keyboard player (Danny Krause for the
past 35 years), Uncle Paul would still
sit down behind the piano and pound
out “Like Longhair” as if to remind us
that he still could rock with the best of
‘em. And, maybe that’s the way to best
remember Paul Revere Dick; he was
the self-taught musician, the self-made
man, the band leader, the comic entertainer, but he was the guy at 76 that
could still pound on the Rock ‘n Roll
piano and have the time of his life while
doing it.
The end
Paul Revere and the Raiders during the Where the Action Is days
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Tuesday Nov. 11- Ladies Auxiliary will serve a complimentary
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families are welcome.
Every Wednesday- Ladies Auxiliary serves a lunch and dinner
special from noon-seven.
Every Thursday- Acoustic Jam from 7-9 hosted by Dan Cole.
Bring your instrument and sing along.
Every Friday- Karaoke with Larry from 8-12.
Saturday Nov. 1- Music and dancing with
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Best Of STOLF’S OLDIES
The Beatles Go Boom!
---STOLF
B-Day, Feb. 9, 1964, 8pm. Everyone remembers
that episode of “The Ed Sullivan Show”…like they
remember where they were when Kennedy was shot,
or the Challenger disaster, or 9/11. Reading people’s
stories on the Internet, a certain pattern emerges…
Dad was appalled, wanted to change the channel…
Mom was more receptive…and of course the kids
went bonkers. The next day, on the school bus and
on the playground, everybody was talking about it.
A few sour-puss teachers, especially music teachers, had some unkind thoughts, and predictions, to
share with their students.
Me, I missed it. I was 12 at the time, but being the oldest of 5 kids in a one-TV family, what we
watched tended to skew to the young end. We were
watching “Walt Disney’s Wonderful World of Color”
on NBC, as we did every Sunday night, 7:30 to 8:30.
It was the first of 3 episodes of Patrick McGoohan
as “The Scarecrow of Romney Marsh.” Great show,
I have no complaints. But it took several decades before Baby Boomers felt brave enough to admit they’d
been watching the Scarecrow, too. Some were even
watching “The Travels of Jaimie McPheeters” over
on ABC, with Tiger Beat heart-throb Kurt Russell,
and the Osmond Brothers…that’s Alan, Jay, Merrill, and Wayne…no Donny, altho the 7-year old had
joined the “family business” the previous year on
“The Andy Williams Show.”
Interestingly enough, depending on where you
lived in the North Country, you might have watched
both the Beatles and the Scarecrow! That’s because
while CBS programming was broadcast on Channel
7 WCNY (they changed to WWNY in 1965), CJOH
out of Ottawa ran Disney earlier in the evening, at
6:00. One Baby Boomer, told me he watched the
Scarecrow, then went to bed. His dad woke him up
and said: Kid, you’ve gotta see this!
And 47 years later, I finally watched the Beatles,
too. Their appearances on 3 consecutive Sundays
are available on DVD, just as they originality aired,
complete with all the other acts and the original
network commercials. It was an eye-opening experience to say the least. On B-day the Beatles performed live and they were at the top of their game,
altho the reaction shots of the girls in the audience
losing their minds looked to me to be pre-recorded
clips from earlier in the day.
Two of the other acts on the show are of interest.
Davy Jones, future Monkee, sang as part of the cast
of the Broadway show “Oliver.” He had just turned
18, but was already a seasoned pro, and arguably
had even more stage presence than the Fab Four at
that point. Then there was McCall and Brill…Mitzi
and Charlie…a husband and wife comedy team in
the Nichols and May/Stiller and Meara mold. They
did a so-so routine about a talent agent auditioning
female singers, but had the presence of mind to put
in a Beatle joke, which got a screech from the audience.
The next week, the entire show was broadcast
from Miami, or as Ed called it “Miamah,” with the
Beatles again live, altho not nearly as good. The 3rd
week, it was a segment taped on the afternoon of BDay, and it’s here you can see the resemblance to the
reaction shots from the first week. I’m thinking that
even for the Beatles, they only had so many cameras
to work with.
But an intriguing story that’s seldom told is Dick
Clark’s part in all of this. And Jack Paar’s as well.
Because the explosion of popularity in the wake of
B-Day had been foreshadowed a month earlier when
Jack Paar aired a complete clip of “She Loves You”
on his Friday night 10PM variety show on NBC,
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January 3. Not surprisingly, he had some sarcastic
things to say about the sorry state of the British Empire. But sales of the single, up until then lackluster,
shot thru the roof. Ed Sullivan must have smiled,
knowing he’d been on the right track all along.
And that’s the big question: how could an old
geezer like Sullivan have scooped the King of Pop,
the Eternal Teenager, the Hitmaker Himself, Dick
Clark? Recall that after 2 Beatles singles in 1963
went nowhere, Vee Jay passed on “She Loves You,”
and the small Philadelphia label Swan put it out in
mid-September. Swan owner Bernie Binnick was a
friend of Dick Clark’s, and when he pitched the record, hoping to get it played on “American Bandstand,” Clark was unimpressed, saying it sounded
like Buddy Holly and Chuck Berry mixed together.
When Binnick showed him a picture of the group’s
unique look, Clark opined: “You’re insane…it’ll
never fly.”
“She Loves You” was duly played on the Ratea-Record segment and earned 71 out of 98, considered a poor showing. When shown the photo
of the group, the kids giggled. Clark figured the
Beatles were going nowhere. He later admitted:
“We all found out the truth soon enough.” And to
his credit, the Saturday following B-Day, “American
Bandstand” featured a telephone interview with the
Lads, followed by another phone call in April, then 2
shows devoted entirely to the Beatles…one in July,
promoting the movie “A Hard Day’s Night,” and another in October.
But the Beatles never performed live on American Bandstand. In fact, for the years 1964 and
1965, the total number of live appearances by the
Dave Clark Five, the Animals, Billy J. Kramer and
the Dakotas, the Searchers, the Rolling Stones, the
Swinging Blue Jeans, Herman’s Hermits, Gerry and
the Pacemakers, Freddie and the Dreamers, Manfred Mann, the Nashville Teens, the Honeycombs,
the Small Faces, the Kinks, Them, the Yardbirds, and
the Zombies, COMBINED was…0. That’s right, zero,
nada, zilch. British groups of any note, as opposed
to duos, didn’t crack the show until the Hollies in
November of 1966, almost 3 years after B-Day.
The best 1964 could offer was: the American
Beetles from Florida on June 20th (as the Razor’s
Edge, they had minor success with “Let’s Call it a
Day, Girl” in 1966)…the Standells on August 29, 2
years before they’d hit the charts with “Dirty Water,” Chad and Jeremy on November 28th, and that
was it. 1965? The first successful American “beat”
group the Beau Brummels in February…the Standells again, the Beau Brummels again, the Liverpool
Five (who?) in August…the Gentrys, Gary Lewis and
the Playboys…then in January of 1966, Chad and
Jeremy returned, and Peter and Gordon were on the
following week. Is it just me or did Dick Clark simply
not get it?
He insisted on booking Jan and Dean, Johnny
Rivers, Fabian, the Hondells, Dick and Dee Dee,
Duane Eddy, Donna Loren, Johnny Mathis, Roger
Miller, Trini Lopez, Bobby Vee, Gale Garnett, the Ventures, the Newbeats, lots of soul and R&B performers, and a salute to Elvis. Well and good…it didn’t
seem to affect the show’s popularity, as it would
continue for decades. And he did branch out in the
late 60s with the hipper “Happening” and “Where is
the Action Is.” Still, he seemed to be breaking the
cardinal rule of music programming: you play what
they want to hear, not what you personally like. Or
was he just being “patriotic,” if you get my drift?
Groovy Stolf Stuff on the web at deepfriedhoodsiecups.wordpress.com…and till next time,
rock on, yeah, yeah, yeah!
Fourth Coast Entertainment Magazine / November 2014
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AT CHEEL CRAFT, FOOD AND WINE SHOW
Friday and Saturday, November 7 and 8 at Clarkson’s Arena
Canton – The area’s biggest and most eagerly
anticipated holiday show – the Craft, Food and Wine
Show hosted by the St. Lawrence County Chamber
of Commerce at Clarkson University’s Cheel Arena –
opens on Friday, November 7 at noon.
The show continues through 8 p.m. on Friday, and
reopens from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, November 8.
In past years, the show has drawn more than 4,000
people.
Some 120 vendors will be set up on two levels of
the arena, offering everything from handcrafted jewelry and knitwear to Adirondack-style home décor and
locally produced wines and foods. Admission to the
show is $3.
Expected vendors include:
Baskets by Linda – Potsdam, hand-woven, flat
reed baskets, corn bags; Judy Has Hats – Hector, NY,
crocheted and wooden items; Tug Hill Vineyards –
Lowville, NY; Betty Bow Blue – Rensselaer Falls, fabric
accessories; In His Time – Norwood, rag dolls, sock
monkeys, kitchen towels; Smitty’s Gifts – Hermon,
wooden items, signs, benches; Peg’s Yarn Creations
– Philadelphia, NY, hats, scarves, mittens; Unlimited
Designs – Potsdam, hand painted signs & ornaments;
Zahler’s Maple Products – St. Regis Falls; The Wild
Irish Rose Farm – Canton, goat milk soap; Rosemary
Miller – Adams, spoon jewelry; Red Button Bakery –
Canton; Apple Grove Farm – Mexico, NY, apple butter,
oils & vinegars, hot sauces; Keller Country – Norwood,
handmade decorative miniature quilts.
Harvest Herb Company – Malone, herbal products, culinary blends, potpourri, jams; Steve Auger
– Malone, Adirondack frames & photography; Lakeland Winery – Syracuse; Fauna on Flora – Potsdam,
wildlife scenes carved on artist conks; Raquette River
Gift Company – Potsdam; gourmet gift baskets, North
Country foods; Cooper’s Magnetic Jewelry – Chazy;
Rustick Creations – Colton, rustic furniture; North
Country Exposure – Canton, angora products, knitted hats, gloves, scarves; Taylor Creek Creations –
Canton, recycled/upcycled fabric crafts; Otter Creek
Winery – Philadelphia, NY; 2 Mama Birds – Winthrop,
handmade jewelry; Fessenden Hill Creations – Canton, handmade animals, baby items; Moonlight and
Laughter – Massena, hand-dyed fiber, yarn, scarves;
VT Made Richard’s Sauces – St. Albans, VT, sauces,
marinades, pasta sauce, hot sauce; Lynn Murray Photography – Ogdensburg, local landscape prints; High
Peaks Winery – Potsdam; Fisher & Son Scroll Saw Art
– Richville, NY.
Something Country – Canton, silk arrangements &
decorations, seasonal gifts; Tucker Spring Organics –
Colton, artisanal soap, skin care products and candles.
Empty Nest Birdhouses – Norfolk, country rustic birdhouses; Chipman Woodworks – Lisbon, wooden bowls,
turned items; River Myst Winery – Ogdensburg; Vintage
Creations – Adams, NY, vintage flatware jewelry, wind
chimes; Catamount Lodge & Forest, LLC, lodge & forest
products, birch candles, hardwood stools, rustic signs;
Diane Bell – Ogdensburg, handcrafted purses & key
chains; JoCi Jewels – Massena, handmade jewelry w/
sterling silver, semi-precious gemstones.
Nature’s Canvas – Potsdam, wood-burnings,
gourds, crocheted items; Nearly New York – Pulaski,
unique flexible hair clip w/attached pin; ‘Em Bears
– Hannawa Falls, plush animals; Betsy Kreilach –
Boonville, jewelry & graphic frames; The Nut Shop
International – Colton, nuts, flavored nuts, brittles,
jams, holiday novelties, giftware; Revised Editions
– Canton, items made from recycled books; Bee Art
Shop – Lisbon, hand painted sayings on tiles,wood
signs, ornaments & more; Mary’s Country Cookin’ –
Norwood, baked goods; Hurlbut’s Maple Products –
Canton; Claire’s Country Garden – Alburgh, VT, pickles
and jams; Barbara’s Glassworks – Philadelphia, NY,
stained glass; Thousands Islands Winery – Alexandria
Bay; Not Your Average Cookie – Ogdensburg, bakery/
woodworking; Uncle Jim’s – Norfolk, all natural seasonings, dips, mixes, rubs; Grunert’s Flags & Flowers – Lowville, decorative flags, burlap wreaths, fall &
Christmas arrangements.
The Silver Studio – St. Regis Falls, sterling silver,
gemstone jewelry; 2nd Time Around – Malone, upcycled wool, denim; Blue Heron Patchwork – Chase
Mills, fleece throws, baby blankets, wall hangings,
quilts, pillows; St. Lawrence River Decoys – Waddington, fish and duck decoys; fish blanks; Krafts by
Kim – Apalachin, NY, pet, baby and kitchen items; MM
Crafts – Ogdensburg, fleece, crocheted items, ceramics; Hazlitt 1852 Vineyards – Hector, NY; A Northern
Light – Port Leyden, NY, jewelry, scarves, hair accessories; Kathryn’s Krafts – Potsdam, needlework, knitting & crocheting; Ms. Liz – Ogdensburg, unique wood
designs of Edward M. Basta, artwork of Peter Basta;
1882 Country Barn – Brantingham, NY, home décor,
handmade potpourri; Kim’s Cheesecake on a Stick –
Clayton; D&D Meats – West Chazy, maple products,
meats, cheeses, jerky, sauce & spices; Phil & Jackie’s
– Massena, homemade fudge, giftware; Specialtea
Teas – Lisbon, loose leaf luxury tea & tea accessories.
St. Lawrence Valley Roasters – Lisbon, coffee &
coffee accessories; Mystic World – Bennington, VT,
hand-knit sweaters, hats, mittens, headbands and
scarves; Down by the River Crafts – Clayton, fishing
lure jewelry and accessories; Cartoon Caricatures by
Nikki – Ogdensburg; Coco Lassial Apron Co. – Canton,
aprons and pot holders; Spruce Mountain Designs –
Lake Placid, Adirondack inspired jewelry in sterling
and 14k gold; Heirlooms – Harrisville, NY, handwoven, hand knit unique items; St. Lawrence County
Maple Producers, maple cotton candy; Phenomenal
Fudge – Shoreham, VT, homemade fudge; Margaret Tiernan – Chase Mills, placemats, wall hangings,
fleece blankets, pillows; Gina’s Gift – Potsdam, nonprofit, jewelry, books, mustard; Unique Creations by
Sharon – Harrisville, NY, home décor; Meadow View
Honey Farm – Gouverneur; Deja Ru – Richville, upcycled textile functional art (clothing, bags, accessories); Reil Handmade Creations – Newton Falls; R&J
Finds – Gouverneur, wine bottle cheeseboards and
creations; Racquette River Designs – Hannawa Falls,
handmade purses, aprons, potato bags, more; Old
Market Gift Shop – Norwood, home décor, blankets,
snowmen; Sunday Creek Studio – Heuvelton, original
art, prints, earrings; White Stone Farm – Chateaugay,
weaver/spinner; Kirbside Gardens – Chateaugay, lamb
& wool products; Parker Maple Farm – Canton; Green
Mountain Mustard – Richmond, VT.
St. Lawrence County NYSARC – Canton, handcrafted items; Adirondack Heirloom Treasures – Malone,
christening gowns, wall hangings, quilts; Pattern Possible – Potsdam, kitchen & dining décor; Akwesasne
Puppy Style Dog Biscuits – Akwesasne, homemade dog
biscuits, dog toys & blankets; Smith Farm Chicken –
Massena; Eye Candy – Ogdensburg, unique beaded jewelry; Renee’s Crafts – Massena, blankets; Blue Frenzy –
Canton, jewelry, metal working, glass; Tim Pearl – South
Colton, custom made picture frames with wildlife pictures; Jane Buckley – Brasher Falls, embroidery; Hats n
More – Watertown, crocheted hats, gloves, headwraps;
Trout Brook Treasures – Massena, handmade jewelry,
super pot holders, etc.; Green Teapot – South Colton,
antiques & collectables, photography; Crooked Creed
Rustics – Hermon, rustic handcrafted trees, reindeer,
chairs, variety of woods; Judith Utter Natural Science
Art – Canton, original watercolors, cards, mugs; Creative Ladys – Ogdensburg, (Saturday Only) handmade
jewelry and scarves; Asplin Tree Farms – Gabriels, NY,
balsam pillows, door stoppers, sachets; Friot’s Family
Farm Paracord Projects – Russell, hand-tyed bracelets,
necklaces, lanyards, etc.; St. Lawrence-Lewis BOCES –
Norwood, handmade items.
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what you get. (1) Behringer Euro Power PXM
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$2,800.00 OBO Description - Bass Drum with case,
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Tom Tom with case, Tom Tom with case, Floor Tom
with case, Floor Tom with case, Snare with case,
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and clamps, Pearl Remote Eliminator High Hat/Pearl
Double Bass Pedals with case, SKB Hardware Case.
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$200. It comes with Umi 7C mouthpiece and large,
strong case. I’ve been playing this trumpet about
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Latin, and world music thrown into the mix: Pretenders, Hendrix, Talking Heads, Black Crowes,
Stevie Wonder, CSNY, Khaled. Must be comfortable soloing. Ability to add some vocal harmonies
would be a plus. Serious inquiries and mature
attitudes only. Contact John at [email protected]
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thats great to. We’ve been around for a few years,
where around gouverneur and chaumont area and
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(Flashback Quiz on page 9
(Crossword Puzzle on page 9
flashback AnsweRS
1. Cliff Richard and the Drifters. It was written for the “Serious Charge” film, with Richard contractually bound to do
the song ... which he hated. He changed the tempo and it
became more palatable.
2. Neil Sedaka, in 1962.
3. James Ray, an R&B singer. In 1987, George Harrison of
the Beatles covered the song both as a single and on his
“Cloud Nine” album.
4. Iggy Pop. He got that name after he’d been a drummer for
a local high-school band, The Iguanas.
5. “Rainy Night in Georgia,” by Brook Benton (1970). The
song shot up the charts to gold and ended up on Rolling
Stone magazine’s list of Greatest Songs of All time.
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From ancient inscriptions to modern day transliteraton…
Learning to Read N’ Write: RUNIC SCRIPT
CANTON, NY – New age children’s author, Rayne Storm is releasing her newest title, Learning to Read n’ Write: RUNIC
SCRIPT, at her upcoming event at the Mystical Journey: Holistic and Psychic Faire. The
event runs November 7th, 8th, and 9th at
the Best Western (University Inn), 90 East
Main Street, Canton, NY. This is an EXCLUSIVE event!! Advanced copies of this book
are not available in stores or on-line.
There has been much anticipation for
this workbook, as it makes new again the art
of Runes. It blends new and traditional Runic symbols to create a coherent language
for translation. Learning to Read n’ Write:
RUNIC SCRIPT, is the first known book of its
kind to offer a standardized transliteration
for Runic symbols! Unique to this workbook, are a set of nine Runes, the Noble-Virtues, which makes transliteration possible.
The Noble-Virtues are an extended version
of the Elder Futhark and are named after the
Nine Noble Virtues of the Norse. This set of
Runes serve as a reminder to live a virtuous
life, productive and thriving.
It is written in the Havamal, that Odin, the
All-Father hung nine days from Yggdrasil
(the world tree) to obtain the knowledge of
the Runes, which he then shared with mankind. Rune like symbols first appear around
1300 BCE and most surviving Runic inscriptions come from the Runestones, which are
erected markers and memorials. Runes were
functional letters of an ancient alphabet, and
there are several different alphabets, each
used during different time periods. Rune
symbols functioned as letters but they are
more than that, they have; meanings, interpretations, and representations. They are
inscribed into wood, metal, stone and even
bone; they adorn objects with intentions like
protection, fertility and abundance. While
seemingly weathered and ever evolving, the
Runes have survived in part due to persistent faith in the Norse Gods and oral literature like that of the Poetic Edda. Over the
years there has been a continued fascination
with Runic symbols, which has lead them
to be used in literature by fantasy authors
and most recently, in movies like Disney’s
animated feature, Frozen.
Learning to Read n’ Write: RUNIC
SCRIPT, is the fifth publication for Rayne
Storm. Other titles include; Little Book of
Everything (binder), Everyday MAGICK for
Children of Earth-based Spiritual Families
(workbook), Elemental Tarot for Kids (book
and deck), and In the Night Sky: the Astrological Zodiac for Children (workbook),
which was released in the Spring of 2014.
(All five publications will be available for
purchase at this event; the Mystical Journey: Holistic and Psychic Faire)
Rayne Storm is an Earth-based Spiritualist with Yggdrasil Roots (ESYR). This
Norse Mama of two has rooted herself into
the Northern Tradition, with her branches
stretched outwards in all directions, focusing her work on integrating spiritual beliefs
with home n’ hearth.
“I consider my books, my work to be
like the moon: a guiding light from which
to learn, to live, and to share. It is that light
that little cubs will be drawn to—to learn
and to play. Those cubs will someday grow
up to live their own lives with the foundation of what they have learned. They are the
teachers of tomorrow, sharing their lessons
with their own cubs, who come to play and
to learn, beneath the love and light of the
moon.” — Rayne Storm
Author page: www.RayneAnnaStorm.
com
Blog: www.JourneyAlonganEarthenPath.
wordpress.com
Author Rayne Storm
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Additional Information:
Learning to Read n’ Write: RUNIC SCRIPT
Release Date: November 2014 | Size:
8 ½” x 11” | 80 pages | New Age Edition
BW Softcover Workbook | Recommended for ages 8 and older | LUV 2 LRN
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