Complete your Theo Bikel collection. I Love My Dog. For No One. Amsterdam. Mother Nature's Son. The Great Mandala (The Wheel Of Life). A New Day (Cass, Album). A New Day (LP, Promo).
I Love My Dog" is a song written by Cat Stevens, and was his first single (b/w "Portobello Road"), appearing the following year on his debut album Matthew and Son. Stevens later acknowledged that he had essentially written the lyrics to the music of American jazz t Yusef Lateef's "The Plum Blossom", from his 1961 Eastern Sounds. Stevens indicated that he "told Yusef Lateef about it, gave him a big cheque, and in fact, started paying him royalties.
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Civil-rights icon Theo Bikel left the SNCC, but never the cause of justice. By Aimee Ginsburg Bikel. August 16, 2016, 12:00 AM. I always despised the slogan ‘my country, right or wrong,’ Theo Bikel used to say. It’s cheap. My country is right when it’s right, and when it’s wrong, it’s to be put right. When Theo wrote his open letter to the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), reprinted today in Tablet, he was 43 years old, living in New York’s Village, and shuttling between the coasts as a successful actor and bestselling recording artist
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Theodore Bikel biography - Internet Accuracy Project - Working to improve the accuracy of the reference sources we all rely on, both online and of. Theodore Bikel is an actor, singer, songwriter, musician, photographer, writer, lecturer, political activist, and union leader. On stage he created the role of Captain Von Trapp in the original 1959 Broadway cast of The Sound of Music, and later, frequently played Tevye in Fiddler on the Roof.
A thought that comes from deep love for dogs, the sentence for excellence, a stimulus that from the outset is on our side: "The love of a dog gives great strength to the man. Dedicated to all those who know how great it can be the love that binds a dog and his owner. To all those who know what unconditional love of an animal can change our lives. To all those who love and respect our 4-legged friends.
Theodore Bikel will perform Monday at the Saban Theatre. Kirk McKoy, Los Angeles Times). Last year, I got the opportunity to spend a lovely hour interviewing Theodore Bikel, who died Tuesday of natural causes at age 91. The Austrian-born Bikel had earned an Oscar nomination for supporting actor for 1958's "The Defiant Ones," was the original Captain Von Trapp opposite Mary Martin in "The Sound of Music" on Broadway and had played Sholom Aleichem's beloved Tevye in the musical "Fiddler on the Roof" more than 2,000 performances over a four-decade period. When he finished his engagement with "Streetcar," Bikel starred in Peter Ustinov's hit London play "The Love of Four Colonels," where he caught the eye of another famous director, John Huston, who was in town to complete production on his 1951 classic "The African Queen," starring Humphrey Bogart and Katharine Hepburn.
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Producer, Arranged By – Richard PerryWritten-By – Cat Stevens
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Producer – Richard PerryWritten-By – Grossman*, Travers*, Yarrow*