July 11, 1970 - Three Dog Night started a two-week run at No.1 in the US with their version of the Randy Newman song 'Mama Told Me Not To Come', which was also a No.3 hit in the UK. The song was first covered by Eric Burdon on his first solo album in 1966 and gave Tom Jones Stereophonics a No.4 hit on the UK Singles Chart in 2000.
1970's and 1960's
1970's and 1960's 2 costume designs by Bob Mackie for Goldie Hawn, both felt pen on paper, both signed, one showing a Harlem Globetrotter uniform created for Goldie Hawn's self-titled 1978 television special in which Hawn sang a spoof of Randy Newman's hit sond "Short People", the other is classic Goldie in the 60's
Featured Cake Gallery - The Butter End Cakery
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Sheet Music from Music Exchange
The album features the 3 songs from the film - Woody's Roundup, When She Loved Me & You've Got A Friend In Me (Wheezy's version) - and many stills (photos) taken from the film. Music & lyrics by Randy Newman, arranged for voice & piano, with guitar chord boxes.Just one of the many exciting Music collection products from our immense range of Sheet Music, Songbooks and Music Gifts for all Musicians, Teachers, Bands, Choirs, and Schools.