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Zekley - Peachie Keen comic strip 1957 Artist: Zeke Zekley (Penciller)

Zekley - Peachie Keen comic strip 1957

Artist: Zeke Zekley (Penciller) 
Peachy Keen comic strip by Zeke Zekley, 1957. Pen and ink. 54 cm * 17 cm (21 1/2" * 6 3/4").  
 Notice this strip title is spelled “Peachy” instead of “Peachie” as in past strips listed 

  (detail)

Zekley - Dud Dudley comic strip 13rd november 1955 Artist: Zeke Zekley (Penciller)

Zekley - Dud Dudley comic strip 13rd november 1955

Artist: Zeke Zekley (Penciller) 
 Dud Dudley Sunday comic strip by Zeke Zekley, 11/13/55. Pen and ink with blue pencil shading. 59 cm * 41 cm (23 1/8" * 16 1/8").  The name “Charlie McAdam” seen in the balloon in the top, first panel is an inside joke: McAdam was president of McNaught Syndicate, Zekley’s employer. 

Zeke Zekley, George McManus’ longtime assistant on ‘Bringing Up Father’, worked as a cartoonist in Detroit before moving to California. Discovered by McManus’ brother, Zekley was hired as McManus’ assistant in 1935. He helped on the inking and lettered the strip, but soon became a collaborator, pencilling and scripting. When McManus died in 1954, it wasn’t Zekley who succeeded him, but Vernon Greene. Zekley then created ‘Dud Dudley’ in 1955, as well as ‘Peachie Keen’ and a panel, ‘Popsie’. Zekley devoted his energy to his own company, Sponsored Comics, which produced comic books for commercial and advertising purposes. The comics were given out at McDonald’s and regional stores, etc. He also handled PS Magazine, the Army’s semi-educational book, produced for many years by Will Eisner.

Sex Drive Cruise to the Bahamas by Sex Drive

Sex Drive Cruise to the Bahamas


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Yslaire - Man Artist: Yslaire (Penciller)

Yslaire - Man

Artist: Yslaire  (Penciller) 
 Mixed media. 21 cm * 30 cm (8.5” * 12”).

Yslaire - Sambre T1 Artist: yslaire (Penciller)

Yslaire - Sambre T1

Artist:  yslaire (Penciller) 
 Convention sketch

It's a Beautiful Day 1967/1974 Rock Band

It's a Beautiful Day

It's a Beautiful Day è stato un gruppo rock formatosi a San Francisco (California) nel luglio 1967, nato da un'idea del violinista David LaFlamme. Il nome trae ispirazione dalle condizioni del tempo del giorno della sua formazione.
LaFlamme, già solista con la Utah Symphony Orchestra, era stato precedentemente nella band Orkustra e, cosa piuttosto insolita, suonava con un violino a cinque corde. Gli altri componenti il gruppo erano sua moglie Linda (tastiere), Pattie Santos (voce), Hal Wagenet (chitarra), Mitchell Holman (basso) e Val Fuentes (batteria). Quantunque essi siano stati uno dei primi e più importanti gruppi di San Francisco ad emergere dalla Summer of Love, It's a Beautiful Day non hanno mai raggiunto il grande successo dei loro contemporanei, come i Grateful Dead e i Santana, con il quale avevano dei collegamenti. It's A Beautiful Day, durante i sette anni di attività ufficiale, hanno creato una particolare miscela di stili rock, jazz, folk, classica e world beat.

Dal 1967 al 1969

Il manager originale del gruppo, Matthew Katz, aveva già lavorato con i Jefferson Airplane e i Moby Grape. I membri di It's a Beautiful Day non erano a conoscenza che gli altri due gruppi stavano già cercando di por fine ai loro rapporti d'affari con Katz. Durante il 1967 e all'inizio del 1968 Katz impedì ai Beautiful Day di esibirsi a San Francisco, dicendo loro che non erano pronti. Egli organizzò la loro prima apparizione pubblica in un club che lui stesso controllava, a Seattle (Washington) già noto come Encore Ballroom (Sala da ballo Encore). Katz ribattezzò il club "San Francisco Sound". Mentre stava a Seattle il gruppo visse nella soffitta di una vecchia casa di proprietà di Katz, scrivendo e provando nuovi brani tra una esibizione e l'altra. Pochi clienti vennero al club di Seattle nel periodo dei loro concerti, nel dicembre 1967.
Il loro brano White Bird era nato dalle esperienze di David e Linda LaFlamme a Seattle. Per ironia, nonostante il nome della band fosse "It's a Beautiful Day" (è un bellissimo giorno), la canzone è triste e in parte è stata ispirata dal clima piovoso invernale di Seattle. In un'intervista successiva, David LaFlamme disse: «Da dove venne White Bird... Eravamo come uccelli in gabbia in quella soffitta. Non avevamo soldi, senza mezzi di trasporto, il tempo era pessimo. Disponevamo solo di un piccolo sussidio per il cibo. È stata veramente un'esperienza, ma in un certo senso è stata molto creativa.»
Quando i musicisti tornarono a San Francisco erano senza un soldo e frustrati per i tentativi di Katz di manipolare la loro carriera. Nella disperazione cominciarono a suonare in qualche club senza l'approvazione di Katz. La band cominciò piano piano ad essere conosciuta e a guadagnare denaro. È un bellissimo giorno quando viene loro offerta la prima grande occasione, la possibilità di aprire il concerto dei Cream al Coliseum di Oakland il 4 ottobre 1968. In questo periodo il gruppo inizia un lungo processo per cercare di sganciarsi da Katz e nello stesso anno firma per l'etichetta discografica Sound Records.
L'album di debutto, It's a Beautiful Day del maggio 1969, prodotto da David LaFlamme a Los Angeles, viene inizialmente pubblicato dalla Sound, ma poi viene distribuito dalla CBS/Columbia Records che ha anche acquisito il loro contratto. Contiene brani come White Bird, Hot Summer Day, Girl With No Eyes e Time Is e da quasi tutti è giudicato il loro miglior album. Il tema della canzone, Bombay Calling, è stato in seguito utilizzato, con un tempo più lento, dai Deep Purple come intro di Child in Time nel loro album Deep Purple in Rock La voce e il violino di David LaFlamme assieme al canto di Pattie Santos attrassero l'attenzione anche delle Radio in FM, e a livello nazionale White Bird sfiorò il Billboard's Hot 100, piazzandosi al numero 118. In agosto l'album raggiunge la posizione numero 47 delle classifiche americane, e nel maggio del 1970, anche grazie a un loro tour, raggiunge la posizione numero 28 delle classifiche inglesi.

1970 e oltre

Nel 1970 la formazione originale della band cambia un po', la coppia LaFlammes si separa e Linda lascia la band, sostituita da Fred Webb. L'album successivo, Marrying Maiden, uscito nel 1970, vede la partecipazione come ospite in alcuni brani di Jerry Garcia dei Grateful Dead, include brani memorabili e diviene anche un successo da classifica. In quell'anno il gruppo si esibisce durante l'Holland Pop Festival al Bos Kralingse di Rotterdam (Paesi Bassi) e in giugno al Festival inglese di Bath, che vedeva presenti tra gli altri anche i Led Zeppelin, i Pink Floyd, i Santana e Donovan. Tom Fowler (poi bassista di Frank Zappa) e Bill Gregorio si uniscono alla formazione nel marzo 1971, la loro prima esecuzione assoluta in diretta avviene alla famosa KSAN radio di San Francisco, con ospite Tom Donahue che li introduce come i due nuovi membri della band.
La formazione registra Choice Quality Stuff/Anytime nel 1971 e l'album dal vivo Live at Carnegie Hall nel 1972, ed è in tournée fino al 1974, quando il gruppo si scioglie, dopo l'album 1001 Nights. Nel 1976 LaFlamme incide come solista l'album White Bird per la Amherst Records; l'album arriva alla posizione numero 159 delle classifiche USA, mentre White Bird come singolo arriva finalmente nella Hot 100, piazzandosi al posto numero 89. Pattie Santos muore in un incidente stradale il 14 dicembre 1989.
C'è una reunion dei Beautiful Day nel 1997 sia sotto il nome di "David LaFlamme Band" che con quello di "It's a Beautiful Day", appena Katz lascia i suoi diritti sullo stesso. Ma nel nuovo gruppo vi sono solo due membri originali: il fondatore David LaFlamme e il batterista Val Fuentes. Gli altri membri della band sono Linda Baker LaFlamme (voce), moglie di David, Toby Gray (basso e produttore), Gary Thomas (tastierista e produttore), Rob Espinosa (chitarra) e Michael Prichard (percussioni). Nel 2009 continuavano ad esibirsi in concerto, dopo esser stati in tour con i Jefferson Starship nel 2007, e avendo LaFlamme contribuito a Jefferson's Tree of Liberty degli stessi Jefferson Starship nel 2008.
Una versione di White Bird della violinista Vanessa Mae, uscita nel 2001, raggiunge la posizione numero 66 delle classifiche inglesi dei singoli. Nel corso degli anni il brano è stato inciso anche dal virtuoso di bluegrass Sam Bush, e da innumerevoli altri musicisti.

Formazione

  • David LaFlamme - voce, violino, flauto (1967-73)
  • Linda LaFlamme - tastiere (1967-69)
  • Pattie Santos - voce, percussioni
  • Val Fuentes - batteria, voce
  • Mitchell Holman - basso, armonica, voce (1967-71)
  • Hal Wagenet - chitarra, voce (1968-71)
  • Fred Webb - tastiere, voce (1969-74)
  • Billy Gregory - chitarra, voce (1971-74)
  • Tom Fowler - basso, voce (1971-72)
  • Bud Cockrell - basso, voce (1972-74)
  • Greg Bloch - violino, mandolino (1973-74)

Discografia

Album

Album in studio

  • 1969 - It's a Beautiful Day US Album Chart No. 47/UK Album Chart No. 28, 1970
  • 1970 - Marrying Maiden US Album Chart No. 28/UK Album Chart No. 45, 1970
  • 1971 - Choice Quality Stuff/Anytime US Album Chart No. 130
  • 1972 - ...Today US Album Chart No. 114

Live

  • 1972 - At Carnegie Hall US Album Chart No. 144
  • 1998 - Creed of Love (Live 1971)

Raccolte

  • 1973 - Choice Quality Stuff / Today
  • 1974 - 1001 Nights
  • 1995 - Greatest Hits
  • 1998 - It's A Beautiful Day / Marrying Maiden (Rerelease)

Bootleg

  • 1970 - Antiques
  • 1970 - String Thing
  • 1971 - Creed of Love
  • 1999 - It's a Beautiful Day & Marrying Maiden
  • 2009 - The Fillmore San Francisco
  • Born Again
  • Last Flight (Closing Fillmore West Concert)

Singoli

  • 1968 - Bulgaria / Aquarian Dream San Francisco Sound 7
  • 1969 - White Bird / Wasted Union Blues Columbia 44928
  • 1970 - Soapstone Mountain / Good Lovin' Columbia 45152
  • 1970 - The Dolphins / Do You Remember the Sun Columbia 45309
  • 1972 - Anytime / Oranges and Apples Columbia 45536
  • 1973 - White Bird (live) / Wasted Union Blues (live) Columbia 45788
  • 1973 - Ain't That Lovin' You Baby / Time Columbia 45853
Publicity photo of the musical group It's a Beautiful Day.1972
CMA-Creative Management Associates (management)
 
It's a Beautiful Day is an American band formed in San Francisco, California, in 1967, featuring vocalist Pattie Santos along with violinist David LaFlamme and his wife, Linda LaFlamme, on keyboards.
David LaFlamme, who as a youth had formerly once performed as a soloist with the Utah Symphony Orchestra, had previously been in the group Orkustra playing five-string violin. The other members of It's a Beautiful Day in its early years were Hal Wagenet (guitar), Mitchell Holman (bass) and Val Fuentes (drums). Although they were one of the earliest and most important San Francisco bands to emerge from 1967's social phenomenon Summer of Love, the band never quite achieved the success of contemporaries such as Grateful Dead, Jefferson Airplane, and Santana, with whom they had connections. The band created a unique blend of rock, jazz, folk, classical, and world-beat styles during the initial seven years it was officially together.

Early history: 1967–1969

The band's original manager, Matthew Katz, had previously worked with the rock bands Jefferson Airplane and Moby Grape. The members of the band were unaware that the other two bands were already trying to end their business relationships with Katz. During 1967 and early 1968, Katz prevented It's a Beautiful Day from performing in San Francisco, telling them they were not ready. He booked their first public appearances at a club he controlled in Seattle, Washington, formerly known as the Encore Ballroom. Katz renamed the club San Francisco Sound. While in Seattle, the group lived in the attic of an old house owned by Katz while writing and rehearsing new songs in between club performances. Few customers came to the club during the band's engagement in Seattle during December 1967.
The band's signature song "White Bird" was inspired by the experiences David and Linda LaFlamme had while living in Seattle. In an ironic twist on the band's name, the sad song was partly inspired by Seattle's rainy winter weather. In a later interview, David LaFlamme said:
"Where the 'white bird' thing came from ... We were like caged birds in that attic. We had no money, no transportation, the weather was miserable. We were just barely getting by on a very small food allowance provided to us. It was quite an experience, but it was very creative in a way."
By the time the group members returned to San Francisco they had no money and were frustrated by Katz's attempts to manipulate their career. In desperation, they began playing at a few clubs without Katz's approval. The band gradually began to gain some recognition and earn money. The band got its first big break when offered a chance to open for Cream at the Oakland Coliseum, in Oakland, California on October 4, 1968. Around this time, the band first began a long process of trying to disentangle themselves from Katz.
The band's debut album, It's a Beautiful Day, was produced by David LaFlamme in Los Angeles, California, and released by Columbia Records in 1969. It features tracks such as "White Bird", "Hot Summer Day", and "Time Is". The album reached number 47 in the U.S. charts and number 58 in the UK. The theme from the song "Bombay Calling" was later used, at a slower tempo, by Deep Purple as the intro to "Child in Time" on its Deep Purple in Rock album. The vocals and violin playing of David LaFlamme plus Santos's singing attracted FM radio play attention, and nationally, "White Bird" bubbled under Billboard's Hot 100 chart, peaking at number 118.
The band was almost invited to play at Woodstock. When Michael Lang was negotiating with Bill Graham to get the Grateful Dead to appear, Graham insisted Lang put one of two other acts that he also managed on the bill. Lang then listened to a tape of both It's a Beautiful Day and the other band and liked them both so much that he couldn't decide, so he flipped a coin and It's a Beautiful Day lost. The band that won was Santana, who became stars overnight.

1970s and beyond

July 5, 1970, the band played the second Atlanta International Pop Festival in Byron, Georgia to an estimated 250,000 people. Pattie Santos sang lead on "White Bird", "Hot Summer Day" and "The Dolphin Song". The band had a regional radio hit with "Don and Dewey". Later that year, the original lineup of the band changed; the LaFlammes had split and Linda left the band, replaced by Fred Webb. The following album, Marrying Maiden, recorded at Pacific High Recording Studio in San Francisco, released in 1970, was their most successful in the charts. It reached number 28 in the U.S. (their only Top 40 placing) and number 45 in the U.K. In that year, the band also performed at the Holland Pop Festival at the Kralingse Bos in Rotterdam, Netherlands, and at the Bath Festival of Blues and Progressive Music. Tom Fowler (later bassist for Frank Zappa) and Bill Gregory joined in March 1971, with their first performance broadcast live on San Francisco's KSAN FM radio, with host Tom Donahue introducing them as the band's two new members.
In July 1971, the band was one of the last acts to appear at Fillmore West in San Francisco. Its performance of "White Bird" appeared as part of the musical documentary film Fillmore (1972).
The band continued to record Choice Quality Stuff/Anytime in 1971, the live album Live at Carnegie Hall in 1972 and It's A Beautiful Day...Today in 1973, touring until 1974 when it split up. In 1976, LaFlamme's solo version of "White Bird" finally cracked the Billboard Hot 100, peaking at No. 89. Patti Santos, who together with her husband, former group bassist Bud Cockrell (also original bassist with Pablo Cruise), had formed Cockrell & Santos in 1977, was killed in a car crash near Geyserville in Sonoma County, California on December 14, 1989.
The band reunited occasionally for reunions and special concerts. The band's music continued under the name "David LaFlamme Band" as well as "It's a Beautiful Day" until Katz let his trademark of the name go un-renewed.
Since 2000, the band features founder David LaFlamme and original drummer Fuentes. Other band members are LaFlamme's current wife, whom he met in 1974, Linda Baker LaFlamme (vocals), Toby Gray (basses and producer), Gary Thomas (keyboards and producer), Rob Espinosa (guitars) and Michael Prichard (percussion). They continue performing today, with LaFlamme contributing to Jefferson Starship's 2008 release, Jefferson's Tree of Liberty. This line-up was the longest continual group that has ever performed the band's material. In 2014, Rob Cunningham replaced Espinosa on lead guitar.
The song "White Bird" was used in the 2015 film Focus starring Will Smith and Margot Robbie, and was used in 2013's Adult World starring Emma Roberts, Evan Peters, and John Cusack; the album cover is also visible in one shot.

Covers of "White Bird"

The song "White Bird" is featured in the first season Knight Rider episode of the same name (Season 1, Episode 19, 4 March 1983).
A version of "White Bird" by violinist Vanessa-Mae was released in 2001, and reached number 66 in the UK Singles Chart.
The song has also been recorded by the bluegrass musician Sam Bush.

Personnel

Current members
  • David LaFlamme – violin, vocals (1967–1974, 1997–present)
  • Val Fuentes – drums (1967–1974, 1997–present)
  • Linda Baker LaFlamme (aka Dominique Dellacroix) – vocals (1974, 1997–present)
  • Toby Gray – bass (1980-1985, 2000–present)
  • Gary Thomas – keyboards (2000–present)
  • Rob Cunningham – guitar (2014–present)
Former members
  • Pattie Santos – vocals, percussion (1967–1974; died 1989)
  • Mitchell Holman – bass (1967–1971 plus several reunions)
  • Hal Wagenet – guitar (1968–1971 plus several reunions)
  • Linda LaFlamme – keyboards, background vocals, tambourine (1967–1970)
  • Fred Webb – keyboards (1970–1974; died 1990)
  • Tom Fowler – bass (1971–1973)
  • Bill Gregory – guitar (1971–1974)
  • Bud Cockrell – bass (1973; died 2010)
  • Greg Bloch – violin, mandolin (1974; died 1987)
  • Ralph Benkus – drums (1973 -1975)
  • Rob Espinosa - guitar & vocals (2000-2014)

 


 

 

 

White Bird- It's A Beautiful Day -1968 - YouTube

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Cin0QzuEss
 
Testo
White bird
In a golden cage
On a winter's day
In the rain
White bird
In a golden cage
Alone
The leaves blow
Across the long, black road
To the darkened skies
In it's rage
But the white bird
Just sits in her cage
Unknown
White bird must fly
Or she will die
White bird
Dreams of the aspen trees
With their dying leaves
Turning gold
But the white bird
Just sits in her cage
Growing old
White bird must fly
Or she will die
White bird must fly
Or she will die
The sunsets come
The sunsets go
The clouds roll by
And the earth turns old
And the young bird's eyes
Do always glow
She must fly
She must fly
She must fly
White bird
In a golden cage
On a winter's day
In the rain
White bird
In a golden cage
Alone
White bird must fly
Or she will die
White bird must fly
Or she will die
White bird must fly
Or she will die
Compositori: David Laflamme / Linda Laflamme
Testo di White Bird © Music & Media Int'l, Inc
 
 


 

 

 

It's a Beautiful Day-Bombay Calling - YouTube

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jEKg9qyEQmw
 


 

 

 

It's a beautiful day - Girl with no eyes - YouTube

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e7ixKWmYux8

 

There's a girl in my room and her face on the wall
With no eyes
[x2]

Girl with no eyes, who can she be?
Girl with no eyes, she's looking at me
There's a girl in my room and her face on the wall
With no eyes

If I make a sound she'll know that I'm stirring inside
If I make a sound she'll know that I'm trying to hide

[Hook]
Girl with no eyes, who can she be?
Girl with no eyes, she's looking at me
Beautiful girl, who does she see?
Beautiful girl, she seems to be staring

[Chorus]
Doesn't everybody know, everybody know
Love takes a lifetime
And doesn't everybody know, everybody know
Love is the eyesight
It's the eyesight of a lifetime



 

 

 

It's a Beautiful Day-Hot Summer Day - YouTube

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wD14t_rlk4A
 
 
Testo
Hot summer day (Hot summer day)
Carry me along
Oh, hot summer day (Hot summer day)
Please carry me along
Hot summer day
Carry me along
To its end
Where I begin
Long summer dream (Long summer dream)
Sliding round my mind
Those long summer dreams (Long summer dream)
Are leaving me behind
Hot summer day
Carry me along
To its end
Where I begin
Circling like a river
Over brightly colored stones
Breaking up my soul
And taking part of me home
Leaving the other half
To tumble all alone
Love, love, where did you go?
Hot summer day (Hot summer day)
Carry me along
To its end where I begin
Those long summer dreams (Long summer dream)
Still spinning round my mind
And they end where they begin
And I want to grab that river
And stop the love that's dying
Because I know that somewhere
Deep inside my soul you're still lying
Waiting to awaken
And shake that river's flow
Love, love, where did you go?
They told me that the sun turned green
I said I didn't know
And they told me that the moon turned blue
I said it didn't show
And they told me that I looked a fool
And I said I'd let that go
But when they told me that our love was dead
I had to turn and go
Oh love
Love
Love
Love
Love
Where did you go?
Hot summer day (Hot summer day)
Carry me along
To its end
Where I begin
Long summer dreams (Long summer dream)
Sliding round my mind
And they end
Where they begin
Circling like a river
Over brightly colored stones
Breaking up my soul
And taking part of me home
Leaving the other half
To tumble all alone
Love, love, where did you go?
Compositori: David Laflamme / Linda Laflamme
Testo di A Hot Summer Day © Music & Media Int'l, Inc
 
 


 

 

 

The Dolphins by It's A Beautiful Day - YouTube

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gDLEs2zcsQ0
 
 
This old world's just got to change
It just can't stay the way it's been
And all the ways of war
Won't change it in the end

So I've been searching for the dolphin in the sea
And sometimes I wonder, do you ever think of me?

Now sometimes I'm just sitting around
Thinking about Saturday's child
And all about the time
We were running wild

And I keep searching for the dolphin in the sea
And sometimes I wonder, do you ever think of me?

Now I'm not the one to tell this world
Just how to get along
I only know that peace will come
When all hate is gone

So I've been searching for the dolphin in the sea
And sometimes I wonder, do you ever think of me?

This old world feels happy
This old world feels fine
Lord, this old world feels mellow
Let me fill your cup with wine
 
 

 

 

It's a Beautiful Day-Wasted Union Blues - YouTube

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_EIYL7yzUFE
 
 
So tired
And wasted

So tired I don't know if I can make it
So wasted I don't know if I can take it
So tired I don't know if I can make it
Lord – oh, no

So tired I don't know if I can take it
So wasted I don't know if I can fake it
So tired I don't know if I can make it
No, but I'm gonna try – you'd better believe

The spirits all tell me, you gotta keep driving on
And my brothers all tell me I can do no wrong
But the universe tells me I can't leave myself alone
Alone, alone

I'm so tired I don't know if I can take it
So wasted, oh lord, don't know if I can fake it
So tired I don't know if I can take it
No, oh no, let's go
Come on, baby, let's try to make it
I know that if we really try we can take it