HWR RELEASES... LEGEND OF THE LICH LORD, PANIC/FITZGERALD & SHADOWGATE

HWR RELEASES... LEGEND OF THE LICH LORD, PANIC/FITZGERALD & SHADOWGATE
Working with Composers: Bruno Valenti, Brian Tyler & Rich Douglas

"C" is for a COPPERTINE! #atozchallenge




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To make this simple for the BLOGGING A TO Z CHALLENGE [2016] I have made the posts images of old stuff, fun old stuff and if you are old(er) you might remember. You might be interested to know about my new digital magazine "SIX STRINGS" brought to you by the label I work with called HOWLIN' WOLF RECORDS" and yes I want to promote the magazine. There will be a special "SIX STRINGS: A TO Z CHALLENGE" edition for free and like all the other magazines... they are free.

I would love for you all to click on over and get 1, get them all... you will not be disappointed,  so here is the link: http://www.jmhdigital.com/

Remember Hollywood is Nuts and so are some of these products! THANK YOU!
-Jeremy [Retro]
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20 comments:

  1. That last ad would scandalise these days :) Can you just imagine the complaints?
    Tasha
    Tasha's Thinkings | Wittegen Press | FB3X (AC)

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  2. Definitely remember the Jell-O and Coppertone commercials. Yes, I am old(er)! Still eat Jell-O but do not sunbathe!

    Gail’s 2016 April A to Z Challenge
    C is for Chili Wisconsin-style (and Character takes Control)

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  3. To encourage a beautiful tan - to encourage your skin to burn just a little bit!
    I wonder when the Trix Rabbit first appeared?

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  4. I like your particular brand of creativity, Jeremy.

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  5. These retro ads are brilliant! The Coppertone girl was world-famous, I think... I know I saw her on billboards in Mexico, though it was perhaps a slightly more modern version ;) The "When I eat jell-o I wish I were..." made me laugh... Some copywriter somewhere was really not thinking this through :D

    Love the series, Jeremy. I'll be back, often. Thanks for the visit over at Life In Dogs — and kudos to you for adopting rescues! The world needs more people like you and your family :)

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  6. That Coppertone ad campaign lasted many years. Fun memory and approach. Glenda from
    Evolving English Teacher

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  7. These were just great Jeremy.
    Yvonne.

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  8. I haven't watched any of these, but they do seem loveable enough and I can see how they would evoke childhood memories! :) Nice theme!

    Cheers,
    Deepa
    Deepa’s Kaleidoscope

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  9. I remember that cute little coppetone tan ad. I was a kid when it was out, but I remember seeing it.

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  10. Coppertone rings a bell, the others not so much! LOL

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  11. That Coopertone ad is so wonderfully iconic. Those Jello ads are just strange. LOL great find Jeremy.

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  12. I wonder if it worked. Love the Jello ads.

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  13. Love the Jello ads! They're hilarious. Copywriting at its best. Ha! Funny how the ad agency was able to sell that concept to the Jello folks...

    Love the Coppertone ad. So classic.

    Michele at Angels Bark

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  14. I just stopped by for the trip down memory lane and reflecting as my daughter looks to launch her career in marketing, whether it was easier or harder back as an Advertising Exec back in the day?! Hard to tell don't you think?!!!
    Thank you for your buttons on the AtoZ challenge which I am enjoying. At Little Wandering Wren we're going on a virtual road trip round my home state of Victoria, Australia. One of the ladies has said where are all the men? So here's an invite you can't refuse :) Today I have 20+ ladies from all over the world heading off in a Mini car on a yoga retreat to a place starting with D! All welcome?!!!
    Wren

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  15. My aunt made lime Jello with shredded carrots in it once, and it was unusually good.

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  16. I remember the Coppertone ad so well and thought it was stupid then. I never wanted to be that tanned but never gave it a second thought that her butt was showing. People need to loosen up in North America. I never liked jello so I would be the mule and the kids are just freaky

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  17. The Coppertone ad is cute and I remember it well, but wonder if Coppertone could get away with that ad in today's society?

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  18. I definitely remember that Coppertone Ad. Cute!

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