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

"D" is a DRIPPY DESSERT! #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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21 comments:

  1. Is it just me or is that baby a bit on the disturbing side?

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  2. I have seen some of these pictures on Metal Signs
    and I love them and have thought of collecting them.
    So thank you for sharing them today. And I will check
    out the magazines now.

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  3. have to agree with Alex,that boy with the spoon looks a bit like Chuckie - Eeek!

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  4. Wait, thermos was originally a brand name?... Hmmm.

    @TarkabarkaHolgy from
    The Multicolored Diary
    MopDog

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    1. We took "Marketing" (which taught of past ads) and were familiar with the "Brand Name".

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  5. I always made my Grandpa buy the salt with the little girl on it, because it was better for his heart. (My grandpa had heart problems but I have no idea how I decided this salt was better).

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  6. Hahahaha Alex! Yes, baby is creepy. Love the visuals.

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  7. fun compilation of pics. And no, I refuse to say that I remember any of these.....

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  8. I think I have a thermos like that!

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  9. What nostalgia! Were we once always this sweet and gentle?

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  10. Ah, if we only lived in a Norman Rockwell world or a Charles Schultz one! :-) May your day be improving!!

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  11. Love the images! Thanks for posting.

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  12. Love these! Thanks for sharing. @sheilamgood at Cow Pasture Chronicles

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  13. Hello, good Sir...
    We sometimes post an "undead" version of the Morton girl...
    a very good post, Sir.

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  14. Not lirking the baby with just an apron....better to have puppy monkey baby. I do remember the salt ad though

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  15. Neat I enjoy the nostalgic pieces put together so well!

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  16. Historical pop culture is always fun. ☺

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  17. Morton salt ad is a classic, always loved that one. Old ads have a way of showing how the culture has changed.
    ~tinbugs at Travelling Spoons

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  18. Great pictures Jermey. loved the post.
    Yvonne.

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  19. These images bring back memories!

    Heather

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[Retro] Love the Comments, not so much the Spam... so I have enough man-pills, fake gold watches and link-back options that I need. Thank you!

No More Anonymous Monkeys to much of the above mentioned, sorry sometimes I get some nice things.