By Penelope Bartlett. Inside Criterion, On the Channel - Jul 2, 2019. The Extravagant Passions of Italian Maestro Raffaello Matarazzo. Italian cinema of the 1940s and ’50s may be most associated with the legacy of neorealism, but the tearjerking melodramas of this critically underappreciated director dominated at the box office. Inside Criterion, On the Channel - Jul 1, 2019.
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The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down" is a song written by Robbie Robertson and originally recorded by the Canadian roots rock group the Band in 1969 and released on their eponymous second album. Levon Helm provided the lead vocals. The song is a first-person narrative relating the economic and social distress experienced by the protagonist, a poor white Southerner, during the last year of the American Civil War, when George Stoneman was raiding southwest Virginia
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Uncle Henry and Aunt Mandy were the perfect examples of the Savior’s description of profitable servants as described in Matthew 25:35–36. Since obituaries have great information about the person because they are often written by a family member, I sent for Aunt Mandy’s obituary. I was expecting a nice article about what a Christian woman she had been but was not expecting much more because she had been a farm wife in a rural area. The obituary I received set me back on my heels. From her obituary I learned that Aunt Mandy and Uncle Henry were childless, but she took great pride in taking homeless children and caring for them until married.
The quartet got their start in 1960 by J. G. Whitfield, who founded The Dixie Echoes and The Florida Boys. Whitfield, only just a couple of years earlier, had yielded his bass singing role of the Florida Boys to spend more time at home. But as the country entered the first year of the 1960s, the desire to sing lured Whitfield to form another quartet that he named The Messengers. renamed the group to The Dixie Echoes Quartet. It was in 1963 that the Dixie Echoes truly began to journey down the path that would carve their place in Southern Gospel history.
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