‘Dedicated to fighting evil while weaving her web of justice…’ (‘Spider-Woman,’ 1979)
DePatie-Freleng’s Spider-Woman cartoon originally ran on ABC from September, 1979 to January, 1980. 16 episodes were produced. Jessica Drew, aka Spider-Woman, was voiced by Joan Van Ark and Spider-Man was portrayed by Paul Soles.
You can catch the animated series’ intro below. Have a most pleasant Funshine Friday!
James Brown, ‘Funky Drummer Part 1 and Part 2′ (‘Billboard’ magazine, March 14, 1970)
“Red hot new instrumental single…”
“Funky Drummer Part 1 And Part 2” was recorded in November of 1969 and released in March of 1970. The drumbeat Clyde Stubblefield plays on this record has been sampled uncountable times in modern music. James Brown, ‘Funky Drummer’ originally appeared in the March 14, 1970 issue of Billboard magazine.
‘Shoo shoo sunshine…don’t shine on me no more.’ (Morgan Freeman, ‘The Electric Company,’ 1971)
Hurrah! We’ve almost made it to the end of the work week. It’s nearly time to kick off our shoes and begin to relax. To get us mentally started on our weekend, here’s Academy Award-winner, Morgan Freeman singing “Shoo Shoo Sunshine” on The Electric Company.
The clip below originally aired on November 9, 1971. Have a happy Funshine Friday!
‘The Electric Company': Morgan Freeman Sings ‘Shoo Shoo Sunshine,’ 1971