Wow - Here's a throwback - maybe in a good way? Can you believe this was 1977? Check out the stash on Rick Dees and this really lousy video. This song would go on to sell over 1 Million coipes in just a few short months...
I couldn't resist posting this. As we continue to do hit songs of the 60's this week, I stumbled across this. Mama Cass always struggled with her weight, but that never stopped her from the super Groovy Dance Moves...
Next in our series of old "Bad Ads" takes up back to a simpler time. The 1960's. Actually by the time the late 60's rolled around, the sexual revolution was in full effect and we had put a man on the moon. So blowing smoke in a woman's face? It was starting to be par for the course.
The old ads of the 40's 50's and 60's are hilarious. And so politically incorrect. And that's why when I found a collection of old "Bad" ads, I thought they would be a great highlight to WFGR's Retrovision!
Ahh the 1950's and 60's. Back when men were men. And TV was TV. AND ads were ADS. Advertising was in it's golden age. Not only could you watch Fred Flintstone smoking a Winston, but you could touch topics that back in the day were just part of life. Today, it's just too politically correct of a time to be able to produce the advertising of a by gone era.
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