“‘There is definitely gonna be another Wilbury album - Volume 5,’ says George [Harrison]. ‘Each one of us enjoyed it so much. “Seven Deadly Sins,” “The Wilbury Twist”… it’s a release. We couldn’t do that on a solo album, and that’s the beauty of the Wilburys. If Bob did “Seven Deadly Sins” on his own album, he’d discard it after a while, but because you’ve got the rest of us who are willing to spend more time on the production side of the record, we’ll hang on to it. 'We were trying to make a Wilbury movie. We were going to film all the songs, it was all read - we had the studios booked, we had director David Leland (Wish You Were Here, Personal Services), and every song filmed in a different location. Unfortunately Roy died, but I’d still like to do it sometime. Live, I don’t know, but I’d love to hear Bob sing “Something in the way she moves…” Tom Petty says, “Well, I’m waitin’, soon as I see the big W in the sky, I’ll be there!”’” - VOX, September 1992
Only a handful productions do have the blonde dancer (hereunder Broadway, West End and Copenhagen). The one wearing the blonde wig is usually the solo dancer. In the US the wig has cool nuances of silver, purple and pink, while it in Europe is more platinum blonde.
First Lady from 1889-1892,
Caroline Harrison brought electricity to the White House. The Harrisons were so uncomfortable
with this new technology that they refused to turn the lights on and off
themselves. If no one was available to
turn the lights off, they slept with them on,
This was part of a larger
project to update the White House which would be built on by future First
Ladies. Caroline also preserved the china of
previous First Ladies and she was the first to decorate the White House with a
Past Cool Chicks from History posts about First Ladies can be found here.