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Betacommandbot is an idiot and should be unplugged or reprogrammed. Likewise his programmer. Fair use rationales are there and valid, but may not use the right "box" or "template" for you infants. There are too many immature boys working behind wikipedia. I know you'll next say I should be banned for being frankly critical. Want a candy? —Preceding unsigned comment added by 126.96.36.199 (talk) 05:11, 5 November 2008 (UTC)
Calling someone who had her primes in the 50's a "pop singer" seems a bit off to me. Her style wasn't rock'n'roll. "Pop music" might refer to pretty much any popular music from rock'n'roll and later - sometimes, but seldom, also earlier styles. How about calling her a singer of popular music? (I do notice that the article cited as a reference uses "pop" as short for "popular music", but I still find it a bit odd. OTOH I am not a native English speaker.) 188.8.131.52 (talk) 21:45, 11 June 2010 (UTC)
- You're wrong. Pop was before rock and roll. Early 60s soft R&R can be called pop-rock.
True that today Pop might be used for a lot of bizarre music, but that doesn't change this point. (And are you proud of me for not writing "your wrong"?)George Slivinsky (talk) 13:15, 17 June 2012 (UTC)
Let's get over this. Redhead redhead redhead. I just finished reading an article saying that she had natural blond hair and she died it red for the movie. It looked blond in the 1970s. Looked brown earlier. Who can give a knowledgeable answer. George Slivinsky (talk) 00:51, 11 January 2015 (UTC)
It looks like in her early years her hair was natural brown, and later natural blond. George Slivinsky (talk) 16:02, 16 July 2015 (UTC)
The existing picture from the preview is good. But in general it is considered fair use to use frames from movies (without permission). Would the site support this?George Slivinsky (talk) 22:59, 11 June 2015 (UTC)
Yes. The site does support this. There are numerous examples of articles of both living and deceased movie stars and singers that use screenshots from old movie trailers. The Elizabeth Taylor and Audrey Hepburn articles are two such examples.
And here are two links with the licensing information concerning trailers:
Specifics on singles and albums
I'd ask someone who understands the coding to incorporate some data. Could you specify the label companies of the singles, maybe using sections? She had one 10" album on London which contained: Old Man Mose, I Beeped when I shoulda bopped, Jazz me blues, Copenhagen, Grizzly Bear, When the train came in, A Man wrote a song, You've got me crying again. All these were on singles but not all listed here.
See info at 45worlds.com, Teresa Brewer Center. SingSS was her first Coral single. Do you want to include only original albums or later reissues? Maybe you don't need the phrase "non-album track", but just list albums where needed and differentiate both sides. George Slivinsky (talk) 06:35, 5 August 2015 (UTC)