Music – 1979 – Tom T Hall – The Year That Clayton Delaney Died – Sung Live On Austin City Limits

“The Year That Clayton Delaney Died“ is a song written and recorded by American country music artist Tom T. Hall…..which was released in July 1971….as the only single from the album, In Search of a Song…..which was Hall’s second # 1 on the country chart….while the single stayed at # 1 for two weeks….and spent a total of eighteen…

NFL – 1983 – Special – O J Simpson Showcases 8 Most Remarkable Plays Of The Decade Both Good & Bad

In this video seen herewith…..O J Simpson provides a wonderful showcase of the eight most remarkable plays…..both good plays and bad plays….from the decade of the 1980’s…..and we are quite sure that our viewers will remember dang near all eight…..which makes this video another “nugget of gold” in our treasure chest of vintage memories here at ImaSportsphile….and…

Music – 1982 – Queen – Under Pressure

“Under Pressure“ is a song by the British rock band Queen and singer David Bowie….which was originally released as a single in October 1981….and was later included on Queen’s 1982 album Hot Space….as the song reached # 1 on the UK Singles Chart….thus becoming Queen’s second # 1 hit in their home country….after 1975’s “Bohemian Rhapsody”….which topped the chart for nine weeks….plus it…

Music – 1982 – Quarterflash – Harden My Heart – Performed Live In Concert

“Harden My Heart“ is a song by the rock group Quarterflash….which was written by their guitarist Marv Ross…..and was a million-selling Gold-certified single….after which it was featured on the band’s  band’s Platinum-selling Quarterflash album that was released in 1981. The song was originally released as a single in early 1980 by Seafood Mama….which was Quarterflash’s predecessor band…..as It featured more sparse instrumentation but…

Boxing – 1983 – Tim Ryan PostFight Interview With Hector Camacho After His 1st Rnd KO Of John Montes

Hector “Macho” Camacho is a boxing legend here at ImaSportsphile…..after having a professional career in which he had many notable fights against some of the biggest names in boxing….including defeating  Roberto Durán twice….and knocking out Sugar Ray Leonard to send him into permanent retirement. He also fought Julio César Chávez, Félix Trinidad and Oscar De La Hoya, among others. Camacho competed professionally from 1980 to…

Boxing – 1982 – NBCs Dick Enberg Highlights Lt Middleweight Bout With Tony Ayala Vs Carlos Herrera

Tony Ayala Jr. was an American professional boxer who competed in the light middleweight division….who began his professional career in 1980, and by 1982 he had compiled a record of 22 wins and no losses, with 19 knockouts….for Ayala was born to a boxing family….and had two other brothers who were boxers, Mike Ayala and Sammy Ayala. Tony Ayala is considered one of…

Music – 1982 – Ray Charles & The Raelettes – I Cant Stop Loving You – Sung Live At Constitution Hall

“I Can’t Stop Loving You“ is a popular song written and composed by country singer, songwriter and musician Don Gibson….who first recorded it on December 30, 1957 for RCA Victor Records….when it was released in 1958 as the B-side of “Oh, Lonesome Me”….thus becoming a double-sided country hit single. At the time of Gibson’s death in 2003….the song had been recorded by more than 700 artists.…

NFL – 1982 – NFL Films – Best Ever Teams With GB Packers + Miami Dolphins + Pittsburgh Steelers

This NFL Films presents who they considered to be the Best Ever Teams to have played in the NFL up to the 1982 season…..which includes the Green Bay Packers under Coach Vince Lombardi from 1965 through 1968…..along with the 1972 and 1973 Miami Dolphins under Coach Don Shula…..and finally, the team that NFL Films crowned as the Best…

Boxing – 1982 – Jr Welterwt Title Fight – Alexis Arguello Vs Aaron Pryor – Fight 1 – Rnds 13 + 14

The Battle of the Champions was the term used by promoter Bob Arum regarding the junior welterweight boxing title fight between Aaron Pryor vs. Alexis Argüello on November 12, 1982….. as Arguello had previously won three boxing titles including the Featherweight title….the Junior Lightweight title….and the Lightweight title…..and he hoped to become the first boxer ever to win world titles in four divisions by…