In eighteenth century England, "first cousins" Tom Jones and Master Blifil grew up together in privilege in the western countryside, but could not be more different in nature. Tom, the ... See full summary »
By the time that the late-1960s had rolled around, the handsome, Welsh, powerhouse, pop singer, Tom Jones (born Thomas John Woodward), with his full-throated, baritone, singing-voice, was already well on his way to being one of the most popular and successful male vocalists in the world of entertainment.
With the way that the youthful Tom (with his swaggering sex appeal) could belt out a tune there could be no disputing the magnificence of his hot charisma that went along so nicely with his impressive vocal talents.
Check out this 3-DVD collection that showcases the highlights of Tom's Musical/Variety TV series that ran from 1969 - 1971 (for which he was paid $9 million) and featured such top contemporary musical talent as - The Moody Blues, The Who, Janis Joplin, Stevie Wonder and Joe Cocker, to name but a few.
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