Large brushed machines which are run with DC to the stator windings at synchronous speed are the most common generator in power plants, because they also supply reactive power to the grid, because they can be started by the turbine and because the machine in this system can generate power at constant speed without a controller.
Gallop displayed his vocal abilities on the Perry Como’s Kraft Music Hall broadcast of December 27, 1961, singing Jimmy Dean’s Big Bad John, backed by The Ray Charles Singers. Before the Como show, he was the narrator of Lights Out from 1950 – 1952; the horror fantasy TV series was based on the radio show of the same name.
His dog is still with him, although injured. The film ends with Dirkie (unconscious) in his father’s arms, together with his little dog (still alert), both being carried back to the vehicle his father had travelled there in.
As Paul Simon believed the song to be a Traditional Andean folk melody, only his name appeared as writer of the lyrics. Daniel Alomía Robles’ son, Peruvian filmmaker Armando Robles Godoy, successfully sued for royalties and even later wrote new Spanish lyrics for the song himself, using Paul Simon’s version as a reference.
Vaughn recounted how he had met with Republican Senator Barry Goldwater, the conservative candidate for President in 1964, at a senior staff meeting. After serious questioning on what Kennedy’s new agency was all about, Arizona’s Goldwater swore that the Peace Corps embodied virtually every one of the most noble aspects and values of the Republican Party, wrote Vaughn.