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At least I wasn't on I-95.   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Wednesday, January 05, 2022 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


BUFFALO SPRINGFIELD play "For What It's Worth."

SNAIL MAIL plays World Cafe.

LA LUZ plays KEXP.

LOW shares "I Can't Wait."

THE BEATLES: Get Back was mostly watched by us Olds.

NIRVANA: A judge has dismissed the Nevermind baby’s case against the band, but the saga may not be over yet.

STEPHEN LAWRENCE, who composed the music for hundreds of Sesame Street songs and served as music director for Free to Be... You and Me, died at age 82.


SPIDER-MAN: NO WAY HOME: From pitch to brainstorm to shooting to additional shoots to audience testing: how a blockbuster gets written.

NICOLAS CAGE, on playing Dracula.

GAL GADOT, on childbirth, the Israeli army, and, yes, "Imagine."

THE GOLDEN GLOBES: No celebrity presenters, no red carpet.

CHRIS EVANS is rumored to play Gene Kelly in an untitled film, which is based on an original idea conceived by Evans.

JOSH HARTNETT has signed on to join the cast of Christopher Nolan's Oppenheimer.

KEANU REEVES is in negotiations to star in Hulu’s series adaptation of The Devil In The White City, the big-budget take on Erik Larson’s 2003 book..

THE KING OF THE GEEZER TEASERS: Inside a direct-to-video empire, where many Hollywood stars have found lucrative early retirement.


DOG & COW, living together...

YOGA for food.

GOOD MORNING; now pet me.

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Baby, it's cold outside. (Denis O'Dell, RIP)   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Tuesday, January 04, 2022 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


LOVE TRACTOR plows through "Paint" and "Fun To Be Happy" in Athens, GA, circa 1983, for an instrumental Twofer Tuesday.


DENIS O'DELL, a producer on two Beatles movies as well as “How I Won the War,” “Robin and Marian” and “Heaven’s Gate,” died Dec. 30 from natural causes in Almería, Spain at his home in San José, Cabo de Gata. He was 98. You know his name; look up the number.

DAVID BOWIE's estate sold the global music publishing rights to his catalog for upwards of 250MM.

WILCO's Favorite Albums of 2021.

LIAM & NOEL GALLAGHER, still at it.

MICK JAGGER, on tourism on tour.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at George Michael and Elton John's triumphant live version of "Don't Let The Sun Go Down On Me."


MORBIUS is moving its release date from January to April --  which makes sense given that Spider-Man: No Way Home should still be rolling all month.

THE GRAMMYS are likely to be postponed due to covid concerns.

MEGXIT: Prince Harry and Meghan are selling their California mansion already?

PATTON OSWALD is offering an apology and sharing some reflections on his longtime friendship with fellow comedian Dave Chappelle.

KANYE WEST is dating actress Julia Fox.

JODY "BABYDOLL" GIBSON, infamous Hollywood madam, has died at 64.

JAMES BOND's stolen Aston Martin has been found 25 years later.


A GERENUK COUPLE out on a date.

A SABLE, living its best life.

A BIRD, fixing up a home.

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Betty White RIP, and the post-holiday bleakness.   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Monday, January 03, 2022 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


NANCY SINATRA: "These Boots Are Made For Walking." Are you ready?


SPOON's Brit daniel stops by KUTX.

ROYKSOPP returns with "(Nothing But) Ashes..."

SUFJAN STEVENS picks his most and least favorites of 2021.

THE TOP 10 COUNTRY & AMERICANA LPs, according to Paste.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at Michael Jackson's overwhelming media-blitz blockbuster "Black Or White" and Color Me Badd's sparkling uptempo R&B jam "All 4 Love."


WEEKEND BOX OFFICE: Spider-Man: No Way Home threepeats easily atop the chart with 52.7MM on a 38 percent drop.  Sing 2 remained in second with 19.6MM on a mere 12 percent drop.  The King's Man shows with 4.5MM on  24 percent drop.  Overall, the 2021 box office was double last year's, but still down 60 percent from 2019.

BETTY WHITE, who created two of the most memorable characters in sitcom history, the nymphomaniacal Sue Ann Nivens on “The Mary Tyler Moore Show” and the sweet but dim Rose Nylund on “The Golden Girls” — and who capped her long career with a comeback that included a triumphant appearance as the host of “Saturday Night Live” at the age of 88 — died on Friday at her home in Los Angeles. She was 99.  Here she is cracking up her co-stars.

DWANE JOHNSON has publicly declined Fast And Furious series star Vin Diesel's request to rejoin the action franchise for its upcoming 10th mainline entry.

THE 10 BEST FILMS of 2021, according to The Atlantic.

THE 50 BEST MOVIES of 2021, acording to Paste.

THE 30 BEST TV SHOWS of 2021, according to Paste.

THE HIGHEST-RATED TV SHOW of 2021 has been around for decades.

WHAT THE MCU Doesn't Say about the End of the World.

COMEDY'S Post-Cinematic Universe.



A LIONESS looks eager to eat a toddler who looks like a zebra.

CATS have caused more than 100 house fires in the past three years, South Korea officials say.

A DOGGO, making his own fun.

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This will be our year?   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Wednesday, December 29, 2021 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl



...with THE BEAT FARMERS!  Making a tradition of this more sober than usual, professionally-shot, early BF gig recorded at Universal Studios, including "There She Goes Again" (VU); "Road to Ruin," "Bigger Fool," "Reason to Believe" (Springsteen), "Powderfinger" (N. Young), "Happy Boy," "Big Ugly Wheels," "Bigger Stones," "Gun Sale at the Church," "Dallas Blues," "I Wanna Be Free," "Lakeside Trailer Park," "Death Train," and "Seven Year Itch."  If you're new to the band, my picks would be "Bigger Stones," "Happy Boy" and the cover of your choice.  BONUS:  Now how much would you pay?  But wait... there's more!  If you really want to see someone put the "bar" in "bar band," watch these NSFW clips from Houston, TX of the late Country Dick Montana leading the band through "Lucille" (K. Rogers) -- complete with his favorite beer bottle stunts -- followed by "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Wino," "Are You Drinkin' With Me, Jesus?" and "Mondo."  SUPER-SPECIAL BONUS: Country Dick rolls out "California Kid" and "Anarchy in the UK" (Language warning).

U2: Crushingly obvious, I know

NICK CAVE & SHANE MacGOWAN: "What a Wonderful World."

ABBA wishes you a "Happy New Year,"  but it doesn't sound anywhere as celebratory as "Take A Chance On Me." 

THE MOUNTAIN GOATS perform "This Year" at the M-Shop in Ames, IA.

OTIS & CARLA have a "New Year's Resolution."

CLAUDE PATE: Don't forget you can stream "New Year" on the Tube, with comments from a member of The Eclectics and Friend of Pate Ken King.

JOE JACKSON: Pate frequently attempted "One More Time" to often hilarious effect, so today I stick with Joe's early material, including "Sunday Papers" live on the OGWT, "Kinda Kute" on the Kenny Everett Video Show, and a Beat Crazy-era run of "On Your Radio."  The Rock Goes To College show provides live takes on "It's Different For Girls,"  "I'm The Man," and this pulsing version of his signature "Is She Really Going Out With Him?"  BONUS: The appropos finale, "Got The Time?

FLUXBLOG 's massive 2021 Survey Mix, on Spotify and Apple Music.

DEERHOOF is streaming their live LP, Devil Kids.

PATTI SMITH: 75 Years, 75 Songs.

JIMI HENDRIX's forgotten holiday EP.

THE 50 BEST ALBUMS of 2021, according to Brooklyn Vegan.

GET BACK: Every song played in Peter Jackson's Beatles doc.

THE ZOMBIES: "This Will Be Our Year."

BETTY WHITE shares her secrets to a happy life.


BRITNEY SPEARS says her extended music hiatus is a “f—k you” to her estranged family.

THE BEST TV SHOWS of 2021, according to Uproxx.

THE BEST TV SHOWS of 2021, according to The Ringer.

24 GREAT PERFORMANCES of 2021, according to Roger Ebert dot com.

THE BEST PERFORMANCES of 2021, according to The Ringer.

ELEPHANTS reunite with their caretaker.

THE PERFECT CRIME, except for the camera.

A CHIMP, feeding the fish.

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The Tuesday between.   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Tuesday, December 28, 2021 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


ALEX CHILTON: Let's enjoy the Box Tops' "The Letter" and Big Star's "In The Street" for the final Twofer Tuesday of 2021.


JOSH RITTER, Live at the Sheen Center.


SEA POWER shares "Lakeland Echo."


PATTI SMITH was given the key to the city of New York. She and Lenny played a bit also.

MITSKI Had to Quit Music to Love It.

THE 40 BEST ROCK ALBUMS of 2021, according to Paste.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at P.M. Dawn's spacey "Set Adrift On Memory Bliss."


THE BATMAN drops a third trailer online.

KANYE WEST buys a house across the street from Kim Kardashian.

THE VIEW struggles to replace Meghan McCain.

JEAN-MARC VALLEE, who helmed the 2013 drama "Dallas Buyers Club," died Sunday near Quebec City, Canada. He was 58 years old.


THE BEST MOVIES of 2021, according to Uproxx.


WHAT a Wonderful World.

DON'T mock the goat.

DRONE FOOTAGE of sharks swimming through a massive school of fish near Bridgehampton, New York.

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