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For ev'ry season, there are the Byrds. And Friday.   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Friday, September 25, 2020 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

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THE WEEKEND STARTS HERE:

... with THE BYRDS! To everything there is a season, and when the leaves start turning, my thoughts turn to this rare live threefer of "Turn! Turn! Turn!", "Bells of Rhymney" and "Mr. Tambourine Man", introduced by... David McCallum? There are more screaming girls, plus go-go dancers when they hit Shivaree for "All I Really Want to Do" and "Feel A Whole Lot Better."  There are even more dancers when they cover "Not Fade Away" for Shindig! on June 23, 1965, while I'm pretty sure that's Ed Wynn introducing "Chimes of Freedom."

THE B-52s' Fred Schneider has a quarantine playlist.

FROM THE EDGE OF AMERICA: Lonnie Holley and Richard Swift.

BRANDY CLARK plays a Tiny Desk Concert from Home.

SARAH JAROSZ visits with World Cafe.

THE SHINS: Hear two versions of a new song, "The Great Divide."

BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN has "Ghosts."

KURT VILE & JOHN PRINE: "How Lucky."

THE UNRIGHTEOUS BROTHERS bring the country to "You've Lost That Lovin' Feeling" and "Unchained Melody."

 

THURSTRON MOORE talks to Stereogum about Bernie Sanders, black metal, 'Gilmore Girls,' Steve Albini, and more.

BOB MOULD: “Unfortunately, this record seems perfectly timed.”

THE DOOBIE BROTHERS issue a legal demand to... Bill Murray.

W.S. "FLUKE" HOLLAND, who played drums for Johnny Cash and on early Carl Perkins staples like "Blue Suede Shoes," died Wednesday at 85.

COUSTEAU: "The Last Good Day of the Year." Or close to it.

MANDY MOORE and her husband Taylor Goldsmith (Dawes) are expecting their first child together, a son.

ZAYN MALIK & GIGI HADID welcome a baby girl.

REBEL WILSON debuted her new beau Jacob Busch on her Instagram page.

BAFTA revamps its entire voting and membership organization for film awards.

J.K. ROWLING's critics haven't read her books. I'm shocked.

RYAN REYNOLDS & ROB McELHENNEY want to own part of a British soccer club.

JENNIFER ANISTON was not Friends' first choice for Rachel?

DAVID FINCHER's Lost Projects.

 

LOBSTAHMAN saves the seagull that rode on his bow for 15 years.

A GOOD DOGGO, very excited to go on a walk.

A SPIDER, eating a bird.

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So, Thursday. Let's get to it.   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Thursday, September 24, 2020 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

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O'JAYS: "Backstabbers."

BEST COAST plays for KEXP.

REAL ESTATE visits with World Cafe.

RON GALLO visits with The Current.

PYLON: Hear 1979's "Modern Day Fashion Woman."

 

MATT BERNINGER shares "One More Second."

THE TOP 100 TOM PETTY SONGS, ranked by Steven Hyden.

CHRIS HILLMAN talks about his iconic work with the Byrds, surfing, John Coltrane and lots more.

BANDCAMP is disrupting the music industry.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at REO Speedwagon's anthemic, proudly wussy power ballad "Can't Fight This Feeling."

 

BLACK WIDOW is getting pushed back to May 7, 2021, delaying the MCU by a full year now.  

JORDAN PEELE is said to have played a prominent role in the decision to delay Candyman's release from Oct. 23 to next year, worried about encouraging consumers to gather in an enclosed, indoor cinema.

VARIETY, THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER, ROLLING STONE and VIBE are becoming a joint venture dubbed PMRC (which is pretty funny to people of a certain age).

NBC UNIVERSAL is downgrading its emphasis on its cable channels like Bravo, E!, USA and Syfy, and focusing on streaming.

TIME'S 100 Most Influential People.

JUSTICE LEAGUE: Zach Snyder is planning to shoot new scenes for HBO after all, with Cavill, Affleck, Gadot, and Fisher returning.

DOLLY PARTON talks tattoos.

TRUTH SEEKERS, an Amazon paranormal comedy starring Simon Pegg and Nick Frost, has a trailer online.

GALE SAYERS, the Chicago Bears legend has died after a lengthy battle with dementia. He was 77 years old.

 

THREE DOGS, ONE CAT: Who You Got?

A MOOSE, walking, no... running on the water.

THE HORSE ridden down the Dan Ryan Expressway by Chicago's "Dreadhead Cowboy" was critically injured in the ride and may need to be euthanized.

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Gonna be a busy Wednesday. Let's get to it.   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Wednesday, September 23, 2020 - 08:00 AM
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THE BEATLES: "You're Gonna Lose That Girl." "Yes, yes" from the "Yeah, yeah yeah" guys.

FLEET FOXES is streaming their new LP, Shore.

PYLON REENACTMENT SOCIETY: Live at Market Hotel, Jan. 5, 2019.

YO LA TENGO shares "Bleeding."

JULIA BARDO covers Fleetwood Mac's "Only Over You."

 

ROLLING STONE remade its list of 500 Greatest Albums Of All Time.

PATTI SMITH on solitude, her lifelong friend Sam Shepard, and writing her latest memoir.

BOB MOULD talks to SPIN about standing up for his rights on Blue Hearts and what he’s learned looking back at his career. 

TOMMY DeVITO, a founding member of The Four Seasons, has died of Covid-19 complications at 92.

THE NUMBER ONES BONUS TRACKS, the addendum to the Number Ones column that features songs picked by Stereogum's donors, looks at Gerry Rafferty's volcanic 1978 sax anthem "Baker Street."

 

THE EMMYS delivered their third straight year of record low viewership.

EMMA STONE and Dave McCary were spotted wearing matching ring bands.

TENET: Could there be a sequel?

BRADLEY COOPER has found his onscreen partner for the Leonard Bernstein film he will star in and direct for Netflix.

KIM CATTRALL talks to the LAT about “Sex and the City,” “Filthy Rich,” and more.

SUPERNOVA, starring Stanley Tucci and Colin Firth, has a trailer online.

FRIENDS: Gabrielle Union and Sterling K. Brown are headlining an all-Black rendition of the classic NBC show.  And they aren't calling it Living Single?

ELF never got a sequel because things were less than jolly between Will Ferrell and Jon Favreau, according to James Caan.

 

A BEAR AND HER CUBS, stalking a hiker.

A DUCKLING, falling asleep with a flower on its head.

AMERICA faces an explosion of millions of super-pigs.

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I would gladly pay you Tuesday for a hamburger today.   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Tuesday, September 22, 2020 - 08:00 AM
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JULIANA HATFIELD: The autumnal "My Sister" and the Blake Babies' cover of "Temptation Eyes" for Twofer Tuesday.

THE AVETT BROTHERS play for WFUV.

FONTAINES DC play for World Cafe.

LORI McKENNA also visits with World Cafe.

FLEET FOXES is dropping a new LP today, but there's no link as of yet.

 

MILEY CYRUS covers Blondie's "Heart of Glass." And Hall & Oates' "Maneater." For Tuesday.

JONI MITCHELL, ranked by Paste.

BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN says he has "a lot of projects" in the works for the near future, including full-length "lost albums" to release from his archives.

PAMELA HUTCHINSON, of soul group The Emotions, died on Friday at age 61.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at Wham! Featuring George Michael's sax-wailing ballad "Careless Whisper."

 

ELLEN DeGENERES addresses the toxic work environment allegations that plagued her show over the summer.

SCHITT'S CREEK: The rise of the cult show turned Emmy darling.

CHARLIZE THERON says she hasn't dated in five years.

QUIBI: They're already looking for a buyer.

THE PASSION OF THE CHRIST may be getting a sequel.

IT'S DAVID FINCHER WEEK at The Ringer.

MICHAEL LONSDALE,  the British-French actor famous for playing one of James Bond's most iconic villains, has died at 87.

 

TOO GOOD TO CHECK: A doggo accepts delivery.

A SLOW-SPEED HORSE CHASE on the Dan Ryan Expy in Chicago.

GRIZZLY CUBS block traffic at Grand Teton National Park.

GATOR vs TORTOISE: Who You Got?

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Every other day, every other day of the week is fine, yeah.   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Monday, September 21, 2020 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

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THE MAMAS & PAPAS: Can't trust that day.

NEW RELEASES: Paste will point you to Gillian Welch,  Fenne Lily, Teenage Halloween, and more.

BILL'S INDIE BASEMENT will point you to Matt Berry, Detroit spacerock, Ohsees, and more.

NAP EYES visit with World Cafe.

LYKKE LI covers Gloria Gaynor's "I Will Survive."

THE REPLACEMENTS share a video for "Can't Hardly Wait" with previously unseen footage.

 

STEVE MILLER released his Sept. 18, 1970 tribute to Jimi Hendrix on the 50th anniversary of Jimi's death.

MICKEY DOLENZ recalls Jimi opening for The Monkees.

ELVIS COSTELLO talks about the streaming era, his catalog, and more.

SEMISONC's Dan Wilson has opened up about how Liam Gallagher indirectly inspired the band to reunite to release new music.

SPINAL TAP reached a settlement with Vivendi and its StudioCanal division.

VAN MORRISON: Not a fan of the coronavirus lockdowns.

DAVE KUSWORTH of Jacobites, TV Eye and The Dogs D'Amour and other groups, has died at age 60.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at Foreigner's adult-contempo power-ballad wailer "I Want To Know What Love Is."

 

WEEKEND BOX OFFICE?  Tenet repeats atop the chart with 4.7MM on a 26 percent drop, for a 36.1MM domestic total and 250MM worldwide.  The New Mutants placed with 1.6MM on a 23 percent drop in its fourth frame.  Infidel, an action pic starring Jim Caviezel, showed with a 1.5MM debut.  Unhinged drops tothe fourth slot with 1.3MMon a 14 percent drop.  The Broken Hearts Gallery rounds out the Top Five with 800K.

MULAN: Samba TV, a viewer tracking company for smart TVs, says the movie, which is running on Disney+, pulled in an estimated 33.5 MM, which is more realistic than the prior story about 261MM.

THE EMMYS went to these folks. Congrats.

QUEEN ELIZABETH II revokes Harvey Weinstein's CBE honor, which he was awarded in 2004 for services to the British film industry.

DANNY MASTERSON appeared in court on charges of raping three women at his home between 2001 and 2003.

TOM HARDY is rumored to be the next James Bond. Again.

BILL MURRAY, picking college football games from a hammock.

FAST TIMES AT RIDGEMONT HIGH: The bits of the celebrity table read I saw were pretty good.

LETTERBOXD: The Future of Film Talk?

 

THE AVERAGE CAPE TOWN CAT kills 90 animals a year.

A HERD OF ELEPHANTS cross the road.

SEX-CRAZED GIANT SPIDERS are invading UK homes now.

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