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Friday, February 04, 2011 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl



...with VAN MORRISON!  One great artist, many years of great songs and performances.  "Here Comes the Night," "Domino" and "Wild Night" are from 1974.  "Cypus Avenue" goes back to 1970.  "Moondance" plus "And It Stoned Me" date from 1980.  And I'm not sure of the date for these takes on "Into the Mystic" and "Tupelo Honey."

THE STREETS are advance streaming Computers and Blues, reportedly their last LP. Not really my bag, but maybe yours.

STARS played a Tiny Desk Concert at the offices of NPR.

TRISTEN & THE RINGERS did the four free songs thing for Daytrotter.

THE PAINS OF BEING PURE AT HEART advance you the title track to Belong.

DUM DUM GIRLS drop the title track to the He Gets Me High EP.

MOONDOGGIES drop "What Took So Long" from their Tidelands LP.

LED ZEPPELIN, Live at the Inglewood Forum in L.A., June 23, 1977.  Keith Moon guests on three tracks.

PETER BJORN & JOHN got a "Second Chance" with Conan. Sounds great, fellahs, but I coulda used a little more cowbell.

ST. VINCENT: Annie Clark talks to the WSJ about Sundance, collaborations and future plans.

THE DECEMBERISTS: Nate Query answers queries from the Mpls City Pages about Portlandia and gearing up to tour The King Is Dead.

LOU BARLOW talks Sebadoh and Dinosaur, Jr. with the Santa Barbara Independent.

SUFJAN STEVENS gives a wide-ranging interview to Under The Radar.

AMOS LEE looks to become the lowest selling Billboard chart-topper ever, with Iron & Wine a close second.

THE BEATLES: Two previously unreleased Beatles tracks from the Cirque Du Soleil stage show soundtrack 'Love' are to be made available for download on Feb. 8. But the MOJO blog recently listed many more unreleased Beatlesongs that could be made available digitally.

ALBUM COVERS recreated in Lego.

CUTOUT BIN: From Elvis Costello to Eddie Holland, from the Monkees to the Arctic Monkeys, from Roy Orbison to Living Colour, from John Barry to Juliana Hatfield, plus Squeeze, the Hollies, Buffalo Springfield, White Stripes and more  -- this Friday's fortuitous finds are now streaming from the Pate page at the ol' HM.

NOW SHOWING: This weekend's wide releases are both thrillers: Sanctum (in 3-D), which is currently scoring 35 percent on the ol' Tomatometer; and The Roommate, which was not screened for critics. Must be February!

HALLE BERRY & GABRIEL AUBRY take their custody dispute to Internet tabloids.  Camp Gabriel says it won't leak numerous emails, text messages and voicemails from Berry which document her angry and jealous rages -- but one magically surfaces at the same website! And People runs a story about jealousy over Kim Kardashian. Camp Halle claims the child is terrified by Gabriel... and the same website finds an ex-gf claiming Gabriel is a borderline racist.

CHARLIE SHEEN denies rumors of a conservatorshipor a sitcom shutdown, and complains: "[T]wo wars are in an endless state of sorrow. Egypt about burned to the ground, and all you people care about is my bullsh-t....?" At this site, we can do both... so let's check in with the madam who claims Sheen has his own adult video!

LINDSAY LOHAN: I wondered here whether she was tipped off about police seeking a search warrant of her home for a stolen necklace... and she reportedly was.  Lohan's defense to grand theft is that she was told the by the owner of Kamofie & Company that she could take the necklace on loan ... and the surveillance video doesn't prove otherwise because there's no audio. (I would not be surprised if California outlawed surveillance audio, as opposed to video.)

BRITNEY SPEARS denies the claim that she used a dance double in her new video.

ELTON JOHN criticizes Billy Joel, explains his decision to play Rush Limbaugh's wedding and more in the new Rolling Stone.  In response, Billy Joel says he's not angry at Sir Elton.

MAD MEL UPDATE: Gibson attempted to commit suicide by "death by cop" after his wife left him and ended their 26 year marriage, according to a friend of the star.

DALLAS: Larry Hagman, Patrick Duffy and Linda Gray are now all confirmed to return to Southfork for the TNT reboot.

SUPERMAN: Who won't -- and who might -- play Lois Lane opposite Henry Cavill in the Zach Snyder reboot.

HOLLYWOOD'S TOP 40: Creative figures -- stars, directors, producers -- and the money they earn from film, compiled by Vanity Fair.


MARIA SCHNEIDER, the French star of "Last Tango in Paris," has died at the age of 58 after a long illness.

TERROR in the UK: The London Tube bombers were guided and encoraged by a contact in Pakistan. America accused the UK Treasury of blocking attempts to close down "terrorist financiers" operating in Britain and being more concerned with protecting the interests of the City, leaked documents show.

EGYPT: The Lede continues to provide updates on street protests in Egypt. The deployment of plainclothes forces paid by Mubarak's ruling party - men known here as baltageya - has been a hallmark of the Mubarak government, and there were many signs their violence was carefully choreographed.  Vice President Omar Suleiman made a lot of news in an interview on state TV, saying he will not run for president.  The US is rapidly reassessing its tenuous relationship with the Muslim Brotherhood, although officials have engaged in back-channel talks with Egyptian members of the movement for years in recognition of its substantial popular support.

JORDAN's powerful Muslim opposition urged the country's newly appointed prime minister to step down, calling him the wrong person to introduce democratic reforms and tackle deepening poverty and unemployment.

IRAN: A London-based think tank claimed Iran could have nuclear weapon in one or two years. Iraq's Prime Minister Maliki accused Iran of arming foreign fighters.

CORGIS PLAY TETHERBALL: Let's go to the video.

THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST TREE OCTOPUS is not endangered so much as being an Internet hoax.

A PUPPY was saved from almost certain deah by shipping.

A JAPANESE DOG is able to detect bowel cancer using its sense of smell, according to new research.

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