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Oh this week is going to be a thing, including Tuesday Things.   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Monday, March 22, 2021 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

Karl

MANFRED MANN'S EARTH BAND, "Blinded by the Light," Live in '75.

STING plays a Tiny Desk Concert from Home.

GEORGE BENSON visits World Cafe.

FROM MY BLOODY VALENTINE TO OASIS: Creation Records' Top 21 Releases.

LANA DEL REY is releasing her second album of this year in June.

DAN SARTAIN, the Alabama-based garage rock singer-songwriter, died on Saturday. He was 39 years old.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at Michael Jackson's comeback smash "Bad."

 

MEAT LOAF is turning “I’d Do Anything For Love (But I Won’t Do That)” into a reality competition show.

MEGXIT: Harry & Megan did not actually marry before the royal ceremony, as they suggested to Oprah.

PORTIA de ROSSI is recovering at home from appendicitis.

BOBBY BROWN JR. died from a cocktail of drugs.

SILICON VALLEY's Thomas Middleditch has been accused of sexual misconduct at a secretive Los Angeles goth nightclub in 2019.

JAMIE FOXX will play MIKE TYSON in a Martin Scorsese-produced mini-series.

ANNA FARIS explained why her natural “competitiveness” contributed to her divorces from actors Chris Pratt and Ben Indra.

TENET is extending its IMAX run in NYC and L.A., a positive sign for the biz. It's also headed to HBOMax, despite Christopher Nolan's criticism of the service.

 

EVERYONE likes skritches.

CAT vs MOUSE: Who You Got? (It's a trick question.)

A MANTA RAY photobombs a surfer.

DUCKLINGS cross a lily pond.

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The Byrds, and a time for Friday Things.   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Friday, March 19, 2021 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

Karl

THE WEEKEND STARTS HERE:

... with THE BYRDS!  Pretty much because I dig them as we turn into Spring (or Fall).  Let's start with a rare 1965 clip of their breakthrough smash cover of "Mr. Tambourine Man."  There are screaming girls, plus go-go dancers when they hit Shivaree for "All I Really Want to Do" and "Feel A Whole Lot Better."  Next up is a rare sync of "I Knew I'd Want You." There are even more dancers when they cover Buddy Holly's "Not Fade Away" for Shindig! on June 23, 1965, while I'm pretty sure that's Ed Wynn introducing "Chimes of Freedom."  You might recognize the voice introducing "Bells Of Rhymney" from poolside in August 1965 and "It Won't Be Wrong" from a corral in January 1966 on Where The Action Is.  BONUS:  Want a couple in color?  Here's "Turn, Turn, Turn!" and "Mr. Spaceman." DOUBLE BONUS: A rare 1967 sync of "Eight Miles High."

LAKE STREET DIVE plays WFUV.

FRANCES FOREVER visits The Current.

DOTS plays new material live at Atlanta’s Standard Electric Recorders.

SPIRIT OF THE BEEHIVE is profiled by Stereogum.

RINGO STARR reviews Let It Be.

 

ARMIE HAMER is under investigation by the LAPD for a rape allegation.

RALPH FIENNES defends J.K. Rowling.

SHARON STONE, on how Basic Instinct almost broke her before it made her.

MADDOX JOLIE-PITT testified against dad Brad in the child custody case.

WILL BRITNEY SPEARS tell all to Oprah?

VENOM 2 is moving to September.

CHRISTOPER NOLAN: The author of 'The Nolan Variations' discusses the auteur's influences and identity with Sonny Bunch.

 

DOG & BUTTERFLY: Not the Heart song.

A CAT and a coin trick.

FOUR BALL, in the side pocket.

A PUPPER's Welcome.

A BORDER COLLIE watches herself win the ‘17 Purina Pro Challenge on TV.

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A Throuple of Thursday Things.   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Thursday, March 18, 2021 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

Karl

BLUE SWEDE: "Hooked on a Feeling," introduced by the late Don Kirshner. Ooga-Chucka.

MOGWAI, Live on KEXP at Home.

DANIEL LANOIS visits World Cafe.

LAURA MVULA shares "Church Girl," which is very 80s.

 

CRAZY HORSE's Poncho Sampedro on two new Neil Young reissues, dropping acid at Budokan, "quarantining" on Young's ranch to make Ragged Glory, and organic farming in Hawaii.

MTV's BEHIND THE MUSIC is set to return on Paramount+.

THE TOP 10 Teen Movie Songs.

THE NUMBER ONES on Tawny Kitaen, the late-'80s glam metal zeitgeist, and Whitesnake's "Here I Go Again."

 

A-ROD & J-LO try to put the breakup rumors to bed with a kiss.

ANGELINA JOLIE & BRAD PITT are approaching a long-awaited trial in their divorce that could include testimony from their three minor children as well as testimony regarding allegations of domestic violence.

SHARON OSBOURNE is Denying Allegations Of Racism And Claims She Was ‘Set Up.'

RACHAEL LEIGH COOK and Daniel Gillies finalized their divorce.

MARVEL MOGUL Kevin Feige discounts the rumor that Chris Evans could return as Captain America... but not directly.

IS APPLE TV+ For Real Yet?

PEAK SUPERHERO is Here.

 

A SLOTH, boating and playing with water.

FRISKY GOATS roaming the streets of a north Wales town are booming after not getting contraception due to the coronavirus pandemic.

IT'S THE SMARTEST BREED, they said.

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St. Pat's, More Yaphet Kotto RIP, and Wednesday Things.   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Wednesday, March 17, 2021 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

Karl

HERE'S ST. PATRICK'S DAY:

...with JOE STRUMMER and THE POGUES!  People will be getting their drink and dance on, so enjoy Joe, Shane and the band putting a Celtic spin on "London Calling" and "I Fought The Law" for St. Patrick's Day, 1988. Follow that up with the Dropkick Murphys' videos for "I'm Shipping Up to Boston" (which you may have heard in Martin Scorsese's The Departed) and "The Wild Rover."  Round it out with an Old Grey Whistle Test of my fave Pogues song, "Sally MacLennane," and a Shamrock Shake.

BONUS POGUES: Amost 2 hours, 15 minutes of discussion and analysis on Political Beats, with guest Alfred Schultz.

FLOCK OF DIMES shares "Hard Way."

LAMBCHOP shares "A Chef's Kiss."

JONATHAN RICHMAN: The Aquarium Drunkaed Interview.

GANG OF FOUR: Damien Hirst and the RHCP's Flea pay tribute.

WILLIE NELSON talks about a new album of songs that Frank Sinatra made famous, his first-ever South by Southwest keynote address, possible plans for an in-person Fourth of July Picnic this year, a new book written with his pal Turk Pipkin, and more.

ABBEY ROAD is buying a remote capability.

SALLY GROSSMAN, the wife of Bob Dylan‘s former manager Albert and star of the singer's most iconic cover art, has died aged 81.

 

CONFIRMED: YAPHET KOTTO, a versatile actor whose many roles included the wisecracking engineer in the hit science-fiction film “Alien,” the villainous adversary in the James Bond movie “Live and Let Die” and a police lieutenant on the long-running television series “Homicide: Life on the Street,” died on Monday near Manila. He was 81.

MEGXIT: Prince Harry has spoken to his dad, Charles, and brother, William, after his bombshell Oprah Winfrey interview - but the talks so far are "not productive," the banished royal told TV host Gayle King.

THE OSCARS: Only presenters, nominees and guests will attend in-person.

THE GOLDEN GLOBES: More than 100 PR firms threaten to withhold talent unless the HFPA makes "transformational change."

MATTHEW McCONNAUGHEY started his own YouTube channel.

A-ROD flew to meet J-LO in the Dominican Republic.

ELLIOT PAGE is profiled by TIME.

PETE DAVIDSON had to deny a marriage report put out by a production company.

ADRIEN BRODY has been tapped to play Pat Riley in Adam McKay's HBO series about the Lakers.

 

CAT vs DRONE: Who You Got?

NONE SHALL PASS, unless you do the Crane Dance.

A FLOCK OF GEESE, on the march.

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A smattering of Tuesday Things.   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Tuesday, March 16, 2021 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

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THE FOUNDATIONS: "Build Me Up, Buttercup" and "Baby, Now That I Found You" are your Twofer Tuesday.

NEW RELEASES: Paste has Valerie June, harmony Woods, The Horrors, and more.

BILL'S INDIE BASEMENT has Gang of Four, Cool Ghools, Metronomy, and more.

MATT BERNINGER covers Morphine, the Velvet Underground, Bettye Swan, and Eddie Floyd on the deluxe edition of Serpentine Prison.

TEENAGE FANCLUB shares "The Sun Won't Shine one Me."

PAUL WELLER shares "Glad Times."

 

ADRIENNE LENKER plays "Dragon Eyes" for Fallon.

THE MOUNTAIN GOATS' John Darnielle, interviewed by Jack Antonoff.

U2 is streaming a series of classic concerts on the Tube.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at Whitney Houston's grandiose old-school ballad "Didn't We Almost Have It All."

 

THE OSCARS nominations went to these folks. Congrats!  Plus analysis.

YAPHET KOTTO, best known for his role as technician Dennis Parker in Alien, NBC's Homicide: Life on the Street, Live and Let Die, and The Running Man, is reportedly dead at 81. Presumably this will get confirmed or debunked later today.

THE GRAMMYS' ratings hit a new record low this year.

J-LO & A-ROD: Inside their abandoned weddings.

MEGXIT: Prince Harry and Prince William Are Reportedly Texting Again After Their Year-Long Rift.

PIPPA MIDDLETON and her husband James Matthews have welcomed their second child.

THE FALCON AND THE WINTER SOLDIER drops a final trailer.

JUSTICE LEAGUE: Early reviews suggest the Snyder Cut is much improved, if not a masterpiece.

SOLEIL MOON FRYE’s first love was Charlie Sheen.

 

A WALRUS turns up in Ireland after it is thought to have drifted across the Atlantic after falling asleep on iceberg.

A DOGGO two-steps in the park.

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