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  • the third man

    The Third Man

    Originally posted on Riding the High Country:Don’t be so gloomy. After all it’s not that awful. Like the fella says, in Italy for 30 years under the Borgias they had…

  • kool-the-gang

    Friday Forgotten Song: Summer Madness by Kool & the Gang

    Sampled years later by Will Smith for the background in his 'Summertime' ditty, among others, Summer Madness had to be one of the unforeseen strains to come out of the Light of…

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    Best Album Covers: A Start

    A couple of years ago writer Rob O’Connor, penning a column for Yahoo Music, posted a dead-on article that related on a subject I have a true soft spot towards. Even after…

  • Daylight

    Friday Forgotten Film: Daylight

    dis•as•ter |diˈzastər| noun - a sudden event, such as an accident or a natural catastrophe, that causes great damage or loss of life adjective - denoting a genre of films…

    ken bruen

    Reprise » Muy Bruen

    Some years ago, with encouragement by my friends Jen Forbus and Corey Wilde, I finally took the plunge and dived into a novel by author Ken Bruen. I reserve the right to insert…

    Don't Worry Baby

    Same Song, Different Movie: Don’t Worry Baby by Brian Wilson & Roger Christian

    Sharing similarities in key and melody with the famous Phil Spector-produced work, Don’t Worry Baby was primarily about duos. The singer about to race a rival, drag racing in relevance to his girlfriend, and the heart and soul relationship existing between the girl and singer. It’s why, after a good number of years, the song continues to work well with lovers. In this case, Wilson’s longtime hit from 1964 was used in a tender, harmonious context for two different movies, song versions, and the manner deployed in a pair of scenes.

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