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Wednesday, 17 July 2019

A Fantastic Project

Adventures Into Darkness No 7 (1952)

  


Jonathan Winters on The Jack Paar Show



Alberto Martini

Elsa Lanchester in The Bride of Frankenstein (1935)

Saturday, 13 July 2019

Solitude


From the album Big Ben Time recorded in London in January 1967, with Ben Webster (tenor sax), Dick Katz (piano), Alan Haven (organ), Spike Heatley (bass) and Tony Crombie (drums).







We'll Be Together Again

From Billie Holiday's Verve recordings (18/8/1956, LA, monaural). Ben Webster (tenor sax), Harry Edison (trumpet), Jimmy Rowles (piano), Barney Kessel (guitar).




Sunday, 7 July 2019


Solo

 Prince


From the album Come, 1994



So low, the curb looks like a skyscraper
So high, the stars are under me
So quiet, I can hear the blood rushing through my veins
So low, I feel like I'm going insane
The angels, they watch in wonder
When U made love 2 me
Through the rain and the thunder
U cried in ecstacy

And U were so kind
I felt sorry 4 all creation
Because at the time, no 1 was lucky
no 1 was lucky, no 1 was lucky as me

And now U're gone and I just wanna be still
So silent, I'll just let my senses sleep

It's gonna be so hard 2 hear my voice
If I ever learn once more 2 speak

I'm so lost, no 1 can find me
And I've been looking 4 so long
But now I'm done
I'm so low, solo, my name is no-one


Written by Prince & David Henry Hwang


Prince Plays the Smooth Blues



Sunday, 23 June 2019

When You Die

MGMT

From the album Little Dark Age, 2018







I'm not that nice
I'm mean and I'm evil
Don't call me nice
I'm gonna eat your heart out
I've got some work to do
Baby, I'm ready, I'm ready, ready, ready to blow my lid off
Yeah
Go fuck yourself
You heard me right
Don't call me nice again
Don't you have somewhere to be at seven thirty?
Baby, I'm ready, I'm ready, ready, ready to blow my brains out
You die
And words won't do anything
It's permanently night
And I won't feel anything
We'll all be laughing with you when you die
Words won't do anything
It's permanently night
And I won't feel anything
We'll all be laughing with you when you die
Go fuck yourself
I'm mean, not nice
You said it twice
You said it twice
Don't you have somewhere to be at seven thirty?
I've got some work to do
I'm gonna eat your heart out
I heard you the first time


Songwriters: Andrew Wells Vanwyngarden / Ariel Marcus Rosenberg / Benjamin Nicholas Huner Goldwasser

Friday, 21 June 2019

You'll Never Get To Heaven


Beyond the Clouds (Official Video)



Nancy Forter

i'm cyborg but that's ok


Fay Spain





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Images (album)



Tuesday, 18 June 2019

The Whole Truth

 
Gianna Maria Canale

Film Noir directed by John Guillermin, 1958 

"Stewart Granger is the Hollywood producer accused of a murder he didn’t commit in this neat little thriller set on the Riviera. Shot with typical energy and flair by tyro director John Guillermin (The Blue Max, Death on the Nile, The Towering Inferno), it was adapted by the great Jonathan Latimer from a play by Philip Mackie. We begin with a man on the run..." (Review).


A film producer has an affair with a troublesome actress but breaks it off and informs his wife. When the actress turns up dead, evidence only points towards the producer – will he be able to save himself, find the guilty party and save his marriage?





 
Donna Reed and Stewart Granger

 



 
Donna Reed and George Sanders