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Get The Crimson And Clover, I Think We're Alone Now!

I liked both of these singles as a kid, but I do still listen to Crimson and Clover today. Sometimes at work, I get really stressed out, like want to smash my fist through the computer monitor and throw it across the room. 95 more words

Most Importantly - The Vinyl

July 31

July 31, 1960 – The Sunkist Citrus House Shop Opens on Disneyland’s Main Street

“Almost any feature at Disneyland qualifies for Yester-resurrection, whether it’s the Sunkist Citrus House (a defunct beverage stand) or the Casa de Fritos (a corn-chip-themed Mexican restaurant).” – The New York Times… 63 more words

backtrack; West Side story (1961)

An incomparable – and occasionally cheesy – hit parade that also manages to say some relevant things about the obstacles of immigration and integration.

In my book of shakespearian song and dance tragedies.

backtrack; Såsom i en spegel (1961)

At first, this seems a rather misleading title for a movie so obsessed with staged obscurity. But when you grasp the meaning of the quote – biblical of course, this is Bergman after all – it turns out to be quite apt, actually. 12 more words