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The Devil Rides Out . . . All the Way to the Bank

I jumped at the chance to participate in the Great Villain Blogathon, mainly because it looked like a hell of a lot of fun, and because it’s been a while since I’ve participated in a blogathon.   920 more words

1968

Billy Nicholls's Psychedelic Masterpiece

I arrived at Cafe L’Aube this afternoon to meet up with my friend James.  He was sitting in the front window, adorned in shoulder-length hair, floral shirt,and studio headphones through which something was issuing causing him to bop his head in that shameless brand of exuberance that comes from just having discovered something amazing. 106 more words

Thoughts

Day 82: "Happiness is a Warm Gun"

When was it recorded?   Sept. 23-26, 1968

When was it first released, and on which album?   Nov. 22, 1968 on “The Beatles”

Who wrote it? 771 more words

Beatles

The Beatles: Hey Jude (1968) - Song Review

The Beatles… I mean these guys still to this day kick some total ass when it comes to their music! I mean I would say that not only did they help trail blaze some of the awesomeness that is heavy metal, but considering the fact that these guys have been broken up for years, with a lot of the band having died…  And considering the fact that there are still young men and women from all over the world that are getting in to their music,  that not only are they British icons, but historical icons as well! 268 more words

Song Reviews

The Ten Best THAT GIRL Episodes of Season Three

Welcome to a new Sitcom Tuesday! Today we’re continuing our series on the best episodes featuring Ann Marie, a.k.a. That Girl (1966-1971, ABC). Fortunately, every episode is available on DVD. 1,626 more words

Best Episodes

Literary Journal Monday - Earth Day, Every Day Part Two

It’s April, it’s spring time, it’s RAINING! To bring May flowers, of course.  So, I jumped head first into an April 1968 edition of Blackwood’s Magazine, more specifically, Roy Neal Williams’ … 250 more words

Reviews

82. greetings (1968)

Similar to Scorsese’s Who’s That Knocking At My Door?, Greetings is an example of a cinema-lover throwing his hat into the filmmaking ring for the first time. 200 more words

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