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Yes, We Have No Pianos

Reasons for a backup piano:

  • First-string piano tears its ACL.
  • Leverage in contract negotiations.
  • Keith liked to play them both at the same time, stretching his arms out like Christ (if Christ were the keyboardist in Yes) to tinkle both sets of ivories.
  • 260 more words

Jerry Curl

Garcia had fewer chins than a phonebook from anti-Chinatown. Or an anti-phonebook from Chinatown. Whichever you can wrap your head around easier.

Also: the fro-and-muttonchops look didn’t work in the Teen Titans, and it doesn’t work here.

THE FRIDAY FILE.............WHY IT'S, "WORLD HELLO DAY" (REALLY!)

- picture courtesy of iggydonnelly.wordpress.com

Today, November 21st is, “World Hello Day”.  Before you think perhaps I’ve taken leave of my senses, I shall explain. 100 more words

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DVR Alert: Tonight On TCM.

Three great 70s road movies, tonight on Turner Classic Movies.

Howard Zieff’s Slither (1973, below) remains one of my favorites films. Richard B. Shull has a great couple scenes before the credits.

1973

A Big Old Band

Nothing specifically interesting about this one, but it’s cool on the whole and big enough to use as a desktop, if that’s your thing.

Please not: the proto-Wall’s asymmetry, Garcia’s bitchin’ track pants, the complete lack of security.

THE DAY OF THE DOLPHIN (1973)

Director of Photography: William A. Fraker

Director: Mike Nichols

Perfect Shots