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Strange Days By The Doors

Strange Days

The Doors

Electra 1967

Review by David Bowling

The Doors debut album sold over four million copies, and its number one single “Light My Fire” received massive radio airplay during early 1967. 410 more words

Cashbox Retro Reviews

Over but not done indeed!

Last night Breaking Bad won its final awards after six brilliant seasons (I don’t buy that AMC’s 5A and 5B split, apparently that’s the new thing because it’s not like you’re waiting for a whole new season, it’s just PART B of the one you’ve been watching…) But anyway, the show is… 614 more words

The Daily Show

My Top 300 Movies :: 226-230

226. Brick

A fantastic modern take on the film noir genre set in Orange County, California, in and around the area I grew up in. The fast-paced, intelligent and witty dialogue is tremendous, as is some of the stellar cast, especially Joseph Gordon-Levitt (always a favorite), Lukas Haas, Nora Zehetner and Matt O’Leary. 379 more words


Classic Rock 3

The Doors album L.A. Woman was their last album with Jim Morrison. It is said that Jim Morrison went back into the studio after the band recorded this song and over dubbed a whisper every time the song used the words… 56 more words

Alone Inside My Head

“I left that marriage because I was miserable. Now that I’m divorced I’m miserable and alone.”
This is a message that I hear a lot. Not just about marriage but about relationships in general and jobs too. 565 more words


Interview & Review: John Garcia of Vista Chino

 A Sense of Freedom – An Interview with John Garcia

Vista Chino/Former Kyuss frontman John Garcia finally has a solo album in the works. As a project he’s had on his mind for something like 20 years, he feels pretty good about it. 201 more words


WAITING FOR THE SUN by Barney Hoskyns

This book has been for a long time in my reading list, and I just recently put an hand on it and finally read it. 370 more words