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The Browns lived in an oversized brick Colonial on Crescent Avenue, nestled in among the other mansions, some of which dated back to before the Civil War. 1,717 more words


Elton John - Mona Lisas & Mad Hatters (1972)


Released in May 1972, Honky Château was Elton John’s fifth studio album and the one that started to propel the singer-songwriter to rock star status. 37 more words


John Lee Hooker: Bumblebee Bumblebee Lyrics

Since nobody else in the world, ever in the whole history of historicalness, has seen fit to transcribe the lyrics to John Lee Hooker ‘Bumblebee Bumblebee’ from… 237 more words

Record Collecting

Today in Grateful Dead History: March 21, 1972 - Academy of Music, New York, NY

The Grateful Dead used tonight’s show at New York’s Academy of Music, along with the following six shows at that same venue, as the warm up shows (and funding source) for their much-heralded 1972 tour of Europe, which would start on April 7th.  463 more words

Grateful Dead

Best Writing (Adapted) - 1972

Official Nominations: The Godfather. Cabaret. The Emigrants. Pete ‘n’ Tillie. Sounder.

As much as you would have expected The Godfather to sweep the board, this was one of the few awards it actually won, Coppola and Puzo completely transforming and bringing to life Puzo’s saga.  266 more words

The Oscars

Arrow Blu-ray Review: Images (1972)

Written by Robert Altman
Directed by Robert Altman
Starring Susannah York, Rene Auberjonois
Released December 18, 1972
RT 104 min.
Home Video Arrow Video
Classic Horrors rating… 765 more words