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Symbolic archiving in Bad Timing

Bad Timing (1980) bookended a decade of extraordinary creativity for its director Nicolas Roeg. In the 1970s he made Peformance, Walkabout, Don’t Look Now and  3,301 more words

Articles

A most educational quiz.

Damian never missed the quiz just after midnight every week night on the public radio station.  He enjoyed the challenge of quick recall of facts and details, and it was fun learning new things along the way. 863 more words

Fiction

This Week In History: Simon & Garfunkel's "Graduate," Blondie's "Heart Of Glass," and Van Halen's "5150"

The music history books are vast and full of interesting bits of knowledge.

“Big” Jay Sorensen gives you a recap of the biggest and most interesting music news from the week; something from the 1960s, ’70s and ’80s. 1,139 more words

Features

Vinyl Wednesday: Simon & Garfunkel - Bridge Over Troubled Waters


Wednesday is here yet again, and today I’m presenting the classical album “Bridge Over Troubled Waters” by Simon & Garfunkel which includes a plethora of huge hits. 145 more words

USA

Who Did It Better? 'Hazy Shade Of Winter' Simon & Garfunkel Vs The Bangles

Simon and Garfunkel released “Hazy Shade of Winter” in October of 1966 and took the song to #13 on the charts.

19 years later, girl group The Bangles redid the song for the “Less Than Zero” movie soundtrack and took it to #2. 41 more words

Music

What's in the Bag? (29-39)

I mentioned in What’s In The Bag 28? that I mentioned that I bought 10 albums for £21 but it turns out was actually 11. When I am paying £20 for one album, this really is quite a bargain and they are in fine condition. 214 more words

Spotify

Paul Simon

In an in-depth interview reprinted in American Songwriter, Simon discusses the craft of songwriting with music journalist Tom Moon. In the interview, Simon explains the basic themes in his songwriting: love, family, social commentary, etc., as well as the overarching messages of religion, spirituality, and God in his lyrics. 109 more words

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