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Gems 3.80

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About Albert Camus

Albert Camus (1913-1960) was a French philosopher who, in 1957 at age 44, received the Nobel Prize for Literature — the second youngest ever to do so.   161 more words

Light-filled Gems

Original Motion Picture Score - Ned Kelly (1970)

This is an unfairly overlooked album, representing a pivotal period in the Outlaw country scene. The original Outlaw movement is generally attributed to Waylon Jennings, who did the actual rebelling-against-the-Nashville-mainstream-from-within-the-system that led to the scene’s ascendance, though both Kris Kristofferson and Willie Nelson were more than doing their bit from outside Nashville (and Johnny Cash had been all along). 475 more words

Music

'Music is as crucial as the ramblings in my notebook app' - The Undercover Soundtrack, Andrew Lowe

My guest this week says his entire novel was triggered by just one song – Nobody Wins by Kris Kristofferson. He’d had the idea rolling around in his head as a vague kind of fancy, but the Kristofferson song was a sudden technicolor epiphany, making sense of the half-formed ideas, giving him a final scene. 71 more words

Undercover Soundtrack

Hickok on 4K + Blu-ray August 15

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HICKOK

STARRING LUKE HEMSWORTH, TRACE ADKINS, KRIS KRISTOFFERSON AND BRUCE DERN… 474 more words

Movies

'Music is as crucial as the ramblings in my notebook app' - Andrew Lowe

My guest this week says his entire novel was triggered by just one song – Nobody Wins by Kris Kristofferson. He’d had the idea rolling around in his head as a vague kind of fancy, but the Kristofferson song was a sudden technicolor epiphany, making sense of the half-formed ideas, giving him a final scene. 74 more words

Undercover Soundtrack

I ain't no better than a dirty dime.


I was reading a story from Rolling Stone about an old favorite of mine, Kris Kristofferson.  I don’t listen to him often, but if I want to taste the nectar of depression I play a couple verses of his heart-felt lyrics.   150 more words

Book

Film Review: 'Hickok'

As Hollywood has more or less given up on conventional westerns as mass-audience magnets, diehard fans of the genre have come to rely on a steady stream — or, at the very least, a consistent trickle — of small-budget, independently produced oaters to satisfy their appetite for old-fashioned sagebrush sagas. 514 more words

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