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183) Nancy Sinatra & Frank Sinatra - "Somethin' Stupid"

When Sinatra founded Reprise Records in 1960, one of the benefits of being Chairman of the Board was artistic freedom. Between his more standard offerings, he recorded a tribute to his onetime mentor, bandleader Tommy Dorsey (1962’s I Remember Tommy); paid homage to the late President John F. 845 more words


Rocks In The Attic #581: Marty Robbins - ‘Gunfighter Ballads And Trail Songs’ (1959)

I’d never heard this record before last week when I found it for the princely sum of one New Zealand dollar in a local charity shop. 221 more words


Better Call Saul - 'Mabel'

Following the cliff-hanger finale of the second season, where Chuck tricks Jimmy into confessing that he’d tampered with the Mesa Verde documents, it almost feels cruel that the show opens with a flash forward to Jimmy/Saul/Gene in the ‘present’ managing a Cinnabon, or at least it would, if it wasn’t a running theme in the series to start every season with a glimpse of the present; in addition the best moments in the show are characterised by long periods without speech. 587 more words


This Week in History: Nancy + Frank, Billy Joel, DLR, and The Beatles

Hey Guys, Joe Causi back at you again with another week in history. This week, we’re filled with some highs and some lows — from the breakup of The Beatles to the biggest father and daughter duet of all time! 297 more words


Belladonna of Sadness - Alexandra Savior

Si vous êtes des lecteurs attentifs de ce blog, ce dont je ne doute pas, vous vous souviendrez que j’avais déjà évoqué Alexandra Savior dans un article consacré à … 500 more words