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Crazy day again, but Royal Family Things.   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Thursday, January 09, 2020 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

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JON PRATT has posted a 2007 video of him performing "Backyard Swing" with his three daughters that is charming in that Sound of Music meets Whiplash sort of way. And no, this isn't what I meant about the Royal Family (see below).

DAVID BOWIE: Hear “The Man Who Sold The World (ChangesNowBowie Version).”

WIRE shares “Primed And Ready.”

TAME IMPALA shares "Lost In Yesterday.”

WOLF PARADE shares “Julia Take Your Man Home.”

 

DESTROYER shares a video for “Cue Synthesizer.

THE BEST ALBUMS of the 1970s, according to Paste.

J MASCIS: “I buy guitars for an album hoping they’ll have songs in them.”

THE NUMBER ONES looks at Anne Murray's drippy "You Needed Me".

 

PRINCE HARRY & MEGHAN MARKLE are looking to move to Canada and California for a significant portion of this year as they actively consider their future role in the Royal Family.  It also looks like they want to make outside income and that the Palace is not thrilled that the Duke & Duchess have gone public before it got negotiated.

BUCK HENRY, the legendary screenwriter behind The Graduate and What’s Up, Doc? who also co-created Get Smart and was a regular presence in the early years of Saturday Night Live, died last night of a heart attack at Cedars-Sinai Health Center in Los Angeles. He was 89.

THE OSCARS will be hostless again.

JUSTIN BIEBER is battling Lyme disease.

ZOE KRAVITZ is profiled by Elle.

ROB LOWE claims his Netflix Christmas film, Holiday in the Wild, surpassed Martin Scorsese‘s The Irishman in terms of viewership.

DENISE RICHARDS' officially denies hooking up with The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills costar Brandi Glanville

FIREFLY: The cult classic could get a revival, under certain conditions.

THE TOP 16 POPES From Pop Culture, Ranked by The Ringer.

 

THESE DOGS were excited to befriend a goose. The feeling wasn't mutual.

THE SQUIRREL THREAT is not insured.

A BUNNY swims a river.

PUP on Strings.

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Another crazy day, but I have Things.   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Wednesday, January 08, 2020 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

Karl

THE FIVE AMERICANS: "I See The Light."

THE NEW PR0NOGRAPHERS visit World Cafe.

THURSTN MOORE visits WNYC.

CAROLINE POLCHEK visits The Current.

GUIDED BY VOICES shares "Volcano."

 

INDIE BASEMENT'S Favorite Albums of the 2010s.

TED LEO talks Dexys Midnight Runners with Morning Edition.

THE PEDAL STEEL has endless potential.

MUSIC evokes 13 emotions. It's science.

 

HARVEY WEINSTEIN was almost jailed before his trial gets underway.

CHLOE SEVIGNY is expecting her first child, with her boyfriend, Sinisa Mackovic.

BRAD PITT noted his personal life is a disaster.

GWYNETH PALTROW talks Goop, #MeToo, old boyfriends, psychedelics.

THE BAFTA nominations went to these folks. Congrats!

LORD OF THE RINGS: The Amazon series will feature Young Ned Stark.

ELIZABETH WURTZEL, whose startling 1994 memoir, “Prozac Nation: Young and Depressed in America,” won praise for opening a dialogue about clinical depression and helped introduce an unsparing style of confessional writing that remains influential, died on Tuesday in Manhattan. She was 52.

SILVIO HORTA, creator of ABC's popular series “Ugly Betty,” was found dead in a Miami motel room on Tuesday in an apparent suicide.

 

DIDIK THE ORANGUTAN's first day in school.

10000 CAMELS are at risk of being shot in Australia as they desperately search for water.

SIBERIAN HOGS raid a liquor store.

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Sharon Van Etten, Lucy Dacus, Whitney, Hippo   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Tuesday, January 07, 2020 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

Karl

SMOKEY ROBINSON & THE MIRACLES: "Tears of a Clown." Originally released in 1967, but it didn't become a hit until 1970. Sometimes, a hit takes time.

SHARON VAN ETTEN & LUCY DACUS play Austin City Limits.

WHITNEY plays World Cafe.

FRAMPTON CAME ALIVE in 1976; Paste has your video.

JEFF PARKER of Tortoise shares "Go Away."

 

BOB DYLAN, played by Timothee Chalamet as direcetd by James Mangold?

TINY MIX TAPES goes on hiatus; it's the end of an era.

IN MEMORIAM 2019: The Musicians We Lost.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at Nick Gilder's absurdly horny, post-glam, problematic power-popper "Hot Child In The City."

 

HARVEY WEINSTEIN was charged with four counts of sexual assault in Los Angeles County as his trial on similar charges in New York City is set to begin this month.

KNIVES OUT: A sequel is in the works.

CHRISTIAN BALE is in talks to join Chris Hemsworth in Marvel's Thor: Love and Thunder.

KATE BECKINSALE is spending time with Pete Davidson's best friend, Machine Gun Kelly.

THE ROCK is in training for DC's Black Adam.

STAR WARS: What does the future hold?

QUENTIN TARANTINO identifies the soundtrack that defined the decade, and it's not one of his.

 

HIPPO found swimming in family's pool on New Year's Eve.

CAT LOVERS less likely to go to church, research suggests.

WOODCHUCK attack in Beaver Dam.

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Nirvana, Beck, St Vincent, Craig Finn, Patrick Stickles, Michael Stipe, Birds   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Monday, January 06, 2020 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

Karl

THE SMITHEREENS: "Behind The Wall Of Sleep", Live on TheTube, 1987.

BECK & ST VINCENT joined NIRVANA's remaining members for a benefit mini-set.

CRAIG FINN, PATRICK STICKLES and more played tribute to the late Silver Jews and Purple Mountains founder David Berman.

CLAIRO, viral sensation, visits World Cafe.

FIELD MUSIC shares the WWI-themed “Do You Read Me?

 

MICHAEL STIPE shares a video for “Drive to the Ocean.”

WILCO is profiled at Relix.

CAROL KAYE: The legendary bassist is not thrilled with The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel or The Wrecking Crew documentary.

THE 60 BEST ALBUMS of the 1960s, according to Paste.

BILLBOARD is changing how it calculates its charts.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at Exile's late '70s genre melting pot "Kiss You All Over."

 

WEEKEND BOX OFFICE:  The Rise of Skywalker easily threepeats atop the chart with 33.7MM on a 53 percent drop, slipping back behind The Last Jedi, tho this may be a function of releasing this one closer to Christmas, a decision that may cost the House of Mouse 100MM.  Jumanji: The Next Level places with 26.5MM on a 25 percent drop that's pretty leggy considering the first one was a surprise and this one wasn't.  Little Women shows with 13.6MM on a leggy 19 percent drop, making the complaints about people not seeing it all the more strange.  The Grudge debuts in the fourth slot with11.3MM against a 10MM budget, and it will die quickly with an "F" CinemaScore.  Frozen II rounds out the Top Five with another 11.3MM on a 33 percent drop, approaching 450MM domestic, which is 50MM more than the original made in domestic theaters.

THE GOLDEN GLOBES were handed out to these folks. Congrats! (And sympathies to Scorsese.)

ROD STEWART and his eldest son, Sean, were allegedly involved in an altercation in Palm Beach, Florida, on New Year’s Eve.

STAR WARS' next saga reportedly will be set during the High Republic.ALSO: There's a rumored 3-hour version of The Rise of Skywalker.

CAMERON DIAZ and BENJI MADDEN welcomed their first child.

MARTIN SCORSESE and GRETA GERWIG were among those chatting at THR's Director's Roundtable.

TERRY GILLIAM talked to The Independent about #MeToo, the trials of being a white man, and why he's decided to become a ‘black lesbian in transition.'

MOVIES ARE GETTING LONGER, but are they getting worse?

STUDIO GHIBLI confirmed that they're working on two movies in 2020 - including one directed by legendary co-founder Hayao Miyazaki.

 

A BLACK-CAPPED CHICADEE, a Tufted Titmouse, and a female Red-bellied Woodpecker all feed from a hand.

AN ORPHAN ORANGUTAN learns to open a coconut.

EVEN THE BEAR  is like...how did you not see me?

AUSTRALIA is burning so much that the magpies sound like fire engines.

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Insane day, but I have your precious Echo.   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Friday, January 03, 2020 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl

Karl

THE WEEKEND STARTS HERE:

...with ECHO and the BUNNYMEN!  Live at the Royal Albert Hall, circa July 1983.  Your setlist includes: "Going Up," "With A Hip" and "All That Jazz"; "All My Colours (Zimbo)" and "Silver"; "The Cutter" and "The Killing Moon"; "Rescue" and "Never Stop"; and "Over the Wall." Your encores are "Crocodiles" and a wide-ranging take on "Do It Clean."

NOW SHOWING: This weekend's wide release is The Grudge, which is urrently scoring 14 percent on the ol' Tomatometer.

QUASSEM SULEIMANI was killed by a US airstrike at the Baghdad airport.  Most people don't know who he is and you're one of them, you could do worse than these pieces in Foreign Policy, The New Yorker, and The Atlantic.

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