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Tuesday, if briefly.   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Tuesday, September 21, 2021 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


THE FLIRTATIONS deliver slices of Northern Soul with "Nothing But A Heartache" and "What's Good About Goodbye My Love" for Twofer Tuesday.



GENESIS reunion tour videos.

BARTEES STRANGE covers Richard Swift's "Lady Luck," my fave Swift tune. (I prefer the original, but this is pretty good.)

DAVID CROSBY: Hear the demo for "Laughing."

ELVIS COSTELLO EN ESPANOL: 'This Year's Model' Reimagined.

BOB DYLAN: What's on Springtime In New York?

THE WRENS' Kevin Whelan is releasing a new album under the name Aeon Station in December, featuring songs intended for the band's 'Meadowlands' followup. Charles Bissell is not involved.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at Wilson Phillips' shimmering smash "Hold On."


ANTHONY JOHNSON, the comedian and actor who played the memorable Ezal in Friday, has died, his rep LyNea Bell confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter. He was 55.

THE EMMYS bucked a recent trend for major awards shows — early figures have the show up in viewers after two straight years of all-time lows.

GILLIAN ANDERSON was asked by a reporter whether she'd consulted with (the late) Margaret Thatcher about playing her on The Crown.

BENNIFER: He's in awe of her.

NICOLE KIDMAN is profiled by Harper's Bazaar.

ALICIA SILVERSTONE has joined Bumble. As if.

JOHN WATERS: Bad Taste is Dead.

MARCIA LUCAS, who edited Star Wars, on the Disney sequels.



HOW TO Adopt a Human.

MONKEY THEIVES & DRUNK ELEPHANTS:  The Weird World Of Animal 'Crime.'

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It just turns out that way.   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Monday, September 20, 2021 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


THE MAMAS & PAPAS: Can't trust that day.

NEW RELEASES: NPR will point you to José González, Buena Vista Social Club, Bob Dylan and more.

BILL'S INDIE BASEMENT has Blunt Bangs, YVETTE, Mild High Club, and more.

SHARON VAN ETTEN covers the Velvet Underground's "Femme Fatale."


THE STRANGLERS continue to push boundaries.

CHARLIE WATTS: Tim Ries played with the Stones on tour, and jazz with Watts on the nights off, for 20 years.

B.B. KING has 15 children, but was he the father of any of them?

THE TEN BEST GENESIS SONGS, according to Stereogum.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at Madonna's "Vogue," the dance-craze house music smash that brought a whole underground subculture into the spotlight.


WEEKEND BOX OFFICE: Shang-Chi and the Legend of Ten Rings threepeats atop the chart with 21.7MM on a leggy 37 percent drop, a third frame beaten only by the original ItFree Guy has extra life in the second slot, earning 5.2MM on a 10 percent drop.  Clint Eastwood's Cry Macho shows with 4.5MM, dogged by lukewarm reviews and a day-and-date release on HBOMax.

SHANG-CHI may be banned from China for perceived "insults."

THE EMMYS were awarded to these folks. Congrats!

ALANNIS MORISSETTE claims she was raped by multiple music industry people when she was 15.

ADELE  and boyfriend Rich Paul are Instagram-official.

SELMA BLAIR, on documenting her MS journey, including a successful stem cell transplant.

ROBERT DURST, the enigmatic real estate scion who evaded criminal suspicion for half his life only to become a national sensation after damaging admissions were aired in a 2015 documentary on HBO, was convicted on Friday in the execution-style murder of a close confidante more than 20 years ago.


A NANNY DOG tends a child at the beach.

A SEAGULL photobombed a young couple's sunset video in Dampier, Western Australia.

GOATS: The Unconventional Weapon Against Future Wildfires.

ALL OF THE LIONS AND TIGERS at the National Zoo have COVID. Stay socially distanced.

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At the end of a long week, Husker Du.   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Friday, September 17, 2021 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


...with HUSKER DU!  Live from London's Camden Palace in 1985. Your setlist includes: "New Day Rising"; "It's Not Funny Anymore"; "Everything Falls Apart"; "Girl Who Lives on Heaven Hill"; "I Apologize"; "If I Told You"; "Folklore"; "Terms of Psychic Warfare"; "Powerline"; "Books About UFOs"; "Chartered Trips"; "Diane"; "Celebrated Summer"; "Every Everything"; "Makes No Sense at All"; "Pink Turns to Blue"; "Ticket to Ride"; "Reoccurring Dreams/Dreams Reoccurring"; "Eight Miles High"; and "Love Is All Around".

ST VINCENT visits World Cafe.


SOUL BLIND streams their Third Chain EP.

NOTHING covers the Delfonics' 1968 soul classic "La La Means I Love You."

NICK CAVE & THE BAD SEEDS share "Earthlings."

DEATH FROM ABOVE 1979 covers Journey's "Don't Stop Believin'."

CHURCH GIRLS share "Basement."

BILLY IDOL talks about bits and pieces from across his career — from his early days following the Sex Pistols to sharing a stage with Miley Cyrus just a few months ago.


DENIS VILLENEUVE, on the MCU, and why big-budget movies are still relevant when they’re coming from master storytellers.

JEOPARDY will go with Mayim Bialik and Ken Jennings for the rest of the year.

MARILYN MANSON's rape accuser just had her lawsuit against the shock rocker tossed out of court.

OSCAR ISSAC's Interesting Decade: Ten years of minor triumphs and a few big misses.

MARTIN SHORT's Life As a Sketch-Comedy God.

NICOLAS CAGE will not see Nicolas Cage play Nicolas Cage.

JANE POWELL, who made her screen debut with W.C. Fields, danced with Fred Astaire in Royal Wedding, was one of seven brides for seven brothers in the classic 1954 film musical, sang “Buttons and Bows” at President Harry S. Truman’s Inaugural Ball and was a bridesmaid at the first of Elizabeth Taylor’s weddings, died of natural causes Thursday at her home in Wilton, Connecticut. She was 92.


A DOGGO sneaks a dip.

EVENTUALLY, they all come to Mommy.


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Thursday. Seems like it was a slow Wednesday.   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Thursday, September 16, 2021 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


THE LAST SHADOW PUPPETS are "Standing Next to Me."

ALL SONGS CONSIDERED features Neffy, My Morning Jacket, and More.

THE WAR ON DRUGS shares "I Don't Live Here Anymore," ft Lucius.

SNAIL MAIL shares "Valentine."

CHVRCHES covers Gerard McMann's “Cry Little Sister,” the theme from the 1987 classic The Lost Boys

ROLLING STONE'S 500 GREATEST SONGS, remade for 2021.  There are reasons to raise an eyebrow.

NICK LOWE joins Transmissions to revisit The Convincer and more.

SOUL ASYLUM's Dave Pirner talks to The Current about Prince covering one of his songs, and more.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at Sinead O'Connor's classic rendition of the Prince-written "Nothing Compares 2 U." (It's a 10.)


CHRISTOPHER NOLAN reportedly requested creative control, a 100-day theatrical window, a 100MM budget, 20 percent of first dollar gross, and a blackout period where the studio wouldn't release another movie for thee weeks before and after the release of his next movie.

R KELLY's sexual abuse trial enters its fourth week.

ALLISON MACK (Smallville) checks into prison for her role in the Nxvim sex cult case.

WEST SIDE STORY: Steven Spielberg's take has a trailer online.

THE BODYGUARD, but without Whitney Houston.

JORDANA BREWSTER is engaged to her boyfriend, and businessman Mason Morfit.

HELEN MIRREN is set to host a four-part Harry Potter trivia competition in celebration of the 20th anniversary of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone.


A GOAT & ROOSTER save a chicken from a hawk.

FLYING among the geese.


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Norm Macdonald RIP, and Wednesday Things.   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Wednesday, September 15, 2021 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


THUNDERCLAP NEWMAN: Because there's "Something In The Air." It's all happening.

UNCIVILIZED covers Chico Hamilton for a Lagniappe Session.


JASON ISBELL covers R.E.M.'s "Driver 8."

ST VINCENT shares the title track to "The Nowhere Inn" soundtrack.

NICK LOWE revisits career higlights from these past five decades — all the way from his younger days, to snarking on David Bowie, to the days where Johnny Cash was his father-in-law, and beyond.

TODD RUNDGREN won't attend his Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction, but may perform remotely.

ALANIS MORISSETTE is unhappy with the Jagged documentary.


NORM MACDONALD, whose laconic delivery of sharp and incisive observations made him one of Saturday Night Live‘s most influential and beloved cast members, died Tuesday after a nine-year private battle with cancer. He was 61. Macdonald, btw, mocked the idea of "losing the battle" to cancer.  Watch him tell the legendary "moth joke."  Hear the monologue from when he hosted SNL after being fired for continuing to tell OJ Simpson jokes that annoyed an NBC exec and Simpson friend Don Ohlmeyer.  And check out the Conan segment where he was second chair to Courtney Thorne-Smith.  Or his explanation of Bill Cosby to Serry Seinfeld.  Or his roast of Bob Saget, where he decided to read jokes out of an old book for retirement parties. He was a singular talent who always committed to the joke.

BRITNEY SPEARS is taking a break from social media.

AMANDA BYNES' conservatorship remains open day-to-day.

CHRISTOPHER NOLAN is taking his Manhattan Project to Universal.

TIM ROTH, on She-Hulk and more.

DRIVE set the tone for a dcade of 80s nostalgia.


A DOG & BIRD enjoy the view.

DOG & CAT, living together...

AT LEAST 13 GORILLAS have tested positive for COVID-19 at the Atlanta Zoo.

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