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At least tomorrow's Friday OH WAIT, IT IS.   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Thursday, October 22, 2020 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


JULES SHEAR: "If She Knew What She Wants," unplugged on Unplugged, circa 1990. Check how he's holding his guitar.

NICK LOWE plays unplugged for World Cafe.

LEO KOTTKE & MIKE GORDON play a Tiny Desk Concert of sorts.

SHARON JONES & THE DAP-KINGS: Hear a cover of Musique’s “In The Bush.”

NEIL YOUNG shares “Homefires,” which dates back to 1974.


JULIEN BAKER shares a video for "Faith Healer."

DAVID CROSBY visits World Cafe and tell us what he really thinks of Jim Morrison and The Doors.

THE VELVET UNDERGROUND are set to be the subject of a new documentary directed by Todd Haynes.

LINDSEY BUCKINGHAM breaks out the Ocean Spray.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at Huey Lewis And The News' first chart-topper, the pumping and optimistic 'Back To The Future' smash "The Power Of Love."


QUIBI intends "to wind down its business operations and initiate a process to sell its assets."

MANK: David Fincher's latest has a trailer online.

GHOSTBUSTERS: AFTERLIFE has been moved even further back in 2021.

JUSTICE LEAGUE: Jared Leto returns as the Joker in the Snyder Cut.

LILY JAMES wasn't happy when photos of her and Dominic West cuddling up together made headlines earlier this month. I'm shocked.  West's wife fled to Ireland for a "work trip."

SHONDA RHIMES talks about leaving ABC for Netflix. Stay for the Disneyland story!

RAYA AND THE LAST DRAGON: Disney animation's latest has a teaser online.

FLASHDANCE is getting rebooted as a streaming series.

SACHA BARON COHEN: This Time He's Serious.

PHANTOM OF THE PARADISE: Brian De Palma's 1974 film about a horribly wronged singer-songwriter is a completely absurd and yet chillingly real satirization of the pop world.


NICE BEAVER, building a dam in his house.

RACCOONS break into a Redwood City bank.

THE TRUTH IS OUT THERE: I Want to Believe.

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Spencer Davis & Tony Lewis RIP.   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Wednesday, October 21, 2020 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


SPENCER DAVIS, the leader of a rock group under his name that had some of the most propulsive and enduring hits of the 1960s, including "Gimme Some Lovin'," "I'm a Man" and "Keep On Running" - all sung not by him but by a teenage Steve Winwood - died on Monday in Los Angeles. He was 81. Steve Winwood responds.

GENESIS: The Peter Gabriel era of the band gets close to three and one-half hours of discussion and analysis on Political Beats with guest Patrick Frey.

MATT BERNINGER stopped by CBS This Morning over the weekend.



TONY LEWIS, the singer of The Outfield's "Your Love" has died at age 62

REVISITING THE NEW ROMANTICS: Was Duran Duran more important than the Clash?

ROBERT POLLARD's picks for Rolling Stone magazine's "500 Greatest Albums" list.

TOM LEHRER has released all his songs into the public domain.

THE NUMBER ONES' Bonus Tracks looks at Florence And The Machine's surging, wailing 2011 track "What The Water Gave Me."



CHARLIE BROWN's holiday specials won't broadcast on TV for the first time in more than 50 years.

WILLOW: Disney+ has ordered a sequel series to the 1988 classic, complete with Warwick Davis.

DOMINIC WEST is in late-stage discussions for the role of Prince Charles on The Crown.

CAROLE BASKIN of Tiger King revealed that she is bisexual.

WICKED: Stephen Daldry has exited as the director.

NICOLAS CAGE, Intervewed by Marilyn Manson.

MATTHEW McCONNAUGHEY explains all those rom-coms, and more.

PHIL COLLINS' ex has allegedly launched an armed occupation of the rock star's Miami mansion.


A GOOD BOY knows the Star Trek theme.

KEEP YOUR ROOSTER in trousers. That means you, Jeffrey Toobin.

AND THERE WERE SHEEP all over the runway.

THE SQUIRREL THREAT: Seven Arrested In Wildlife Trafficking Of 3700 Flying Squirrels Through Chicago.

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A manic Monday bled right into twofer Tuesday.   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Tuesday, October 20, 2020 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


THE FOUNDATIONS: "Build Me Up, Buttercup" and "Baby, Now That I Found You" are your Twofer Tuesday.

MARGO PRICE visits with World Cafe.

JAMES BLAKE shares his Before EP.

NICK CAVE shares "Euthanasia."

TENNIS covers The Carpenters' "Superstar."


DEHD shares a video for "Haha."

FLEETWOOD MAC: Rumours is back in the Top 10, which says more about the biz really.

SAMMY HAGAR said that Eddie Van Halen‘s death would've been "way too much" for him to process had the two not settled their long-standing feud earlier this year.

AC/DC's Angus Young has said that he chose not to include his late brother Malcolm's guitar tracks on the band's new album out of respect.

GORDON HASKELL, who was in King Crimson in 1970 and sang on their albums In the Wake of Poseidon and Lizard, has passed away. He was 74.

THE NUMBER ONES looks at Tears For Fears' dramatic dance-pop mantra "Shout."


JEFF BRIDGES has been diagnosed with lymphoma.

THE MANDALORIAN has a new trailer online.

DANNY MASTERSON will face charges of rape, a Los Angeles Superior Court Judge ruled Monday.

JEFFREY TOOBIN, CNN's legal analyst, was suspended by The New Yorker for pleasuring himself during a Zoom call.  Oddly, he's done worse.

LILY JAMES & DOMINIC WEST returned to London together last week after their outing in Rome.

GEORGE CLOONEY discussed the importance of journalistic integrity, the COVID-19 pandemic, his upcoming Netflix film, and more.

KURT RUSSELL is returning as Santa on Netflix.

JAMES REDFORD, who followed his father Robert Redford’s path as a filmmaker, environmental activist and philanthropist while also raising awareness about organ donation, has died. He was 58.


A CAT, greeting you with a Southern accent.

DON'T GO CHANGING...to try and please me.

A SUNFISH can weigh up to a heaping two tons.

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Monday. Hoo boy.   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Monday, October 19, 2020 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl


MADNESS: "It Must Be Love."

NEW RELEASES: Paste will point you to Beabadoobee, Jeremy Ivey, Matt Berninger and more.

BILL'S INDIE BASEMENT has Kevin Morby, Osees, The Damned, and more.

TOM PETTY: The expanded version of Wildflowers is on streaming services.

STURGILL SIMPSON has surprise-released a new double album, Cuttin' Grass Vol 1 - The Butcher Shoppe Sessions.

ELVIS COSTELLO shares "Newspaper Pane."

THE HOLD STEADY shares the previously unreleased “Separate Vacations.”


LANA DEL REY shares "Let Me Love You Like a Woman."

TALKING HEADS: Jerry Harrison talks Remain in Light at 40.

THE TALLEST MAN ON EARTH, ranked by Paste.

BOB BIGGS, who founded Los Angeles independent label Slash Records, has died after a long illness. He was 74. (Slash had interest in Pate's demo back in the day.)

THE NUMBER ONES looks at Paul Young's slick adult-contempo soul cover of Daryl Hall and John Oates' "Everytime You Go Away."


WEEKEND BOX OFFICE?  Honest Thief debuts atop the chart with 3.7MMWar with Grandpa places with 2.5MM on a 31 percent drop.  Tenet shows with another 1.6MM on a 24 percent drop, crossing the 50MM line domestically, and 334MM worldwide.

WARNER BROS. & UNIVERSAL have no plans to buy out theater chains.

AMC is offering rentals for an entire theater starting at 99 bucks.

LILY JAMES canceled a planned appearance on the “Today” show after being pictured cavorting with married co-star Dominic West.

THE MANDALORIAN: Pedro Pascal and Jon Favreau on the Future of the Newest ‘Star Wars' Franchise.

NO TIME TO DIE: Daniel Craig devised the trick of using 8400 gallons of Coca-Cola to make a cobbled street less slippery for a motorbike stunt.

MENA SUVARI and husband Michael Hope will welcome their first child, a son, next spring.

ARMIE HAMMER is asking a judge to order him joint custody of his two children with estranged wife, Elizabeth Chambers, after the actor claims she isn't returning to L.A. from the Cayman Islands with the kids.

DOCTOR STRANGE 2:  Xochitl Gomez is going from The Baby-Sitters Club to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. 


RHONDA FLEMING, the red-haired actress who became a popular sex symbol in Hollywood westerns, film noir and adventure movies of the 1940s and ’50s, died on Wednesday in Santa Monica, Calif. She was 97.


A TORTOISE, living the dream.

FUNGIE THE DOLPHIN has been missing for over five days now.

MAKIL, an abducted lemur, has been returned safely to the SF Zoo.

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Joe Jackson, and Friday Things.   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Friday, October 16, 2020 - 08:00 AM
Posted by: Karl



...with JOE JACKSON! Live in Tokyo on1986, for the Big World tour. Your set list: One More Time, Wild West, Right & Wrong, You Can't Get What You Want (Til You Know What You Want), (It's a) Big World, Hometown, On Your Radio, Shanghai Sky, Fifty Dollar Love Affair, Cancer/Be My Number Two/Breaking Us in Two, Steppin' Out, Survival, Soul Kiss, It's Different for Girls, The Jet Set, Monday Papers, Tonight and Forever, Jumpin' Jive Medley: Jack You're Dead/What's the Use of Getting Sober (When You're Gonna Get Drunk Again)/Jumpin' Jive, I'm the Man, and Man in the Street.



WILCO: Hear the previously unreleased "Candyfloss" demo

GUIDED BY VOICES announced their third album of 2020 with the lead single "Mr. Child."

M WARD covers Bille Holliday's "For Heaven's Sake."


ARCTIC MONKEYS' explosive debut single "I Bet You Look Good on the Dancefloor" turns 15 this weekend and it's still a banger.

TOM PETTY's Wildflowers: An Oral History.

RILO KILEY, ranked by Paste.

FUTURE ISLANDS' Samuel T. Herring discusses his favorite albums with The Quietus.

'TAKE ON ME" & "MONEY FOR NOTHING": The Stories Behind Two of the Best Animated Music Videos of All Time.

THE FLAMING LIPS' Wayne Coyne talks to Brooklyn Vegan.


TIMOTHEE CHALAMEE gets a GQ profile.

MEGXIT: Prince Harry wants to give Archie the childhood he always wanted.

JOHN CENA tied the knot with his girlfriend Shay Shariatzadeh.

PETER PAN & THE ARISTOCATS are the latest to get content warnings.


PSYCHO at 60: Of the many cinematic "firsts" credited to Alfred Hitchcock's classic, the change it brought to the ritual of American moviegoing may be the most consequential.

THE BEST THINGS We're Missing This Movie Season.


BASSETT HOUNDS AND BEAGLES are trained to detect COVID-19 by using armpit sweat samples.

70 BIRDS, naturally playing guitar in random synchronicity.

THIS DOG loves swimming.

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