... a 12 song, 30 minute gem that drips with sarcasm, dry wit, and even hints of political jabbing.
While much is known about James' "Super Freak" period, relatively little is known about the period during the 1960's when he formed a band known as the Mynah Birds with Neil Young, Goldie McJohn (later of Steppenwolf) and Bruce Palmer (later of Buffalo Springfield). The name of the band Mynah Birds was apparently a takeoff of the well known folk-rock band The Byrds.
The Ultimate Blue Notes, the most attractive compilation of material by the Blue Notes at the peak of their popularity I could find, relies heavily on the Pendergrass era, but the other Blue Notes are also present enough to remind one this was a group.
Senor C's next conquest: Blogcritics.org.
A moving story of a father who meets his adult son for the first time. As told through the eyes of his daughter.
Lenox, MA, the Bard's summer home
Eric invited and I've accepted, but blame Al Barger.
The fear of squarely opposing the day-to-day racial discrimination that is still the norm is that by doing so a leader will alienate some, perhaps most, white people.
Gus Van Sant's Elephant moved me more than any other film I saw this year.
If you thought robots were your friends, then you're very wrong about that particular point, since they can also KILL. (SPOILER)
Stephen Breimer's primer on entertainment law is a must-have for aspiring screenwriters who want to truly understand the nature of "the business." [Book review]
Moon & Ba's ultra-romantic grapic novel. . .
Some fine adaptations of Joel Chandler Harris' Brer Rabbit tales, good for kidsboth pre- and early elementary school.
In this "shadow war" thriller, John Weisman explores the dark realm of "black ops" and the uncertain realities of the post-Cold War world. [Book review]
Computer security companies are warning users of America Online Inc.'s Instant Messenger (AIM) software that a serious security hole in the product could allow remote attackers to execute malicious code on computers that run the popular instant messaging software.
Over a decade ago, Michael Werikhe walked around the world in an effort to save the rhino, particularly the black rhino. In July of this year, poaches halved the north African white rhino's population in the wild, leaving only about 20 animals. Without a charismatic spokesperson, this rhino's plight seems destined to be buried in the news and its path toward extinction unalterable.
My money is on the black dude...
But there is a bunch of Prozac...
Pirate Radio and its adventures.
Then she says something interesting: "In that one sense rape law is not unlike campaign finance reform law - block one path and the sludge just oozes elsewhere." These laws are alike in more ways than one.