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2020.07.30 16:36 Soul_Man2004Photographers
An editing base for David Bowie's photographers. The original was removed by bots so I'm using my profile instead. Don't think I'll be able to put it anywhere else... made it for myself anyway, hmph. Anyone coming into my profile to use this, feel free. It's unorganized as hell. A:
Fraser Gray: nice '78 stage pics, sailor hat, kicking leg up and all that jazz
Francesco Scavullo: wearing ill fitting shirt in 1974, also wearing old school clothes holding fedora with big bow-tie
Frank Edwards: gonna have to use getty, wearing flat cap 75
Frank Micelotta: 96 rehearsal pic
Frank W. Ockenfels III: great ones in '95 with a jawline beard (Buddha of Suburbia shoot), red background and blue suit in 2003
Frank Trapper: walk of fame with Iman
Frans Schellekens: nice singing '89 photos
Fred W. Mcdarrah
Gary Gershoff: with Gervais in '07, 83 sitting cross legged
Gavin Evans: finally found this man- he took the shushing photos from 95, some in very dark room, edited for him to have an extremely defined visage (found one unedited though), worth looking into story
Geoff MacCormack: aka Warren Peace, lots of results will just be him with Geoff because they're great friends and you may ask yourself "but who took the dang photo?" (timed camera?)– the photos you do find by him are wonderfully intimate
George Chin: David bringing back the red platform boots wearing only blue jeans – TM
George Hurrell: 77, these are beautiful, his face is glowing– taken old Hollywood style, like Elvis
George Rose: 78 stage
George De Sota: use Getty, tan 1997 jacket with orange spiky hair, later on– some rather feminine 2001 pics
Mark Allan: very cool guy photos, looks somewhat pissed off
Mark Blackwell: took behind the scenes photos of the Outside Kerslake shoot (minotaur)
Mark Seliger: wearing royal clothes, leaning against brick wall, nice 04 pics
Mark Sullivan: grabbing milk
Markus Klinko: cool 2002 Heathen photos that were unseen for a while
Masayoshi Sukita: wonderful! I especially love the B/W Ziggy ones, very crispy looking– also did Heroes of course and very dignified '89 pics
Matthew Rolston: 93 wearing white shirt over a t-shirt and suspenders '93
Michael Benabib: with very short '98 hair, wearing red shirt making many faces
Michael Childers: looking very euphoric in the The Falcon studio for This is Not America... stupid watermarks
Michael Lavine: several fondling with a large Bowie knife wearing a cow pattern shirt with a high collar– some in front of brick wall wearing striped– shirt (which I have trouble finding again, it was on tumblr)– some in '86
Michael Ochs: the variety in eras of these pics is astounding
Michael Stroud: or M. Stroud, photos with Dana Gillespie
Mike Abrahams: nice smiling B/W portraits from '92, one is serious
2020.04.19 18:24 CyrusWaughMy thoughts on this week of new music
This week is a bit relaxed, but a few good hits are here and some of them are capable of making you rip your hair out. So let’s dig in. No I In Beer-Brad Paisley Brad Paisley for a while has been trying to make a comeback in the mainstream, sure he’s a massive star, and I actually believe he’s capable of making a comeback, he has the resources and the skill to do it but this song I doubt is that comeback. However I think its fun single, and I’ll probably grin a bit when hearing it on the radio. This is a mixed bag in production, you have really nice moments throughout the song, but the percussion is way too loud. Lyrically it is a bit shallow, but I like the lyric there’s no I in beer but there’s about to be a lot of beer in you and I, really clever writing in a few places, it’s a fun summer anthem, I don’t think it is a smash hit, but check it out if you’re bored out of mind as you are trapped inside. 6.5/10 More Than My Hometown-Morgan Wallen In case you don’t know him, Morgan Wallen is a rising star in Nashville, he had the number one single in 2019, and for an artist who debuted about a year before that’s impressive. Morgan Wallen has made a name for himself for a guy who isn’t afraid to delve into Neo-Traditional production but at the same time isn’t afraid to delve into pop production. I view him as a middle lane artist, but on to the actual song, some people view this song as a disappointment or praise it. I am in the middle on this, it is not a dustin lynchified song like many say it is. It reminds of the production of Chief with its driving rocking beat. I don’t think this style suits Morgan Wallen, I see him at his best when he has a more rustic Appalachia sound. I think it is a bit too checklisty with saying things like when the bass hits the hook, when the guy gets the girl at the end of the book, instead knowing what you love less than her, explain why you love your hometown, with Give Me Back My Hometown, that central dialogue is put at the center of the song. However I’d give this song a thumbs up anyways, it is far too simple yes, but it is a smash, and I see it doing well in the future, I’m still mad Cover Me Up isn’t a single but it is what it is. I like Wallen’s vocals on it, the timbre of his voice has so much quality and he makes it an earworm that’s hard to get rid of. Tempo wise this is fine, some people say they should’ve slowed it down, I disagree, I tried slowing it down and honestly worked even less. So I’ll take the song as it is thank you very much. 7/10 Cold Beer Calling My Name-Jameson Rodgers ft. Luke Combs This has to be a dug-up song from 2013, you cannot convince me otherwise. This melody is so forgettable, the production is so dated. Oh my god you need a beer! I’ve never heard that before, there is literally a thousand songs with this same story, even before bro country they had songs like these. This is going to be forgotten about, because it has nothing interesting whatsoever, it doesn’t have Luke’s powerful vocals, instead he has to sit back and sing like any other douche bro artist. You can’t even let the guitar solos come out because you need the snap tracks to be louder. Luke’s having a running trend right now of doing the same songs over and over, whether that’s a break up song, a southern pride bro song or in this case a song about wanting a beer, I hope he breaks this trend fast. I would call it the worst release of the week if it weren’t for the song after this one. 3.5/10 Do Si Do-Diplo ft. Blanco Brown My first listen had my jaw dropped for about 12 seconds. To put this song in context, imagine you were kidnapped, you were dumped in a trunk in a burlap sack, then you are taken to an abandon farm and you’re blind as a bat then you hear someone whisper in your ear: “Let me see you get tipsy Get loose, gettin’ frisky Baby, let me see your favorite move Break it down, let me see what you can do. These honestly sound like the words of a serial rapist, I’m not trying to make a joke that’s just what it sounds like. I am just disgusted, the chorus is him literally moaning than saying do si do 10 times in a row. This has to be the worst song of 2020, even Dustin Lynch and Chase Rice did a better job than the piece of garbage laid before me, I thought Diplo’s first outing with Morgan Wallen was decent enough but no, this is just terrible in every single way, I’ll only recommend it so you can see what I mean if you’re skeptical of my claims. 0/10 Gabrielle-Brett Eldredge Brett Eldredge caught my attention with The Long Way in 2018, which was an intriguing. I prefer songs leave names out of it, but every now and then I give it a pass, this isn’t one of those cases. This feels like it belongs in the 90’s, it is honestly more forgettable than I thought it was after my second listen, he’s trying to sing like a 90’s R&B singer and he does a terrible job, tell me something about this girl if you want to just blurt out her name. It’s forgettable in almost every single aspect, its not terrible like other songs this week but it’s probably the most boring of them all. 4/10 Southpaw-Kip Moore Wild World was a snooze fest, but this is at least interesting. My biggest issue is when listening to this is that I keep hearing ear rape that’s being muted which is irritating, it’s bland lyrically but it has a few things going for it. He moves the rhythm pretty well, but I swear his rhythm rips off Brothers Osborne’s I Don’t Remember Me. But I’d rather take a song with interesting qualities and tries to engage a listener than a song that doesn’t do that in the slightest. I think Kip Moore’s glory days are behind him but if he continues to build up in quality with each release, we may get a great record from him. 5.5/10 Untouchable-Jana Kramer Right after Grady Butchered Jana Kramer’s Said No One Ever this song pops up on my radar. And I definitely think it’s a step in a positive direction after that monstrosity she gave us. I think its heart is in the right place, but it just misses a few bullseyes for me. Instead of song looking for a love that’s untouchable, how about someone who is looking for that kind of love but accepts its impossibility, because there is no perfect love for you out there, no human being is perfect and a song with that narrative would’ve been extremely compelling, but no, its mild love song with standard Nashville pop production, I think she sounds nice on this track but I hope we get the Jana Kramer from Why Ya Wanna back because the person has disappeared off the face of the earth. 5/10 Guys Named Captain-Kenny Chesney HOLY…CRAP! I thought I was dreaming, this just beautiful, I never thought talking about the lives of Captains was something I needed, yet here we are. Kenny Chesney won me back with Songs For The Saints a master class album then lost me again with Tip Of My Tongue and he’s winning me back again with this song, its productions puts me in the place of the captain, out on the sea, I get an image in my head with every line Kenny delivers. You get awesome lyrics like “The Wink Of An Eye, A Shadowy Past, Lifelines from Smoke Up Your Glass” Kenny Chesney’s album if it doesn’t get delayed will be amazing, I doubt it will rise to the level of Saints due to the previous releases but I think it will be great nonetheless. 8/10
1888Queen Victoria grants William Mackinnon's Imperial British East Africa Company political & commercial rights
1888 Charles Turner becomes the first bowler to take 250 wickets in an English season - a feat since accomplished only by Tom Richardson (twice), J.T. Hearne, Wilfred Rhodes (twice) and Tich Freeman (six times).
2019.04.29 11:12 tombstoneshadows28Full Turner Classic Movies schedule for the month of May, 2019. (USA-EST)
Wednesday, May 01, 2019 (6:00 AM) Alias French Gertie (1930/68m/George Archainbaud) (7:30 AM) Blondie Johnson (1933/68m/Ray Enright) (8:45 AM) House of Numbers (1957/92m/Russell Rouse) (10:30 AM) Stronger Than Desire (1939/78m/Leslie Fenton) (12:00 PM) This Woman Is Dangerous (1952/97m/Felix Feist) (1:45 PM) Paid (1930/86m/Sam Wood) (3:30 PM) Lady Gangster (1942/62m/Florian Roberts) (4:45 PM) Midnight Mary (1933/74m/William Wellman) (6:15 PM) Ring Of Fire (1961/91m/Andrew L. Stone) (8:00 PM) Somebody Up There Likes Me (1956/113m/Robert Wise) (10:00 PM) The Rack (1956/100m/Arnold Laven) Thursday, May 02, 2019 (12:00 AM) Until They Sail (1957/95m/Robert Wise) (1:45 AM) The Helen Morgan Story (1957/118m/Michael Curtiz) (4:00 AM) The Silver Chalice (1954/135m/Victor Saville) (6:30 AM) Public Enemy’s Wife (1936/68m/Nick Grinde) (7:45 AM) China Sky (1945/78m/Ray Enright) (9:15 AM) The Chocolate Soldier (1941/102m/Roy Del Ruth) (11:00 AM) Cause For Alarm (1951/74m/Tay Garnett) (12:15 PM) The Heavenly Body (1943/95m/Alexander Hall) (2:00 PM) Sinner’s Holiday (1930/60m/John G. Adolfi) (3:15 PM) The Guardsman (1931/82m/Sidney Franklin) (4:45 PM) Rage In Heaven (1941/85m/W.S. Van Dyke II) (6:15 PM) It’s Love I’m After (1937/90m/Archie L. Mayo) (8:00 PM) Since You Went Away (1944/172m/John Cromwell) (11:00 PM) Mrs. Miniver (1942/134 m/William Wyler) Friday, May 03, 2019 (1:30 AM) Happy Land (1943/75m/Irving Pichel) (3:00 AM) The Human (1943/117m/Clarence Brown) (5:15 AM) The White Cliffs of Dover (1944/126m/Clarence Brown) (7:30 AM) The Scarecrow (1920/18m/?) (8:00 AM) Two Arabian Knights (1927/92m/Lewis Milestone) (9:45 AM) Turnabout (1940/84m/Hal Roach) (11:15 AM) Dodsworth (1936/101m/William Wyler) (1:00 PM) The Southerner (1945/93m/Jean Renoir) (4:30 PM) The Black Book (1949/89m/Anthony Mann) (6:15 PM) Our Town (1940/89m/Sam Wood) (8:00 PM) The Time, The Place and the Girl (1946/105m/David Butler) (10:00 PM) Lady of Burlesque (1943/90m/William A. Wellman) Saturday, May 04, 2019 (12:00 AM) Born To Dance (1936/106m/Roy Del Ruth) (2:00 AM) Mac and Me (1988/99m/Stuart Raffill) (4:00 AM) The Garbage Pail Kids Movie (1987/97m/Rod Amateau) (6:00 AM) The Haunting (1963/112m/Robert Wise) (8:00 AM) MGM CARTOONS: The Calico Dragon (1935/8m/Hugh Harman) (8:10 AM) Dancing on the Ceiling (1937/9m/Murray Roth) (8:21 AM) The Big Blue Goose (1956/8m/Van Campen Heilner) (8:30 AM) Sundown Trail (1931/53m/Robert F. Hill) (9:30 AM) FLASH GORDON CONQUERS THE UNIVERSE: Stark Treachery (SERIAL) (1940/21m/?) (10:00 AM) POPEYE: Lost and Foundry (1937/7m/Dave Fleischer) (10:09 AM) The Falcon’s Brother (1942/63m/Stanley Logan) (11:30 AM) Once Over Lightly (1938/19m/Will Jason) (12:00 PM) Dodge City (1939/104m/Michael Curtiz) (2:00 PM) Forbidden Planet (1956/98m/Fred McLeod) (3:45 PM) The Wonderful Country (1959/98m/Robert Parrish) (5:30 PM) The Train (1964/133m/John Frankenheimer) (8:00 PM) Marty (1955/90m/Delbert Mann) (10:00 PM) The Catered Affair (1956/94m/Richard Brooks) (11:41 PM) Dark Magic (1939/10m/Roy Rowland) Sunday, May 05, 2019 (12:00 AM) Nightmare Alley (1947/111m/Edmund Goulding) (2:00 AM) Petulia (1968/105m/Richard Lester) (4:00 AM) The Gypsy Moths (1969/107m/John Frankenheimer) (6:00 AM) Conquest (1937/112m/Clarence Brown) (8:00 AM) The Woman In White (1948/109m/Peter Godfrey) (10:00 AM) Nightmare Alley (1947/111m/Edmund Goulding) (12:00 PM) Ninotchka (1939/110m/Ernst Lubitsch) (2:00 PM) Gilda (1946/110m/Charles Vidor) (4:00 PM) The Miracle Worker (1962/107m/Arthur Penn) (6:00 PM) In the Heat of the Night (1967/110m/Norman Jewison) (8:00 PM) The Misfits (1961/12m/John Huston) (10:15 PM) McLintock! (1963/122m/Andrew V. McLaglen) Monday, May 06, 2019 (12:30 AM) The Noise of Bombs (1914/12m/?) (12:30 AM) Shot In The Excitement (1914/12m/?) (12:30 AM) Life In The Balance (1913/11m/?) (12:30 AM) His Bitter Pill (1916/20m/Fred Hibbard) (12:30 AM) Comrades (1911/11m/Mack Sennett) (12:30 AM) The Great Toe Mystery (1914/11m/?) (2:00 AM) Princess From The Moon (1987/121m/Kon Ichikawa) (4:15 AM) Her Brother (1960/98m/Kon Ichikawa) (6:00 AM) Five Came Back (1939/75m/John Farrow) (7:30 AM) Keeper of the Flame (1943/101m/George Cukor) (9:15 AM) The Great Lie (1941/108m/Edmund Goulding) (11:15 AM) Life Begins For Andy Hardy (1941/101m/George B. Seitz) (1:00 PM) The Wrong Man (1956/105m/Alfred Hitchcock) (3:00 PM) The Green Promise (1949/81m/William D. Russell) (4:30 PM) Close To My Heart (1951/90m/William Keighley) (6:15 PM) Stage Door (1937/92m/Gregory LaCava) (8:00 PM) Cabin In The Sky (1943/99m/Vincente Minnelli) (10:00 PM) Bright Road (1953/68m/Gerald Mayer) (11:30 PM) A Raisin In The Sun (1961/128m/Daniel Petrie) Tuesday, May 07, 2019 (2:00 AM) Shaft (1971/100m/Gordon Parks) (4:00 AM) Within Our Gates (1920/74m/Oscar Micheaux) (5:15 AM) The Jackie Robinson Story (1950/77m/Alfred E. Green) (6:45 AM) Gary Cooper: American Life, American Legend (1991/46m/Richard Schickel) (7:45 AM) It (1927/77m/Clarence Badger) (9:00 AM) One Sunday Afternoon (1933/69m/Stephen Roberts) (10:15 AM) Friendly Persuasion (1956/138m/William Wyler) (12:45 PM) A Farewell To Arms (1932/89m/Frank Borzage) (2:15 PM) Dallas (1950/94m/Stuart Heisler) (4:00 PM) The Hanging Tree (1959/107m/Delmer Daves) (6:00 PM) The Wreck of the Mary Deare (1959/105m/Michael Anderson) (8:00 PM) It Happened One Night (1934/105m/Frank Capra) (10:00 PM) Bluebeard's Eighth Wife (1938/85m/Ernst Lubitsch) (11:45 PM) My Man Godfrey (1936/94m/Gregory LaCava) Wednesday, May 08, 2019 (1:30 AM) Bringing Up Baby (1938/102m/Howard Hawks) (3:30 AM) Rafter Romance (1933/73m/William Seiter) (5:00 AM) Petticoat Fever (1936/80m/Geo. Fitzmaurice) (6:30 AM) The Girl Downstairs (1938/77m/Norman Taurog) (8:00 AM) The Big Steal (1949/71m/Don Siegel) (9:15 AM) Jeopardy (1953/69m/John Sturges) (10:30 AM) Border Incident (1949/95m/Anthony Mann) (12:15 PM) Borderline (1950/88m/William A. Seiter) (2:00 PM) Second Chance (1953/82m/Rudy Maté) (3:30 PM) His Kind of Woman (1951/120m/John Farrow) (5:45 PM) Out of the Past (1947/97m/Jacques Tourneur) (7:30 PM) MGM Parade Show #22 (1955/29m/?) (8:00 PM) The Young Philadelphians (1959/136m/Vincent Sherman) (10:30 PM) The Long Hot Summer (1958/117m/Martin Ritt) Thursday, May 09, 2019 (12:45 AM) Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (1958/108m/Richard Brooks) (2:45 AM) Sweet Bird of Youth (1962/120m/Richard Brooks) (5:00 AM) Rachel, Rachel (1968/101m/Paul Newman) (7:00 AM) Girl of the Golden West (1938/121m/Robert Z. Leonard) (9:15 AM) Let Freedom Ring (1939/87m/Jack Conway) (11:00 AM) The Harvey Girls (1946/101m/George Sidney) (12:45 PM) Two Guys from Texas (1948/86m/David Butler) (2:15 PM) Annie Get Your Gun (1950/107m/George Sidney) (4:15 PM) Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (1954/102m/Stanley Donen) (6:15 PM) The Fastest Guitar Alive (1967/87m/Michael Moore) (8:00 PM) The More The Merrier (1943/104m/George Stevens) (10:00 PM) The Miracle of Morgan’s Creek (1944/99m/Preston Sturges) Friday, May 10, 2019 (12:00 AM) The Clock (1945/90m/Vincente Minnelli) (1:45 AM) Miracle In The Rain (1956/107m/Rudolph Maté) (3:45 AM) Class Of ’44 (1973/95m/Paul Bogart) (5:30 AM) The Very Thought of You (1944/98m/Delmer Daves) (7:15 AM) Janie (1944/102m/Michael Curtiz) (9:00 AM) Once A Doctor (1937/58m/William Clemens) (10:00 AM) Queen Of Outer Space (1958/80m/Edward Bernds) (11:30 AM) The Unholy Wife (1957/94m/John Farrow) (1:15 PM) I Married A Woman (1958/84m/Hal Kanter) (2:45 PM) The Prince and the Showgirl (1957/117m/Laurence Olivier) (4:45 PM) Illegal (1955/88m/Lewis Allen) (6:30 PM) Born Reckless (1959/79m/Howard W. Koch) (8:00 PM) The Seven Ups (1973/103m/Philip D’Antoni) (10:00 PM) The French Connection (1971/104m/William Friedkin) Saturday, May 11, 2019 (12:00 AM) Bullitt (1968/114m/Peter Yates) (2:30 AM) The Chocolate War (1988/104m/Keith Gordon) (4:15 AM) Class (1983/98m/Lewis John Carlino) (6:00 AM) Designing Woman (1957/118m/Vincente Minnelli) (8:00 AM) MGM CARTOONS: The Field Mouse (1941/9m/Hugh Harman) (8:11 AM) Fish Tales (1954/8m/Carl Dudley) (8:20 AM) Canoeman's Holiday (1956/8m/Douglas Sinclair) (8:29 AM) Wyoming Roundup (1952/53m/Thomas Carr) (9:30 AM) FLASH GORDON CONQUERS THE UNIVERSE: Doom of the Dictator (SERIAL) (1940/21m/?) (10:00 AM) POPEYE: I Never Changes My Altitude (1937/6m/Dave Fleischer) (10:08 AM) The Falcon Strikes Back (1943/66m/Edward Dmytryk) (11:30 AM) Happily Buried (1939/20m/Felix E. Feist) (12:00 PM) Mr. Smith Goes to Washington (1939/130m/Frank Capra) (2:30 PM) All The King's Men (1949/110m/Robert Rossen) (4:30 PM) 3:10 to Yuma (1957/92m/Delmer Daves) (6:15 PM) Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (1964/95m/Stanley Kubrick) Sunday, May 12, 2019 (12:00 AM) White Heat (1949/113m/Raoul Walsh) (2:00 AM) A Dream Of Kings (1969/110m/Daniel Mann) (4:00 AM) Flap (1970/106m/Carol Reed) (6:00 AM) Roughly Speaking (1945/117m/Michael Curtiz) (8:15 AM) Nancy Goes To Rio (1950/100m/Robert Z. Leonard) (10:00 AM) White Heat (1949/113m/Raoul Walsh) (12:00 PM) Bachelor Mother (1939/82m/Garson Kanin) (1:30 PM) Stella Dallas (1937/106m/King Vidor) (3:30 PM) Mildred Pierce (1945/111m/Michael Curtiz) (5:30 PM) Pocketful of Miracles (1961/137m/Frank Capra) (8:00 PM) I Remember Mama (1948/134m/George Stevens) (10:30 PM) Yours, Mine and Ours (1968/111m/Melville Shavelson) Monday, May 13, 2019 (12:30 AM) Gribiche (1925/113m/Jacques Feyder) (2:30 AM) Autumn Sonata (1978/94m/Ingmar Bergman) (4:15 AM) My Life As A Dog (1985/101m/Lasse Hallström) (6:15 AM) Dementia 13 (1963/75m/Francis Ford Coppola) (7:45 AM) Night Must Fall (1964/101m/Karel Reisz) (9:30 AM) The Strangler (1964/89m/Burt Topper) (11:15 AM) The Couch (1962/100m/Owen Crump) (1:15 PM) The Bad Seed (1956/129m/Mervyn Le Roy) (3:30 PM) A Bucket Of Blood (1959/65m/Roger Corman) (4:45 PM) The Hitch-Hiker (1953/71m/Ida Lupino) (6:15 PM) Badlands (1973/94m/Terrence Malick) (8:00 PM) The Eyes of Orson Welles (2018/110m/Mark Cousins) (10:00 PM) The Trial (1963/119m/Orson Welles) Tuesday, May 14, 2019 (12:15 AM) Confidential Report (1955/106m/Orson Welles) (2:15 AM) Citizen Kane (1941/119m/Orson Welles) (4:30 AM) The Lady From Shanghai (1948/87m/Orson Welles) (6:00 AM) Chimes at Midnight (1967/116m/Orson Welles) (8:15 AM) The Gay Falcon (1942/67m/Irving Reis) (9:30 AM) A Date with the Falcon (1941/63m/Irving Reis) (10:45 AM) The Falcon Takes Over (1942/63m/Irving Reis) (12:00 PM) Murder, My Sweet (1944/95m/Edward Dmytryk) (1:45 PM) The Big Sleep (1946/114m/Howard Hawks) (4:00 PM) Lady In The Lake (1947/103m/Robert Montgomery) (6:00 PM) Strangers On A Train (1951/101m/Alfred Hitchcock) (8:00 PM) The Shop Around The Corner (1940/99m/Ernst Lubitsch) (10:00 PM) The Bride Came C.O.D. (1941/92m/William Keighley) Wednesday, May 15, 2019 (12:00 AM) A Girl, A Guy and a Gob (1941/90m/Richard Wallace) (2:00 AM) Music In My Heart (1940/70m/Joseph Santley) (3:30 AM) They Met In Bombay (1941/92m/Clarence Brown) (5:15 AM) Cross Country Romance (1940/68m/Frank Woodruff) (6:30 AM) The Lady Takes a Sailor (1949/99m/Michael Curtiz) (8:30 AM) From The Earth To The Moon (1958/100m/Byron Haskin) (10:30 AM) White Comanche (1968/95m/Jose Briz) (12:15 PM) Journey Into Fear (1942/68m/Norman Foster) (1:30 PM) Gaslight (1944/114m/George Cukor) (3:30 PM) The Man with a Cloak (1951/81m/Fletcher Markle) (5:00 PM) Walk Softly, Stranger (1950/81m/Robert Stevenson) (6:30 PM) The Magnificent Ambersons (1942/88m/Orson Welles) (8:00 PM) Hud (1962/112m/Martin Ritt) (10:00 PM) Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (1969/110m/George Roy Hill) Thursday, May 16, 2019 (12:00 AM) The Life And Times Of Judge Roy Bean (1972/123m/John Huston) (2:15 AM) The Outrage (1964/96m/Martin Ritt) (4:00 AM) The Left-Handed Gun (1958/102m/Arthur Penn) (6:00 AM) The Devil-Doll (1936/78m/Tod Browning) (7:30 AM) Attack of the Puppet People (1958/79m/Bert I. Gordon) (9:00 AM) The 7th Voyage of Sinbad (1958/88m/Nathan Juran) (10:30 AM) Tom Thumb (1958/92m/George Pal) (12:15 PM) Absolute Quiet (1936/70m/George B. Seitz) (1:30 PM) Wildcat Bus (1940/64m/Frank Woodruff) (2:45 PM) Daredevil Drivers (1938/60m/B. Reeves Eason) (4:00 PM) Truck Busters (1943/58m/B. Reeves Eason) (5:15 PM) Red Hot Tires (1935/61m/D. Ross Lederman) (6:30 PM) Violent Road (1958/86m/Howard W. Koch) (8:00 PM) Hollywood Canteen (1944/124m/Delmer Daves) (10:30 PM) Tender Comrade (1943/102m/Edward Dmytryk) Friday, May 17, 2019 (12:30 AM) Millions Like Us (1943/103m/Sidney Gilliat) (2:30 AM) Air Raid Warden (1943/67m/Edward Sedgwick) (3:45 AM) The War Against Mrs. Hadley (1942/86m/Harold Bucquet) (5:15 AM) The Gentle Sex (1943/92m/Leslie Howard) (7:00 AM) Rationing (1943/93m/Willis Goldbeck) (8:45 AM) Main Street Today (1944/20m/Edward L. Cahn) (9:15 AM) Hide-Out (1934/81m/W.S. Van Dyke) (10:45 AM) The Flame Within (1935/72m/Edmund Goulding) (12:00 PM) Never Too Late (1965/104m/Bud Yorkin) (2:00 PM) Tarzan The Ape Man (1932/100m/W.S. Van Dyke) (4:00 PM) David Copperfield (1935/130m/George Cukor) (6:30 PM) The Bishop Misbehaves (1933/86m/E.A. Dupont) (8:00 PM) A Blueprint For Murder (1953/76m/Andrew Stone) (9:30 PM) All About Eve (1950/138m/Joseph L. Mankiewicz) Saturday, May 18, 2019 (12:00 AM) The Last Challenge (1967/96m/Richard Thorpe) (2:00 AM) Rappin’ (1985/93m/Joel Silberg) (4:00 AM) Beat Street (1984/106m/Stan Lathan) (6:00 AM) Green Mansions (1959/104m/Mel Ferrer) (8:00 AM) MGM CARTOONS: The Goose Goes South (1941/6m/William Hanna) (8:08 AM) Radio Hams (1939/10m/Felix E. Feist) (8:19 PM) Ice Climbers (1956/8m/?) (8:28 AM) Renegades of the West (1933/55m/Casey Robinson) (9:30 AM) Lost City of the Jungle: Himalaya (1946/?/?) (10:00 AM) POPEYE: I Likes Babies and Infinks (1937/7m/Dave Fleischer) (10:09 AM) The Falcon In Danger (1943/70m/William Clemens) (11:30 AM) Beers and Pretzels (1933/21m/Jack Cummings) (12:00 PM) Here Comes Mr. Jordan (1941/94m/Alexander Hall) (1:45 PM) The Lusty Men (1952/113m/Nicholas Ray) (3:45 PM) The Man From Laramie (1955/102m/Anthony Mann) (5:45 PM) The Manchurian Candidate (1962/127m/John Frankenheimer) (8:00 PM) Cabin In The Sky (1943/99m/Vincente Minnelli) (10:00 PM) Stormy Weather (1943/78m/Andrew Stone) Sunday, May 19, 2019 (12:00 AM) Key Largo (1948/100m/John Huston) (2:00 AM) Marlowe (1969/95m/Paul Bogart) (4:00 AM) Deathtrap (1982/116m/Sidney Lumet) (6:00 AM) Roberta (1935/106m/William A. Seiter) (8:00 AM) Too Hot To Handle (1938/107m/Jack Conway) (10:00 AM) Key Largo (1948/100m/John Huston) (12:00 PM) The Awful Truth (1937/91m/Leo McCarey) (1:45 PM) That Uncertain Feeling (1941/83m/Ernst Lubitsch) (3:15 PM) The Last Hurrah (1958/121m/John Ford) (5:30 PM) Irma la Douce (1963/143m/Billy Wilder) (8:00 PM) To Kill A Mockingbird (1962/129m/Robert Mulligan) (10:30 PM) The Trip To Bountiful (1985/108m/Peter Masterson) Monday, May 20, 2019 (12:30 AM) Bobby Bumps in Their Master's Voice (1921/?/?) (12:30 AM) Bobby Bumps' Fly Swatter (1916/?/?) (12:30 AM) Bobby Bumps at the Dentist (1918/?/?) (12:30 AM) Bobby Bumps Helps Out a Book Agent (1916/?/?) (12:30 AM) Bobby Bumps' Last Smoke (1919/?/?) (12:30 AM) Bobby Bumps and His Pointer Pup (1916/?/?) (12:30 AM) Bobby Bumps Gets a Substitute (1916/?/?) (12:30 AM) Bobby Bumps Caught in the Jamb (1918/?/?) (12:30 AM) Bobby Bumps, Surf Rider (1917/?/?) (12:30 AM) Bobby Bumps in Hunting and Fishing (1921/?/?) (12:30 AM) Bobby Bumps Adopts A Turtle (1917/?/?) (12:30 AM) Bobby Bumps, Chef (1917/?/?) (12:30 AM) Bobby Bumps Starts For School (1917/5m/Earl Hurd) (12:30 AM) Bobby Bumps and Fido's Birthday Party (1917/?/?) (2:00 AM) Watership Down (1978/92m/Martin Rosen) (3:45 AM) Twice Upon a Time (1983/74m/John Korty) (5:15 AM) MGM Parade Show #22 (1955/26m/?) (6:00 AM) Too Young To Kiss (1951/89m/Robert Z. Leonard) (7:45 AM) Lost Angel (1943/91m/Roy Rowland) (9:30 AM) All-American Chump (1936/63m/Edwin L. Marin) (10:45 AM) The Mad Genius (1931/80m/Michael Curtiz) (12:15 PM) The Power (1968/108m/Byron Haskin) (2:15 PM) Hot Millions (1968/107m/Eric Till) (4:15 PM) Edison, The Man (1940/107m/Clarence Brown) (6:15 PM) So Goes My Love (1946/88m/Frank Ryan) (8:00 PM) Devil’s Playground (1937/73m/Erle C. Kenton) (9:30 PM) Journey Into Fear (1942/68m/Norman Foster) (11:00 PM) The Fugitive (100m/John Ford) Tuesday, May 21, 2019 (1:00 AM) Flying Down To Rio (1933/89m/Thornton Freeland) (2:45 AM) The Trail of ‘98 (1928/88m/Clarence Brown) (4:15 AM) Madame Du Barry (1934/79m/William Dieterle) (6:00 AM) Wives Under Suspicion (1938/69m/James Whale) (7:15 AM) An Innocent Affair (1948/87m/Lloyd Bacon) (8:45 AM) Dry Summer (1964/92m/Metin Erksan) (10:30 AM) The Man Who Cheated Himself (1950/82m/Felix E. Feist) (12:00 PM) The King (1930/20m/James W. Horne) (12:30 PM) La Chienne (1931/95m/Jean Renoir) (2:15 PM) Le Coup du berger (1956/28m/Jacques Rivette) (3:00 PM) Scarlet Street (1945/102m/Fritz Lang) (4:45 PM) The Prowler (1951/93m/Joseph Losey) (6:30 PM) The Pitfall (1948/86m/Andre De Toth) (8:00 PM) The Glass Bottom Boat (1966/110m/Frank Tashlin) (10:00 PM) Sunday In New York (1963/105m/Peter Tewksbury) Wednesday, May 22, 2019 (12:00 AM) The Mating Game (1959/96m/George Marshall) (2:00 AM) Looking For Love (1964/83m/Don Weis) (3:30 AM) Viva Las Vegas (1964/85m/George Sidney) (5:00 AM) Dangerous When Wet (1953/95m/Charles Walters) (6:45 AM) Westward Passage (1932/73m/Robert Milton) (8:15 AM) 21 Days (1940/75m/Basil Dean) (9:45 AM) That Hamilton Woman (1941/126m/Alexander Korda) (12:00 PM) Pride and Prejudice (1940/118m/Robert Z. Leonard) (2:15 PM) The Divorce of Lady X (1938/91m/Tim Whelan) (4:00 PM) Wuthering Heights (1939/104m/William Wyler) (6:00 PM) The Entertainer (1960/104m/Tony Richardson) (8:00 PM) Cool Hand Luke (1967/127m/Stuart Rosenberg) (10:15 PM) Harper (1966/121m/Jack Smight) Thursday, May 23, 2019 (12:30 AM) Paris Blues (1961/99m/Martin Ritt) (2:15 AM) The Prize (1963/135m/Mark Robson) (4:45 AM) Lady L (1965/108m/Peter Ustinov) (6:45 AM) The Sky’s The Limit (1943/90m/Edward H. Griffith) (8:30 AM) Berlin Express (1948/86m/Jacques Tourneur) (10:30 AM) The Boy With Green Hair (1948/82m/Joseph Losey) (12:00 PM) Born To Be Bad (1950/90m/Nicholas Ray) (1:45 PM) Her Twelve Men (1954/91m/Robert Z. Leonard) (3:30 PM) Bad Day at Black Rock (1955/81m/John Sturges) (5:00 PM) God's Little Acre (1958/118m/Anthony Mann) (7:15 PM) Screen Directors Playhouse: Lincoln's Doctor's Dog (1955/26m/?) (8:00 PM) Hope and Glory (1987/112m/John Boorman) (10:15 PM) The End of the Affair (1955/106m/Edward Dmytryk) Friday, May 24, 2019 (12:15 AM) Journey For Margaret (1942/81m/Major W. S. Van Dyke II) (1:45 AM) Tonight and Every Night (1945/92m/Victor Saville) (3:30 AM) The Lion Has Wings (1939/76m/Michael Powell) (5:00 AM) For The Common Defense! (1942/21m/Allan Kenward) (5:30 AM) Main Street on the March! (1941/19m/Edward L. Cahn) (6:00 AM) Desperate Search (1953/71m/Joseph Lewis) (7:15 AM) Pursuit (1935/61m/Edwin L. Marin) (8:30 AM) The Searchers (1956/119m/John Ford) (10:30 AM) A Cry in the Night (1956/75m/Frank Tuttle) (12:00 PM) Ransom! (1956/102m/Alex Segal) (1:45 PM) Night Nurse (1931/72m/William A. Wellman) (3:00 PM) Shadow On The Wall (1950/84m/Patrick Jackson) (4:30 PM) The Night of the Hunter (1955/93m/Charles Laughton) (6:15 PM) The Nanny (1965/93m/Seth Holt) (8:00 PM) The Little Foxes (1941/116m/William Wyler) (10:15 PM) Toys In The Attic (1963/91m/George Roy Hill) Saturday, May 25, 2019 (12:00 AM) Watch On The Rhine (1943/112m/Herman Shumlin) (2:00 AM) Santa Claus (1959/95m/Rene Cardona) (4:00 AM) Santa Claus Conquers The Martians (1964/81m/Nicholas Webster) (5:30 AM) MGM Parade Show #22 (1955/26m/?) (6:00 AM) Desperate Journey (1942/108m/Raoul Walsh) (8:00 AM) MGM CARTOONS: The Hound and the Rabbit (1937/8m/Hugh Harman) (8:10 AM) Headpin Hints (1955/8m/William Deeke) (8:20 AM) White Peril (1956/8m/Don Horter) (8:29 AM) Pirates of the Prairie (1942/58m/Howard Bretherton) (9:30 AM) The Lost City of the Jungle: Death Flood (1946/?/?) (10:00 AM) POPEYE: Football Toucher Downer (1940/5m/Dave Fleischer) (10:08 AM) The Falcon and the Co-Eds (1944/68m/William Clemens) (11:30 AM) The Rounder (1930/20m/J.C. Nugent) (12:00 PM) Black Fury (1935/94m/Michael Curtiz) (1:45 PM) King Solomon's Mines (1950/103m/Compton Bennett) (3:45 PM) Inherit the Wind (1960/128m/Stanley Kramer) (6:00 PM) The Three Musketeers (1973/107m/Richard Lester) (8:00 PM) Pather Panchali (1958/126m/Satyajit Ray) (10:15 PM) Devi (1960/93m/Satyajit Ray) Sunday, May 26, 2019 (12:00 AM) Dead Reckoning (1947/100m/John Cromwell) (2:00 AM) The Great White Hope (1970/103m/Martin Ritt) (4:00 AM) Jim Thorpe: All American (1951/105m/Michael Curtiz) (6:00 AM) The Barretts of Wimpole Street (1934/110m/Sidney Franklin) (8:00 AM) Old Acquaintance (1943/110m/Vincent Sherman) (10:00 AM) Dead Reckoning (1947/100m/John Cromwell) (12:00 PM) Flight Command (1940/116m/Frank Borzage) (2:15 PM) The Horse’s Mouth (1958/95m/Ronald Neame) (4:00 PM) High Society (1956/112m/Charles Walters) (6:00 PM) Sabrina (1954/114m/Billy Wilder) (8:00 PM) The Pink Panther (1964/115m/Blake Edwards) (10:15 PM) Jewel Robbery (1932/68m/William Dieterle) Monday, May 27, 2019 (12:00 AM) A Bird’s A Bird (1915/13m/?) (12:00 AM) Gussle’s Day of Rest (1915/22m/F. Richard Jones) (12:00 AM) Dirty Work In A Laundry (1915/18m/?) (12:00 AM) A Lover’s Lost Control (1915/22m/Charles Avery) (12:00 AM) Dizzy Heights and Daring Hearts (1915/21m/Walter Wright) (12:00 AM) Do-Re-Mi-Boom! (1915/12m/Walter Wright) (2:00 AM) Pale Flower (1964/96m/Masahiro Shinoda) (3:45 AM) Double Suicide (1969/106m/Masahiro Shinoda) (6:00 AM) From Here To Eternity (1953/118m/Fred Zinnemann) (8:30 AM) King Rat (1965/135m/Bryan Forbes) (11:00 AM) The Young Lions (1958/167m/Edward Dmytryk) (2:00 PM) The Red Badge of Courage (1951/69m/John Huston) (3:15 PM) Friendly Persuasion (1956/138m/William Wyler) (5:45 PM) Glory (1989/122m/Edward Zwick) (8:00 PM) Men In War (1957/98m/Anthony Mann) (10:00 PM) The Steel Helmet (1951/84m/Samuel Fuller) (11:45 PM) The Big Parade (1925/151m/King Vidor) Tuesday, May 28, 2019 (2:30 AM) The Bridge on the River Kwai (1957/162m/David Lean) (5:15 AM) Memphis Belle: A Story of a Flying Fortress (1944/40m/Lt. Col. William Wyler) (6:00 AM) Invitation To The Dance (1956/93m/Gene Kelly) (7:45 AM) It’s A Big Country (1952/89m/Richard Thorpe) (9:30 AM) The Wonderful World Of The Brothers Grimm (1962/136m/Henry Levin) (12:00 PM) Quartet (1948/120m/Ken Annakin) (2:15 PM) Trio (1950/92m/Ken Annakin) (4:00 PM) Encore (1951/89m/Harold French) (5:45 PM) O. Henry's Full House (1952/118m/Dir: Henry Koster) (8:00 PM) The Owl and the Pussycat (1970/97m/Herbert Ross) 9:45 PM) The Goodbye Girl (1977/111m/Herbert Ross) (11:45 PM) Tootsie (1982/116m/Sydney Pollack) Wednesday, May 29, 2019 (2:00 AM) VictoVictoria (1982/134m/Blake Edwards) (4:30 AM) Just the Way You Are (1984/95m/Edouard Molinaro) (6:15 AM) Twice Blessed (1945/76m/Harry Beaumont) (8:00 AM) The Old Maid (1939/95m/Edmund Goulding) (10:00 AM) Child of Divorce (1947/62m/Richard O. Fleischer) (11:15 AM) Deep Valley (1947/106m/Jean Negulesco) (1:15 PM) Seven Sweethearts (1942/98m/Frank Borzage) (3:00 PM) On The Loose (1951/74m/Charles Lederer) (4:30 PM) Cynthia (1947/98m/Robert Z. Leonard) (6:00 PM) Rebel Without a Cause (1955/111m/Nicholas Ray) (8:00 PM) The Sting (1973/129m/George Roy Hill) (10:15 PM) The Verdict (1982/129m/Sidney Lumet) Thursday, May 30, 2019 (12:00 AM) Slap Shot (1977/122m/George Roy Hill) (2:15 AM) The Mackintosh Man (1973/99m/John Huston) (4:45 AM) Buffalo Bill and the Indians, or Sitting Bull's History Lesson (1976/123m/Robert Altman) (7:00 AM) The Big Sleep (1946/114m/Howard Hawks) (9:00 AM) Rio Bravo (1959/141m/Howard Hawks) (11:30 AM) Monkey Business (1952/97m/Howard Hawks) (1:30 PM) Only Angels Have Wings (1939/121m/Howard Hawks) (3:45 PM) To Have and Have Not (1944/100m/Howard Hawks) (5:45 PM) The Outlaw (1943/116m/Howard Hughes) (8:00 PM) The Best Years of Our Lives (1946/170m/William Wyler) (11:00 PM) Hail The Conquering Hero (1944/101m/Preston Sturges) Friday, May 31, 2019 (1:00 AM) Till The End Of Time (1946/105m/Edward Dmytryk) (3:00 AM) Pride of the Marines (1945/120m/Delmer Daves) (5:15 AM) The Enchanted Cottage (1945/92m/John Cromwell) (7:00 AM) The Most Dangerous Game (1932/63m/Ernest B. Schoedsack) (8:30 AM) Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1932/96m/Rouben Mamoulian) (10:15 AM) The Vampire Bat (1933/63m/Frank Strayer) (11:30 AM) Mark of the Vampire (1935/60m/Tod Browning) (12:45 PM) Mad Love (1935/68m/Karl Freund) (2:00 PM) The Devil-Doll (1936/78m/Tod Browning) (3:30 PM) The Walking Dead (1936/65m/Michael Curtiz) (4:45 PM) The Return of Doctor X (1939/62m/Vincent Sherman) (6:00 PM) The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1939/117m/William Dieterle) (8:00 PM) Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977/135m/Steven Spielberg) (10:30 PM) The Green Room (1978/91m/François Truffaut)
It's slowed down a little bit. Here's my next part. 6529.(Famous Landmark name change.)Grand Central Station/Grand Central Terminal https://www.grandcentralterminal.com 6530.(Real Life Quote change.)"Read my lips, no more taxes."/"Read my lips, no new taxes." https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Read_my_lips:_no_new_taxes 6531.(New species.)Have you heard of the Brahmin moth? https://www.reddit.com/Retconned/comments/aihembrahmin_moth/ 6532.(New species.)Have you heard of the Stellar's sea eagle? https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steller's_sea_eagle 6533.(New species.)Have you heard of the snake caterpillar? https://news.nationalgeographic.com/2018/04/hawk-moth-caterpillar-snake-untamed-spd/ 6534.(Famous Landmark name change.)Madison Square Gardens/Madison Square Garden https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Madison_Square_Garden 6535.(Fictional Character name change.)Popeye The Sailor Man/Popeye The Sailor https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Popeye 6536.(Celebrity death date change.)Do you remember David Carradine dying earlier or later than June 3, 2009 or still being alive? https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Carradine 6537.(Fictional Item appearance change.)Do you remember The Dukes Of Hazzard car always being flame red instead of orange?(Anything else off?)(Boss Hog/Boss Hogg) https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/General_Lee_(car) 6538.(Famous Karate Instructor name change.)Tiger Schuman/Tiger Schulmann(Other spellings?)(Other spellings of CiCi's Pizza?)(Music videos and videos in general that disappear or pop up.)(Words that spell check doesn't recognize.)(Being able to feel music.)(Cars that you didn't have to back out of or in tight spaces manually.)(Oh ye have(hath)little Faith/Oh ye of little Faith)(Multiple things related to The NeverEnding Story that were made afterward.)(All the new alcohol types.)(Thomas Edison being depicted as deaf.)(Do you remember Masazo Nonaka dying earlier than January 20, 2019?)(Weird looking moths.)(Caterpillar with weird shaoed head.)(Ewok-like monkeys that play instruments.)(Have any lyrics to More Than A Feeling changed?)(In the first episode of The Dukes Of Hazzard, the car was painted black.)(Lots of rainbow and weird looking pigeons and starlings.)(Have any of the lyrics in Don't Dream It's Over by Crowded House changed?)(Other spellings of Rothschild?)(Weird looking crickets with weird heads.)(The Periodic Table Of Elements keeps changing.)(Lots of weird new emojis including a monocle one.)(Robinson Road/Robison Road and other road name changes.)(Purple oranges?)(Simple Green purpose cleaner letters are now modernized, the Es are now open and the letters are touching.)(Ortho insect killer T and H are connected and the other letters in the words below are in an off font like the R.)(Garden Tech Seven/Garden Tech Sevin and letters are connected and G in Garden now has leaf in it.)(Haveaheart/Havahart cage trap and letters are connected and in words below it.)(Other spellings?)(Anything else off?)(RoundUp weed and grass killer letters are overlapping.)(Penray windshield de-icer letters are cut and broken.)(Nextgrill/Nexgrill letters are cut, broken and touching.)(Embers lighter fluid letters are touching.)(Razor-Back shovel letters are connected, cut and broken.)(AllFit letters are connected and stretched out.)(Cub Cadet bagger letters are connected and broken.)(Toro letters are connected.)(HomeLight/HomeLite letters are connected and broken.)(Air Care letters are cut and broken.)(Dempsy/Dempsey letters are connected and weird.)(Rid-X logo has connected letters.)(BECU logo has connected and weird letters.)(Octapus/Octopus)(All the Tesla towers appearing everywhere.)(All Duraflame products have weird or off logos.)(Dura Heat logo has connected letters.)(Do you remember Asda buying Sainsbury's instead of Asda and Walmart being in financial trouble?)(Were the letters in Asda not touching?)(Sansbury's/Sainsbury's)(Anything else off?)(Brother ink cartridge logo has modernized font letters and messed up T.)(Chickenpox being more deadly.)(Lots of Thyroid related changes.)(Fisher & Pykel/Fisher & Paykel)(Lots of changes to the James Dean crash.)(Lily Tomlin playing in Grace And Frankie.)(Identity Theft/Identity Thief movie)(Lincoln College Of Technology ads have connected letters.)(B&M racing logo has connected letters and off letters and off &.)(Certain tax problem solver company commercials have modernized letters.)(More Shirley Temple history changes.)(More weird new clouds.)(The Unabomber was an MK Ultra victim.)(Banjo Kazooie/Banjo-Kazooie)(More anatomy changes.)(Xarelto logo changed.)(Lots of new video games with connected letters, broken letters and modernized fonts.)(Dogs over 6 and 7 feet tall.)(Rainbow seahorses and really weird looking ones now exist.)(Lots of lyric changes to Da Ya Think I'm Sexy by Rod Stewart.)(Jersy/Jersey)(New Jersy/New Jersey)(SpecteSpectre movie)(Clint Dempsy/Clint Dempsey)(SportCenteSportsCenter)(Did the Pringles man wear a hat?)(Frost earthquames now exist.)(Flying platforms from the 1950's.)(Large eyes that used to be used in classrooms.)(Robot master golf trainer in the 1920's.)(Water bicycles in the 1920's.)( Air-powered skull massaging helmet.)(Electrical wheel called Dynasphere.)(Firefighting suits designed for rescuing airmen trapped in planes in the 1940's.)(Mechanical hands that help shave a man's beard in the 1950's.)(Similar invention that shaved a man's beard and had human bones in it.)(Street sweeping machine in the 1950's.)(Black and white camouflage used by soldiers while climbed trees in WW1.)(Mind machine used for measuring brain activity.)(A shockproof perm machine powered by electricity.)(Weird hair dryers in the 1930's.)(Weird old mind reading machines.)(Goodyear brand illuminated tires.)(Home tanning lamp with eye protecting glasses in the 1920's.)(Machine used for mouth x-raying in the 1920's.)(Do you remember Thums Up soda not existing?)(Tons of new logo changes.)(GriffindoGryffindor)(Other spellings?)(People used to dream in black and white?)(The Simpsons in the 1980's?)(Colored photos from the Great Depression.)(Does Weren't seem off to you?)(Feeling Alright/Feelin' Alright)(Any lyrics off?)(Any of their logos off?)(Delight/Deee-Lite musical group)(Any of their logos off?)(Cuddle Duds/Cuddl Duds)(Gladesville/Gladeville gym)(Lychee fruit?)(Nissan Ultima/Nissan Altima)(Does the logo look off?)(Sea World/SeaWorld)(Do any of the logos look off?)(Brand Power logo has connected.)(Royal applesauce logo has connected and off letters.)(Rock This Way logo has modernized letters.)(Ice crop circles?)(Door carved into mountain.)(Area 51 in Roswell, New Mexico or not?)(Blue glowing shrimp and other things.)(Mata mata turtles now exist.)(Duck keeps dog warm during freezing cold.)(Red bearded vultures now exist.)(Lots of giant tree stumps all over the place and all the things that may or may not have been giant trees before.)(Albino honeybees now exist.)(Moonraker doesn't show Christ The Redeemer.)(Issa logo has modernized letters.)(Ronon now does the RoboCop gun thing.)(Stone Mountain now exists.)(Georgia Guidestones now exist.)(Guy who invented Ice Bucket Challenge now died from ALS instead of a fall.)(Demolition Derby/Destruction Derby video game)(Does the logo look off?)(2 new maps in COD Modern Warfare?)(The Bible doesn't state whether there were more or less than 3 wise men or gifts and it doesn't state whether they went to see him right after he was born or not.)(Anything else off?)(Molakai/Molokai)(Other spellings?)(More weird squirrels.)(Cucumber lemons now exist.)(ForresteForester)(Ferrero Rocher logo and pronunciation have changed.)(Question mark and exclamation point symbol merged together is now a thing.)(Lots of logo changes.)(Snake massages now exist.)(Forrest Gump mom quote keeps changing.)(Goofy is now a cow.)(Fish remembering shapes and other things.)(Mysterious islands popping up.)(Snowy owl and raven interacting with each other.)(Steel spring tire in Germany in 1917.)(Prostpone/Postpone)(Costa coffee logo has changed.)(Lots of old game logos have changed.)(Dying all hair a unicorn color.)(Dunkin' apostrophe is different color than rest of name.)(Black peppers now exist.)(This is library hear what you want to hear.)(Many doors carved into natural formations.)(Have you heard of Laurie McDonald in the Mandela Effect community?)(Do you rememer Jamie's Got A Gun?)(Was Malcolm never an acceptable spelling of Malcom?)(White people not being the first slave owners.)(Black people owning slaves.)(American black people not being African?)(Anything else off?)(Something Christopher Columbus wrote about Native Americans that is weird.)(Goat with demon face?)(Menstruation and small penis emojis.)(Klarna logo and commercial font is off.)(StubHub logo is off.)(Ridiculousness hashtag fonts are off.)(Pigs now eat humans.)(Cadnium/Cadmium)(Julius Irving/Julius Erving)("I got a headache this big and it's screaming for Excedrin."/"I got a headache this big and it's got Excedrin written all over it.")(Anything else?)(Press On Nails/Press. On Nails)(Ben Gay/Ben. Gay)(Miracle EaMiracle. Ear)(Tyco has connected letters.)(McDonald's M changed again.)(Ghostbusters/Ghostbusters: Answer The Call)(All DeVry logos have changed.)(Tiger logo has changed.)(Milton Bradley logo has changed.)(The Book logo has changed.)(Tupac marriage story keeps changing.)(Ghost apple phenomenon.)(John Astin is now alive.)(Ericofon?)(Saturday Night Fever logo has modernized letters.)(Forty Six & Too/Forty Six & Two)(Other names?)(Kay Jewelers(Kay?)logo letters keep changing.)(Jared(Jarod or Jarrod and were those the only acceptable spellings?)logo letters keep changing.)(Mimic octopuses now exist.)(Symbicort logos have connected letters and numbers.)(London's Calling/London Calling)(Any of their logos off?)(Anything else off?)(Unicorn poop scented candles?)(Half male and half female animals.)(Famous Peru movie quote has changed.)(Woody's body spray logo changed.)(Tina's burritos logo changed.)(Ed McMahon worked with American Family Publishers.)(Glittery dog scrotums?)(Man sues parents because he was born?)(Carhardt/Carhartt)(Other spellings?)(Rikki Tikki Tavi/Rikki-Tikki-Tavi)(Other names?)(Anything else off?)(Were video stores very rare when they were a thing?)(Daniel Ricardo/Daniel Ricciardo)(Other spellings?)(James DeFranco/James Franco)(Other spellings?)(Was Timothy Leary a serial killer?)("You could do so much better."/"She could do so much better.")(Was the latter never said?)(Other lyrics?)(Do any of her logos look off?)(Didn't Elvis Presley say "Thank you. Thank you very much." more often and with more emphasis in his voice?)(Have the lyrics in One by Metallica changed?)(Lots of new logo changes.)(Lots of movie name changes.)(Sandbox trees now exist.)(Black squirrels now exist.)(Linda Ronstadt is now alive.)(Six Of Nine/Seven Of Nine)(Anything else off?)(Andrew Jackson wasn't technically an official US President.)(SirusXM/SiriusXM)(Capital Records/Capitol Records)(Do you remember William Christopher dying earlier or later than December 31, 2016 or still being alive?)(Do you remember John Amos dying a while ago?)(Eye drops that dissolve cataracts.)(Bree Larson/Brie Larson)(Was Brie never an acceptable spelling of Bree?)(Today And Every Day/Today And Ev'ry Day)(Humans being frozen and brought back to life.)(MediFacts logo has off letters.)(Hotpoint logo has connected letters.)(Teal McDonald's M in Sedona.)(Butterfly with 89 pattern in its wings.)(LasikPlus logo has connected letters.)(Abbot/Abbott(Other spellings?)(Is the logo off?))(Investigation Discovery logos have cut letters.)(Big Lots commercial fonts have off letters.)(Trintellix has off letters.)(Iv'ry Soap/Ivory Soap)(The boy that didn't fall down a well in Lassie is actually named Jeff and now the company man also fell down the well as we know Lassie fell down a well in the show too.)(Is the bench scene with the child with the woman and Forrest Gump different as in is the child older or was it a girl or is the woman different or was there no blanket or baby at all?)(Channum Tatum/Channing Tatum)(Other spellings?)(Have you heard of Captain EO?)(Anything else off?)(Greater sage-grouse now exists.)(Demon stingers now exist.)(1948 future cars.)(Jewel caterpillars now exist.)(Was it Osh Kosh Bogosh or another remembered spelling that hasn't been mentioned?)(Did John McCain's mother pass away?)(Goat gives birth to humanoid pig.)(Did Free Energy not exist or is it off or different now?)(Centrifical force and other things are off.)(The logos for The Jazz Singer are very off.)(Diana Riggs/Diana Rigg)(Other spellings?)(Do you remember Jimmy Buffett dying?)(Chickens now have larger ears, they have ear lobes and they have belly buttons.)(Lots of movie and TV show logos have changed.)(Lawrence OliveLaurence Olivier)(Other spellings?)(Mable Lee is sometimes spelled Mabel Lee.)(Do you remember Chumlee dying a while ago?)(Do you remember The Munstars(The Munsters?)TV shows always black and white and not color?)(Do the Techron logos look off?)(Life Boy/Lifebuoy soap brand)(Other names?)(Do the logos look off?)(Star Fort/Steller Fort/Bastion Fort)(Other names?)(Do any of the MasterChef logos look off?)(Orange icicles are now a thing.)(Have you heard of Bacteria Flagellum?)(Tomarto/Tomato)(Lots of weird sycamore colors.)(Cinderella's hair is now a ginger color and the famous glass slipper has changed.)(Tweedledee and Tweedledum's(Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum?)flags have changed to green.)(Lydia Deats/Lydia Deetz)(Other spellings?)(Do you remember WW1 and WW2 going through different years than they do now?)(Do you remember there not being a Titanic movie from the 1950's?)(Is Mona Lisa a man?)(The end of the first Predator movie has changed.)(Did the Black Panther scene in Forrest Gump not exist?)(Fender guitar logo looks different.)(RuPaul's Drag Race logo has changed.)(More airplane changes.)(More remembered spellings of Davey Crockett or Davy Crockett.)(Short Circuit logos have changed.)(Johnny 5 is alive.)(Ulysses S. Grant has a beauty mark on his face.)(Preparation H is a merged logo.)(S&H Green Stamps logo has changed.)(Anything else off?)(Space Mountain has modernized and merged letters.)(Rembradt TimbeRembrand Timber)(Anything else off?)(Eisenhower is smiling on the dime now.)(Buck Rogers logo is merged.)(Delta Force/The Delta Force)(Anything else off?)(Albino honeybees now exist.)(Gold glowing rocks.)(Julia Louis Dreyfuss/Julia Louis-Dreyfus)(Other spellings?)(Black tomatoes now exist.)(First soap opera to air in US called These Are My Children starts in the 1940's.)(Cheaters logo has changed.)(Has the video to Suedehead by Morrissey changed?)(Anything else off?)(Prodigy/The Prodigy)(Anything else off?)(Nova Laboratories from Short Circuit has merged logos.)(Love & Hip Hop logos all have merged letters and other stuff.)(Captain Marvel logo has merged letters.)(Love It Or List It logo has changed.)(Lion's mane mushroom now exists.)(80 million year-old dinosaur-era shark discovered.)(Cabal/Kabal)(Other spellings?)(James Stewart vs. Jimmy Stewart keeps changing.)(M with three humps instead of two?)(Kabalah/Kabbalah)(Other spellings?)(Was there never a 9/11 terrorism prevention team?)(Color film of Charlie Chaplin.)(Lots of electric powered stuff in the early 1900's.)(Amber Alert logos are off.)(Meganeura now exists.)(Return To Oz now existed.)(Larry Flint/Larry Flynt)(Harvey Wienstein/Harvey Weinstein)(Other spellings?)(False zokor now exists.)(Ridiculousness logo keeps changing.)(Gulf Of California now exists.)(Mexicali now exists.)(Dan Rather is now alive.)(Tila Tequila is now alive.)(Pink PantheThe Pink Panther)(Other spellings of Linda Ronstadt?)(Paulie Malinaggi/Paulie Malignaggi)(Other spellings?)(You can pills that make your poop glittery.)(Gary Alman/Gary Allman)(Is his death date off or was he still alive?)(Did the Jussie Smollett incident happen years ago?)(Other remembered spellings of Cadbury that haven't been mentioned?)(Adriana Juarez/Ariadna Juarez)(Perry Ferrell/Perry Farrell)(Other spellings?)(Stephanie KrameStepfanie Kramer)(Other spellings?)(Stefan TayloStepfan Taylor)(Other spellings?)(BetterHelp logo has modernized letters.)(Parks And Recreation quotes keep changing.)(An assassination attempt on George W. Bush in 2001.)(Ruth Westheimer is now alive.)(Cow that looks like its from outer space.)(Extend protein logo keeps changing.)(Jennifer Anniston/Jennifer Aniston) https://brightside.me/creativity-design/18-old-timey-inventions-that-might-leave-you-scratching-your-head-683060/amp/ https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=KSdU5B_fdVo https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tiger_Schulmann 6539.(Candy Logo change.)Do you remember the R in Nerds being lowercase? https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nerds_(candy) 6540.(Famous Speech name change.)I Had A Dream/I Have A Dream https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/I_Have_a_Dream 6541.(Fictional Character appearance change.)Do you remember Ginormica from Monsters Vs. Aliens wearing a more blue suit with green or orange or black or solid black or solid blue suit?(Anything else off?) https://monstersvsaliens.fandom.com/wiki/Ginormica 6542.(Toy name change.)Easy Bake/Easy-Bake(Do any of the logos look off?) https://easybake.hasbro.com/en-us 6543.(Product Logo change.)Do you remember the T in Chia Pet not having the left side cut off?(Does the I look off?) https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chia_Pet 6544.(Company Logo change.)Do you remember the Ms in Qualcomm not being connected?(Qualcom/Qualcomm) https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Qualcomm 6545.(Movie Quote change.)"Stirred, not shaken."/"Shaken, not stirred." https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shaken,_not_stirred 6546.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember tumors not being able to have hair, teeth and other organs? https://m.health24.com/Medical/CanceReal-life-story/When-tumours-contain-hair-teeth-and-other-body-organs-20141124 6547.(T.V. Show name change.)Tosh 2.0/Tosh.0 https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tosh.0 6548.(Video Game name change.)Outrun/OutRun/Out Run(Does the logo look off?) https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Out_Run 6549.(Medicine name change.)Ariprazole/Aripiprazole(Other spellings?) https://www.webmd.com/drugs/2/drug-64437-1528/aripiprazole-oral/aripiprazole-disintegrating-tablet-oraldetails 6550.(Rock Band name change.)Prodigy/The Prodigy(Do any of their logos look off?) https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Prodigy 6551.(Celebrity death cause change.)Do you remember Phil Hartman killing his wife, then himself instead of his wife killing him? https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phil_Hartman 6552.(Fictional Character name change.)Alfred E. Newman/Alfred E. Neuman(Other spellings?) 6553.(Spelling change.)Trustle/Trestle(Other spellings?) https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trestle_bridge 6554.(T.V. Show name change.)Live With Larry King/Larry King Live(Anything else off?) https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Larry_King_Live 6555.(T.V. Show name change.)Live With Piers Morgan/Piers Morgan Live(Anything else off?) https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Piers_Morgan_Live 6556.(Music Lyrics change.)"All you wanted was somebody who cared."/"All you wanted was somebody who cares."(Anything else off?)(Do any of their logos look off?) https://genius.com/Michelle-branch-all-you-wanted-lyrics 6557.(Movie name change.)Monty Python And The Quest For The Holy Grail/Monty Python And The Holy Grail https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monty_Python_and_the_Holy_Grail 6558.(Famous Actor name change.)Bill Mummy/Bill Mumy(Other spellings?) https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bill_Mumy 6559.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember Family Pantry being a company that was popular that sold edible products like caramels instead of only having one online picture? https://www.thefamilypantry.com 6560.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember certain animals like cows never having three horns? https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/weird-news/unicorn-cow-stuns-farmer-after-7830943 6561.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember birds not being able to fly upside down?(Anything else off?) https://www.sciencefocus.com/nature/can-birds-fly-upside-down/ 6562.(Celebrity death that didn't happen.)Do you remember Lily Tomlin dying? https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lily_Tomlin 6563.(Fictional Character name change.)Igglypuff/Igglybuff https://m.bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Igglybuff_(Pokémon) 6564.(Famous Rapper name change.)Tray Dee/Tray Deee/Big Tray Deee(Anything else off?)(Do any of his logos look off?) https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Big_Tray_Deee 6565.(Product name change.)Jif Muffin Mix/Jiffy Muffin Mix https://site.jiffymix.com 6566.(Movie Quote change.)"Life is like a box of chocolates."/"Life is a box of chocolates." https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=SqOnkiQRCUU 6567.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember these things being different or not a thing?(Haidinger's Brush, Niagara Falls frozen or not, insects trapped in opal instead of amber, snails and slugs eat paper and mail, skinny pigs, whiffling birds, measles erases immune memory, You've Got Another Thing Coming/You've Got Another Think Coming, one hour long totality of eclipse and blood red moon and not an eclipse every month, finger rafting, film footage of Mark Twain, lots of animals coming back to life after dying, lots of weird caterpillars, foxes are much better pets, Richter Scale is no more, tabker in Mad Max 2, lots of animals that look like Pokémon, bees that don't migrate, abandoned collider in Texas supposedly three times bigger than LHC, Tesla device in Texas, more geography changes, Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, lots of weird new guinea pigs, Venus appears to change color and flicker, Gerenuk changes again, primitive tooth braces, more Mount Rushmore changes, changes to George Washington's overall appearance and inconsistent depictions of him.)(Video below.)(Sesame Street type of bird.)(Viper fish now exist.)(Camila Harris/Kamala Harris)(Other spellings?)(Was Kamala never an acceptable spelling of Camila?)(Do you remember black gum drops existing and purple ones that taste like what the black ones did not existing?) https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=KWwrDMMFv70 6568.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember Cleopatra's place of rest being known? https://www.alternatememories.com/historical-events/people/cleopatra-s-tomb 6569.(Famous Composer name change.)Ludwig von Beethoven/Ludwig van Beethoven(Other spellings?) https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ludwig_van_Beethoven 6570.(Music Lyrics change.)"Slap the taste out ya face."/"Slap the taste out ya mouth."(Other lyrics?)(Are any of either of their logos off?) https://genius.com/Dr-dre-fuck-wit-dre-day-and-everybodys-celebratin-lyrics 6571.(Famous Actor name change.)Mark Paul GosslaMark-Paul Gosselaar(Other spellings?) https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mark-Paul_Gosselaar Add-On: Do you remember Suzanne Summer, Summers, Sumers, or Sumer?(Anything else off?) https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Suzanne_Somers 6572.(Famous Actor name change.)Adam Richmond/Adam Richman(Other spellings?) https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adam_Richman 6573.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember Down Syndrome or Down's Syndrome?(Anything else off?) http://blogs.reuters.com/gbu/2007/02/11/down-syndrome-or-downs-syndrome/ 6574.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember deer not being able to jump over cars? https://kutv.com/news/offbeat/video-deer-jumps-over-moving-car-at-full-speed 6575.(Fictional Character name change.)Goober Fraggle/Boober Fraggle https://muppet.fandom.com/wiki/Boober_Fraggle 6576.(T.V. Show Logo change.)Do you remember the letters in Fraggle Rock not being connected?(Anything else off?) https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fraggle_Rock 6577.(Fictional Character name change.)Dozers/Doozers(Do you remember them all having the same colored hat?) https://muppet.fandom.com/wiki/Doozers 6578.(Theme Song Lyrics change.)"Down in Fraggle Rock."/"Down at Fraggle Rock." http://www.metrolyrics.com/fraggle-rock-theme-lyrics-muppets.html 6579.(Music Lyrics change.)"When I saw her standing there."/"Since I saw her standing there."(Anything else off?) https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/I_Saw_Her_Standing_There 6580.(Company name change.)Delta Airlines/Delta Air Lines https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Delta_Air_Lines 6581.(Store name change.)The Gap/Gap https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gap_Inc. 6582.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember Jack & Jill never being Jack & Gill? https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jack_and_Jill_(nursery_rhyme) 6583.(Song name change.)Forever Young/Young Forever https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Young_Forever 6584.(Celebrity death that didn't happen.)Do you remember Paul Sorvino dying? https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paul_Sorvino 6585.(Music Lyrics change.)"The tears are in my eyes."/"The tears are in my mind."("A shadow of a man. A face through a window."/"Shadows of a man. A face through the window.")("Walked away when love was mine."/"I've walked away when love was mine.")(Anything else off?)(Do any of his logos look off?) https://genius.com/Barry-manilow-mandy-lyrics 6586.(Camera name change.)Nikkon/Nikon https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nikon 6587.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember deer only being able to give birth to 2 babies at a time? https://www.wideopenspaces.com/incredible-footage-of-a-doe-birthing-4-fawns/ 6588.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember Ted from Four Rooms saying something different after asking to be shot now by the husband who thinks Ted is messing with his wife? https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Four_Rooms 6589.(Rock Band name change.)Human League/The Human League(Do any of their logos look off?) https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Human_League 6590.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember ring piercings in fingers not being a thing? https://www.smh.com.au/lifestyle/beauty/experts-are-warning-against-engagement-ring-piercings-20180321-p4z5dy.html 6591.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember bulletproof vests in the 1920's not being a thing? https://rarehistoricalphotos.com/testing-bulletproof-vest-1923/ 6592.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember the lead singer of Weezer wearing glasses in Buddy Holly? https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Buddy_Holly_(song) 6593.(Movie Quote change.)"This house is clear."/"This house is clean." https://tenor.com/search/this-house-is-clean-gifs 6594.(Music Lyrics change.)"Maybe kiss me."/"Baby kiss me."(Other lyrics?)(Anything else off?) https://genius.com/Frank-sinatra-fly-me-to-the-moon-lyrics 6595.(Product name change.)Freaky Freezies/Freezy Freakies(Other names?) https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Freezy_Freakies 6596.(Snack name change.)TransformeTransform-A-Snack(Other names?)(Do any of the logos look off?) https://goldenwonder.com/transform-a-snack/ 6597.(Music Lyrics change.)"I ain't afraid of no ghosts."/"I ain't 'fraid of no ghost."(Anything else off?)(Do any of his logos look off?)(Ghostbusters/Ghostbusters (Searchin For The Spirit) ) https://genius.com/Ray-parker-jr-ghostbusters-lyrics 6598.(Can't think of a title)Do you remember Rick James singing about New Age Magazines instead of New Wave Magazines? https://ilxor.com/ILX/ThreadSelectedControllerServlet?boardid=41&threadid=52506 6599.(Company name change.)LensCrafteLensCrafters https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/LensCrafters 6600.(Song name change.)McGrupp And The Watchful Horsemasters/McGrupp And The Watchful Hosemasters(Other names?)(Do any of their logos look off?)(Anything else off?) http://phish.net/song/mcgrupp-and-the-watchful-hosemasters/history 6601.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember these things being different or not a thing?(Mexican mole lizard, frozen Baikal is clear, bear helps 3 year old boy and more weird new animal behavior, snakes have 2 hemipenes, more Mount Rushmore changes, rat eating plant, tulsa race riot, more Antarctica changes and other geography changes, margay, maribou shark, giant immortal lobsters, urohydrosis, bacteria in your brain, jacarundi/jaguarundi now exists and have changed before, Malayan Tapirs have changed again, anteaters have completely changed, screaming hairy armadillo, October 8, 1871, more weird flamingos, oriental short hair cat and other weird house cat breeds, Abercrombie & Finch/Abercrombie & Fitch and the logo has changed, Marabou changes again, Gharial changes again, pigeons producing milk changed again, more time inconsistencies, Chris Helmsworth/Chris Hemsworth, centipede bursts from snake's stomach, lakes that freeze crystal clear and can be walked on, more anatomy changes and weird discovered skulls, more Shiva changes, more eagle changes, more Buddha statue changes, more The Creation Of Adam changes, more Statue of Liberty changes.)(Video below.) https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=QLDLWzRTKxc 6602.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember the Birdman Of Alcatraz having lots of birds with him instead of none? https://www.alternatememories.com/historical-events/people/the-birdman-of-alcatraz 6603.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember Liam Neeson being involved in this wanting to kill a black man scandal years ago and receiving more support? https://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/is-liam-neesons-career-in-trouble-after-admitting-he-once-wanted-to-kill-a-black-man 6604.(Celebrity death that didn't happen.)Do you remember David Soul dying in 2016 or more recently or earlier instead of still being alive? https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Soul 6605.(Music Lyrics change)"Pretty eyes."/"Pretty eyed."/"Pretty eye."(Anything else off?) https://genius.com/Elton-john-tiny-dancer-lyrics 6606.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember Judas being considered really ungodly?(Anything else off?) https://www.alternatememories.com/historical-events/religion/the-gospel-of-judas 6607.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember Michael Fishman always playing D.J. in Roseanne and no one else? https://m.imdb.com/title/tt0688832/ 6608.(Commercial Quote change.)Do you remember the guy saying "No!" more than once? https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=qQnbL_5ZgbY 6609.(Product name change.)Kids Cuisine/Kid's Cuisine/Kid Cuisine(Do any of the logos look off?) https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kid_Cuisine 6610.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember these things being different or not a thing?(Second mode harmonic vibration, insect shoots larvae into eyes of humans, another human faced goat, more remembered spellings of Ghirardelli, sealand skull, Alabama rot, dorsal fin collapse in orcas, candiru and it might've been spelled differently, pyramids of Cochasqui, Porter Gable/Porter-Cable, first USA president was maybe black, more Back To The Future changes, more Great Pyramid changes and lots of other pyramid changes, magnetic North pole vs. geomagnetic pole, more on stone ball parks, light poles can shiver, botflies used to only be in Africa, Geiger counter, changes to the 2005 George W. Bush assassination attempt, 9/11 hurricane that missed NYC, rat-tailed maggot, Jerry Sandusky alive again, Umpa Lumpa/Oompa Loompa(Other spellings?).)(Video below.) https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=8Jle_2jeDVI 6611.(Music Lyrics change.)"Man we don't waste it."/"Man I ain't basic."(Did the latter not exist?)(Any of their logos off?)(One Republic/Onerepublic/OneRepublic) https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=E_WsSaeU-gk 6612.(Fruit name change.)Garbonzo Bean/Garbanzo Bean https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chickpea 6613.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember The Wild World Of Batwoman not existing? https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=ruLzQObWBkA 6614.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember Friday: The Animated Series not existing?(Does the Friday logo look off?)(Anything else off?) https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Friday:_The_Animated_Series 6615.(Can't think of a title.)Have you heard of black cheese?(Does the Wow Amazing logo look off?)(Have you heard of black noodles?)(Have you heard of brown noodles?) https://www.wowamazing.com/food/cheese-colored-black-made-with-charcoal/ 6616.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember cats not ever having human-like faces? https://metro.co.uk/2018/07/10/meet-valkyrie-maine-coon-kitten-human-face-7697910/ 6617.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember canada geese not ever being found in the UK? http://bird4u.mzzhost.com/can.jpg 6618.(Celebrity death date change.)Do you remember Albert Finney dying years ago instead of February 7, 2019? https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Albert_Finney 6619.(Company name change.)Versachi/Versace(Other spellings?)(Is the pronunciation off?) https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Versace 6620.(Music Lyrics change.)"Reach out and touch me."/"Reach out and touch Faith."(Other lyrics?)(Any of their logos off?)(Anything else off?) https://genius.com/Depeche-mode-personal-jesus-lyrics 6621.(Famous Physicist name change.)Erwin SchroedingeErwin SchrodingeErwin Schrödinger(Other spellings?) https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Erwin_Schrödinger 6622.(Movie Quote change.)"Sorry I ruined your black panther party."/"Sorry I had a fight in the middle of your black panther party." https://m.imgur.com/gallery/BSeqWFD 6623.(Company Logo change.)Do you remember the letters in Crosshatch(Cross Hatch?)being normal?(Anything else off?) https://www.crosshatchclothing.com/collections/jeans 6624.(Famous Chancellor name change.)Imothep/Imhotep(Other spellings?) https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Imhotep 6625.(Phantom geography.)Do you remember the Republic Of Macedonia not existing? https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Republic_of_Macedonia 6626.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember Sonoluminescence not existing? https://lycanlover.files.wordpress.com/2016/07/starinajar.jpg?w=590&h=332 6627.(Celebrity death that didn't happen.)Do you remember Burt Young dying a while ago? https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Burt_Young 6628.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember lion roars sounding a lot more loud and intimidating?(Was the MGM lion roar an actual lion roar?)(Were all famous lion roars from actual lions?) https://www.scienceabc.com/nature/secret-behind-lions-roar.html 6629.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember icicles being a lot more common?(Do apples, other fruits and vegetables grow at different times now?) https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Icicle 6630.(Air Force Base name change.)Vandenburg/Vandenberg https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vandenberg_Air_Force_Base 6631.(Celebrity death that didn't happen.)Do you remember Gallagher dying a few years ago? https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gallagher_(comedian) 6632.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember the highest mountain in Great Britain being Ben Nevis and the highest mountain in Australia being Kosciuszko?(Any other highest mountains off?) https://www.alternatememories.com/historical-events/geography/australias-highest-mountain 6633.(Can't think of a title)Do you remember chromatic typewriters not being a thing? https://www.thisiscolossal.com/2011/12/the-chromatic-typewrite 6634.(Celebrity death that didn't happen.)Do you remember Ted Levine dying a while ago? https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ted_Levine 6635.(Company Logo change.)Hancock/Hankook https://m.hankooktire.com/us/ 6636.(Famous Actor name change.)Ron Pearlman/Ron Perlman https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ron_Perlman 6637.(Alcohol name change.)Hypnotic/Hpnotiq https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hpnotiq 6638.(Spelling change.)Comradery/Camaraderie(Was the latter never acceptable?)(Anything else off?) https://writingexplained.org/comradery-or-camaraderie 6639.(New fruits.)Have you heard of the yellow watermelon? https://www.specialtyproduce.com/produce/Yellow_Watermelon_7663.php 6640.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember the FDA or another company being the first people to put expiration dates on milk bottles instead of Al Capone? https://www.alternatememories.com/historical-events/people/al-capones-milk-bottle-expiration-dates 6641.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember Steve Jobs stealing the computer mouse idea from Xerox instead of Xerox already selling it and only improving on the product?(Anything else off?) https://www.alternatememories.com/historical-events/science/steve-jobs-stole-the-mouse-from-xerox 6642.(Famous Actress name change.)Carol Burnette/Carol Burnete/Carol Burnnette/Carol Burnnete/Carol Burnet/Carol Burnnett/Carol Burnett(Didn't she die?) https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carol_Burnett 6643.(Song name change.)Valerie/Vallerie/Valleri(Was Valleri never an acceptable spelling of Valerie or Vallerie?)(Other spellings?)(Anything else off?) https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Valleri 6644.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember the zombie deer disease that can possibly spread to humans not being a thing? https://www.foxnews.com/health/deadly-zombie-deer-disease-could-possibly-spread-to-humans-experts-warn.amp 6645.(Chip Logo change.)Do you remember the letters in Cape Cod chips not being connected?(Anything else off?)(Were the letters in Kingston Technology normal?) https://www.capecodchips.com 6646.(Company name change.)VictoVicta(Was Victa never an acceptable spelling of Victor?) https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Victa 6647.(Company name change.)Dooney & Burke/Dooney & Bourke(Other names?)(Anything else off?) https://www.dillards.com/brand/Dooney+and+Bourke/handbags 6648.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember these things being different or not a thing?(More on tartary, mud floods, surviving freezing, Orion arm instead of spur, Spanish flu, Great Wall Of Gorgan, Gigas clams, world's biggest pearl, more on Sonoluminescence and star in a jar, more on mantis shrimp, slowing the speed of light, going faster than the speed of light, speed of light changed recently and is not constant, another state of water discovered, another state of matter discovereed, female gladiators, now there officially a second shooter on the grassy knoll, otter fishing, dolphins help fishermen for no apparent reason, Henry Wordsworth Longfellow/Henry Wadsworth Longfellow(Other spellings?), more geography changes, more stone walls.)(Video below.) https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=ha9wfM3kLq0 6649.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember Slash not dying in 1992 for a few minutes? https://www.alternatememories.com/historical-events/people/slash-died-in-1992 6650.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember the Harlem Globetrotters not having female members? https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=JBK0P4ZCupE 6651.(Fictional Character name change.)Earnest P. Worrell/Ernest P. Worrell(Other spellings?) https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ernest_P._Worrell 6652.(Plant name change.)Sambuscus/Sambucus(Other spellings?) https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sambucus 6653.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember dolphin assisted human births not being a thing? http://newsfeed.time.com/2013/05/29/dolphin-assisted-births-are-a-thing/ 6654.(Famous Football Player name change.)Collin Kapernick/Colin Kaepernick(Other spellings?) https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Colin_Kaepernick 6655.(Music Lyrics change.)"Demons in my head."/"Digging in my head."/"Ticking in my head."(Anything else off?)(Do any of their logos look off?) https://genius.com/Anthrax-got-the-time-lyrics 6656.(Fictional Character appearance change.)Do you remember Zangief from Street Fighter not having shin hair? https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zangief 6657.(History change.)Do you remember black people not ever running for president in the 1900's except in the 2000's and 2010's? https://www.npr.org/sections/npr-history-dept/2015/12/01/455267676/a-forgotten-presidential-candidate-from-1904
2017.08.18 05:24 nathanonmysideBroke down the S4 trailer - let me know if I missed anything
Premiere date: Sept 28, 10pm/9pm Central
Cyberguy (business) - “LA’s only asexual computer repair” service
Nathan secretly selling fresh chilli in a sports stadium
Taxi drivers attempt to knock down Uber by infiltrating the Uber network Returning characters: whale-facts cab driver (S01E08 'Private Investigator / Taxi Company'), baby and dollar sign eyes cab driver (S02E07 'Taxi Service / Hot Dog Stand')
Bill Gates attempts to find a woman named Frances who he should have married - airport, flying, library, driving scenes. Scene of Nathan and Bill dancing together in a hotel room. Possibility Bill may be a stalker. Looks like a big plot. Returning character: Bill Gates (S02E02 '"Souvenir Shop / E.L.A.I.F.F.'; S02E06 'Daddy's Watching / Party Planner')Relates to N4U S2 DVD Bill Gates Bonus scene
Nathan’s right arm has a handcuff and a long chain on it, connecting to under a door
Scene of a sheriff car chasing a regular car
Kramer bursting through a door
Nathan asking Austin Bowers if he has ever been the editor of a newspaper - Austin confirms this will be the first time. Returning character: Austin Bowers (S03E03 'The Movement')
City Warts (business - massage parlour; source - Chicago S4 preview event)
Nathan driving a golf cart
A cardboard box burning
Nathan with a tube attached to his underwear
Nathan holding hands with a woman
Random guy playing a guitar
Random guy with equipment
Nathan putting on a kangaroo costume
Nathan dressed in a trendy hat and suit, staring at a guy in glasses - they look to be in a musical studio (possible link to Blues Smoke Detector?)
Nathan scuba diving
Nathan breaking a car window while dressed in a white hazmat suit
Blues Smoke Detector (strap not included) - concert quality! Pretuned to F-sharp! 9 volt battery lets you jam for hours!
2017.08.07 05:44 WeimarRepublicHappening in Indiana: August 7th - 13th
With the hottest and most humid time of the year upon us, Indiana is looking to be in a very musical mood this week. Be sure to check out Bloomington's Boogie Woogie festival, some pitch-perfect Beatles imitators in Lincoln City, Aretha Franklin on her final tour with a stop in Fort Wayne, and so many more! If music isn't your thing, don't forget that the State Fair is still going on in Indianapolis, so stock up on deep fried twinkies while you can All my information comes from VisitIndiana so the list is not 100% comprehensive. If you know of anything that's missing, please post and share with everyone! If you've ever been to any of these events, or if you go this week, please share your experiences Also be sure to visit the city-specific subreddits, as local happenings lists are starting to catch on, and they probably use different sources This Week Only Northwest Indiana
Depot Friday: 5-7PM August 11th at the Beverly Shores Historical Museum and Gallery. A reception where local artists will be featured in the gallery and a special exhibit in the museum.
S'mores Fun Day!: 7PM August 11th at Indian Dunes State Park. Help celebrate National S'mores Day. Start by learning a little about the history of the camping culture of this delicious treat. Then have a full smorgasbord of different smokes variations as well as marshmallow games for everyone to try.. Kids under 12, please bring a parent. The activities take place at the Wilson Shelter. There is a fee to enter the Indiana Dunes State Park. Hummingbird Banding Demonstrations: 9AM-2PM August 12th at Indiana Dunes State Park Nature Center. The Indiana Dunes State Park Interpretive Services and Friends of Indiana Dunes will be hosting a special day of bird banding. Licensed hummingbird bander Allen Chartier, will be demonstrating the science and research of hummingbird banding for the public, as will as discussing tips for hummer feeding, gardening, and his own research. Join in this magical experience. Annual Perseid Meteor Stargazing: 830PM August 12th at Indiana Dunes State Park. Annual shooting star event that marks the peak of the Perseid Meteor Shower. Night sky mapping the native American sky lore begin at 8:30 p.m. at the Beach Pavilion. After 9 p.m., the stars will begin to appear. Constellation talks will highlight the many star formations that can be viewed over the dunes this time of year. Additionally, the naturalists will have a telescope on hand for deep sky viewing. The evening coincides with the Annual Perseid Meteor Shower. Saturday night will still offer excellent viewing, with exception for a waxing gibbous moon. There is a fee to enter the Indiana Dunes State Park.
Touch of Dutch Festival & Parade: 1000AM-1130PM August 11th-12th at Spencer Park. Every year the DeMotte Chamber of Commerce hosts the annual Touch of Dutch Festival at Spencer Park in DeMotte, Indiana. The family-fun event features free live entertainment, craft and food vendors, kid’s entertainment, a parade, giveaways, the Rotary Ramble 5K run and fitness walk and so much more
Drum & Bugle Corps - Quarter Finals: 6PM August 7th-8th at Ames Field. Ames Field in Michigan City, IN will be host to the Drum Corps International Open Class World Championships on Mon, Aug 7th and Tues, Aug 8th Progressive Chicagoland In-Water Boat Show at Michigan City: August 10th-13th at Washington Park. This is the largest in-water boat show on Lake Michigan and one of the largest in the midwest. Celebrating 37 years, the show will feature all the newest sailboats, powerboats and personal watercraft on 6 piers in Trail Creek. The Lyric Opera at Friendship Botanic Gardens: 4-6PM August 13th at Friendship Botanic Gardens. Join us among the scenic vistas of the Gardens for a preview of the Lyric Opera Company's 2017-18 season. 4-6pm. Regular seating $30; Premium seating $40; Members receive a $5 discount on reg & premium seating.
Aquax Jet Ski RacesL 10AM-8PM August 12th-13th at Whiting Lakefront Park. AquaX Jetski Races in Whiting Lakefront Park as part of the 2nd annual Great Lakes Series.
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Girls Night Out - Shop.Sip.Taste: 5-8PM August 10th at Downtown Auburn. HURRY DOWNTOWN... It's a Girls Night Out you won't want to miss! Exclusive late nights in AUBURN at Local Shops, Boutiques, Businesses & Eateries. Sales, specials, prizes, refreshments and fun happenings! Downtown shops are OPEN LATE, 5-8PM The Indiana Music Festival: 12-10PM August 12th at DeKalb County Outdoor Theater. BANDS: TJ Gabet Band, Kaitlyn Schmit and The Move, Mason Dixon Line Band & Gunslinger. Food Trucks with BBQ, Deli Sandwiches, Ice Cream. Activity's for Children. Bounce houses and other fun things for the kids. This is family friendly festival so all ages can attend!!!!
Aretha Franklin LIVE: 730PM August 12th at the Foellinger Outdoor Theater. Aretha Franklin has been called one of the most influential and important voices in the history of American music, with a repertoire that spans pop, soul, jazz, rock, blues and gospel. She has earned countless international and national awards as well as accolades and global recognition on an unprecedented scale. In recent interviews, Aretha announced this may be her last tour, so don’t miss your chance to hear the Queen of Soul live, singing favorites like “Respect,” “Bridge Over Troubled Water,” “Son of a Preacher Man,” and many, many more.
36th Annual Steam and Gas Show: August 10-12 at the LaGrange County 4H Fairgrounds. This years event will feature IH Tractors and Farm Equipment. Steam Engines, Antique Tractors, Gas Engines, Antique Farm Machinery, Sawmills, Arts & Crafts, Large Flea Market, Trading Post, Camping, Food and More! Activities Include: Wheat Threshing, Plowing with Steam Engines,125 HP Erie Steam Engine operating a sawmill, On Friday and Saturday evening will have the Parade of Tractors & Engines and Live Music. Saturday will be the Ladies Program and Antique Tractor Pull. Sunday will be a Church Service.
Indiana State Fair: August 4th-20th at the Indiana State Fairgrounds. The Indiana State Fair continues to be the one event which brings families together to experience the best of Indiana! Entertainment, exhibits & food! SoundSport International Music & Food Festival: 11AM-3PM August 12th at the Pan Am Plaza. The SoundSport International Music & Food Festival storms back into downtown Indianapolis as a part of the 45th Anniversary Drum Corps International World Championships in August 2017. This free, family friendly event will feature local, national, and international performance ensembles on multiple stages and the best food Indy has to offer. Bring the family and join us for an afternoon of music, food and fun
Kokomo Free Summer Concert Series: 6-10PM August 12th at the Kokomo Arts Pavilion in Foster Park. Kokomo's Free Summer Concert Series features nationally-known bands and musicians performing at the Kokomo Arts Pavilion in Downtown Kokomo's Foster Park. All concerts are free! Many concerts will also feature food vendors and kid's activities in addition to great live music! Outdoor seating; bring lawn chairs. Visit website to see full list of bands and concerts.
Colt World Series: August 4th-9th at the Bert E. Loeb Stadium at Columbian Park. The Colt World Series field is comprised of ten teams of 15-and 16-year olds from around the world, four U.S. based zone champions, four international zone champions , a local team and a area host team, who play under the PONY Baseball, Inc. blanket. Lafayette has been host to this tournament since 1969 (except the year 1971). Mosey Down Main Street: August 12th at Downtown Lafayette. Live entertainment, food, family-friendly, free event introducing the sights, sounds, venues and merchants of downtown Lafayette.
Little League Central Region Baseball Tournament: August 6th-12th at the Grand Park Sports Campus. The Little League Baseball Central Region Tournament will be held from August 6-12 at Grand Park Sports Campus located in Westfield, Indiana to determine who will be the Great Lakes Region and Midwest Region champions. Grand Park Sports Campus is located on a 400-acre property, at 19000 Grand Park Blvd, in Westfield, Ind., the Grand Park Sports Campus features 26 diamonds with bleacher seating provided at each location, batting cages, concession stands, and more, and will serve as an exciting location for the 2017 Central Region Tournaments. The winners will advance to the Little League Baseball World Series in Williamsport, PA. Detailed game schedules, including the games broadcast on the ESPN family of networks, will be available in June.
Sunset Wine Cruise: August 11th at Patoka Lake Marina. Enjoy a relaxing evening aboard the Patoka Voyager. Admission includes five to seven tastings, two glasses of your choice and a souvenir wine glass.
Bloomington Blues & Boogie Woogie Piano Festival: 100-1030PM August 13th at Ivy Tech John Waldron Arts Center. The Bloomington Blues & Boogie Woogie Piano Festival is an annual festival featuring acclaimed piano players, dancers, food and beverages. With free and ticketed performances at multiple venues and free educational components, the 2016 festival was voted one of the top 10 festivals in Indiana! Our mission is to present acclaimed piano players in ticketed and free performances, and to present free educational programs so that young people and young pianists are exposed to world-class artists in Bloomington, Indiana.Artists to perform in the Ivy Tech Waldron Auditorium ticketed concerts include Bob Seeley, C. J. Chenier, Kenny “Blues Boss” Wayne, Rob Rio, Mitch Woods, Bill Sims, Jr., Josh Paxton, and Craig Brenner, with rhythm section of Gordon Bonham/guitar, Joe Donnelly/sax, Ron Kadish/bass, and Dan Hostetledrums; professional swing dancers. Additional artists will perform free on the Arts Plaza adjacent to the Ivy Tech Waldron, and at "Bloomington Boogies After Hours" at Malibu Grill on the Square, hosted by Austrian pianist Katharina Alber.
Cork & Fork: Winedown: 4-9PM August 12th at Creekbend Vineyard. Pack a big blanket, and spread out with family or friends on our farm house lawn. Take a twirl to the tune of a live band, and sip and savor wine and great food. And enjoy the stunning vineyard landscape as a backdrop. Our August event, "Winedown," will be a toe-tapping good time, with local food trucks from Big Cheese and Juancho's Munchies and Bloomington's favorite ice cream from The Chocolate Moose. Music by The Indiana Boys. HAPPENING IN AUGUST! Multiple food vendors! Plus Oliver picnic packs, fresh-baked bread, and a selection of house-made cracker spreads will be available. We also invite you to bring along your own picnic. Please, no outside alcoholic beverages are permitted. Bring chairs, blankets, and sun umbrellas. We will permit tents/canopies for shade in designated areas. (Tent space will be limited, so arrive early!) Gate opens at 3:30. Wine serivce begins at 4:00. Music begins at 4:30. Last call at 8:30.
Randy Houser: 8PM August 12th at the French Lick Resort. With an inimitable voice the New York Times describes as “wholly different, thicker and more throbbing, a caldron bubbling over,” Randy Houser racked up three consecutive No. 1 hits and more than four million in singles sales to date with his Stoney Creek Records album, How Country Feels. He topped the charts with the title track, “Runnin’ Outta Moonlight” and “Goodnight Kiss” (also his first No. 1 as a songwriter) and earned critical acclaim for his powerful delivery of the Top 5 smash and CMA Song of the Year-nominated "Like A Cowboy."
Hard Day's Night: a Tribute to the Beatles: 630-1000PM August 12th at the Lincoln Amphitheatre. Back for a return engagement at the Lincoln Amphitheatre, Hard Day's Night first graced the Amphitheatre's stage in October of 2015 to much fanfare and a fantastic reception! Since 1996, Hard Day's Night has been entertaining Beatles fans across the country. Hailing from the rock 'n roll city of Cleveland, Ohio, Hard Day's Night is rated among the top national Beatles tribute groups performing today. The band focuses on performing songs exactly as the Beatles themselves did; four musicians onstage in character as John, Paul, George, and Ringo; wearing perfect stitch-for-stitch replications of the suits made famous by the Beatles; with authentic Vox, Hofner, Gretsch, Rickenbacker, and Ludwig instruments; playing the world-famous songs note-for-note. Hard Day’s Night has had the pleasure of performing for thousands of Beatles fans in England and the United States, including such national clients as Continental Airlines, Hard Rock Cafe, Hilton Hotels, Volkswagen of America, and the American Heart Association. Television clips featuring the band have appeared on FOX, PBS and CBS, and the group has appeared with such noted British Invasion performers as Peter Noone and Herman's Hermits and Billy J. Kramer, as well as Tim Piper
ONGOING EVENTS Northwest Indiana
Chesterton's European Market: Every Saturday from 10AM - 2PM until October 28th on Third Street and Broadway in Downtown Chesterton. An outdoor family/artisanal market
The Complete Works of William Shakespeare Abridged: Fridays-Sundays in August at the Center Stage Theater. An hysterical romp through 38 Shakespeare shows by 3 actors in just 97 minutes!
Pav's Summer Car Nites - Every Tuesday evening through the summer. Variety of rides, good food and music at Pav's Restaurant Suzy's Diner Cruise Night - Every Wednesday, April to October, 4-8 p.m at Suzy's Diner. Enjoy cool cars, music and a special discount at the diner
Sunday Market in the Park: 8AM-2PM every Sunday through October at Centennial Park Clubhouse. Produce, plants, home-made jams and jellies, baked goods, cheese, food vendors, drinks, local crafts and artwork, jewelry, clothing, bath and beauty products, direct sales businesses and more! Live Music every other week beginning May 14
Mayor's Month of Music: 7-10PM Fridays in August at River Park Square. Mayor's Month of Music is held in historic downtown Plymouth at River Park Square. This beautiful venue provides a wonderful area to enjoy an evening of music. Pack a cooler of your favorite beverages, grab some dinner from one of Plymouth's downtown restaurants, a lawn chair and you will be all set for an awesome evening. Concessions are available on site. This is a family-friendly event. There is no admission charge for the concerts.
Portage Cruise-in: Every Tuesday evening throughout the summer. Variety of rides, good food and music at Woodland Park Portage Community Market: 11AM-3PM every Sunday until September 11th at Founders Square Park. More than 30 vendors will participate in the Portage Community Market. There will be locally grown produce, flowers, popcorn, honey, bread, barbecue, handmade crafts and much more. Portage Summer Music in the Park: Every Tuesday evening throughout the summer. All concerts will be held indoors at either Sycamore Hall or Oakwood Grand Hall in Woodland Park. Featuring Music ranges from 40s to 50s, rock & roll, swing, blues, contemporary and all featuring local talent.
Summer Rhapsody Music Festival: Thursday nights until August 31 at The Porter Health Amphitheatre in Central Park Plaza. For all of the music lovers out there, come out and enjoy the sounds of the season with the Summer Rhapsody Music Festival. This concert showcase features many artists – each with their own unique style and sound. Select Thursday nights in the summer, concertgoers of all ages will enjoy a feast of different sounds underneath the beautiful night sky at The Porter Health Amphitheater in Central Park Plaza. Whether it’s a rock n’ roll band of yesteryear, an easy-going Motown group, or the elegant sounds that only a symphony orchestra can create, there’s something for everybody at this music festival. Bring your picnic, your blanket or chairs, and of course, your music-loving family and friends, and come relax in the park with the sounds of the Summer Rhapsody Music Festival. Valparaiso Market: Every Tuesday and Saturday throughout the summer from 11AM-1PM. Fresh produce, handmade crafts, flowers, and live entertainment. Taltree Railway Garden: Open from April 1st through October 31st. Featuring dwarf plants and model steam engine trains, the exhibit showcases the impact steam engine trains had on early 19th century U.S. railroads Pop-Up: A Valparaiso Art Experience: July 20th - August 6th at various locations in Valparaiso (check valparaisoevents.com). he Pop-Up: A Valparaiso Art Experience is a regional art competition brought to you by Valparaiso Events and The Enclave Project. Over the course of 18 days, Valparaiso will become an artistic playground. Each day the community will be engaged with displays of both visual and performing arts. Art work will "pop-up" in neighborhood businesses for all to enjoy. Its creative and diverse schedule will keep visitors anticipating what's next. South Point Cruise-In: 6-9PM Fridays June-August at the Harley-Davidson of Valparaiso. Live music featuring classic rock, country, oldies and more, beer garden, food, cars and bikes
North East Indiana
You Had Me at Merlot Walking Wine Barrel Art Tour: All summer in Downtown Auburn. Walk the beautiful tree lined streets of Historic Downtown Auburn and enjoy 20 Wooden Wine Barrels transformed into unique works of art by local and regional artists. This outdoor walking tour exhibit is juried with awards and art auction held each year at the end of summer. This annual exhibit has included many different art objects over the past eight years, from giant paintings on easels to garden benches. This year's exhibit celebrates the many wineries of this area with its wooden wine barrels. Walking Tour maps are available at no cost in most downtown businesses First Fridays Downtown Auburn: 5-8PM the first Friday of every month at Downtown Auburn. Enjoy Auburn downtown on Friday Nights! Fun for families and grown ups... And those in-between! Late Night Shopping, Live Entertainment, Local Culinary Delights, Locally Crafted Beverages & Much Much More! Sponsored by ADAC Inc., there will be fun & entertainment every 1st Friday of the month in AUBURN!
Rock the Plaza: Free concert series put on by the Allen County Public Library each Saturday evening throughout the summer
Essenhaus Classic Car Cruise-In: Every Thursday throughout summer at Grounds of Das Dutchman Essenhaus. A weekly classic car cruise-in with no participation or entry fee. Participants will also enjoy door prize giveaways, coupons for shopping and dining as well as 50’s-style music. Most evenings, hand dipped ice cream and live entertainment will be provided.
Plain & Fancy: May 24th - October 14th at the Amish Acres Round Barn Theatre. A New Yorker and his sophisticated girlfriend drive down around Lancaster, Pennsylvania, to sell a piece of property. Here they meet Amish folk, whose convoluted English speech, clothes and habits haven't changed for centuries. The clash of cultures educates and entertains at the same time in this quaint musical comedy. It was the first Broadway show for both composer Albert Hague and author Joseph Stein who each went on, respectively, to win Tony awards for Redhead and Fiddler On The Roof. The Round Barn Theatre has become the national home of this 1955 Broadway hit. This 2017 production marks the 31st anniversary year that The Round Barn Theatre has produced Plain and Fancy making it one of the longest running shows of all time
Midwest's Largest Flea Market: 8AM-5PM every Tuesday and Wednesday until October. Same venue as the Shipshewana Auction Shipshewana Trading Place Auction: 9AM every Wednesday all year. This auction features up to 10 auctioneers selling a variety of antiques and misc. items beginning with the auction bell at 9 am. Visitors tell us there is no other experience quite like it. With a variety of food choices on site, including our Auction Restaurant, featuring Amish home-style cooking and the best pie in town, you can easily spend the entire day shopping, relaxing and enjoying the sights & sounds without having to leave our grounds. The Home Game: A Musical: July 13th - October 19th at the Blue Gate Theatre. A son's journey, a father's hope. For as long as he can remember, handsome LEVI TROYER has loved playing baseball. He daydreams about playing in the major leagues, but with his father's expectations that he remain on the farm, he manages to keep most of his dreaming in check. All of that changes when a sports talent scout happens into town one day and catches sight of Levi's amazing fast ball. Impressed with both his pitching and batting skills, the talent scout offers Levi a deal he can't refuse. With the decision fully Levi's, how will he choose between his father's wishes of an Amish life and his own deepest dreams? What will it cost him? Levi's journey is one you won't soon forget in Blue Gate's newest musical, THE HOME GAME - A Son's Journey, A Father's Hope. Mennonite Girls Can Cook The Musical: July 25th - October 20th at the Blue Gate Theatre. Now from Blue Gate Musicals: something completely different. Mennonite Girls Can Cook!Watch the excitement, confusion, and just plain frantic fun when a small town cable cooking show, hosted by two Mennonite women, attracts the attention of a Hollywood producer. This idea recipe for hilarity will make you laugh your spatulas off as these lovely ladies gear up for the "Big Time" - and do their best to deal with their starstruck neighbors, who compete for their own fifteen minutes of fame
Lake City Skiers Water Ski Show: 6:30-7:30PM every Sunday and Tuesday at Hidden Lake. The shows are a themed production including music and costumes with an announcer to guide you through the action. You will see Extreme jump acts, An all girl Ballet line, Barefoot water skiing, Swivel skiing, doubles routines and human pyramids just to name a few. The show last about 1 hour followed by a meet and greet with the skiers. The Lake City Skiers have been providing fun family entertainment since 1989 and are Indiana's only competitive show ski team holding 4 National Championships in 2006, 2007, 2014, and 2016.
Fayette County Farmers' Market: Saturdays 9AM-12PM until October 7th. Local vendors from Fayette and surrounding counties offer farm fresh fruits, vegetables, meat, eggs, cheese, baked goods, herbs, plant stock and seeds, high quality crafts including paintings, pottery, sculptures, alpaca fiber items, goat milk soaps, jewelry, photography and so much more. Local artists, performers, and musicians highlighted as regularly scheduled entertainment. Now accepting SNAP/EBT, SenioWIC Farmers' Market Vouchers, several vendors accept debit/credit cards.
Kroger Symphony on the Prairie: Every weekend at Conner Prairie. The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra's summer series provides music from classical, pop, and rock genres from mid-June through Labor Day weekend. Saxony Market: 8AM-12PM Saturdays at Saxony Market. SAXONY MARKET is proud to provide a home for some of Central Indiana’s finest local vendors selling these fine products: fresh produce, Indiana sweet corn, homemade baked goods, floral and gardening supplies, savory herbs, crafted jewelry, authentic home cooked cuisine, sweet treats, handmade bath products and much more!
Groovin' In The Garden: 2-5PM every Saturday until September 30th at the Easley Winery. We offer daily wine specials, cool tunes from the best musical acts of the greater Indianapolis area, and an experience you won't soon forget. Feel free to bring along your favorite foods or order from local restaurants to have delivered here to the winery, and don't forget to bring a chair!
Banksy Art on Display in Kokomo: August 4th - September 15th at the Kokomo-Howard County Public Library. See a unique piece of Banksy art on display in Kokomo. Library reps speculate Kokomo just might be the first library in the world to host an actual piece of art by Banksy. Other libraries, they say, have hosted displays with posters or prints of his work, but Kokomo will have the real deal on display. The piece is called “Haight Street Rat.” It was created in San Francisco on the side of a bed and breakfast. Art collector Brian Greif paid the building owner for the rights to tear down the wall and claim the piece. The Kokomo-Howard County Public Library has planned several events related to the piece of art, starting with the unveiling from 5:30 to 9 p.m. on Aug. 4 at the main branch downtown. The art will be on display through September 15, 2017 during the library's regular hours First Friday Kokomo: 530-900PM the first Friday of every month at Downtown Kokomo. Free, family-friendly arts-based event held the First Friday of every month in Downtown Kokomo from 5:30-9:00 p.m., January-December. Activities include art, music, food, local vendors, shops, entertainment, kid's activities & much more! Check website for monthly themes and schedule of activities.
EXHIBIT: The Many Faces of Indiana Art: 1-4PM August 4th - October 28th at the Haan Mansion Museum of Indiana Art. This is a juried exhibition designed to examine, challenge, educate, and enrich the viewer's definition of art. The exhibition features a wide range of works in many forms by over 20 Indiana artists. Paintings, glass, photography, woodcarving, metal working, jewelry, and textiles are just a few of the many art forms being showcased in the exhibition.
Bloomington Community Farmers' Market: 8AM-12PM Saturdays at Showers Common.
The Music Man: July 12th - August 20th at the Derby Dinner Playhouse. Family entertainment at its best! This romantic and touching Broadway musical features a nostalgic score, rousing dance numbers, and is a grand tribute to the simplicity and optimism of Smalltown, USA. A classic story to be shared with every generation. Ticket price includes dinner, show, tax, & parking. Located just minutes from downtown Louisville, KY.
Elephant Retreat and Giraffe Encounter at Wilstem Ranch: All summer long. An African elephant herd of three girls will be retreating at Wilstem Ranch, only 7 miles from French Lick. The three elephants that retreat at Wilstem Ranch each year are retired from making appearances in parades, circus acts and more. But as they age, even elephants need retreats, and they're coming to town for a vacation! This one of a kind up-close encounter is a rare and wonderful opportunity to learn more about these amazing creatures and connect with them in a tranquil environment
Newburgh Farmers Market: Saturdays 8AM-12PM through September 30th. At the Newburgh Farmer’s Market you will find the very best seasonal produce complemented by products like honey, grass fed meats, dairy products, flowers, cheese, breads, and pastries. There are also crafts, art, plants, flowers, & honey along with live music to complete the festival atmosphere. Free. Special event weekends include: Kids Day and Dog Days of Summer.
Orange County HomeGrown Orleans Farmer's Market: 8AM-12PM Saturdays through October 28th at Orleans Congress Square. Locally grown produce, baked goods, local handcrafted items, Buck-a-Book trailer, jammer tent, Master Gardener, and fun family activities. Sponsored by Orange County HomeGrown
2016.07.31 16:18 WhenMachinesCryMy Life In A Bush League by Wilt Chamberlain (1965)
This is an article published on April 12th, 1965 in Sports Illustrated. Cover Wilt was finishing his 6th year in the NBA, having career averages up to that point of 41.1 pts, 24.5 rebs, 3.2 asts in 47.1 minutes played per game. 76ers were eventually eliminated that year by Bill Russell's Boston Celtics, who held off Philly by a single point in an iconic Game 7 when John Havlicek stole the ball in the final seconds (April 15th, 1965). Wilt was just traded from San Francisco Warriors to Philadelphia 76ers a couple of months earlier, during the 1965 All-Star break. Two years later he would win his first NBA championship, when Sixers defeated (ironically) San Francisco Warriors with 4-2 in the 1967 NBA Finals. I think it's an interesting look into his frame of mind at that time, and also how professional basketball and NBA looked like in it's early days, so I thought I'd share it. MY LIFE IN A BUSH LEAGUE by Wilt Chamberlain Oh, man, this is going to be better than psychiatry. In the first place, I am much too big to get comfortable on that crazy couch. In the second place, I am all fired up about speaking for myself this one time and have it come out the way I said it. I have a sort of special, savage reason for all this: there are a lot of people out there who will be surprised that I can write, because they are usually astounded that I can even talk. I know this is true, because I get the old routine all the time. I stopped getting angry about it years and years ago, but it still drives all my friends crazy. Whenever we're standing around together—man, I mean any place—crowds of people come up and just stare at us. Then someone will nudge one of my pals slightly and say, "Hey, who duh big guy?" or, "So that's old Wilt the Stilt, huh? How tall is he, really?" they say. And then, "Will you ask him can I have his autograph for my kid?" And then my friends sort of sidle away from me—they want to stand clear to show everybody I'm not on a leash or anything like that—and they say. "Come on. Wilt can talk, you know. He's a real human, man. How come you don't ask him yourself?" Then, once they get over that hurdle, people are always a little disappointed I don't say, "duuuhhhhhh." And that, in part, is what this story is all about. This is life inside a giant, baby. I know that how I feel is not too important. All right. What is important is what has happened to make me feel the way I do and all of the psychological hammering and tugging and pulling that got me into this frame of mind. This is more than life inside a giant. This is the story of my life inside professional basketball—the greatest game ever played, a game that suffers from being bush when it doesn't want to be bush, a game that may always be bush unless some basic changes are made. And when we get to the end of this chapter, the part where they say, "Tune in next week," or the end of the story, where they say, "Can this poor monster from Philadelphia really find happiness?" You'll know just how it feels to be Goliath. How it feels to be seven feet and 1.06 inches tall with no place to hide. After all, you remember in the Old Testament that David had all the best of it, right? Nobody even thought to say or even ask how Goliath must have felt just sort of standing around there. Goliath didn't get any of the good lines, you know? The timing of my story is important for three reasons. Reason No. 1: I'm at the top of this game and I'm thinking of retiring. I will be perfectly honest and say I'm thinking of not retiring, too. But I have now racked up all the all-time scoring and playing records—all the ones that count—and what else is there? Final standings at the end of this season: Chamberlain leads the scoring, with 2,534 points, for the sixth year in a row. Chamberlain shoots 2,081 and hits 1,063 for a .510 average. or 34.7 points a game. And that's in 73 games: I didn't play them all. See what I mean? Man, I have fulfilled everything I wanted in pro basket-ball except winning the NBA title. And I can't do that all by myself, right? Money has nothing to do with the way I feel. I have been investing my money under smart counseling for years. And even though my accountant, Alan Levitt, calls me every single day from Philadelphia and says something like "Run for the hills, baby, we're broke." It is still not critical. I also have a sore stomach. Because of my size it is more sore stomach than you ever heard of. My doctor, Stanley Lorber, is considered the best internist in Philadelphia, and he can't find out what's wrong with it. But he gets a real kick out of examining me, and he uses me as a subject for lecturing his students. I think pretty soon I am going to start charging him. Ike Richman, part owner of the Philadelphia 76ers, feels so bad about my stomachache that he got real desperate last week and said. "I know. Let's go to a hypnotist." Man, a hypnotist—who, me? I thought I'd put Ike off, so I said. "Man, how much will you pay me to go and get hypnotized? A hundred dollars an hour?" And Ike said he'd do it. Anything to get me feeling back in shape. That's the kind of guy he is. But no matter what we do it keeps getting worse instead of better, and my health is going to figure big in my future. This is my summer of decision. Reason No. 2: I'm thinking of doing a lot of things other than playing basketball. I am thinking of living my own life, for one thing. I could take life easier and manage my apartment house properties and my nightclub in Harlem and the six corporations I'm tied up in—and be a business executive in a size-IS collar, button-down oxford-cloth shin and the biggest hotdamn gray flannel suit you ever saw in your whole life. I have all kinds of other offers, including a role in a civil rights movie based on the new book Look Away. I could go into boxing. And don't think for a minute I couldn't be heavyweight champion of the world. You hear me out there. Sonny Liston? You don't believe me? Look at that picture on the cover again, baby. I am also considering—but not too seriously—standing offers to enter professional baseball or football. But we've got to face it. I would fall with one hell of a crash on a football kid (even though it might take more than one guy to bring me down). And while I might be hot stuff catching high ones in the outfield, even the wildest pitcher in baseball would murder me at home plate because I have got such a big strike zone. Reason No. 3: Finally. I am tired of being a villain. It is not the role I had in mind when I entered this sport. I don't feel like a villain, and I don't think like a villain. And there are girls out there who insist I don't exactly look mean, either, you know? Never mind the mustache and beard, man. My mother thinks it looks awful, but the overall vote is in favor of it. And I think I have spotted a trend away from that sort of thing. Villainy, I mean. In the old-time days there was no sympathy for the big guys. Remember Bluto, the big, fat one in the Popeye cartoons? And he would always grab old Olive Oyl and run off with her, and Popeye would eat all that crazy (ugh) spinach and then kick the hell out of Bluto? Well, Bluto is pretty much out of it now. And take the case of Frankenstein's monster. He used to be a real heller and now even he has been gentled up on TV. Then, finally, there is a new kindly hero: the Jolly Green Giant. It's a trend, you see? Now, I don't exactly see myself as the Jolly Bronze Giant—I don't dig that leafy little costume, for one thing—but you get the theme. Boy, I don't know. How does a guy get to be a villain in the first place? Not all at once. I promise you. It is a cumulative series of little things—like little jabs from sportswriters—that have a way of adding up over the years to make the total picture of a bad guy. They have a way of slowly filling in an image that seems to stick in people's minds. I don't know of any athlete in the world who has had to prove himself so many times. Over and over again, fighting off the image. give you an example: "That Wilt. He just stands there and dunks the ball," says one writer. So I work hard and perfect a jump shot. "That Wilt. He shouldn't fade away from the basket when he's shooting the jumper." they say. So I try some other shots. And I concentrate on defense. "That Wilt," they say this time. "He just plays one end of the court." So I dash around and hustle down to the other end of the court. "He's hogging all the action." So I try more team play, and I feed the ball off like mad. "That Wilt," they say, fresh out of criticism. "He's a fink." Man, how can I win? Look: I know I'm getting well paid for this sort of jazz, and everybody shrugs and says, "Well, old Wilt can laugh all the way while he's walking to the bank." Actually, it's better than that. I can laugh all the way while driving to the bank in my 527.000 baby-lavender Bentley Continental convertible. But that doesn't help the hurt piled up inside. Let me put it another way: I get paid big money for playing basketball, and I play it. But I do not get paid big money for being hounded and instigated and called a lot of things I am not, right? In a funny way, name-calling is one of the key things that makes professional basketball a bush-league affair when it doesn't have to—it shouldn't —be that way at all. You don't see that sort of thing in other sports. Does the owner of the New York Giants say bad things about Jimmy Brown because Jimmy plays for the Cleveland Browns? Never. Big-league owners know that inter-league sniping gives the whole game a bad name. And the fans expect better conduct. You won't hear Al Lopez calling Mickey Mantle a bum. Unfortunately, the fans don't always get such conduct in pro basketball. I ask you: Where else but in professional basketball do you get 1) owners, 2) players and 3) coaches all knocking each other? How can Ned Irish of the New York Knicks say "I wouldn't have Wilt on my team?" Never mind Ned's personal feelings about me: how he might feel personally doesn't matter. But in sniping at me—or at anybody—can he be helping the NBA? He's knocking it down. It creates a strictly bush atmosphere. And when this sort of thing happens you start to wonder if the people involved really want to improve basketball or maybe just get their names in the papers. They have money and what they really want is fame. I guess. I think some NBA owners regard having their own basketball team as sort of like an executive yo-yo: you know, like a toy. They like the idea of really owning something in sports and maybe they can't afford a whole football team. (It's nice to have something to kick around at the country club. "Yeah, man, as I was telling my team the other day.. ..") All of which is fine. Man, I don't care what these people spend their money on. But don't forget, they're trading in the lives of real people here. How about Franklin Mieuli, who owned about 10% of the San Francisco 49ers, and he had a hold of that little piece of action and then he got the Owners' hots. So when Eddie Gottlieb sold his share of the Warriors, Mieuli dashed right over and bought it all up, and now here he is, really able to get in there and mix it up. Frankly, I doubt if Mieuli knows very much about basketball. But he wants to speak up about it, and now that he is an owner, now he can. Oh, man! And what do you get in situations like this in the league? I'll tell you what you get: I was sitting in my apartment in San Francisco one night looking out at the view, and a newspaper reporter knocked at my door. He said something cheery like. "Hello. You have now been traded. Goodbye." And do you think the owner had the courtesy to even talk to me about it? Hah. (In this case, though, I figured something was coming up. Some time before, Gottlieb had talked to me and kind of asked how I'd like going back to Philadelphia to play. And I was honest and warned him that if they signed me it would have to be with the understanding that it might be my last season. How about Barry Kramer coming in for practice one day, and about the time he gets down to his undershorts someone says something like: "By the way, man, don't bother undressing any further. You don't play for us anymore." Just like that. And Wayne Hightower. He walked into the locker room in New York: "Hightower? Oh. yeah. Hightower. You've been traded to Baltimore." It's the old yo-yo. Like the owners have a little game of their own going that we don't know anything about. You know, a secret league where they say. "Look. I'll give you two forwards and a regulation basketball and a couple of rolls of tape for a big center and a pair of sneakers." And what about the image to the public? Oh man, never mind the image. And if that isn't bush, baby, I don't know what is. Now. I don't want to sound like rhythm and blues. You don't have to set this story to music. But there is a reason this action has such a crazy impact in basketball that it does not have in other sports. Look, we all know there must be trades and player cuts and drafts. We all know there must be owner wheeling and dealing. Fine. All sports wheel and deal. And we don't even want to know all the owners' business. You follow me? But basketball is a kind of special case because the players get so close to each other playing this game. The game demands close, instinctive relationships. We're more sensitive about teammates than, say, linebackers, who are bought and sold by the pound like hamburger. Basketball players build strong friendships and respect on and off the court. So we understand the owners have to deal. But it doesn't have to be this bush. They could call the players in and let them know what's cooking. I don't mean ask the players' opinion. But at least let them know, see? And then you wouldn't have those kids out there all jumpy and not playing 100 % basketball. In football and baseball also most of the trading is done in the off season, and by the time the regular season comes around the shock has worn off. The top players, all the ones I know who are serious about this game, are all trying to improve it, to get the bush image out of it. But, man, it's tough. That's just the beginning. Let me take you inside a secret practice session of the Philadelphia 76ers and we'll see how this grabs you: We're divided up into two squads for scrimmaging. We're inside Convention Hall and it is big and dark and cold and empty, and when the ball slaps into your hands it makes a ringing, hollow sound up against the ceiling. We're wearing a sort of catch-me-come-kiss-me collection of bits and pieces of old uniforms, and we look like the orphans' picnic. Coach Dolph Schayes is trying to teach us basketball fundamentals (and I think we'll agree right here that it is a little late for shut sort of thing. If we don't know the fundamentals by now. we're all dead). Suddenly, on a fast break or a play under the basket. Dolph sees something none of us can see. He stops everything. "All right.- he will bark. "Yellow team take three laps around the court." And off we go—five big, hulking, grown-up men—loping around the basketball court like a bunch of junior high school kids. Our technical practice on play patterns has been interrupted for this punishment, and the pace of our game has been thrown off. This is Schayes's way of spanking us. Then we get back to work and get a furious scrimmage going and a nice sort of rhythm starts to take shape. "Wait! Hold it," says Schayes. "Blue team take three laps around the court. There we go again. Everything stops. And the secret in all this is that the blue team hasn't done anything wrong. Dolph is just so soft-hearted that he's been thinking about it for a few minutes and has decided that they ought to do it, too. And any punishment value of the laps is nullified, right? It's almost the same thing in actual league play. Schayes is so tender-hearted that someone sitting on the bench can look over at him with those big wet eyes, and he'll put them into the game—even if the man replaced is having a big night. You see? In the dressing room one day a couple of weeks ago, Dolph came up with another idea. "We've got to fake those fouls more," he said. "Let's throw up our hands and stagger backwards and really make it look real to the referee." "But. Coach," said Dave Gambee, "This only works if you're a good actor. A lot of us can't pull it off. We just don't look innocent." "All right." says Schayes. "I guess we'd better play it straight. But fake them when you can, huh?" Now. whatever you do, don't get me wrong, there is a hardcore moral hidden away in here, baby, and it goes right down to one of the really fundamental things that is wrong with professional basketball. The coaching system is right out of bushville. It's one of those things that went wrong with the system years ago. Here is a guy who has played long and well and faithfully. And he comes up with a bad knee or something like that and the owners say. "Well. we've got to do something nice for good old Whoever." So what do they do? They make a coach out of him, and next season he suddenly turns up coaching his old cronies, the guys he used to play with. And playing the game does not necessarily qualify a man to coach it, right? Take Dolph. Here is a genuinely good guy. He is tall, handsome: he dresses well, he is soft-spoken and he is nice to the wife and kids. And right now that makes him almost too nice a guy to coach a bunch of hardened basketball professionals. Schayes knows all the plays and strategies well—and if he had any legs left he could run them—but he has a tough time passing this information on to the players. Meanwhile, here are the NBA owners, with diamond rings on their little fingers and cigars in their mouths, and they want winners. "Do what you have to do, coach, but boot me home a winner. Don't talk to me about personality problem", "Coach, just show me that big box score. Don't come to me with the song and dance about a tired team.", "I know the season is too long, but what the hell, baby, win, win, win." A gentle, soft-hearted coach against this kind of background is like a little old lamb in there with the hungry lions. Schayes, for one, has that woolly look, and there are plenty of others. We could have won at least seven or eight more games than we did this season with fierce eat'em-up coaching. There are examples of this through the association. I'm not in a position to comment on the Detroit situation: man, I've got enough problems of my own. But here it is again: they take Dave DeBusschere, a second-year man in basketball, and they make him a coach. It's a waste of Dave's talents and worse than that: it's bush, baby. Pro basketball has created a lot of jumpy coaches. The poor guys, it's a wonder some of them don't sort of fall off the bench and maybe foam at the mouth a little. I promise you that some coaches in this association get word that they've lost one player and picked up two—or some combination like that—and they're absolutely dumbfounded. And very, very few of them can speak up or talk back. The word was all around the league that when Paul Seymour was coach at St. Louis he protested about some owner moves and he got fired. And Seymour, baby, was a very very good coach. A real loss to the game. On the old Warriors. Neil Johnston came up late or something like that, and Gottlieb made him a coach. Another one of those things out of sympathy. In our first year together—it was 1960. I think-we had a good year and took second to Boston. And I don't think this was a reflection of Neil's coaching so much as that we just had a great team, you understand? Then when the second year came along we lost to the Syracuse Nationals in the semifinals of the playoffs—and then Neil was dismissed, and he kind of lashed out and made some very unfair statements. He made out like Wilt Chamberlain was a prima donna and he couldn't talk to me. And as I remember the two years with Johnston we had one disagreement. Just one. But I guess he had to blame losing his job on somebody instead of his coaching. It all weaves into this image we've got. Since professional basketball began, owners have been hiring the wrong kind of coaches—then firing them for not winning. There are enough ex-coaches around to form their own Old Cats League or something. Take Owner Ben Kerner of the St. Louis Hawks: he is known around the league for the ability to tire a coach before the coach can get the laces tied up on his sneakers. Cincinnati eased Charley Wolf out because he didn't produce a winner right away. In San Francisco, Bob Feerick decided he wasn't ready for coaching, and he got out of it gracefully by becoming general manager. But, you know, what do the owners expect—that maybe there will be nine winners in the season? And if not. what is the remedy: Firing eight coaches? Sometimes that seems to be the idea around here. Good college coaches arc usually too smart to come into the professional ranks. They take one look at this snake pit, and they say. "Who me? Man, are you kidding me?" Happily, this system doesn't go flat across the board in the NBA. The owners who have a feeling for a coach will go out and buy him a good team and give him the chance to build it into a powerhouse, and they leave him alone. Know what I mean? I mean, look at the Boston Celtics and Auerbach. You know the real key reason why they are so good as a team? Man. those guys have been together for an average of nine years now. They're so close they're like Siamese sextuplets. How about me? Would I coach if they asked me? I happen to think I would make a pretty good coach. But don't ask me. That Red Auerbach. Now, isn't he too much? With that cigar and the look like he would snap you in half. I mean mean. But what a guy. I can remember the first time we met—and maybe you don't know this, but he was my coach at one time. It was back in 1953 and I was a high school freshman then. Maybe about ... oh, 6 feet 10 1/2 or so ... I had been playing a lot of basketball already against some pretty tough older players, and I thought I was pretty hot stuff. And Haskell Cohen, the public relations guy for the NBA—man, he was really looking into the future—had spotted me down at Overbrook High in Philadelphia. And he got me a summer job bell-hopping at Kutsher's resort up in the Catskills. It was a sort of breeding ground for future professionals. Haskell was looking beyond high school and college, I guess. So I turned up on the circuit carrying suitcases and waiting on tables and sort of standing around all bones and eyeballs and teeth. Every summer resort up there had its own basketball team made up of college kids who needed jobs for the summer. They worked a little and played a little. And who was the coach at Kutsher's? The man with the cigar. Looking back on it. I think maybe it was my attitude that first touched off Auerbach. You know, I wasn't exactly the most modest kid in town, and I had a lot of moves for a high school (rattle playing with the big boys. And when Red would call practice he would sort of talk to me in that voice that catches you right here, right between the ribs. He especially didn't like the way I played defense. "Don't you think, Chamberlain," Red would growl. "that it might be sort of a good idea to defense your man from in from of him instead of behind him? What the hell are you doing back there?" But I went on defensing from behind the guys, reaching around with my arms to get the ball, waiting to fall on them when they wheeled around to shoot. "We are going to play Shawanga Lodge next." said Red, looking through me. "And you are going to have to defense B. H. Born. I think it only fair to tell you, Chamberlain, that B. H. Born has just made All-America from the University of Kansas. And I think it only fair to tell you that B. H. Born is going to make chopped chicken liver out of you." So we played Shawanga. At the half-time break I had scored 30-some points and Born had scored exactly two. And I came ambling back into the dressing room and flopped myself down on the training table and folded my arms behind my head. I was whistling. you know, doe de doo de doo, and sort of looking side-wise at old Red while he looked back at me with a steely stare. Finally he grinned a little trace of a grin at me. "Now about the second half." he said. Then, "Now, Mr Chamberlain, may I please have your attention for a moment?" Suddenly we understood each other. Red and I. And I learned to play defense on both sides; I play it a lot in front now. After that. Red would let me serve him drinks and cigars in his room when he was up all night playing poker, and he later got me aside to talk about future schooling. "Why don't you go to Harvard. kid?" he said. "And then I'll be able to pick you off in the territorial draft for the Celtics." But other forces were already at work, a bunch of things that would change my entire life. After that summer, life began to get tougher. From that summer when I was a gangly kid I looked forward to playing professional basketball. I mean, hot dam, all that glamour. World travel and like that. Big money and cheering crowds and beautiful girls sort of jammed all around the dressing-room door. Now, there is a boyhood dream gone to pieces. Pro basketball is traveling, all right. But not from country to country or even city to city. It is traveling from locker room to locker room. And dressing rooms all seem to have that same stale smell about them after a while. It is sweat and sneakers and soaking wet uniforms and wrinkled clothes, and there is the steady hiss of showers. Listen, you kids out there. Listen, Lew Alcindor, for one. Defeat and victory all smell exactly the same in a pro basketball dressing room alter a while. You get so you don't feel elation. You just feel beat. And there is no crowd of beautiful girls waiting outside a dressing room door- -nor much time for dating, anyway. Last week I was sitting all lonely in the Sheraton Hotel in Philadelphia—the rooms there arc like little bitty boxes —and pawing through the stuff in my bag. I came up with the phone number of this girl—I mean, she is a dish--and called her for a date. When the phone started ringing I suddenly remembered that I hadn't called her in like, four years. And what would I say if her husband answered the phone? (It turned out she wasn't married. Whew. But it also turned out that she had another date that night. See what I mean?) What I'm telling you—you, Alcindor, and all you long-armed kids out there—is that basketball burns you out. And if you make it in the pros you had better save your money and be ready to retire at any hour. It can all end like snapping your fingers. Pro basketball burns you faster because you play a faster game than anybody else and pretty soon—zap! You start to lose your desire. It isn't always playing the game that gets to you —the real pros love the game and, man, they love to play it—it is some of the hush things that will finally nail you. They have nailed me. And sometimes I don't want to retire tomorrow: I want to retire yesterday. You follow me? Let me put it this way: You can play baseball until you're 45 (if you can stand the lack of real action and that 162-game season) and you can play football until you're pretty well up there, too. But not basketball. The saddest thing about this is that there are some remedies close at hand for all this. Put them all together and they don't spell mother, baby. They spell money. Pro basketball is still the most exciting thing going on. But it is sadly overexposed. Man, by the end of the season the public has got basketball up to here. Since it got going good, the game has been dominated by some owners who have got big money worries and little reserves. Know what I mean? They're forced to be competitive and too businesslike about this game, and they can't let up and relax for long enough to give it the help it needs. In the National Football League the owners can go first class all the way and not worry about the right-now revenue. Can the owners look for a long-term, five-year gain in basketball? Why in five years many of them won't be around. I'm in my seventh year and I guess I'm lucky to have held all of me together this long. It's at the point now where I lose eight to 12 pounds during each game, and sometime my stomach hurls so bad out there under the basket that I sort of have to lean on the guy guarding me and gasp to catch my breath. I used to drink a half gallon of milk right alter every game and about seven other quarts of milk during the day. But now Dr. Lorber has got me cut down to one bottle of milk a day and has me on a diet so bland that it doesn't even have hot dogs on it. Man, I have lived on hot dogs for years. So now I sit in the locker room after coming off the floor, and I start to polish out a quart of ginger ale or Seven-Up, and Ike Richman—Ike is a very dramatic small guy—comes in and sort or staggers backward and slaps his hand to his forehead. "That stuff will kill you!" Ike says. Will you for once stay on your diet?"' And he snatches the bottle away from me and splashes it on his hands and the floor and all over my bare feet. "Look here." he says rubbing his hands "This stuff is so strong it will clean my hands. No wonder you've got a sore stomach. What am I going to do with you?" Well, honest, Ike, I don't know what you're going to do with me or what I am going to do with you. But whatever it is, you'll be the first to know. First I am going to get well, I don't know, maybe I'll go to the Mayo Clinic - if they've got a bed out there big enough for me and get this stomach all fixed up. Then I will go back to my apartment and sit there and play my electric guitar (I don't play melodies too well, but I can chord like crazy!) until it drives the neighbors out of their minds. I will put on my Day-O! hat (you know "Day-O! Daylight come and me wanna go home") and my dark shades and take my conga drum and go over in Central Park and sit there and play it and figure out the future. I've gotten psychologically punchy over the years I've played basketball. People have been snatching and pulling at me since I was little ... well, since I was a kid, not a little kid. I've been stared at, laughed at, insulted, investigated and generally turned inside out. Man, the FBI grabbed me while I was still in Overbrook High School in Philadelphia, and word was getting around that I was getting some pretty fabulous offers from colleges around the country. Like tens of thousands of dollars under the table and hidden away in caves and secret funds. Offers of big cars and like that. There I was, still a young, impressionable boy who didn't want to do anything in the world but just plain play basketball. And they were on me like I was the biggest criminal in the country. From that day on, basketball got better, but my life got tougher.
1.) Well, I think that the last time I talked to my tech about it, and from what I remember about them, the groove tubes were - probably your best bet. Because they would get tubes from overseas, Czechoslovakia, and match them up - which is also a little technical kind of thing that, I mean, you can probably throw any ol' tubes in an amp and most people wouldn't notice the difference, I might not even, but i do know the sound of an amp is made up of a lot of different things like that, and the tubes are important. And again, because over there in Russia and China, they still use a lot of tubes in their electrical equipment, they still make some of the best tubes in the world. So I know there are people out there who are making good tubes again in the States, but you still have to keep lookin'. And you have to get some and experiment and some don't sound as good as others. It's one of the quirky things that goes along with old amplifiers. 2.) Those were customized Music Man amplifiers that... Leo Fender had sold his name - unfortunately - and started a new company, and Music Man was part of that. And we had a chance to get ahold of some of those amps early, when they first started making 'em, and they sounded really good, so we had 'em customized to make them more versatile for our needs - Brad and I, but the whole band actually used them. And they actually had LED lights on them, so you could see how hard you were pushing them. So in about 1978, 1979, those were the amps we were using live. Pretty much. And we still have a bunch of them, in fact - I just went through the inventory, and I think we have 8-9, and we'll probably put them out on the market since we won't be using them. So those are going on the market soon. 3.) God, I have to say that "Cashmere" kind of drives in all the different influences that Jimmy was attracted to. And there are other songs that show that, but it seems that there are some songs that kind of capture all of it, in any band. I mean, AC/DC has a couple songs that - that's probably, you know, the whole ball of wax right there. You've heard AC/DC if you hear that one song. So I think that "Cashmere" probably is one of the songs that is the peak of Led Zeppelin's forward motion. But I have to say that "Immigrant Song" is something that - I don't know where that came from, but to me that just shows, again, Jerry Page's genius. 4.) I would say it would probably have been an Ampeg G4 - Ampeg made guitar amps in the 50 watt range, and we were using those quite a bit during that period in the studio. So it was probably one of those. And probably a 45 watt Plexi, an old Plexi, for the lead. 6.) Well, I've been kind've taking up vinyl every chance I get, every once in a while. Some new music is coming out on vinyl, and I grab that whenever I can. And Eddie Kramer, the incredible Eddie Kramer who recorded Jimi Hendrix in his unfortunately short time of recording in the studio, had some outtakes of Jimi working on his new, some of the new material he was working with, I think it was with Billy Cox and Buddy Miles or Mitch Mitchell, I'm not sure who else was playing, and some of the songs go on for 15 minutes - Jimi taking some of his favorite things and trying to, you know, as we all did, come up with some new things, and so these outtakes - Eddie Kramer pressed them into vinyl just so he could give 'em to his friends, and he gave me, it's a 2 record set, and it's just Jimi kinda jamming on some of his favorite old songs. And every once in a while, you hear something pop out of there that you know if he'd been around a little longer, you know it would've ended up on another album. So that's my favorite album right now. It's vinyl and it sounds incredible.
5.) None that come to mind, sorry to say, haha! Usually, we're on our way to New York or on our way out of New York, and we don't really get much of a chance to stop in New Jersey to eat. So I really can't point a place out. But if anybody has a good BBQ place they can recommend, let me know!
Well, I think that a couple of months ago, Gene Simmons was quoted as saying "Rock & Roll was dead," or something to that effect, and I have to say that it's kind of a general statement, but in certain ways, the way that the last rock & roll has gone over the last 50 years, we've seen it go from a real kind of socially unacceptable kind of music, the next generation from the blues that was really unacceptable by the majority of Americans, but when the white kids started emulating the blues, it became acceptable and it became a huge industry. And we saw it rise up, and then there were the golden years of the MTV era, and what we have now is a ton of fans that are really interested in the classic music, from the 60's on through the 70's and what we call "classic rock," and right now there are great bands that are playing in garages and writing great songs and it's just that there's so many different kinds of music now, it's kind've hard to get heard.
But there are definitely fans that want to hear it.
But the part that i think Gene was talking about, specifically, are "Where are the new bands like the Def Leppards, the Aerosmiths, the Rolling Stones, the Bon Jovis" - there doesn't seem to be that kind of excitement around bands anymore, around stadiums, the arenas. And we're seeing that kind've fade away. Because there are so many other kinds of music.
Music is always about trend, and what's the latest, newest thing, and there are gonna be other acts, and different kinds of music that fill those arenas, but our kind of rock & roll, with the classic one guitar, two guitars, a singer, bass and drums - it seems to be kind've fading away.
So we're lucky to still have enough of those bands around, but in 10 years, it's really gonna be a different scene, I think.
Yeah! There was one time that - actually, there's something special in the water there. And people would, the water was so clear and clean, people would, that was the water that came out of people's faucets up there, so maybe there's something in the water. Anyway, it worked for us.
But i do have a story that hasn't been out that much. Every year, when the ice breaks up, and it usually takes a day - it's really a phenomenal thing, you'll see the whole lake covered in ice, and then it will all break up, the temperature's just right and the water flows down from the North to the South and it all breaks up, and starts to form big chunks of ice, and then over the next few weeks, those chunks begin to melt - and I can remember one year, Steven and I were up there, a couple of days after the ice decided to clear out, and we dared each other to go water-skiing, on this water that was probably about 31 degrees temperature.
And we didn't have wetsuits or anything like that, just our bathing suits on.
And it was a pretty daring adventure. We both fell in the water! And I'll tell ya - I never treaded water as hard in my life, because it was SO cold.
But it was one of those things where it wasn't anything about music, or the band, or anything, but it showed that other side of that relationship that Steven and I have.
Well, there's - oh god, I really liked some of the stuff the Black Keys do. And I just hear bits and pieces from, oddly enough - for the kind of rock & roll that i like, I hear a lot of it on some of the really good TV shows. I mean, I can't believe that it's so popular, that they use so much of that music! In the 60's or 70's, you just never would hear that. But it also makes it hard to to find out who it is that's actually playing the music. I guess you could do some digging on the computer, because my son Tony and also their band (which has Toni and Adrian in it) have had a number of songs in the movies. And you know, they'll get credit for it at the end, it'll happen really fast, and you don't really get a chance to see who it is. So it's a little frustrating. But i hear some really good rock & roll on TV, you know? And it's just, how things have changed over the years. But that's where I hear a lot of the kind of rock that I like.
Anyway, it's just great to hear that. But as far as bands go, there are so many that go by when I listen to the radio, some of the stuff - they don't really announce who it is, or anything like that, so it's kinda tough to know who they are. But it's definitely out there.
I think that it's gonna be a tossup between AC/DC and Guns N' Roses. Because to see bands that are - all you have to do is watch 'em for 5 minutes, and you know after the first time you hear them, you know they're gonna be huge. You just get a feeling. You know they're gonna do it. When we played with AC/DC in the 70's, when they opened for us, they were incredible - just knocked me out. They never failed to blow my mind, to this day. I mean, I think they're incredible. And to see them go on and have us be a small part of their rise to where they are - I'm just really glad that we're able to see that. It's the same way with Guns N' Roses. I'm really glad, I feel bad mostly for Slash because he's a really good friend of mine, but I know if it was up to him, that the band would still be together and they would still be a huge world-class band. But touring that summer, when their record first came out, it was really exciting to see them go from being - just from coming out of the clubs and playing a few opening dates, to that summer tour, where by the end of it, they were just knocking the audience out, and they were definitely keeping US on our toes.
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2014.12.24 19:20 dr_hermes"Bad To Me" (1963) Reviewed
BEATLES RUNDOWN: "Bad To Me" (1963) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iIzOjtET1f8 "If you ever leave me/I'll be sad and blue/Don't you ever leave me/I'm so in love with you." In vain will you look through through your copies of BEATLES FOR SALE or PLEASE PLEASE ME for this song. John did write it, and he did sing a little demo (which has survived). But they gave the song to another singer that Brian Epstein managed, Billy J Kramer, who had a reasonable hit with it. The Beatles did the same with "A World Without Love," which they gave to Peter and Gordon. Those two had some success as part of the British Invasion, and the fact that Peter was Jane Asher's brother possibly gave him some connections if you know what I mean (nudge nudge, wink wink I bet your wife's a goer, eh EH?). I figure it's possible the Beatles might have run through this song once or twice while warming up in the studio, they often played old songs they had no intention of recording that day just for variety after doing take after take of a difficult number. But if they had tried John's song "Bad To Me" and it had survived, I imagine it would have surfaced by now. As an aside, it shows Brian Epstein knew what he had with John and Paul, in that he could expect them to just write a hit here and there for his other groups. In some alternate universe where he did not enjoy performing to the public, John Lennon could have made a good living as just a songwriter cranking out pleasant little Top 40 hits. "Bad To Me" is a pleasant little pop song, with a strong melody and decent lyrics, about as good as the better dating songs of that era. As always, there were so many dismal songs which have been forgotten today, it's mostly the better ones which have been even marginally remembered. "Bad To Me' is a cut above most of the pop songs of the early 1960s and listening to the the Billy J Kramer version, it SOUNDS like a Beatles song which didn't hurt its chances. I like the acapella opening, then the descending guitar notes as the song begins ("The leaves on the trees/Would be softly sighing/If they heard from the breeze/That you left me crying") It's a conceit of any number of romance songs that Nature itself reacts to broken hearts. Here, leaves and birds are upset because a couple broke up, but there were songs were it was raining because someone was hurt. Have you noticed how many times John's lyrics mention his crying? For someone supposed to be cynical and caustic, crying sure seems to pop up in his songs a lot. Through the modern magic of YouTube, we can hear John trying out "Bad To Me" to see how it works. And for the purposes of historical research, here are Billy J Kramer and the Dakotas doing their version (also produced by my hero, George Martin). https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n2BVAcjRMlQ
2014.11.19 20:16 dr_hermes"I Call Your Name" (1964) Reviewed
BEATLES RUNDOWN: "I Call Your Name" (1964) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MQVQPDDW6A4 So much better than I remembered it. This underrated song has energy and moves right along with that curious conflict between sad lyrics and upbeat tempo that I always enjoy in Beatles songs. (When someone sings "I can't go on" with a cheerful confident tone, we're getting a mixed message.) Maybe I was conflating it in my mind with the weaker and slower version by the Mamas and the Papas? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X_WlLYBfL-k Anyway, listening to it a few times just now was a pleasant surprise. The cowbell* especially jumped out at me, and the opening guitar by George sounds great (one thing about most Beatles songs was a strong opening; as soon as "Eight Days a Week" or "Ticket To Ride" started, you know what song you were listening to). For a melancholy song of loss, "I Call Your Name" sure rocks. This was mostly a John Lennon creation (with some imput from Paul), and he sings lead vocals. As I remember it, John wrote it really early on (before the Beatles had formed) and it was later given to Billy J Kramer and the Dakotas along with "Bad To Me". http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lFxqBvkCKP8 It says a lot that Brian Epstein would ask Lennon & McCartney to donate songs to other groups he managed. The implication is that he was confident the Beatles could just keep writing new hits and he could divert some of their creativity to support his lesser stars. Well, it's a compliment in its way. Epstein wanted a hit single every few months and a new album twice a year from the Beatles, while they were touring. It worked out, but what a schedule! It's a good thing they were young and ambitious. Even so, you can see the wear and tear on them within a few years. "I call your name but you're not there/Was I to blame for being unfaiOh I can't sleep at night since you've been gone/I never weep at night/I can't go on"- Those early lyrics seem to be on a simple surface-level, especially when you compare them to later and more philosophical Beatles songs. But they have confidence and polish when you let them sink in. Try to imagine changing any of the words without weakening the way they flow. Sometimes I wonder if John and Paul actually spent more time agonizing about exactly the right phrase in their early "dating" songs than they did by the time of SGT PEPPER, where they often snatched phrases and expressions at random from newspapers and built songs around them. Writing basic dating songs doesn't get enough credit, it seems to me, it's certainly harder to do well than it seems. I have seen some speculation that this song was not about a typical girlfriend situation but really John venting about the absence of his mother and father from his life, especially as he was a teenager then and still traumatized. Could be. It hadn't really occured to me, but I saw a quote from Paul that he himself wondered if John was writing about his mother or father, and it makes sense. ______________- *It has just enough cowbell.
Gene hates any kind of shellfish among other things. One night i had lobster for dinner before the show, and saved the body with the tentacles on it. During a blackout between songs, I snapped it on his microphone, and when he went to sing, it was staring him in the face. He freaked out!
Wow. Social media hasn't really changed KISS. KISS is trying to use social media as a tool to connect with fans. The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame ultimately and grudgingly had to induct us at some point. The absurdity of ignoring us was beginning to make them look ridiculous. Unfortunately, I don't know that inducting us changes anyone's perception of them.
There are only two kinds of music: good and bad. So there's great rock, like Zeppelin, The Who, The Beatles, and on and on. And there's great jazz, like Coltrane, and Miles Davis, and there is amazing classical music like Beethoven. The list is endless. Go find it!
That's great! It's hard to juggle everything that I would like to do, so I can't do everything! I'd love to do another solo album at some point, that would be closer to my first. Live to Win was a conscious attempt to get away from the sound that I was most noted for with the band. But there's nothing like a great loud guitar and a great loud song.
That's tough because my favorite snack foods aren't the ones that are best for me, but they taste great. I've got a serious sweet tooth and love chocolate chip cookies and red velvet cake for starters. How can anyone say a carrot tastes better than those?
Once I opened the floodgates, it all just came out. With every story and memory, I thought of something else. I wanted the book to connect me with readers, old fans, and non-fans. I wanted everyone to see that we are all challenged by our doubts, and imperfections, and the key is how to overcome them.
Once I commit to something, I give it 100%. Face the Music is a book I wrote for my children and in the hopes that people could find some inspiration in their lives from mine. You can't expose until you're comfortable with them or they are no longer an issue. Mine are the past.
Gee that's a tough one. We've played the arena in Verona where the gladiators used to fight. And that is pretty awesome. As far as places we haven't played, I'm sure I could come up with a list. But not now.
Honestly, there's a lot of great KISS stuff, including I Still Love You. Also, doing Phantom of the Opera was an incredible challenge and terrifically rewarding. Unfortunately, the few recordings I've heard are not great. It's almost like someone posting you on YouTube falling down the stairs. It doesn't mean you did it every time!
I never had much interest in sports. Particularly after once getting tackled and having the wind knocked out of me. I decided then that the guitar was safer. I have toured with cracked ribs, stitches… you name it. The show must go on.
I usually write because there is a project. I like the responsibility and discipline it takes to do it for a deadline or commitment. I usually start with a guitar figure, and then build a melody on top, and then lastly lyrics.
I did, and may I humbly suggest that you fight that as much as you can. Being we are makes up the fabric of America, and we should ALL celebrate our heritage, not be ashamed of it. It makes our country a better place. and.
That's my take on it. I'm glad he didn't have an Asian name. There's no reason to think that you should make presumptions about that stuff just based on the way you look. The world's more complex than that.
Hmm. Give me something w/Clooney, Hanks, Clive Owen, Marion Cotillard, Carey Mulligan, maybe with Alfonso Cuaron, Ang Lee or Chris Nolan at the helm. This list could go on and on, but one thing is for sure, they need to be cool people. Life is too short to work with attitude or excessive ego.
The fact that he had qualities of a leading man who happened to be Asian American. Those opportunities don't come up very often. There are parts of me in the character for sure. I think most of the 5-0 actors would agree with that.
The most rewarding thing in my life is my family, hands down. I take pride in watching my kids become the people I know they can be. What i would tell my young self is. Don't be discouraged, Keep working hard, it will be worth it.
If it's the night before, get some rest. A few hours won't make the difference if you're not prepared. If you have more time though, bust your ass cuz these few days can make a difference for a long time. Good luck!
Jeremy says: definitely when Jack Black, Val Kilmer and Dave Grohl were rocking out to our original song for "Ghost Ghirls." (This song is in the season finale episode, in case you want to check it out. I've heard that the harmonies at the 1:28 mark are awesome)
ME: I gifted Val Kilmer the song and I said "check out the harms at 1:28" and we've just been stroking each other's egos ever since. Who was that masked man who wrote that song? Does he always write awesome songs like that?
Maria says: I liked the Detroit episode. I liked when I got to play Houdini's wife best, it was a lot of fun. I loved the costume and also I think the entire Detroit episode is the funniest in my opinion.
Priyanka says: I think that the lines are going to disappear. Jack and I always talk about if we can't remember where we watch shows, if it was on our TVs or Apple TVs or Ipads, and I think that will be the trend. It just creates an exciting world where good content is good content no matter where you find it.
Everyone says: We'll watch a few episodes and see if it looks great before we jump on. Can you post the link here? (as far as we know you could be some Hannibal Lecter guy who just wants to kill us and eat our brainskin)
Priyanka says: I've worked with Jack for nine years now, and it's been a dream. He is like the best, most supportive, kindest, funniest, most influential cheerleader we could ever ask for. And he gives great hugs.
Maria says: Ghost Girls is a webseries on Yahoo Screen (you can find it simply by going to www.ghostghirls.com) about 2 paranormal investigators with the best of intentions but the worst of executions. It's a takeoff on the ghost haunting shows that are on television right now and it has a lot of awesome celebrity guest stars.
Each episode is about 12 minutes and if you've watched an episode, you will feel refreshed, younger, but also like you're addicted and you need another episode immediately.
Amanda says: If you don't watch all of them, we die. Jeremy says: It's the greatest TV show on the web.
P.s. Quentin Tarantino said that it was better than ALL of his movies combined. True story!!!
Priyanka says: it will all be available internationally in the next couple of weeks, we were hoping to premiere it on the same day everywhere but weirdly there is some paperwork involved for international territories. we promise it's coming soon!
You need to write every day. All the best comedians and best comedic actors are writing their own material now. And have patience. You gotta write a lot of not-very-funny shit before you get to the funny shit.
Why was Mr. Show so influential? Because Bob and David were the Best. As simple as that. Why is Breaking Bad so influential? Because Vince Gilligan is the best. And Bob Odenkirk is in that one too. Is that weird? Bob is only in the best things. And he's in an episode of Ghost Ghirls too!
I never touch the stuff. I just had a very healthy start with some fresh peppers. That's how I get it going. I know it's confusing, I had this new vegan delivery thing where they bring me vegan food in the morning and I just eat whatever they bring me. This morning it was peppers.
I knew I should not have admitted that people bring me breakfast! I'm very embarrassed now. But people bring me breakfast. And they also bring me incredible TV shows that I can pretend I have created. Every morning I get amazing TV shows.
Joel Silver the producer said I would never work in this town again (I was late to the set one time and he said "where the fuck is Jack Black" and my agent said "He's on his way in!" and he said "He had better be dead.")
Did I meet Stallone? No. Was that the movie where he was having sex in his trailer? Stroking the shaft? Maybe. I'm not at liberty to say.
I'm not violent. I'm against solving conflict with violence. But if I had to, in self-defense, probably that dude on Fox News. Bill O'Reilly. He was talking shit about me one time and it made my blood boil.
Maria says: I would punch anyone who works at Seaworld. Not the people who work there at summer jobs, the people who WORK at Seaworld, it's just horrendous. Because it's torture for the animals.
Me: It's like solitary confinement, they are kidnapped when they are babies. Oh! I got a good idea for who I would punch. Hitler!!!
Amanda says: I was going to say Hitler. But now we can both say it. If we punch hard enough maybe he will die.
Jeremy: I would punch the ballot for the Webby Awards that says "Ghost Ghirls" for best series.
Priyanka: I would punch this girl I went to high school with who tried to sue me.
I don't remember ever saying that, but thank you for crediting me. I love Harold Ramis, and that was our second time we'd worked together because we'd actually worked together on a little movie called Orange County before that, but he was just acting in that one. He's one of my favorite people.
Thanks for the Airborne compliment. That's quite a blast from the past.
That's a very personal question. But I must say, at this point, if all of you reading this do not go to GhostGhirls.com and watch all 12 episodes of our amazing series, I will seriously jump off the nearest bridge. That's how deep my emotions run on the subject.
This is Jeremy: Thanks! Yeah, that one still holds up. I mean, those guys are so incredible. It's a pretty unbeatable team. With some actors, they have a really tough time. But everyone in that episode was(were?) the best of the best. They basically had it in 1 take. Seriously, if you ever get a chance to direct Will Ferrell and Don Cheadle, take it. I know what you're thinking, but trust me, they're great. You will enjoy it.
I hired Jeremy when he was 14 years old to be my personal assistant. He was a little older but just barely. He was fresh out of high school. Or College. Just right off the turnip truck. Raw, green, and filled with exuberance and knowledge.
I knew he was going to be huge and it was only a matter of time before he left me in the dust, so I've been riding his coattails ever since.
How did you guys meet?
Amanda says: Jeremy was playing the musical saw in a park and Maria and I were taking a walk and we stopped and listened for a while, and then the rest is history.
Priyanka says: I worked for Jack's agent like 10 years ago, and then I became an agent on Jack's team, and then when he started his company I ran away to join.
ME: Ari Emanuel won't look me in the eye until this day. He's still furious.
Well, it's not what I shout, but it's the way I shout it. Because when you scream "Defense!" properly, you can really have a powerful effect on the opponent's shooting ability. It's impossible to describe without actually doing it for you. You have to shout with unexpected cadence. The only way to distract them really is to share something they have never heard before, and you can't describe that in a reddit sentence.
Priyanka says: write something you love and shoot it. If you build it, they will come (seriously). We have developed a ton of stuff that started out as just hand-made, home-made videos. and thanks for watching!
Nice. That was an incredible show, we had Dave Grohl on the drums, that was the only time we'd ever done a full concert with Dave and I will never forget it. We don't have any plans now but you never know what will come up. We have a special place in our hearts for Blizzcon.
Jeremy says: We took it first to Jack. And once Jack's name was on it, we had clout and we sold it to the Sy Fy channel and we developed a tv version of it for a long time, but Sy Fy had a big comedy block and decided not to do any comedy at all. My theory is that they realized that they would be making too much fun of their own audience. But now the good news is we got to do the show we wanted to do and now anyone can watch it online, anytime!
Maria says: The initial idea developed because Amanda, Jeremy and I wanted to work together and we love paranormal stuff and we thought it would be a great idea, so we filmed it on our own and got a good crew together and did that.
Jeremy Says: Thank you! They say that the ABCs of filmmaking are the three things to avoid - Animals, Boats and Children. I will add a D. Drunks are terrible to work with. HILARIOUS. But VERY uncooperative. Yes we do tuck them in (once the medic says it's okay) and about a billion interesting moments happen that were not able to air. Each interview is like 5 hours of drunky nonsense.
These girls are funny in a way that I've never seen before and that's important. If it weren't for people who are making people laugh in new ways we'd be stuck with some stale, not-funny shit. Same with Bob and David, who changed comedy with Mr. Show.
This is Maria: We all love those ghost hunting shows on television right now. They are so dramatic and really have life and death stakes. So we thought it would be fun to put these two characters into that world.
I'm always down to work with Linklater. I don't really think about the prizes so much as the creative people I like to work with. That's why I wanted ot be a part of Ghost Ghirls. I'd like to do more Ghost Ghirls episodes and have more people be a part of it! You can check them out at Link to screen.yahoo.com
2013.07.24 21:08 tabledresser[Table] IAmA: I have managed bands for over thirty years and currently look after Metallica, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Jimmy Page, Muse, Josh Groban, Dawes, and others. I am Peter Mensch AMA!
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Yup. sadly so. what no one really understands is that the artist by himself does not achieve worldwide success without someone financing his/her record and more importantly gets into the hands of the media who can help spread the word. just how do you think one becomes big in Germany if one is a SF based metal band? it doesn't happen by osmosis.
Lars was standing up for artists copyrights. now ask anyone remotely involved in the music business and they will admit we were right. 10 years early. now the business is dying for artists and people like me who loved music and couldn't play a note. the best experiences are when your band's record is on the radio and you hear it. plus doing something special live. for the first time.
I was 26, they were like 18. I was living in London (my spiritual musical home for all the bands from the 60s/70s I loved). It was a blast. I became their manager while they were on tour with AC/DC. I was managing AC/DC at the time.
Best bands to be around are all the current clients as for the worst client: look at the list of clients we no longer manage...actually, just some of those. i'm still in contact with Brian Wheat in Tesla who is killing it out there as their self managing bassist.
The music industry has tended to act like a filter. just like film studios, TV networks, book publishers. the best people in each of these industries relies on their own taste and then hopes that their taste will work for the mass audience out there. look at arrested development. died on Fox and came back on Netflix. Or who would have thought a show about a bunch of NJ Gangsters or even early 20s Jersey somethings would be successful and game changing.
1) vinyl - the previously issued vinyl was ok for the time, this will be way better 2) page loves vinyl. always has. always will. collects it. as for how quickly we release the vinyl and in what order, it will be either all at once as a box set or individually in chronological order.
Would be Lars. talk movies etc. But also Gary Lightbody, Matt and Page. basically, anyone who wants to talk about a book, a movie, a play, ways to commit treason in England. kids, school, sports. Lightbody is a demon on pop culture.
We desperately seek out new bands who want to be successful. but since we don't hang out in clubs at 2am, we usually have to wait for someone to call us up and ask for help. most new acts have managers. most new acts fail. do the math.
Find someone with a connection. usually a lawyer or someone who has a connection. I wish it was easier. no one listens to unsolicited tapes anymore. you've got to write great songs (not ones your mother tells you are good), play live and keep doing it. somewhere someone will find you.
If you don't eventually sell music (usually in album form) you will never get the level of success that you might have dreamed of (selling out arenas). if you don't care how successful you can become as a touring act then you don't have to worry about albums. I can't run a business managing club acts who are permanent club acts most difficult situation: death of a fan at a gig or death of a band member.
Why not. RHCP does it. you have to be big enough because believe it or not it costs the band money and unless you sell enough of them to break even, it isn't worth doing. also you need to have a good audio and or video setup on tour.
I do have a bitchin job. And everyday I pray to every god you can imagine and some you can't thanking them for it. We've managed Madonna, Shania Twain and Josh Groban. And Gillian Welch. We just love music and musicians. And funny ones. Josh Groban is hysterical as well as musically incredibly talented.
You've got it down. pimp your music out to as many blogs as possible. just make sure that someone you trust says the stuff is great. not just good or very good. but GREAT. there is no room anymore for anything else. favorite new act (not so new) is Florence and the Machine. she has a real stage presence. I miss real stage presence. I want to be led by a singer
All members of any band I have managed have always wanted to perform. start with your memories of having to stand up in Miss Taylor's 3rd grade class and read or do something. Some of you loved it, most hated it. band members loved it and usually have something to prove or say so they like performing. usually off stage they take off the cape and tights and become normal people.
There are internships and sadly it is a bit of who you know. but there are local radio stations, college radio stations, local clubs. people will usually take people looking to work for free or dirt cheap.
How good are your songs??? that's the question. owning your masters isn't dumb, but you need to find someone to connect you to a larger organization to promote your records. It is very very difficult to break out of the indie label scene unless you are Arcade Fire or someone in Garden State says "the Shins will change your life"
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