Finally, after 25 years, the conclusion to one TV's enduring mysteries is finally at hand...
Finally, after 25 years, the conclusion to one TV's enduring mysteries is finally at hand with the Announcement of Twin Peaks - The Complete Mystery
Rock diva and Kickstarter heroine
Amanda Palmer asks
local musicians/fans to come on stage to perform a few songs with her. But professional musicians
at this blatant act of exploitation. [more inside]
Let's dust off our turntable, and the hash pipe
and break out the C.O.B.
, which is
Clive's Own Band
, Clive being Clive Palmer
, one of the founders of The Incredible String Band, who left after the success of their first album, took his money, and left England to live in alone in India. Later, in the early seventies, living off porridge and crackers in a caravan with Mick Bennett and John Bidwell, he released two 'progressive folk' albums, Spirit of Love
and Moyshe McStiff and the Tartan Lancers of the Sacred Heart
, which some have called the best folk albums to have ever come out of Britain. Produced with Ralph McTell
The professor, his wife, and the secret, savage book reviews on Amazon
'An extraordinary literary "whodunnit" over the identity of a mystery reviewer who savaged works by some of Britain's leading academics on the Amazon website has culminated in a top historian admitting that the culprit was, in fact, his wife.'
of cursive script
handwriting continues to be predicted. [more inside]
A musician passed away
just the other day. In all likelihood you never knew his name. But you've probably heard him, no exaggeration, on thousands
of occasions. He was drummer Earl Palmer
, and some of the thousands of songs he propelled with his versatile grooves and masterful sense of time include Tutti Frutti
, La Bamba
, Let's Go Get Stoned
, I Don't Need No Doctor
, Unchained Melody
, You've Lost That Loving Feeling
... the list goes on and on
. Oh, and there's the TV themes he drummed on, like say, Mission Impossible
. And here you can see New Orleans native Earl demonstrating how he put the beat under Professor Longhair's classic Tipitina
and on Fats Domino's I'm Walkin'
. He was one superb rhythmist. Au revoir, Earl Palmer
. [more inside]
80's singer Robert Palmer has passed away.
CNN reports that the British rocker who is famous for his 80's hit "Addicted to Love" died of a heart attack in Paris at the age of 54.