Saturday, February 20, 2010
Never Fake It. Ever.
I can't hear you. What'd you say?
Who's got the bottle?
Who Asked You?
Alice Cooper on Susan Boyle + Queen
Friday, February 19, 2010
Need MobileMe support?
Chat only! Good fucking luck!
Labels: MobileMe outage problems
Thursday, February 18, 2010
Tiger Woods Washes (and shaves?)
His Own Balls!
Labels: Tiger Woods
The Weather Report|Hell Freezes Over, 1979
Snow falls in the Sahara Desert
Madonna|Confessions on the Dancefloor Live
Hung Up, Live, 2006
Saturday Night Fever Redux
Madonna|Confessions on the Dancefloor 2006
John Travolta|Domestic Terrorist 2008
The Taking of Pelham 1-2-3
John Travolta|Disco Icon 1977
Saturday Night Fever
Born this day in 1954|John Travolta, Pin-Up 1976
Labels: John Travolta 1976
Born this day in 1968|Molly Ringwald
May 1986 (frozen in time)
Labels: Molly Ringwald
Interview Magazine [December 1983]
Born this day in 1964|Matt Dillon
Labels: Matt Dillon
Lady Gaga at The Brits
Labels: Lady Gaga
Depeche Mode were joined onstage by former member Alan Wilder at the Royal Albert Hall in London last night (February 17).
The keyboardist, who left Depeche Mode after 13 years in 1995, played piano on encore-opener 'Somebody' to a rapturous response from the sell-out crowd. Fans are now speculating whether Wilder's appearance at the one-off Teenage Cancer Trust show could herald a return to the band.
Introduced on stage by Teenage Cancer Trust curator Roger Daltrey, Depeche Mode performed a sprawling 20-song set strewn with classics.
The set-list was as follows:
1. In Chains
3. Hole to Feed
4. Walking in My Shoes
5. It's No Good
6. A Question of Time
8. World In My Eyes
9. One Caress
11. Come Back
12. Policy of Truth
13. In Your Room
14. I Feel You
15. Enjoy the Silence
16. Never Let Me Down Again
17. Somebody (with Alan Wilder on piano)
20. Personal Jesus
88|Bernie Taupin & Elton John
The Legend of Danny Bailey
Wednesday, February 17, 2010
This Day in History|1933
First Issue of Newsweek Published
Labels: 1st issue of Newsweek
Born this day in 1963|Air Jordan
Labels: Michael Jordan
Worth CRYING over|kd lang in Sydney
Queen|We Are The Champions (Acapella)
88|kd lang_So In Love (Cole Porter)
Watch where you step!
Step on a crack, break your mama's back!
3D Sidewalk Art
Labels: 3D Sidewalk Art
Tuesday, February 16, 2010
Pet Shop Boys Live!
I love a man in a kilt.
Labels: ewan mcgregor
88|Grace Jones_Do or Die
Jack Robinson, James Bolden (writers)
CNN’S CAMPBELL BROWN: Let me ask you, it's been a month since the earthquake, I mean, first struck. In your mind right now, given what you've seen, what do you think the most pressing concern is?SEAN PENN: The rain. When the rain comes, it's going to be a public health disaster. They could easily be on the scale of the earthquake itself. Disease is spreading already, tuberculosis, typhoid, tetanus, malaria. The place, you know, which already had incredible hygiene problems within the neighborhoods, now with the earthquake, this is a new disaster waiting to happen.
THE MOVIE - SCENE BY SCENE
1. Xanadu (originally performed by Olivia Newton John for Xanadu)
2. If I Can’t Have You (originally performed by Yvonne Elliman for Saturday Night Fever)
3. God Bless The Child (originally performed by Diana Ross for Lady Sings The Blues)
4. Between The Bars (originally performed by Elliot Smith for Good Will Hunting)
5. The Sound Of Silence (originally performed by Simon & Garfunkel for The Graduate)
6. What’s New Pussycat (originally performed by Tom Jones for Whats New Pussycat)
7. The Windmills Of Your Mind (originally performed by Noel Harrison for The Thomas Crown Affair)
8. Take Me With U (originally performed by Prince for Purple Rain)
9. Cat People (Putting Out Fire) (originally performed by David Bowie for Cat People)
10. Many Rivers To Cross (originally performed by Jimmy Cliff for The Harder They Come)
11. Oh, Pretty Woman (originally performed by Roy Orbison, used on Pretty Woman)
12. This One’s From The Heart (originally performed by Tom Waits and Crystal Gayle for One from the Heart)
13. Take My Breath Away (originally performed by Berlin for Top Gun)
Monday, February 15, 2010
Praying for Time
Say what's mine is mine and not yours
I may have too much but I'll take my chances
'Cause God's stopped keeping score
And you cling to the things they sold you
Did you cover your eyes when they told you?
That he can't come back
'Cause he has no children to come back for
Sunday, February 14, 2010
Multi-million selling singer-songwriter SHARLEEN SPITERI releases her brand new album ‘THE MOVIE SONGBOOK’ through Mercury Records on March 1st 2010.The follow up to her top three debut solo album ‘Melody’, ‘The Movie Songbook’ is the ninth studio album Sharleen’s made in an incredible 21 year recording career. A collection of Sharleen’s favourite soundtracks, ‘The Movie Songbook’ stands as her most dynamically diverse album yet, a kaleidoscopic musical journey from pop to country via disco, bossa-nova, folk, rockabilly, jazz and breathtaking balladry. Enlisting 15 time Grammy award-winner Phil Ramone on production (who has produced various Hollywood legends from Marilyn Monroe to Frank Sinatra via Liza Minnelli and Barbra Streisand); ‘The Movie Songbook’ was recorded in just 8 days at the legendary Capital Studios in Hollywood with the help of the finest soundtrack session musicians around.. And the result is a fantastic collection of cinematic show stoppers. Be it the aching croon of ‘God Bless The Child’, the disco rush of ‘Xanadu’, the rockabilly sass of ‘Cat People (Putting Out Fire) or the soul-searching tempest of ‘The Sound Of Silence’, its dozen tracks frame Sharleen’s inimitable voice against bold new scenery. “Making The Movie has taught me that my true voice lies in this area and not to be scared of using it,” she agrees. “In the past I’ve always tended to go into a soul area but this experience has been great in taking me places I’d never normally go. It’s been a valuable lesson in other styles and new ways of working. I feel excited about taking that forward into Texas and wherever it is we go next.’
- If I Can't Have You
- God Bless The Child
- Between The Bars
- The Sound Of Silence
- What's New Pussycat?
- The Windmills Of Your Mind
- Take Me With You
- Cat People (Putting Out Fire)
- Many Rivers To Cross
- O' Pretty Woman
- This One's From The Heart
- Take My Breath Away
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This Day in History|1971
What'd you say?
Labels: Richard Nixon