Pitch & Rhythm

If there's no quiet, there can be no loud.

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Paul Gilbert
To Be With You

fuckyeahpaulgilbert:

I haven’t posted a Mr. Big song yet either, but I haven’t listened to much of them yet so I’m not fully entitled to express my favorites on this blog, but here is Paul covering a Mr. Big. I like this version a lot better, it moves faster and substitutes an acoustic unplugged session with roaring distortion and a more incredible solo.

Well, that’s different. LOL. Not bad Paul

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universal-remonster:

My husband insists on watching Once Upon A Time, and this show is so syrupy sweet that it makes feel ill. The only reason I’m here is because Captain Hook is a babe, and he wears more leather than Dave Gahan.

Agreed. The show is ridiculous, farcical and blasphemous. The original fairy tales are much more thrilling and surprisingly.. gory. 

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The irony: George Lucas vs the Despecialized Edition

iheartvelma:

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In 1988 George Lucas actually gave a speech before Congress about the importance of cinematic preservation. In the late 1980s, Ted Turner bought studios like MGM and began releasing colorized versions of classic movies. The directors of those movies weren’t happy, and a group of movie…

I need to see that one documentary about the People vs. George Lucas.

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canadianbeerandpostmodernism:

Kate Bush fever has reached new heights as a record eight of her albums entered the UK top 40 yesterday. Bush kicked off her epic 22 night come-back show in London last week, causing the internet to combust as reviews all over were gleaming.

After over 30 years of keeping quiet the iconic singer returned to the stage, wowing an eclectic audience made up of dedicated fans and younger listeners, all completely in awe of Bush. Dubbed the biggest come back of the year, Kate now has a chart record to add to her belt as she becomes the first female artist to have eight of her albums all sitting in the charts at one time.This isn’t the first chart record for Bush, though. She famously became the first female artist to top the singles charts back in 1978 with her chilling hit record, Wuthering Heights.”- BigShout

Welcome back Kate!

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FRESH YARN presents The Pink Gorilla... by Taylor Negron

In 1977, every Tuesday at 7 pm for eight weeks, Lucille Ball was my comedy teacher.

To this day I still remember things she said, or how she reacted to things, but more importantly I remember what she “felt” about things. She was a woman who wore her heart on her sleeve.

Lucy taught us how to play drunk: “Say every word slowly and clearly. Drunks don’t want people to think they are slurring.” She told us, “Everything you see me do on I Love Lucywas practiced and rehearsed for days! Know you props!” Her tone was serious.


Lucille Ball taught me how to be happy, because she was so damned sad.”

An absolute MUST READ.

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"Here’s Lucy" 1968-72 starring Lucille Ball, Lucie Arnaz & Desi Arnaz Jr.

I can’t stomach Gilligan’s or Hogans Heroes so this will do.

It’s strange that some of the digi-nets are picking up shows that did not hit the magic “100” episodes for standard syndication.

Some shows, like ‘Mother in-laws’ aired on Metv for a while. The show was on for 2 seasons. It was easy to see why. It’s terrible.

But still cool they’re taking chances with lesser known shows.

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We must’ve watched ‘Natural Born Killers’ a hundred times when it was released on VHS. (Back when you could head to Blockbuster and rent them)
Pretty unsettling film, but I haven’t seen it in over ten years. Maybe 15. It’s not shown on cable, is it? 
I think some people take issue with it, critically. I know Tarantino wrote the screenplay, but someone else directed it. Thoughts?

We must’ve watched ‘Natural Born Killers’ a hundred times when it was released on VHS. (Back when you could head to Blockbuster and rent them)

Pretty unsettling film, but I haven’t seen it in over ten years. Maybe 15. It’s not shown on cable, is it? 

I think some people take issue with it, critically. I know Tarantino wrote the screenplay, but someone else directed it. Thoughts?

(Source: mospoto, via moviesmusicart)

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