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Monthly Archives: February 2012
Bobby Byrd third from the left.
James Brown, Bobby Byrd (of The Famous Flames) and a young Bootsy Collins perform Soul Power and Get Involved live on Italian TV Show “Teatro 10”. April 24th, 1971.
This is deeply funky.
Little angry Phil Collins heads spotted on Green Point Avenue in NYC.
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This is guaranteed to be the best thing you will see all day or double—no triple—your money back…
In nearly every Toho film that Mothra has appeared in, two tiny little girl fairies, immortal beings called the Shōbijin, appe… Continue reading
Sad to hear that Monkee Davy Jones has passed away, as was just posted by TMZ:
An official from the medical examiner’s office for Martin County, Florida confirmed with TMZ they received a call from Martin Memorial Hospital informing them… Continue reading
While looking up a suitable image for last night’s post on disco by Simon Frith, I came across a film called Disco Fever, a disco-exploitation oddity from the same year as the article, 1978.
As a fan of both disco music and cult cinema … Continue reading
San Francisco Bay Area hip-hop media/political activist Davey D recently brought together veteran comedians Dick Gregory and Paul Mooney for an interview on his OLMNews show. The result is a rare treat of an hour with two of the fucking funnies… Continue reading
From now on I wish to be described as a “part-time virus hunter.” I AM!
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Photo of Kenny Scharf by Wendy Wild
During a high school theatre outing to New York in 1981, I managed to sneak away for a while to buy a few punk-rock records in the East Village. Walking down St. Mark’s Place, I saw a guy sporting the most outrag… Continue reading
“Tromba Fredda” (“Cold Trumpet”) is a 1963 short surrealist film directed by Italian film maker Enzo Nasso.
Chet Baker silently wanders through an Antonioniesque landscape in a Felliniesque state of wonderment as his i… Continue reading