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Wednesday, September 26, 2012
Invasion of the Body Snatchers is a 1956 American science fiction film directed by Don Siegel and starring Kevin McCarthy and Dana Wynter.
The story depicts an extraterrestrial invasion in a small California town. The invaders replace human beings with duplicates that appear identical on the surface but are devoid of any emotion or individuality. A local doctor uncovers what is happening and tries to stop them.
Directed by: Don Siegel
Starring: Kevin McCarthy, Dana Wynter
Distributed by : Allied Artists Pictures Corporation
Sunday, September 23, 2012
- Chesney Henry "Chet" Baker, Jr. was an American jazz trumpeter, flugelhornist and singer.
- Arranged By – Don Sebesky
- Drums – Jack DeJohnette, Steve Gadd
- Bass – Ron Carter
- Electric Piano – Bob James
- Vibraphone – Dave Friedman
- Clarinet – Romeo Penque
- Flute – George Marge, Hubert Laws
- Alto Saxophone – Paul Desmond
- Trumpet, Vocals – Chet Baker
- Arranged By – Don Sebesky
- Recorded By, Engineer – Rudy Van Gelder
- Produced by Creed Taylor
- Cover - Pete Turner
- Recorded at Van Gelder Studios in July, October, November 1974
- 1. Autumn Leaves (J.Kosma /J.Mercer) - 7:05
- 2. She Was Too Good To Me (Rodgers / Hart) - 4:39
- 3. Funk in Deep Freeze (Hank Mobley) - 6:06
- 4. Tangerine (J.Mercer /V.Schertzinger) - 5:29
- 5. With a Song In My Heart (Rodgers / Hart) - 4:03
- 6. What'll I Do (Irving Berlin) - 4:00
- 7. It's You or No One ( S. Cahn / J. Styne) - 4:28
Monday, August 20, 2012
B. B. & Q. Band (which stands for the Brooklyn, Bronx and Queens Band), was a Disco Funk Band created in 1981 and disbanded in 1986.
Drums – Bernard Davis, Yogi Horton
Bass – Davide Romani, Tony Bridges
Guitar – Chieli Minucci, Ed Moore, Mike Campbell
Keyboards – Jeff Bova, Kae Williams, Steve Skinner, Mauro Malavasi
Percussion – Jimmy Maelen
Saxophone – David Tofani
Trombone – Dave Bargeron
Trumpet – John Faddis*, Marvin Stam
Backing Vocals – Alyson Williams, Benny Diggs, Bobby Douglass, Brenda White, Dennis Collins, Eric McClinton, Fonzi Thornton, Gordon Grody, Johnny Kemp, Leroy Burgess, Tawatha Agee, Zack Sanders.
Arranged By, Conductor - Mauro Malavasi
Producer, Conductor, Executive Producer – Jacques Fred Petrus
Mixed at Media Studios and Power Station, New York, NY.
1. All Night Long (Kevin Robinson) – 5:55
2. Imagination (Kae Williams) – 6:00
3. The Things We Do In Love (Kevin Robinson) – 4:58
4. Desire (Kevin Robinson, Timmy Allen) – 4:20
5. Hanging out (Johnny Kemp, Jr.*, Mauro Malavasi, Tony Bridges) – 5:10
6. Hard to Get Around (Johnny Kemp, Jr.*, Massimo Trevisi, Mauro Malavasi) – 5:15
7. (You Could Never Say) It's Over (Johnny Kemp, Jr., Mauro Malavasi) – 4:05
8. Children of the Night (Johnny Kemp, Jr., Mauro Malavasi) – 5:54
Saturday, June 9, 2012
Blow-Up, is a 1966 film directed by Michelangelo Antonioni about a photographer, played by David Hemmings, who believes he may have witnessed a murder and unwittingly taken photographs of the killing.
Directed by: Michelangelo Antonioni
Starring: David Hemmings, Vanessa Redgrave, Sarah Miles
Distributed by: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Saturday, January 28, 2012
Thursday, December 29, 2011
Art Garfunkel is an American singer-songwriter, poet, and actor, best known as being a member of the folk duo Simon & Garfunkel.
Breakaway is his second solo album released in 1975 on Columbia Records.
Drums: Russ Kunkel, Jim Gordon, Jim Keltner, Rick Schlosser, Denny Seiwell, Roger Hawkins, John Guerin, Andrew Gold.
Bass: Joe Osborn, Reinie Press, Lee Sklar, Klaus Voorman, David Hood, Max Bennett.
Guitar: Andrew Gold, Louie Shelton, Pete Carr, Paul Simon, Stephen Bishop, Lon Van Eaton
Keyboards: Larry Knechtel, Andrew Gold, Bill Payne, Barry Beckett, Bruce Johnston, John Jarvis
Percussions: Ralph MacDonald, Joe Clayton
Background vocals: Paul Simon, Stephen Bishop, John Jarvis, Graham Nash, Toni Tennille, David Crosby, Jon Joyce, Bruce Johnston
Producers: Richard Perry, Art Garfunkel
Engineer: Brooks Arthur
String and Horn Arrangements: Del Newman, Richard Hewson.
1. I Believe (When I Fall In Love It Will Be Forever) (Stevie Wonder, Yvonne Wright) – 3:47
2. Rag Doll (Steve Eaton) – 3:03
3. Break Away (Benny Gallagher, Graham Lyle) – 3:31
4. Disney Girls (Bruce Johnston) – 4:32
5. Waters of March (Aguas de Março) (Antonio Carlos Jobim) – 3:34
6. My Little Town (Paul Simon) – 3:51
7. I Only Have Eyes For You (Al Dubin, Harry Warren) – 3:36
8. Looking For The Right One (Stephen Bishop) – 3:20
9. 99 Miles From L.A. (Albert Hammond, Hal David) – 3:29
10. The Same Old Tears On A New Background (Stephen Bishop) – 3:42
Friday, December 23, 2011
Directed by: Charles Laughton
Starring: Robert Mitchum, Shelley Winters
Distributed by: United Artists
Muscle Beach Party is a 1964 beach party film about Local beach-goers who find that their beach has been taken over by a businessman training a stable of body builders.
Directed by: William Asher
Starring: Frankie Avalon, Annette Funicello
Distributed by: American International Pictures
Sunday, June 19, 2011
Joe Jackson is an English musician and singer-songwriter. Night and Day is his fifth album, released in June 1982 for A&M Records.
Joe Jackson – Organ, synthesizer, harmonica, piano, hammond organ, electric piano, alto saxophone, vocals, vibraphone, Rhodes piano
Sue Hadjopoulos – Flute, percussion, bongos, conga, timbales, vocals, xylophone, bells, orchestral bells
Graham Maby – Bass, percussion, vocals
Grace Millan – Vocals, background vocals
Ed Roynesdal – Violin, keyboards
Larry Tolfree – Percussion, drums, timbales
Ricardo Torres – Percussion, claves, bongos, cowbell
Al Weisman – Vocals, background vocals
Produced by Joe Jackson.
Recorded in NYC.
All songs were written by Joe Jackson, except where noted.
1. Another World - 3:53
2. Chinatown - 4:07
3. T.V Age (Jackson, Steve Tatler) - 3:47
4. Target - 3:48
5. Steppin' Out - 4:23
6. Breaking Us in Two - 4:53
7. Cancer - 5:58
8. Real Men - 4:04
9. A Slow Song - 7:01
Original Billboard page (1982)
Super Fly is a 1972 film about a black cocaine dealer called Priest who is trying to quit the underworld drug business.
Directed by: Gordon Parks, Jr.
Starring: Ron O'Neal, Sheila Frazier, Julius Harris, Charles McGregor
Distributed by: Warner Bros.
Spring Break is a 1983 comedy film about two sets of two college guys spending a spring break together in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. There they have lots of fun in and out of the sun.
Directed by: Sean S. Cunningham
Starring: David Knell, Steve Bassett, Perry Lang
Distributed by: Columbia Pictures