Simon and Garfunkel
The death of Mike Nichols at the age of 83 has sparked a lot of tributes and memories, both of the man and of the films he directed, from Biloxi Blues to The Birdcage.
The exhibit coincides with the 50th anniversary of Simon’s career.
As the GRAMMYs approach, we talked to some serious detractors of the awards: Stone Sour. If you think the Recording Academy gets it wrong far too often, these guys are with you. But a funny […]
It’s time that you became familiar with the names of Tommy Tedesco, Don Randi, Carol Kaye, Hal Blaine, Earl Palmer, Plas Johnson, Glen Campbell (before he became a singer), Al Casey, and many others by […]
Let’s take a look at this week’s albums, reissues and other musical goodies from classic artists making musical waves yet again.
Tuesday evening at the screening for The Wrecking Crew Movie at Skye in Peoria, Arizona, a sold out crowd became familiar with the names of Tommy Tedesco, Don Randi, Carol Kaye, Hal Blaine, Earl Palmer, […]
Mrs. Robinson was, of course, the iconic Anne Bancroft character in Mike Nichols’ 1968 film, The Graduate. It was Nichols’ original idea to have [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Simon and Garfunkel[/lastfm] compose the complete soundtrack to the film. […]
“So Beautiful or So What” is the name of it and it’s streaming at Stream.SoBeautifulOrSoWhat.com.
“And the sign said, “The words of the prophets are written on the subway walls And tenement halls.” – “The Sounds Of Silence” by [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Simon and Garfunkel[/lastfm] I grew up watching New York City […]
Backstory – Top 5 @ 5 – 6/14/10 He was quite the young thinking man when he wrote it. So what was he REALLY trying to say?