And also this second article from today’s paper.
A real loss of a great guy and fantastic guitarist. Dr Feelgood were just unbeatable in the Wilko/Lee Brilleaux days.
I’ve always loved this particular live clip of the Feelgoods playing in a small town square in France to a bemused audience of locals. The band do not care - they just do their thing
This is also a great TV piece (the on screen text was added many years later)
And this is even better.
I’ll stop now - there’s too many clips. Search on Youtube and indulge yourselves.
Oh - and try to find
Oil City Confidential, if you can.
Another innovator behind the scenes who set us on the path to today…
(PS IBM 360s are mentioned. That was the first computer I ever typed something into as a user.)
Fuck…so young. I remember her from The Electric Company.
Whether involved or not, fuck cancer for good measure
Came here to say this also.
Aw! The Sword and the Sorcerer is a long time favorite!
Albert Pyun, a genre filmmaker whose sweeping body of work includes cult favorites such as “Cyborg,” “The Sword and the Sorcerer,” “Nemesis” and the 1989 “…
Never seen it but it keeps coming up in my Watchlists. Is it the good kind of trashy?
Absolutely! It is trash of the highest order and has a scene where the party argues about whose fault it is they are in prison that could have come out of my RPG campaign.
another scene… the scene…which I will not spoil
That’s my Sunday after-dinner movie sorted then, thanks
But in a fun, stupid 80s way, so that’s OK, and I also learned over a dozen synonyms for Wench; I’m not so sure about that…
My friend and I saw
Cyborg in the theater. By the time the final battle was occurring onscreen, we were just having a great old time impersonating Fender and roaring at each other in an otherwise empty theater.
I can see the appeal, all you need to re-enact
Akira is two people to alternatively shout “Tetsuo!” and “Kaneda!” at each other.
His death was announced on Monday in a statement from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV), where he had been working as an associate professor at the College of Fine Arts.
What a good guy, passing his extraordinary talent along like that.
What a wonderful tribute to a very full life! RIP, Mrs. Hardaway…
and fuck cancer.