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Lardlad95
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"Suggest a lesser known work by a well known artist"
Sat Apr-11-15 12:44 PM by Lardlad95

  

          

Author, Musician, Painter...I don't care about the medium, just put someone on to something that most people don't check for.

Right now...I really wish I could find my copy of Tortilla Flat by John Steinbeck.

It isn't a perfectly crafted work, but right now I'm looking at the spring sun stream through the window while I drink rhine wine with strawberries and I can almost see the Paisanos holding court in Monterey, California

I kinda want someone to post up some music that fits the scene. Right now I'm leaning towards City, Country, City by WAR: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NiVrD98G750

  

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Subject Author Message Date ID
The Trouble with Harry - directed by Alfred Hitchcock (1955)
Apr 11th 2015
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Album: Passion Play / Artist: Teena Marie
Apr 11th 2015
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2 post-timbaland ginuwine songs that i love
Apr 11th 2015
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paul mccartney - wild life
Apr 11th 2015
4
Another Steinbeck: In Dubious Battle.
Apr 11th 2015
5
Get Up With It - Miles Davis
Apr 11th 2015
6
Roy Lichtenstein: Landscapes in the Chinese Style
Apr 12th 2015
7
Poor Riteous Teachers- New World Order
Apr 12th 2015
8
Tea leaf dancers / fly lo
Apr 12th 2015
9

c71
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Sat Apr-11-15 04:38 PM

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1. "The Trouble with Harry - directed by Alfred Hitchcock (1955)"
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Shirley MacLaine's first film - she's real good in it.

Very low-key but it just creates a strange feeling in a Black Comedy way.

  

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Selassie I God
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Sat Apr-11-15 09:29 PM

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2. "Album: Passion Play / Artist: Teena Marie"
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...and not solely because I worked on it...lol.

A few nice tunes on it, definitely worth a listen.

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SHAstayhighalways
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Sat Apr-11-15 09:51 PM

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3. "2 post-timbaland ginuwine songs that i love"
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want u to be: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FZEhA_Hx5-4

frozen: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lJaLZbdNCLk

www.royallegacy.org

For Real (Official Video):
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hBRoCPO8esE

  

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double negative
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Sat Apr-11-15 10:15 PM

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4. "paul mccartney - wild life"
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PVBmogGl5xc

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https://soundcloud.com/swageyph/yph-die-with-me

  

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mrhood75
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Sat Apr-11-15 11:35 PM

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5. "Another Steinbeck: In Dubious Battle."
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Elmore Leonard - Pagan Babies

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Checkin' Our Style, Return To Zero:

https://www.mixcloud.com/returntozero/

  

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Errol Walton Barrow
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Sat Apr-11-15 11:48 PM

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6. "Get Up With It - Miles Davis"
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The last album of Miles' electric period before he went on hiatus for the rest of the seventies. It's a hodge podge of stuff from different periods from 70-74 and in the process acts like an overview of that era. The opener "He Loved Him madly" is so subtle it could send you to sleep the first time you listen to it, but if you really let it play and you in a certain mood, its like watching a slow sunset, or a lover turn in their sleep. Every slight change has its drama with it.

oh the other hand, "rated X" is raucous and I don't know why no one has sampled it yet. Its a real underated album, mostly because its a messy double album.

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magilla vanilla
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7. "Roy Lichtenstein: Landscapes in the Chinese Style"
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http://www.artic.edu/aic/collections/exhibitions/Lichtenstein/themes/Landscapes-Chinese

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8. "Poor Riteous Teachers- New World Order"
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Sun Apr-12-15 10:45 AM by makaveli

  

          

Very good album.

Edit: I am just realizing this might not really fit the topic. Still though, good album.

“So back we go to these questions — friendship, character… ethics.”

  

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lfresh
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9. "Tea leaf dancers / fly lo"
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Fixed/ NIN
Orlando Virginia Woolf
Eyes of the Dragon Stephen King
Cat and the Devil James Joyce
Self portrait in velvet kahlo
Destino Dali/Disney



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