Oh, Lonesome Me
One of our favorite country cuties on Ozark Jubilee. She's singing my favorite Don Gibson tune, of course!
Please check out my "Oh Lonesome Me" playlist. I think you will enjoy it!
(1958) A classic from the Sad Poet of Country Music
One of my favorite Don Gibson tunes.
I couldn't resist this gem from The Muppet Show. The First Lady of Country Music and some fuzzy hounddogs perform a Don Gibson classic.
November 10, 2008
November 9, 2008
February 21, 1972.
Huston speaks lovingly of working with Humphrey Bogart, saying that "he was the first choice for all the pictures I did with him and is still my first choice in pictures...I only wish he were here to do them today." The irony that Huston heartily puffs away on a giant cigar while eulogizing Bogart and writer James Agee (The African Queen), both of whom died from smoking-related illnesses is hard to miss.
"People who know him, or who have drunk with him, or who have worked with him, say that he's about the best company you can get, if you can stand the pace."
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What can I say?
Oh well- yes I can.
Last year we walked in late to their opening set at that Horton Heat show. We vowed then & there that we'd see 'em again.
Parade magazine will never feature them. Wayne Cochran is your mother compared to them. Wait, Stiv Bators is your mother compared to them.
They will never be lying on their death beds asking themselves "What was that all about?"
Their show is a full-on 100% Screaming Mimi (or screaming Meemie) assault on the very existence of rock n' roll. If they worked in a grocery store, You'd be greeted at the door, every item would be exactly where it belonged with the right prices, the floors would be immaculate and the produce fresh, and you would zoom through checkout. That's how hard they work. Like hard workin' bastards, who are forestalling their executions by playing for the Governor.
The staging is flawless: they look at each other, and blast! things happen right on cue. The drama don't stop. It's intuitive but looks well thought out.
The last song, Ruyter tore the strings off her guitar - when I asked Blaine how she manages to do that, he replied, "Hey she's got great chops."
Phonecam doesn't do it justice, obviously, & I lost 2 closeups while talking to band members (forgot to hit save) so I have adulterated, to give an impression. Maybe successful.
Special show treat: Blaine sings Ace of Spades with Reverend Horton Heat