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Tag Archives: 1970s
And I’m getting a “Where’s Waldo” vibe from this music video as well.
Perfect staging. And it made me think of Logan’s Run:
George Harrison once called Ravi Shankar the godfather of world music. And here is Ravi Shankar in interview with George Harrison: And yes, he’s still playing. Here is Shankar in 2009: . And here’s Shankar on Dick Cavett’s show:
A great song, and the eccentric visuals accompanying it kind of grow on you:
And lyrics: On a morning from a Bogart movie In a country where they turn back time You go strolling through the crowd like Peter Lorre Contemplating a crime She comes out of the sun in a silk dress running … Continue reading
Appearing to have stepped out of a 1970s time machine, Paul Davies gives a stimulating talk on the cosmic mysteries. Intellectual wavy gravy: And Part 2:
And watch for the funky karate snap: From Jackie Brown : “I didn’t know you listened to the Delfonics.” “They’re pretty good.”
. The groovy-guy dancing, horns, and duds put me in mind of this late medieval Italian painting at the Getty Museum in Westwood:
The old movie below (from 1971) is not yet on DVD, but it might be soon. Amazon is asking people if they want notification by email of its DVD release. I remember, as a kid, seeing the movie on late night television, … Continue reading