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Posts tagged: Video
Composer Angelo Badalamenti tells and shows how the theme song to Twin Peaks was created, in this short and funny video.
Some hardworking fan has compiled Native Tongues — “A Cultural History of Black Sitcom Theme Songs.”
Watch Montreal’s Colin Stetson play “Judges,” an incredible performance on the bass sax.
Take five minutes to enjoy this very amusing video.
Twenty years ago, on 29 April 1992, Los Angeles erupted in riots after the acquittal of the cops who beat up Rodney King. Read what King (and others) have to say about it now.
Daniel Clowes talks to The Times about the inner worlds of the cartoonist.
Today is the birthday of O’Shea Jackson, the man also known as Ice Cube. Mr. Cube turns 42 years old today.
So let’s listen to one of my favorite Ice Cube songs:
The Film Society of Lincoln Center’s hour-long interview with Joel and Ethan Coen, the filmmakers who did Fargo, No Country For Old Men and Barton Fink:
Here is another great video from Merriam-Webster’s Ask The Editor feature on YouTube:
Today would have been the birthday of Dusty Springfield, who died in 1999 at the age of 59. The singer’s real name was Mary O’Brien. Here she is singing her biggest hit, “Son of a Preacher Man.”
Check out those groovy hand motions.