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E.O.F. Snapshot of the Day {October 24, 2012}

{Julie London –  Vintage Halloween Pin-up}
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E.O.F. Snapshot of the Day {August 27, 2012}

{Jack Nicholson, Candice Bergen & Art Garfunkel on the set of Carnal Knowledge, in Vancouver, BC, Canada.  Circa.  1970}

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E.O.F. Snapshot of the Day {July 20, 2012}

{Only 102 Days left until Halloween!}


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Music Minute: Screaming Lord Sutch and the Savages – “Jack the Ripper” (1963)

Originating in the early 60s, Screaming Lord Sutch and the Savages are a British Rock group known for a rotating roster of great musicians who have a penchant for horror themed and zany humoured anthems.  Believed to be the forerunners for irreverent punk bands such as the  The Sex Pistols.  Rocking out with humour also sparked fellow brits, The Pythons, a surrealist comedy group, to roll ahead with Monty Python’s Flying Circus Fronted by David Sutch, the group would Feature the likes of Jimmy PageJeff Beck, and Keith Moon along with so many more great studio musicians, Screaming Lord Sutch and the Savages has virtually been refreshed every year of the last few decades since their inception.

We found a killer’s anthem in Jack the Ripper.  We bring to you this boarder-line spoofed spin on early 60s psychedelia.  Hope you get as much of a kick as we did, because on a hot summer monday afternoon, what better message can be said other than “Happy Halloween!”

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Music Minute: Jack White & Wanda Jackson – Black Cab Sessions

The Black Cab Sessions is a series of one-song performances by musicians and poets recorded in the back of a black cab and filmed for an internet audience. A ‘blackcab’ is a taxicab that’s common to Britain.  These sessions are always good, but this one is particularly great!

The motto of the Black Cab Sessions is “one song, one take, one cab.” 

We find Jack White to be quite the revolutionist when it comes to his musical styling. And we adore him because helped reintroduce some of the greatest artists to a fad stricken America. We want to take a minute to show you all this ‘Black Cab’ Jam-sesh with iconic Wanda Jackson.

We get a glimpse on some of Wanda’s reflections on her music, her life, and some insight about the King himself; Elvis!  Oh, and if that wasn’t enough to get a person interested, the cab driver during this session is John C Reilly.

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E.O.F. Snapshot of the Day [May 14/2012]

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