Since Mike is essentially [sort of, I think] done with Lana, here's some Essential Everyday products to get us refreshed.
The late 70s/early 80s era was a great time for Elvis Krall to collaborate with an assortment of artists, including both offering and receiving songs to and from fellow Brits like Rockpile twin geniuses Dave Edmunds and Nick Lowe. His Girls Talk tune appears on Edmunds’ Repeat When Necessary album and, of course, one of his biggest hits Peace Love & Understanding was written by his steady producer Lowe."Mystery Dance" by Mr. Krall
My favorite haunt after bevving up until 4am in Roslyn Village on Long Island was the GOAT Greek diner on Northern Boulevard’s Miracle Mile. Best night ever was about 12 hours before the Oakland/Philadelphia SB when I ran into the owner of my favorite bar in Port Washington, the next town over. He was a die-hard Iggles fan so he was turning the weekend into a boozefest for himself. To insure he made it to kickoff uninjured he had converted a real Iggles game helmet into a party helmet by removing the face mask and adding two drinking bottles complete with hoses.The fry-up aka the king of breakfast after a night of neknominate.
It's funny how I never really think of the origin of these words, as I've just been using them for as long as I can remember.Spork is a very versatile utensil and a nice portmanteau, possibly the second shortest length of any “bridge” type of words I’ve ever seen, behind only smog and tied with motel.
Do you like walking in the rain and making love at midnight in the dunes on The Cape? If so, meet up with Marloes at O’Malley’s and plan your escape!Marloes Horst slumped back in lackadaisical fashion makes me wanna go read a book whilst sipping authentic-looking piña colada.
"Hearts of Darkness: A Filmmaker's Apocalypse" (1991) is a fascinating documentary about the making of the film, co-directed by his wife Eleanor Coppola.Apocalypse Now was a most appropriate description of the production of the classic film. Typhoons, civil war in the Phillipines where it was shot, out of control partying by both cast and crew, a protagonist suffering a heart attack, another who contracted hookworm that ruined his health, an iconic actor who showed up seriously overweight and not familiar with the script, over budget spending, a production designer who insisted real dead bodies were needed to be hanging from jungle trees to be authentic, a director who suffered a nervous breakdown and threatened suicide. There was no smell of victory surrounding this film’s making, particularly if you got too close to coke bingeing Dennis Hopper, who never bathed during filming.
Brando showed up overweight and underprepared for his role, causing rewrites of the script, wardrobe changes and production alterations due to his obesity."Hearts of Darkness: A Filmmaker's Apocalypse" (1991) is a fascinating documentary about the making of the film, co-directed by his wife Eleanor Coppola.