Comments by jfclams
I can't think of any other group that best personifies the term "jam band" than this motley crew out of Wales, whose hypnotic repetitions rendered the Dead's country-tinged scene quaint, and even Hawkwind's supposedly future-seeing two-chord space vamps look rather contrived.
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"Same Song" remains ridiculously Infectious to this day. Too bad the group tied it and this EP to such a clunker of a movie (Dan Aykroyd's flop "Nothing But Trouble").
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Wow you are bringing back some shows from a black hole somewhere! This had cult favorite written all over it
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One of my best friends LOVED Roc! I never understood the fascination....
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I'm not much of a gamer but when I had my PSVita this was my go-to game. So fun and entertaining. The only time I lost hours to a game. Eventually I figured out how to load some of my music so I had Al Kooper albums streaming in the background while trying to take out Handsome Jack....
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I loved this movie! Thanks for posting it.
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Rudy Kurniwan! This dude was on American Greed!
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I think the sole purpose of this movie was making Donna Summer's "Last Dance" into a mega hit. The soundtrack was a disco who's who.
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I don't hold out high hopes for this remake. The original QL is a hard act to follow.
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The Curse of Molly Hatchet: 11 out of approximately 20 band members have deceased. Every member of the original lineup has died. Source: https://jitneybooks.com/molly-hatchet/
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CD, LP, and cassette of this one all have moderately different track listings. This is the LP version. The cassette version is the one that needs to be re-released again.
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The following episodes were considered but missed the cut: The House The Flip-Side of Satan The Diary Camera Obscura The Messiah on Mott Street The Miracle at Camafeo You Can't Get Help Like That Anymore Little Girl Lost Girl With The Hungry Eyes Something In the Woodwork Death on a Barge
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I discovered Thompson back in the mid-90's. Happened upon a first edition paperback of Great Shark Hunt in a used store and was HOOKED. Now I have too many books to count.
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I looked this up and this was based on the original American verison which aired late 60's-early 70's timeframe. The version Stateside audiences are more familiar with (hosted by Jim Perry and Summer Bartholomew) was based on the Australian version as Reg Grundy acquired the rights to the show in 1980.
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Shares a common thread with the episode "Tim Riley's Bar" since both main characters' favorite song is "For He's A Jolly Good Fellow".
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This was the Night Gallery syndicated version. The original version was an hour and titled "And Scream By the Light of the Moon, the Moon".
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According to a number of sources read including this very informative article (https://www.flapperpress.com/post/half-of-a-sixth-the-sixth-sense-the-night-gallery-syndication-package), The Sixth Sense originally aired as a 60-minute show, but was significantly altered for syndication. Episodes were edited down to a half-hour and recut with Rod Serling Night Gallery intros as both shows were part of the Night Gallery syndication package.
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This is the movie with the talking boil! I saw it a long time ago and it was one of those WTF moments that will never pass from my memory. Now I need to relocate and watch again. Thx for posting!
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*The below section taken from http://www.tvobscurities.com/articles/theyoungrebels/ Hilary Thompson, in Tom Lisanti’s "Drive-In Dream Girls: A Galaxy of B-Movie Starlets of the Sixties", discussed the quick demise of the series: "This was an interesting failure. We filmed right next door to The Partridge Family, which started the same year. Both shows were aimed at the teenage audience. Somehow that show connected and we didn’t. If I were guessing why, I’d say it was because of the actors. I believe that the television audience watches a particular show because they want to spend time with the people. They just didn’t catch on to us particularly–not that I took it as a personal affront. It was the show’s whole chemistry. But I could be wrong. Maybe it was the whole Revolutionary War setting. The audience went, 'huh?' "
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Would this be related to the song of the same title from the Great Rock and Roll Swindle?
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