Jeffrey Tambor in an early appearance in Three’s Company. Marvel at his hair (he has more, still not all). Savour as they all enjoy mocking mental health issues!
Wonderful clip from The Larry Sanders Show where Hank Kingsley is trying to raise himself up off the sidekick’s couch and show off his talents. I was minded of this by the theme tune to new BBC schedule filler reality show Tumble, which I think might be even worse than Hank’s version.
Atomic Dog, from 1982 is an absolute granddaddy of a track by George Clinton, responsible for so many samples(seriously, go look for yourself, it’s a hell of a list), and perhaps his definitive solo track. High squealing keyboards lead to a low, dirtiest of dirty funky basslines and a wonderfully surreal set of lyrics growled […]
Aretha Franklin performs Rock Steady live on Soul Train in 1973, episode 55. Now this is a serious sampletastic record, used heavily in late 80s hip-hop for its vocal breakdown. Here’s just one example, the incenduary Mi Uzi Weighs a Ton by Public Enemy: That’s where I think I first encountered it. The song itself […]
I love an old Soul Train clip, and this is a corker, Love and Happiness by Al Green performed live. This is made by the start: Eyebrow raise, footstomp, go. Only found out the other day that Billy Preston (of “Get Back” by him and The Beatles fame, amongst many other things) played keyboards on […]
Third World – Now that we found love 1978 Cracking bit of late 1970s reggae.
Clay Regazzoni – Ferrari – Montjuïc Circuit, Spanish Grand Prix – 1971 pic.twitter.com/QrebHkFm77 — Classic Formula 1 (@ClassicFormula1) May 11, 2014
Funkadelic playing live, bringing down the spaceship. Just listen to that bassline. It’s huge, loud, distorted and so very very funky. Like it’s being played by a 5,000 foot high robot made of bass notes, echo and funk. Perfect.
I love me a domino record attempt, and this has a fantastic selection of set pieces along the way too.
Wonderful debunking by Randi.