Thirst | Full Trailer + Review

Chan-Wook Park is usually very good with framing the ironic. In Thirst (Bakjwi) however I did not sense the main character's epoch plagues: pain/embarrassment/powerlessness/hatred/distaste/dissatisfaction/suffering. Further, I did not read Park's juxtaposing of Catholicism and the 'undead' as poignant (he is generally very good at these depictions). I am accustomed to Park's films dragging a bit as an effect of the aforementioned as Park generally will take the time to well dress (develop) all of the main character agonies/haunting (torture) yet Thirst drags w/out delving into any of these parameters with zest. Yet the movie is extremely memorable and disturbing yet I am left with, my sense of disturb via Thirst, is not as defined as my past Park experiences and for that I am disappointed.

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Grover Disco | Alphabet Soup

I bought the Sesame Street box sets: 1 & 2 for myself and my son and discovered Disco Grover on the Season 10 Classic Cuts of set 2 on disc 3.

Quotes of the year, "Perhaps, later!" + "Well, are you ready for the key ... girls ... here we go..."

Cancerous (unmitigated) laughter.

A-B-C's ... Boogie with me ...Get up and dance ...

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The Smoking Section | DJ Spinna x Sound Cloud


Smoking Section has been employing Sound Cloud and DJ Spinna has two mixes that have kept me melodic company. I not gonna pick a favorite as the mixes do not compete as they fill separate voids.

DJ-Spinna Tribute-to-the-Q-p1 02 by TheSmokingSection

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Monday Jazz 101: Paul Pre | July

Although Mondayjazz is on vacation until Sep. 28th I do not afford their mixes a holiday.

The first mix I was introduced to was the July mixed by Paul Pre | mp3 (192kbps):


01. Erik L - Never Fall in Love
02. Fatima - Do i know you? feat. Cohen, Cuthead & Dorian Concept
03. Reggie B - Belief
04. CHIEf - AMIGA_500.1.6
05. Sir OJ - Lazy Chase
06. Elaquent - Graffiti High
07. Unknown
08. Harrison Blakoldman - Bionik Love
09. Unknown
10. Flying Lotus - Heat Wave 2
11. Yoggyone - Preparation
12. Stevo - untitled968
13. Hi-res - He'lyin
14. Harmonic 313 - No Way Out
15. Duktus - Love Dat
16. Griffi - Belleza Interior
17. fLako - Free Radicals
18. Samiyam - Blam
19. Super Smoky Soul - Geek Beat
20. Karriem Riggins - 12's In 8
21. Dorian Concept - The Marshmellow Secret
22. Afta-1 - Tiden Flyver remix
23. Pursuit Grooves - Spaces like this
24. Flying Lotus - Gumdrop
25. fLako - Untitled2
26. B. Bravo - Computa Love
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    Nicolay's Nautilus

    Nicolay: Nautilus (320 kbps)
    (Written by Bob James (Arrangement/Instruments/Programming by Nicolay)
    December 2006

    In July of 2006, Nicolay was approached by people representing world renowned jazz keyboardist Bob James. They were working on putting together a project, to be called 'Sampling Bob James: The Nautilus Project', on which several DJ's and producers would present their take on one of the most sampled tracks in hip-hop history, 'Nautilus', from Bob James' 1974 album 'One'. To Nicolay's delight, he was invited to be one of the contributors, but instead of sampling the original, Nicolay chose to 'cover' it and re-create the track from scratch.

    They really liked Nicolay version of 'Nautilus', but the project has remained unreleased. Nicolay's version did end up online, by way of a viral video. Ever since, people have been asking Nicolay for a high quality version, so...

    I like Nicolay as a producer; however, here his rendition is too tamed. The void of improv and/or spontaneity makes for a too machinist interpolation. Nevertheless, thanks Nicolay for the alternative/addition.

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    Buddy Montgomery I Jazz Pianist + Vibraphonist, Dies at 79


    Buddy Montgomery: Winding Up
    This Rather Than That (Impulse!, Sep. 10/11, 1969) (AS-9192)

    Per NTY: Buddy Montgomery, a jazz pianist and vibraphonist best known for his work with the guitarist Wes Montgomery, his older brother, died on May 14 at his home in Palmdale, Calif. He was 79.

    The cause was a heart attack, said his granddaughter Mykah Montgomery.

    *I first read about Buddy Montgomery passing on Twitter

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    Dam-Funk & Benji B Deviation l London Re-up



    Dam-Funk Re-up

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    Public Enemy: Bring The Noise f/ The Roots I Jimmy Fallon

    Talk about capture a moment/movement...

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    Easy Mo Bee On Making “Ready To Die”


    “Originally it had a sample from The Young Rascals but we couldn’t clear it…”

    Listen to the remainder here

    Again, as spotted on FWMJ's Rappers I Know

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    J Dilla x Bill Cosby = Fat Albert in the Hood

    "He fitna hafta die!"

    As spotted on FWMJ's Rappers I Know

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    The Birth Control Edition

    Gordon Gartrell Radio

    Episode 9
    [89:14m]: Download

    In this week’s edition, Phonte discusses the trials and tribulations of parenthood and explains why you really don’t wanna know how many sexual partners your s/o has had.

    Intriguing as having children encourages a perspective that you cannot earn otherwise.

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    The Best of Video Bushisms

    +How To Prosecute a Shoe-Thrower: Slate
    +Stampede for 'Bush Shoe' Creates 100 New Jobs: The Guardian Image Hosted by ImageShack.us

    Gaza Children

    Politicalcartoons.comEmad Hajjaj, Al-Ghad Newspaper, Amman, Jordan
    E-mail Emad. Visit E-mad's site.
    Visit an archive of the artist's most recent cartoons in the drop menu at the right. Contact Cagle Cartoons, Inc. for reprints.
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