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I’m With Stupid – November 25, 2016

DUMB PROCLAMATIONS FROM A TURKEY HANGOVER
by Todd Hartley

Todd Hartley-smallThe other day, I was standing in front of a mirror with my shirt off — not deliberately, mind you. It’s not like I took my shirt off to go flex in front of a mirror. I just happened to be stepping out of the shower — and maybe the mirror was fogged up or something, but I actually thought I looked a little less flabby than I usually do.

Buoyed, I stepped on the scale hoping for glad tidings, and boy, was I wrong. Turns out I was near the high end of my range, which is typically from about 205 to 215 pounds, depending on how recently lunch or a good bowel movement has taken place. Read the rest of this entry →

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11 2016

I’m With Stupid – August 16, 2013

ON THE TRAIL OF COLORADO’S CUNNING CRYPTIDS
by Todd Hartley

Todd Hartley-smallThere’s a program on Animal Planet called “Finding Bigfoot” that really ought to be called “Looking for Bigfoot” for reasons that need no explanation. Regardless, Sasquatch has become so famous that he now has his own reality show despite the fact that he actually may not be real.

Likewise, a million people visit Loch Ness each year to see if they can catch a glimpse of Nessie, the aquatic monster that purportedly lurks in its depths. Of course, none of them ever sees anything, but it doesn’t seem to matter. Real or not, Nessie is a bona fide celebrity. Read the rest of this entry →

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08 2013

Daily Listen: Harlem Version Longue

HARLEM VERSION LONGUE by Petite Viking. This is a single I downloaded for free from jamendo.com. It’s a pretty good song, but I think we may have a winner for the band that I can find out the least about. Petite Viking appears to be from Saint Martin d’Hères, France, and if my French is to be believed (trust me, it’s not), I think this “band” might just be one girl named Annabelle.

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03 2011

Daily Listen: Bourée

BOUREE by Jethro Tull. This one is for my friend Chaz, who has decided that contemporary music doesn’t do it for him anymore. When I asked what he liked, he said, “Bach and Beethoven.” Fair enough. If he wants baroque, we can give him baroque. So here’s Jethro Tull’s 1969 cover of a Johann Sebastian Bach song, done in the inimitable manner of Ian Anderson’s flute stylings.

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This is a good alternate-version live video that’s probably from the mid-’70’s: Bourée

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03 2011

Daily Listen: Call For All Demons

CALL FOR ALL DEMONS by The Philadelphia Experiment. This album came to be back in 2001 when Ropeadope Records brought Ahmir Thompson (drums), Christian McBride (bass) and Uri Caine (keyboards) together for a studio jam session. The result is a solid CD of groovy jazz tracks. None of it will really make you stand up and take notice, but the songs are pleasant enough and expertly played.

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03 2011

Daily Listen: Cannonball

CANNONBALL by Supertramp. When you think of Supertramp, it’s probably Roger Hodgson’s falsetto you hear in your head. That’s why most figured the band was doomed when he split in 1983, but the rest of Supertramp was able to soldier on for a couple more albums with Rick Davies handling the vocal chores. This 1985 effort, though, was pretty much their last hurrah before they disbanded in 1988.

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I think this video inspired Geico to use cavemen in their ads: Cannonball

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03 2011

Daily Listen: Pancho and Lefty

PANCHO AND LEFTY by Willie Nelson and Merle Haggard. Nelson and Haggard, two of the titans of country music, had a No. 1 hit in 1983 with this Townes Van Zandt song. There’s a few things I like about this one. First of all, Willie Nelson is flat-out cool. Secondly, Haggard’s first name is Merle, and thirdly, the guy who wrote it is named Townes. Seriously, who names kids Merle and Townes?

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You’d think maybe Willie could afford a new guitar by this point: Pancho and Lefty

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03 2011

Daily Listen: A Day at the Races

A DAY AT THE RACES by Jurassic 5. For the most part, I detest today’s hip-hop. I feel like I haven’t heard a worthwhile rap song in ages, but I did like Jurassic 5. This song, especially, is flat-out dope. Their style was decidedly more old-school than most of their contemporaries, and I’ve even heard that they did great live shows, which is something almost no rappers have been able to pull off.

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This grainy live video should not be watched by epileptics: A Day at the Races

 

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03 2011

Daily Listen: Subway to Venus

SUBWAY TO VENUS by Red Hot Chili Peppers. Mother’s Milk, to me, was the album that put the Chili Peppers on the map. Blood Sugar Sex Magic was a bigger commercial success, but this is a far superior album, manic and funky with none of the lame pop tunes (“Under the Bridge,” “Californication”) that have come to define the band since then. This is just one of about six great songs on the CD.

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Flea is wearing the greatest pants ever in this live clip from 1990: Subway to Venus

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03 2011

Daily Listen: Buffalo

BUFFALO by Hard Proof. I found this one for free on Amazon.com as part of Experience Music: A TuneCore World/Reggae Sampler, but I’m not sure it’s still available. Hard Proof is apparently an afrobeat band out of Austin, Texas. From what little I’ve heard of their stuff, they seem to stay true to the genre’s roots, doing their best to channel the spirit of Fela Kuti. Pretty good stuff.

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Here they are live at a place in Austin called the Ghost Room: Buffalo

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03 2011


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