A Fascination With The The Doors Jul03

A Fascination With The The Doors

A Fascination With The The Doors Jon Jordan Jim Morrison died on this day in 1971, 44 years ago. People are still obsessed with him I’m a fan of the music of the doors, I think some of the things they did were beyond innovative and are still influencing music. Jim Morrison’s voice was so rich and powerful, Ray Manzarek filled the background with huge sounds, Robby Krieger’s guitar work was amazing and John Densmore drums drove almost everything they played. I also love how much of their music f really bluesy. I find myself getting lost in the music to this day. I don’t worship this band, I’m just a fan of them as musicians and love to hear...

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For the 4th of July we’re running a special offer, subscribe or renew before the 14th and get an extra issue of the magazine, 7 instead of 6. YOU CAN SUBSCRIBE HERE Also you will be entertained in a drawing for a box of books, at least five, more if we can fit more in the box. Have a great...

From Dusk To Dawn Season One Reviewed

FROM DUSK TO DAWN Season One E One/ El Rey I loved the original movie of Dusk To Dawn. I went to the theater expecting a crime movie, Tarintino and Rodriguez together? Hell Yes I’m in. What I saw blew me away as the last third of the movie was far from what I was expecting. I loved it but the buddy of mine I went with was not happy.   Know how the movie turns into a horror film I was pretty sure I knew what to expect from a TV show that essentially retells the story from the movie but I was wrong. They really expanded everything for the 10 episodes and there was nothing that didn’t add to it. Seth and Ritchie Gecko are a couple of bad...

Grantchester DVD Review

GRANTCHESTER Season 1 PBS Masterpiece Theater’s MYSTERY! Has over the years turned out an awful lot of wonderful programming. Grantchester is one of the latest and the first season is now out on DVD. Based on a series of books by James Runcie (which are great reading) this is a traditional mystery in the British tradition which means little or no violence shown and emphasis on characters. It’s 1953 and Sidney Chambers (James Norton) is a WWII vet who is now a vicar in a small town near Cambridge. He likes jazz and enjoys his work but when a parishioner comes to him with secrets about a death he can’t help but get involved. He ends up...

BLOODY ROYAL PRINTS by Reba White Williams Reviewe...

BLOODY ROYAL PRINTS Reba White Williams 2015 Tyrus Books If you’ve ever been book shopping you know that while looking across shelves or piles of books there are different things that make a book jump out for you. While looking through our stacks for what to review next I stopped at BLOODY ROYAL PRINTS. What a cool title is what I was thinking as I pulled it out. Then I looked at the cover and was more intrigued. After reading the jacket flap I was hooked. Dinah Greene has taken a fellowship at the Art Museum of Great Britain, what should be a dream job. She didn’t count on her husband being so busy and she finds herself looking to make...