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Never knew this about The Power Broker: "readers are required to own it in print, because Mr. Caro, who still uses… https://t.co/JjR7MSvDeqHis name is GEORGE FLOYD. He was murdered by police for allegedly writing a bad check. Her name is Senator KELLY L… https://t.co/zuBrj2ckQ6
Retweeted by S. HoweAges of The Golden Girls cast, 1985: Estelle Getty, 62 Bea Arthur, 63 Betty White, 63 Rue McClanahan, 51 https://t.co/PCRni34XfP @bourgwick @3lobed @williamtylertn @jimmyjacktoth @thesonicyouth @SteveGunnMusic @TheRealYLT @SunRaUniverse I wonde… https://t.co/NUm2yKNjMXcall me a moral relativist but i am pretty sure murdering is worse than looting
Retweeted by S. Howe"I am sick of everyone in this community who tells me to stop creating a panic. How many of us have to die before y… https://t.co/lAJN2eJU2Q
Retweeted by S. HoweOn January 25, 1991, this is how The @nytimes reported that 100,000 Americans had died from AIDS. They didn't bothe… https://t.co/TcZMk7t34o
Retweeted by S. HoweWATCH: Dr. Anthony Fauci remembers the late HIV/AIDS activist Larry Kramer: "He was just an extraordinary man. ...… https://t.co/oTJPKC1YMm
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5/28
2020
I don't think the quartet could be improved on, but the idea of two guitarists playing with this band is head-spinn… https://t.co/7Odqma7zUcRobbie Robertson had recorded with Charles Lloyd in 1965 (see embedded tweet), with underwhelming results. It was i… https://t.co/H4Fun9K7GdSoon, Coryell was comfortable enough with Lloyd & co. to drop acid before a studio session. https://t.co/S3FgsGnEkCSix months later—on September 3, 1965—guitarist Larry Coryell arrived in New York City, and looked up Charles Lloyd… https://t.co/6V1fzRsV5cPete Yellin on Henderson: "He was reading Thomas Mann, you know, all the things that the '60's people were into — a… https://t.co/YdTknw9CVPA month later, La Roca, Swallow, Kuhn and Joe Henderson recorded the great "Basra" album. https://t.co/qwdrs0QRrL @gretared Ah, but not with recording technology!At the time of the Vanguard performance, La Roca and Swallow had just finished recording Art Farmer's "Sing Me Soft… https://t.co/gVwhDACd9cMingus was at the start of a long sabbatical from the studio. Lloyd had recently cut a session with Gábor Szabo (… https://t.co/WYnoDSRHjTMichael Hollingshead: "The first public psychedelic event ever performed was at the Village Vanguard jazz club...on… https://t.co/5SPe5YSX5g @bourgwick You know whose music was impervious to LSD? Maynard Ferguson's. @bourgwick I remember when you were researching that album! Surely there must have been a lot of pre-65 SF jazz rec… https://t.co/1OAwxWxZ2k @JahHills @bourgwick Recorded! @bourgwick Yeah, was just about to say, putting field recordings of chanters aside. https://t.co/5NfpdhQpD3What are the earliest known recordings of music made under the influence of hallucinogens?Twist ending! https://t.co/5OnbhJO2syhttps://t.co/ENKK6F6vgQ
5/26
2020
aka "Theme From 2020" https://t.co/p46wMP4MjkStar Wars wasn't the only thing happening on this day in 1977—that afternoon, Stan Lee watched as Kiss put their bl… https://t.co/pUJJrSbxsUTrio in nightclub, fleeter than birds, Chambers & Kelly & Cobb. https://t.co/ymBnvx4g4bI very briefly met Jimmy Cobb in 2009, and he was very patient with my gushing praise. https://t.co/ljvgRJEqhSAlbert Collins, 1971 https://t.co/fX6mqZo3BeThe Apprentice. https://t.co/a71n8XbL43What is some new music that adults listen to?Front-page Billboard coverage of indie orchestral pop, 1996 https://t.co/k3ZL0YE2Ou
5/25
2020
@RealBeano @Koslofskyspeaks Hi, Mom! for sure. Greetings, for the NYC documentation.TOYLAND, del singular Al Columbia en Diamond 4, edita @floating_world doble tabloide #ComicsArchitecture – Bien apl… https://t.co/b99RPQ2c0d
Retweeted by S. Howe @bourgwick I feel like Blondie Chaplin could jump onstage at any moment. @Gregory_Ego Looks like there was promise from the beginning! Announced at a symposium in St. Louis at the very end… https://t.co/fYOxofJeCNRabbit hole report, 5/23/20: Correspondence between the discoverer of CBD and the U.S. Treasury Dept.—which was su… https://t.co/Bdmll5fXQe
5/24
2020
Excellent, deep history here. https://t.co/2j6UcEUWxbNot great! https://t.co/2etv8kRuJLAnyone know how much of a cut Amazon gets from the used book sales on its site?
5/23
2020
@QueenCityJamz Is that still considered the "standard" Phish logo? Bought this one at the State Theater in Ithaca. https://t.co/ukDy00mHbl @YrOnlyHope Which are you thinking of, in the aged-well category (post-Y2K)? @YrOnlyHope I *used* to feel that way about them, (until circa He Got Game and Ocean's 11), and I wish I still did.… https://t.co/1yhjpDtzhS @tgregcarpenter It's an extraordinary sequence! @likaluca I will try. May need a shot of courage.My Unseen Spike Lee: Get on the Bus Bamboozled She Hate Me Miracle at St. Anna Red Hook Summer Oldboy Da Sweet Blo… https://t.co/NMoyAh6OYi @JahHills @dankois No, I didn't know about those! I'll have to track them down. @tgregcarpenter My favorite part of Orient Express is definitely the credit sequence. @dankois SG meant/means a lot to me—I've bought multiple copies of Impossible Vacation—and I think I just wasn't ready for it. @od_sobolev I remember wanting to see Bubble very much when it came out—not sure how it got away from me!The gaps in my Richard Linkliteracy are: The Newton Boys Bernie Last Flag Flying Where'd You Go, BernadetteThe Soderbergh films I've never seen are: Full Frontal Criminal Bubble Ocean's Thirteen And Everything Is Going Fi… https://t.co/d5mjidxQlT @ArchivesBoy Little Buddha had Ryuichi Sakamoto and Vittorio Storaro and broke my little film-student heart.Herewith the Gordon Willis-shot movies I've never seen: The People Next Door Up the Sandbox September 30, 1955 Com… https://t.co/AJMbmQESPwNow presenting: the Scorsese movies I've never seen. The Age of Innocence Kundun Bringing Out the Dead The Aviator Hugo Silence
5/22
2020
What would you pick as the best run of three consecutive films made by Sidney Lumet? https://t.co/6JBfAC7UCU
5/21
2020
the diary of a potato guardian https://t.co/TXU9tyMblX
Retweeted by S. Howe @bourgwick @annemgarner @KevinFranciotti My copies of both books are, alas, currently in another town. If you still… https://t.co/Dqn4Pc4OM7 @blakejharrisNYC Congratulations, Blake!This is a great story. https://t.co/yjo0NrnFZE
5/20
2020
@tywilc @evankindley Goosebumps listening to this. I can still remember where I stood near the stage, staring slack… https://t.co/9cPqIqj1Sn @markyarm https://t.co/5f6bjjtQK8Jerry Garcia's improv music for Zabriskie Point, "Love Scene": is the exact recording date known? I know it's circa… https://t.co/oNgizwYlEu
5/19
2020
@evankindley @tywilc Thanks everyone for being too polite to point out what I only just now realized—that *tomorrow… https://t.co/ZmoqzamZ4VQuicksilver Times, March 1970 https://t.co/4QWj9wZ5oE @davidlfear Per Netflix, Back to the Future III marks the end of the "classic era" @matthewspecktor Who would be the most likely guest harmonica player at a YLT show? Who is the Amerindie James Cotton? @matthewspecktor The second time I saw them was at Alligator Lounge circa 11/95—were you in LA then? @matthewspecktor JL repeatedly misremembers that I was with him on 9/11. @evankindley @tywilc Happy Anniversary!Ugh the graphic that accompanied that linkTwenty-five years ago today, I saw Yo La Tengo for the first time and my life changed. https://t.co/51D4SqNruE
5/18
2020
@RealBeano @NoirAlley Just occurred to me that both KIMONO and NIGHT HOLDS TERROR are in LOS ANGELES PLAYS ITSELF. @RealBeano the original avatar for this account: https://t.co/pDxh93nZB7Essential listening & reading-alonging https://t.co/huckDwmXL3 @jasonpwoodbury @aquadrunkard Thank you, Jason!This was the laugh I needed, thank you. https://t.co/p3FAHoq89v @caleb_crain Are you watching SCOOB?Andrew Stone's got a pretty nice streak in his filmography, if you're looking for late-cycle noir. https://t.co/rkTOBscNakWell, tonight TCM is showing another movie I had a hard time tracking down: Andrew Stone's THE NIGHT HOLDS TERROR,… https://t.co/dnwnyNaLjMThe other night I was flipping through channels and caught a bit of THE CRIMSON KIMONO on TCM, and remembered how h… https://t.co/xektNjHSC3
5/16
2020
congatulations, @aquadrunkard! https://t.co/Y0LnTqIRJpWisconsin Alumnus, July 1957: Catching up with Gena Rowlands '51 and Uta Hagen '40. https://t.co/5NbRMJPSWi @parabasis I don't think I'll ever get over The Conversation/Godfather II trick. @parabasis needs more horses. @stephenmdedman @JaneEspenson @alex_segura @ChuckWendig I would urge anyone who's read Helter Skelter to also read Tom O'Neill's CHAOS.when you want to win $3,000 by wrestling Bonesaw McGraw without risking your secret identity as a US senator https://t.co/4yFwJSnuBe
Retweeted by S. HoweTHE COMMUNITY CORONATION COVERS PROJECT Day 14 To Whom It May Concern, performed by Bob Pernice @BobPernice, Pern… https://t.co/dyqIrkpSE6
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5/15
2020
It'd be great to hear the mythical ELECTRIC NEBRASKA, but what I really want is the Albini mix of BORN IN THE USAAd for the first of Link Wray's swampy chicken-shack three-track albums, 1971. "There was no bass drum, so someone… https://t.co/ikOnwInJD2
5/14
2020
Tonight, on the 50th anniversary of Tom Forcade's Senate pieing, the excellent FX series MRS. AMERICA will depict… https://t.co/CaU6x3JJba @Gregory_Ego Thanks, Gregory. I'm afraid not—Michael Kennedy was the last person I knew who had contact with him. @tywilc @Longreads Thank you, Tyler!Fifty years ago today: A man walks into a Senate building with a pie. https://t.co/HsgckiUUAdSaw a truly insane movie tonight: WIND ACROSS THE EVERGLADES. https://t.co/UlbpeIW0Os
5/13
2020
A watershed moment in journalism, from the Tombstone Epitaph, October 15, 1900: "The newspaper fellow ought to str… https://t.co/XzkrYH7n7R
5/12
2020
This is my kind of clickbait headline: https://t.co/a00V1Bcjhj @emilynussbaum @Rumaan @EmilyGould I bet I'd like "Free Man in Paris" more if I didn't know it was about David Geffen.
5/11
2020

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