Season 01, Episode 10 – “What is Reading”
Forky asks the Peas-in-a-Pod about reading and Mr. Spell offers his help as well.
Season 01, Episode 10 – “Cosmetics”
Jeff Goldblum faces the truth about COSMETICS and discovers that it is a vehicle for both embracing who you are or becoming someone else entirely. From taking a crash course on all things cosmetic and learning the spiritual meaning behind Native American face designs to getting groovy at a drag-queen show, Jeff gets to the root of why the world is crazy for COSMETICS.
Joseph Satriani (born July 15, 1956) is an American musician, composer, songwriter, and guitar teacher. Early in his career, Satriani worked as a guitar instructor, with many of his former students achieving fame, such as Steve Vai, Larry LaLonde, Rick Hunolt, Kirk Hammett, Andy Timmons, Charlie Hunter, Kevin Cadogan, and Alex Skolnick; he then went on to have a successful solo music career. He is a 15-time Grammy Award nominee and has sold over 10 million albums, making him the best-selling instrumental rock guitarist of all time.
Crucially, Rare is more about self-love than anything—or anyone—else. Marked by playful, exuberant production and thoughtful assists from 6LACK and Kid Cudi, it feels confident, optimistic, and free—as if Gomez is seeing the world with fresh eyes. She may be, but the album’s power is rooted in how far she’s come. Listen to songs like “Let Me Get Me” and “Cut You Off” and find an artist who is older, wiser, stronger, and all grown up.
Blessed or Damned pretty much picks up where Watson’s 1995 debut, Cheatin’ Heart Attack, left off. He pines for “A Real Country Song” on modern radio, sings praises for his adopted state on “That’s What I Like About Texas” (a good-natured duet with Johnny “Whiskey River” Bush), and wonders at the fate of his chosen musical genre on the moving title track. Watson may have no surprise ace in the hole on Blessed or Damned, but it’s nonetheless a solid hand of fresh, invigorating material.
Dale Watson’s third album, I Hate These Songs, is a little tamer than Blessed or Damned or Cheatin’ Heart Attack, but it remains a solid collection of neo-honky tonk. Watson writes sturdy, memorable songs in the tradition of Merle Haggard and Waylon Jennings, and he delivers them with conviction and humor that compensate for his resistance to move the form forward.
Naked News is the only fully nude news program of its kind in the world that is real news, breaking news from around the world, sports, entertainment and infotainment programs delivered by a roster of completely naked, attractive and intelligent women. But nude news, nude weather, nude sports and nude entertainment is not all we are about. We have nude amateur auditions, nude celebrity models and our famous Naked in the Street interviews. Nude women reporting all the nude news you need to know to be informed and entertained at the same time. Very simply, Naked News is unique, there is nothing like us anywhere.
The Nice was the precursor to one of progs most influential bands – Emerson, Lake & Palmer. This band began their career at the dawning of rock and its sub genres, the closing of the sixties and an era of growing desires to challenge the boundaries of popular music. The four musicians branched out, utilizing and combining classical, jazz, blues and rock music to forge a new and dynamic sound – later to be known as Progressive Rock. The seeds were already sown for the Symphonic and Orchestral style of music that Keith Emerson would champion throughout the decades to come. This 2CD collection is drawn from the band’s 3 main albums and brings together all their big tracks from their brief, but influential career.