Michael Jackson
Thriller
Beat It
&
Billie Jean

Michael Jackson. 1983. If you were alive and aware, his impact and talent is undeniable. This is The music Video for Thriller, directed by John Landis, and the making of that historic video which still rocks today, 35 years later.

Michael Jackson, The Kng of Pop.

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Kurt Cobain
21 Years Gone
The Impact And Legacy

Kurt Cobain ascended the golden ladder, a ladder most will never glimpse.
He he climbed to the very top…and saw a curtain, behind which he always thought would be his salvation.
He reached over the ladder and peaked behind…
And for whatever reason…
After years of imaging the solace he might find….
Whatever Kurt saw back there…
He didn’t want to take another step after that…

He just wanted off the ladder by any means necessary.

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Have You Ever Seen
Mike Nichols
Closer

Have You Ever Seen Mike Nichols “Closer”?
Dear God…this is what class act film making is.
Brilliant storytelling, great dialogue…but most importantly, Clive Owen.
“Have you ever seen a human heart? It looks like a fist, wrapped in blood! Go fuck yourself…. You Writer!”
Inside you’ll find scenes from film, HQ images and content from Alfonso Cuarón’s “Children Of Men” & the film “Love Actually”
What?

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Cake
The Distance

“As they speed through the finish, the flags go down.
The fans get up…and they get out of town.
The arena is…empty except for 1 man, still driving and striving as fast as he can. “

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Joy Division
Transmission
From Anton Corbijn’s
Control

That’s what watching this film was doing to me…it was a beautiful love letter to Joy Division, and when the film ended…I went on a Joy Division frenzy for a few months.

Some movies have those magic scenes that give you chills. That speak to your soul. To your heart.
The scene below…pure magic I wanted to share with you.

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Pearl Jam
The Momma-Son Tape

Here’s a little clip from “Pearl Jam 20”, the documentary film from Cameron Crowe.
The “Mama-Son” tape refers to the instrumental containing versions of what would become “Once” “Alive” & “Footsteps”. Eddie Vedder received the tape from his friend, former Chili Peppers drummer and future short-term PJ drummer (Yield) back in 1990.

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