“Lua, Written By and performed by prodigy Conor Oberst…because the song is hauntingly, beautiful and perfection…I share it with you.”
Every word is poetry.
Conor has been called a modern day Bob Dylan, The here is a reason for that.
I share it with you.
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.
Eddie Vedder & Pearl Jam discuss Eddie’s penchant for scaling the rafters of the stage during their early, electric live performances…and how they all feared he would die:
“Everytime.” – Stone Gossard
Mazzy Star and her haunting and beautiful hit single Fade Into You
Live and Official videos inside.
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.
The film musical starring John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John was a blockbuster in the theaters in 1978, and is now iconic 40 years later.
A feat very few films can claim.
The Music Man
“YOU GOTTA KNOW THE TERRITORY”
Cameron Crowe writes about his late friend, the great Phillip Seymour Hoffman
Christian Bale Hands Down A Beatdown Of Words To A DP Who Walks Into His Eye-Line During The Shooting Of “Terminator: Salvation”.
“MCG…You Got Something To Say To This Prick?!?!”