A new documentary about Bowie called “Finding Fame” is out on Showtime. Mrs. Droogie and I stumbled on it the other night. I’m a big David Bowie fan, so I’m a bit biased, but I loved it. A lot of what’s covered in this happened before my time and when I was just a wee Droog, so it’s nice to hear the story of how he became popular. Dude was ahead of his time for sure. Check out the trailer here…
Some of his really early songs were crap, and then he somehow pulled Space Oddity out of nowhere.
Sorry, this is just silly. But also kinda hot.
I recently discovered this guy on YouTube. His movie reviews are excellent!
In fact, I can’t argue with a single thing he says in this review of The Phantom Menace. See what you think …
Watch as Tom Kenny seamlessly improvises the voices to 5 random cartoon characters that he has never seen before. Using his skills from decades as the voice of SpongeBob, The Ice King (Adventure Time), The Mayor (Powerpuff Girls), Heffer (Rocko’s Modern Life) and many others, Tom is able to create amazing characters in the blink of an eye.
It’s a big, leisurely mess – but I LOVED it.
Spoilers in the comments?
Loved this song before I even knew who he was.
Almost as anxiety-inducing as a watch repair, but still fun to see it all come together.
I have to wonder what The Beatles made of this.
This was another Beatles song to get the Sellers treatment and its meaning takes on a whole new dimension when we hear the two characters in this recording. The voice Sellers uses for the female character is reminiscent of the one he used for Crystal Jollybottom in his long run with radio’s “Ray’s A Laugh.”
David Bowie’s single take demos he made with John Hutchinson in an attempt to get a record deal with Mercury were released recently. These are stripped down versions, and they’re great. Here they are compiled into 1 video on the You Tube. Happy Weekend ya basterds!!!