You live you learn, you love you learn
You cry you learn, you lose you learn
You bleed you learn, you scream you learn
If music can be labeled as incendiary, then Alanis Morissette’s Jagged Little Pill is an album bursting with fire and flames. It is both a scorcher and a torch.
Poker legend Doyle Brunson loves movie westerns.
So, at my request, he ranked his Top 60 movie westerns of all time. We discussed his picks and filmed the conversation. Here’s the much-anticipated final segment of that conversation, which includes Doyle’s “Top Ten” list.
This 30-minute video also includes a discussion of movies which didn’t make Doyle’s list.
Why visit Salud? Because commitment, quality, value, and friendliness should be rewarded.
Salud Mexican Bistro and Tequileria is a new restaurant on West Sahara near the Cimmaron intersection located halfway between Buffalo and Durango. Longtime Las Vegas locals might remember this storefront as the spot where Rosemary’s restaurant used to be, which sadly shuttered its doors about ten years ago.
I have four words to say to the nice folks at Salud: Welcome to the neighborhood.
“Turn the organ up!”
Al Kooper is far better known for the music and musicians he’s fostered rather than for any self-defining hit single or album of his own. In fact, many of the classic rock songs he’s played on and produced overshadowed his own extraordinary talents and musicianship.
“Man, what am I going to do to follow up the ‘Shaft’ LP? I know — let’s try something badass!”
— Isaac Hayes
Nearly a half-century after being released, Black Moses stands the test of time. It’s a meandering mishmash of disjointed instrumentation and unanticipated musical influences somehow welded together by a singular prophetical artist then at the pinnacle of his power and creativity.