A fantastic collision of ludicrous pop culture icons. From the original Thunderbirds movie, Cliff Richard Junior (remember, this was set one hundred years hence) wows ’em at the interplanetary nite club The Swinging Star, while Alan Tracy tries his darndest to get to first base with Lady Penelope. From 1966, a vintage year….
Alan (thunderbird 3) X
This has got to be the best version of The Who’s first mini-rock-opera. Kept out of public view since it’s 1968 debut on The Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus. But now it’s ours to keep.
I love the bit where they sing “cello cello cello” because they couldn’t afford real cellos on the original recording.
A QUICK ONE by THE ‘ORRIBLE ‘OO – ‘king A…
You’re all forgiven.
From 1978. That’s Midge Ure on vocals and that’s (freshly ejected from The Pistols) Glen Matlock on bass.
A Dylan basement hand-me-down, set in a Duchamp Op-art wonderland. What more do you need from life?