Friday, April 22, 2016

I Love Bright Colors

I don't know what it is, but I love bright colors and designs. I am a very sensory person. Sight and sound are very important to me. They influence my mood. That's why I love music as well. My future plans are to create an independent media conglomerate. I want people to feel again. Technological advances have isolated us. We should interact in person. Don't get me wrong, the internet is awesome. I just think commercialism has taken the fun out of life. People need other people. It's the human aspect that makes things fun. When you replace everything with automation, you take out the human element. That's why terrestrial radio sucks nowadays. It's automated junk. They play what a huge company tells them to play. My dream is to bring back the human element in entertainment and ultimately life. I don't want to replace anything, I just think there should be a better alternative. Huge companies don't understand culture. They understand money and how to get it. People are what really matter.  I promise you that I will make a company where entertaining people is my main goal. Sorry for the rant. I just needed to share that.  hahaha  

The Sixties - How Music Changed Forever

Nightly Classic TV Shows

Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Classic TV Nights 70's Edition

What Am I Listening To?

I listen to a lot of music. It's something that get's me through life. Through the loneliness. Through the good times. It's always there for me. As you can see, I like older stuff, but I have an open mind about music. Feel free to let me know if I'm missing out on some great music.

Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Classic TV Nights

Here are four classic shows I'm sure you'll enjoy. I will post stuff like this every night.

New Monkees Album!

The new album is being released to coincide with the 50th anniversary of the band and the show. The album features the three surviving Monkees plus a vintage vocal from the late Davy Jones. The albums release will be on 5/27/16. Click here to pre-order and find more information about the release. 

The Monkees on Blu-Ray For the First Time

The Monkees The Complete Series is coming out on Blu-Ray to celebrate its 50th Anniversery. All 58 episodes have been remastered and are in HD for the first time, You also get their 1968 film Head with unreleased outtakes and the 1969 TV special 33 1/3 Revolutions Per Monkee. As an added bonus you get many other features such as audio commentaries from all four Monkees, a 7" of Star Collector and Goin' Down presented in their never released TV mono mixes, and you even get original Kelloggs Monkees commercials that were broadcast with the show. This 10 disc set will be released on 6/24/16 and will be limited to 10,000 individually numbered sets. You can pre-order the set here.



Tuesday TwoPLay

Have a great Tuesday.

Long Absence

Sorry for the long absence. I promise to do a much better job keeping things up to date.