Daily Archives: October 8, 2015

Album Review: Double Vision

Double Vision, the aptly named second album from Foreigner [1], was an immediately successful follow-up to the band’s triumphant debut. With its big hit singles “Hot Blooded” and the title track, and well-received minor hits and album tracks like “Blue … Continue reading

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Book Review: Thinking About Movies

Thinking About Movies: Watching, Questioning, Enjoying, by Peter Lehman and William Luhr When I was an undergraduate at USC, one of my friends was initially a film criticism major at the prestigious film school there, and he found it an … Continue reading

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‘Cause I Can’t Leave Things Well Alone, Understand That I’m Accident Prone

At one of the thrift stores I and some of the ladies I was staying with went to during the feast this year at Steamboat Springs, where I chauffeured and they shopped, a moderately obscure Rod Stewart song played on … Continue reading

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