Daily Archives: January 2, 2022

When The Angels – and 400,000 others – said Goodbye to Brian Jones.

“His was the driving sitar on ‘Paint It, Black,’ the syncopated marimba on ‘Under My Thumb.’ Brian Jones, progenitor of the Rolling Stones, died 50 years ago today, drowned in his swimming pool not long after frontman Mick Jagger and … Continue reading

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I Knew Her Well – Antonio Pietrangeli (1965)

“If there’s anything as thrilling as discovering something new and good, it’s rediscovering something old and great. And the most exciting movie I’ve come across in the past few months—I Knew Her Well by Antonio Pietrangeli—was made in 1965. While … Continue reading

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