The written word.  The greatest lyrics.  From every genre.  Songs, books, movies, poetry, to ancient sanskrit to comedy.  From Aristotle, Back, Cohen, Dylan to Dante, Plato to Pluto, simon to schuster, to shakespeare.  Thy lyrics of all the greats.  One of the most daunting task we’ve ever taken on.  Herculean in scope.  Massive amounts of written word.  Endless choices,  Staggering amounts of data and endless opinion.  Lyrics have always been my alpha and omega.  Endless opinions,  Fraught with challenges to even be releveant.

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“but its alright now, I’ve learned my lesson well, you know you can’t please everyone so you’ve got to please yourself”

Garden Party
Ricky Nelson 1972

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Michael Martin Murphy’s “South Canadian River Song” is genius, and his masterpiece.  Little known because of its length.  It’s over 8 minutes long, but worth every second.  Its on the “Alleys of Austin” album which great and worth the listen.  

Drink life one drop at a time. 

 Need I say more.

Well you gassed her up, behind the wheel
with your arm around your sweet one
In your Oldsmobile
Barrelin’ down the boulevard
You’re looking for the heart of Saturday night.
“Tell me is the crack of the pool balls, neon buzzin’?Telephone’s ringin’, it’s your second cousin
Is it the barmaid that’s smilin’ from the corner of her eye?Magic of the melancholy tear in your eye”.

Our number one pick for all-time greatest Zen album

Not necessarily a grateful dead groupie but “American Beauty” is the most zen album ever.  The song “ripple” could be the soul of Zen Buddhism.  It is the perfect koan for the book “Zen Flesh Zen Bones” written in 1957, if you listen closely it will explain all you need to know.  A true masterpiece.  Top ten albums of all time.  Definitely something I want my son to hear.

Hidden Zen: Striking It Rich. 1972

Not necessarily a grateful dead groupie but “American Beauty” is the most zen album ever.  The song “ripple” could be the soul of Zen Buddhism.  It is the perfect koan for the book “Zen Flesh Zen Bones” written in 1957, if you listen closely it will explain all you need to know.  A true masterpiece.  Top ten albums of all time.  Definitely something I want my son to hear.

Blue Grass Zen Wheatstraw Suite. 1968

This is am album by the “Dillards”
Yes these are the guys from The Andy Griffith Show.  Delivers unique progression of song and one of the great lyrics.  She Sang Hymns out of Tune
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Our number one pick for all-time greatest Zen album

Not necessarily a grateful dead groupie but “American Beauty” is the most zen album ever.  The song “ripple” could be the soul of Zen Buddhism.  It is the perfect koan for the book “Zen Flesh Zen Bones” written in 1957, if you listen closely it will explain all you need to know.  A true masterpiece.  Top ten albums of all time.  Definitely something I want my son to hear.

Van Morrison’s “It’s Too Late to Stop Now” is the ultimate live album, lauded by critics for its rock, soul, jazz, and vocal range. The polished production gives the impression of a studio recording, showcasing Morrison’s genius. Give it a listen and be blown away.

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Flash Gordon

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Donnie Brasco (1997)

yago.com thinks that it’s one of the most under appreciate great films.

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The Devil’s Own (1997)

Brad Pitt and Harrison Ford star in this underrated crime thriller about an IRA agent in the big city.

Dune (2021)

Denis Villeneuve’s sprawling adaptation of Dune (Part One) captures a sense of cosmic scale unlike anything since 2001… which it transcends.

Henry Fool (1998)

Hal Hartley’s first entry in his Grim Family trilogy is his most famous, critically acclaimed, and in my opinion; best.

Red Rock West (1993)

John Dahl’s western noir/thriller is real 90’s hidden gem with great performances, strong cinematography, and plenty of entertaining twists.

Lamb (2021)

Valdimar Jóhannsson’s directoral debut is less a horror film and much more an unnerving arthouse drama.

Titane (2021)

Julia Ducournau’s genre-bending body horror masterpiece took the Cannes 2021 Palm d’Or.

Pig (2021)

The simultaneous bravery and vulnerability of forgiveness burns clean through Cage’s best work yet.  This movie is a real hidden gem. Or better, the rarest of truffles.

Annette (2021)

Leos Carax directs the surrealist pop-opera written by The Sparks Brothers. The exaggerated artifice of the modern musical…

A Night to Remember (1958)

The film is a technical marvel; and well worth anyone’s time who may be interested in the Titanic (or for anyone who loves the history of practical effects).

I Married a Witch (1942)

Rene Clair’s lighthearted screwball comedy is an absolute delight. Veronica Lake is smoldering with her signature peekaboo bangs.

To Die For (1995)

Exploring TV celebrity and small-town poverty, it is based on the 1992 novel by Joyce Maynard. The entire cast is excellent.

The Visitor (1979)

This insane cult classic is a sloppy mashup of the best 70’s scifi and fantasy elements.

Psycho Goreman (2020)

Psycho Goreman (PG for short) is the ultra-violent family-friendly cult hit of the decade.

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Dr. Strangelove (1964)

Even with so many great moments of absurdist slap-stick silliness, it never devolves into mere farce.

In the Earth (2021)

This return to Ben Wheatley’s raw, unpredictable horror roots is a welcome venture.

Only Lovers Left Alive (2013)

The only vampire film I’ve seen that really gets you into the head-space of living for thousands of years.

Living in Oblivion (1995)

Such a smart little movie. As clever as it is, the meta-conceits of the film are handled with such subtlety that it never becomes a mere formal experiment.

Walker (1987)

The truth of an 1850s anti-hero with a White Savior Complex is hauntingly distilled in Ed Harris’s pitch perfect performance. Satire at its most poetic!

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My Jimmy Buffett
I think Jimmy first came into my life in 1974.
I was living in Stillwater, Oklahoma when Mike Bair called me over to smoke a reefer. As was the custom in those days we were always listening to music. Mike happened to be play a new album I was not familiar with. It’s title was A1A. Thus started my life as a fan of Jimmy Buffett.
This was long before parrot heads or really any acclaim for Jimmy’s music but I was in love. Quickly I started to appreciate him and his other albums. White Sport Coat and a Pink Carnation blew me away but “livin and dyin in 3/4 time did the same. So my first three albums with Jimmy were I think his best. My favorite is A1A still can be heard in my youtube playlist of greatest albums. This was just the start of my journey with Jimmy.
Although I really didn’t know Jimmy I still feel in some small way I influenced his success.
In 1976 a writer from the New Yorker came to stay with me and my friend Bill Cox. His name was Mark Singer and was doing a major article about Oklahoma politics, specifically, Gen Stipe.
Well Mark although from Tulsa had led a musically sheltered life in the halls of New York and Yale, we changed all that with the introduction of “Rancho Deluxe” a relatively unkown soundscore by Jimmy Buffeet. We probably wouldn’t have got Mark’s attention with this except it was based on the novel by Tom McGuane, who happened to one of Mark’s favorite writter’s. He had never heard of Jimmy Buffet but the soundscore got his attention. We introduced him to several other albums by Jimmy and he quickly became a fan. Well Jimmy happened to be doing a concert in central park and despite 3 major albums he was not exactly a household name and so any press he could get was greatly needed. Mark found out about the concert and called Buffett’s manager and asked if he could do an article on Jimmy. The manager replied, “with the New Yorker, hell yes”. So arrangements were made and Mark was to interview Buffeet after the concert. Well it rained out the concert. So Mark asked Jimmy if he would like join him at the Cherry Netherland hotel for some conversation and a joint. Jimmy immediately agreed. So enter Taloka Tops. My contribution to the meeting. (More about Taloka Tops later). I wasn’t there but to hear Mark tell it. It went down like this.
Mark, Jimmy, and one of his band members were sitting in the Cherry Netherland and Mark asked if they wanted to smoke a joint and the answer was a resounding yes. Well Mark pulled out a little toothpick joint we had sent with him. It had a green line about 2/3rds down the joint. Well this pot was special. By the time the joint reached the green line they were all so high they decided that the green line meant stop here. Several months later in Norman, Oklahom at a Buffett concert he stated that the best pot he had ever smoked was from Oklahoma and was called Taloka Tops. Bill Cox and I the growers were flabbergasted. Our pot the best Jimmy Buffett had ever smoked. What an ego trip.

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