Internet Weekly Report - Art And Culture

 
Art And Video Links For 05/19/2008

Sarah Joncas
I blogged Sarah's paintings two years ago, and she has made a lot of wonder artwork in the meantime.  She's excellent.


Coatlicue's Prayer


The Mechanical Bride and The Rising Tide
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UFDC - Digital Collection of Children's Literature Via Scout Report
This is a wonderful digital collection of over 3,000 scanned children's books.


Grimm's Fairy Tales (1891)
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Junior Wells - Hoodoo Man Blues (Live)
This is one great video of Blues legend Junior Wells.


Junior Wells with Otis Rush on Guitar
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The Paragons - Tide is High
This original recording by the Paragons is my favorite version of this song.  Nice violin, no?


The Tide Is High
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The Skatalites - Big Trombone
Don Drummond was a legendary trombone player for the original Skatalites, and this song is a tribute to his Don's genius.  Here's a sample Don's work from the 60s.


Big Trombone
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J Strauss II--"Blue Danube" Waltz--Erich Kleiber (1932) Via Rip Rense
I love waltzes, and this one best versions by the one of the best conductors.


Erich Kleiber
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The Pussycat Dolls - I Don't Need A Man
I always like a nice piece of cheesecake, albeit blurry.


Nicole Scherzinger And The Pussycat Dolls
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Talking Heads - Slippery People (Live)
This is a nice song that I haven't heard in a while.


Slippery People From Stop Making Sense
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The Smiths - Bigmouth Strikes Again (Live)
After Bush's surreal McCarthyesque performance last week in Israel, I dedicate this Smith's song to Monkey Pants.


The Smiths
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West Virginia election coverage drives Jon Stewart to drink
This is Jon Stewart as very, very best.  Also, he had this great segment on the GOP's new slogan too.


Jon Stewart
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Bill O'Reilly's Producer Version of the O'Reilly Meltdown Video
Funny Stuff.


Bill-O
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