...really sucked for the US Open at Pebble Beach this year. Give me Ian Baker-Finch and the team from the Golf Channel anyday.
but Carnivale did it for me. Simply a beautiful show. Oh how I wish HBO would bring it back :(
...but it looks like there will be a third season. The shows were good to very good this year but they moved away from the time lapse cloudscapes and other scenes of New Mexico. Not that any of that is related to the story.
It has made the series grittier. The acting is very intense and well done.
My guess is it's yer head,but groovy any way ya look at it....
Did I see that? Did anyone else? This morning on CNN, about 6-7:00AM PST, some clips kept being interrupted with flashes of Jerry playing acoustic. I don't even remember what the storyline was, it wasn't related at all to music, or us, in any way semi-remotely connected to any Dead or awakening, etc. No commentary, no music, just flashes of Jerry. Do we have a plant at CNN, flashing subliminal pro-transformative interjections of positivity? Or is it a manifestation of collective consciousness? Or are my neural synapses misfiring again?
I have seen Jon channeling Glen Beck,it's funny in a "Why are there people like Glen Beck" sort of way....Compliments from Robin Williams are high praise indeed....
(Jon Stewart) on his Glen Beck interviews (he has done a series of them) where he plays Beck.
2nd Episode, 2nd Season 10 est. Was definitely among last year's best.
Well gonzo, Mickey showed how he found the rhythm of pulsars and quasars to be very psychedelic and with it, he was able to use those beats to express a spiritual link he was feeling by perceiving this active engagement with The Universe, in a musical manner. His part of the segment is just about half way through the program and is only a few moments long but, as is the case with Mickey, it made everything worth while!
Was Mickey's contribution purely musical, GRTUD? Or did he have something other to add?