From the Bottom of the Bucket

September 22, 2017

“The Bucket,” a desert video by John Wells of the Southwest Texas Alternative Energy and Sustainable Living Field Laboratory (The Field Lab) in Terlingua, Texas, who notes “the swimming bees were rescued.” Ehru music by Doug Maxwell.
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Why knights fought snails in medieval art

September 21, 2017

Knights fought snails in medieval art. WTF? Phil Edwards investigates.

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Lunar

September 20, 2017

“Lunar,” A short film by Christian Stangl using archival photos and audio from NASA. Soundtrack by Wolfgang Stangl.
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Japan’s Tricked-Out Trucks

September 18, 2017

Dekotora:  Japan’s long-haul truckers customize their rigs. From Great Big Story.

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Beautiful World

September 17, 2017

“Beautiful World,” written and performed by Kem (Kim Lamont Owens). Rex Rideout (keyboards), Randy Bowland (guitar), Al Turner (bass). String arrangement by Paul Riser.

Kem website

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Train To Birmingham

September 17, 2017

“Train To Birmingham,” written and performed by John Hiatt, 2011.

John Hiatt website

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Ah

September 17, 2017

“Ah,” composed by Electric Brother (Cristian Stefanescu) with lyrics by Bobo Burlăcianu & Mihai Victor Iliescu, performed by “rough Romanian soul” band Zmei3 in 2016. Vocalist: Paula Ţurcaş.

Zmei3 website.

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Oh What a Price

September 16, 2017

“Oh What a Price,” written by Phillip Mitchell and recorded by James Govan in 1987.

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Hey Little Cobra

September 16, 2017

“Hey Little Cobra,” written by  Carol Connors, recorded by Terry Melcher and Bruce Johnston as The Rip Chords in 1963.

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Superman and the Magnetic Telescope

September 16, 2017

“The Magnetic Telescope,” a 1942 Superman cartoon by Fleischer Studios. released in Technicolor by Paramount Pictures. Based on the characters created by Joe Shuster and Jerry Siegel; story by Dan Gordon and Carl Meyer. Directed by Dave Fleischer. Animation: Thomas Moore and Myron Waldman. Music by Winston Sharples and Sammy Timberg. Voice actors: Joan Alexander (Lois Lane), Jackson Beck (narrator), Bud Collyer (Superman/Clark Kent/mad scientist), and Julian Noa (Perry White/police officer). The actors had worked on The Adventures of Superman radio show since 1940.

More:

“The Real Heroes of Superman, Part 3,” Nina Kincaid, Flixens

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