Category Archives: From The Vaults

Iconic, seminal, noteworthy, or just plain interesting. Records you may have missed- or could always hear again.

Ennio Morricone: A Fistful of Film Music

In just four short years from 1964 to 1968, Italian film director Sergio Leone and the soon-to-be-prolific composer Ennio Morricone made four groundbreaking movies together. A Fistful Of Dollars, For a Few Dollars More, The Good The Bad and The Ugly, and  Once Upon a Time in The West were all cowboy pictures, and among […]

Also posted in All Stories, Music: Making it, Listening to it., September 2011 | Comments closed

From the Vaults: The Ventures Live In Japan ’65

The year is 1965 and a small battalion of teenagers waits at the airport. In mere moments, cameras will capture a portrait of them as screaming fans, elbowing their way ahead of one another, hoping to reach the front ropes and welcome the exciting new cultural force that has just touched down. Four young men […]

Also posted in All Stories, August 2011, Rants and Raves | Comments closed
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