Opening theme from the 1976 film “Snake Dancer” (aka “Glenda”), starring Glenda Kemp as herself.
SONG OF SUMMER
Comment thread on Lyrics Depot’s page for Carly Simon’s “Anticipation”
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All I care about right now is something called HOT-FLOOR VOCALS, which is a term my friend dumped in my ear while I was annoyingly singing the theme song to The New Adventures of Wonder Woman in McCarren Park a few weekends ago. The concept is simple: to get those back-up singers to attack their lines with such urgency and power, the floors obvo had to be heated up under them. Enjoy this and agree and we will explore more of my fave HOT-FLOOR VOCALS as the week progresses. <END TRANSMITTAL>
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Nilsson, “Save the Last Dance for Me”
Infinite loop: all day, all night.
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Another, because I only admire musicians who make weirdo movies which are later buried and can only be found piecemeal on YouTube.
Harry Nilsson and Ringo Starr in Son of Dracula (1974), for Fake Criterions’s “Double Threats.”
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1. Describe the final scene of Looking for Mr. Goodbar to a bunch of coworkers over email.
Truman Capote and Andy Warhol, by Mick Rock (1979)
INVITE THEM TO YOUR NEXT PARTY.
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I’m about to live inside of this nightmare train-wreck for a while (for legitimate purposes, no less!) and I couldn’t be more excited. Audrey (at 50) playing thirtysomething, in a role that was turned down by my honeys Jacqueline Bisset and Candice Bergen. At least she got to have a hot, torrid affair with Ben Gazzara off-set.
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