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711kid:

Excerpt from the original script of The Room

711kid:

Excerpt from the original script of The Room

jeffreyturntable:

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Artist: Natalie (King) Cole

Album: Unforgettable…with Love

Year: 1991

Record Company: UNKNOWN

by Jeffrey Turntable

Being an online music critic and an aspiring rock journalist, I feel it’s important to occasionally “tune into” what artists are currently being lauded by our society….

According to music blogger Jeffrey Turntable, Natalie Cole completely deserved the Grammy she received in 1992.

Just your homegrown all-American boy. #Yep

Just your homegrown all-American boy. #Yep

Uh, frankly, I’m at a loss for words. All I can is say thank you, THANK YOU. This is an honor.

Uh, frankly, I’m at a loss for words. All I can is say thank you, THANK YOU. This is an honor.

I’ve started a video podcast with my dad! It’s about making a movie. The first episode’s up. You can find it at the link above.

jeffreyturntable:

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Author(s): Heidecker & Wood

Work: Some Things Never Stay the Same

Year: 2013 [NOTE: This is not a joke. Ha-ha!]

Record Label: [UNKNOWN]

by Jeffrey Turntable

Have you ever asked yourself, “Where has America gone to?” We certainly can’t find Her in today’s music, what with all…

Someone has written a review of Heidecker & Wood’s new album straight from the heart.

This is a Christmas song entitled “The Smile of Rachael Ray.” It’s serious. There’s no irony.

stranded here in Hartford Christmas Eve
the snow is falling on the planes 
out on the runway as a man sings hallelujah
walking through the terminal, my ear against the phone
I leave a message ‘hon, I’m sorry
kiss the boys
it’s getting hard just getting home

there’s a line in Hudson News
through the shirts and souvenirs
now I’m pushing through the fray
there on the shelf of magazines 
like a beacon on the bay
is the smile of Rachael Ray

sitting in the bar with Marguerite
she weighs her pour and gives a wink
merry christmas, sweetie pie
you’re looking tired, what’ll it be?’
and then she notices the recipe I’m reading and the smile of the chef
who looks as perfect as a new homecoming queen

Marguerite just taps the heels of her tired and swollen feet
she’s a million miles away
where she can trade her sunken eyes
and her dirty strands of gray
for the smile of Rachael Ray

Rachael’s gonna show us how it’s done
in 30 minutes she’ll be gone
Rachael never ages, never changes, never hints that anything
could’ve ever been wrong

pulling in the driveway 3AM, the kitchen lights left on again
I grab a beer and check the tree
but there’s no presents underneath
and up the stairs a pair of empty little beds 
and by the clock she left a note 
said ‘hon I’m sorry, but I think it’s for the best’

and the snow is falling down by the blinking little lights
oh the joy of Christmas Day
now may the season keep you warm
may your memories never fade
like the smile of Rachael Ray
oh the smile of Rachael Ray

My parents got me a tambourine for my birthday!

My parents got me a tambourine for my birthday!

GOOD TIMES

GOOD TIMES

jeffreyturntable:

Dear Davy (or Mr Bowie, if you prefer),

I am a “yankee” music critic and aspiring journalist who has a high respect for old rock music (e.g. your music). Having refined tastes, I am very picky and hope that you can take it as a compliment that I am a moderate fan of you.

Being a moderate fan, I…

Music critic Jeffrey Turntable wants to do a book on David Bowie called “Walks in the Park with David.” He actually wrote an open letter to the legend himself. Jeffrey needs your support! Help him in his venture.