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POSTER BOY FOR A CELEBRITY REHAB CENTER?

February 13, 2009

The actor showed up but he forgot how to act sober it appears. The strange Joaquin Phoenix interview on David Letterman's TV show the other night. Proof positive one should be very careful with what one puts into one's system before walking out on stage for an interview that will be broadcast arcoss the fruited plains of this great nation. CLICK READ MORE to bring up the video player.

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PLANT & KRAUSS: RASING SAND RAISES BIG GRAMMYS

February 09, 2009

Robert Plant and Alison Krauss' most unlikely partnership as a duo brought them big rewards last night on the Grammy Awards as the combo of living rock legend in Plant and bluegrass music star (and almost a living legend herself) won large for their amazing "Raising Sand," including record of the year and CD album of the year.

Putting these two together seemed kind of strange to most folks but the album they produced was universally hailed as an artistic milestone for both artists and certainly different than anything either of them had done in the past.

Krauss, by the way, is the most decorated female artist in Grammy history with 26 of them bad boys. Wow. When this lady talks (and sings) the music business listens. Legendary country, pop and blues producer T-Bone Burnett produced the CD album.

Plant and Krauss won a Grammy last year for "Gone Gone Gone” a single from "Raising Sand," and that one brings the total Grammys for that one CD to six. The single was released in time for Grammy contention that year, while the CD album was not.

This VIDEO shows the origins of the project for “Raising Sand” and features cuts of the music from it. CLICK READ MORE to bring up the video player.


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DOG AND THE CUPCAKE

February 05, 2009

Not much to this one but we LUV the dog's eyes. Are those for real or did they do that with animation?

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AIR WOLF CHOPPER

February 04, 2009

We gotta get Junior one of these for Christmas. Come of think of it, the heck with Junior WE WANT ONE! Radio controlled AirWolf hobby helicopter. Looks like a hoot. We give it 7.5 on a 10.0 fun scale. CLICK READ MORE to bring up the video player.

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WENT DOWN TO THE CROSSROADS

February 04, 2009

Good combo. John Mayer and blues/rock legend Eric Clapton doing the old Robert Johnson blues number "Crossroads" on ABC's Good Morning America.

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