Playlist for 8/23/09 will be up Wed 8/25

Playlist for 8/23/09 will be up Wed 8/25.

Much music to post sorry for the delay.


DJ Sesqui

Getting Over Death

Getting Over Death
Clayton Morgareidge for the Old Mole Variety Hour, August 24, 2009
Audio version

D.I.Y. Sports Nutrition Resources


 (Resources from Monica Hunsberger, registered dietician and member of the Oregon Dietetic Association)

Make your own Bars

dawnbreaker's breakdown

 The Music Goes Round & Round - Frank Froeba

Review of World's Greatest Dad, opening wide


World’s Greatest Dad
Director: Bobcat Goldthwait
With: Robin Williams, Alexie Gilmore, Daryl Sabara, Henry Simmons, Evan Martin, Geoffrey Pierson

Okay, I’m surprised.  I expected that this would be another exercise in foulness and needless provocation from Goldthwait, a former standup comic from the outpatient school of comedy.  One of his previous films concerns a woman whose life is ruined because she admits that she performed oral sex on her dog when she was in college.

Revew of Empty Nest, now showing at the Hollywood


Empty Nest (Argentina 2008)
Director: Daniel Burman
With: Oscar Martinez, Cecilia Roth, Ines Efron, Jean Pierre Noher, Eugenia Capizzano

Slow-moving, dull and ultimately very annoying.  Violates Rule Number One of fiction writing: never end a story with “and it was all a dream.”  Okay, that would normally spoil the whole movie, but the bad screenplay from a cliched script takes care of that from the beginning.  The director has a good reputation, and Cecilia Roth is one of my favorite actors in the world, but she doesn’t have much to work with here.  Save your money.

What Astral Traveling is all about.


The new show Astral Traveling is a musical voyage consisting of Spiritual Jazz, Rare-Funk, Afro-Rhythms, Vintage-Latin, Tasteful Hip-Hop, Soulful-Brazilian, Eclectic Electronic I.D.M. and just about anything in between. Both past and present. Hosted by DJ Sesqui every Sunday 6:30PM-8:00PM. 

Think about this.

> ..something  to think about...
> Washington,  DC Metro  Station on a cold January morning in 2007. The  man
> with a violin  played six Bach pieces for about 45  minutes. During that
> time  approx. 2 thousand people went  through the station, most of them  on
> their way to work.  After 3 minutes a middle aged man noticed  there was a 
> musician playing. He slowed his pace and stopped for  a  few seconds and then
> hurried to meet his  schedule.
> 4  minutes later:

Reviews of District 9 and Inglourious Basterds, both in wide release

District 9 (New Zealand)
Director: Neill Blomkamp
With: Sharlto Copley, etc.

One of the joys of reviewing movies is the pleasant surprise.  Sometimes I wonder if I have become jaded, and that my tastes are too refined for the average movie patron.  Then, a little gem like this comes along.

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