The following is from the Jackson 5’s live track television special Goin’ Back to Indiana, broadcast in September, A.D. 1971:
I know that it was the early 70’s, but what is going on with those costumes?
Michael had just turned thirteen years old when this show aired. What a sad and twisted life that fame brought him.
My favorite scene in the first Kill Bill film is the climactic fight between the Bride and O-Ren Ishii. The background song, with its infectiously delightful clapping and flamenco flavored disco, is Santa Esmeralda’s version of “Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood” from A.D. 1977:
You may watch the movie scene here (rated R), though you should rather see it in its full context, of course.
Happy Wednesday; I am lazy today. Here is “Waterloo Sunset” by the Kinks from A.D. 1967:
It is odd how much I like the popular music from the 1960’s but despise the civilizational decay and destruction of which it was the soundtrack.