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    Sean Daily is an English major from New Jersey now living in Las Vegas, the Other City of Lights. "I consider 'Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas' to be comfort reading, I like the al pastor tacos at Tacos Mexico and I count among my literary influences the Chainsaw from 'Doom'. 'RRRRRR! You don't like that, do you, Mr. Undead Marine! RRRRRR!'"

    Shanoah Alkire is our Discordian at large. "Born in Santa Cruz, I grew up in Grass Valley and the Bay Area, and now lurk in Las Vegas. My literary influences include Ray Bradbury, Lewis Carroll, and Douglas Adams. I also program as a hobby, and currently maintain the Gtk port of Angband. You can find a rather old bio of me here."

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11-8-08 Tim Curry – Celluloid Heroes

Posted by Sean on November 9, 2008

You know, I have to agree with you, Shanoah. There doesn’t seem to be anything that Tim Curry can’t do. Maybe we ought to ask for his help with getting out of the recession, and then get him to work on a self-sustaining fusion reaction.

Exhibit A for this sentiment is a rather remarkable video shot in 1978, of a live performance that he did at the Park West in Chicago. It seems to have been connected to the release of his first solo album, Read My Lips. You didn’t know he was a recording signer, did you? Neither did I, until I saw this video.

Here he covers the Kinks’ Celluloid Heroes. Watch him give his vocal cords a workout.

And yes, the video quality is crappy, for which DugNY30 sincerely apologizes.


2 Responses to “11-8-08 Tim Curry – Celluloid Heroes”

  1. […] 11-8-08 Tim Curry – Celluloid Heroes […]

  2. […] thought it appropriate to play John Lennon’s Working Class Hero. We play a lot of songs about heros here, don’t we, Sean? Hadn’t noticed that. Surprised Joni Minstrel isn’t in the […]

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