Freddie’s Boogie, Freddie Mitchell And His Orchestra (1953) Saxophonist Freddie Mitchell was among other things “a session musician and bandleader for multi-artist rock shows held by Alan Freed. Mitchell had previously recorded Moondog Boogie named in honor of the disc jockey and the two of them appeared together in the 1956 film Rock, Rock, Rock.”
Rock, Rock, Rock was the first video cassette tape I ever bought; spotted it in a bargain bin for a couple bucks. My next purchase was a video player.
Icecoasters [via Mme. Jujujive].
The Celtic sport of ferret legging.
R.I.P. Wayne Shorter (1933-2023).
Um, better stay out of Earl Orkin’s room.
The angels’ share and the devil’s fungus.
This cheeseburger costs over $21 per ounce.
Czar Peter the Great, Amateur Dental Surgeon.
[via Memo Of The Air]
Meerkats. Cutsey little standy-uppy weasel-lookin’ bastards.
[Top image: Mao money mockery found here.]
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