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10 APRIL 2016

Examples of parody video trailer remixes

The Shining Recut, HD; Reservoir Monkees.

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2005Jack Nicholsonparody video remixesplaying against typerepurposingReservoir Dogs (1992) • Robert Ryang • The Monkees • The Shining (1980) • trailer • trailer remixes • video trailer • video trailer remix • viral video

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Simon Perkins
23 MAY 2014

Interview with the First Lady of Bass: Carol Kaye

"Carol Kaye: you may not recognize her name but chances are you're familiar with her work. Now 79, the lady has laid down some deeply iconic bass tracks in a career spanning 55 years and something in the neighborhood of 10,000 recording sessions."

(Ayun Halliday, 28 April 2014, Open Culture)

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Barbra Streisand • bass guitaristbass player • Beach Boys • bebop • Bill Pitman • Bob West • Brian Wilson • Butch Cassidy and The Sundance Kid • Capitol Records • Carol Kaye • Charles Manson • chordal tones • chromatic scale • Chuck Britz • digital collaboration • Earl Palmer • electric bass • female bass guitarist • female bass player • Fender • Frank Sinatra • Gene Page • Glen Campbell • Hal Blaine • Hawaii 5-0 • Hogans Heroes • In Cold Blood • In The Heat Of The Night • interview • Ironside • Jack Nitzsche • jazz • jazz patterns • Joe Cocker • Los Angeles • Lou Rawls • M.A.S.H. • Mission ImpossibleMotownmusic piracymusician • Phil Spector • playing musicQuincy Jones • Ray Charles • Sam Cooke • session musician • Simon and Garfunkel • Sonny and Cher • Sonny Bono • The Addams Family • The Beach Boys • The Brady Bunch • The Clique • The Long Goodbye • The Monkees • The Pawnbroker • The Streets of San Francisco • The Supremes • Thomas Crown Affair (1968) • Tommy Tedesco • women in music

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Simon Perkins
09 MAY 2006

The Archies: the ultimate manufactured pop group

"Created for mass consumption by bubblegum–pop genius Don Kirshner (the man who gave us the Monkees), the Archies were the ultimate manufactured pop group. They existed on television as an animated series based on the comic book characters of the same name. The voices behind the singing cartoon characters were vocalists Ron Dante (b. 22 August 1945, New York, USA), Toni Wine and Andy Kim, who were later called upon for touring purposes."

(Andrew Bergey)

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Andy Kim • Archies • bubblegum • cartooncartoon band • Don Kirshner • manufactured bandpop group • Ron Dante • The Monkees • Toni Wine
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