Fun Fact Tiny Tim went by the stage names Larry Love, Darry Dover, and Judas K. Foxglove. His real name was Herbert Khaury.The List
Nine Inch Nails
Pipe Wrench WireFilm Classics
God is alive and well and living in a sugar cube
Deaf teenage runaway Jenny (Susan Strasberg) lands in Haight-Ashbury in search of her brother, "The Seeker" (Bruce Dern). She's
helped by Stoney (Jack Nicholson) and the members of his band, Mumblin' Jim. Stoney's pal Dave (Dean Stockwell) turns Jenny on
to a heaping dose of STP, causing her to run through the streets chased by fire. The Seeds perform "Two Fingers Pointing At You" at
a mock funeral, and The Strawberry Alarm Clock do "Rainy Day Mushroom Pillow," as well as the title track. With several acid
freak-outs, Garry Marshall as a Narc, and a bummer ending. A Dick Clark production.
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We thought it a good time to take a break from all that noisy rock and roll the kids seem to like so much and offer some classic 1950's film music. The Third Man, the early Cold War cat and mouse film starring a very paranoid Joseph Cotton and an elusive Orson Welles has one of the most distinctive theme songs in film history. The bouncy zither music doesn't seem to go with the tense plot, but it works beautifully. It was recorded many times, by various artists eager to put their stamp on it. We offer here five gems: the original by Anton Karas, a countrified version by Chet Atkins, a South of the Border treatment by Los Indios Tabajaras, a swingin' arraingement by The Three Suns, and a trippy stereophonic ping pong affair by the one and only Esquivel. Enjoy.