The life story of Ann Richards, the hilarious straight-talking Governor of Texas who fought special interests for the people and ultimately lost re-election to the first ever pairing of George W Bush and Karl Rove. Celebrities, family members, and personal friends tell the behind-the-scenes battle stories of how a housewife rose to the most powerful position in a good-old-boy state.
Appropriately dubbed “Beck Zeppelin,” Ty Richard’s album Zillion brings back classic rock riffs set in front of a Beck style electric instrumental style. With enough drop outs and break downs to satisfy any electronica-head, Ty seemingly blends in the scratch that rock-purists have been asking for, a dirty guitar and a heavy bass line.
Celebrating sixty years since the launch of one of the most successful independent record labels in US Popular music. Received wisdom would have us believe that before Motown, no black-owned record company had made a significant impact on the US mainstream. However, the actuality is something else entirely. Way back in the early 50s, long before Berry Gordy had written his first song, VEE-JAY RECORDS - a black, family owned and run, Chicago-based label - was establishing itself via a steady stream of Blues, R&B, DooWop and Gospel hits.
Two brothers rob a bank and take a young girl hostage. They find out that the girl is a nudist, so they force her to take them to a nudist colony so they can hide out.
" On me demande souvent : "Tu ne comptes pas t'arrêter ?" Je ne pourrais pas, je prendrai ma retraite quand je passerai l'arme à gauche. C'est dur à expliquer… "
Hors-la-loi malgré lui, fouteur de merde patenté, guitariste génial, Keith Richards s'est forgé une existence dont beaucoup rêveraient mais dont peu s'imaginent la réelle teneur. …