Speaks his mind on music & movies!
The tagline sums up what this blog is about. Cincinnati Babyhead (CB) loves film and music and he wants to get the word out on some of his favorites. Maybe you’ll dig them as much as he does!
Take it cool!
Great, look forward to reading more from you.
Thanks OB. I checked out your stuff. Man lots to look at. Looking forward to spending some time on your takes. It has definitely caught my attention. I’ll be leaving some comments. Like Woody Guthrie said “There’s two kinds of music, good and bad. If it moves me, CB likes it. Take it cool and we’ll talk later. CB
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CB watched “Our Man Flint” today and came over to check if you had a review out on it. NOT what’s up with that? Or did I just miss it?
I love ‘Flint’. James Coburn is a CB kinda actor. Plus Lee J Cobb is in it, another great actor. You rattled my cage on that one DCW. I’ll be revisiting that one for sure. Thanks.
I know your up there in “Canuck” territory but I watched it here in California on one of the “Starzs” channels and it is showing again tomorrow here.
I’ll get it. I have a few sources. (What happened to our Sharks?)
CB Injuries, it has come out that Thornton had torn ACL and MCL, Marleau had a broken thumb. Hertl a broken foot that made him miss the last regular season game. And we know it couldn’t have been easy for Logan Couture to play with his face and mouth so mangled. Somewhere I read he has at least eight teeth that need replacing after that puck hit him in the mouth. Plus Oilers must not be that bad after beating Anaheim last night 5-3
your absolutely right. They got nailed with bad injuries. One or two you can live with but not that many. I want to see Thorton (and rest of the guys) get a cup . Oilers are for real. Big, tough, hungry, skilled and they have a real good goalie. recipe for success. Good chat.
Greetings Babyhead from a fellow Cincinnatian and long-time blogger. Quite the review of films you have here!
Hi aFrankAngle. Thanks for dropping by and leaving a comment.. Yeah I kinda like certain types of Motion Pictures. especially good ones but that’s just a matter of taste. I had a look at your ite. I usually stick with music/film but I always keep an open mind. Will drop by again and have a good look. You have a smorg over there. Take care. CB
I started as politics and sports …. and then went all-over-the-map in topics. More informational and opinion … not fiction. But something for everyone!
I’m an old sports guy. Still keep my toe in the scene. Indians scooped Edwin from the Jays. Good pick up. I seen you said you had a video tab. Films? Yeah I will have a good look at your takes for sure.
No video tab … but will have one soon … but not videos I’ve made. Many of my posts incorporate YouTube videos, so sometime soon I will have a Video tab of some of my favs over a variety of topics.
Cool. I thought it was films you’d seen.
Oh wait …. In the Categories section … Films or movies would be that … Very light reviews
Thanks, “light reviews” are good
Better yet … go to the Categories in the sidebar … then Entertainment > Saturday Morning Cartoons … 71 posts dedicated to classic cartoon characters.
I’m a big ‘Loony Tunes’ guy
Take a look!
Is CB a Canuck living in WKRP land?
Yup I disappeared to watch the second period of Vegas and the L.A. like a good Canuck. Are you from the land of the snowshoe?
Born and raised in Northern Ontario, now living around the big 6ix.
Ont gal. Big 6ix?
Toronto…that’s the hip moniker now…because of the Toronto area codes with 6…416, 647…
Sarca’s a hip cat. ✌
“Cool For Cats” , Squeeze song and cool video if your not hip to it. Lets stick with the music/film vibe. CB is so off the radar that I have to get on my roof to pick up a signal. I’m sitting on my roof now. All sorts of Ontario stuff is going through my head. I see your fella has a take site. I’ll check mit out.
Yes he indeed does. And a Youtubes. I sometimes appear on there.
Pleasure meeting you, CB.
I’ll check it out. Later. CB
Thank you! Merci beaucoup!
No problem and right back at you!
Drop me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org for much discussion about stuffs that we haven’t yet posted about. Hurrah!
Great platform you’ve created here. I’m looking forward to reading your thoughts on film, music and movies here.
Hope you find something to watch or listen to.
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I seen your from my neck of the woods. Your like of old movies is an Over the Rhine thing for sure and im gonna guess your a boomer to.
Im a big fan of the Film Noir type and all those movies just before and after WW11
I read a bunch of your reviews on movies and I most agree with yall.
I looked but did nt see you review Casablanca. I watched that movie a lot. While Im not always a Bogart fan, he was the right guy to play the part.
I like to hear from you.
Thanks for dropping by Need Xray. That’s one cool name. “My neck of the woods”. Then you are a lucky individual.
If you look close NX you will find ‘Casablanca’ deep in the archives. Let me know what you think? See ya in “the woods”.
Hi- Came up with an idea and was wondering if you’d be interested in playing. A sports like draft- of albums- I am looking to get 10 people involved who are really into music- and have a ten round draft. Contracting some people to see if they have an interest. I am looking at getting it organized- and started by say July 1. Will come up with a few rules- one that comes to mind- no greatest hits box sets can be taken- studio albums only. Let me know if you are interested. Of course I will probably be taking a bunch of Osmond albums as my selections! Hans
Sure I’d be interested. Thing is it’s really hard for me to pick favorites (unless it’s the Osmonds) if that’s the case. The whole CB thing is one big favorite. Lets give it a whirl and see what happens. Thanks Hans.
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Great- looking to get it going on July 1- will get you the details as they come along. One thing I have is- you can’t pick greatest hits or best of’s or box sets.
I will follow the rules you set down.
There won’t be many rules! I hate rules.
Great blog – incredibly comprehensive. Well done. Enjoy the Genesis stuff. Keep up the good work!
Thanks. I was late responding. Your comment went to spam.
CB, I know you are a fan of Larry McMurtry. If you haven’t read these books, I would suggest them to you. Streets Of Laredo, Telegraph Days, and Sin Killer. All are western and set in the late 1800s, like Lonesome Dove. Keep up the good reviews.
I’m making my way through them Chronologically. I will reread a few I’ve read already. The only one out of the ones you mention that i have’t read is ‘Telegraph Days’. Just finished ‘Leaving Cheyenne’. ‘Picture Show’ is up next.
Reading Elmore Leonards ‘The Tonto Women’ right now. Shorts stories. Not one bad one. Amazing how these guys can weave a story, Thanks Phil.
I like writers with small vocabularies. Few words economically used to greatest effect. McMurtry and Elmore Leonard followed this simple yet elegant blueprint as established by Hemingway and Steinbeck.
All CB heroes along with J BoDean.
UHF is one of my favorite groups. I think they put out two albums.
UHF is Shari Ulrich, Don Henderson and Roy Forbes. All acoustic, guitars, mandolin, fiddle. No percussion.
Always been a huge Shari Ulrich fan, with and without Hometown Band. Roy Forbes aka BIM is solidly in my top 10 favorite musicians.
Nice to have you on board Mr Flink. I should listen to these folks more and I will. “Top 10” is pretty high praise.
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