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    Millionaire industrialist/philanthropist by day.

    Crime fighting super-hero by night with my cohort Robin, the Boy Wonder.
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  1. I just checked your post on Wednesday Addams Playlist and your mottos were definitely there.
  2. I never knew David had any albums as a conductor. Thanks Matthew.
  3. Very sad news. His first wife was actress Jill Ireland, whom later married actor Charles Bronson, both also deceased. Illya Kuryakin made David one of television's first heartthrobs back in 1965. I also enjoyed his role as medical examiner Donald "Ducky" Mallard on NCIS. RIP David. Open Channel D.
  4. "Chooch" is a southern Italian slang term for "jackass". In the Police song, "Every Breath You Take", I always heard, "I'm a pool hall ace" instead of "how my poor heart aches".
  5. You must include Werewolves of London. My favorite line: "I saw a werewolf drinking a pina colada at Trader Vic's. And his hair was perfect".
  6. For anyone interested in the great studio musicians of Motown, the Funk Brothers, there is an excellent documentary entitled "Standing in the Shadows of Motown" that tells their story. It has all the backstory that pop music history buffs as myself enjoy learning.
  7. I recall reading his obit back when it happened. RIP Meco.
  8. If Mick Jagger and the Stones can still perform AND release a new LP (coming in October) at 80 years old, anything is possible for that young whippersnapper Eric!
  9. I'm not a regular potato chip eater due to the fat, sodium and high glycemic index, but when I do indulge it's either Cape Cod or Lay's ( Kettle Cooked only). They are hard to stop eating! Lay's Baked and Pringle's are not allowed in the Bat Cave.
  10. Midnight Special was a staple for me back in the day. Times have certainly changed.
  11. On Saturday's show, they did not perform, "Rikki Don't Lose That Number", which is one of my favorites. I knew I should have gone to the Sunday show as well! Good review.
  12. This Elvis album was recorded live, but not during a concert performance, as many have mistakenly assumed. This album was recorded in the Jungle Room of Elvis' Graceland home in 1976. Elvis was already in declining health, and he was often exhausted from his demanding concert tours. As such, getting him to meet his RCA Records contract obligations for new material to release was difficult. RCA's recording studio was in Nashville, quite a distance from Memphis. In attempts to facilitate the King's needs, arrangements were made for Elvis to record in Memphis' STAX Studios. But RCA didn't really like not having total control of the sessions and dealing with "non-company" personnel, so this only occurred once. Later on they brought all of the necessary recording equipment to Graceland in order to make it convenient for Mr. Presley. Using RCA's designation on the cover of this LP, aren't all albums recorded "live"? LOL!
  13. Heavy American steel pushed by a powerful cast-iron V-8. That ski boat felt like a feather as far as the '69 was concerned! PS - Tell my good buddy Reid hello for me. He always speaks highly of you.
  14. Trivia: Before the producers of the 1966 Batman TV series had Chuck Barris modify the Ford Futura into the iconic Batmobile, they had originally signed with a customizer to make the Batmobile using a 1959 Cadillac Coupe de Ville, but production got pushed forward several months and the Caddy wasn't near ready, so Barris delivered the Futura Batmobile in time for the start of filming. Trivia: Most powerful Cadillac engine was the 1969 472. In 1970 they used the same engine, but reduced the compression ratio from 10.5:1 to 10.0:1. Those engines had 525 ft/lbs of torque at 3,000 rpm, enabling the heavy duty TurboHydraMatic trans to launch those nearly 5,000 pounds of steel off the line like a rocket. Better times, sigh.😪
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