12 months ago, in the post ‘A Christmas Gift For You’, I related one of my favourite aspects of Christmas – how it provides the opportunity for me to give an annual listen or two to the seasonal masterpiece, ‘A Christmas Gift For You’ (aka ‘Phil Spector’s Christmas Album’). //blog.gregwilson.co.uk/2010/12/a-christmas-gift-for-you/
Further to the two recent posts below, relating to my latest obsession, just wanted to round things up on the Watchmen front.
Watched the 1982 film ‘Pink Floyd The Wall’ with my son a couple of times during recent weeks. It made a strong impression on him, as I hoped it would, whilst reminding me just how powerful an audio / visual experience it provides.
Who’s afraid of the big bad wolf? Not Victoria Wade.
This brilliant animation enhances these words of wisdom. John Lennon interviewed by 14 year old Jerry Levitan in Toronto (1969).
I Met The Walrus Book:
I Met The Walrus Wikipedia:
Max & Dave Fleischer, Cab Calloway, Betty Boop – proper genius from 1932.
Calloway was the Walrus well before Lennon and Paul.