In Memoriam: Ennio Morricone

Aida Of The Trees
Arabian Nights
Autopsy
Blood Link
Exorcist II: The Heretic
Holocaust 2000
Hundra
Mission To Mars
Nightmare Castle
Orca
Red Sonja
Short Night Of Glass Dolls
Space: 1999
The Antichrist
The Canterbury Tales
The Decameron
The Humanoid
The Thing (1982)
The Witches
Theorem
Treasure Of The Four Crowns
When Women Had Tails
When Women Lost Their Tails
Wolf

Ennio Morricone
November 10, 1928 – July 6, 2020

Friday Night Videos presents… Joe Diffie, “This Is Your Brain”

It always seemed to me that Joe Diffie was an unfairly unsung part of the country music resurgence of the mid 1990s. Thinking back to that time, I cannot recall another country artist that had as many hits while maintaining such consistently clever lyrics and remarkable musicianship. And yet he has gone relatively uncelebrated. This, in my opinion, is his finest recording, and I hope that he gains in death the acclaim he should have had in life.

Joseph Logan Diffie, 1958-2020

In Memoriam: Alexander Courage

Don’t know how I missed this one, folks, but this guy was a legend so I’m posting it now. Courage was most famous for composing the theme to Star Trek, but he did a lot of other great work in sci-fi, both as a composer and orchestrator, including Superman, Jurassic Park, The Mummy, Superman IV: The Quest For Peace, Lost In Space, and Voyage To The Bottom Of The Sea.

Alexander Mair Courage, Jr.
December 10, 1919 – May 15, 2008