Saturday, February 15, 2020
JEFFREY MORGANíS MEDIA BLACKOUT #718
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MORGAN’S MEDIA BLACKOUT #718.445.49!
Led Zeppelin – Led Zeppelin
(Atlantic) :: If he keeps on strainin’ the larynx gonna break.
– The Luxury Of Time (Gigantic Music) :: Steve McQueen is their hero, which explains why Virgil Hilts might’ve
gotten over that second barbed wire barrier had he been listening to “Green Eyes” at the time.
– Wanderlust (Round Rock) :: And if he’d been listening to this slammin’
Sammy slice of Hagarock, the Cooler King could’ve dug all three tunnels by himself.
Zeppelin – Led Zeppelin II (Atlantic) :: If he keeps on strainin’ the larynx gonna
Paul Brickhill – The Great Escape (Faber and Faber) :: If all
you know is the movie, then you only know part of the story, because Brickhill’s account is a premier page turner.
Winchell (R.I.P.) :: Tigger? I remember him as the ventriloquist straight man to Jerry Mahoney and Knucklehead.
But it doesn’t matter what he’s remembered for, as long as he’s remembered.
Plant – Mighty Rearranger (Sanctuary) :: When the larynx breaks, mama, he got to croon.
SERIES OF THE WEEK: Airwolf – Season One (Universal Home Video DVD) :: If you missed
this Blue Thunder superchopper knock-off when it first aired a few decades back, now’s your chance to atone
for your grievous sin of omission by buying this two-disc set. Not only does Jan Michael Vincent beat Roy Schneider at his
own ace stealth pilot game, there’s the extra bonus of getting to watch co-star Ernest “McHale” Borgnine
cranked up and kvetching in his best Escape From New York “Cabbie” comedy relief mode.