Sunday, February 5, 2017

Star Trek Online Highlight: Kal Dano's Ship Is A TARDIS!


Star Wars Battlefront: Butt Kicked On The Moon On Endor #TeamEmmmmsie,


Star Trek Enterprise: Damage

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Treks & Voyages returns with my review of the Star Trek: Enterprise episode 'Damage' (Season 3, Episode 19)


 

'Damage'

Blue Seed Episode 24: “The Setting Sun, The Coming Day, A Private Time For Each One”

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Today we're Talking Anime as we go over episode 24 of the series Blue Seed with “The Setting Sun, The Coming Day, A Private Time For Each One”. After today there are only two episodes left in the series to go over!





PLANTED SEEDS

Blue Seed
Episode 24: “The Setting Sun, The Coming Day, A Private Time For Each One”
Original Air Date: March 15, 1995
English Air Date: January 22, 2000


The melody heard in the previous episode is the Matsuri meloody, which could be used to amplify Momiji’s Kushinada energy field in order to counter act Kaede’s plans

There are quite moments for all members of the TAC as they prepare for the finale day, Momiji & Kusanagi hang out at the beach, Koume takes care of Yaegashi, Matudaira puts aside her work to find her son, Ryoko and Mr. Kunakida relax in the park.


The Japan PM contacts the US Government for help, with the back up plan being for the US use nukes to resolve the situation


Despite having very littler direction interaction with Kaede, Momiji is hopeful Kaede will work with her to stop the plans that Kaede herself has put into effect.

Episode 25 will be reviewed on Wednesday!

Poker Night At the Inventory #TeamEmmmmsie






HIGHLIGHT



I managed to get a tournament win this evening!





The Blues Brothers: Briefcase Full of Blues

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Jukebox Corner returns as I go over the 1978 album debut for The Blues Brothers titled 'Briefcase Full of Blues'... Warning: Horrible singing included!




QUICK NOTES

Briefcase Full Of Blues
The Blues Brothers
Released November 28, 1978

Recorded Live at the Universal Amphitheater in Los Angeles on September 9, 1978
Was the number on the Billboard 200 February 3-9, 1979, knocking off 52nd Street by Billy Joel

Joilet Jake Blues / John Belushi – Vocals on everything by Rubber Biscuit
Elwood Blues / Dan Aykroyd – Harmonica / Vocals
Matt ‘Guitar’ Murphy – Lead Guitar
Steve ‘The Colonel’ Cropper – Guitar
Donald ‘Duck’ Dunn – Bass
Paul Shaffer – Keyboards
Steve Jordan – Drums
Lou ‘Blue Lou’ Marina – Tenor & Alto Sax
Tom ‘Triple Scale’ Scott – Tenor & Alto Sax
Tom ‘Bones Maline’ - Trombone, Trumpet, Tenor & Baritone Sax
Alan ‘Mr. Fabulous’ Rubin - Trumpet

Back of Dust Jacket Includes The Origin Of The Blues Brothers!

Songs
Hey Bartender
Messing With The Kid
Almost
Rubber Biscuit
Shot Gun Blues
Groove Me
I Don't Know
Soul Man
B Movie Box Car Blues
Flip, Flop & Fly

Doctor Who: The Gunfighters Part 2: Don't Shoot The Pianist

It's Monday December 11, 2017, and this week I'm reviewing Doctor Who: The Gunfighters Part 2: Don't Shoot The Pianist Suppo...