Artist: Jerry Fielding Title: The Gauntlet Year: 1978 Label: Warner Brothers Cover Artist: Frank Frazetta
Artist: Burt Bacharach Title: What’s New Pussycat? Year: 1965 Label: United Artists Cover Artist: Frank Frazetta
Artist: Philip Lang Title: The Night They Raided Minsky’s Year: 1968 Label: United Artists Cover Artist: Frank Frazetta
Artist: Earle Doud and Alen Robin Title: Welcome to the LBJ Ranch Year: 1965 Label: Capitol Cover Artist: Frank Frazetta
Artist: Herman’s Hermits Title: Both Sides of Herman’s Hermits Year: 1966 Label: MGM Cover Artist: Frank Frazetta
It hardly seems possible to me that we’re nearly two decades into the 21st century, maybe because so little has changed.
Quick, connect The Night They Raided Minsky’s to Molly Hatchet. I’ll give you a hint: The answer in no way involves Kevin Bacon.
Facebook sent me to time out last week. What threw me into the no-no corner was
November 22, 1963, evening, and Lenny Bruce is on stage at a New York City night club. He stands silently for a moment, and then he says:
Have you guessed why we’re looking at the sleeve of The Bears’ 1987 single, “Trust”?