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Sukesha Styling Gel 16 Oz
Sukesha Styling Gel 16 Oz
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars DITTO MDGRAMMY99's review, plus 1 Star, and more..., July 10, 2013
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Ditto MDGRAMMY99's review because every single point made applies to my experience as well, as if I had written it myself.

My 5-star***** feedback for the seller "HairCare Boutique" applies to the product as well, because they were the ONLY source for the product that popped up via thefind dot com.

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The Doors of the 21st Century - L.A. Woman Live
The Doors of the 21st Century - L.A. Woman Live
DVD ~ The Doors
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars USA Original by Image Entertainment, Now Out Of Print, May 1, 2009
The online auction website "eBay" has lots of Asian & Argentinian knockoffs of this DVD, but not in widescreen with DTS 5.1 Surround Sound. Less frequently someone lists the superior OOP Region 1 original high quality USA product by Image Entertainment - if in doubt, just click the "Ask seller a question" link in the item's auction listing and edit/copy/paste this question in the eBay form: 'Does this have the logo "image / ENTERTAINMENT" at the keep-case bottom spine & back cover, and on the disc?'.

If you are interested in reading my review (by: thedoorsguy created 11/17/08) of the evolution of this DVD with the historical background and litigation aftermath, then edit/copy/paste this link in your browser's address bar before pressing "Enter" or clicking ->/go:

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Carl Orff - Musica Poetica Orff-Schulwerk - Gunild Keetman (6 CD) (BMG)
Carl Orff - Musica Poetica Orff-Schulwerk - Gunild Keetman (6 CD) (BMG)

2 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The Closest You Can Get To A "Badlands" Soundtrack!, February 27, 2008
Click on this link below to see my review of this product.

Schulwerk-Orff

Musica Poetica: Orff/Keetman, "Badlands" Soundtrack?, January 10, 2005

Please note: Although this set has been remastered by BMG on the RCA Victor Red Seal label, it bears mentioning that a comparison of the CDs to the original LPs played on the same sound system will confirm for you audiophiles that the proponents of vinyl are not speaking out of their posterior ports!
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Jim Morrison's an American Prayer
Jim Morrison's an American Prayer
by Jim Morrison
Edition: Paperback

17 of 18 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars "An American Prayer" vs. "American Prayer" Sanitized, March 4, 2005
"AN AMERICAN PRAYER" was published privately by Jim Morrison in the summer of 1970 as a limited edition of 500 red leather-bound, cover gilded with title & author "JIM MORRISON", by Western Lithographers (of Los Angeles) copyright 1970 James Douglas Morrison. Jim had recited this publicly in Spring 1969 at poetry readings with his friend who encouraged publishing his works privately, beat poet Michael McClure. The long-form poem first appeared in print as an untitled poem at the conclusion of Jerry Hopkins' Rolling Stone interview of Morrison in Issue #38 July 26, 1969 - Jim's private edition a year later was almost identical. On his last birthday, Dec 8, 1970, Jim recorded three hours of his poetry with friends Frank & Kathy Lisciandro, Alan Ronay, a swedish girl, and a fifth of Irish whiskey presented to Jim by studio engineer John Haeny as a birthday gift. "An American Prayer" was among the selections Jim read from neatly typed pages he brought to the session. This recording headlined the posthumous 1978 LP album of the same name, credited to "Jim Morrison, Music By The Doors", along with other recordings from that night as well as another recording session in Mar '69. The CD was released by Elektra in 1995 with a few bonus tracks and a front-cover insert booklet that was a reprint in miniature of the 8-page libretto that graced early editions of the LP - the booklet is illustrated with photos and drawings by Jim, and concludes with the complete lyrics of the recorded "An American Prayer" which is more than 90% of Jim's privately published book with all its primal, albeit crude, imagery intact. The typeset and format is identical to the stanzas printed by Jim. If Elektra had the b*lls to publish Jim's words as written and spoken by him, then Zeppelin Publishing Company did not even have the cahonies - therefore only a 4-star rating from this reviewer.

"A B of A Company, Louisiana, Baton Rouge", Zeppelin published two editions Copyright 1984, one titled on the spine and the cover "AMERICAN PRAYER" JIM MORRISON - illustrated against a red background with what appears to be a landing eagle about to perch on a muscled adonis statue posed with its back to the viewer (The same illustration appears on the cover of another Zeppelin publication "Light My Fire"). The other edition has a white cover with only the printing "Jim Morrison's AN AMERICAN PRAYER" and the "Zeppelin...Rouge" inscription at the bottom. Both versions have the same ISBN 0-915628-46-5 identified here on Amazon.com. Interestingly a Publisher's Note inside begins "This is a collector's book", suggesting the optimal state of mind, reading methodology, and reader motivation, then closes with "It is a good book", followed by "COPYRIGHT 1984 The B of A Company as Trustee for the various Copyright interests: Jim Morrison, The Estate of Pamela Coursen (misspelled, should be Courson), Zeppelin Publishing Company, and others. The book has every left page fully illustrated with art and photos (even the closeted Jim Morrison TV picture from the Prayer LP inside gatefold) that often complement the stanza printed on the facing right page. The poetry is pretty much true to Jim's original except for a few harmless word omissions or preposition swaps, but there are a couple glaring edits that can only be interpreted as sanitizing censorship that must have registered on the Richter Scale near Pere Lachaise cemetary in Paris when first published. Below are the 'edits' and the (original):

Cling to 'Darwinian organs' of despair (c*nts & c*cks)

We got our final vision by 'the disease' (clap)

A night of 'Light' (Lust)

...vegetable law

'For those who have not been blesed' has been inserted, blessed misspelled.

Hopefully someday the Courson and Morrison estates will publish or sell the publishing rights of the complete 3-4 hour American Prayer recording session from Jim's last birthday - what a great box set this would be!
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The Night of the Hunter
The Night of the Hunter
DVD ~ Robert Mitchum
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4 of 10 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A Cinematic Masterpiece In A Class Of Its Own - Almost, February 19, 2005
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Perhaps the least prolific writer/director to create a masterpiece in a class of its own - almost - was Charles Laughton, who wrote and directed ONE movie in 1955 called "The Night Of The Hunter" with Robert Mitchum as a demonic preacher, Shelley Winters in a fine role, and Lillian Gish at her best. Charles Laughton was 7 years from the end of his 55-film acting career (that began in 1928) when he made Hunter, a film that had little commercial success upon its release, but has since achieved cult status. When I first caught Hunter as a afternoon movie broadcast, I was mesmerized by its haunting mood, earthy characters, photographic brilliance, and perfectly matched soundtrack music.

Decades later upon first seeing Terrence Malick's Badlands (1973), I remembered a movie from my distant past that evoked the same awe, starred Mitchum, and was directed by Laughton. It was at the IMDb site years later that I was able to ID it as "The Night Of The Hunter". My most memorable similarity noted between the two masterpieces was the cinematography - clever camera angles, sweeping stark landscapes, menacing crime scenes on land and water, and above all the frequent close-ups of animal and plant life, the latter with time-lapse growth montages. Hunter was a remarkable directorial debut for Laughton as was Badlands for Malick, whom I suspect was somewhat influenced by his predecessor.

Ever since I first caught Badlands as a late-night movie broadcast, I have been mesmerized by its haunting mood, earthy characters, photographic brilliance, and perfectly matched soundtrack music - so much so that I am compelled to watch broadcast after broadcast. After buying first the VHS then the remastered DVD, I am still left wanting the ultimate package that would feature not only better widescreen video and richer surround sound, but also a seperate bonus audio soundtrack with all the musical selections, especially those by Carl Orff and Gunild Keetman. Fans of this movie have long lamented the absence of a published soundtrack. For more info on the actual Badlands Orff/Keetman cuts, see my review at Amazon 'Soundtrack for the Terrence Malick 1973 movie "Badlands"?'.

We who hold Badlands in high regard have also bemoaned the two-decade drought of directorial output by Maestro Malick that ended with a poorly edited theatrical release of "The Thin Red Line". "Days Of Heaven" was nearly on par with Badlands, but then did Orson Welles ever have a realistic shot at surpassing Citizen Kane with HIS subsequent efforts?

Interestingly, 43 years passed from the premiere of Hunter until the soundtrack CD was finally released in 1998 with narration throughout by Laughton (published in 1955 on LP, now a collector's item in the $100+ bracket)! I just discovered the existence of this CD today while surfing IMDb, prior to writing this review, in an Amazon link. Perhaps there is hope we may see a Badlands soundtrack release before 2016, maybe with some Sissy Spacek narration and Martin Sheen dialog as seperate tracks.


Badlands
Badlands
DVD ~ Martin Sheen
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10 of 13 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Soundtrack for the Terrence Malick 1973 movie "Badlands"?, February 15, 2005
This review is from: Badlands (DVD)
I'll bet when you saw the comment "Soundtrack remastered in Dolby Digital 5.1" you hoped the DVD contained a bonus seperate audio soundtrack, which the producers could have probably fit on the disk - well, it does not - I would have rated this 5 stars. Unfortunately, there never was a soundtrack album produced for the Terrence Malick 1973 movie "Badlands", which lists at the top of its music credits "Musica Poetica - Carl Orff & Gunild Keetman"; so, the set below is as close as it gets. In addition to "Gassenhauer" (Street Song), the haunting main theme bookending the movie and throughout, at least 5 other "Badlands" pieces can, however, be found on this 1994 BMG release 09026 68031 2 (RCA Victor Red Seal) 6-CD box set version of the original Orff/Keetman recordings done between 1963 & 1975 on 10 LPs. The others I have found so far are: for Dad's dog lesson - "Musik zu einem Puppenspiel" (Music for a puppet play); for Kit's stockyard job - "Xylophonstucke" (Xylophone pieces); for the burning house - "Passion"; and, for the bounty hunters' just deserts - "Hexeneinmaleins" (Witches multiplication table).

vv - Update As of August 8, 2009 - vv
[CORRECTION] Not titled "Hexeneinmaleins" <the preceding song>, but "Die grauen Weiber" (The grey hags) {The latter's middle quiet passage accompanied only by the witches' whispers enhanced in the movie with some frenetic violin music to effectively heighten the action.}; and,
[ADDITION] for the helicopter take-off - "Mariae Geburt" (The Birth of the Virgin Mary).
^^ - Update As of August 8, 2009 - ^^

vv - temp Update As of August 15, 2009 - vv
[ADDITION] See my eB@y auctions ending soon under seller ID thedoorsguy for both the 6-CD set & the 10-LP set w/ Buy-It-Now Bonus mp3s of the 6 "Badlands" pieces!
^^ - temp Update As of August 15, 2009 - ^^

Please see my other reviews of the "True Romance" CD Soundtrack, "Musica Poetica", and "Orff Schulwerk". "True Romance" was written by Quentin Tarantino as his tribute to the Terrence Malick movie "Badlands", and Hans Zimmer's original compositions are a homage to the "Badlands" Musica Poetica gems. If you have not seen it, watch it not only for the great music, but also for the knockout cameo scenes with Dennis Hopper, Christopher Walken, Brad Pitt, Val Kilmer, Gary Oldman, Tom Sizemore, Chris Penn, and James Gandolfini, not to mention the strong leading performances by Christian Slater, Patricia Arquette, Michael Rapaport, and Bronson Pinchot.

Here's the full soundtrack details for Badlands (1973):

"Musica Poetica"*
by Carl Orff and Gunild Keetman

"Trois Morceaux en forme de Poire"
by Erik Satie

Theme "Migration"
by James Taylor

"A BLOSSOM FELL"
Written by H. Barnes, H. Cornelius, D. John
Performed by Nat "King" Cole
Courtesy of Capitol Records

"LOVE IS STRANGE"
Written by M. Baker, B. Smith, S. Robinson
Performed by Mickey and Sylvia

*Some tracks are on "The Best Of Carl Orff", BMG 75605 51357 2, 1999:

..Carmina Burana - highlights - about half the 1 hour long masterpiece.
..Schulwerk (School work) - excerpts (collaboration with Gunild Keetman)
.... Rundadinella
.... Guten Morgen, Spielmann (Gunild Keetman)
.... Der Wind, der weht
.... * Gassenhauer (Gunild Keetman)
.... Wer da bauet an der Strassen
.... Malaguena (Gunild Keetman)
.... C'est le mai
.... Carillon
.... Sommerkanon
.... Lügenmärchen
.... Stücke auf Ostinato (Gunild Keetman)
.... Schlaf, Kindleinm schlaf
.... * Passion
.... Tanzstück (Gunild Keetman)
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Schulwerk
Schulwerk
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Musica Poetica: Orff/Keetman, "Badlands" Soundtrack?, January 10, 2005
This review is from: Schulwerk (Audio CD)
Carl Orff fans will appreciate the story about the "unwanted merriment on the occasion of Orff's 75th birthday on July 10, 1970, "concerning a performance for him in his honor of the most famous song in this collection - the "Badlands" theme "Gassenhauer" ("Streetsong") which can be found on this set (LP 4 side A trk 1). The story is by Susanne Schmerda as translated from the German by Mary Ellen Kitchens in the CD liner notes of the 1995 Celestial Harmonies "ORFF-SCHULWERK Vol. 1 / Musica Poetica" CD release 13104-2:

< In order to serenade Orff on his birthday Munich's best percussionists assembled in the idyllic DieBen Am ammersee, among them Karl Peinkofer: "After an informational rehearsal, ten percussionists set up their instruments in the composer's garden in order to surprise him with a musical offering after his midday rest. We chose Gunild Keetman's Gassenhauer and started at a rapid tempo. Unfortunately, we had not anticipated the light Ammersee breeze which soon blew our music off the stands and forced us to stop playing. A later attempt also ended in general amusement and Orff said benevolently, 'Oh, you'll learn it someday.'" What had thus been thwarted by the wind - in addition to an unlucky person who played from the wrong staff during the whole piece - had been performed successfully from memory by children that very morning, a fact which Gunild Keetman, who was also on hand, couldn't leave unmentioned. >

Truly, "Musik Fur Kinder"! Unfortunately, there never was a soundtrack album produced for the Terrence Malick 1973 movie "Badlands", which lists at the top of its music credits "Musica Poetica - Carl Orff & Gunild Keetman"; so, this set is as close as it gets. In addition to "Gassenhauer", the haunting main theme bookending the movie, throughout, and at the end (to keep you watching the closing credits), at least 5 other "Badlands" pieces can, however, be found on this 1994 BMG release (RCA Victor Red Seal) 6-CD box set version of the original Orff/Keetman recordings done between 1963 & 1975 on 10 LPs. The others I have found so far are: for Dad's dog lesson - "Musik zu einem Puppenspiel" (Music for a puppet play) (LP 4 side B trk 10); for Kit's stockyard job - "Xylophonstucke" (Xylophone pieces) (LP 5 side A trk 3); for the burning house - "Passion" (LP 6 side B trk 8); and, for the bounty hunters' just deserts - "Hexeneinmaleins" (Witches multiplication table) (LP 10 side B trk 10).

vv - Update As of August 8, 2009 - vv
[CORRECTION] Not titled "Hexeneinmaleins" <the preceding song>, but "Die grauen Weiber" (The grey hags) (LP 10 side B trk 8) {The latter's middle quiet passage accompanied only by the witches' whispers enhanced in the movie with some frenetic violin music to effectively heighten the action.}; and,
[ADDITION] for the helicopter take-off - "Mariae Geburt" (The Birth of the Virgin Mary) (LP 7 side A trk 4).
^^ - Update As of August 8, 2009 - ^^

vv - temp Update As of August 15, 2009 - vv
[ADDITION] See my eB@y auctions ending soon under seller ID thedoorsguy for both the 6-CD set & the 10-LP set w/ Buy-It-Now Bonus mp3s of the 6 "Badlands" pieces!
^^ - temp Update As of August 15, 2009 - ^^

Some reviewers of the "True Romance" movie soundtrack CD have asserted the composer Hans Zimmer committed "a Carl Orff rip off" of the "Badlands" theme. Now for the truth: The main theme "Gassenhauer" was composed by Orff's associate Gunild Keetman BASED ON A 1536 WORK FOR LUTE BY HANS NEUSIEDLER! Keetman also did two of the other 5 Musica Poetica pieces mentioned above, Orff the other 3. Orff's stated goal for the Schulwerk: "Improvisations which encourage further improvisation". This is precisely what Hans Zimmer did when he PRODUCED (no writing credits on soundtrack CD) 3 pieces loosely based on "Gassenhauer" for the 1993 Tony Scott film "True Romance", actually written by Quentin Tarantino as his tribute to the movie "Badlands": "You're So Cool", "Stars At Dawn", & "Amid The Chaos Of The Day". These are a fine & fitting tribute to Malick, Keetman/Orff, and, yes, especially Nuesiedler - Zimmer did NOT "rip off Orff", he celebrated his music. Is not imitation the sincereist form of flattery? Do yourself a favor by checking out the fine Zimmer pieces.
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True Romance: Motion Picture Soundtrack
True Romance: Motion Picture Soundtrack
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69 of 73 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars True Musica: Zimmer v. Orff, "True Romance" v. "Badlands", December 10, 2004
One of my favorite CDs from one of my favorite movies! The only improvement would be the inclusion of the 8 missing songs seen in the movie song credits, especially the Big Bopper's "Chantilly Lace" (Hell-o-o-o, Baby!) and Burl Ive's "Little Bitty Tear". At least this CD is so much more complete with the inclusion of the Hans Zimmer homage to the 1973 movie "Badlands" main theme music "Gassenhauer" Street Song from Carl Orff and Gunild Keetman's "Musica Poetica - Orff-Schulwerk". Zimmer did NOT "rip off Orff" as some reviewers assert.

Now for the truth: The main theme "Gassenhauer" was composed by Orff's associate Gunild Keetman BASED ON A 1536 WORK FOR LUTE BY HANS NEUSIEDLER! Orff's stated goal for the Schulwerk: "Improvisations which encourage further improvisation". This is precisely what Hans Zimmer did when he PRODUCED (no writing credits on soundtrack CD) 3 pieces loosely based on "Gassenhauer" for the film "True Romance", written by Quentin Tarantino as his tribute to the Terrence Malick movie "Badlands": "You're So Cool", "Stars At Dawn", & "Amid The Chaos Of The Day". These are a fine & fitting tribute to Malick, Keetman/Orff, and, yes, especially Nuesiedler - Zimmer did NOT "rip off Orff". Is not imitation the sincereist form of flattery? Just as Patricia Arquette's Alabama narration evokes comparison to Sissy Spacek's Holly ongoing commentary, the two recurring musical themes are marked by their differences as well as their similarities: Gassenhauer is menacingly prophetic and languid as it traces Kit & Holly's diverging paths to doom & gloom, while "You're So Cool" is promisingly upbeat as it steers Clarence & 'Bama to follow the sun to their ultimate destiny with Elvis. Thank our lucky "Stars At Dawn" that Tony Scott didn't choose the alternate ending that surely would have bombed "Amid The Chaos Of The Day".

Note for "Badlands" music fans: Unfortunately, there never was a soundtrack album produced for "Badlands". The five (5!) "Badlands" songs from Musica Poetica can, however, be found on the 1994 BMG release (RCA Victor Red Seal) 6-CD box set version of the original Orff/Keetman recordings done between 1963 & 1975 on 10 LPs. There are at least 4 other "Badlands" pieces!

vv - Update As of August 9, 2009 - vv
The six (6!) "Badlands" songs from Musica Poetica can be found on the 6-CD box set (09026 68031 2) and the 10 LPs. There are at least 5 other "Badlands" pieces!
^^ - Update As of August 9, 2009 - ^^

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Orff-Schulwerk Volume 1: Musica Poetica
Orff-Schulwerk Volume 1: Musica Poetica
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39 of 44 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars True Musica: Orff v. Zimmer, "Badlands" v. "True Romance", December 10, 2004
Carl Orff fans must read the jewel in this CD's booklet found at the bottom of the 6th page from the back in "THE RECORDING" section. It relates the "unwanted merriment on the occasion of Orff's 75th birthday" concerning a performance of the first (and most famous) song in this collection. This recording is great and commences with a rich (though slower) rendition of the "Badlands" theme "Gassenhauer" ("Streetsong") on track 1. Unfortunately, there never was a soundtrack album produced for "Badlands". I can not find any of the other "Badlands" songs from Musica Poetica on this CD and none are on the companion CD "O-S Vol. 2 / Musik fur kinder". "The Best Of Carl Orff", BMG 75605 51357 2, 1999 has the original "Gassenhauer" plus one of the other "Badlands" songs from Musica Poetica - Passion (house fire music). All Badlands Orff/Keetman songs can, however, be found on the 1994 BMG release (RCA Victor Red Seal) 6-CD box set version of the original Orff/Keetman recordings done between 1963 & 1975 on 10 LPs. There are at least 4 other "Badlands" pieces!

vv - Update As of August 9, 2009 - vv
There are at least 5 other "Badlands" pieces (09026 68031 2)! Keetman did two of the other 5 mentioned above, Orff the other 3.
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^^ - temp Update As of August 15, 2009 - ^^

Now for the truth: The main theme "Gassenhauer" was composed by Orff's associate Gunild Keetman BASED ON A 1536 WORK FOR LUTE BY HANS NEUSIEDLER! Orff's stated goal for the Schulwerk: "Improvisations which encourage further improvisation". This is precisely what Hans Zimmer did when he PRODUCED (no writing credits on soundtrack CD) 3 pieces loosely based on "Gassenhauer" for the film "True Romance", written by Quentin Tarantino as his tribute to the movie "Badlands": "You're So Cool", "Stars At Dawn", & "Amid The Chaos Of The Day". These are a fine & fitting tribute to Malick, Keetman/Orff, and, yes, especially Nuesiedler - Zimmer did NOT "rip off Orff". Is not imitation the sincereist form of flattery?


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