- Film & TV
- 28 Mar 20
If you're looking for serious clickbait, you've come to the right place!
While the song itself has seriously divided online opinion - we're firmly in the "Fuck, yeah!" camp - we think you'll enjoy the Spotify Playlist Of The Songs Referenced In Bob Dylan's 'Murder Most Foul' that has been painstakingly compiled by American NPR's Bob Boilen and Ann Powers.
From The Beatles' 'I Want To Hold Your Hand' to Hoagy Carmichael's 'Memphis In June', they've rounded them all up. Or have they? If you've spotted a reference they haven't they want to hear from you.
Tim Burgess is spreading word that his old mucker Bonehead is hosting a (What's The Story) Morning Glory listening party next Saturday at 10pm on Twitter.
— Tim Burgess (@Tim_Burgess) March 28, 2020
Meanwhile, Liam Gallagher is demanding an Oasis reunion "after this is all over" with the gazillions it would generate going to the NHS. Over to you, Noel...
Rite sick of pleading begging etc no more olive branches I DEMAND an oasis reunion after this is all over all money going to NHS c’mon you know As we were LG x
— Liam Gallagher (@liamgallagher) March 24, 2020
We will be listening with rapt attention tomorrow as that national treasure, Lyric FM, treats us to Stranger Than We Thought, a doc about some of Ireland's lesser-known avant garde artists.
— Eoin O Kelly (@LyricFeature) March 28, 2020
Our hearts are well and truly warmed by this report of a young Finglas girl using her pocket money to buy the local #InsideTheK Gardaí some 'thank you' sweets.
Gardaí in Finglas received a package today from a young girl living in the district. She bought the Gardaí working on the frontline some treats using her confirmation money. Thank you Ciara#InsideTheK full of genuine people. Thank you all for your support. We are here to help. pic.twitter.com/Se8uzcnbmr
— Garda Info (@gardainfo) March 28, 2020
Proving that he's a top man as well as a wonderful, wonderful songwriter, The Late David Turpin has gifted us a free instrumental version of his Romances album, which is proving to be a real stress-buster in the virtual HP Towers.
Sometimes I find instrumentals relaxing to listen to. So today I released the Instrumentals from ROMANCES, via Bandcamp, for anyone who feels the same way.
The collection is free to download. I'm proud of this music and I hope it brings some pleasure.https://t.co/Sat5OAdOQS pic.twitter.com/U2LciEFlNo
— David Turpin (@latedavidturpin) March 27, 2020
Kudos too to the Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra who had 19 musicians in different digital places performing Beethoven's Ode To Joy, which more than lived up to the billing.
The Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra virtually stages Beethoven's 'Ode to Joy' with 19 musicians playing their individual parts from their homes pic.twitter.com/tE0FhJHmqP
— Reuters (@Reuters) March 28, 2020
Elton John, who is well-known for his gifting of vinyl to friends, has urged people to support Rough Trade, Red Eye and other fine independent record shops during these troubled times.
I know these are tough times but please try and support independent record stores. A lot of them can deliver right to your home.
Places like @RoughTrade and @redeyerecords are so important to us music fans, please keep supporting them if you can. #LoveRecordStores ❤️
Elton xo pic.twitter.com/HFgG6j1vcf
— Elton John (@eltonofficial) March 26, 2020
The Dwight boy is also hosting the iHeart Living Room Concert For America, which Fox is broadcasting Stateside tomorrow. The line-up really couldn't be any more star-studded...
Elton will be honouring the medical professionals working tirelessly to help treat patients of COVID-19 by hosting a one-of-a-kind #IHeartConcertOnFox event.
Watch the @iHeartRadio Living Room Concert For America on @FOXTV, Sunday 3/29 at 9pm ET / 6pm PT. pic.twitter.com/7NQqdvJaWI
— Elton John (@eltonofficial) March 27, 2020
If you're running out of lockdown reading material, step this way...
This week the Internet Archive opened the National Emergency Library—a digital collection of 1.4 million books that anyone, anywhere in the world, can check out for free. https://t.co/I1zZJlolm1
— The New Yorker (@NewYorker) March 26, 2020
Senator Fintan Warfield suggests some excellent ways to virtually swap bodily fluids during the current lockdown. We're currently half-way through number four and thoroughly enjoying ourselves...
Social distancing applies to hook ups and sex. So explore other ways to satisfy your needs. Phone sex, cam-sex, reading erotica, watching porn or just plain old masturbation. #MPOWER have some important things to say here: https://t.co/ns83sgCcyl @Adlers1
— Fintan Warfield (@fintanwarfield) March 27, 2020
It's Happy Fifth Opening As A Music Venue Birthday to Mike The Pies who've been asking some pertinent questions of their patrons, and getting lots of enthusiastic responses. Hopefully see you again soon, chaps!
I have only had the pleasure once, I cannot WAIT to get back down to ye again. @ThanksBrother_ was my first gig with ye and Seamus Harty as support was amazing! I hope to see ye for @MoncrieffMusic if I can magically land a ticket, and also for @fangclub
— Sarah O Donoghue (@SorchaNiD) March 28, 2020
Finally for today, Conor J. O'Brien is taking requests for a little online something Villagers have planned for next week. We'd love to hear him do The Lightning Seeds' 'Pure'.
Gonna record a lil thing for next week. Name a song you’d like to hear me do a cover of in me gaff x
— Villagers (@wearevillagers) March 28, 2020