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Music Review: The Standells - 'Bump' - seattlepi.com
For most of us old-timers, The Standells were a garage rock, proto-punk band best known for their 1966 one-hit wonder, "Dirty Water." Ironically, while the song has many references to Boston in the lyrics and has become an official victory anthem for Boston sports teams, most notably the Red Sox, none of the LA-based Standells had ever been in Boston before they recorded the song. Formed in 1962, it was lead vocalist and keyboard player Larry Tamblyn who coined the band name, inspired by standing in booking agent offices looking for work. For everyone else, "Mr. One Percent" is an anthem for people who wish those at the top of the economical food chain would spread a little of the wealth around. Rather, it really is a time-capsule of what garage rock was all about in 1966, very recognizable as being new tunes recorded to sound like they were being jammed out before the summer of love kicked in.
Five captivating roles starring Michelle Pfeiffer | DailyComet.com
Three decades and three Oscar nominations after her breakthrough in that slinky green dress in “Scarface,” Michelle Pfeiffer, 55, remains an ethereal beauty and electric presence on the big screen.