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Pulp Fiction is one of the most successful movies directed by the American film director and producer Quentin Tarantino. It was released in 1994 and nominated for seven Oscars, including the best picture. It won the Oscar for the best original screen play. Pulp Fiction also received the coveted Palme d’Or at the prestigious Cannes Film Festival that year.
Pulp Fiction was a huge commercial and critical success to Tarantino and his amazing all star cast, featuring John Travolta (Oscar nomination for his role as Vincent Vega), Samuel L. Jackson, Uma Thurman, Bruce Willis, Harvey Keitel and Christopher Walken.
Sympathy for the Devil was recorded in 1968 and first appeared as the opening track on Rolling Stones’ ninth album, Beggars Banquet.
The song was written by Mick Jagger and it was originally titled ‘The Devil Is My Name’. The Master and Margarita, a novel by a Russian novelist Mikhail Bulgakov inspired Jagger’s lyrics.
The Rolling Stone magazine placed Sympathy For The Devil at no. 32 on their 500 Greatest Songs of All Time -list.
Red Dog was nominated in nine categories at the 2011 Inside Film Awards. The movie won seven of them, including The Best Feature Film.
There is a statue in his memory in Dampier, which is one of the towns he used to live in.
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Hot Rats, released in 1969 is the second solo album by an american guitarist and composer Frank Zappa. The album was dedicated to Zappa’s new-born son Dweezil and it featured only six songs from which five were instrumental.
Hot Rats was the first Frank Zappa album recorded on 16-track equipment and one of the first rock/jazz albums ever to use that technology.
The album cover photo was shot by Andee Cohen Nathanson utilizing a psychedelic infrared photography technique. The cover featured Miss Christine Frka freakishly peeking out of an empty lily pond at the infamous Errol Flynn Estate in Hollywood Hills.
Christine Frka was originally hired as a nanny for Frank Zappa’s children Dweezil and Moon Unit (yes, those are their real names) but she was also a member of the notorious Sunset Strip groupie group GTO with Pamela Des Barres.
Miss Christine died of a heroin overdose in 1972 shortly after she had spent close to a year in a full body cast to correct her crooked spine. She was 23 years of age.
Hot Rats reached position 173 on Billboard in the pop albums category.
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This book is great for anybody who is a Rolling Stones fan as well as enjoys reading interesting autobiographies. Highly recommended!
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