, a Paint by Numbers i can complete! As
for keeping the main colour inside the lines .... well that's another thing. Now, Quentin Tarantino
is world famous for his movies, yanno
, like Kill Bill, Pulp Fiction & Reservoir Dogs
. What i admire about Mr Tarantino the most, is not just the visual side of his expertise but more
so the musical ear he has been endowed with. He seems to have this knack of compiling a CD length full of forgotten one hit wonders of songs, film after film and making music from a forgotten time to be hip & cool all over again. George Baker must be ever so grateful ... don't ya think?
What does Rolling Stone think
about George Baker?
The heist flick that intro'd Quentin Tarantino gets spiffed up for a two-disc, tenth-anniversary DVD with colors that pop like a whore's lip gloss. It's all here: hoods with color-coded names like Mr. Pink and Mr. White; the gabbing about tipping and Madonna's pussy; the tension generated by showing the before and after but not the heist itself; and more of that infamous sequence in which Michael Madsen's Mr. Blonde cuts off a cop's ear to the tune of "Stuck in the Middle With You." Besides deleted scenes, you get interviews with cast, crew and a few critics (including yours truly). The best bit is a look at the films that competed with Dog at Sundance in 1992. Motormouth Tarantino barks like hell that he didn't win (In the Soup did). Down, boy, you did fine
. ~ in short Rolling Stone do not know who George Baker is. Really. ~ [Source: Rolling Stone 2002]
Rolling Stone magazine deemed their '433rd Song of all Time' was "Ramble On" by Led Zeppelin. Led Zeppelin has appeared in The Definitive 1000 @ #577
Rolling Stone Top 500 Songs ranked this song at Number (George Baker Selection?) and the Album ranked at (Sounds like a bakery full of cheeses)
This song has a crowbarred rating of 77.5 out of 108